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1737
T A flexible association model for the analysis of
multiple diseases, and its application to inflammatory
bowel disease.
L. Jostins, G. A. McVean, International
IBD Genetics Consortium.
1738
F Association study of genetic polymorphisms of
SLC5A11
and
ISYNA1
gene with the risk of neural tube
defects in a high-risk Chinese population.
J. Guo, J. H.
Wang, X. W. Wang, C. Ji, Z. Guan, Q. Xie, Z. Q. Zhu, B.
Niu, T. Zhang.
1739
W Established susceptibility loci do not infer
cognitive impairment as measured by TICS-M in
multiple sclerosis patients.
M. F. George, E. Elboudwarej,
F. B. S. Briggs, H. Quach, R. Whitmer, L. Shen, A.
Bernstein, C. Schaefer, L. F. Barcellos.
1740
T The role of rare genetic variants in host genetic
control of anti-mycobacterial immunity.
J. Manry, A.
Cobat, E. Schurr.
1741
F The empirical assessment of statistical power of
rare variant association methods.
K. Hao, H. Chen, H.
Zhou, C. Molony, H. Dai.
1742
W Enhanced ability to replicate findings as a
rationale for conducting marker-set tests.
J. Arbet,
K. Grinde, C. Fu, A. Benitez, M. O’Connell, N. Tintle.
1743
T Maximizing the power in principal components
analysis of correlated phenotypes.
H. Aschard, B.
Vilhjalmsson, C. Wu, N. Greliche, P. E. Morange, B. Wolpin,
D. A. Tregouet, P. Kraft.
1744
F What now? Post-hoc approaches for gene-
based, rare variant tests of association.
A. Benitez, J.
Arbet, K. Grinde, C. Fu, M. O’Connell, N. Tintle.
1745
W FARVAT: A fast and efficient ra e variant
association tool for dichotomous trait with extended
families.
S. Choi, S. Lee, M. M. Nöthen, C. Lange, T. Park,
S. Won.
1746
T 8q24 Risk alleles and prostate cancer in African-
Barbadian men.
C. D. Cropp, C. M. Robbins, A. J. M.
Hennis, J. D. Carpten, L. Waterman, R. Worrell, J. M. Trent,
M. C. Leske, S. Y. Wu, J. E. Bailey-Wilson, B. Nemesure.
1747
F Powerful methods for including genotype
uncertainty in tests of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.
C. Fu, M. O’Connell, A. Benitez, J. Arbet, K. Grinde, K. Liu,
A. Luedtke, A. Beck, N. Tintle.
1748
W A clustering approach for mapping rare variants
based on mutual association.
S. Ghosh, S. Deb.
1749
T Evaluating the impact of genotype errors
and uncertainty on gene-based rare variant tests of
association.
K. Grinde, C. Fu, J. Arbet, A. Benitez, M.
O’Connell, N. Tintle.
1750
F Meta-analysis of gene-level associations for
rare variants based on single-variant statistics.
Y. J.
Hu, S. I. Berndt, S. Gustafsson, A. Ganna, J. Hirschhorn,
K. E. North, E. Ingelsson, D. Y. Lin, Genetic Investigation
of ANthropometric Traits (GIANT) Consortium.
1723
F Hearing function and loss: A complex multistep
strategy to identify genetics and environmental
factors.
G. Girotto, D. Vuckovic, A. Buniello, K. Steel,
P. Gasparini.
1724
W GWAS on an admixed Chilean sample of
cases and controls to identify the genetic basis of
the phenotypic variability in 22q11 microdeletion
syndrome.
S. Eyheramendy, F. Manevy, M. Ramirez,
C. Vial, K. Espinoza, J. C. Rivera, G. Repetto.
1725
T Multi-step LASSO approach identifies a
chromosomal segment associated with working
memory.
V. Freytag, L. Gschwind, A. Milnik, D. de
Quervain, A. Papassotiropoulos, C. Vogler.
1726
F Genetic dynamic model for temporal
quantitative trait with both GWAS and next-generation
sequencing data.
G. Zewdie, M. Xiong.
1727
W Does haplotype tests gain more power than
collapsing tests in pedigree-based association studies
for detecting rare variants.
W. Guo, Y. Yao.
1728
T Localization of causal variants at loci with
multiple signals of association.
F. Hormozdiari,
E. Kostem, E. Kang, B. Pasaniuc, E. Eskin.
1729
F A phenome-wide association study exploration
of multiple traits at baseline in AIDS clinical trial group
protocols.
C. B. Moore, A. Verma, D. H. Johnson, E. S.
Daar, R. M. Gulick, R. Haubrich, G. K. Robbins, S. A.
Pendergrass, D. Haas, M. Ritchie.
1730
W Fast and robust association testing for
high-throughput testing.
Y. H. Zhou, F. A. Wright.
1731
T A novel general framework for imaging genetics
analysis with next-generation sequencing data.
N. Lin,
M. Chen, M. Xiong.
1732
F A Bayesian approach to expression quantitative
trait loci mapping based on biological pathway
knowledge.
I. S. Chang, T. Y. Chen, C. H. Chen, C. A.
Hsiung.
1733
W A novel exact test for association for small
sample case-control studies.
L. Ehwerhemuepha, S.
Alexandria, C. Rakovski.
1734
T SNPx: Fast testing of SNPxSNP interactions
using only summary statistic data.
S. Bacanu, T. Bigdeli,
D. Lee.
1735
F Efficient and powerful set tests using phenotype
prediction.
C. Lippert, C. Kadie, J. Listgarten, D.
Heckerman.
1736
W Analyzing genome-wide associations with
high dimensional phenotypes in the GALA II study.
C. R. Gignoux, J. M. Galanter, K. A. Drake, H. Aschard,
D. G. Torgerson, L. A. Roth, S. S. Oh, P. Kraft, C. D.
Bustamante, N. A. Zaitlen, E. G. Burchard, GALA II
Investigators.