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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
Thursday, October 24
2:00
PM
–4:15
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session C (28-36)
SESSION 30 – Statistical Methods for Family Data
Grand Ballroom West, Level 3, Convention Center
Moderators
:
Shamil Sunyaev, Brigham and Women’s
Hosp.; Nathan L. Tintle, Dordt Col., IA
187
/2:00
Adjusting family relatedness in data-
driven burden test of rare variants.
Q. Zhang, L.
Wang, I. B. Borecki, M. A. Province.
188
/2:15
Fast and accurate pedigree-based
imputation from sequenced data in a founder
population.
O. E. Livne, L. Han, G. Alkorta-Aranburu,
W. Wentworth-Sheilds, L. L. Pesce, C. Ober, M.
Abney, D. Nicolae.
189
/2:30
Multiple genetic variant association
testing by collapsing and kernel methods with
pedigree or population structured data.
D. J.
Schaid, S. K. McDonnell, J. P. Sinnwell, S. N.
Thibodeau.
190
/2:45
Evidence for causality of rare variants
based on exact sharing probabilities in affected
relatives.
I. Ruczinski, A. Bureau, M. M. Parker, M.
A. Taub, M. L. Marazita, J. C. Murray, J. E. Bailey-
Wilson, C. D. Cropp, E. Mangold, M. Noethen, J. B.
Hetmanski, P. Balakrishnan, H. Wang, H. Ling, A. F.
Scott, T. H. Beaty.
191
/3:00
A generalized sparse regression model
with adjustment of pedigree structure for variant
detection from next-generation sequencing data.
S. Cao, H. Qin, H. Deng, Y. Wang.
192
/3:15
Haplotype phasing across the full
spectrum of relatedness.
J. O’Connell, O. Delaneau,
N. Pirastu, S. Ulivi, M. Cocca, M. Traglia, J. Huang,
J. E. Huffman, I. Rudan, R. McQuillan, R. M. Fraser,
H. Campbell, O. Polasek, C. Hayward, A. F. Wright,
V. Vitart, P. Navarro, J. F. Zagury, J. F. Wilson, D.
Toniolo, P. Gasparani, N. Soranzo, J. Marchini.
193
/3:30
The theory of genetic interactions and its
application to the problem of missing heritability.
A.
Young, R. Durbin.
194
/3:45
Tracing individual ancestry in a principal
components space.
C. Wang, L. Liang, G. Abecasis,
X. Lin.
195
/4:00
Multiple HLA loci and energy metabolism
genes are targeted by recent positive selection
in an Ethiopian population.
F. Tekola-Ayele, A.
Adeyemo, E. Hailu, A. Aseffa, G. Davey, M. J.
Newport, C. N. Rotimi.
Thursday, October 24
2:00
PM
–4:15
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session C (28-36)
SESSION 31 – Advances and References in Genomic
Technology
Room 210, Level 2, Convention Center
Moderators
:
Daniel G. MacArthur, Massachusetts Gen.
Hosp./Broad Inst.; Fuli Yu, Baylor Col. of Med.
196
/2:00
Statistical model for the joint estimation of
mRNA isoforms and individual-specific expression
from RNA-seq data.
F. Mordelet, B. E. Engelhardt.
197
/2:15
Choosing an RNA-seq aligner for QTL and
ASE analysis in the Genotype-Tissue Expression
Project.
D. S. DeLuca, T. Lappalainen, P. Kheradpour,
M. Sammeth, J. Monlong, P. Ribeca, E. Palumbo, A.
Battle, E. Gelfand, R. Guigo, K. Ardlie, G. Getz, GTEx
Consortium.
198
/2:30
mRNA and small RNA sequencing of 465
HapMap cell lines: The feasibility of multicenter
RNA-seq studies.
P. A. C. Hoen, M. R. Friedlander, J.
Almlof, M. Sammeth, I. Pulyakhina, S. Y. Anvar, J. F.
J. Laros, O. Karlberg, J. T. den Dunnen, G. J. B. van
Ommen, I. G. Gut, R. Guigo, X. Estivill, A. C. Syvanen,
E. T. Dermitzakis, T. Lappalainen, GEUVADIS
Consortium.
199
/2:45
Complete resequencing of extended
genomic regions using fosmid targeting and
PacBio’s single molecule real-time (SMRT
®
)
long-
read sequencing technology.
D. E. Geraghty, C.
W. Pyo, K. Wang, R. Wang, Y. S. Pyon, K. Eng, B.
Bowman, S. Ranade.
200
/3:00
Platinum genomes: A systematic
assessment of variant accuracy using a large
family pedigree.
M. A. Eberle, M. Kallberg, H.-Y.
Chuang, P. Tedder, S. Humphray, D. Bentley, E. H.
Margulies.
201
/3:15
Sensitive and quantitative measurement
of nuclease-mediated genome editing at human
endogenous loci using SMRT sequencing.
A.
Hendel, E. Kildebeck, E. Fine, J. Clark, G. Bao, M.
Porteus.
202
/3:30
Mining genomic feature sets and
identifying significant biological relationships with
BedTools2.
A. Quinlan, N. Kindlon.
203
/3:45
Creating a single haplotype human
genome assembly.
T. Graves, W. Warren, B. Fulton,
K. Meltz Steinberg, R. Agarwala, V. Schneider, D.
Church, E. Eichler, R. Wilson.
204
/4:00
A generalized human reference as a graph
of genomic variation.
E. Garrison, D. Kural, A. Ward,
W. P. Lee, G. Marth.