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POSTER SESSIONS
W=Wednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will present
3497
T A noncoding imprinted RNA,
MESTIT1
is
essential for the repression in cis of
KLF14
.
S. Horike,
M. Meguro-Horike.
3498
T MeCP2 is required for chromatin higher-order
structure and dynamics at the imprinted 15q11-q13
locus.
M. Meguro-Horike, D. H. Yasui, W. Powell, J. M.
LaSalle, S. Horike.
3499
T DNA methylation analysis of reciprocal genome-
wide UPDs to define imprinted differentially methylated
regions in the human genome.
K. Nakabayashi, A. M.
Trujillo, C. Tayama, V. Romanelli, P. Lapunzina, M. Kagami,
H. Soejima, H. Ogata, F. Court, D. Monk, K. Hata.
3500
T The imprinted
C15orf2
gene in the Prader-Willi
syndrome region encodes a nuclear pore complex
associated protein.
L. C. Neumann, Y. Markaki, E.
Mladenov, D. Hoffmann, K. Buiting, B. Horsthemke.
3501
T The ‘language gene’
FOXP2
is not imprinted.
A. C. Thomas, J. M. Frost, F. Khadem, P. Stanier, G. E.
Moore.
3502
T Evaluation of gene expression profile of
chromatin modification enzymes in ACP02 and ACP03
gastric cell lines.
J. C. Santos, R. R. Burbano, M. L.
Ribeiro.
3503
T Expression patterns of histone acetylation
modifier genes in gastric cancer.
F. Wisnieski, D. Q.
Calcagno, M. F. Leal, T. B. Pontes, C. O. Gigek, E. S.
Chen, S. Demachki, L. G. Lourenço, P. P. Assumpção, R.
Artigiani, R. R. Burbano, M. A. C. Smith.
3504
T The enzyme holocarboxylase synthetase
mediates biotin-independent gene-silencing through
the recruitment of histone deacetilases in the nucleus
of human cells.
I. Trujillo, T. Barrios-García, S. Reyes-
Carmona, I. Meneses-Morales, A. Leon-Del-Rio.
3505
T Epigenetic variation among humans.
M.
Kasowski, F. Grubert, S. Kyriazopoulou-Panagiotopoulou,
A. Kundaje, J. Li, D. Spacek, M. Snyder.
3506
T Expression of mouse
Lin28
gene is
epigenetically regulated by histone modification.
A.
Pang, A. Title, O. M. Rennert.
3507
T Transcriptional and epigenetic variation in
human induced pluripotent stem cells.
N. Kumasaka, F.
Rouhani, L. Vallier, A. Bradley, D. Gaffney.
3508
T The ratio of
IGF2/IGF2R
in chorionic villus
samples as a biomarker for birth weight.
C. Demetriou,
A. Thomas, M. Ishida, S. Abu-Amero, R. Aggarwal, D.
Peebles, A. Syngelaki, K. Nicolaides, L. Regan, G. E. Moore.
3509
T Genome-wide studies of methylation in
the mouse frontal cortex reveals novel imprinted
differential methylated regions and non-CG
methylation.
C. Barr, W. Xie, Y. Feng, K. Wigg, E.
Dempster, L. Gomez, J. Eubanks, B. Ren.
3484
T Extremely preterm infants are epigenetically
different from term infants at birth and an epigenetic
legacy of preterm birth may remain at 18 years of age.
C. Theda, M. Cruickshank, A. Oshlack, P. Sheehan, R.
Saffery, P. Davis, LW. Doyle, J. Craig.
3485
T Genome-wide detection and analysis of CpG
dinucleotide methylation in cancer fatigue studies.
D.
Wang, H. Lee, W. Xiao, C. Hsiao, H. Kim, R. Dionne, L.
Saligan.
3486
T Prediction of total serum IgE using genome-
wide methylation profile.
X. Wang, S. A. G. Willis-Owen,
K. C. C. Wong, A. Binia, G. Davies, J. M. Hopkin, G. M.
Lathrop, M. F. Moffatt, W. O. C. M. Cookson, L. Liang.
3487
T Epigenomic profiling of autism spectrum
disorder.
C. C. Y. Wong, L. C. Schalkwyk, E. L. Meaburn,
A. Ronald, T. S. Price, R. Plomin, D. H. Geschwind, J. Mill.
3488
T Microarray-based genome-wide analyses of
DNA methylation in hematological malignancies.
Y.
Yang, H. Mei, L. Edelmann, A. J. Sharp, I. Peter, V. Najfeld,
C. R. Geyer, J. F. DeCoteau, S. A. Scott.
3489
T Discovery of cross-reactive probes in the
Illumina Infinium HumanMethylation450 microarray:
A cautionary tale.
Y. Chen, M. Lemire, S. Choufani, D. T.
Butcher, D. Grafodatskaya, B. W. Zanke, R. Weksberg.
3490
T Epigenetic changes in response to common
environmental compounds.
V. Labrie, I. Rezaian, S.
Konigorski, N. Miller, Y. Li, C. Austin, R. Tice, M. Xia, A.
Ngom, L. Rueda, R. Kustra, A. Petronis.
3491
T Regulatory network of microRNA action: miR-
199
a in health and diseases.
S. Gu, Y. K. Suen, W. Y.
Chan.
3492
T Gold nanoparticles cause variation in the level of
methylation in H3K4 and H3K9.
A. Polverino, A. Iuliano,
L. Cristino, R. Imperatore, A. Longo, G. Carotenuto, S. De
Nicola, M. Piscopo, L. Fucci, E. Vitale.
3493
T Gene methylation and allelic expression imbalance
of the
CYP1A2
and
CYP3A4
genes in human livers.
J. Shi,
W. Shou, Z. Niu, Y. Wang, K. Zhang, W. Huang.
3494
T 6q24 Transient neonatal diabetes mellitus: 16
years of data collection.
I. K. Temple, S. Kabwama,
L. Doherty, S. Ennis, E. Cook, L. Harrison, S. Ellard, S.
Flanagan, A. T. Hattersley, J. P. H. Shield, D. J. G. Mackay.
3495
T Genome-wide profiling of human uniparental
tissues to search for novel imprinted genes.
S. Wen,
W. Wan, A. Balasa, S. Mahadevan, Z. Liu, I. B. Van den
Veyver.
3496
T Next generation bisulfite analysis around
a 2.2 kb ICR1 deletion in 11p15.5 reveals variable
hypermethylation explaining reduced penetrance in
BWS families.
J. Beygo, V. Citro, D. Prawitt, M. Heitmann,
K. Rademacher, B. Horsthemke, A. Riccio, K. Buiting.