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PS1.1 - Gene and genome interactions poster session - Gene environment interaction
Wednesday 26 August 2009, 12:00 - 13:00
Health Sciences Building
PS1.1.133 Lead exposure, iron metabolism polymorphisms, and psychiatric symptoms in the Normative Aging Study.
Kelly Bakulski*1, Sung Kyun Park1, Bhramar Mukherjee1, Robert O. Wright2, Marc G. Weisskopf2, David Sparrow2, Avron Spiro III2, Huiling Nie2, Howard Hu1
1University of Michigan, United States, 2Harvard University, United States
PS1.1.134 Atherosclerosis-related Genes, Low-Level Lead Exposure and Age-Related Hearing Loss: the Normative Aging Study
Sung Kyun Park*1, Joel Schwartz2, Robert Wright2, Avron Spiro III3,4, Pantel Vokonas3,4, Howard Hu1
1Department of Environmental Health Sciences, University of Michigan School of Public Health, United States, 2Department of Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health, United States, 3Department of Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine, United States, 4VA Normative Aging Study, VA Boston Healthcare System, United States
PS1.1.135 Effect Modification of Levels of Heavy Metals by Hemochromatosis Genotype Among Mother-Infant Pairs: The Tar Creek Birth Cohort
Angeliki Lambrou*1, Adrienne S. Ettinger1, Marianne R. Hopkins1, Chitra J. Amarasiriwardena1, Joel Schwartz1, Howard Hu2, David Bellinger1,3, Robert O. Wright1,3
1Harvard School of Public Health, United States, 2University of Michigan School of Public Health, United States, 3Children’s Hospital, United States
PS1.1.136 The H63D mutation in the hemochromatosis (HFE) gene modifies the impact of bone lead (Pb) burden on pulse pressure (PP): The VA Normative Aging Study (NAS)
Aimin Zhang1, Sung Kyun Park*1, Robert Wright2, Bhramar Mukherjee1, David Sparrow2,3, Pantel Vokonas3, Huiling Nie2, Howard Hu1
1University of Michigan, United States, 2Harvard University, United States, 3Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System, United States
PS1.1.137 Hemochromatosis Gene Variants Modify Effect of Arsenic on Impaired Glucose Tolerance during Pregnancy
Adrienne Ettinger*1, Angeliki Lambrou1, Marianne Hopkins1, Chitra Amarasiriwardena1, Joel Schwartz1, Howard Hu2, David Bellinger1,3, Robert Wright1,3
1Harvard School of Public Health, United States, 2University of Michigan School of Public Health, United States, 3Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, United States
PS1.1.138 OGG1 Genetic Polymorphism is Associated with Mitochondrial DNA Damage in Pesticide-Exposed Fruit Growers
Ruey-Hong Wong*1, Pei-Lin Huang1, Yu-Hsuan Yeh1, Yu-Ching Chen1, Yi-Jie Liu1, Jiun-Shiung Lai2
1Department of Public Health, College of Health Care and Management, Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan, 2Department of Occupational Safety and Health, College of Public Health, China Medical University, Taiwan
PS1.1.139 α-Synuclein Repeat Polymorphisms and Pesticide Exposure in Parkinson's Disease
Nicole Gatto*1, Myles Cockburn2, Jeff Bronstein4, Matt Farrer5, Beate Ritz1,3
1Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, UCLA, United States, 2Department of Preventive Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, USC, United States, 3Department of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, UCLA, United States, 4Department of Neurology, UCLA School of Medicine, UCLA, United States, 5Department of Neuroscience, Mayo Clinic, United States
PS1.1.140 Interaction  between organophosphate exposure and serum PON1 activity on thyroid hormones in Mexican greenhouse workers
Marina Lacasaña1,2, Miguel Rodríguez-Barranco*1, Clemente Aguilar-Garduño1,3, Julia Blanco-Muñoz4, Inmaculada López-Flores2,1, Oscar A Pérez-Méndez5, Ricardo Gamboa-Ávila5, Susana Bassol6, Mariano E Cebrian7
1Andalusian School of Public Health, Spain, 2CIBER of Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP), Spain, 3Andalusian Observatory of Environmental Health, Spain, 4National Institute of Public Health, Mexico, 5National Institute of Cardiology, Mexico, 6Autonomus University of Coahuila, Mexico, 7CINVESTAV, Mexico
PS1.1.141 Interaction between organophosphate exposure and serum PON1 activity on hypophysary and male sexual hormones in Mexican greenhouse workers
Marina Lacasaña*1,2, Clemente Aguilar-Garduño3,1, Julia Blanco-Muñoz4, Miguel Rodriguez Barranco1, Beatriz Gonzalez-Alzaga1, Susana Bassol4, Mariano E Cebrian6, Ricardo Gamboa7, Oscar Perez-Mendez7
1Andalusian School of Public Health, Spain, 2CIBER of Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP, Spain, 3Andalusian Observatory of Environmental Health, Spain, 4National Institute of Public Health, Mexico, 5Autonomus University of Coahuila, Mexico, 6CINVESTAV, Mexico, 7National Institute of Cardiology, Mexico
PS1.1.142 Professional exposure to organophosphorus insecticides, paraoxonase (PON1) polymorphisms, and Parkinson's disease (PD) among French agricultural workers
Frédéric Moisan*1, Julien Chapuis2, Jean-Charles Lambert2, Philippe Amouyel2, Christophe Tzourio1, Alexis Elbaz1
1Inserm, U708 (Neuroepidemiology), France, 2Inserm, U744, France
PS1.1.143 Pooled analyses of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) exposure and CYP1A1 genetic polymorphisms on breast cancer risk
Lara Sucheston*1, Ji-Yeob Choi3, Francine Laden2, Robert Mililkan4, Gary Zirpoli3, Matthew Grasela3, Marilie Gammon4, Susan Teitelbaum5, Mary Wolff5, Tongzheng Zhang6, Kirsten Moysich3
1University at Buffalo, United States, 2Harvard University, United States, 3Roswell Park Cancer Institute, United States, 4University of North Carolina, United States, 5Mount Sinai School of Medicine, United States, 6Yale University, United States
PS1.1.144 Lack of association between GSTM1, GSTT1, GSTP1 and GSTA1 polymorphisms and occurrence and severity of coronary artery disease in Taiwan
Chih-Ching Yeh1, Fung-Chang Sung*1, Li-Tang Kuo2
1China Medical University, Taiwan, 2Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
PS1.1.145 Maternal smoking, GSTT1 and GSTM1 polymorphisms and infant birth-weight reduction in a Kaunas cohort study
Regina Grazuleviciene, Asta Danileviciute*
Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania