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Wednesday, October 23
2:00
PM
–4:15
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session A (10-18)
SESSION 13 – Genetic Variation in Gene Expression
Room 210, Level 2, Convention Center
Moderators
:
Cisca Wijmenga, Univ. of Groningen;
Barbara Stranger, Univ. of Chicago
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/2:00
Epistasis is widespread in the genetic
control of transcription in humans.
J. Powell, G.
Hemani, K. Shakhbazov, A. Henders, A. McRae, N.
Martin, G. Montgomery, P. Visscher.
35
/2:15
Low-pass whole-genome sequencing
in Europeans identifies 1325 SNPs and indels
associated with cis gene expression of which
4%
are independent low frequency-large effect
associations.
A. R. Wood, M. A. Tuke, H. Yaghootkar,
D. Pasko, H. Lin, C. S. Xu, D. G. Hernandez, M. A.
Nalls, J. R. Gibbs, L. Qibin, S. Juan, A. Murray, D.
Melzer, M. N. Weedon, A. B. Singleton, L. Ferrucci, T.
M. Frayling.
36
/2:30
Deep whole-genome sequencing in
pedigrees to quantify the contribution of private
variants to type 2 diabetes and related metabolic
traits.
G. Jun, M. Almeida, A. Manning, T. Teslovich,
A. Wood, M. Zawistowski, S. Won, C. Fuchsberger,
S. Feng, K. Gaulton, P. Cingolani, T. Frayling, G.
Abecasis, J. Blangero, T2D-GENES Consortium.
37
/2:45
Inflammatory bowel disease-associated
genetic variants preferentially alter gene
expression in neutrophil granulocytes.
H. Westra,
D. Arends, T. Esko, M. J. Peters, R. Weersma, A.
Metspalu, A. G. Uitterlinden, J. van Meurs, R. Jansen,
L. Franke.
38
/3:00
Multi-tissue eQTL and pathway analysis
of genome-wide genetic association data helps
uncover tissue-specific processes of complex
disease.
A. V. Segrè, E. R. Gamazon, D. S. DeLuca, Y.
Meng, L. D. Ward, T. Lappalainen, T. Flutre, X. Wen, E.
T. Dermitzakis, M. Kellis, D. L. Nicolae, N. Cox, D. G.
MacArthur, K. Ardlie, G. Getz, GTEx Consortium.
39
/3:15
High-resolution functional analysis of
eQTLs in multiple tissues.
X. Wen, R. Pique-Regi, T.
Flutre, G. Moyerbrailean, F. Luca.
40/
3:30
Network QTLs: A new methodology for
multi-tissue eQTL discovery.
B. Iriarte, M. Kellis, L.
Ward, GTEx Consortium.
41
/3:45
Identification and characteristics of
common genetic variants controlling transcript
isoform variation in the Framingham Heart Study.
X. Zhang, R. Joehanes, T. Huan, P. Munson, A.
Johnson, D. Levy, C. O’Donnell.
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/4:00
Identification of a Sjögren’s syndrome-
associated variant that influences
OAS1
isoform
switching.
H. Li, J. A. Ice, J. A. Kelly, I. Adrianto,
S. B. Glenn, K. S. Hefner, E. Vista, D. U. Stone, R.
Gopalakrishnan, G. D. Houston, D. M. Lewis, M.
Rohrer, P. Hughes, J. B. Harley, C. G. Montgomery,
J. Chodosh, J. A. Lessard, J. Anaya, B. M. Segal, N.
L. Rhodus, L. Radfar, R. H. Scofield, C. J. Lessard, K.
L. Sivils.
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