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POSTER SESSIONS
W=Wednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will present
S. Li, J. A. Luan.
1366
F A novel spatial mapping method identifies
shared genetic effects across immune-mediated
diseases.
C. Cotsapas, J. Kasvin-Felton.
1367
W Adjust local ancestry to detect rare variants in
next-generation sequencing data.
X. Wang, X. Zhao.
1368
T Detecting association for low-frequency variants
in case-control studies.
C. Xing, C. Y. Lin.
1369
F The empirical assessment of statistical power of
rare variant association methods.
K. Hao, H. Chen, H.
Zhou, Z. Kan, H. Zheng, X. Liu, S. Li, T. Barber, Z. Gong,
H. Gao, M. Willard, J. Xu, R. Hauptschein, P. Rejto, G.
Wang, Q. Zhang, R. Cheng, K. Sung, Z. Peng, C. Zhang,
Q. Zhang, R. Poon, S. Fan, J. Wang, J. Hardwick, C.
Reinhard, Y. Li, J. Luk, M. Mao, H. Dai.
1370
W Rare variant burden tests and meta-analysis
using summary level statistics.
D. Liu, G. Abecasis.
1371
T A geometric framework for the evaluation of
rare variant tests of association.
N. Tintle, K. Liu, S.
Fast, M. Zawistowski.
1372
F Subset-based approach to combined genetic
association analysis of heterogeneous phenotypes.
S.
Bhattacharjee, S. M. Boca, P. Rajaraman, K. B. Jacobs,
W. A. Wheeler, B. S. Melin, P. Hartge, M. Yeager, C.
C. Chung, S. J. Chanock, N. Chatterjee, GliomaScan
Consortium.
1373
W Genome-wide significance thresholds for SNPs
ascertained by sequencing.
T. Blackwell, A. K. Manning,
GoT2D Investigators.
1374
T On the analysis of imputed genotypes in family-
based association studies.
A. Cobat, A. Alcaïs, E. Schurr.
1375
F Sex-specific and X-chromosome association
studies of venous thromboembolism.
M. de Andrade, S.
M. Armasu, L. L. Chan, J. A. Heit.
1376
W Correcting for the effect of cryptic relatedness
and population structure among cohorts in meta-
analysis of GWAS.
T. Feng, N. Morris, X. Zhu.
1377
T Genome-wide association study-identified
genetic variants for lipid traits are associated with
gallstone disease in the diverse Third National Health
and Nutrition Examination Survey.
R. Goodloe, K.
Brown-Gentry, N. Gillani, H. Jin, P. Mayo, M. Allen, B.
McClellan, J. Boston, C. Sutcliffe, N. Schnetz-Boutaud, H.
Dilks, D. Crawford.
1378
F A unified framework for testing for genetic
associations integrating environmental exposures.
S.
S. Han, P. S. Rosenberg, N. Chatterjee.
1379
W Efficient association analysis for groups of
genetic markers that avoids confounding by genetic
structure.
D. Heckerman, C. Lippert, J. Listgarten.
1352
W Diacylglycerol kinase K variants impact
hypospadias in a California study population.
S. L.
Carmichael, N. Mohammed, C. Ma, D. Iovannisci, S.
Choudhry, L. S. Baskin, J. S. Witte, G. M. Shaw, E. J.
Lammer.
1353
T GEEWAS: Family-based genome-wide
association studies for non-normal responses.
C.
Ekstrom.
1354
F An multiple testing procedure for association
studies appropriately incorporating admixture signals.
G. Gao, W. Chen.
1355
W Correcting for population structure due to rare
and common variants with an approximate Bayesian
regression framework.
G. E. Hoffman, J. G. Mezey.
1356
T Unified association analysis of genes, regions
or pathways containing multiple SNPs.
L. C. Lazzeroni,
A. Ray.
1357
F Genome-wide association study on the variation
of quantitative trait as a tool to identify important
genetic variants for related complex diseases: An
example of CHD risk in T2D patients.
Z. Liu, Q. Qi, F. Hu,
L. Qi, L. Liang.
1358
W Power and sample size calculations for genetic
association tests in the presence of pleiotropy.
D.
Londono, D. Gordon.
1359
T Using regression residuals to map association
between genetic variants and environmentally
influenced longitudinal phenotypes.
A. Musolf, D.
Londono, R. Wang, J. Brandon, J. A. Herring, C. A. Wise,
H. Zou, M. Jin, L. Yu, S. J. Finch, T. C. Matise, D. Gordon.
1360
F Enabling mixed model association analysis
for large case-control studies.
A. Price, N. Zaitlen, B.
Vilhjalmsson, T. Hayeck, S. Pollack, J. Yang, G. B. Chen,
M. Goddard, P. Visscher, N. Patterson.
1361
W Accounting for parent-of-origin effects
detects association between 4q35 genetic variants
and combined asthma-plus-rhinitis phenotype.
C.
Sarnowski, G. Malerba, Q. Vincent, C. Laprise, K. Rohde,
M. F. Moffatt, P. Margaritte-Jeannin, M.-H. Dizier, P. F.
Pignatti, W. O. C. Cookson, M. Lathrop, F. Demenais, E.
Bouzigon, EGEA Collaborative Group.
1362
T Evaluation of classical multivariate methods for
gene-based tests of association with multiple related
traits.
Y. Shu, R. Watanabe, J. Lewinger.
1363
F A two-stage random forest approach to
identify genetic variants using recombination hotspot
information.
S. Szymczak, Q. Li, Y. Kim, A. Dasgupta, J.
D. Malley, J. E. Bailey-Wilson.
1364
W Effect size distribution for prioritizing results of
association studies.
D. Zaykin, C.-L. Kuo.
1365
T Modeling multivariate and correlated data in
genetic association analysis.
J. H. Zhao, F. Xue, Q. Tan,