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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
Friday, November 9
4:30
PM
–6:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session E (59-67)
SESSION 63 – Transcriptional Regulation, Variation and
Complexity
Gateway Ballroom 104, Lower Level South, Moscone
Center
Moderators
:
Barbara Stranger, Brigham and Women’s
Hosp., Harvard Med. Sch; Ross Hardison, Penn State
367
/4:30
The complete GENCODE human
annotation: New insights into the functionality of
transcriptional complexity.
J. M. Mudge, A. Frankish,
GENCODE Consortium, T. Hubbard, J. L. Harrow.
368
/4:45
Genetic analyses in the Genotype-Tissue
Expression (GTEx) project.
K. Ardlie, N. Cox, D.
DeLuca, E. Dermitzakis, B. Foster, G. Getz, R. Guigo,
S. Jewell, D. Koller, J. Liu, J. Londsdale, D. Mash,
M. McCarthy, M. Moser, D. L. Nicolae, A. Nobel, J.
Pritchard, I. Rusyn, J. Thomas, W. Winckler, F. Wright,
J. Zhu, GTEx Consortium.
369
/5:00
Characterizing the genetic basis of
transcriptome diversity in a large RNA sequencing
study.
A. Battle, S. Mostafavi, X. Zhu,
S. B. Montgomery, J. B. Potash, M. M. Weissman,
C. Haudenschild, C. McCormick, R. Mei, A. E. Urban,
D. F. Levinson, D. Koller.
370
/5:15
Genetic and molecular basis of RNA-DNA
sequence differences in humans.
V. G. Cheung,
A. Bruzel, L. McDaniel, A. L. Richards, J. M. Toung,
I. X. Wang.
371
/5:30
Characterizing gene expression variation
across seven diverse human populations.
A. R. Martin, H. A. Costa, J. M. Kidd, B. M. Henn,
M. C. Yee, F. Grubert, S. B. Montgomery, H. M. Cann,
M. P. Snyder, C. D. Bustamante.
372
/5:45
Comparative eQTL analyses within and
between seven tissue types suggest mechanisms
underlying cell type specificity of eQTLs.
B. Engelhardt, C. Brown.
373
/6:00
Identification of novel genetic
determinants of induced innate immune responses
and context specific eQTL in human primary
monocytes.
B. P. Fairfax, S. Makino, J. C. Knight.
374
/6:15
Gene-level and exon-level expression QTL
signals in the UK Brain Expression Consortium
dataset.
M. E. Weale, A. Ramasamy, D. Trabzuni,
R. Walker, C. Smith, M. Ryten, J. Hardy, UK Brain
Expression Consortium.
375
/6:30
First complete haplotype of the human
immunoglobulin heavy chain locus from a single
individual and characterization of novel allelic and
structural variation.
K. Meltz Steinberg,
C. T. Watson, J. Huddleston, P. H. Sudmant,
R. L. Warren, M. Malig, J. Schein, A. J. Willsey,
J. B. Joy, J. K. Scott, T. Graves, R. K. Wilson,
R. A. Holt, F. Breden, E. E. Eichler.
Friday, November 9
4:30
PM
–6:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session E (59-67)
SESSION 64 – Epigenetics
Room 124, Lower Level North, Moscone Center
Moderators
:
Bernd Wollnik, Univ of Cologne, Germany;
Beth A. Sullivan, Duke Univ.
376
/4:30
The epitranscriptome reveals novel
mechanisms of RNA regulation and spatiotemporal
dynamics.
C. E. Mason, K. Meyer, Y. Saletore, P.
Zumbo, O. Elemento, S. Jaffrey.
377
/4:45
Epigenome-wide profiling of circulating
DNA in colorectal cancer.
R. Cortese, Y. Li, A. Kwan,
B. Zanke, Z. Zhang, A. Petronis.
378
/5:00
Alterations in genomically imprinted
miRNA and snoRNA clusters in a mouse model of
fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
B. I. Laufer,
K. Mantha, M. L. Kleiber, E. J. Diehl, S. M. F. Addison,
S. M. Singh.
379
/5:15
KDM6A
escapes X-inactivation and
controls expression of reproduction-related
homeobox genes in female ES cells and ovary:
Deficiency may explain embryonic and ovarian
failure in Turner.
C. M. Disteche, J. B. Berletch,
X. Deng, D. Nguyen.
380
/5:30
Genome-wide scan of DNA methylation
in the aging brain and its relation to Alzheimer’s
disease.
P. L. De Jager, G. Srivastava, M. L. Eaton, L.
E. Chibnik, B. Keenan, N. Taner, A. Myers,
B. Bernstein, A. Meissner, M. Kellis, D. A. Bennett.
381
/5:45
RNA-mediated transcriptional silencing in
Friedreich ataxia.
Y. K. Chutake, A. M. Castro,
S. I. Bidichandani.
382
/6:00
P53 regulates 5-hydroxymethylcytosine-
mediated epigenetic landscape through
GADD45A
.
Y. Li, Y. Zhu, K. Szulwach, L. Lin, C. Street, H. Wu,
D. Chen, P. Jin.
383
/6:15
Maps of open chromatin highlight cell
type-specific patterns of regulatory sequence
variation at hematological trait loci.
C. A. Albers,
D. S. Paul, A. Rendon, K. Voss, J. Stephens, P. van der
Harst, J. C. Chambers, N. Soranzo, W. H. Ouwehand,
P. Deloukas, HaemGen Consortium.
384
/6:30
Functional epialleles at an endogenous
human centromere.
B. A. Sullivan, K. A. Maloney,
L. L. Sullivan, E. D. Strome, J. Matheny.