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POSTER SESSIONS
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1856
W Cryptic relatedness in epidemiologic
collections accessed for genetic association studies.
J. Malinowski, R. Goodloe, K. Brown-Gentry, D. C.
Crawford.
1857
T IBDLD-3: A fast and parallelized software
package for IBD estimation from genomic data.
L. Han,
M. Abney.
1858
F Combinatorial conflicting homozygosity enables
the rapid identification of genetic linkage in the
presence of multiple phenocopies.
A. P. Levine, T. M.
Connor, D. D. Oygar, G. H. Neild, P. H. Maxwell, A. W.
Segal, D. P. Gale.
1859
W Investigating the importance of disparate
genetic influences ac oss African and European
descent populations.
T. de Candia, M. C. Keller.
1860
T Employing identity by descent to inform rare
variation in gene-based tests.
D. S. Park, C. Gignoux,
L. Fejerman, D. G. Torgerson, D. Hu, S. Huntsman, C. S.
Eng, E. G. Burchard, E. Ziv, N. Zaitlen.
1861
F Computationally-efficient long-range phasing
with very large datasets.
M. J. Barber, R. E. Curtis, K.
Noto, Y. Wang, J. M. Granka, N. M. Myres, J. K. Byrnes,
C. A. Ball, K. G. Chahine.
1862
W IBD mapping of autism microarray data.
G. Povysil, S. Hochreiter.
1863
T Individual perspective measures of population
structure.
X. Zheng, B. Weir.
1864
F Model-free estimation of IBD sharing
probabilities in admixed populations.
M. Conomos.
1865
W Homozygosity mapping combined with linkage
analysis in human families in the age of high-density
DNA variants.
J. Ott, Y. Li, E. Engle, S. Shaaban.
1866
T A statistical approach for variant calling using
pedigree information and phase informative reads.
K.
Kojima, N. Nariai, T. Mimori, M. Takahashi, Y. Yamaguchi-
Kabata, Y. Sato, M. Nagasaki.
1867
F Mathematical model explains gender differences in
intelligence by variation in mating preferences.
M. Nagel.
1868
W Accounting for model structure uncertainty
when predicting intervention effects from
observational data.
M. Rantalainen, C. C. Holmes.
1869
T A variance-component based approach to
pathway analysis in expression data.
E. E. Quillen, V. P.
Diego, E. Drigalenko, M. P. Johnson, J. W. MacCluer, T. D.
Dyer, E. K. Moses, M. C. Mahaney, J. E. Curran, H. H. H.
Göring, L. Almasy, J. Blangero.
1870
F Genetic pathways enriched with type 1 diabetes
suggest novel causal genes for type 1 diabetes.
M.
Evangelou, D. J. Smith, O. S. Burren, N. M. Walker, J. A.
Todd, C. Wallace.
1841
W Forensic inference via a Genome Parade.
Y. Chen, R. Xia, F. A. San Lucas, S. Vattathil, P. Scheet.
1842
T Discovery and replication of genetic interactions
for quantitative lipid traits.
E. R. Holzinger, M. Farrall, F.
Drenos, C. B. Moore, I. B. C. Lipid Working Group, S. Setia,
H. Watkins, F. W. Asselbergs, B. J. Keating, M. D. Ritchie.
1843
F Association analysis of gene-environment
interactions in lipid profile using exome sequence
data.
Z. He, G. Wang, S. Leal.
1844
W Meta-analysis identifies gene-by-envi onment
interactions as demonstrated in a study of 4,965 mice.
E. Kang, B. Han, N. Furlotte, J. Joo, D. Shih, R. Davis, A.
Lusis, E. Eskin.
1845
T GMDR: A conceptual framework for detection
of multifactor interactions underlying complex traits.
X. Lou.
1846
F Novel statistical framework for gene-
environment interaction.
A. R. Stefanescu, X. Wen.
1847
W Accounting for population structure in gene-by-
environment interactions in genome-wide association
studies using mixed models.
J. Sul, W. Yang, E. Kostem,
N. Furlotte, D. He, E. Eskin.
1848
T Improved detection of variants with main or
interaction effects using a robust location-scale
testing framework.
D. Soave, A. D. Paterson, L. J. Strug,
L. Sun.
1849
F Improved detection of genetic exposures with
unspecified e fect modifiers
T. L. Edwards, C. Li.
1850
W Genome-wide interaction study of dengue
shock syndrome.
L. Grange, J. F. Bureau, S. Sakuntabhai.
1851
T Gene-gene interaction detection using a two-
stage model.
Z. Wang, J. Sul, S. Snir, J. Lozano, E. Eskin.
1852
F Long range phasing using consistency graphs of
identity by descent.
I. Pe’er, H. R. Shokri, P. F. Palamara.
1853
W The relationship between common
environmental and genetic effects on human gene
splicing and expression.
A. Battle, D. Knowles,
S. Mostafavi, X. Zhu, J. B. Potash, M. M. Weissman,
C. McCormick, C. D. Haudenschild, K. B. Beckman,
J. Shi, R. Mei, A. E. Urban, D. F. Levinson, D. Koller,
S. B. Montgomery.
1854
T Within-gene interactions in GWAS identifies
novel susceptibility loci: The WTCCC data revisited.
N. Sharaf Eldin, Q. Liu, S. Jabbari, L. Wang, C. Franco-
Villalobos, S. Mahasirimongkol, H. Yanai, L. J. Martin, K.
Tokunaga, Y. Yasui.
1855
F Applications of hidden Markov models with
conditional emission probabilities to identify regions of
identity-by-descent in whole exome sequencing data.
M. Kimmel, S. Hicks, S. E. Plon.