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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 50, continued)
301
/9:30
Gene-environment interaction reveals
hidden heritability: Plasma vitamin D concentration
and its interaction with vitamin D receptor gene
polymorphisms in Parkinson disease.
L. Wang, M.
L. Evatt, L. Maldonado, W. R. Perry, J. C. Ritchie, G.
W. Beecham, E. R. Martin, J. L. Haines, M. A. Pericak-
Vance, J. M. Vance, W. K. Scott.
302
/9:45
Genetic variants in longevity gene
KLOTHO
are associated with increased brain
volumes in aging.
J. S. Yokoyama, V. E. Sturm, L. W.
Bonham, E. Klein, K. Arfanakis, L. Yu, G. Coppola, J.
H. Kramer, D. A. Bennett, L. Mucke, B. L. Miller, D. B.
Dubal.
303
/10:00
ENIGMA2: Genome-wide scans of
subcortical brain volumes in 16,125 subjects
from 28 cohorts.
S. Medland, Enhancing Neuro
Imaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (ENIGMA)
Consortium.
Friday, October 25
8:00
AM
–10:15
AM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session D (45-53)
SESSION 51 – Epigenetics: From Genomes to Genes
Room 258, Level 2, Convention Center
Moderators
:
Erica Davis, Duke Univ.; Hans Bjornsson,
Johns Hopkins Univ. Sch. of Med.
304
/8:00
Epigenome-wide association studies in
the era of meta-epigenomics.
J. M. Greally, N. A.
Wijetunga, F. Delahaye, Y. M. Zhao, A. Golden, J. C.
Mar, F. H. Einstein.
305
/8:15
Genome-wide DNA methylation analysis
of uniparental disomy cases reveals many novel
imprinted loci in the human genome.
R. S. Joshi, P.
Garg, C. Borel, F. Cheung, A. Guilmatre, A. J. Sharp.
306
/8:30
Correlation between CpG DNA
methylation levels in peripheral CD4
1
T cells
and brain in aging individuals.
C. M. McCabe, L.
L. Rosenkrantz, G. Srivastava, A. Kaliszewska, S.
Imboywa, J. Schneider, D. A. Bennett, P. L. De Jager.
307
/8:45
Genome-wide analysis of
Mecp2 dependent DNA methylation and
hydroxymethylation at base-resolution in neurons.
K. E. Szulwach, M. Yu, X. Li, C. R. Street, C. He, P. Jin.
308
/9:00
Random replication of the inactive X
chromosome.
A. Koren, S. A. McCarroll.
309
/9:15
The epigenetic profile of the
SOX9
regulatory region appears Y chromosome
dependent.
G. Houge, H. Lybæk.
310
/9:30
Global reduction of
5-
hydroxymethylcytosine in a
FMR1
premutation
mice model.
B. Yao, L. Lin, C. Street, Z. Zalewski, J.
Galloway, D. Nelson, P. Jin.
311
/9:45
Coordination of engineered factors
with TET1/2 promotes early stage epigenetic
modification during somatic cell reprogramming.
Y. Li, G. Zhu, F. Zhu, T. Wang, W. Jin, W. Mu, W.
Lin, W. Tan, W. Li, Y. Feng, S. Warren, Q. Sun, D.
Chen, P. Jin, State Key Lab. of Reproductive Biology
and State Key Lab. of Biomembrane and Membrane
Biotechnology.
312
/10:00
SMCHD1
mutations in
facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy type 2.
R.
J. L. F. Lemmers, M. P. Nieuwenhuizen, P. J. van der
Vliet, M. Vos-Versteeg, J. Balog, J. J. Goeman, D. G.
Miller, S. J. Tapscott, S. Saconni, R. Tawil, B. Bakker,
S. M. van der Maarel.