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POSTER SESSIONS
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1886
W GEE-based kernel association test in family
based sequencing studies.
X. Wang, S. Lee, T. Cai, T. W.
Yu, C. A. Walsh, X. Lin.
1887
T Comparisons of the power functions and
asymptotic relative efficiencies of empirical genetic
relationship kernels in heritability and association
testing.
V. P. Diego, M. Almeida, J. Peralta, T. D. Dyer, J.
W. Kent, Jr., J. T. Williams, L. Almasy, H. H. H. Göring, R.
Duggirala, J. Blangero.
1888
F A DNA variant caller adapted to assess
mitochondrial DNA variation in lymphocytes from 2,000
Sardinians.
J. Ding, C. Sidore, O. Meirelles, M. K. Wing,
F. Busonero, R. Nagaraja, F. Cucca, G. R. Abecasis, D.
Schlessinger.
1889
W Understanding the limits of pooled next-
generation sequencing to identify causal modifier variant
in cystic fib osis.
J. Gong, F. Lin, T. Chiang, K. Keenan, M.
Miller, D. Soave, W. Li, L. Sun, J. Rommens, L. Strug.
1890
T Accurate local ancestry inference in exome
sequenced admixed individuals using off target
sequence reads.
Y. Hu, C. Willer, X. Zhan, H. Kang,
G. Abecasis.
1891
F Flexible and robust methods for rare-variant
testing of quantitative traits in pedigrees.
Y. Jiang, K. N.
Conneely, M. P. Epstein.
1892
W Study designs for next-generation sequencing:
Some empirical evidence.
P. Marjoram, D. G. Conti, M.
Salomon, D. C. Thomas.
1893
T Are base qualities necessary in the context of
high coverage sequencing?
M. W. Snyder, J. Shendure.
1894
F A unified sequence ke nel association
test allowing for admixed subjects with arbitrary
relatedness.
W. Ouyang, H. Deng, H. Qin.
1895
W Phasing and imputation of 12,000 1x coverage
whole genome sequenced Chinese women.
W.
Kretzschmar, J. Flint, J. Marchini, CONVERGE Consortium.
1896
T Construction of an accurate haplotype reference
panel that incorporates multi-allelic variants from
sequencing data.
A. Menelaou, S. L. Pulit, L. C. Francioli,
J. Marchini, P. I. W. de Bakker, Genome of the Netherlands
Consortium.
1897
F Modeling gene expression and rare sequence
variation to identify genes and subnetworks underlying
autism risk.
L. Liu, J. Lei, S. Sanders, J. Willsey, Y. Kou,
L. Klei, C. Lu, X. He, A. Ma’ayan, J. Noonan, N. Sestan,
J. Buxbaum, M. State, B. Devlin, K. Roeder.
1898
W Gene-based generalized functional linear
models for case-control association studies.
R. Fan,
Y. Wang, L. Lobach.
1899
T Functional linear models for association
analysis of quantitative traits.
Y. Wang, R. Fan, J. L.
Mills, A. F. Wilson, J. E. Bailey-Wilson, M. M. Xiong.
1871
W A powerful statistical method for genetic
pathway analysis.
N. Liu, Q. Yan, N. Yi.
1872
T A supervised dimension reduction approach for
pathway-based analysis in genome-wide association
study.
Z. Wei, J. Li, W. Wang, H. Hakonarson.
1873
F Rank-based analysis of transcriptome data
reveals biologically relevant atopic dermatitis genes
and pathways.
T. B. Mersha, D. Ghosh, G. K. Hershey, J.
A. Bernstein.
1874
W Novel top down dissection of complex traits
based on germline signatures.
H. K. Im, N. J. Cox.
1875
T A systems biology approach to identify and
prioritize sub-networks of functionally related genes
for Alzheimer’s disease and subsequent in vivo
validation of candidate genes using a
C. elegans
model
of A
b
toxicity.
S. Mukherjee, M. Kaeberlein, J. Kauwe, A.
Naj, P. Crane, Alzheimer’s Disease Genetics Consortium.
1876
F Hierarchical learning of regulatory networks
from RNA-sequencing of 35 human tissues.
E. Pierson,
S. Mostafavi, A. Battle, D. Koller, GTEx Consortium.
1877
W Seasonal changes in gene expression represent
cell type composition in whole blood.
M. Neeleman, S. de
Jong, J. J. Luykx, M. J. ten Berg, E. Strengman, H. H. ten
Breeijen, L. C. Stijvers, J. E. Buizer-Voskamp, S. C. Bakker,
R. S. Kahn, S. Horvath, W. W. van Solinge, R. A. Ophoff.
1878
T Imputation performance of
,
4,000
genomes
from the UK10K project.
J. Huang, B. Howie, J. Marchini,
on behalf of UK10K Cohorts Consortium.
1879
F Next-generation sequencing and its application
in clinical practice.
E. Klee, P. A. Decker, N. Jia, S. K.
McDonnell, S. N. Thibodeau, M. de Andrade.
1880
W A weighted U statistic for genetic association
analyses of sequencing data.
C. Wei, M. Li, Z. He, Q. Lu.
1881
T Accurate genotype calling with contaminated
sequencing data.
M. Flickinger, G. Jun, G. R. Abecasis,
M. Boehnke, H. M. Kang.
1882
F A rare variant selection algorithm to locate
susceptible rare variant from sequencing data.
S.
Wang, H. Sun.
1883
W Functional linear model with both functional
response and functional predictors for genetic studies
of temporal quantitative trait with both GWAS and
next-generation sequencing data.
D.-Y. Lee, C. Hanis,
M. Xiong.
1884
T Weighted combination of truncated P-values for
rare causal variants detection.
W. Y. Lin, X. Y. Lou, G.
Gao, N. Liu.
1885
F Detecting genomic clustering of risk variants
from sequence data: Cases vs. controls.
J. P. Sinnwell,
D. Schaid, S. K. McDonnell, S. N. Thibodeau.