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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
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Thursday, November 8
10:30
AM
12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session B (29-37)
(
SESSION 31, continued)
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/11:45
Discovery and fine-mapping of serum
protein loci through trans-ethnic meta-analysis.
A.
P. Morris, Y. Okada, F. J. A. van Rooij, B. P. Prins, M.
F. Feitosa, M. Karakas, J. Felix, B. Z. Alizadeh, L. A.
Cupples, J. R. B. Perry, N. Franceschini, CHARGE
Consortium Protein Working Group.
112
/12:00
The Kaiser Permanente/UCSF Genetic
Epidemiology Research Study on Adult Health
and Aging: A genome-wide association study of
telomere length in a multi-ethnic cohort of 100,000
subjects.
M. Kvale, K. Lapham, T. Hoffmann, S.
Sciortino, L. Walter, Y. Banda, I. Listerman, J. Lin, S.
Hesselson, P. Kwok, E. Blackburn, C. Schaefer, N.
Risch.
113
/12:15
Heritability of the variation in aging in
two longitudinal family cohort studies: SardiNIA/
Progenia Study and Framingham Heart Study.
J.
Bragg-Gresham, S. Sanna, C. Sidore, A. Mulas, F.
Busonero, A. Maschio, M. Urru, F. Reinier, R. Berutti,
M. Marcelli, R. Cusano, M. Oppo, D. Pitzalis, M.
Zoledziewska, A. Angius, C. Jones, A. Cao, M. Uda, S.
Kardia, D. Schlessinger, F. Cucca, G. Abecasis.
114
/12:30
Over 250 novel associations with human
morphological traits.
N. Eriksson, C. B. Do,
J. Y. Tung, A. K. Kiefer, D. A. Hinds, J. L. Mountain,
U. Francke.
Thursday, November 8
10:30
AM
12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session B (29-37)
SESSION 32 – Cardiovascular Genetics: GWAS and
Beyond
Room 134, Lower Level North, Moscone Center
Moderators
:
Cristen J. Willer, Univ. of Michigan;
Panagiotis Deloukas, Wellcome Trust Sanger Inst.,
U.K.
115
/10:30
Coronary artery disease loci identified in
over 190,000 individuals implicate lipid metabolism
and inflammation as key causal pathways:
Evidence for independent signals in many of the
risk loci.
S. Kanoni, C. Willenborg, M. Farrall, T. L.
Assimes, J. R. Thompson, E. Ingelsson, D. Saleheen,
J. Erdmann, M. P. Reilly, R. Collins, S. Kathiresan, A.
Hamsten, U. Thorsteinsdottir, J. S. Kooner, J. Danesh,
C. N. A. Palmer, R. Roberts, H. Watkins, H. Schunkert,
N. J. Samani, P. Deloukas for CARDIoGRAMplusC4D
Consortium.
116
/10:45
Genome-wide association study in Han
Chinese identifies four new susceptibility loci for
coronary artery disease.
D. Gu, X. Lu, L. Wang, S.
Chen, J. Huang, H. Li, X. Yang, Y. Hao, China
Atherosclerosis Genetics Consortium.
117
/11:00
Discovery of 63 novel loci and refinement
of known loci associated with lipid levels.
C.
Willer, G. R. Abecasis, M. Boehnke, L. A. Cupples, P.
Deloukas, P. W. Franks, S. Gustafsson, E. Ingelsson,
S. Kathiresan, K. L. Mohlke, G. M. Peloso, S. S. Rich,
S. Ripatti, M. Sandhu, E. M. Schmidt, S. Sengupta,
Global Lipids Genetics Consortium.
118
/11:15
The Kaiser Permanente/UCSF Genetic
Epidemiology Research Study on Adult Health and
Aging: Genome-wide association study of plasma
HDL and LDL and treatment response in over
100,000
subjects.
T. J. Hoffmann, M. N. Kvale, Y.
Banda, S. E. Hesselson, L. Walter, S. Sciortino, D. K.
Ranatunga, D. Ludwig, C. Iribarren, R. Grant, P. Kwok,
C. Schaefer, N. Risch.
119
/11:30
Genome-wide screen with 1000 Genomes
imputed data identifies 19 new lipid loci and new
variants with stronger effects in previously known
loci.
I. Surakka, A.-P. Sarin, R. Mägi, M. Horikoshi, S.
Wiltshire, T. Esko, T. Ferreira, L. Marullo, G.
Thorleifsson, A. Mahajan, S. Hägg, A. Isaacs, M.
Beekman, J. S. Ried, T. W. Winkler, C. P. Nelson, C.
Willenborg, A. Morris, M. I. McCarthy, I. Prokopenko,
S. Ripatti for ENGAGE Consortium.
120
/11:45
Rare coding variation and risk for
myocardial infarction: an exome chip study of
~6,000 cases and controls.
R. Do on behalf of NHLBI
Exome Sequencing Project - Early Onset Myocardial
Infarction.
121
/12:00
High exome mutational burden in 58
African Americans with persistent extreme blood
pressure.
K.-D. H. Nguyen, A. C. Morrison, A. Li,
R. Gibbs, E. Boerwinkle, A. Chakravarti.