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Program HPIG 2016 conference

The conference will start from 15:00 on June 29, and will finish lunchtime on July 2.

(disclaimer: the program may still be altered. Please contact the conference secretariat (Marian Jorgensen) if you have any queries or comments)

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Wednesday June 29th – 15.00

Opening session

Chair: Freddy Haesebrouck & Leif Andersen

 

Leif Andersen

Denmark

Opening speech

10 - 15 min.

 

Manuel Amieva

USA

The importance of infectious micro-niches, how Helicobacter pylori finds, colonizes and alters precursor cells and stem cells in the gastric glands

30 + 10 min.

HP-07

C Blaecher, N Gorlé, E Bauwens, B Flahou, R Ducatelle, C Libert, RE Vandenbroucke, F Haesebrouck, A Smet

Belgium

Influence of an experimental Helicobacter suis infection on the stomach-brain axis in mice

10 + 5 min.

HP-36

M Alzheimer, SM Tirier, M Schweinlin, M Metzger, H Walles , CM Sharma

Germany

Novel tissue-engineered human 3D infection models to study pathogenesis of Helicobacter pylori and Campylobacter jejuni

10 + 5 min.

16.30 Coffee break

Wednesday June 29th – 17.00

Metabolism

Chair: Annemieke Smet & Christine Josenhans

 

Hilde De Reuse

France

Evolution of Helicobacter and nickel metabolism

25 + 5 min

HP-13

A Vannini, E Pinatel, PE Costantini, S Pelliciari, D Roncarati, S Puccio, G De Bellis, C Peano, A Danielli

Italy

The Helicobacter pylori NikR regulon

10 + 5 min

HP-32

S Pernitzsch, B Aul, M Robbe-Saule, H De Reuse, C Sharma

Germany

Small RNA-mediated phase-variable gene expression control in the gastric pathogen Helicobacter pylori

10 + 5 min

18.00 Dinner

 

Thursday June 30th – 8.30

Cellular immunity

Chair: Richard Ferrero & Karolina Rudnicka

 

Karen Robinson

UK

Recent advances in cellular immunity to H. pylori

25 + 5 min

HP-03

K Rudnicka, A Matusiak, AP Moran, M Chmiela

Poland

Circulating natural killer t cells respond differently to H. pylori protein antigens and lipopolysaccharid

10 + 5 min

HP-18

K Kaneko, D Reddiar, D Letley, J Rhead, JC Atherton, K Robinson

UK

Modulation of B cells by Helicobacter pylori induces expansion of regulatory T cells

10 + 5 min

HP-19

D Reddiar, K Kaneko, J White, J Atherton, K Robinson

UK

IL-10-producing B and T lymphocytes during H. pylori infection

10 + 5 min

HP-35

IC Arnold, S Urban, F Piattini, A Müller

Switzerland

Myeloid cell response to H. pylori infection

10 + 5 min

10.00 Break

Thursday June 30th – 10.30

Inflammatory signalling

Chair: Markus Gerhard & Manuel Amieva

 

Richard L. Ferrero

Australia

The innate signalling pathways regulating H. pylori-induced inflammation

25 + 5 min

HP-21

K D’Costa, LS Tran, S Hicham, C Ecobichon, A Guanizo, J Ferrand, H Tye, S Preston, C Lefèvre, PA Johanesen, DJ Philpott, S Girardin, IG Boneca, RL Ferrero

Australia

Modifications of Helicobacter pylori peptidoglycan and their impact on NOD1-mediated host cell responses

10 + 5 min

HP-23

LS Tran, H Chaudhry, K D'Costa, A De Paoli, J Ferrand, BA Croker, SL Masters, RL Ferrero

Australia

NOD1 sensing of Helicobacter pylori infection modulates secretion of mature IL-18 in gastric epithelial cells

10 + 5 min

HP-26

R Semper, M Vieth, M Gerhard, R Mejías-Luque

Germany

Helicobacter pylori dampens host immune responses through the Nlrc4 inflammasome

10 + 5 min

12.00 Lunch


Thursday June 30th – 13.00

Poster round 1

Chair: Ming Chen & Tove Havnhøj Frandsen

HP-02

E Mnich, K Rudnicka, A Gajewski, AP Moran, K Hinc, M Obuchowski, M Chmiela

Poland

The impact of Helicobacter pylori antigens onthe healing process of gastric cellular barrier. An in vitro model of gastric epithelial cells and fibroblasts

 

HP-05

C De Witte, B Flahou, R Ducatelle, A Smet, E De Bruyne, M Cnockaert, B Taminiau, G Daube, P Vandamme, F Haesebrouck

Belgium

Fusobacterium gastrosuis sp. Nov.: A major component of the porcine gastric microbiota

 

HP-06

C Blaecher, E Bauwens, S Dobbs, J Dobbs, R Ducatelle, F Haesebrouck, A Smet

Belgium

A novel isolation protocol and probe-based RT-PCR for diagnosis of gastric infections with the zoonotic pathogen Helicobacter suis

 

HP-20

KS Papadakos, S Breurec, B Martinez-Gonzalez, A Voulgari-Kokota, S Michopoulos, GJ Mantzaris, AF Mentis, DN Sgouras

Greece

Phylogenetic analysis of Helicobacter pylori isolates from Greek and Iranian origin may further support human ancient migration from Mesopotamia

 

HP-45

S Puccio, E Pinatel, G Grillo, F Licciulli, F Ferrari, S Liuni, M Severgnini, A Vannini, G De Bellis, A Danielli, C Peano

Italy

HelicoMINE: an integrated DataBase and WebTools platform for Helicobacter pylori functional data analysis and visualization

 

HP-46

S Pombo, I Boneca, N Buddelmeijer

France

Identification of Novel Cell Shape determinants in Helicobacter pylori

 

HP-47

M Nowaczyk, P Jaworski, A Zawilak-Pawlik

Poland

The role of the N-terminus DnaA in assembly and regulation of H. pylori replication initiation complex

 

HP-48

R Tavares, SK Pathak

Sweden

Helicobacter pylori protein HP1286 regulates responses of multiple cell types

 

HP-52

S Sharba, C Su, M Constantino, R Bansil, S Lindén

Sweden

Investigating the relationship between human mucin carbohydrate repertoire, Helicobacter pylori adhesin expression, mucin binding ability and swimming behavior

 

HP-53

M Reines, M Soerensen, P Morey, P Schlaermann, H Berger, TF Meyer

Germany

Ectopic expression of H. pylori CagA leads to trans-differentiation of human primary gastric cells

 

HP-55

S Wölffling, F Boccellato, K Fritsche, A Imai, TF Meyer

Germany

Exploring the role of the Gastric Stromal Cells in the inflammatory response against Helicobacter pylori

 

Thursday June 30th – 14.00

Genomics and regulation I

Chair: Ichizo Kobayashi & Cynthia Sharma

 

Sebastian Suerbaum

Germany

Genome-wide analyses of chromosomal import patterns after natural transformation of H. pylori in vitro and during chronic infection

25 + 5 min.

HP-41

NJ Krüger, MT Knüver, A Zawilak-Pawlik, B Appel, K Stingl

Germany

Single cell analysis of H. pylori reveals a pH-dependent competence window fine-tuned by oxidative stress

10 + 5 min.

HP-30

I Estibariz, J Krebes, F Ailloud, T Aebischer, TF Meyer, B Bunk, C Spröer, J Overmann, S Suerbaum

Germany

In vivo genome and methylome adaptation of Helicobacter pylori BCS 100 during an experimental human infection study

10 + 5 min.

HP-40

AHM van Vliet, JG Kusters

The Netherlands

Functional genomics of virulence potential and antimicrobial resistance markers by in silico genomotyping of Helicobacter pylori

10 + 5 min.

HP-44

I Kobayashi

Japan

Genome and epigenome evolution in H. pylori

10 + 5 min.

15.30 Break

Thursday June 30th – 16.00

Genomics and regulation II

Chair: Eliette Touati & Arnoud van Vliet

 

Scott Merrell

USA

Characterization of Helicobacter pylori regulatory factors identifies a regulator of biofilm formation

25 + 5 min.

HP-17

L El Mortaji, E Galtier, S Aubert, C Schmitt, K Anger, Y Redko, Y Quentin, H De Reuse

France

Role of the sole DEAD-box RNA helicase of the gastric pathogen Helicobacter pylori

10 + 5 min.

17.00 Business meeting, room B-21

18.00 Dinner

19.15 Visit to The Maritime Museum of Denmark

 

Friday July 1st – 8.30

Mucosal surface interactions I

Chair: Thomas Borén & Anna Arnqvist

 

Han Remaut

Belgium

Structure-function insights into polymorphic ABO glycan binding by Helicobacter pylori

25 + 5 min

HP-09

R Bansil, M Constantino

USA

Influence of helical shape on run-reverse corkscrew swimming of H. pylori in solutions as revealed by high-resolution imaging and rapid tracking

10 + 5 min.

HP-10

M Padra, EC Skoog, A Åberg, P Gideonsson, I Obi, A Arnqvist, SK Lindén

Sweden

Binding of Helicobacter pylori to human gastric mucins via the BabA adhesin cause aggregation that inhibits proliferation and is regulated via ArsS

10 + 5 min.

HP-15

K Moonens, P Gideonsson, S Subedi, J Bugaytsova, A Debraekeleer, E Romaõ, S Muyldermans, T Borén, H Remaut

Belgium

Countering the Helicobacter pylori blood group antigen binding adhesin BabA

10 + 5 min.

HP-33

Y Chernov, J Bugaytsova, A Shevtsova, T Borén

Sweden

Acid-sensitive depolymerization of BabA multimers into monomers is reversible

10 + 5 min.

10.00 Break

Friday July 1st – 10.30

Mucosal surface interactions II

Chair: Sara Lindén & Han Remaut

 

Thomas Borén

Sweden

Helicobacter pylori – A sweet and sour experience

25 + 5 min.

HP-01

W Gonciarz, M Walencka, E Mnich, A Gajewski, M Chmiela

Poland

IL- 33 and MMP-9 as markers of gastric epithelial cell barrier damage and inflammatory response. In vivo model of H. pylori infection in Cavia porcellus

10 + 5 min.

HP-37

I Amorim, A Smet, F Haesebrouck, CA Reis, F Gärtnera

Portugal

Helicobacter spp. in the gastric mucosa of Portuguese dogs

10 + 5 min.

12.00 Lunch

Friday July 1st – 13.00

Poster round 2

Chair: Karen A. Krogfelt & Annemieke Smet

HP-27

S Wüstner, F Anderl, C Sachs, M Vieth, R Mejías-Luque, M Gerhard

Germany

Role of Helicobacter pylori γ-glutamyl transferase in gastric colonization and bacterial persistence

 

HP-29

S Bats, D Pscheniza, C Bergé, L Terradot, C Josenhans

Germany

Characterization of the H. pylori cagPAI protein CagN

 

HP-39

Z Muñoz, A Mendez, K Ikuko, MM Bravo, C Rizzato, K Thorell, R Torres, F Aviles, F Canzian, J Torres

Mexico

Whole genome sequence and phylogenetic analysis shows Helicobacter pylori strains from Latinamerican groups have followed a unique evolution pathway

 

HP-42

O Sokolova, M Naumann

Germany

Induction of NF-κB by Helicobacter pylori requires MyD88, but not intracellular TLRs and RIG-I

 

HP-43

G Mori, N Doniselli, F Vallese, R Percudani

Italy

Peroxidatic activity and heme-binding of Helicobacter pylori catalase-like protein

 

HP-49

M Constantino, S Sharba, F Haesebrouck, S Lindén, R Bansil

USA

Characterization of swimming behavior of H. suis by high-resolution imaging and rapid tracking

 

HP-50

E Bauwens, C Blaecher, N Gorlé, C Ducatelle, C Libert, RE Vandenbroucke, F Haesebrouck, A Smet

Belgium

Impact of a Helicobacter heilmannii infection on the gut-brain axis and gut-microbiome

 

HP-51

N Doniselli, B Fermi, G Mori, R Percudani

Italy

The BTLCP protein KapA drives the periplasmic export of H. pylori catalase by a hitchhiking mechanism through the twin arginine translocation system

 

HP-54

P Jaworski, M Nowaczyk, R Donczew, M Klajner, A Zawilak-Pawlik

Poland

Assembly of the replication initiation complex on H. pylori bipartite oriC

 

Friday July 1st – 14.00

Pathogenesis

Chair: Hilde De Reuse & Freddy Haesebrouck

 

Lene Juel Rasmussen

Denmark

The role of microbial pathogenesis in genome instability of human host: Degradation of DNA repair and mitochondrial bioenergetics.

25 + 5 min.

HP-04

C De Witte, B Flahou, I Bosschem, R Ducatelle, A Smet, F Haesebrouck

Belgium

Helicobacter suis causes changes in host factors involved in gastric acid secretion in pigs of different ages

10 + 5 min.

HP-11

S Bhattacharjee, E Loffredo-Verde, R Semper, R Mejias-Luque, CP da Costa*, M Gerhard*

Germany

Co-infection of H. pylori and S. mansoni: Implications on immune responses and disease progression

10 + 5 min.

HP-16

F Boccellato, S Wölffling, A Imai, G Sanchez, TF Meyer

Germany

A new cultivation method to study the complex interaction between epithelial and stromal cells of the human gastric mucosa

10 + 5 min.

15.30 Break

Friday July 1st – 16.00

Cag and type IV secretion system

Chair: Steffen Backert & Rainer Haas

 

Jay Solnick

USA

Why does H. pylori have a pathogenicity island: the bacterial perspective

25 + 5 min.

HP-08

EC Skoog, VA Morikis, ME Martin, GA Foster, LM Hansen, SI Simon, JV Solnick

USA

Functional plasticity in the Helicobacter pylori Type IV secretion system is mediated by alterations in integrin binding

10 + 5 min.

HP-12

KT Pham, F Schindele, E Weiss, R Haas, W Fischer

Germany

Role of non-essential genes of the Helicobacter pylori Cag type IV secretion system: cagG and cagP influence levels of the pilus assembly factors CagH, CagI and CagL

10 + 5 min.

HP-31

T Bönig, P Olbermann, S Bats, W Fischer, C Josenhans

Germany

Systematic site-directed mutagenesis of CagL, an outer protein of the Helicobacter pylori cag type IV secretion system

10 + 5 min.

18.00 Dinner

20.00 Live music and dancing, Konventum

 

Saturday July 2nd – 8.30

Carcinogenesis

Chair: Open & Fatima Gärtner

 

Markus Gerhard

Germany

Helicobacter pylori and gastric cancer: lessons from basic research to novel treatment options

20 + 5 min.

HP-14

P Floch, J Izotte, E Sifré, P Costet, B Rousseau, A Giese, F Mégraud, P Dubus, M Hahne, P Lehours

France

A new animal model of gastric lymphomagenesis? hAPRIL transgenic mice infected by Helicobacter species

10 + 5 min.

 

Mario D’Elios

Italy

Mechanisms of autoimmunity and gastric MALT lymphoma: Helicobacter, T cells and microbiome

20 + 5 min.

HP-28

JAB Strickertsson, C Desler, AMD Machado, A Otto, D Becher, L Friis-Hansen, LJ Rasmussen

Denmark

Understanding how bacterial pathogens cause genome instability in human host

10 + 5 min.

HP-24

A Javaheri, T Kruse, K Moonens, I Asche, N Tegtmeyer, B Kalali, NC Bach, SA Sieber, V Königer, CR Hauck, R Haas, DH Busch, E Klaile, H Slevogt, A Schmidt, S Backert, H Remaut, BB Singer, M Gerhard

Germany

Engagement of CEACAM receptors by Helicobacter pylori modulates immune responses

10 + 5 min.

10.00 Break

Saturday July 2nd – 10.30

Award session

Chair: Sebastian Suerbaum, Leif Andersen, Thomas Boren & Freddy Haesebrouck

Awards for best presentations

Closing remarks by Leif Andersen

 

12.00 Lunch
If you want lunch, you can order it at the reception desk, Konventum, on Friday and pay separately (not included in the registration fee)

 

 

 

 


 

Last updated: 24 June, 2016