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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
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Thursday, November 8
4:30
PM
–6:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session C (38-46)
SESSION 38 – A Sequencing Jamboree: Exomes to
Genomes
Hall D, Lower Level North, Moscone Center
Moderators
:
Nancy Cox, Univ. of Chicago; Orli Bahcall,
Nature Genetics
169
/4:30
Whole-exome sequencing of 10,000 type
2
diabetes cases and controls from five major
ancestry groups.
T. M. Teslovich, A. P. Morris, P.
Fontanillas, M. A. Rivas, X. Sim, J. Flannick, N. Burtt,
H. Chen, A. G. Day-Williams, A. Mahajan, G. Atzmon,
P. Cingolani, L. Moutsianas, H. M. Highland, T2D-
GENES Consortium.
170
/4:45
Rare and low frequency coding variants
are associated with LDL cholesterol levels:
Findings from the NHLBI Exome Sequencing
Project.
L. A. Lange, Y. Hu, C. Xue, Z. Tang, C. Bizon,
E. M. Lange, J. D. Smith, E. H. Turner, G. Jun, H.-M.
Kang, K. P. Li, G. M. Peloso, C. L. Wassel, A. P.
Reiner, E. Boerwinkle, B. M. Psaty, C. J. O’Donnell, S.
Kathiresan, K. E. North, D. Lin, G. P. Jarvik, L. A.
Cupples, C. Kooperberg, J. G. Wilson, D. A.
Nickerson, G. R. Abecasis, S. S. Rich, R. P. Tracy, C. J.
Willer on behalf of NHLBI Exome Sequencing Project.
171
/5:00
Exome sequencing of extreme phenotypes
identifies
DCTN4
and
CAV2
as modifiers of chronic
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
i nfection in cystic
fibrosis.
M. J. Emond, T. Louie, J. Emerson, S.
McNamara, W. Zhao, R. A. Mathias, M. R. Knowles, F.
A. Wright, M. J. Reider, H. K. Tabor, D. A. Nickerson, K.
C. Barnes, R. L. Gibson, M. J. Bamshad.
172
/5:15
A high resolution study of type 2 diabetes
genetic architecture through whole-genome
sequencing of 2850 European individuals: The
GoT2D Study.
J. Flannick, C. Fuchsberger, K. J.
Gaulton, N. P. Burtt, H. M. Kang, C. Hartl, R. D.
Pearson, GoT2D Consortium.
173
/5:30
Mapping quantitative traits with integrated
whole exome/genome/array panel in individuals of
European descent.
X. Sim, M. A. Rivas, A. K.
Manning, A. E. Locke, C. M. Lindgren, GoT2D
Consortium.
174
/5:45
Whole genome sequence analyses
describe the genetic architecture of complex
traits: The Cohorts for Heart and Aging Research
in Genetic Epidemiology Consortium.
A. C.
Morrison, A. Voorman, A. D. Johnson, X. Liu, J. Yu,
A. Li, D. Muzny, F. Yu, K. Rice, G. Zhu, G. Heiss, C.
J. O’Donnell, B. Psaty, L. A. Cupples, R. Gibbs, E.
Boerwinkle.
175
/6:00
Genome sequencing and analysis in
autism spectrum disorder.
S. Walker, A. Prasad,
L. Lau, B. Thiruvahindrapuram, B. Fernandez,
R. Yuen, C. R. Marshall, E. Fombonne, W. Roberts,
L. Zwaigenbaum, P. Szatmari, S. W. Scherer.
176
/6:15
Deep whole genome sequencing in
pedigrees illuminates the contribution of low
frequency and private mutations to the genetic
architecture of metabolic quantitative traits.
A. K. Manning, A. R. Wood, P. Fontanillas, G. Jun, P.
Cingolani, M. Almeida, C. Fuchsberger, T. D. Dyer, M.
Rivas, K. Gaulton, J. Maller, J. Curran, J. Grunstad,
T. W. Blackwell, T. M. Teslovich, D. M. Lehman, R.
Grossman, J. Laramie, S. E. Lincoln, M. Boehnke, M.
I. McCarthy, T. M. Frayling, R. Sladek, R. Duggirala, J.
Blangero, G. Abecasis, D. Altshuler, T2D-GENES.
177
/6:30
Whole genome sequencing of 2,100
individuals in the founder Sardinian population.
C. Sidore, S. Sanna, A. Kwong, H. M. Kang,
R. Cusano, M. Pitzalis, M. Zoledziewska, A. Maschio,
F. Busonero, M. Lobina, A. Angius, R. Lyons, B. Terrier,
C. Brennan, R. Atzeni, A. Mulas, M. Dei, M. G. Piras,
S. Lai, F. Reinier, R. Berutti, C. Jones, M. Marcelli, M.
Urru, M. Oppo, D. Schlessinger, G. Abecasis, F. Cucca.