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C. Schacherer, J. Gardner, M. Ross, J. Gershenwald, J.
Reveille, L. Wang, Q. Wei, C. Amos, J. Lee.
1292
W
TGFBR1
variant associated with constitutively
decreased TGF-
b
signaling and risk for colorectal
cancer.
M. J. Pennison, N. Bellam, J. Zimmerman, Q.
Zeng, M. Wang, M. Sadim, V. Kaklamani, N. Yi, K. Zhang,
J. Baron, D. O. Stram, B. Pasche, CCFR Investigators,
Colon Cancer Family Registry, National Cancer Institute.
1293
T Limited survival of MEN1 patients with
mutations in the JunD interacting domain and
first elements for intrafamilial correlation in MEN1
syndrome: A study from the GTE cohort.
J. Thevenon,
A. Bourredjem, L. Faivre, A. Costa, E. Gautier, C.
Bonithon-Kopp, A. Calender, C. Binquet, P. Goudet,
Members of Groupe d’…tude des Tumeurs Endocrines.
1294
F Association of vitamin D receptor gene
polymorphism and vitamin D status in knee
osteoarthritis.
D. Sanghi, R. Srivastava, S. Raj.
1295
W Association between neural genes
DRD2,
AVPR1a
,
and
ASPM
and endophenotypes of speech
sound disorder.
C. M. Stein, F. Qiu, B. Truitt, R.
Raghavendra, P. Joseph, A. A. Avrich, R. P. Igo, Jr., J. Tag,
L. Freebairn, H. G. Taylor, B. A. Lewis, S. K. Iyengar.
1296
T Parent-of-origin effects and gender differences
influence age-at-onset variation in FAP ATTRV30M
kindreds.
C. Lemos, T. Coelho, A. Martins-da-Silva, J.
Sequeiros, A. Sousa.
1297
F Genome-wide analysis of germline copy number
aberrations and association with breast cancer
susceptibility.
Y. Sapkota, B. S. Sehrawat, S. Ghosh, P. J.
Robson, C. E. Cass, J. R. Mackey, S. Damaraju.
1298
W Whole-genome detection of disease-associated
deletions or homozygosity in a case-control study of
rheumatoid arthritis.
C. C. Wu, S. Shete, E. J. Jo, Y. E.
Lu, Y. Xu, W. V. Chen, C. I. Amos.
1299
T T1D risk score modeling using dense genotypes
in autoimmune associated genomic regions in 6,670
cases and 9,416 controls and validation in 2,601
affected sibpair families and 69 trio families.
W.-M.
Chen, S. Onengut-Gumuscu, P. Concannon, S. S. Rich,
T1DGC.
1300
F Variants in/near
DNER
are reproducibly
associated with type 2 diabetes in Pima Indians.
Y. L.
Muller, M. AbdusSamad, R. Hanson, W. C. Knowler, C.
Bogardus, L. Baier.
1301
W Two multiple sclerosis risk variants from a
large genome-wide association study are associated
with disease progression in a population-based case
cohort.
H. Quach, M. F. George, F. B. S. Briggs, P. P.
Ramsay, B. Acuna, L. Shen, E. Mowry, A. Bernstein, C.
Schaefer, L. F. Barcellos.
1302
T Unraveling phenotype heterogeneity in prostate
cancer susceptibility in Finland utilizing covariate-
based analysis.
C. D. Cropp, C. L. Simpson, T. Wahlfors,
aging in type 2 diabetes.
J. Kent, M. Almeida, J. Peralta,
H. H. H. Göring, J. Curran, M. Johnson, T. Dyer, S.
Cole, J. Jowett, A. Comuzzie, M. Mahaney, L. Almasy,
J. MacCluer, E. Moses, R. Duggirala, J. Blangero, S.
Williams-Blangero.
1281
T Integrating metabolomic information in genome-
wide association studies.
R. Rueedi, M. Ledda, T. Corre,
R. Salek, V. Mooser, P. Vollenweider, G. Waeber, U. K.
Genick, Z. Kutalik, S. Bergmann.
1282
F Application of principal components analysis
to the investigation of expression profile data.
H. H. H.
Göring, A. R. Sanders, E. I. Drigalenko, W. Moy, J. Duan,
J. E. Curran, M. P. Johnson, E. K. Moses, J. Blangero, P.
V. Gejman.
1283
W Prioritization of SNPs identified in microRNAs
and their targeted genes by integrated analysis of high
throughput datasets.
X. Chen, H. Zhao.
1284
T
Cis
-
and
trans
-
eQTL analysis in 5,311 unrelated
peripheral blood samples identifies novel disease
pathways and helps to pinpoint causal variants.
H. Westra, T. Esko, M. J. Peters, C. Schurmann, H.
Yaghootkar, J. Kettunen, M. W. Christiansen, R. S. N.
Fehrmann, G. J. te Meerman, A. Hofman, F. Rivadeneira,
E. Reinmaa, R. C. Jansen, J. Brody, S. A. Gharib, A.
Suchy-Dicey, D. Enquobahrie, A. G. Uitterlinden, C.
Wijmenga, B. M. Psaty, S. Ripatti, T. Frayling, A. Teumer, A.
Metsepalu, J. B. J. van Meurs, L. Franke.
1285
F Ridge regression for genetic data: A semi-
automatic method to guide the choice of ridge
parameter.
E. Cule, M. De Iorio.
1286
W Defining the functional significance of genes
using natural human knockouts.
J. D. Hoffman, K. O.
Polzin, A. E. Fish, P. Mayo, N. Schnetz-Boutaud, J. L.
Haines.
1287
T Intronic single nucleotide polymorphism
of
CALM-1
gene is significantly associated with
osteoarthritis knee.
S. Raj, R. Srivastava, D. Sanghi, S.
Awasthi, A. Mishra.
1288
F Genetic risk factor in development and
progression of osteoarthritis knee.
R. N. Srivastava, A.
Mishra, S. Raj, D. Sanghi.
1289
W Functional variant within vitamin D metabolism
gene
ACADSB
is associated with a more severe
disease in multiple sclerosis.
M. F. George, F. B. S.
Briggs, P. P. Ramsay, H. Quach, A. Bernstein, B. Acuna, L.
Shen, E. Mowry, C. Schaefer, L. F. Barcellos.
1290
T Homozygous c.14576G
.
A variant of
RNF213
predicts early-onset and severe form of Moyamoya
disease.
S. Miyatake, N. Miyake, H. Touho, H. Doi, H.
Saitsu, K. Shimojima, T. Yamamoto, N. Okamoto, N.
Kawahara, Y. Kuroiwa, M. Taguri, S. Morita, Y. Matsubara,
S. Kure, N. Matsumoto.
1291
F C-reactive protein as a prognostic marker in
melanoma progression.
S. Fang, Y. Wang, D. Sui, H. Liu,