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POSTER SESSIONS
W=Wednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will present
2550
W Identification of genes and pathways regulated
by epigenetic mechanisms in determining general
intelligence (
g
)
of inbred mice.
P. Cha, K. Kobayashi, Y.
Ando, C. Yu, S. Yamagata, K. Okada, J. Sese, K. Takao, T.
Miyakawa, T. Toda.
2551
T Quantitative linkage analysis with the
endophenotype of social responsiveness identifies
genome-wide significant linkage to a narrow region at
8
p21.3.
J. K. Lowe, D. M. Werling, J. N. Constantino, R. M.
Cantor, D. H. Geschwind.
2552
F Nonpathogenic traits: A study of susceptibility
to sympathetic yawning.
E. T. Cirulli, A. J. Bartholomew,
D. B. Goldstein.
2553
W Combined genetic analysis of DNA methylation
and gene expression in schizophrenia identifies
disease susceptibility loci.
K. R. van Eijk, M. P. M. Boks,
S. de Jong, E. Strengman, R. S. Kahn, S. Horvath, R. A.
Ophoff.
2554
T Infantile-onset dystonia and juvenile
parkinsonism associated with spastic paraplegia
caused by mutations in
SPG11
.
G. Yoon, B. Baskin, M.
Tarnopolsky, P. Rebeiro, B. Banwell, P. N. Ray.
2555
F CNV detection from affymetrix axiom SNP chips
in the early markers for autism study.
G. Desachy, L. A.
Croen, L. A. Weiss.
2556
W Prioritization of whole exome sequencing in
Parkinson disease.
J. Farlow, H. Lin, K. Hetrick, H. Ling,
E. Pugh, K. Bowling, P. Jain, Y. Liu, K. Doheny, R. M.
Myers, T. Foroud.
2557
T High yield of massively parallel sequencing
in autosomal recessive intellectual disability in 23
families: Identification of the causative mutation in
12
families.
R. Abou Jamra, R. Buchert, S. Uebe, H.
Tawamie, S. H. Eck, E. Graf, K. Eberlein, J. Bauer, E. M.
Dill, C. Blumentritt, F. F. Brockschmidt, M. M. Nöthen, J.
Schumacher, A. Ekici, T. Strom, A. Reis.
2558
F Identification of rare variants in childhood
onset schizophrenia using exome sequencing.
A.
Ambalavanan, S. L. Girard, J. Gauthier, L. Xiong, A.
Dionne-Laporte, D. Spiegelman, E. Henrion, O. Diallo, A.
Levert, P. A. Dion, J. Rapoport, R. Joober, G. A. Rouleau.
2559
W The Asp620Asn mutation of
VPS35
in Japanese
patients with typical Parkinson disease.
M. Ando, M.
Funayama, Y. Li, K. Kashihara, Y. Murakami, N. Ishizu, C.
Toyoda, K. Noguchi, T. Hashimoto, N. Nakano, R. Sasaki,
Y. Kokubo, S. Kuzuhara, K. Ogaki, C. Yamashita, H.
Yoshino, H. Tomiyama, N. Hattori.
2560
T The Autism Sequencing Consortium: Autism
gene discovery in
.
20,000
exomes.
J. D. Buxbaum, M.
J. Daly, B. Devlin, T. Lehner, K. Roeder, M. W. State for
Autism Sequencing Consortium.
2538
W
APOE
and
SNCA
predict cognitive performance
in Parkinson’s disease.
I. Mata, J. Leverenz, J.
Trojanowski, A. Siderowf, B. Ritz, S. Rhodes, S. Factor, C.
Wood-Siverio, J. Quinn, K. Chung, A. Espay, F. Revilla, K.
Edwards, T. Montine, C. Zabetian.
2539
T Abnormal responses to visual cortex activation in
early stage Huntington disease patients using 31P-NMR
spectroscopy.
F. Mochel, T. M. Nguyen, D. Deelchand, D.
Rinaldi, R. Valabregue, C. Wary, A. Durr, P. G. Henry.
2540
F Sympathovagal balance in major depressive
disorder: Influence of the BDNF and 5-HTTLPR
(
serotonin transporter) polymorphisms.
A. Perez,
A. R. Brunoni, B. Coprerski, D. Brunoni.
2541
W Complex genetic scores can predict smoking
cessation success and uptake of addictive substance
use.
G. Uhl, D. Sisto, D. Walther, W. Eaton, N. Ialongo, J.
Rose.
2542
T Integrated copy number and gene expression
analysis detects a CREB1 association with Alzheimer’s
disease.
N. Sule, Y. Li, I. Sheffer, C. Shaw, S. Powell,
B. Dawson, S. Zaidi, K. Bucasas, J. Lupski, K. Wilhelmsen,
R. Doody, K. Szigeti.
2543
F Genetic modifiers of EEG brain activity during
sleep in humans.
S. Warby, H. E. Moore IV, O. Carrillo,
J. Faraco, L. Lin, P. E. Peppard, T. Young, E. Mignot.
2544
W The eQTLs in language-related genes reveal a
gene x gene interaction between
BDNF
and
PCDH17
in the human brain.
N. Li, S. Y. Cheong, M. Goode, S. A.
Petrill, A. S. Bassett, L. M. Brzustowicz, C. W. Bartlett.
2545
T The
KIAA0319
gene is associated with language
progression more than its level.
S. Tezenas du Montcel,
B. Feng, C. Barr, B. Falissard, M. Boivin, G. Dionne.
2546
F Genome-wide association of executive function
in a normally developing pediatric cohort.
J. J.
Connolly, P. M. A. Sleiman, R. C. Gur, M. E. Calkins, D. J.
Abrams, R. M. Chiavacci, H. Qiu, F. D. Mentch, R. E. Gur,
H. Hakonarson.
2547
W Lipidomic profiling in Lewy body disease brain
autopsies carrying lysosomal storage disorder gene
variants.
N. Parmalee, R. B. Chan, N. Park, E. P. Cortes,
J. P. Vonsattel, K. Marder, L. Honig, J. H. Lee, G. Di Paolo,
L. Clark.
2548
T Study of plasma metabolites levels in discordant
sibling pairs with autism.
G. Malerba, R. Wang-Sattler,
E. Trabetti, J. Adamski, P. Prandini, L. Xumerle, C. Zusi, A.
Pasquali, R. Galavotti, P. F. Pignatti, T. Illig, Italian Autism
Network.
2549
F Genome scan for cognitive trait loci of dyslexia:
Rapid naming and rapid switching of colors, letters
and numbers.
W. H. Raskind, K. Rubenstein, M.
Matsushita, V. W. Berninger, E. M. Wijsman.