The Biology of Genomes 2017 (BOG17) Accepted Talks and Posters Announced

The Biology of Genomes 2017(#BOG17) organized at and by Cold Spring Harbor Lab, NY has announced the list of accepted talks and posters. The BOG 2017, starts on 9th May and ends on 13th May, 2017  features over 46 talks and over 3o0 posters selected from submitted abstracts. The keynote addresses at 2017 BOG will be give by Andrew Clark, Cornell University and Aviv Regev, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.

Here are the list of accepted talks at the Biology of Genomes 2017.

  1. Abyzov, Alexej: Frequency and properties of mosaic somatic mutations in a normal developing brain
  2. Autry, Robert J: Genome-wide CRISPR/Cas9 knockout screening and poly-genomic interrogation of primary leukemia cells identify novel mechanisms of glucocorticoid resistance in pediatric B-lineage ALL
  3. Baker, Zachary T: Repeated losses of PRDM9-directed recombination despite the conservation of PRDM9 across vertebrates
  4. Bartom, Elizabeth T: H3K27M and the balance between H3K27me3 and H3K27ac in DIPG cells
  5. Benaglio, Paola: Characterization of regulatory variation impacting cardiac traits in iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes
  6. Ben-David, Eyal: A wolf in sheep’s clothing—A selfish element disguised as a linked pair of developmental genes underlies a genetic incompatibility in C. elegans
  7. Bendesky, Andres: The genetic basis of parental care evolution in Peromyscus mice
  8. Berglund, Emelie: Spatial maps of prostate cancer transcriptomes reveals an unexplored landscape of heterogeneity
  9. Berthelot, Camille: The gene expression consequences of mammalian regulatory evolution
  10. Blekhman, Ran: Gut microbiota induces species-specific gene regulation across primates
  11. Byrne, Alicia B: The genomic autopsy—Using whole exome and whole genome sequencing to solve complex fetal and neonatal presentations
  12. Chang, Howard: Chromatin accessibility profiles in genetically identical twins divergent for disease reveals asthma-associated DNA elements
  13. Charlier, Carole Evidence from the bovine of major differences between individuals in the rate of de novo single nucleotide mutation and transposon mobilization in the germ-line
  14. Chen, Jenny Evolution of gene expression and regulation across the mammalian lineage
  15. Cleary, Brian Pooled CRISPR activator screens for cellular reprogramming cocktails based on global models of chromatin regulation across 98 cell types
  16. Curtis, Christina Genetic diversity in multi-region sequencing data reflects the mode and tempo of tumor evolution
  17. Davenport, Emily R Modeling human gut microbiome community structure across healthy and diseased states in 2,500 twins
  18. Dickel, Diane E Ultraconserved enhancers are required for normal development
  19. Donnelly, Peter J DNA sequencing of single sperm using a novel approach for whole genome amplification provides critical insights into meiosis and recombination
  20. Engelhardt, Barbara Intersecting pathology images and gene expression data to understand drivers of complex phenotypes
  21. Genovese, Giulio Inherited genetic variation at many loci shapes somatic genome evolution and clonal expansions in apparently healthy people
  22. Goeke, Jonathan A pan cancer analysis of promoter activity highlights the regulatory role of alternative transcription start sites and their association with noncoding mutations
  23. Gutteridge, Alex Molecular and functional variation in iPSC-derived sensory neurons
  24. Harris, Kelley Rapid evolution of the human mutation spectrum
  25. Huang, Yifei Estimation of nucleotide- and allele-specific selection coefficients for personal genomics using deep learning and population genetics
  26. Kapusta, Aurelie Ultrafast metagenomics at the bench and in the clinic
  27. Kim, Charissa Adaptive resistance to chemotherapy in triple-negative breast cancer revealed by single cell DNA and RNA sequencing
  28. Kundaje, Anshul B Deep learning approaches to denoise, impute, integrate and decode functional genomic data
  29. Lage, Kasper Expanding discovery from cancer genomes by integrating network analyses with massively parallel in vivo tumorigenesis assays
  30. Leffler, Ellen M Resistance to malaria through structural variation of red blood cell invasion receptors
  31. Mehta, Tarang K Evolution of tissue-specific regulatory programs in cichlids
  32. Middelkamp, Sjors Molecular dissection of complex germline structural variation using a multi-omics approach
  33. Moreira, Sandrine Gene encryption in the mitochondrial genome of diplonemids
  34. Mostafavi, Hakhamanesh: Identifying genetic variants that affect viability in large cohorts
  35. Murphy, David: A Background selection is the dominant mode of linked selection in humans
  36. Park, Yongjin: Multi-tissue polygenic models for transcriptome-wide association studies
  37. Parts, Leopold: Accurate classification of cells and tissues from high throughput microscopy images using deep learning
  38. Phadnis, Nitin Genomics and the origins of species
  39. Schirmer, Melanie Temporal dynamics of metatranscription in inflammatory bowel disease
  40. Shoura, Massa Circulomics—Ultrasensitive quantification of extrachromosomal circular DNAs
  41. Treutlein, Barbara Organogenomics—Reconstructing human organ development using single-cell transcriptomics
  42. Ursu, Oana Genome-wide CRISPR perturbation of CTCF binding sites at 3D chromatin loops
  43. Van Doninck, Karine The genome architecture of bdelloid rotifers—Shaped by their long-term ameiotic evolution or desiccation?
  44. Vangay, Pajau US immigration westernizes the human gut microbiome
  45. Wilton, Peter R: A population phylogeny approach to understanding mitochondrial heteroplasmy
  46. Yuan, Jinzhou: Dissecting the regional heterogeneity and microenvironment of human glioblastoma using massively parallel single-cell RNA-seq

Here are the list of accepted posters.

  1. buratani, Hiroyuki Genomic classification of gastric cancer for treatment selection
  2. Afik, Shaked D Predicting gene expression from temporal changes of the regulatory landscape in human dendritic cells
  3. Al-Asadi, Hussein Inferring migration and population-size surfaces across time periods
  4. Alipanahi, Babak Pigmentor—Accurate prediction of multiple pigmentation phenotypes
  5. Ang Houle, Armande The impact of PRDM9 expression on the genomic and transcriptomic landscape of cancer
  6. Athanasiadis, Georgios Detecting confounding due to residual population structure in genome-wide association summary statistics
  7. Auton, Adam J Identifying gene-by-environment interactions improves skin cancer risk prediction
  8. Avital, Gal microRNAs execute a bimodular developmental program in three animal phyla
  9. Ayroles, Julien F The genetics of disruption—A novel test identifies a genetic basis for transcriptional covariance
  10. Badsha, Md B Learning causal gene regulatory networks with Mendelian randomization
  11. Ballester, Benoit ReMap—An integrative ChIP-seq analysis of regulatory elements
  12. Barbeira, Alvaro N Integrating molecular mechanisms into GWAS summary results
  13. Baron, Maayan Exploring tumor evolution in Zebrafish using single-cell RNA-Seq
  14. Barreiro, Luis B The advent of agriculture shaped innate immune responses to pathogens in humans
  15. Baslan, Timour Profound genetic heterogeneity in cancer cell line model systems—A single-cell investigation
  16. Batra, Rajbir Decoding the regulatory role and epiclonal dynamics of DNA methylation in breast cancer using sequencing based profiling of 1664 breast tumours
  17. Baud, Amelie Genome-wide association study of social genetic effects
  18. Beh, Leslie Y Synthesis of a eukaryotic chromosome reveals a role for N6-methyladenine in nucleosome organization
  19. Bennett-Baker, Pamela CRISPR-mediated isolation of specific megabase segments of genomic DNA
  20. Bherer, Claude Detecting polygenic adaptation using GWAS data
    Blake, Lauren E A comparative timecourse study of endoderm differentiation in humans and chimpanzees
  21. Bolotin, Evgeni Horizontally transferred genes are often shared between closely related bacterial species
  22. Bonner, Amanda M Rapid evolution of the Drosophila female meiosis-specific gene matrimony
  23. Bose, Aritra COGG (Correlation optimization of genetics and geodemographics) reveals sociolinguistic stratification in Indian subcontinent
  24. Boyle, Evan A Evidence for the participation of most transcribed genes in complex trait gene networks
  25. Brandt, Margot K Characterizing causal cis-regulatory variants using computational approaches and CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing
  26. Breschi, Alessandra The molecular basis of the cellular taxonomy of the human body
  27. Brown, Andrew A Rare variants and parent-of-origin effects on whole blood gene expression assessed in large family pedigrees
  28. Brown, Christopher D Epigenetic fine-mapping of cardiovascular disease loci in the liver
  29. Buchumenski, Ilana Dynamic hyper editing underlines temperature adaptation in Drosophila
  30. Buck, Gregory The microbiome of the female reproductive tract and pregnancy
  31. Buxton, Katherine E Elucidating centromeric protein-DNA interactions via hybridization capture and mass spectrometry
  32. Cain, Scott JBrowse and AWS S3—Cheap and easy genome browsing
  33. Camp, Gray Dissecting human and chimpanzee cerebral organoids using single-cell RNA-seq
  34. Campbell, C. Ryan Direct estimation of germline mutation rate in mouse lemurs, genus Microcebus
  35. Campbell, Tom FGFR2 risk SNPs confer breast cancer risk by augmenting estrogen responsiveness
  36. Cao, Han Next-generation mapping—Application to clinically relevant structural variation analysis
  37. Carelli, Francesco N Evolutionary turnover of regulatory elements activity in mammals
  38. Carninci, Piero FANTOM6 reveals broad functional properties of long non-coding RNAs
  39. Castel, Stephane E Epistasis within genes shapes human genetic variation and disease risk
  40. Cechova, Monika Heterochromatin turnover among great apes—Species and gender differences
  41. Cesar, Jonatas E The burden of selection at HLA genes over their genomic neighborhood
  42. Chan, Ernest R Unexpected distribution of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency haplotypes in an admixed Malagasy population
  43. Chan, Esther T Integrated metadata-driven access of ENCODE, modENCODE, REMC, GGR and modERN data through a common portal
  44. Chapman, Lesley M Machine learning strategies to identify high confidence structural variants in human genome reference materials
  45. Cheng, Hans H Characterization of Marek’s disease tumors for driver mutations in chicken, and implications on widespread vaccination against oncogenic viruses and viral evolution
  46. Chiang, Colby Population-scale SV detection and characterization using svtools
  47. Chuang, Nelson Comprehensive long range sequencing of full length long interspersed element-1 in diverse human populations
  48. Church, Deanna Single cell transcriptomics for characterization of complex systems and biomarker detection
  49. Cleary, Brian Composite measurements and molecular compressed sensing for highly efficient transcriptomics.
  50. Coolon, Joseph D Evolutionary dynamics of regulatory changes underlying gene expression divergence among Saccharomyces species
  51. Corominas, Montserrat The landscape of regulatory chromatin controlling regeneration
  52. Cotney, Justin High resolution epigenomic atlas of early human craniofacial development
  53. Craig, Sarah Functional data analysis indicates that the oral microbiome is predictive of child weight gain
  54. Dao Duc, Khanh Probabilistic modeling and inference of the translation dynamics using ribosome profiling data
  55. Dapper, Amy L The effects of demographic history on the detection of recombination hotspots
  56. Darby, Charlotte Identification and analysis of somatic variants using linked read sequencing
  57. Davenport, Emma E Identification of drug eQTL interactions from repeat transcriptional and environmental measurements in a lupus clinical trial
  58. Davila Velderrain, Jose Systematic genome-wide analysis of localized human chromatin state plasticity
  59. Davis, Jessica E Decoding the architecture of human cis-regulatory elements
  60. Delaneau, Olivier Local regulatory networks across two tissues and applications to analyze rare non-coding variants
  61. Di Sera, Tonya L gene.iobio—A web-based visualization tool for real-time variant analysis
  62. Dobin, Alexander Mapping to personal genomes with STAR-Diploid
  63. Donnard, Elisa Transcriptional control and chromatin landscape of downregulated genes in innate immune cells
  64. Doran, Anthony Multiple mouse reference genomes defines subspecies specific haplotypes and novel coding sequences
  65. Drogemoller, Britt I The use of predicted gene expression profiles to uncover pathways involved in drug-induced pancreatitis
  66. Dukler, Noah Nascent RNA sequencing reveals a dynamic global transcriptional response at genes and enhancers to the natural medicinal compound celastrol
  67. Enard, David P RNA viruses drove adaptive introgressions between Neanderthals and European modern humans
  68. Engel, Krysta L Rapid in vitro evaluation of variants of uncertain significance from patients with developmental delay and/or intellectual disability
  69. Erlich, Yaniv Population-scale collection of genomes, genealogy, and phenotypes using single lab resources
  70. Eser, Umut FIDDLE—An integrative deep learning framework for functional genomic data inference
  71. Fairley, Susan Extending and updating the 1000 Genomes Project data in the International Genome Sample Resource (IGSR)
  72. Fang, Han Scikit-ribo reveals precise codon-level translational control by dissecting ribosome pausing and codon elongation
  73. Farrell, Andrew R K-mer based reference-free detection of family-private variants highlights the genetic complexity of HHT
  74. Farrell, Catherine Introducing RefSeq Functional Elements—A new dataset annotated by NCBI
  75. Ferris, Elliott C Genomic patterns of accelerated evolution reveal noncoding elements that may regulate overt and biomedically relevant species-specific traits
  76. Fischer, Jonathan R The effect of decay factor knockouts on yeast mRNA synthesis
    Fort, Alexandre Effects of genetic variation on promoter usage (pmQTL) and enhancer activity (enQTL)
  77. Fu, Jingyuan Systems human genome and metagenome analysis on circulating proteins in a population cohort
  78. Fujito, Naoko T Adaptive evolution of mental activity-related STX gene in the out-of-Africa migration
  79. Fungtammasan, Arkarachai Assessment of k-mer filtering method for FALCON genome assembly
  80. Fusi, Nicolo Predicting off-target effects for end-to-end CRISPR guide design
  81. Galante, Pedro Retrocopies contribution to the cancer genes repertory
  82. Garcia, Julia T An inducible long noncoding RNA amplifies DNA damage signaling
  83. Garcia, Raquel Recent evolution of the epigenetic regulatory landscape in human and other primates
  84. Gardner, Eugene J Analysis of mobile element insertion (MEI) discovery in the genus Canis provides insights on MEI distribution, evolution, and impact on transcription and disease
  85. Gellatly, Kyle Dissection of cellular heterogeneity in an innate immune model of transcriptional regulation using single cell RNA sequencing
  86. Ghosh, Sulagna Human pluripotent stem cells recurrently acquire and expand dominant negative P53 mutations
  87. Gifford, Casey Oligogenic inheritance of familial cardiac disease involving MKL2, MYH7 and NKX2-5 variants
  88. Glodzik, Dominik Detecting mutational signatures associated with BRCA1/2 deficiency from DNA and RNA sequencing data
  89. Gnirke, Andreas RRBS-SMART—A method for studying the methylome and transcriptome of low-input tissue samples and single cells at once
  90. Green, Richard Genome analysis of an F1 hybrid chimpanzee-bonobo hybrid
  91. Greenside, Peyton Deep learning the combinatorial cis-regulatory code of chromatin dynamics in hematopoietic differentiation
  92. Gregg, Christopher Diverse non-genetic allele specific expression effects shape genetic architecture at the cellular level in the mammalian brain
  93. Grigaityte, Kristina Comprehensive sequencing analysis of high-throughput single T cells in humans—?? chain pairing and allelic inclusion
  94. Guan, Li Sex-interacting eQTLs in human skeletal muscle
  95. Gudmundsson, Sanna Revertant mosaicism repairs skin lesions in a patient with keratitis-ichthyosis-deafness (KID) syndrome by second-site mutations in connexin 26
  96. Gudys, Adam Robust mapping of whole genome sequencing data
  97. Guiblet, Wilfried Marie Polymerization kinetics deciphered using PacBio sequencing—Non-B DNA affects polymerase progression and error rate
  98. Gulko, Brad Fitcons2—Interpretable characterization of the epigenomic profiles from hominin selective pressure
  99. Gymrek, Melissa A A framework to interpret short tandem repeat variations in humans
  100. Hardigan, Drew A Targeted removal of unwanted sequences from small RNA sequencing libraries
  101. Hardison, Ross ValIdated Systematic IntegratiON—A vision for epigenomics in hematopoietic gene regulation
  102. Harpak, Arbel Non-allelic gene conversion is ten times faster than the rate of point mutations in humans
  103. Harris, Alan The catalog of rhesus variation and development of biomedical models of human diseases
  104. He, Yupeng Dynamic methylome landscapes during mouse embryonic development
  105. Hernandez, Edgar J Ultra-fast sequence classification with Taxonomer—A case study of Staphylococcus aureus
  106. Herrero, Javier Single-cell analysis of clonal dynamics of childhood ALL reveals a role for transcriptional heterogeneity in driving resistance to chemotherapy
  107. Hiller, Michael Molecular parallelism in fast-twitch muscle proteins provides insights into the evolution of mammalian superfast muscles
  108. Hilton, Jason A Collecting Roadmap and ENCODE data into reference epigenomes
  109. Ho, Josephine Investigating the regulatory relationships between transcription factors and their targets in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using RNA-seq
  110. Hogstrom, Larson Assembly-based characterization of longitudinal metagenomic samples
  111. Hong, Eurie L The identification of recent fine-scale population structure and impact on genome-wide association studies
  112. Horvath, Julie Integrative biobanking to investigate genetics, metagenomics, and social behavior in Cayo Santiago rhesus macaques
  113. Howe, Kerstin Is your assembly good enough? Evaluating and improving reference genome assemblies with gEVAL
  114. Hu, Zheng A model-based approach for population genomic inference of tumor growth dynamics
  115. Huang, Bernice Whole metagenomic shotgun sequencing analysis of antibiotic resistance genes in women with symptomatic bacterial vaginosis
  116. Huang, Xiaomeng Tracking subclonal metastatic expansion in triple negative breast cancer
  117. Hussin, Julie Diet networks for personal genomics—A deep learning approach
  118. Imielinski, Marcin Noncoding indel hotspots target lineage-defining genes in human cancer
  119. Jaederkvist Fegraeus, Kim Using the unique breeding history of Coldblooded trotters to identify genes that influence athletic performance
  120. Jaffe, Andrew E Genetic regulation of the human cortex transcriptome in schizophrenia
  121. Jaffe, David Elucidating complex genomic regions through de novo assembly of 10x Linked-Reads
  122. Jagadeesh, Karthik A Revealing the causative variant in Mendelian patient genomes without revealing patient genomes
  123. Jiang, Shan Transcriptome and open chromatin profiling of embryonic stem cells differentiation to definitive endoderm in multiple mammalian species
  124. Kashima, Yukie Single cell RNA-sequencing of cell line with chromium and other platforms
  125. Khramtsova, Ekaterina A Sex-stratified analysis of obsessive-compulsive disorder reveals minor differences in genetic architecture
  126. Khurana, Ekta Integration of genetic and epigenetic alterations with tissue-specific network reveals regulatory drivers of prostate cancer
  127. Kiblawi, Sid H Augmenting subnetwork inference with information extracted from the scientific literature
  128. Kim, Seok-Won Curated genomic-based 16S ribosomal RNA database and platform for seamless updating
  129. Klein, Cecilia Spatial and temporal transcriptional landscape during fly development
  130. Koh, Sung Cheol Complete genome sequence of Paenibacillusyonginensis, a novel plant symbiont that promotes growth via induced systemic resistance in Panax ginseng Meyer and Oryza sativa Japonica under salinity stress
  131. Koh, Sung Cheol Metagenomic insight of relationships between carbon and nitrogen metabolisms in a tannery wastewater treatment plant bioaugmented with the microbial consortium BMS-1
  132. Konkel, Miriam K Population and phylogenetics of baboons through the lens of the Alu mobilome
  133. Kousathanas, Athanasios The distribution of fitness effects of new mutations in coding and non-coding DNA in human populations
  134. Kreimer, Anat Leveraging massive parallel reporter assays for functional regulatory elements prediction
  135. Kucukural, Alper DEBrowser—Interactive differential expression analysis tool
  136. Kuhlwilm, Martin Novel evidence of complex patterns of gene flow in chimpanzees and bonobos
  137. Kumar, Sushant Passenger mutations in >2500 cancer genomes—Overall burdening and selective effects
  138. Kumar, Vivek Scalable, extensible and modular RNA-seq expression profiling using the open-science KBase cyberinfrastructure
  139. Kumaran, Mahalakshmi Germline copy number variations associated with breast cancer susceptibility and the role of embedded miRNA genes
  140. Lamaze, Fabien Transcriptional profiles are accurate predictors of pan-cancers
  141. Lappalainen, Tuuli Quantifying genetic regulatory variation affecting each gene in human populations
  142. Lassance, Jean-Marc Evolution of the olfactory genome in wild rodents.
  143. Layer, Ryan M STIX—A population-scale structural variant index for rapid allele frequency interrogation
  144. Lea, Amanda Genome-wide quantification and prediction of DNA methylation-dependent regulatory activity
  145. Lee, Arthur S The complement control protein CSMD1 is a broad regulator of adult development and fertility in both sexes
  146. Lee, Dillon H A graph remapping framework for in silico adjudication of SNVs, indels, and structural genetic variants from genetic sequencing data
  147. Lee, Su-In A novel machine learning framework for integrating multiple data sources to identify robust biomarkers for 160 anti-cancer drugs in leukemia
  148. Leppala, Kalle A study on admixture graph fitting
  149. Levene, Stephen Circulomics—Comprehensive determination of the circular component of eukaryotic genomes
  150. Li, Dawei A novel approach to detect virome-wide integrations in human cancer genome using whole-genome sequencing
  151. Lincoln, Stephen E Technically challenging but medically import sequence and copy-number variants in 80,000 patients—Implications for laboratory technologies and validation
  152. Liu, Dajiang Experimentally validated computational methods to infer XCI escape landscape in population scale RNA-seq data
  153. Liu, Dianbo Faster growth with shorter antigens explains a VSG hierarchy during African trypanosome infections—A feint attack by parasites
  154. Liu, Tzu-Yu Translational dynamics revealed by ribosome occupancy and time-resolved proteomics during chemotherapeutic response
  155. Lloyd-Price, Jason Niche-association and retention dynamics in the human microbiome
  156. Lu, Jennifer Improving draft genomes of human pathogens for use in metagenomic studies
  157. Luca, Francesca Gene-environment interactions, gene expression and splicing in 250 cellular environments
  158. Lucotte, Elise Investigating intragenomic conflicts in the Ampliconic genes in human populations
  159. Luo, Ruibang LRSim—A linked reads simulator generating insights for better genome partitioning
  160. Machado, Heather E Parallel seasonal selection across Drosophila melanogaster populations
  161. Maekawa, Sho Contribution of RNA decay in mediating changes in the transcriptome in cellular stress
  162. Magris, Gabriele Characterisation of the pan-genome of Vitis vinifera using next generation sequencing
  163. Malladi, Venkat S Exploring lineage-specific enhancers by integrating enhancer transcription, epigenomic features, sequence motifs, and transcription factor expression
  164. Mariotti, Marco Treedex, the tree data explorer—Interactive framework for visualization and analysis of comparative omics
  165. Martin, Alicia R Demographic history impacts polygenic risk across diverse populations
  166. Martinez Fundichely, Alexander Identifying cancer coding and non-coding drivers involved in somatic structural variations
  167. McCarthy, Davis J Using single-cell RNA-seq for assessing the effect of common genetic variants on differentiating human iPSCs
  168. McLoone, Brian Stochasticity promotes the evolution of cooperation in a multilevel model of the snowdrift game, with applications to understanding collective defense in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  169. Mejia Guerra, Maria K Machine learning approaches to model regulatory architectures
  170. Meyer, Matthias Neandertal and Denisovan DNA sequences from Pleistocene sediment
  171. Miao, Zong EGAlux—An ultra-fast and accurate allelic reads counter for DNA sequencing
  172. Miller, Chase A IOBIO Dev Kit—Resources for making genomic, real-time web applications and services
  173. Mishra, Tejaswini Integrative analysis of multi-omics data for personalized disease prediction
  174. Montague, Michael Loss-of-function gene variants in neuromodulatory pathways among a population of free-ranging rhesus macaques
  175. Moroz, Leonid L Brain-seq or how to sequence the entire brain at single neuron resolution
  176. Toward deciphering the genealogy of neurons using scRNA-Seq, ncRNAs and RNA modifications
  177. Mudge, Jonathan Expanding and improving GENCODE gene annotation to aid human clinical genetics
  178. Mukhopadhyay, Swagatam Nuanced empirical modeling of observed transcriptional variance using ultra-efficient 3’-biased RNAseq data
  179. Murad, Rabi Comparative dynamics of microRNAs during mouse and human prenatal development
  180. Murray, Gemma G Passenger pigeon genomes reveal the cost of natural selection for a large population
  181. Nagaraja, Ramaiah Characterization of chromosome 21 rDNA repeat sequence and variation via TAR cloning and long-read sequencing
  182. Narisu, Narisu Whole genome sequencing of 175 Mongolians uncovers population-specific genetic architecture and provides an insight into dispersal of East Asians
  183. Nash, Alexander J Genome-wide characterisation of high-turnover regulatory regions
  184. Nasser, Waleed Large disease cohort harmonization with whole-genome replicates reveals sequencing platform heterogeneity across variant spectrum
  185. Navarro, Fabio CP Autonomous and pervasive transcription decoupling reveal transcriptional activity of LINE-1 elements in somatic tissue and their impact in human tumors
  186. Navin, Nicholas E Multiclonal invasion in DCIS identified by topographic single-cell DNA sequencing
  187. Nguyen, Tan-Hoang Integrated analysis of rare variation in schizophrenia and other neurodevelopmental disorders
  188. Nielsen, Jonas B Genome-wide association analysis of atrial fibrillation identifies two new risk loci and highlights biological pathways and regulatory elements involved in cardiac development
  189. Nishijima, Suguru Characterization of complete mobile genetic elements identified by long-read sequencing of human gut microbiomes
  190. Nodzak, Conor M An integrative analysis of Philadelphia-like acute lymphoblastic leukemia
  191. Olender, Tsviya Phylogeny-based nomenclature for olfactory receptors in diverse vertebrates
  192. Oliva, Meritxell Cross-tissue protein expression in the Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) collection
  193. Ollila, Hanna M Fine mapping genome-wide association in narcolepsy defines novel disease mechanisms
  194. Ormond, Louise N Inferring the extent of background selection using an approximate Bayesian approach
  195. Ouellette, Francis Open, collaborative, shareable bioinformatics workshop tutorials
  196. Ouellette, Francis The Cancer Genome Collaboratory
  197. Paabo, Svante An attempt to study the modern human phenotype
  198. Pai, Athma A The major determinants of genome-wide mRNA splicing efficiency in flies
  199. Payne, Anthony J Gene expression as a mediator of type 2 diabetes susceptibility variants
  200. Pedersen, Brent S Indexcov—Fast whole-genome coverage quality-control using BAM or CRAM indexes
  201. Phillippy, Adam Toward the gapless assembly of vertebrate genomes
  202. Pipes, Lenore The evolution of alternative splicing complexity in primates
  203. Pique-Regi, Roger Identifying factors and genetic variants underlying GxE interactions with ATAC-seq
  204. Pizzollo, Jason Understanding susceptibility to epithelial cancers using comparative genomics
    Polychronopoulos, Dimitris Genome-wide prediction of regulatory territories and target genes under long-range transcriptional regulation
  205. Porath, Hagit Massive A-to-I RNA editing is common across all metazoa
  206. Prigozhin, Daniil M Heterochromatin modulation by vertebrate-specific HUSH protein complex
  207. Prufer, Kay A high-coverage genome of a Neandertal from Vindija Cave in Croatia
  208. Qiao, Yi SeederSeeker—A computational algorithm for reconstructing metastatic expansion at a subclonal level
  209. Racimo, Fernando Detecting polygenic adaptation in an admixture graph
  210. Ramaker, Ryne A genome-wide interactome of DNA-associated proteins in the human liver
  211. Ramakrishnan, Srividya Benchmarking RNA-seq analysis in plant species
  212. Ramdas, Shweta Transcriptional profiling of aging effects in human trabecular meshwork
  213. Rendeiro, Andre F Pooled CRISPR screening with single-cell transcriptome readout
  214. Rennie, Sarah Transcription is tightly coupled to chromatin organisation and is predictive of cell specific interactions
  215. Reyes-Palomares, Armando Chromatin reorganization events in endothelial cells associated with pulmonary arterial hypertension
  216. Rich, Charlotte S Regulation of nodulation by a large family of nodule-specific cysteine rich (NCR) peptides in Medicago truncatula
  217. Rodriguez-Martinez, Jose A. Combinatorial recognition of DNA by bZIP transcription factors
  218. Rosenfeld, Jeffrey A Full-length sequencing of cancer gene fusions using RNA-capture and kilobase-length reads
  219. Rosenfeld, Jeffrey A Single-cell RNA sequencing in sperm from fathers of autistic children
  220. Rotival, Maxime Dissecting the genetic and evolutionary bases of splice site usage in the human immune response
  221. Ruiz Velasco, Mariana CTCF-mediated intragenic chromatin looping regulates alternative exon usage
  222. Ruiz-Orera, Jorge De novo gene evolution—Studying the gene transition from non-coding to coding
  223. Saito, Marie Evolution of deletion polymorphism of the gene for a cellular metabolizing enzyme glutathione-s-transferase ?1 in humans and chimpanzees
  224. Sasani, Thomas A Nanopore sequencing reveals concerted evolution in vaccinia virus driven by host-pathogen conflict
  225. Schaefer, Nathan K Fast, heuristic ARG inference for large data sets
    Schatz, Michael C. Lessons learned from building personalized phased diploid genomes of the EN-TEx samples
  226. Schmidt, Joshua M Local adaptation in chimpanzees
  227. Schubert, Olga T Genome-wide survey of rare mutations influencing protein abundances in yeast
  228. Scott, Alan F Linked long read sequencing and optical mapping for de novo genome assembly of an endangered species
  229. Sebat, Jonathan L Paternally inherited noncoding structural variants contribute to autism
  230. Sedlazeck, Fritz J. Accurate and fast detection of complex and nested structural variations using long read technologies
  231. Segre, Ayellet V Integrating eQTLs across 44 human tissues with GWAS uncovers new associations and causal genes for complex diseases
  232. Seki, Masahide Estimation of gene expression and mutation detection by RNA-Seq using nanopore sequencing
  233. Serrano, Myrna Genomic reconstruction from longitudinal metagenomics datasets during pregnancy
  234. Shafquat, Afrah Identification of novel disease loci by Bayesian latent variable re-coding of phenotypes in existing GWAS
  235. Shapiro, Maxwell A computational approach to the mutative effects of AID on EBV latent replication
  236. Sheikh, Shehzad Z Identification of miR-31 as a molecular stratifier of Crohn’s disease phenotypes
  237. Sherman, Rachel M Discovery of long novel insertions in African descent populations
  238. Sheth, Ruchi B Universal 3-nucleotide periodicity drives efficient protein translation through stepped mRNA-rRNA base pairing
  239. Shimizu, Atsushi iMethyl—An integrative human DNA methylation variation database—Development for multi omics data in 3 types of human blood cells
  240. Sinnott-Armstrong, Nasa An epigenetic switch confers pleiotropic risk for bone mineral density and hyperglycaemia
  241. Sisu, Cristina Function and specificity shape the pseudogene landscape in 17 mouse strains
  242. Snyder, Michael The Integrative Human Microbiome Project (iHMP) provides extensive data resources and tools to better understand the interactions of host and microbiome
  243. Snyder-Macker, Noah Social status effects on gene expression are decoupled from chromatin accessibility after an acute stress
  244. Spealman, Pieter J Noncanonical uORFs form a conserved class of cis-regulatory elements in yeast with distinct regulatory features
  245. Spies, Noah Genome-wide reconstruction of complex structural variants using read clouds
  246. Stein, Joshua High prevalence of coupled R-gene disease resistance systems in 11 species of the Oryzeae tribe
  247. Stoeger, Thomas Reconstructing genome biology
  248. Stoiber, Marcus H De novo Identification of DNA modifications enabled by genome-guided nanopore signal processing
  249. Stokowy, Tomasz RareVariantVis 2—A suite for analysis of rare genomic variants in whole genome sequencing data
  250. Stranger, Barbara A systematic assessment of the population genetic evidence for selection across brain related phenotypes
  251. Strattan, J Seth The ENCODE Annotation Pipeline—Cloud to ground for ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, DNase-seq, and whole-genome bisulfite experiments
  252. Sudmant, Peter Widespread accumulation of 3′ UTR mRNA fragments in specific neuronal cell populations of the aging brain
  253. Suzuki, Yoshihiko De novo metagenome assembly and methylome of the human gut microbiome using SMRT sequencing
  254. Taher, Leila Uneven contractions and expansions in the human genome
  255. Takahashi, Yusuke Investigating non-canonical DNA modification in an animal model using single-molecule real-time sequencing
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