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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
1971
T The Brazilian EPIGEN Initiative: Admixture,
history and epidemiology at high resolution.
A. C.
Pereira, M. L. Barreto, B. L. Horta, M. F. Lima-Costa, A.
Horimoto, N. Esteban, F. S. G. Kehdy, W. C. S. Magalhães,
M. R. Rodrigues, M. Gouveia, M. Machado, R. Moreira, J.
M. Sanches, H. Santos, F. Soares, G. B. Soares-Souza,
T. Muniz, H. Sant’Anna, E. Tarazona-Santos, Brazilian
EPIGEN Consortium.
1972
F The genetic structure and admixture analysis
of Brazilian populations: The Brazilian EPIGEN
Initiative.
H. C. Santos, A. Horimoto, A. C. Pereira, E.
Tarazona-Santos, M. L. Barreto, B. L. Horta, M. F. Lima-
Costa, M. Gouveia, M. Machado, F. Soares, T. M. Silva,
J. M. Sanches, N. Esteban, W. C. S. Magalhaes, M. R.
Rodrigues, F. S. G. Kehdy, Brazilian EPIGEN Consortium.
1973
W Population stratification detection and
correction in rare variant collapsing methods using
principal component analysis.
J. R. Wallace, C. B.
Moore, A. T. Frase, M. D. Ritchie.
1974
T Surveying European and West African population
structure using
.
2,300
samples with spatial information.
Y. Wang, K. Noto, J. B. Byrnes, R. E. Curtis, N. M. Myres,
M. J. Barber, J. M. Granka, C. A. Ball, K. G. Chahine.
1975
F Using evolutionary profiles to bette -inform
model organism selection for human disease research.
A. D. Baxevanis, E. K. Maxwell, C. E. Schnitzler, A. D.
Nguyen, R. T. Moreland.
1976
W A model-based analysis of GC-biased gene
conversion in the human and chimpanzee genomes.
J.
A. Capra, M. J. Hubisz, D. Kostka, K. S. Pollard, A. Siepel.
1977
T Conserved combinatorial transcription factor
binding identifies egulatory variants in human disease
pathways.
M. D. Wilson, B. Ballester, A. Medina-Rivera,
D. Schmidt, M. Gonzàlez-Porta, M. Carlucci, K. N.
Chessman, A. Faure, A. Funnell, A. Goncalves, C. Kutter,
M. Lukk, S. Menon, W. M. McLaren, K. Stefflova, S. Watt,
M. Crossley, J. C. Marioni, D. T. Odom, P. Flicek.
1978
F Functional characterization of Toll-like receptor
signaling pathways in primates.
J. F. Brinkworth, J.
N. Kohn, J. Boulais, J. C. Grenier, R. E. Lanford, Z. P.
Johnson, L. B. Barreiro.
1979
W Accelerated evolution of primate-specific
microRNAs in the human genome.
M. Lopez-Valenzuela,
N. Petit-Marty, A. Navarro, Y. Espinosa-Parrilla.
1980
T Addiction drugs cluster functionally in the
genome with concomitant variation in human
populations.
L. Jackson, Y. Liu, A. Tozeren.
1981
F Critical assessment of coalescent DNA
simulators in modeling recombination hotspots.
T. Yang, H. W. Deng, T. Niu.
1982
W The genome-wide distribution of gene
conversion, cross-overs, and de novo mutations
events in Western chimpanzees.
O. Venn, I. Turner,
I. Mathieson, N. de Groot, G. McVean.
1959
T The population genetics of sub-Saharan African
populations.
M. Capredon, J. Hussin, J. Quinlan, Y.
Idaghdour, T. de Malliard, J. C. Grenier, V. Bruat, E. Gbeha,
L. Barreiro, P. Awadalla.
1960
F A scalable and effective local ancestry
deconvolution algorithm for Latinos.
G. Genovese, A. L.
Williams, S. A. McCarroll.
1961
W A two-sex model for the admixture history of
a hybrid population: the X-chromosome.
A. Goldberg,
P. Verdu, N. A. Rosenberg.
1962
T Is genetic ancestry associated with sleep?
I. Halder, M. Hall, D. Buysse, S. E. Reis, K. Matthews.
1963
F Evidence of social marginalisation leading
to strong genetic differentiation among the Ari of
Ethiopia.
G. Hellenthal, L. van Dorp, S. Myers, L. Pagani,
C. Tyler-Smith, E. Bekele, A. Tarekegn, M. Thomas, N.
Bradman, D. Balding.
1964
W Pinpointing the Indian origin and revealing
the Caucasus chapter in the genetic ancestry of
the European Roma.
M. Karmin, M. Baldovicˇ , N.
Jeran, M. Reidla, S. Cvjetan, S. Rootsi, T. Šaric, J.
Šarac, M. Cenanovic, T. Haller, A. Raidvee, R. Mägi,
A. Leskovac, L. Kovacevic, D. Marjanovic, H. D.
Auguštin, N. Novokmet, A. Ficek, G. Chaubey, P. Rudan,
V. Ferak, E.  Metspalu, M. D. M. Behar, M. Metspalu,
R. Villems.
1965
T Reconstructing Austronesian population history.
M. Lipson, P.-R. Loh, N. Patterson, P. Moorjani, Y.-C. Ko,
M. Stoneking, B. Berger, D. Reich.
1966
F Patterns of genetic variation in populations
of African ancestry observed in whole genome
sequencing of 691 individuals from CAAPA.
R. Mathias,
L. Huang, T. D. O’Connor, C. Vergara, M. Taub, A.
Deshpande, C. R. Gignoux, N. Rafaels, S. Shringarpure,
R. Torres, J. Galanter, R. Hernandez, E. E. Kenny,
D. Locke, W. Grus, K. Gietzen, I. Ruczinski, K. C. Barnes,
CAAPA Consortium.
1967
W Correlation of Native American ancestry with
body mass index in an admixed community.
T. M.
Norden-Krichmar, I. R. Gizer, O. Libiger, K. C. Wilhelmsen,
C. L. Ehlers, N. J. Schork.
1968
T Deep coverage Bedouin genomes reveal
Bedouin haplotypes shared among worldwide
populations in the 1000 Genomes Project.
J. L.
Rodriguez-Flores, K. Fakhro, F. Agosto-Perez, A. Robay,
R. G. Crystal, J. G. Mezey.
1969
F Fossil free sequencing of archaic hominin
metagenomes.
B. Vernot, J. M. Akey.
1970
W No indication of Khazar genetic ancestry
among Ashkenazi Jews.
M. Metspalu, D. M. Behar,
Y. Baran, S. Rosset, N. Kopelman, B. Yunusbayev,
A. Gladstein, M. F. Hammer, S. Tzur, E. Halperin,
K. Skorecki, R. Villems, N. A. Rosenberg.