Präsentationen des Nationalen Symposiums für Zoonosenforschung 2010

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Plenary Session (7/10/10)

The future of tropical medicine research - Prof. Dr. Rolf D. Horstmann, Hamburg, Germany

Zoonoses - from research to risk assessment - Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Hensel, Berlin, Germany

The pandemic influeza A H1N1: expectations - surprises - communication - Prof. Dr. Reinhard Burger, Berlin, Germany


Plenum der Zoonosenplattform - Sebastian C. Semler, Berlin, Germany, Prof. Dr. Stephan Ludwig, Münster, Germany, Prof. Dr. Martin Groschup, Greifswald - Insel Riems, Germany


Session 1 - New and re-emerging infectious diseases

Network “Rodent-borne pathogens”: identification of a novel hepatitis E-like virus in wild Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) from Germany - Paul Dremsek, Greifswald – Insel Riems

The ups and downs of Hantaviruses: longitudinal studies in natural reservoirs in an altitude-climate-gradient in Bavaria - Sandra Essbauer, Munich
Distribution of mosquitoes and frequency of virus infection differ in disturbed and undisturbed rainforest areas - Sandra Junglen, Bonn
Sandfly fever virus activity in Central/Northern Anatolia, Turkey: first report of Toscana virus infections - Manfred Weidmann, Göttingen
Toscana virus-associated encephalitis is emerging north of the Alps - Frank Hufert, Göttingen


Session 2 - Pharmacology, therapeutics and resistance

Selective attenuation of influenza A viruses by targeting the polymerase subunit assembly - Martin Schwemmle, Freiburg
Oseltamivir-resistant variants of the 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza A virus are not attenuated in the guinea pig and ferret transmission models - Peter Stäheli, Freiburg
Killing activity and protective efficacy of recombinant γ-phage lysin and synthetic theta defensins against Bacillus anthracis - Wolfgang Beyer, Stuttgart
Approaches to the antimicrobial treatment of persistent Chlamydia psittaci infections - Katharina Wolf, Jena
Extended-spectrum betalactamase producing Enterobacteriaceae in animals: what does the future hold for us? - Christa Ewers, Berlin


Session 3 - Wildlife zoonoses (8/10/2010)

Wildlife from Germany as hosts of multiresistant E. coli - Sebastian Günther, Berlin
The influence of the environment on Trypanosoma cruzi and other trypanosomes in Panamanian fruit bats - Veronika Cottontail, Ulm
Strong and specific amplification of Coronavirus associated with parturition in a bat maternity roost - Jan Drexler, Bonn
Novel Adenoviruses in wild primates: high genetic diversity and evidence for zoonotic transmissions - Bernhard Ehlers, Berlin
Transmission of retroviruses in primate predator – prey systems - Fabian Leendertz, Berlin


Session 4 - Epidemiology, modelling, and risk assessment

The story with the stork or why are ecological relations regaining popularity in zoonoses research? - Lothar Kreienbrock, Hanover
Bayesian time-space analysis of Echinococcus multilocularis-infections in foxes - Franz Conraths, Wusterhausen
Phylogeny and migration of Tick-Borne Encephalitis viruses in Southern Germany - Gerhard Dobler, Munich
Detection of a new chlamydial agent in birds - Konrad Sachse, Jena
Chlamydiaceae in sheep flocks in Central Germany - Hannah Lenzko, Jena


Session 5 - Cellular pathogenesis

Characterization of evolved SARS-Coronavirus variants in a reservoir and dead-end host context - Marcel Müller, Bonn
Novel insights into the proteolytic activation of influenza virus and SARS-Coronavirus - Stefan Pöhlmann, Hanover
Crk adaptor protein expression is required for efficient replication of avian influenza A viruses and controls JNK mediated apoptotic responses - Eike Roman Hrincius, Münster
The different functions of PI3K during influenza virus replication - Christina Ehrhardt, Münster
NS reassortment of an H7-type HPAIV affects its propagation by altering the regulation of viral RNA production and anti-viral host response - Stephan Pleschka, Giessen
Getting it out: potential role of influenza A virus non-structual protein 1 (NS1) in viral mRNA export - Melanie Franz, Berlin

Coxiella burnetii type IV secretion substrate AnkG inhibits host cell apoptosis by modulating p32 activity - Anja Lührmann, Erlangen
Hantavirus-induced kidney dysfunction is caused by disruption of tight junctions in renal endothelial and epithelial cells - Ellen Krautkrämer, Heidelberg
Inhibition of IFN-beta induction by Tribec virus - Martin Spiegel, Göttingen
Dissection of molecular species barriers with inter-genotypic Lyssavirus chimeras - Stefan Finke, Greifswald – Insel Riems


Session 6 - Immunity and patghogen-host interaction

Profiling human and animal antibody responses to zoonotic infections by Chlamydia abortus leads to detection of potential virulence factors - Vera Forsbach-Birk, Ulm
Identification and characterization of a novel regulator STM0029 which contributes to salmonella intracellular survival and resistance to antimicrobial peptides - Heng-Chang Chen, Berlin
Botulinum neurotoxin serotype D attacks neurons via two carbohydrate binding sites in a ganglioside dependent manner - Andreas Rummel, Hanover
Protective Toxoplasma gondii-specific T cell responses require the T cell-specific expression of protein kinase C-theta - Gopala Nishanth, Magdeburg
Inhibition of IFN-γ-mediated immune responses by Toxoplasma gondii in host macrophages can be reversed by histon deacetylase inhibitors - Carsten Lüder, Göttingen


The cellular receptor for West Nile virus – interaction with integrins?! - Katja Schmidt, Greifswald – Insel Riems
Replication and cytokine induction of pandemic H1N1 and H5N1 influenza A viruses in a human lung explant model - Viola Weinheimer, Berlin
Highly pathogenic influenza virus infection of the thymus interferes with T lymphocyte development - Oliver Planz, Tübingen
Insufficient protection of vaccinated chickens against Egyptian escape mutants of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 - Christian Grund, Greifswald – Insel Riems
Inhibition of the RIG-I dependent signalling pathway by the influenza B virus NS1 protein - Daniel Voss, Berlin
A polymorphism in the hemagglutinin of a highly pathogenic H5N1 influenza virus determines organ tropism in mice - Benjamin Mänz, Marburg


Session 7 - Infrastructure, methods and diagnostics

MLVAplus.net: online database and analysis tool for bacterial typing with MLVA, SNP and other categorical data - Thomas Weniger, Münster
A comprehensive next generation sequencing strategy for full-length genomes of influenza A - Dirk Höper, Greifswald – Insel Riems
Peptide microarray-based serologic strain-typing of Toxoplasma gondii in infected humans from Germany - Pavlo Maksimov, Wusterhausen
A single mixed Toxoplasma gondii oocyst sample from Germany consists of many T. gondii clones of different virulences, genetically distinct from the clonal types I, II and III - Daland Herrmann, Wusterhausen
Novel murine models to study Campylobacter jejuni infection - Stefan Bereswill, Berlin
Experimental poxvirus infection in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus): a new primate model for orthopox virus infections - Kerstin Mätz-Rensing, Göttingen


Session 8 - Junior scientists meet senior scientists

Plenary Session

Coronaviruses: importance, dynamics and specificities of innate immune responses to cytopathic RNA virus infection - Prof. Dr. Volker Thiel, St. Gallen, Swizerland


Parasitic zoonoses in Central Europe - illusion or reality? - Prof. Dr. Herbert Auer, Wien, Austria


Emerging viruses in Greece: Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus in 2008 - West Nile virus in 2010 - Prof. Dr. Anna Papa-Konidari, Thessaloniki, Greece


Posteraward - Prof. Dr. Martin Groschup (Moderation)


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