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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
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Friday, October 25
8:00
AM
–10:15
AM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session D (45-53)
SESSION 45 – Mo’ Data, Mo’ Problems?
Hall B2, Level 0 (Lower Level), Convention Center
Moderators
:
Luke Jostins, Oxford Univ.; Christopher
Brown, Univ. of Pennsylvania
250
/8:00
Selecting likely causal genes, pathways
and relevant tissues from genome-wide
association studies of complex traits by data-
driven expression-prioritized integration.
T. H.
Pers, J. Karjalainen, J. N. Hirschhorn, L. Franke,
Genetic Investigation of ANthropometric Traits (GIANT)
Consortium.
251
/8:15
Non-targeted metabolite profiling in
large human population-based studies: A new
data analysis workflow and metabolome-wide
association study of C-reactive protein.
A. Ganna,
T. Fall, W. Lee, C. D. Broeckling, J. Kumar, S. Hägg, P.
K. E. Magnusson, J. E. Prenni, L. Lind, Y. Pawitan, E.
Ingelsson.
252
/8:30
Transcription factor and chromatin
features predict genes associated with eQTLs.
D. Y.
Wang, A. Rendon, L. Wernisch.
253
/8:45
Combining regulatory domain and
genetic variation information to identify cell types,
regulatory elements, and causal genetic variants
that influence human disease.
E. Schmidt, J. Chen,
C. Willer, Metabochip GIANT-BMI and ICBP.
254
/9:00
Genome-wide expression quantitative
trait loci: Results from the NHLBI’s SABRe CVD
Initiative.
R. Joehanes, T. Huan, C. Yao, X. Zhang, S.
Ying, M. Feolo, N. Sharopova, T. Przytycka, A. Sturcke,
A. A. Schaffer, N. Heard-Costa, H. Chen, P. Liu, R.
Wang, K. A. Woodhouse, N. Raghavachari, J. Dupuis,
A. D. Johnson, C. J. O’Donnell, P. J. Munson, D. Levy.
255
/9:15
A hierarchical multiscale model to infer
transcription factor occupancy from chromatin
accessibility data.
A. Raj, H. Shim, Y. Gilad, M.
Stephens, J. Pritchard.
256
/9:30
Development of a methods-based
proficiency test for next-generation sequencing.
N. Aziz, J. Durtschi, Q. Zhao, L. Bry, D. Driscoll, J.
Gibson, W. Grody, M. Hedge, G. Hoeltge, D. Leonard,
J. Merker, L. Palicki, R. S. Robetorye, I. Schrijver,
K. Weck, T. Hambuch, T. Harkins, D. Ballinger, K.
Voelkerding.
257
/9:45
An integrated nexus of
.
12,000
genome
sequences and analysis tools facilitates novel
gene discovery.
J. Reid, A. Carroll, N. Veeraraghavan,
C. Gonzaga-Jauregui, A. Morrison, T. Gambin, A.
Sundquist, M. Bainbridge, M. Dahdouli, Z. Huang,
A. Li, F. Yu, R. Daly, J. Lupski, G. Duyk, R. Gibbs, E.
Boerwinkle.
258
/10:00
Pulling out the 1%: Whole-genome
in-solution capture for the targeted enrichment
of ancient DNA sequencing libraries.
C. D.
Bustamante, M. L. Carpenter, J. D. Buenrostro, C.
Valdiosera, H. Schroeder, M. E. Allentoft, M. Sikora, M.
Rasmussen, S. Guillén, G. Nekhrizov, K. Leshkatov, D.
Dimitrova, N. Theodossiev, D. Pettener, D. Luiselli, A.
E. Moreno, S. Gravel, Y. Li, J. Wang, M. T. P. Gilbert, E.
Willerslev, W. J. Greenleaf.