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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
Thursday, October 24
8:00
AM
–10:15
AM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session B (19-27)
(
SESSION 24, continued)
140
/9:45
Mutation in
EZR
inhibits the Ras/MAP
pathway and causes autosomal recessive
intellectual disability.
R. Abou Jamra, L. B. Riecken,
H. Tawamie, K. Geissler, A. Schulz, R. Buchert, S.
Uebe, M. M. Nöthen, J. Schumacher, A. Ismael, A.
Ekici, H. Sticht, A. Reis, H. Morrison.
141
/10:00
De novo mutations in the genome
organizer
CTCF
cause intellectual disability.
C.
Zweier, A. Gregor, M. Oti, E. N. Kouwenhoven, J.
Hoyer, H. Sticht, A. B. Ekici, S. Kjaergaard, A. Rauch,
H. G. Stunnenberg, S. Uebe, G. Vasileiou, A. Reis, H.
Zhou.
Thursday, October 24
8:00
AM
–10:15
AM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session B (19-27)
SESSION 25 – Genetic Interactions in Complex Traits
Room 258, Level 2, Convention Center
Moderators
:
Qibin Qi, Albert Einstein Col. of Med.;
Peter Kraft, Harvard Sch. of Publ. Hlth.
142
/8:00
Daylight exposure may modify the effect
of variants at
MTNR1B
and
CRY2
on glucose
tolerance: The GLACIER Study.
F. Renström, R.
Koivula, T. V. Varga, G. Hallmans, F. B. Hu, J. C.
Florez, H. Mulder, P. W. Franks.
143
/8:15
NAT1
in an important genetic effect
modifier of tobacco smoke exposure in multiple
sclerosis susceptibility in 5,453 individuals.
F. B. S.
Briggs, B. Acuna, L. Shen, H. Quach, A. Bernstein,
I. Kockum, A. K. Hedström, M. W. Gustavsen, P. Berg-
Hansen, S. D. Bos, E. Gulowsen Celius, H. F. Harbo,
L. Alfredsson, T. Olsson, C. Schaefer, L. F. Barcellos.
144
/8:30
Genome-wide joint meta-analysis for
interaction between genetic variants and smoking
on waist circumference.
A. E. Justice, T. W. Winkler,
J. Ngwa, K. L. Young, D. Hadley, M. Graff, J. M. Vink,
L. Xue, T. S. Ahluwalia, T. Lehtimäki, R. J. Strawbridge,
M. C. Zillikens, M. F. Feitosa, N. L. Heard-Costa, J.
H. Zhao, J. Luan, N. Direk, H. Tiemeier, H. J. Grabe,
T. B. Harris, R. P. S. Middelberg, J. V. van Vliet-
Ostaptchouk, I. M. Nolte, J. Kaprio, T. O. Kilpeläinen,
I. B. Borecki, R. J. F. Loos, K. E. North, L. A. Cupples,
on behalf of GIANT Consortium.
145
/8:45
Interaction between genome-wide variants
and physical activity on body mass index: A meta-
analysis of 109,924 individuals.
T. O. Kilpeläinen, R.
A. Scott, A. Mahajan, L. Xue, F. Renström, M. Graff, D.
Hadley, T. Workalemahu, M. den Hoed, T. W. Winkler,
A. Y. Chu, N. L. Heard-Costa, T. Haller, T. S. Ahluwalia,
J. V. van Vliet-Ostaptchouk, P. J. van der Most, M.
L. Grove, L. Quaye, S. Snitker, E. J. C. de Geus, T.
Lehtimäki, L. Qi, P. W. Franks, I. B. Borecki, K. Monda,
D. I. Chasman, K. E. North, L. A. Cupples, R. J. F.
Loos, GIANT Consortium.
146
/9:00
Genome-wide analyses highlights gene
interaction with processed meat and vegetable
intake for colorectal cancer risk.
J. Figueiredo, L.
Hsu, E. White, A. Chan, B. Zanke, J. Potter, G. Casey,
C. Hutter, H. Brenner, B. Caan, J. Chang-Claude, S.
Gallinger, R. Hayes, T. Hudson, L. Le Marchand, P.
Newcomb, R. Schoen, M. Slattery, U. Peters.
147
/9:15
Genome wide gene-environment
interaction study identifies a
CYP24A1
-
related
variant as a modifier of colorectal cancer risk
associated with menopausal estrogen plus
progesterone therapy.
X. Garcia-Albeniz, A. Rudolph,
C. M. Hutter, Y. Lin, E. White, H. Brenner, G. Casey,
S. Gallinger, L. Hsu, T. J. Hudson, L. Le Marchand, J.
Potter, M. Slattery, B. Zanke, P. A. Newcomb, A. T.
Chan, U. Peters, J. Chang-Claude.