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Yalda presents the latest results from the CHARGE cardiac conduction exome-chip study at the European Society of Human Genetics, 6th June 2015

Low Frequency Putative Functional Variation in Cardiac Conduction - Oral presentation at ESHG, Glasgow June 6th 2015

 The European Society of Human Genetics annual meeting this year is taking place in Glasgow, Scotland between the 6th and 9th of June. We have been invited to give an oral presentation on the latest results from an international effort to examine the role of coding variants in cardiac conduction.

 

The abstract is titled ‘Exome-chip meta-analysis identifies novel associations of coding variants with cardiac conduction in 62,251 adults of European descent from the Cohorts for Heart and Aging Research in Genomic Epidemiology (CHARGE) Consortium.’
 

The presentation is part of the Cardiovacular Disorders session (C05), on the first day (Saturday 6th June) which will be held in Hall 2 between 18:30-20:00hrs.

 

Please do come along and find out more!

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