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POSTER SESSIONS
W=Wednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will present
1600
T CNVs contributing to the cause of congenital
heart defects may include not only those containing
candidate genes but regions more commonly
associated with autism and other disorders.
D. Warburton, M. Ronemus, J. Kline, M. Wigler, V.
Jobanputra, D. Levy, K. Anyane-Yeboa, W. Chung, D.
Awad.
1601
T Whole exome sequencing and hypertrophic
cardiomyopathy.
F. Dewey, S. Cordero, M. Wheeler, A.
Pavlovic, K. Bommakanti, S. Pan, C. Caleshu, R. Chen, M.
Snyder, E. Ashley.
1602
T Fine mapping the
SCN10A
gene region
identifies novel associations with PR interval in
African Americans from an electronic medical record
population.
J. Jeff, M. Ritchie, J. Denny, H. Dilks, C.
Sutcliffe, M. Basford, D. Roden, D. Crawford.
1603
T Association between 4q25 variants and
cardioembolic stroke in the Vienna Stroke Registry.
M. M. Luke, C. H. Tong, J. J. Catanese, J. J. Devlin, S.
Greisenegger, C. Mannhalter.
1604
T Common genetic variants do not predict CAD
in familial hypercholesterolemia.
E. P. A. van Iperen,
S. Sivapalaratnam, S. M. Boekholdt, G. K. Hovingh, S.
Maiwald, M. W. Tanck, N. Soranzo, J. C. Stephens, J. G.
Sambrook, M. Levi, W. H. Ouwehand, J. J. P. Kastelein, M.
D. Trip, A. H. Zwinderman.
1605
T Genetic sources of variation in proprotein
convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9, a protein that
mediates degradation of LDL receptors and increases
LDL levels.
E. A. Rosenthal, R. Rajagopalan, J. Ranchalis,
D. Szeto, K. Akinsanya, T. P. Roddy, J. M. Castro-Perez,
G. Forrest, G. Wolfbauer, J. J. Albers, J. D. Brunzell, A. G.
Motulsky, M. J. Rieder, D. A. Nickerson, E. M. Wijsman, G.
P. Jarvik.
1606
T Twenty-three unreported genetic associations
with lipid phenotypes: A dense gene-centric meta-
analysis in 66,240 individuals across 32 studies.
Y. Guo,
F. W. Asselbergs, E. P. A. van Iperen, S. Sivapalaratnam,
V. Tragante, C. Elbers, H. Hakonarson, B. J. Keating, F.
Drenos, IBC-Lipids Consortium.
1607
T After
LDLR
,
APOB
and
PCSK9
,
APOE
is
another major gene of autosomal dominant
hypercholesterolemia.
M. Varret, M. Marduel, K.
Ouguerram, V. Serre, D. Bonnefont-Rousselot, K. E. Berge,
M. Devillers, G. Luc, J.-M. Lecerf, L. Tosolini, M. Abifadel,
T. P. Leren, J.-P. Rabès, C. Boileau.
1608
T Trans-ethnic fine-mapping of lipid loci in
African Americans, East Asians, and Europeans
identifies population-specific signals and extensive
allelic heterogeneity that increases the trait variance
explained.
Y. Wu, L. Waite, A. Jackson, S. Buyske, C.
Carty, I. Cheng, D. Duggan, L. Dumitrescu, C. Haiman, L.
Hindorff, C. Hsiung, S. Hunt, K. Hveem, J. Juang, E. Kim,
M. Laakso, I. Njølstad, U. Peters, R. Rauramaa, W. Sheu,
Y. Sung, J. Tuomilehto, T. Wang, Y. Chen, C. Kooperberg,
1590
T Significant association of two genetic variants in
the
ENPEP
gene with lone atrial fibrillation in Koreans.
D. Shin, H. Hwang, A. Park, N. Son, E. Shin, J. Lee, H.
Pak, M. Lee, Y. Jang.
1591
T Molecular Investigation in sudden unexplained
death syndromes in New York City.
Y. Tang, D. Wang, L.
Eng, K. Shah, S. Um, B. Zhou, M. Prinz, B. Sampson.
1592
T Associations of
NINJ2
sequence variation with
incident ischemic stroke: Analysis of common and rare
variants in the Cohorts for Heart and Aging in Genomic
Epidemiology Consortium.
J. C. Bis, M. Fornage, A. L.
DeStefano, J. Brody, M. A. Ikram, C. van Duijn, R. Gibbs,
J. G. Reid, E. Boerwinkle, W. T. Longstreth, T. H. Mosley,
S. Seshadri on behalf of CHARGE Neurology Working
Group.
1593
T
CCR5, TNF/LTA, CCL2, IL12B, IL10, MAL/TIRAP,
ACTC1
genes are associated to the development of
chronic Chagas’ disease cardiomyopathy.
C. Chevillard,
A. F. Frade, P. Teixeira, B. Ianni, C. Wide Pissetti, A.
Fragata, M. Hirata, M. Sampaio, B. Saba, F. Dias, E.
Donadi, V. Rodrigues Jr., A. Pereira, J. Kalil, E. Cunha-
Neto.
1594
T Analysis of candidate genes associated
with intermediate traits identifies novel variants
associated with coronary artery disease presence
and severity.
D. M. Craig, E. R. Hauser, E. Burns,
M. Chryst-Ladd, C. Haynes, W. E. Kraus, I. C.
Siegler, B. H. Brummett, R. C. Becker, R. B. Williams,
S. H. Shah.
1595
T The shared allelic architecture of adiponectin
levels and coronary artery disease.
Z. Dastani, T.
Johnson, F. Kronenberg, C. Nelson, T. L. Assimes,
W. März, J. B. Richards, CARDIoGRAM Consortium,
ADIPOGen Consortium.
1596
T Investigation of mutations in exons 19 and
22
MYH7
gene in HCM patients in Chaharmahal
va Bakhtiyari Province, Iran.
S. Heydari Sodjani, R.
Pourahmad, A. Khaledifar, M. Hashemzadeh, F. Azadegan,
N. Bagheri, S. Badfar.
1597
T Polymorphisms in
CHRNA3-CHRNA5-CHRNB4
are associated with body mass index and systolic
blood pressure in smokers in the Northern Finland
Birth Cohort 1966.
M. Kaakinen, F. Ducci, M. J. Sillanpää,
E. Läärä, M.-R. Järvelin.
1598
T Genetic association studies of left ventricle
dysfunction in coronary artery disease patients.
B.
Mittal, A. Mishra, A. Srivastava, T. Mittal, N. Garg.
1599
T Associations of sequenced regions SLC17A4
and PIK3CG with common carotid intima-media
thickness and plaque: A common and rare variant
meta-analysis in the Cohorts for Heart and Aging in
Genomic Epidemiology Consortium.
C. J. O’Donnell, C.
C. White, N. Franceschini, J. Brody, D. Muzny, R. Gibbs, E.
Boerwinkle, B. Psaty, K. E. North, L. A. Cupples, J. C. Bis
on behalf of CHARGE Subclinical Atherosclerosis Working
Group.