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POSTER SESSIONS
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POSTER SESSIONS
W=W
ednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will pr
esent
Epigenetics
412
T Quality control and data normalisation in large
Illumina Infinium HumanMethylation450 datasets
A.
Drong, B. Lehne, M. Loh, C. Blancher, M.-R. Jarvelin, C.
M. Lindgren, P. Elliott, M. I. McCarthy, J. S. Kooner, J. C.
Chambers.
413
F Integrating genotype, methylome, chromatin
states and disease state in a cohort of 750 individuals.
M. L. Eaton, G. Srivastava, A. Kundaje, L. B. Chibnik, B.
T. Keenan, J. Ernst, D. Bennett, B. Bernstein, P. DeJager,
M. Kellis.
414
T Epigenome-wide DNA methylation study reveals
hypermethylated collagen genes and suggests a role
for TGF
b
in osteoarthritis.
M. A. Jeffries, J. A. James, A.
H. Sawalha.
415
F Genome-wide profiling of DNA f om blood
reveals regions differently methylated in osteoarthritis
patients.
G. Zhai, E. Aref Eshghi, H. Zhang, G. Martin, A.
Furey, R. Green, G. Sun, P. Rahman.
416
T Diurnal rhythms of clock gene DNA methylation
and their relationship to rhythms of clock gene
expression in the human cerebral cortex.
A. S. Lim, G.
P. Srivastava, L. Yu, A. S. Buchman, J. A. Schneider, A. J.
Myers, D. A. Bennett, P. L. De Jager.
417
F DNA methylation analysis of human neuronal and
non-neuronal cells at the base pair resolution.
J. Ueda,
M. Bundo, F. Sunaga, M. Nishioka, E. Hashimoto, W. Ukai,
T. Saito, K. Kasai, K. Iwamoto, T. Kato.
418
T Methylation of leukocyte DNA and ovarian cancer:
Relationship with disease status and outcome.
B. Fridley,
S. Armasu, M. Cicek, K. Kalli, M. Larson, D. Koestler, D.
Rider, V. Shridhar, J. Olson, J. Cunningham, E. Goode.
419
F The combination of genome wide screening and
DNA methylation in the determination of bio-marker
discovery in ovarian and breast cancer.
M. Poulin, A.
Meyer, L. Yan.
420
T Independent contribution of epigenetic
modifications within lipop otein metabolism genes to
plasma lipid profile variabilit .
S. P. Guay, D. Brisson, B.
Lamarche, D. Gaudet, L. Bouchard.
421
F Abberant CpG island methylation of caspase-3
gene in uterine leiomyomas.
S. Vaidya, K. Prabhakar
Rao, Q. Hasan, N. A. Shaik.
422
T DNA methylation profiling of p eeclamptic
placentas reveals distinct subgroups.
S. L. Wilson, J.
D. Blair, C. W. Hanna, P. von Dadelszen, S. Langlois, D. E.
McFadden, W. P. Robinson.
423
F Matrix modulates DNA methylation in human
bladder smooth muscle cells.
K. J. Aitken, J. X. Jiang, C.
Sotiropolous, S. Pu, T. Kirwan, D. J. Bagli.
424
T Dose-dependent effect of in utero smoking
on DNA methylation among Latino children in a
methylome-wide association study.
S. S. Oh, D. Hu, C.
R. Gignoux, J. M. Galanter, S. Huntsman, D. Torgerson,
C. Eng, L. A. Roth, A. Davis, H. J. Farber, P. C. Avila,
E. Brigino-Buenaventura, M. A. LeNoir, K. Meade, D.
Serebrisky, L. N. Borrell, W. Rodríguez-Cintrón, R. Kumar,
J. R. Rodríguez-Santana, F. Lurmann, E. Burchard.
425
F DNA methylation profiling implicates several
genes in type 2 diabetes.
M. A. Carless, H. Kulkarni, M.
C. Mahaney, H. H. H. Goring, L. Almasy, A. G. Comuzzie,
J. Blangero.
426
T Methylation analysis of CpG islands in the
TYR
and
P
genes: Correlation with gene expression.
X.
Wang, L. Dsouza, H. He, C. Aantolik, Q. Zhang.
427
F The role of brain DNA methylation in the
pathology of Alzheimer’s disease: Evidence of an
interaction effect.
P. L. De Jager, G. Srivastava, M. L.
Eaton, L. Yu, A. Meissner, J. A. Schneider, M. Kellis, D. A.
Bennett, L. B. Chibnik.
428
T Array-based assay detects genome-wide
5-
methylcytosine and 5-hydroxymethlycytosine in
non-human primates and mice.
R. S. Alisch, P. Chopra,
L. A. Papale, A. T. J. White, A. Hatch, P. H. Roseboom, M.
Brown, S. T. Warren.
429
F Airborne particulate matter exposure modifies
the canonical MAP-kinase pathway: From methylomic
analysis to biological implications.
J. J. Carmona, T.
Sofer, L. Cantone, B. Coull, A. Maity, J. Schwartz, X. Lin,
A. Baccarelli.
430
T Epigenomic fetal programming: identifying
genomic sites differentially methylated after exposure
to maternal gestational diabetes and responsive to its
treatment.
A. A. Houde, S. M. Ruchat, C. Allard, P. Perron,
J. P. Baillargeon, J. St-Pierre, D. Gaudet, D. Brisson, M. F.
Hivert, L. Bouchard.
431
F Convergence of genetic, epigenetic and
environmental factors on CpG-SNPs associated with
human disorders: implications for transcriptional
regulation in human brain.
D. R. Sarkisyan, I. Bazov, M.
M. H. Taqi, H. Watanabe, O. Kononenko, V. Tashbulatov, T.
Yakovleva, G. Bakalkin.
432
T Methylation analysis in tongue tissue of BWS
patients identifies the (epi)genetic cause in 3 patient
with normal methylation levels of
H19
and
KCNQ1OT1
in
blood.
M. Alders, S. M. Maas, D. M. Kadouch, K. van der Lip,
H. J. Bliek, C. M. A. M. van der Horst, M. M. A. M. Mannens.
433
F An integrated epigenomic-transcriptomic-
genetic analysis of schizophrenia brain identifies novel
molecular pathways to disease.
J. Mill, R. Pidsley, J.
Viana, A. Jeffries, C. Wong, C. Troakes, L. Schalkwyk.
434
T Whole genome bisulfite sequencing of cell
free DNA and its cellular contributors links placenta
hypomethylated domains to gene deserts.
T. Jensen,
S. Kim, C. Chin, Z. Zhu, T. Lu, C. Deciu, D. van den Boom,
M. Ehrich.