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POSTER SESSIONS
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649
F Identification of enhance -promoter interactions
in the mammalian genome.
Y.-C. Hwang, Q. Zheng, C.-F.
Lin, O. Valladares, B. D. Gregory, L.-S. Wang.
650
W Small introns of fi efly luciferases: Structural
characterization and their insufficient substrates for
splicing in CHO cells.
M. Ishii, R. Kojima, S. Fukuda, Y.
Tanji, M. Sakaguchi, Y. Sugahara, M. Kamaya, F. Oyama.
651
T A comprehensive genomic landscape of NRSF
binding in various cell types.
P. Jain, F. P. Behn, G. M.
Cooper, R. M. Myers.
652
F Distal co-regulated regions are crucial for human
phenotypes.
K. J. Karczewski, A. Battle, D. Knowles, M.
Snyder, S. B. Montgomery.
653
W Regulatory motif centric validation, dissection,
and construction of transcriptional enhancers.
P.
Kheradpour, J. Ernst, A. Melnikov, P. Rogov, L. Wang, X.
Zhang, J. Alston, T. S. Mikkelsen, M. Kellis.
654
T Discovery and analysis of over 50,000 common
functional regulatory variants in the human genome.
M. T. Maurano, E. Haugen, E. Rynes, R. Humbert, J. A.
Stamatoyannopoulos.
655
F The impact of post-mortem sample collection
on gene expression in the genotype-tissue expression
project.
T. R. Young, D. S. DeLuca, G. Getz, K. Ardlie,
GTEx Consortium.
656
W Human transcriptome landscape characterized
by deep RNA sequencing in 957 individuals.
X. Zhu, S.
Mostafavi, A. Battle, K. Beckman, C. Haudenschild, C.
McCormick, D. Koller, A. E. Urban, D. F. Levinson, S. B.
Montgomery.
657
T Chromatin enhancer maps in early differentiating
T helper cells reveal regulatory SNPs associated with
autoimmune diseases.
D. Hawkins, A. Larjo, S. Tripathi,
U. Wagner, Y. Luu, S. Raghav, L. Lee, S. Raghav, R. Lund,
B. Ren, H. Lahdesmaki, R. Lahesmaa.
658
F Analysis of allele specific exp ession in mouse
liver by RNA-seq: Marked differences compared to
cis-eQTL identified using genetic linkage
P.-F. Roux,
S. Lagarrigue, L. Martin, F. Hormozdiari, A. van Nas, O.
Demeure, A. Ghazalpour, E. Eskin, A. J. Lusis.
659
W A large-scale transcriptome study in the
Sardinian population.
M. Pala, M. Marongiu, Z. Zappala,
A. Mulas, R. Cusano, F. Crobu, F. Reinier, R. Berutti, M. G.
Piras, C. Jones, D. Schlessinger, G. Abecasis, A. Angius,
S. Sanna, F. Cucca, S. Montgomery.
660
T ChIP-Enrich analysis of ENCODE ChIP-seq
data reveals biological and technical insights into the
regulation of pathways.
M. A. Sartor, R. G. Cavalcante,
C. Lee, N. A. Comment, S. Ramdas, N. M. Dehaan, R. P.
Welch, S. Patil, L. J. Scott.
661
F Establishing an eQTL map of the Japanese
population.
M. Narahara, F. Matsuda, K. Higasa, Y.
Tabara, T. Kawaguchi, R. Yamada.
636
T Paired eQTL analysis of monocytes and
differentiated macrophages.
S. Makino, V. Naranbhai, J.
Knight, B. Fairfax.
637
F Human cytomegalovirus pUL23 protein
potentially associated with viral latency.
H. Li, B. Zeng,
J. Li, H. Liu, Y. Ran, Y. Li, T. Zhou, Z. Deng.
638
W Resolving regulatory genetic variants in severe
sepsis due to community acquired pneumonia by
mapping context specific exp ession quantitative trait
loci.
E. E. Davenport, J. Radhakrishnan, P. Humburg, T.
Mills, P. Hutton, C. Garrard, C. Hinds, J. C. Knight, GAinS
Investigators.
639
T A comparative transcriptome analysis identifies
FGF23-regulated genes in HEK293 cells stably
expressing KLOTHO.
S. Diener, T. Schwarzmayr, A.
Schmittfull, T. Wieland, B. Lorenz-Depiereux, T. M. Strom.
640
F Circulating miRNAs associated with high altitude
sickness at the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau.
N. E. Buroker,
X.-H. Ning, Z.-N. Zhou, K. Li, W.-J. Cen, X.-F. Wu, W.-Z.
Zhu, C. R. Scott, S. H. Chen.
641
W Genetic and epigenetic regulation of human
lincRNAs gene expression variation.
K. Popadin, M.
Gutierrez-Arcelus, E. T. Dermitzakis, S. E. Antonarakis.
642
T Heritability of gene expression levels in genome-
wide analyses.
T. Huan, C. Liu, R. Joehanes, X. Zhang,
M. Larson, B. Chen, C. Yao, A. Johnson, P. Munson, P.
Courchesne, C. O’Donnell, D. Levy.
643
F Cis and trans effects of human variations on gene
expression.
J. Bryois, A. Buil, D. M. Evans, J. P. Kemp,
S. B. Montgomery, D. F. Conrad, K. M. Ho, S. Ring, M.
Hurles, P. Deloukas, G. D. Smith, E. T. Dermitzakis.
644
W Common genetic variation within transcription
factor binding sites is associated with bipolar disorder.
D. T. W. Chen, N. Akula, L. Hou, L. Jing, G. Hawariat,
S. Detera-Wadleigh, X. Jiang, BiGs Consortium, F. J.
McMahon.
645
T Effect of transcription factor binding variation
depends on genomic context.
D. A. Cusanovich, B.
Pavlovic, J. K. Pritchard, Y. Gilad.
646
F Localizing ancient causal regulatory variants
from global genetic analyses of gene expression.
M. K.
DeGorter, S. B. Montgomery.
647
W Regulatory function of
CACNA1C
schizophrenia-
associated variants.
N. Eckart, R. Wang, M.
Szymanski-Pierce, M. Zeledon, S. Goswami, D. Valle, D.
Avramopoulos.
648
T Extensive variation in chromatin states across
human individuals and populations.
F. Grubert, M.
Kasowski, S. Kyriazopoulou-Panagiotopoulou, J. Zaugg,
A. Kundaje, Y. Liu, A. Boyle, Q. Zhang, F. Zakharia, D.
Spacek, J. Li, D. Xie, L. Steinmetz, M. Kellis, S. Batzoglou,
M. Snyder.