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POSTER SESSIONS
W=Wednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will present
in a mouse model of CDH.
S. C. Schecter, J. Wu, D. Miniati.
817
F The role of FMRP during early steps of
neurodevelopment.
B. Bardoni, L. Davidovic, B. Mari, O.
Khalfallah.
818
F
rbm24a
and
rbm24b
Are required for normal
somitogenesis and craniofacial development and are
essential for Notch signaling.
S. Maragh, R. A. Miller, S.
L. Bessling, W. Huang, M. J. Parsons, A. S. McCallion.
819
F Kabuki syndrome: Functional analysis of
MLL2
and
KDM6A
in vertebrate development.
P. Van
Laarhoven, L. Neitzel, E. A. Geiger, E. H. Zackai, K. B.
Artinger, J. E. Ming, T. H. Shaikh.
820
F
Fibulin-4b
is required for cardiovascular and
musculoskeletal development as an antagonist of
transforming growth factor-beta.
Z. Urban, S. M. Khatri,
A. B. Maxfield.
821
F Three-dimensional study of Ror2-/- and
Wnta5-/- mice craniofacial phenotype using two
imaging techniques.
S. Beiraghi, V. Leon-Salazar, J.
Zhang, D. Idiyatullin, M. Garwood, A. S. L. Fok, M. Maga,
Y. Yang.
822
F Retinal disease gene identification and
generation of photoreceptor gene regulatory networks
by ChIP-seq analysis of multiple transcription factors.
H. Hao, M. Brooks, M. Seifert, A. Swaroop.
823
F Genome-wide ChIP-seq analysis to identify
mouse Foxl2 binding sites in vivo.
M. Marongiu, A.
Sbardellati, L. Marcia, A. Meloni, R. Cusano, A. Angius, G.
Fotia, F. Cucca, L. Crisponi.
824
F Cc2d2a is required for cilia biogenesis.
S. Veleri,
T. J. Foskett, S. H. Manjunath, A. Longo, M. A. English, P.
Liu, J. Lei, C. Gao, R. N. Fariss, R. Sood, R. A. Rachel, P.
Liu, L. Dong, A. Swaroop.
825
F
Prdm16
is required during mouse craniofacial
development.
B. C. Bjork, F. Schnutgen, L. Furlan, B.
Nelson, D. R. Beier.
826
F Examination of lungs and kidneys in a mouse
model of osteogenesis imperfecta.
E. Carter, S. Doty, N.
Pleshko, C. Raggio.
827
F Pathway analysis by quantitative profiling of gene
expression patterns in developing mouse retina.
M.
J. Brooks, I. Nasonkin, S. Perez, S. Veleri, J. Roger, M.
Seifert, A. Swaroop.
828
F Essential roles of FGF ligands in endochondral
and intramembranous bone development.
I. H. Hung, D.
M. Ornitz, G. C. Schoenwolf, M. Lewandoski.
829
F Taking a different pathway: Notchless plays with
p53 and Wnt during embryogenesis.
A. C. Lossie, C.-L.
Lo, J. B. Sherrill.
830
F Developmental defects in the retina of Pias3
Development
805
F Genome-wide identification of human cardiac
developmental genes located within regions
associated with congenital heart disease.
K. D. Ajbro,
T. A. Andersen, M. Bak, J. A. Rosenfeld, K. Møllgård, S. C.
Eliasson, R. R. Jakobsen, E. Bendsen, N. Tommerup, L. G.
Schaffer, K. Lage, l. A. Larsen.
806
F Voltage-gated sodium channels are required for
proliferation of embryonic myocardium in zebrafish.
J. Bennett, D. Stroud, J. Becker, D. Roden.
807
F Modeling early heart development in Down
syndrome using sibling hESC lines.
A. Bosman, A.
Letourneau, M. Zuchelli, V. Tohonen, O. Hovatta, S. E.
Antonarakis, M. E. Jaconi.
808
F
Ofd1
controls dorso-ventral patterning and
axoneme elongation during embryonic brain
development.
A. de Angelis, A. D’Angelo, B. Avallone, I.
Piscopo, R. Tammaro, M. Studer, B. Franco.
809
F Exome sequencing identifies a single mutation
in the
CCDC114
gene as the cause for primary ciliary
dyskinesia in the Volendam population.
A. Onoufriadis,
T. Paff, D. Anthony, A. Shoemark, D. Micha, B. Kuit, M.
Schmidts, S. Petridi, R. Wilson, C. Hogg, R. Emes, UK10K,
E. M. K. Chung, G. Pals, H. M. Mitchison.
810
F
ALDH1A3
loss of function causes bilateral
anophthalmia and hypoplasia of the optic nerve and
optic chiasm.
M. Yahyavi, A. S. De Preux Charles, T. Xiao,
T. Bardakjian, A. Schneider, H. Baier, A. Slavotinek.
811
F Differential expression of lung function genes by in
utero smoke exposure during human lung development.
S. Sharma, A. Kho, K. Haley, C. Vyhlidal, R. Gaedigk, L.
Kobzik, J. S. Leeder, K. G. Tantisira, S. T. Weiss.
812
F The
C7orf58
locus is strongly associated with
both bone mineral content and density at the pediatric
distal radius.
B. S. Zemel, M. Li, S. Deliard, C. E. Kim,
L. Qu, R. M. Chiavacci, J. M. Lappe, H. J. Kalkwarf, V.
Gilsanz, H. Hakonarson, S. E. Oberfield, J. A. Shepherd,
S. F. A. Grant.
813
F A novel
GNAI3
gain-of-function mutation
associated with auriculo-condylar syndrome in a
Brazilian family.
V. L. R. Tavares, T. T. Torres, H. Buermans,
C. Masotti, D. F. Bueno, J. A. Horst, R. M. Zechi-Ceide, M.
L. Cunningham, M. L. Guion-Almeida, M. R. Passos-Bueno.
814
F Non-syndromic cleft lip/palate: A disease driven
by deficiency in genomic repair?
G. S. Kobayashi, L. A.
Cruz, D. Y. Sunaga, D. F. Bueno, P. Francis-West, A. Kutta,
B. V. P. Almada, S. G. Ferreira, M. Aguena, L. C. Andrade-
Lima, C. F. Menck, M. R. Passos-Bueno.
815
F Genetic characterization of osteopenia and bone
overgrowth in Marfan syndrome mice.
S. Smaldone, J.
R. Cook, M. Del Solar, F. Ramirez.
816
F Evaluating the genetic disruption of lung hypoplasia