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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
Wednesday, November 7
10:30
AM
–12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session A (11-19)
(
SESSION 13, continued)
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De novo mutation of the TGF beta family
in early-onset ovarian cancer.
I. Tournier, F.
Charbonnier, S. Coutant, K. Walton, R. Marlin, M.
Vezain, J. Tinat, E. Angot, R. Sesboué, J.-C. Sabourin,
D. Vaur, C. Harrison, T. Frebourg.
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/12:30
Somatic activating mutations in
PIK3CA
cause progressive segmental overgrowth.
M. J.
Lindhurst, V. E. R. Parker, F. Payne, J. C. Sapp, S.
Rudge, J. Harris, A. M. Witkowski, Q. Zhang, M. P.
Groeneveld, C. E. Scott, A. Daly, S. M. Huson, L. L.
Tosi, M. L. Cunningham, T. N. Darling, J. Geer, Z.
Gucev, P. A. Kreiger, V. R. Sutton, M. M. Thacker, C.
Tziotzios, A. K. Dixon, T. Helliwell, S. O’Rahilly, D. B.
Savage, M. J. O. Wakelam, R. K. Semple, I. Barroso,
L. G. Biesecker.
Wednesday, November 7
10:30
AM
–12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session A (11-19)
SESSION 14 – Quantitation and Measurement of
Regulatory Oversight by the Cell
Room 134, Lower Level North, Moscone Center
Moderators
:
Richard M. Myers, HudsonAlpha Inst. for
Biotechnol., Huntsville, AL; Jeffrey C. Barrett,
Wellcome Trust Sanger Inst., U.K.
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/10:30
ChipEnrich: Gene set enrichment testing
for ChIP-seq data.
R. P. Welch, C. Lee, L. J. Scott, R.
A. Smith, P. Imbriano, M. A. Sartor.
35
/10:45
Enhanced exome sequencing to capture
genome-wide common variants.
I. C. R. M. Kolder,
K. I. Morley, E. Birney, I. Dunham, J. C. Barrett.
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/11:00
Complete HIV-1 genomes from
sequencing single molecules: Simple and complex
samples.
M. P. S. Brown, M. Schaefer, Y. Gao, W.
Kilembe, S. Allen, E. Hunter, E. E. Paxinos.
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/11:15
DeTCT pipeline: A software pipeline for
the analysis of transcript count data.
J. A. Morris, J.
E. Collins, I. Sealy, N. Wali, E. Busch-Netwich, R.
White, D. L. Stemple, J. C. Barrett.
38
/11:30
Fast genome-wide QTL association
mapping with pedigrees.
H. Zhou, E. M. Sobel, K.
Lange.
39
/11:45
Discovering SNPs regulating human gene
expression using allele specific expression from
RNA-seq data.
E. Eskin, E. Kang, B. Han, A. J. Lusis,
L. Martin, S. Shiffman.
40
/12:00
Association of genetic variation affecting
exon skipping to disease susceptibility.
Y. Lee, H.
Im, W. Hernandez, N. J. Cox.
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/12:15
Haplotype-based variant detection and
interpretation enables the population-scale analysis
of multi-nucleotide sequence variants.
E. Garrison,
J. A. Rosenfeld, D. MacArthur, Y. Xue, Z. Iqbal, S.
Balasubramanian, L. Habegger, R. Poplin, M. A.
DePristo, G. Marth, M. B. Gerstein, C. Tyler-Smith,
1000
Genomes Project.
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/12:30
eQTL analysis identifies novel associations
between genotype and gene expression in the
human intestine.
B. Kabakchiev, NIDDK IBD Genetics
Consortium, M. S. Silverberg.