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POSTER SESSIONS
W=W
ednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will pr
esent
499
F Exploring the role of
NLRP7
in reprogramming
of CpG methylation in the oocyte and early embryo.
S. Mahadevan, S. Wen, Y. Wooi, Z. Liu, M. Kyba, B.
Sadikovic, I. Van den Veyver.
500
T Epigenetic effects of the endocrine disruptor
phthalate: Influence of the genetic backg ound.
A. Paoloni-Giacobino, C. Stouder, E. Somm.
501
F Establishing induced pluripotent stem cell-
derived neurons as an appropriate cellular model
for studying mechanisms of myoclonus-dystonia.
K.
Freimann, A. Westenberger, P. Seibler, A. Weissbach, N.
Brueggemann, K. Lohmann, C. Klein, A. Gruenewald.
502
T Full resolution DNA methylome analysis in
multiple tissues from twins.
S. Busche, M. Caron, T.
Kwan, V. Forgettta, B. Ge, S. Westfall, J. Qi, M.-M. Simon,
J. T. Bell, MuTHER Consortium, UK10K Consortium, J.
B. Richards, G. Bourque, M. Lathrop, P. Deloukas, T. D.
Spector, T. Pastinen, E. Grundberg.
503
F Epigenome-wide association study on identical
twins discordant for birth weight.
Q. Tan, M. Frost, L.
Christiansen.
504
T Identification of a di ferentially methylated locus
in monozygotic twins discordant for esophageal
atresia.
L. Boutaud de la Combe, A. Pelet, C. Bole, J.
Tost, W. Carpentier, N. Cagnard, R. Smigiel, V. Rousseau,
F. Gaudrin, J. Amiel, S. Lyonnet.
505
F An epigenome-wide association study using
monozygotic twins identifies putative loci associated
with osteoporotic phenotypes.
V. Forgetta, W. Kirsten, P.
Deloukas, T. Spector, J. Bell, J. B. Richards.
506
T Analysis of the epigenetic interplay between
DNA methylation, histone modifications and gene
expression in monozygotic twins discordant for
psoriasis identified dys egulated disease-associated
genes.
R. Lyle, K. Gervin, G. D. Gilfillan, M. Hammerø, H.
S. Hjorthaug, A. O. Olsen, T. Hughes, J. R. Harris, D. E.
Undlien.
507
F Genome wide DNA methylation profiling of
monozygotic twins discordant for trisomy 21.
M. R.
Sailani, F. Santoni, A. Letourneau, P. Makrythanasis,
C. Borel, M. Guipponi, C. Gehrig, A. Vannier, S. E.
Antonarakis.
508
T DNA methylation analysis of the human X
chromosome in multiple tissues.
A. Cotton, M. Jones, C.
Chen, W. Wasserman, M. Kobor, C. Brown.
509
F Toward understanding the higher-order chromatin
organization at the human inactive X chromosome.
E. Darrow, B. Chadwick.
510
T The p.V37I exclusive genotype of
GJB2
:
A genetic
risk-indicator of postnatal permanent childhood
hearing impairment.
L. Li, J. Lu, Z. Tao, Q. Huang, Y.
Chai, X. Li, Z. Huang, Y. Li, M. Xiang, J. Yang, G. Yao, Y.
Wang, T. Yang, H. Wu.
485
F Gene-based association analysis of brain DNA
methylation with Alzheimer’s disease pathology using
random permutation.
L. Yu, G. Srivastava, L. Chibnik,
M. Eaton, S. Leurgans, A. Meissner, P. L. De Jager, D. A.
Bennett.
486
T Downregulated microRNA-199a-3p induces
aberrant DNA methylation in testicular cancer by
directly targeting
DNMT3A
.
B. Chen, S. Gu, Y. K. Suen,
L. Li, W. Y. Chan.
487
F The utility of DNA extracted from saliva for
methylation studies of psychiatric traits.
A. K. Smith,
V. Kilaru, T. Klengel, K. B. Mercer, K. N. Conneely, K. J.
Ressler, E. B. Binder.
488
T Rapid DNA methylation analysis of the
FXN
gene
in Friedreich ataxia cells and tissues.
S. Al-Mahdawi, C.
Sandi, M. A. Pook.
489
F Systematic classification of common disease
associated regulatory DNA variations by their
epigenomic relationship.
M. Dozmorov, C. Giles, J. Wren.
490
T Integrated epigenetic analysis of
APOBEC
gene
family in breast cancer.
Y. Zhang, R. Delahanty, W.
Zheng, J. Long.
491
F Role of CTCF in epigenetic regulation of 4qD4Z4
macrosatellite repeat.
J. Lim, J. M. Moore, N. A. Rabaia,
Y. D. Krom, S. J. Tapscott, S. M. van der Maarel, G. N.
Filippova.
492
T Subtelomeric deletions exert telomere position
effects on nearby genes.
J. Gerfen, H. M. Mason-Suares,
M. K. Rudd.
493
F Chromatin state characterization of GWAS results
of different neuropsychiatric traits is suggestive of
brain-specific as well as non-neu onal origins of
disease.
R. A. Ophoff, J. Ernst.
494
T Histone H2A variants: One family, different roles
in the human genome.
M. Y. Tolstorukov, J. A. Goldman,
C. Gilbert, V. Ogryzko, N. Volfovsky, R. M. Stephens, R. E.
Kingston, P. J. Park.
495
F Spread of repressive chromatin from the
expanded GAA trinucleotide repeat mutation
contributes to gene silencing in Friedreich ataxia.
Y. K.
Chutake, S. I. Bidichandani.
496
T Complex molecular findings in 11p15-associated
imprinting disorders require a broadening of testing
strategies.
M. Begemann, S. Spengler, L. Soellner, T.
Eggermann.
497
F Allelespecific analysis of putative imprinted gene
network members in human.
D. Prawitt, F. Bohne, D.
Langer, U. Martiné, K. Oexle, B. U. Zabel, T. Enklaar.
498
T The allelic expression of Gnas is affected by
mutations in
Mecp2
and maternal strain.
H. Stitik, R. D.
O’Connor, A. Kumar, N. C. Schanen.