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POSTER SESSIONS
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POSTER SESSIONS
W=Wednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will present
1393
F Refining association mapping in a
heterogeneous population: An example in a
schizophrenia case-control study.
A. Ray, L. C.
Lazzeroni.
1394
W Improved heritability estimation from genome-
wide SNP data with application to epilepsy.
D. Speed,
G. Hemani, M. Johnson, D. Balding.
1395
T GLOMS: A mixed model-score test-based
system for association studies of binary traits with
risk covariates in populations of related individuals.
S.
Stanhope, M. Abney.
1396
F Tiled regression improves the false discovery
rate in genome-wide association studies.
B. Suktitipat,
Y. Kim, A. J. M. Sorant, H. Sung, A. F. Wilson.
1397
W Gene-based association tests using dimension
reduction methods and marker correlation structure.
D. M. Swanson, C. Lange.
1398
T Impact of hidden sample structure on meta- and
joint-analysis in genome-wide association studies.
P. J.
Walter, H. M. Kang.
1399
F Natural and orthogonal association framework
to detect parent-of-origin effects.
F. Xiao, J. Ma, C.
Amos.
1400
W Efficient calculation for multi-SNP genetic risk
scores.
T. Johnson.
1401
T Gene-gene co-association and pathway-
based co-association studies for next-generation
sequencing.
L. Luo, M. Xiong.
1402
F May consanguinity between parents be a risk
factor for insulin resistance in childhood obesity?
Role of mitochondrial uncoupling protein 2 gene
polymorphism.
S. Oguzkan Balci, N. Col-Araz, M. Nacak,
M. Araz, S. Halime, A. Balat, S. Pehlivan.
1403
W A gene-based association statistic for meta-
analysis.
P. Chanda, H. Huang, A. Alonso, J. S. Bader, D.
E. Arking.
1404
T Joint testing of rare and common variants in
admixed populations.
H. Qin, J. Li, H.-W. Deng.
1405
F The role of KIR genes polymorphisms in
Brazilian patients with rheumatoid arthritis and
systemic lupus erythematosus.
A. R. Marrero, T. D. J.
Farias, C. C. Coêlho, L. D. Hausmann, D. G. Augusto, M.
L. Petzl-Erler, I. A. Pereira, A. F. Zimmermann, S. C. M. S.
Fialho, Y. C. N. Muniz, I. R. Souza.
1406
W Genome-wide linkage, association and gene
expression analysis of antibody levels against 13
common infections.
R. Rubicz, R. Yolken, E. Drigalenko,
M. A. Carless, T. D. Dyer, P. E. Melton, J. W. Kent, Jr.,
R. Duggirala, J. E. Curran, M. P. Johnson, S. A. Cole,
L. Almasy, E. K. Moses, N. V. Dhurandhar, E. Kraig, J.
Blangero, C. T. Leach, H. H. H. Goring.
1380
T A non-threshold region-specific method for
detecting rare variants in common diseases.
A. R.
Hsieh, C. C. Chang, C. S. J. Fann.
1381
F Joint admixture and association test on African
American inflammatory bowel disease identifies
novel significant loci.
C. Huang, S. Kugathasan, D. P.
McGovern, J. H. Cho, R. H. Duerr, J. D. Rioux, M. S.
Silverberg, T. Dassopoulos, L. W. Datta, L. W. H. Kao, S.
R. Brant.
1382
W Comparison of phylogenetic and haplotype
methods for the study of genotype/phenotype
association in genome-wide studies.
M. G. Johnson, D.
L. Swofford, M. W. Lutz, D. G. Crenshaw, A. D. Roses.
1383
T Benefits of using local whole exome reference
panels for the imputation of rare variants in two
European populations.
P. Joshi, R. M. Fraser, V. Vitart, C.
Hayward, R. McQuillan, O. Polasek, S. H. Wild, N. Hastie,
A. F. Wright, H. Campbell, I. Rudan, C. Haley, P. Navarro,
J. F. Wilson.
1384
F Combined linkage and association analyses
identify a novel locus for obesity near
PROX1
in Asians.
H. Kim, Y. Yoo, Y. Ju, S. Lee, S. Cho, J. Sung, J. Kim, J.
Seo.
1385
W A more powerful burden tests to detect rare
genetic variants.
J. Kim, J. Lee, S. Choi, M. S. Kwon,
T. Park.
1386
T Efficiently identifying significant associations in
genome-wide association studies.
E. Kostem, E. Eskin.
1387
F A multi-SNP locus-association method reveals
a substantial fraction of the missing heritability.
Z.
Kutalik, G. Ehret, D. Lamparter, C. Hoggart, J. Whittaker, J.
S. Beckmann, GIANT Consortium.
1388
W Leveraging input and output structures for joint
association mapping of epistatic and marginal eQTLs.
S. Lee, E. Xing.
1389
T Evaluating the power of single variant
association tests for low frequency variants in joint
and meta-analysis.
C. Ma, T. Blackwell, M. Boehnke, L. J.
Scott, GoT2D Investigators.
1390
F One thousand genomes imputation in the NCI
Breast and Prostate Cancer Cohort Consortium (BPC3)
aggressive prostate cancer genome-wide association
study.
M. J. Machiela, C. Chen, L. Liang, W. R. Diver, V. L.
Stevens, K. K. Tsilidis, S. J. Chanock, D. J. Hunter, P. Kraft,
NCI Breast and Prostate Cancer Cohort Consortium.
1391
W SHAVE—Shrinkage estimator measured for
multiple visits increases power in GWAS of quantitative
traits.
O. Meirelles, J. Ding, T. Tanaka, S. Sanna, H. Yang,
D. B. Dudekula, F. Cucca, L. Ferrucci, G. Abecasis, D.
Schlessinger.
1392
T To adjust or not to adjust, how and when to
incorporate covariates into GWA studies.
G. P. Page, N.
Garge, E. O. Johnson.