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W Protein altering variants found in ciliary and
polarity genes in biliary atresia patients.
E. A. Tsai,
C. M. Grochowski, L. D. Leonard, R. P. Matthews, K. M.
Loomes, B. A. Haber, N. B. Spinner, M. Devoto.
T Vascular tone pathway in relation to primary
open angle: Results from the NEIGHBORHOOD
L. Pasquale, S. Loomis, J. Kang, J.
Bailey, J. Haines, B. Yaspan, M. Hauser, J. Wiggs,
F Polygenetic risk model suggests a protective
effect of lipid genes on plasma glucose and HbA1c
J. Fu, N. Li, M. van der Sijder, C. Wijmenga, H.
Snieder, M. H. Hofker.
W Molecular intermediate phenotype mapping of
IL-6 and TNF
levels reveals genes critical for chronic
systemic inflammation
S. J. Schrodi, D. David, J. K.
Meece, D. A. Vasco, J. J. Mazza, M. H. Brilliant, J. A. Smith.
T Uncovering the genetic architecture of complex
traits using network approaches.
J. Choi, C. Cotsapas.
F Topological analysis of heterogeneous domain
knowledge networks prioritizes genes associated with
complex diseases.
D. S. Himmelstein, S. E. Baranzini.
W Novel approach using gene set enrichment
based on human genome-wide association study data
implicates FXR/RXR activation as a common pathway
affecting blood lipids levels and nonalcoholic fatty
liver disease.
Y. M. Puentes, C. C. Powell, L. M. Yerges-
Armstrong, M. F. Feitosa, L. F. Bielak, A. V. Smith, T. B.
Harris, J. Liu, S. K. Musani, I. B. Borecki, P. A. Peyser, E. K.
Speliotes, GOLD Consortium.
T Identification of disease- elevant pathways
among exome variants with a gene network based on
the semantic similarity of mouse phenotypes.
F. Honti,
C. Webber.
F Gene-set enrichment analysis of gene
expression associations with acute asthma control
hints at candidate drug pathways.
D. C. Croteau-
Chonka, W. Qiu, V. J. Carey, S. T. Weiss, B. A. Raby,
Asthma BioRepository for Integrative Genomic Exploration
Asthma BRIDGE) Consortium.
W Gene set signature of leprosy reversal reaction
type 1.
M. Orlova, A. Cobat, N. Thu Huong, N. N. Ba,
N. V. Thuc, J. Spencer, Y. Nédélec, L. Barreiro, V. H. Thai,
L. Abel, A. Alcaïs, E. Schurr.
T Characterizing variation in inter-individual
immune response by asthma and allergic disease
status in a founder population.
M. Stein, C. Hrusch, G.
Alkorta-Aranburu, K. A. Bailey, M. Çaliskan, C. Igartua, C.
Kagan, K. Ross, E. E. Thompson, A. Sperling, C. Ober.
F Gene network analysis with GWAS data
identifies novel lung function gene set
J. Li, B. A. Ong,
J. M. McDonough, Z. Wei, C. Kim, R. Chiavacci, F. Mentch,
J. B. Caboot, J. Spergel, J. L. Allen, P. M. A. Sleiman, H.
W Cell-specific enrichment metrics for overlap of
signals from GWAS with DNase hypersensitivity sites.
D. Chasman, F. Giulianini, on behalf of CKDGen and BP
Metabochip-ICBP Consortia.
T Downregulation of the acetyl CoA metabolic
network in visceral and subcutaneous adipose
tissue of diabetic but not healthy obese individuals.
H. Dharuri, P. A. C. ‘t Hoen, J. B. van Klinken, P. Henneman,
J. F. J. Laros, M. Lips, H. Pijl, K. Willems van Dijk, V. van
F Primary progressive versus bout onset multiple
sclerosis: GWAS and pathway-network analysis.
G. Giacalone, F. Clarelli, P. Brambilla, A. Osiceanu, M.
Sorosina, V. Martinelli, M. Leone, S. D’Alfonso, G. Comi,
F. Martinelli Boneschi.
W Genome-wide analyses of
occupancy across multiple cell lines point to genetic
networks underpinning complex traits.
M. E. Johnson,
J. Zhao, J. Schug, S. Deliard, Q. Xia, V. Guy, J. Sainz, K. H.
Kaestner, A. D. Wells, S. F. A. Grant.
T Pathway analysis reveals new insights to
genetic risk for multiple sclerosis among smokers.
H. Quach, F. B. S. Briggs, L. Shen, C. Schaefer,
L. F. Barcellos.
F Regulatory networks reveal directed pathways
enriched in disease-associated SNVs in complex
G. Quon, S. Feizi, D. Marbach, M. Mendoza,
M. Kellis.
W Currarino syndrome: Searching for factors
modifying expression of
I. Holm, T. Monclair,
B. Stadheim, K. L. Eiklid.
T Analysis of
s role in the craniofacial
and neurological features of Williams-Beuren
syndrome indicates an epigenetic control function.
S. J. Palmer, C. P. Canales, P. Carmona-Mora,
F. Tomasetig, J. Widagdo, A. C. Y. Wong, G. D. Housley,
P. Kaur, I. Smyth, A. J. Hannan, P. W. Gunning, E. C.
F A disease module captures novel candidate
genes and pathways for asthma.
A. Sharma, J. Menche,
S. Ghiassian, A.-L. Barabási.
W The generation of sex-specific allergy
networks: Validation that allergic disease has sexual
dimorphic origins.
J. Lasky-Su, W. Qiu, V. Carey, S.
Weiss, B. Raby, D. DeMeo.
T Gene network analysis of candidate loci for
human anorectal malformations.
M. Garcia-Barcelo, E.
H. M. Wong, C. H. Ng, V. C. Lui, M. T. So, S. S. Cherny, P.
C. Sham, P. K. Tam.
F Comparison of gene expression induced by
HIV-1 GAG peptides specific to HLA-A*01:01 an
B*07:02 in PBMCs by mRNA-seq analysis.
L. R. Liu,
P. LaCap, R. Capina, B. Liang, B. Fristensky, B. Ball,
F. Plummer, M. Luo.