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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
1262
W Genome-wide scan identifies candidate loci for
gene-gene interactions affecting relationships between
A
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42,
p-tau, and disease status.
M. T. W. Ebbert, P. G.
Ridge, K. Boehme, M. Bailey, C. Cruchaga, A. Goate, S.
Bertelsen, C. D. Corcoran, T. Maxwell, J. S. K. Kauwe,
Alzheimer’s Disease Genetic Consortium.
1263
T Family-based genome-wide association study
of resting EEG identifies
UROC1
and neurotransmitter
biosynthetic process.
S. Kang, M. Rangaswamy,
D. Chorlian, N. Manz, B. Porjesz, COGA Collaborators.
1264
F Association between rs10520400 and caudate
nucleus asymmetry in Alzheimer’s disease and mild
cognitive impairment.
M. E. Renteria, P. Rajagopalan,
S. E. Medland, S. K. Madsen, J. L. Stein, D. P. Hibar,
N. G. Martin, M. J. Wright, P. M. Thompson, Alzheimer’s
Disease Neuroimaging Initiative.
1265
W Scan for rare copy-number variation in
11,850
Swedish schizophrenia samples suggests
novel susceptibility loci and provides evidence
for convergence with regions of common variant
association.
C. O’Dushlaine, J. Szatkiewicz, J. Moran,
K. Chambert, A. Kähler, C. Hultman, P. Sklar, S. Purcell,
S. McCarroll, P. Sullivan.
1266
T Genome-wide association study for domain-
specific cognitive function
H. Milo Rasouly, J. Chung,
R. Au, L. A. Farrer, G. Jun.
1267
F Williams syndrome: Ribosomal profiling eveals
genome-wide alterations in protein synthesis.
R. Weiss,
L. Dai, J. R. Korenberg.
1268
W A genome-wide association study of epilepsy in
a multi-ethnic cohort.
J. P. Bradfield, Z. Wei, C. Kim, R.
Chiavacci, F. Mentch, W. Lo, M. R. Sperling, D. J. Dlugos,
T. N. Ferraro, R. J. Buono, H. Hakonarson.
1269
T Analysis of onset age in late-onset Alzheimer
disease genome-wide association data identifies
novel onset age loci and confirms the p edominance
of
APOE
.
A. C. Naj, G. Jun, C. Reitz, B. Kunkle, W.
Perry, Y. S. Park, G. W. Beecham, R. Rajbhandary, K. L.
Hamilton-Nelson, L. S. Wang, J. S. K. Kauwe, E. R. Martin,
J. L. Haines, R. Mayeux, L. A. Farrer, G. D. Schellenberg,
M. A. Pericak-Vance, Alzheimer’s Disease Genetics
Consortium.
1270
F Mapping autism spectrum disorder
susceptibility loci in Hispanic or Latino populations.
Y. S. Park, N. Dueker, J. Jaworski, I. Konidari, P. L.
Whitehead, C. D. Bustamante, J. L. Haines, M. A. Pericak-
Vance, M. L. Cuccaro, E. R. Martin.
1271
W Genome-wide association study of age at
onset of alcohol dependence in large COGA families.
M. Kapoor, J. C. Wang, L. Wetherill, S. Bertelsen,
J. Budde, L. Nhung, A. Agrawal, V. Hesselbrock, J. Rice,
J. Nurnberger, L. Bierut, T. Foroud, A. Goate.
1272
T Genetic determinants of the natural history
of Alzheimer’s.
X. Wang, O. L. Lopez, R. A. Sweet,
M. M. Barmada, F. Y. Demirci, M. I. Kamboh.
1251
T The NINDS Repository: A unique resource
of patient-derived, highly characterized primary
fib oblasts and induced pluripotent stem cells for
neurodegenerative disease research.
C. A. Pérez, S.
Heil, S. Gandre-Babbe, C. Rhoda, K. Panckeri, M. Self,
K. Hodges, M. Shutherland, R. A. Corriveau, C. Tarn.
1252
F Understanding the risk pathway from
GABRA2
to alcoholism: Effects of personality, brain,
development and gene x environment interactions.
M. Burmeister, S. Villafuerte, E. M. Trucco, M. Heitzeg,
R. A. Zucker.
1253
W Investigation of maternal stress among women
who carry the FMR1 premutation who are mothers of
a child with fragile X syndrome: Involvement of the
corticotrophin-releasing hormone receptor 1 gene
to impact maternal well-being.
J. E. Hunter, A. Lori,
D. Hamilton, L. Shubeck, A. Abramowitz, J. F. Cubells,
S. L. Sherman.
1254
T Advanced paternal age is associated with earlier
onset of schizophrenia in the affected siblings of
multiplex families.
W. J. Chen, S. H. Wang, C. K. Hsiao,
C. M. Liu, H. G. Hwu.
1255
F Parents and teachers report on different aspect
of children’s and adolescent’s conduct disorder and
hyperactivity/inattention behavior.
X. W. Zhang, P. C.
Sham, S. S. Cherny, H. Q. Meng, Y. X. Fu, Y. Huang, T. Li.
1256
W Association of
APOE
polymorphism and
stressful life events with dementia in the Pakistani
population.
M. Chaudhry, S. Hasnain, B. Snitz, X. Wang,
D. Winger, L. Wang, S. Rosenthal, F. Y. Demirci, M. I.
Kamboh.
1257
T Association between MAOA and aggressive
behavior in adolescents receiving the pharmaceutical
treatment lisdexamfetamine dimesylate for ADHD
symptoms.
K. A. Nelson, A. Stoker, P. Huizenga, S.
Weaver, T. Jung, E. A. Ehli, T. J. Soundy, K. Bohlen, Y. Hu,
G. E. Davies.
1258
F Psychosocial factors are correlated with
gender-sensitive differences in relative telomere
length in Han Chinese university undergraduates.
O. Yim, M. Monakhov, X. Zhang, P. S. Lai, S. H. Chew,
R. P. Ebstein.
1259
W A translational approach for cocaine abuse:
From man to mouse to man.
R. F. Clark, E. Solano,
M. J. Edlund, N. R. Garge, E. O. Johnson.
1260
T The impact of the metabotropic glutamate
receptor and other gene family interaction networks
on the autism spectrum disorders.
D. Hadley, Z. Wu, C.
Kao, A. Kini, A. Mohamed-Hadley, K. Thomas, L. Vazquez,
H. Qiu, F. Mentch, R. Pellegrino, C. Kim, J. Glessner, H.
Hakonarson, Autism Genome Project Consortium.
1261
F The potential use of uncommon variants in
GWAS data sets of pedigrees with autism spectrum
disorders.
H. Z. Wang, H. Qin, K. Ahn, W. Guo, Y. Y.
Shugart.