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POSTER SESSIONS
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POSTER SESSIONS
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ednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will pr
esent
1003
T Bivariate analysis of blood pressure traits in
Danish and Chinese twins.
S. Li, T. A. Kruse, K. O. Kyvik.
1004
F The genetic architecture of schizophrenia in the
Swedish schizophrenia study.
E. A. Stahl, S. H. Lee, G.
Moser, S. Ripke, D. M. Ruderfer, S. M. Purcell, P. Sklar, C.
Hultman, P. F. Sullivan.
1005
W Heritability contribution of gut microbiome to
metabolic traits in mice.
E. Kostem, E. Org, B. Parks, R.
Knight, J. Lusis, E. Eskin.
1006
T Proteomic and bioinformatics analysis of the
endolysosomal pathway: Deciphering the insulin
receptor Golgi/endosome subnetwork.
M. B. Djidjou, C.
Landry, R. Laframboise, R. Faure.
1007
F Transcriptomics of natural resistance to SIV
infection in wild African green monkey populations in
Africa.
A. Jasinska, D. Ma, N. Tran, C. Blum, P. Turner, T.
Grobler, Y. Jung, C. A. Schmitt, M. Dion, M. Antonio, G.
Coppola, I. Pandrea, C. Apetrei, N. Freimer.
1008
W Knockdown of zebrafish
crispld2
results in
craniofacial defects and abnormal NCC migration.
Q.
Yuan, E. C. Swindell, J. T. Hecht.
1009
T Whole genome analysis in fib omyalgia suggests
a role for the central nervous system in disease
susceptibility.
E. Docampo, G. Escaramis, M. Gratacos, S.
Villatoro, A. Puig, M. Kogevinas, A. Collado, J. Carbonell,
J. Rivera, J. Vidal, J. Alegre, R. Rabionet, X. Estivill.
1010
F Sex-specific heritability of traits elated to
human obesity in rhesus macaques.
A. Vinson, A. D.
Mitchell, D. Toffey, M. J. Raboin.
1011
W Gene expression changes in response to
paraquat and caffeine in a
Drosophila
model of
Parkinson’s disease.
E. M. Hill-Burns, P. Ganguly, W. T.
Wissemann, W. J. Wolfgang, H. Payami.
1012
T Probing the Gaucher/Parkinson link by crossing
different mouse models.
N. Tayebi, E. Maniwang, R.
Tamargo, Y. Blech-Hermoni, N. Moaven, E. Aflaki, B.
Berhe, E. Sidransky.
1013
F eQTL mapping of genes differentially expressed in
the lung of COPD patients reveals new genes associated
with disease susceptibility.
M. Lamontagne, C. Couture,
M. Laviolette, Y. Bossé, Merck-Laval-UBC-Groningen.
1014
W Generation of a cre recombinase-conditional
Nos1ap
overexpression transgenic mouse for modeling
QT interval variation.
D. R. Auer, P. Sysa-Shah, D. Bedja,
J. Simmers, E. Pak, A. Dutra, R. Cohn, K. L. Gabrielson, A.
Chakravarti, A. Kapoor.
1015
T Generation and characterization of
NLGN2
R215H knock-in mice as a model of schizophrenia.
C.
H. Chen, H. M. Liao, C. C. Yeh, Y. L. Chao.
1016
F Identifying pathway-level pleiotropic effects in
pancreatic cancer and Crohn’s disease.
K. Aquino-
Michaels, E. R. Gamazon, P. Evans, V. Trubetskoy, F.
Innocenti, K. Owzar, H. K. Im, N. J. Cox.
990
W Investigation of classical human leukocyte
antigens (HLA) and expression quantitative trait loci
within the HLA region in association with Parkinson’s
disease.
H. Payami, W. Wissemann, E. Hill-Burns, C.
Zabetian, S. Factor, N. Patsopoulos, B. Hoglund, C.
Holcomb, G. Thomson, H. Erlich.
991
T Identification of candidate psoriasis susceptibilit
alleles within an
HLA-C
enhancer element.
R. C. Trembath,
A. Clop, A. Bertoni, S. L. Spain, M. A. Simpson, V. Pullabhatla,
R. Tonda, C. Hundhausen, P. Di Meglio, P. De Jong, A.
Hayday, F. O. Nestle, J. N. Barker, R. J. A. Bell, F. Capon.
992
F Joint eQTL analysis in multiple tissues, accounting
for heterogeneity and incomplete subject overlap.
G. Li,
A. A. Shabalin, I. Rusyn, F. A. Wright, A. B. Nobel.
993
W Role of common genetic polymorphisms in
transgenerational inheritance of inherent as well as
acquired traits in budding yeast.
Z. Zhu, Q. Lu, D. Yuan,
Y. Li, X. Man, Y. Zhu, S. Huang.
994
T Evidence for a genetic contribution to rotator cuff
disease in a new population genealogy at the Veterans
Administration.
C. C. Teerlink, J. M. Farnham, L. J. Meyer,
L. A. Cannon-Albright.
995
F High-dimensional genetic prediction of type-2
diabetes susceptibility.
Y. Klimentidis, A. Vazquez, G. de
los Campos, D. Allison.
996
W Investigating missing heritability and improving
risk prediction with maximally free marginal models of
phenotype.
N. Zaitlen, T. Wingo, A. Gusev, D. J. Cutler.
997
T Life course variations in the heritability of body
size.
J. Zhao, J. A. Luan, S. J. Sharp, R. Hardy, A. Wong,
Q. Tan, N. J. Wareham, D. Kuh, K. K. Ong.
998
F Quantifying missing heritability from known GWAS
loci and rare coding variants.
A. Gusev, B. M. Neale, G.
Bhatia, N. Zaitlen, B. J. Vilhjalmsson, D. Diogo, E. A. Stahl, P.
K. Gregersen, J. Worthington, L. Klareskog, S. Raychaudhuri,
R. Plenge, B. Pasaniuc, P. F. Sullivan, A. L. Price.
999
W Assessing the impact of coding variants on lipid
levels with the Exomechip.
K. E. Stirrups, N. Masca, T.
V. Varga, R. Scott, L. Southam, W. Zhang, D. Pasko, A.
Mahajan, S. Kanoni, UK Exomechip Lipids Consortium.
1000
T Narrowing the gap on heritability of common
disease by direct estimation in case-control GWAS.
D.
Golan, S. Rosset.
1001
F GWAS data-based heritability estimation of
memory related phenotypes.
C. Vogler, V. Freytag, A.
Milnik, L. Gschwind, D. Coynel, A. Heck, D. de Quervain,
A. Papassotiropoulos.
1002
W Polygenic analysis of type II diabetes in the
DIAGRAMv3 GWAS meta-analysis, and partitioning of
polygenic signal in tissue-specifically active genes
A.
L. Dobbyn, B. F. Voight, E. E. Kenny, J. Jeff, P. Roussos, O.
Gottesman, A. Morris, R. Loos, E. Bottinger, S. Raychaudhuri,
M. McCarthy, E. A. Stahl, DIAGRAM Consortium.