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MICROBIOLOGY AND INFECTION 2017
5th Joint Conference of the DGHM & VAAM
VAAM Annual Meeting 2017
69th Annual Meeting of the DGHM
PROGRAMME
5–8 MARCH 2017
WUERZBURG
Congress Centrum Wuerzburg (CCW)
Maritim Hotel Wuerzburg
www.microbiology-infection.de
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CONTENTS/TABLE OF CONTENTS
Organisation and Imprint ........................................................................................................5
Welcome Notes
Welcome Note of the Conference Presidents .................................................10
Welcome Note of the Presidents of the DGHM & VAAM.................................11
General Meeting
VAAM ...........................................................................................................12
DGHM ..........................................................................................................13
Special Groups DGHM & VAAM ....................................................................14
General Information ...............................................................................................................15
Registration ...................................................................................................15
Accommodation, Parking, Certification ..........................................................16
Cloakroom, Social Programme, etc................................................................17
Tips for Authors .............................................................................................19
Types of Presentations and Sessions..............................................................20
List of Abbreviations ......................................................................................21
Social Programme..................................................................................................................22
Sponsors, Media Cooperations and Fundings.........................................................................24
Exhibitors – alphabetical ........................................................................................................25
Floor Plans.............................................................................................................................28
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CONTENTS/TABLE OF CONTENTS
Programme Overview
Sunday, 5 March ...........................................................................................31
Monday, 6 March ..........................................................................................32
Tuesday, 7 March ..........................................................................................34
Wednesday, 8 March .....................................................................................36
Scientific Programme
Sunday, 5 March ...........................................................................................38
Monday, 6 March ..........................................................................................41
Tuesday, 7 March ..........................................................................................60
Wednesday, 8 March .....................................................................................81
Poster Presentations
Monday, 6 March (Postersession 1)...............................................................101
Tuesday, 7 March (Postersession 2)...............................................................137
Invited Speaker
Plenary Sessions ..........................................................................................174
Mini Symposia ..............................................................................................177
Index of the Presenting Authors and Chairs .............................................................................178
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ORGANISATION AND IMPRINT
Venue
Congress Centrum Wuerzburg (CCW) | Maritim Hotel Wuerzburg
Pleichertorstraße
97070 Wuerzburg (DE)
Date
5–8 March 2017
Conference Website
www.microbiology-infection.de
Conference Presidents
Prof. Dr. Matthias Frosch
Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
Institute for Hygiene and Microbiology
Josef-Schneider-Straße 2, E1
97080 Wuerzburg (DE)
Prof. Dr. Jörg Vogel
Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
Institute of Molecular Infection Biology
Josef-Schneider-Straße 2, D15
97080 Wuerzburg (DE)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Rudel
Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
Department of Microbiology
Am Hubland
97074 Wuerzburg (DE)
Programme Committee (Wuerzburg/DE)
Sina Bartfeld Martin Fraunholz Matthias Frosch Roy Gross Knut Ohlsen Thomas Rudel
Cynthia Sharma
Jörg Vogel
Ulrich Vogel
Wilma Ziebuhr
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ORGANISATION AND IMPRINT
Board of the DGHM
President
Prof. Dr. Mathias Herrmann
Medical Faculty Muenster
Deanery
Albert-Schweitzer-Campus 1 • 48149 Muenster (DE)
[email protected]
Treasurer
Prof. Dr. med. Helmut Fickenscher
Schleswig-Holstein University Medical Center, Campus Kiel
Institute for Infection Medicine
Brunswiker Straße 4 • 24105 Kiel (DE)
[email protected]
Secretary
Prof. Dr. med. Jan Buer
Essen University Hospital
Institute for Medical Microbiology
Hufelandstraße 55 • 45122 Essen (DE)
[email protected]
Vice Presidents
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Petra Dersch
Institute for Molecular Infection Biology
Helmholtz Center for Infection Research
Inhoffenstraße 7 • 38124 Braunschweig (DE)
[email protected]
Prof. Dr. med. Georg Häcker
Institute for Med. Microbiology and Hygiene of the University Hospital
Hermann-Herder-Straße 11 • 79104 Freiburg i. Br. (DE)
[email protected]
Past President
Prof. Dr. med. Sebastian Suerbaum
Max von Pettenkofer-Institute
Pettenkoferstraße 9a • 80336 Munich (DE)
[email protected]
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ORGANISATION AND IMPRINT
Board of the VAAM
President
Prof. Dr. Oskar Zelder
BASF SE/GBW – A30
67056 Ludwigshafen (DE)
[email protected]
1st Vice President
Prof. Dr. Ruth Schmitz-Streit
University of Kiel
Institute for General Microbiology
Am Botanischen Garten 1–9 • 24118 Kiel (DE)
[email protected]
2nd Vice President
Prof. Dr. Dieter Jahn
University of Braunschweig
Institute for Microbiology
Spielmannstraße 7 • 38106 Braunschweig (DE)
[email protected]
Secretary
Prof. Dr. Hubert Bahl
University of Rostock
Microbiology
Albert-Einstein-Straße 3 • 18501 Rostock (DE)
[email protected]
Treasurer
Prof. Dr. Beate Averhoff
University of Frankfurt
Molecular Microbiology and Bioenergetics
Max-von-Laue-Straße 9 • 60438 Frankfurt a. M. (DE)
N240-1.04
[email protected]
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ORGANISATION AND IMPRINT
Conference Secretary
Office DGHM
German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology (DGHM)
DGHM Office
Dr. Nicole von Maltzahn
Institute for Medical Microbiology and Hospital Hygiene
Medical University Hanover
Carl-Neuberg-Straße 1 • 30625 Hanover (DE)
www.dghm.org
Office VAAM
Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM)
Dr. Katrin Muth
Moerfelder Landstraße 125 • 60598 Frankfurt a. M. (DE)
www.vaam.de
Conference Organisation and Industrial Exhibition
Conventus Congressmanagement and Marketing GmbH
Christian Tschäpe/Maria Pechtl
Carl-Pulfrich-Straße 1 • 07745 Jena (DE)
Phone +49 3641 31 16-317/-354 • Fax +49 3641 31 16-243
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WELCOME NOTE OF THE CONFERENCE PRESIDENTS
Dear Colleagues,
Prof. Dr. Matthias Frosch
Prof. Dr. Thomas Rudel
Prof. Dr. Jörg Vogel
On behalf of the organizing committee of the 5th Joint Conference of DGHM and VAAM we cordially
welcome you to the 5th joint conference Microbiology and Infection in Wuerzburg.
We are very pleased with the high number of renowned national and international scientists covering the topics Antibiotics and Resistance, Microbiome and Commensals, Phages and New Viruses,
Non-coding RNA, Single-cell Genomics and Gene Expression, Host Niches and Infection Models
as well as Refugee and Migrant Health that have accepted our invitation to speak. We have received
almost 1,000 abstracts that have allowed us to assemble an attractive program to cover the entire
spectrum of current microbial research, spanning from basic molecular biology of microbes to infection prevention and hospital hygiene.
The Congress Center Wuerzburg (CCW) provides an excellent venue for this event with estimated
1,500 participants. We are convinced that its wonderful atmosphere will facilitate personnel exchange
not only during the scientific program and the industrial exhibition but also during the social events.
We are extremely grateful for the generous support from our main sponsors and industry partners, as
well for financial support by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the Federation of European
Microbiological Societies (FEMS).
We are looking forward to a stimulating conference and hope that you will find the time to visit some
of Wuerzburg’s famous sights which are located in walking distance to the CCW.
Matthias Frosch
Thomas Rudel
Jörg Vogel
Conference Presidents
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JOINT WELCOME NOTE OF THE DGHM AND VAAM PRESIDENTS
Dear friends and colleagues, dear guests,
Prof. Dr. Mathias Herrmann Prof. Dr. Oskar Zelder
On behalf of the boards of the German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology (DGHM) and the Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM) we warmly welcome you to “Microbiology
and Infection”, the 5th joint conference of the two largest German societies in the field of microbiology.
We are happy that only 3 years after the last joint event in Dresden we have the opportunity to get together
in Wuerzburg once more to demonstrate the whole spectrum of microbiology as an interdisciplinary
field. The first conference that both of our societies held together, took place in Munich in 2000. It
was established to comply with the increasingly close relationship between both associations as well
as the growing number of collaborations within microbiology, and has meanwhile become a tradition.
The Wuerzburg organization team has assorted a compelling scientific program covering a wide range of
topics. These will form the basis for broad and intense discussions in oral sessions, symposia, educational
workshops, poster sessions and the meetings of the professional groups. A large industry exhibition
will provide the opportunity for participants to inform themselves about new technologies, devices,
and services in microbiology, infection biology, and diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases.
We sincerely thank our invited speakers and all authors for their contributions to this conference. Approximately 1,000 scientific abstracts have been submitted. Moreover, we greatly honor the hard work
and strong commitment of all members of the local organizing committee and the Special Groups who
have helped to review the abstracts and structure the conference program.
We highly appreciate the generous support granted by our main sponsors, industrial partners and the
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. This year, we expect about 1,500 participants, including a large
number of PhD students and junior researchers.
We are looking forward to an interdisciplinary, interactive and a trend-setting meeting in Wuerzburg.
Benefit from a wide range of scientific input, exchange between our two societies, and meet old and
make new friends!
Welcome to Wuerzburg!
Prof. Dr. Mathias Herrmann
Prof. Dr. Oskar Zelder
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DGHMPresident VAAM
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GENERAL MEETING VAAM
Einladung zur Mitgliederversammlung der VAAM
Hiermit lade ich alle Mitglieder der VAAM zur Mitgliederversammlung ein. Sie wird am Dienstag, den
7. März 2017, um 18.00 Uhr im Barbarossa Saal des Congress Centrums in Wuerzburg stattfinden.
Vorläufige Tagesordnung:
1.Festlegung der Tagesordnung und Genehmigung der Niederschrift der
Mitgliederversammlung vom 15. März 2016 in Jena
(siehe BIOspektrum 3/16, Seiten 298 und 299)
2.Bericht aus dem Vorstand, u.a. Ort und Zeit der nächsten Jahrestagung, Aktivitäten
der Fachgruppen, VBIO/DGHM/FEMS/IUMS, Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, Haushalt 2016 und
Haushaltsplan 2017
3.Bericht der Kassenprüfer
4.Entlastung des Vorstandes
5.Wahl des Präsidiums (Präsident, 1. Vizepräsident, Schatzmeister, Schriftführer) und drei der
sechs Mitglieder des Beirates (geheime Wahl während der Mitgliederversammlung)
6.Antrag auf Neugründung einer Fachgruppe
7.Mikrobe des Jahres 2017
8.Verschiedenes
Im Anschluss: Verleihung einer Ehrenmitgliedschaft
Hiermit bitte ich alle Mitglieder, Vorschläge zur Wahl des Präsidiums und des Beirates beim Präsidenten
einzureichen (bis 14 Tage vor der Mitgliederversammlung), wobei Vorschläge für das Präsidium von
zehn VAAM-Mitgliedern und für den Beirat von drei Mitgliedern unterschrieben sein müssen. Ich möchte
auch darauf hinweisen, dass der Vorstand der VAAM den jetzigen 1. Vizepräsidenten entsprechend
der Geschäftsordnung (siehe Homepage der VAAM) zur Wahl zum Präsidenten vorschlagen wird.
Ordentliche und studentische Mitglieder haben auf der Mitgliederversammlung gleiches Stimmrecht.
Reisekostenzuschüsse für studentische Mitglieder können bei fristgerecht eingegangenen Anträgen
und bei Vorliegen der sonstigen Voraussetzungen nur persönlich am Dienstag, den 7. März, 13.00 Uhr
und Mittwoch, den 8. März, 13.00 Uhr am Check-In abgeholt werden.
Hubert Bahl
Schriftführer
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GENERAL MEETING DGHM
Einladung zur Mitgliederversammlung der DGHM
Liebe Mitglieder,
im Namen des Präsidenten der DGHM, Herrn Prof. Dr. med. Mathias Herrmann, lade ich Sie ganz
herzlich zur Mitgliederversammlung anlässlich der Tagung „Microbiology & Infection“/ 69. Jahrestagung der DGHM am
Montag, den 6. März 2017, ab 18.00 Uhr in den Barbarossa Saal ein.
Als Tagesordnung ist vorgesehen:
TOP 1: Annahme der Tagesordnung
TOP 2: Bericht des Präsidenten
TOP 3: Bericht des Schriftführers
TOP 4: Bericht des Schatzmeisters
TOP 5: Bericht der Kassenprüfer
TOP 6: Wahl von 2 neuen Kassenprüfern
TOP 7: Abstimmung über den Tagungstermin 2019*
TOP 8: Verschiedenes
*Im Rahmen der Abstimmung wird über den Tagungstermin der DGHM-Jahrestagung 2019 ab gestimmt. Die vorangehende Tagung 2018 wird vom 18.–21. Februar 2018 in Bochum und die da rauffolgende Tagung 2020 ist wieder eine gemeinsame Tagung von DGHM/VAAM und wird daher
auch wieder im Frühjahr 2020 stattfinden. Es muss darüber entschieden werden, ob die DGHM Jahrestagung 2019 im Frühjahr oder im Herbst stattfinden soll.
Über Ihre Teilnahme würde ich mich sehr freuen und
verbleibe mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Ihre Nicole von Maltzahn
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MEETINGS OF THE SPECIAL GROUPS
Meeting of the VAAM Special Groups
Monday, 6 March
19.30–20.00
Identification and Systematics (Room 5)
20.00–20.30
Regulation and Signal Transduction in Prokaryotes (Room 13)
20.00–20.30
Cyanobacteria (Room 6)
20.00-20.30
Microbial Cell Biology (Room 12)
Tuesday, 7 March
10.30–11.00 Functional Genomics (Room 13)
Meeting of the DGHM Special Groups
Monday, 6 March
12.45–13.15
Eukaryotic Pathogens (Room 6)
17.00–18.00
General and Hospital Hygiene & Antimicrobial Resistance and Drugs,
Infection Prevention (Room 6)
Tuesday, 7 March
10.00-10.30 Microbiota, Probiota and Host (Room 12)
17.30-18.00
Gastrointestinal Infections (Room 12)
19.30–20.00
Diagnostic Microbiology & Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
(Room 6)
19.30–20.00
Infection Epidemiology and Population Genetics (Room 13)
19.30–20.00
Zoonoses (Room 12)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Registration
Registration for the conference is required. Please register online at www.microbiology-infection.de.
Conference Fees
Member1
Non-Member
Member Student, Technical Assistant, Unemployed1,2 Non-Member Student, Technical Assistant, Unemployed 2
Member Retiree1
Non-Member Retiree
280 EUR
350 EUR
90 EUR
115 EUR
100 EUR
140 EUR
Day Tickets
Member1
Non-Member Member Student, Technical Assistant, Unemployed 1,2
Non-Member Student, Technical Assistant, Unemployed 2 135 EUR
165 EUR
60 EUR
75 EUR
Social Programme
Welcome Reception, 5 March – for Participants
Welcome Reception, 5 March – Accompanying Person/Day Tickets
Mixer, 7 March – for Participants
Mixer, 7 March – Accompanying Person/Day Tickets
included
15 EUR
included
25 EUR
Members of the VAAM, DGHM, GBM and DECHEMA
Please provide proof by e-mail to [email protected] or fax to +49 3641 31 16 241, or per
mail to Conventus GmbH, Carl-Pulfrich-Straße 1, 07745 Jena/DE; Keyword: VAAM&DGHM 2017.
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2
Payment/Confirmation of Payment
An invoice or confirmation of registration will be sent to you via postal or electronic mail within 14
days. This invoice is a valid invoice which may be submitted to the local tax and revenue office.
All fees are due upon receipt of invoice/registration confirmation. Payment transfers must include
participant’s name and invoice number. Payment is also accepted by credit card (Master-/Eurocard,
American Express, VISA). Should you transfer your invoice amount within 10 days of the start of the
event, please present your transfer remittance slip on-site.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Registration fees include
• Participation in the scientific programme as well as access to the industrial exhibition
• Opening event
• Conference documents (programme, digital abstract book, etc.)
• Beverages within the scope of the breaks given in the programme
The conference fee also includes the provision of snacks and drinks at the Welcome Reception as
well as buffet and beverages at the social evening (Mixer).
Accommodation
We have reserved a contingent of rooms at special rates in different categories.
Please quote the special conference booking code “VAAM&DGHM” when booking to benefit from the
special conference rates. Further information on accommodation is provided at www.microbiologyinfection.de.
Conventus acts as an intermediary for hotel reservations and therefore assumes no liability for reservations. Changes and cancellations have to be addressed to the according hotels directly. The
cancellation terms of the individual hotels apply.
General Terms and Conditions
You can find the general terms and conditions on our conference website www.microbiology-infection.de.
Parking
The location offers the following parking spaces:
- Underground carpark Congress Centrum (300 carports, max. vehicle height 2 m)
- Parking Congress Centrum (200 carports)
- Parking Talavera (1.000 carports) (5 minutes walking distance)
- Parking Friedensbrücke (250 carports) (5 minutes walking distance)
Certification
Medical Chamber of Bavaria
Sunday, 5 March
Monday, 6 March
Tuesday, 7 March
Wednesday, 8 March
15.00–19.30 08.30–20.00 08.30–19.30 08.30–15.00 Category B
Category B
Category B
Category B
4 CME points
6 CME points
6 CME points
6 CME points
IMPORTANT: Daily registration at the certification desk of the “LÄK” (near check-in) is a mandatory
requirement! Here you will also receive your daily certificate for your Medical Chamber.
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Deutsches Institut zur Weiterbildung Technischer Assistentinnen/Assistenten in der Medizin e. V. (DIW-MTA)
Scientific Programme
Sunday, 5 March
15.30–19.00 Category B
3 credit points
Monday, 6 March
08.30–19.30 Category B
6 credit points
Tuesday, 7 March
08.30–19.30 Category B
6 credit points
Wednesday, 8 March
08.30–15.00 Category B
3 credit points
We kindly ask MTA to sign up daily in the lists displayed near the check-in desk. You will get your
certificate of attendance at your last day at the conference.
Akademie für tierärztliche Fortbildung
Scientific Programme
Monday, 6 March 6 credit points
Tuesday, 7 March 6 credit points
Wednesday, 8 March 4 credit points
General Certificate of Attendance
General Certificates of attendance will first be made available on the last day of the conference at
the check-in desk.
Name Badge
Please wear your name badge during all congress events, including networking activities. Admission
to scientific sessions and to the industrial exhibition is restricted to participants wearing their badge.
Participants will receive their name badge at the check-in desk.
Check-in and Quick Check-in
The check-in and quick check-in desk are located on ground floor.
Cloakroom
The coat and luggage room can be found on ground floor. The fee is 1 EUR per garment or luggage.
Social Programme (see page 22)
Sunday, 5 March • Welcome Reception
Time 19.45
Place
Congress venue, Industrial Exhibition
Tuesday, 7 March • Mixer
Time 19.30
Place Congress venue, Industrial Exhibition and Franconia Hall
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Opening Hours
SundayMondayTuesdayWednesday
10.00–18.00
10.00–23.30210.00–13.30
Industrial Exhibition 14.00–21.001 Check-in 13.00–19.30 07.30–19.30 07.30–19.30 07.30–15.00
Media Check-in 13.00–19.30 07.30–19.30 07.30–19.30 07.30–13.30
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Welcome Reception
Mixer
Child care
If you are registered for the child care service please refer to the Check-in.
Internet corner and WIFI access
WIFI is available throughout the whole conference area. You can get your voucher at the check-in
desk (3 EUR per voucher, one voucher will be for one device per day).
Session Planner
For current detailed information regarding the scientific programme please scan the QR
Code to get to the Digital Programme. Compose your individual programme and review
it at any time on your way.
Conference Language
The official conference language is English. Certain sessions will be held in German. Please check
the programme structure for details.
Publication of Abstracts
All abstracts will be published in the BIOspektrum and are available online on our conference homepage.
Poster Awards
The best 10 posters will be awarded with 100 EUR. In addition, the best 2 ePoster presentations
will be awarded with 250 EUR. The awarding of the best posters will be in the Franconia Hall on
Wednesday, 8 March from 12.00–12.30.
Catering
During the coffee breaks there are two catering stations, which are located within the industrial exhibition:
a) Catering for free: coffee, tea, water
b) Catering with costs: snacks, meals, soft drinks
During the Welcome Reception and Mixer catering will be offered free of charge. Moreover, companies
will be provide food in their industrial symposia.
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TIPS FOR AUTHORS
Submission of a Presentation/Technical Information
The presentation should be prepared as PDF, MS Office PowerPoint for Windows or key for Macintosh
DVD in format 4:3.
A presentation notebook with a PDF reader and MS Office PowerPoint 2016 will be provided. The use
of personal notebooks is possible upon agreement.
However, it may interrupt the flow of the programme in the lecture hall. Please provide an adapter
for VGA if necessary. To guarantee a smooth running programme please upload your presentation in
due time – at least 2 hours before your presentation is due to start.
Should you wish to use non-digital equipment, please contact us at
[email protected]
Presentation Upload
The media check-in for uploading your presentation is located at the second floor (please follow the
signposting). For submission, please use a USB flash drive, CD or DVD disc that is not protected
by any software. Professional staff and equipment will be available for you to arrange and preview
your presentation.
Time Allocation
Please prepare your presentation for the allotted amount of time. Chairs and moderators may interrupt
should you overrun your time limit.
ePoster Session
You will have the possibility to present your abstract as ePoster in addition to your printed poster. The
ePoster sessions are taking place from 10.15–11.00 on Monday and Tuesday at our ePoster terminals.
(please see Ground Floor Plan on page 28) Every session will have 45 minutes for presentations. The
duration of each presentation is 3 minutes (incl. discussion time). Please check
microbiology-infection.de for details.
Poster Session
Requirements
Your poster must be in English, DIN A0 (84,1 cm x 118,9 cm) and of vertical format and should not
be laminated. Pins will be provided on your poster board. Please do not use any other type of pins
than those provided. All poster boards will be labelled with a poster number. You can find your poster
number in the programme book.
Poster Session 1 • Monday, 6 March • 16.00–18.00
All posters from Session 1 have to be mounted until 12.00 on Monday, 6 March and have to be
removed until 18.30 on Monday, 6 March.
Poster Session 2 • Tuesday, 7 March • 16.00–18.00
All posters from Session 2 have to be mounted until 12.00 on Tuesday, 7 March and have to be
removed until 10.00 on Wednesday, 8 March at the latest.
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TYPES OF PRESENTATIONS AND SESSIONS
DGHM Lecture
As DGHM lecturer, an international renowned expert in the fields of infection research, hygiene,
and immunolgy is honored with a lecture in the context of the opening ceremony of the conference.
Hans-Günter-Schlegel-Lecture
In honor and memory of Prof. Dr. Hans Günter Schlegel, nestor of microbial research and publisher
of the first microbial textbook in German, the VAAM awards a renowned expert with a presentation.
Plenary Session
An expert presents his/her point of view on a certain topic within a plenary lecture.
Short Lecture/Workshop
Similar to the plenary sessions, empirical works, theoretical and methodological findings and innovations including the experts’ point of view on a certain topic will be presented. The selected
presentations have been chosen from submitted abstracts and provide therefore a good platform for
(young) scientists and researchers to provide their research.
Minisymposia (VAAM Special Groups)
The minisymposia are organised by the special groups of the VAAM. Speakers have been invited and
abstracts have been selected for presentation.
Late Breaker Session
Abstracts on current topics will be presented in the Late Breaker Session on Wednesday, 8 March
from 10.30–12.00.
The submission of abstracts is possible via e-mail to [email protected] until
27 February.
Poster Session
During our poster sessions abstract authors gain the possibility to present their poster in a short
presentation.
Poster Session 1 Monday, 6 March
Poster Session 2 Tuesday, 7 March 16.00–18.00
16.00–18.00
Industrial Symposia
In an industrial symposium companies present interesting topics with selected speakers to an interested audience. Participants can expect attractive presentations and catering sponsored by the
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Special Groups................................................................................................... Oral-/Poster ID
Biotransformation...............................................................................................(BTV)
Cyanobacteria..................................................................................................... (CBV, CPB)
Diagnostics and Quality Assurance.....................................................................(QDV)
Environmental Microbiology...............................................................................(UMV)
Food Microbiology and Food Hygiene................................................................. (LMV, LMP)
Functional Genomics..........................................................................................(FGV)
Fungal Biology and Biotechnology...................................................................... (FBV, FBP)
Identification and Systematics.............................................................................(ISV)
Microbial Cell Biology........................................................................................(MZV)
Regulation and Signal Transduction in Prokaryotes.............................................. (RSV, RSP)
Symbiotic Interactions........................................................................................ (SIV, SIP)
Abstract Topics
Antimicrobial Resistance and Drugs, Infection Prevention.................................... (PRV, PRP)
Archaea.............................................................................................................. (ARV, ARP)
Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.................................................... (KMV, KMP)
Diagnostic Microbiology..................................................................................... (DVV, DVP)
Environmental Microbiology and Ecology............................................................ (EEV, EEP)
Eukaryotic Pathogens.......................................................................................... (EKV, EKP)
Free Topics.........................................................................................................(FTP)
Gastrointestinal Infections................................................................................... (GIV, GIP)
Gene regulation and Non-coding RNA................................................................. (GRV, GRP)
General and Hospital Hygiene............................................................................. (HYV, HYP)
General Metabolism............................................................................................ (GMBV, GMBP)
Genomics and Metagenomics.............................................................................(GMGP)
Infection Epidemiology and Population Genetics................................................. (MSV, MSP)
Infection Immunology......................................................................................... (IIV, IIP)
Membranes and Transport................................................................................... (MTV, MTP)
Microbial Cell Biology and Cellular Microbiology................................................ (MCBV, MCBP)
Microbial Diversity and Evolution........................................................................ (MDEV, MDEP)
Microbial Pathogenesis....................................................................................... (MPV, MPP)
Microbiota, Probiota and Host............................................................................. (PWV, PWP)
National Reference Laboratories and Consiliary Laboratories................................ (RKV, RKP)
Phage and CRISPR............................................................................................. (PCV, PCP)
Proteomics and Metabolomics............................................................................(PMP)
Secondary Metabolites....................................................................................... (SMV, SMP)
Synthetic Microbiology and Biotechnology......................................................... (SMBV, SMBP)
Zoonoses............................................................................................................ (ZOV, ZOP)
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SOCIAL PROGRAMME
Social Programme
Sunday, 5 March • Welcome Reception
The organisers welcome all participants of the conference in the
industrial exhibition area. Meet your colleagues and other participants
by fresh drinks and snacks.
Time Place
19.45
Industrial Exhibition
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The following companies serve free drinks to the Welcome Reception at their booth:
Booth 1 - Becton Dickinson GmbH (draught beer)
Booth 2 - bioMérieux Deutschland GmbH (white/red wine)
Booth 4 - GenMark Diagnostics Germany GmbH (non alcoholic drinks)
Booth 7 - GATC Biotech AG (bottled beer)
Booth 29 - Roche Diagnostics GmbH (bottled beer)
Tuesday, 7 March • Mixer
We invite you to join a memorable evening at the Mixer. Enjoy a familiar evening with colleagues and friends, have casual conversations
and get to know each other even better: socialise and extend your
network! Decide for yourself if you want to enjoy your dinner seated
or at a bar table. The various dishes are suited for both, so you may
even switch between dishes. The band AnnRed will accompany the
evening and maybe even encourage you to dance. We are delighted
to present this exceptional evening and cordially invite you to join us!
Time Place
19.30
Franconia Hall & Industrial Exhibition
The following companies serve free drinks to the Mixer at their booth:
Booth 1 - Becton Dickinson GmbH (draught beer)
Booth 2 - bioMérieux Deutschland GmbH (white/red wine)
Booth 4 - GenMark Diagnostics Germany GmbH (non alcoholic drinks)
Booth 7 - GATC Biotech AG (bottled beer)
Booth 13 - Gilson International (non alcoholic drinks)
Booth 18 - DORNIER LabTech Systems GmbH (bottled beer)
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ANZEIGE DGHM 2018
EINLADUNG
Jahrestagung der Deutschen
Gesellschaft für Hygiene und
Mikrobiologie (DGHM) e. V.
2018
18.–21. Februar 2018
Tagungspräsidenten:
Prof. Dr. med. Jan Buer
Universitätsklinikum Essen
Prof. Dr. med. Sören Gatermann
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Prof. Dr. med. Frauke Mattner
Kliniken der Stadt Köln gGmbH
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SPONSORS • MEDIA COOPERATIONS • FUNDING
We would like to thank our sponsors for their enormous support:
Silver Sponsors
Becton Dickinson GmbH (Heidelberg/DE)
bioMérieux Deutschland GmbH (Nuertingen/DE)
Bruker Daltonik GmbH (Bremen/DE)
Roche Diagnostics Deutschland GmbH (Mannheim/DE)
Bronze Sponsor
OSM Gruppe (Essen/DE)
Fundings
The conference is generously supported by
DFG – Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Bonn/DE)
FEMS – Federation of European Microbiological Societies (Delft/NL)
Sponsors
BIOLOG Life Science Institute (Bremen/DE)
Caister Academic Press (Poole/GB)
Curetis GmbH (Holzgerlingen/DE)
Illumina (Cambridge/UK)
MP Biomedicals (Illkirch/FR)
Takara Bio Europe (Paris/FR)
Sponsors VAAM - PhD Awards
BASF-SE (Ludwigshafen/DE)
Bayer Healthcare AG (Leverkusen/DE)
Evonik Degussa (Essen/DE)
New England Biolabs GmbH (Frankfurt am Main/DE)
Sponsor Poster Awards
Springer-Verlag GmbH, BIOspektrum (Heidelberg/DE)
Media Cooperations
pn Verlag (Finning/DE) • KTM Krankenhaus Technik + Management
S. Karger AG (Basel/CH) • Journal of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology Intervirology
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AMETEK GmbH - Division CAMECA (Unterschleissheim/DE)............................................... 63
Analytik Jena AG (Jena/DE)................................................................................................. 41
Applied Maths NV (Sint-Martens-Latem/BE)........................................................................ 14
aquila biolabs GmbH (Baesweiler/DE).................................................................................. 55
Axon Lab AG (Reichenbach/DE)........................................................................................... 33
Becton Dickinson GmbH (Heidelberg/DE)............................................................................ 1
bioMérieux Deutschland GmbH (Nürtingen/DE)................................................................... 2
Biozym Scientific GmbH (Hess. Oldendorf/DE).................................................................... 48
Bruker Daltonik GmbH (Bremen/DE).................................................................................... 27
CeMeT GmbH (Tübingen/DE).............................................................................................. 51
Correvio GmbH.................................................................................................................... 20
Curetis GmbH (Holzgerlingen/DE)........................................................................................ 36
DORNER Health IT Solutions (Müllheim/DE)........................................................................ 9
DORNIER LabTech Systems GmbH (Lindau/DE)................................................................... 18
Dunn Labortechnik GmbH (Asbach/DE)................................................................................ 46
Eppendorf AG (Wesseling/DE)............................................................................................. 62
Eurogentec (Seraing/BE)...................................................................................................... 57
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Projektträger Jülich (Jülich/DE)...................................... 11
Fraunhofer IIS (Erlangen/DE)................................................................................................ 25
GATC Biotech AG (Konstanz/DE).......................................................................................... 7
GenMark Diagnostics Germany GmbH (Frankfurt a. M./DE).................................................. 4
Gilson International (Limburg-Offheim/DE).......................................................................... 13
Hain Lifescience GmbH (Nehren/DE)................................................................................... 12
I&L Biosystems GmbH (Königswinter/DE)............................................................................ 56
i3 Membrane GmbH (Hamburg/DE)..................................................................................... 44
IBA Lifesciences (Göttingen/DE).......................................................................................... 40
Illumina (Cambridge/UK)..................................................................................................... 5
IMGM LABORATORIES GmbH (Martinsried/DE)................................................................... 58
Implen GmbH (München/DE)............................................................................................... 19
INFORS GmbH (Stuttgart/DE)............................................................................................... 37
INTEGRA Biosciences Deutschland GmbH (Biebertal/DE).................................................... 61
KREIENBAUM Neoscience GmbH (Langenfeld/DE).............................................................. 43
LAMSYSTEMS GmbH (Berlin/DE)........................................................................................ 3
Leibniz-Institut DSMZ (Braunschweig/DE)............................................................................ 32
LGC Standards und LGC Genomics GmbH (Wesel/DE)........................................................ 22
Li-COR Biosciences GmbH (Bad Homburg v. d. H./DE)........................................................ 49
m2p-labs | Microbioreactors (Baesweiler/DE)..................................................................... 34
MACHEREY-NAGEL GmbH & Co. KG. (Düren/DE)................................................................ 30
Mast Diagnostica GmbH (Reinfeld/DE)................................................................................. 23
Meintrup DWS Laborgeräte GmbH (Herzlake/DE)................................................................. 21
MoBiTec GmbH (Göttingen/DE)........................................................................................... 42
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EXHIBITORS – ALPHABETICAL
MoveoMed GmbH (Radebeul/DE)........................................................................................ 52
MP Biomedicals (Illkirch/FR)............................................................................................... 6
neoFroxx GmbH (Einhausen/DE).......................................................................................... 15
New England Biolabs GmbH (Frankfurt a. M./DE)................................................................. 17
Nippon Genetics Europe GmbH (Düren/DE)......................................................................... 45
OSM Gruppe (Essen/DE)..................................................................................................... 31
Pacific Biosciences UK LTD (West Wickham, Kent/UK)......................................................... 8
Roche Diagnostics Deutschland GmbH (Mannheim/DE)....................................................... 29
Sage Products (Cary/US)..................................................................................................... 60
Sarstedt AG & Co. (Nümbrecht/DE)..................................................................................... 59
Seegene (Düsseldorf/DE).................................................................................................... 39
Seqlab - Microsynth (Balgach/CH)...................................................................................... 53
Serva Electrophoresis GmbH (Heidelberg/DE)...................................................................... 16
sifin diagnostics gmbh (Berlin/DE)...................................................................................... 26
Springer Spektrum l Springer Nature (Heidelberg/DE).......................................................... 10
STRATEC Molecular GmbH (Berlin/DE)................................................................................ 54
Takara Bio Europe (Paris/FR)................................................................................................ 50
Toepffer Lab Systems (Göppingen/DE)................................................................................. 47
Unisense A/S (Aarhus/DK)................................................................................................... 24
Zymo Research Europe GmbH (Freiburg/DE)........................................................................ 35
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FLOOR PLAN – Ground FLOOR
Poster exhibition
A
Postersession 1: 291/ARP – 374/EEP
Postersession 2: 599/IIP – 685/MCBP
B
Postersession 1: 375/EEP – 427/FTP
Postersession 2: 686/MCBP – 735/MDEP
C
Postersession 1: 428/FTP – 482/GMBP
Postersession 2: 736/MDEP – 790/MPP
Room 3
D
Postersession 1: 483/GMBP – 525/GRP
Postersession 2: 791/MPP – 832/RKP
Room 2
E
Postersession 1: 526/GRP – 565/MTP
Postersession 2: 833/RKP – 872/SMBP
F
Postersession 1: 566/MTP – 598/PRP
Postersession 2: 873/SMBP – 904/ZOP
Poster exhibition
A
eP 3
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Certification
eP 4
Info
eP 2
C
Poster exhibition
F
Cloakroom
Check-in
D
eP 5
Congress bags
E
eP 1
B
HOTEL MARITIM
Maritim Hotel
Car park
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FLOOR PLAN – First FLOOR
Room 5
Room 7+8
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Room 13
Room 12
Room 10+11
Franconia Hall
Media Check-in
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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW • SUNDAY, 5 MARCH
Industrial Exhibition
Franconia Hall
15.00–15.30
Opening of the Conference
P. 38
15.30–17.00
DGHM Lecture/
Hans-Günter-SchlegelLecture
P. 38
17.30–19.45
Award Presentation
DGHM and VAAM
P. 39
from 19.45
Welcome Reception
P. 22
LEGEND
Opening, Awards, Assemblies
Social Evenings
Plenary Sessions
Workshops/Short Lectures/Mini Symposia
Industrial Symposium
Sessions for Young Scientists
Postersession, ePostersession
Meetings of the Special Groups
English language
German language
Sessions for Hospital Hygienists
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Franconia Hall
Barbarossa Hall
Room 13
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.30
Room 10–11
08.30–10.00
Minisymposia 3
Short Lecture 2
Regulatory RNAs in Pathogenic Bacteria Mutualism and manipulation in
invertebrate symbioses
(SL GR)
(FG Symbiotic Interactions)
Short Lecture 1
Physiology of environmental
microorganisms
(SL EE)
P. 40
Short Lecture 4
Membranes and Transport
(SL MT)
P. 42
P. 44
10.15–11.00
P. 43
ePoster Session 1
P. 101
11.00–12.30
Plenary 1
Microbiome and Commensals
P. 50
12.45–14.00
12.45–13.45
12.45–13.45
Hygienesymposium 1
Pat. mit Clostridium difficile Infektion:
Isolierung Pro/Contra (StAG HY/FG PR)
Industrial Symposium 1
Bruker Daltonik GmbH
Industrial Symposium 2
Roche Diagnostics
Deutschland GmbH
P. 50
14.00–14.30
P. 51
P. 51
14.00–14.30
Award Session VAAM
Award Session DGHM
P. 52
P. 52
14.30–16.00
14.30–16.00
Plenary 2
Non-coding RNA
Plenary 3
Refugee and Migrant Health
P. 53
P. 53
16.00–18.00
Postersession 1
P. 101
18.00–19.45
18.00–19.30
18.00–20.00
18.00–19.30
Minisymposia 9
Concepts to tackle complexity:
applying theory to microbial
communities
(FG Environmental Microbiology)
DGHM Assembly
Minisymposia 10
Interkingdom Signaling
(FG Regulation and Signal
Transduction in Prokaryotes)
Minisymposia 11
New enzymes and how to
find them
(FG Biotransformation 1)
P. 56
P. 56
P. 54
P. 55
20.00–20.30
Special Group Meeting
Regulation & Signal
Transduction in Prokaryotes
S. 14
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Room 5
Room 12
Room 7–8
Room 6
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
Workshop 5
Bacterial surface structures and
adhesion
(FG MP)
Minisymposia 6
Food Microbiology and Hygiene
(FG LM)
P. 45
Workshop 8
Workshop 7
Humans, Animals and Resistance Epidemiology, pathogenicity and
antimicrobial resistance of zoonotic
(FG KM)
pathogens (FG ZO)
P. 46
P. 47
P. 48
10.15–11.00
ePoster Session 1
P. 101
12.45–13.45
12.45–13.15
Karrieresymposium
Jobperspektiven und
Karriereoptionen
Special Group Meeting
Eukaryotic Pathogens
P. 14
P. 51
16.00–18.00
17.00–18.00
Postersession 1
P. 101
Special Group Meeting
General & Hospital Hygiene
P. 14
18.00–19.30
18.00–20.00
18.00–20.00
18.00–20.00
Minisymposia 12
Phenotyping in the genomic age
(FG Identification and Systematics)
Minisymposia 13
Chromosome organisation and
dynamics: from 3D structures to
synthetic replicons
(FG Microbial Cell Biology)
Minisymposia 14
Fungi, in silico!
(FG Fungal Biology and
Biotechnology)
Minisymposia 15
Regulation of CO2 fixation and
carbon metabolism in
cyanobacteria
(FG Cyanobacteria)
P. 56
19.30–20.00
P. 57
Special Group Meeting
Identification & Systematics
P. 14
P. 58
P. 59
20.00–20.30
20.00–20.30
Special Group Meeting
Microbial Cell Biology
Special Group Meeting
Cyanobacteria
S. 14
S. 14
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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW • Tuesday, 7 March
Franconia Hall
Barbarossa Hall
Room 13
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.30
08.30–10.00
Short Lecture 16
Element cycles and species
interactions
(SL EE)
Short Lecture 17
RNA-based Regulation and Beyond
(SL GR)
Minisymposia 18
Multiple Omics for Exploring
Microbial Physiology and
Pathogenicity
(FG Functional Genomics)
Minisymposia 19
New enzymes and how to find
them
(FG Biotransformation 2)
P. 60
P. 61
10.15–11.00
P. 64
P. 62
ePoster Session 2
11.00–12.30
10.30–11.00
11.00–12.30
Plenary 4
Phages and New Viruses
Room 10–11
Hygienesymposium 2
Krankheitslast d. nosokomiale
Infekt. höher als erwartet: Daten der
Europ. Prävalenzstudie
(FG PR/StAG HY)
P. 69
P. 70
P. 137
Special Group Meeting
11.00–12.30
Functional Genomics
Workshop 24
Neues zur mikrobiologischen
Diagnostik und Qualitätssicherung
P. 14
P. 71
12.45–13.15
Industrial Symposium 3
OSM Gruppe
P. 72
13.20–13.50
Industrial Symposium 4
Illumina
14.00–14.30
14.00–14.30
Award Session VAAM
Award Session DGHM
P. 73
P. 72
P. 73
14.30–16.00
14.30–16.00
Plenary 5
Single-Cell Genomics and Gene
Expression
Plenary 6
Host Niches and Infection Models
P. 74
P. 74
16.00–18.00
Postersession 2
P. 137
18.00–19.30
18.00–19.30
18.00–20.00
VAAM Assembly
Workshop 25
Molecular and infection
epidemiology
(StAG RK/FG MS)
Workshop 26
Eukaryotic Pathogens
(FG EK)
P. 74
P. 75
from 19.30
19.30–20.00
Mixer
Special Group Meeting
Infection Epidemiology and
Population Genetics
P. 22
P. 76
P. 14
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Room 5
Room 12
Room 7–8
Room 6
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
Workshop 20
Bacterial metabolism and virulence
(FG MP)
Workshop 21
Gut microbial diversity, diet, and
health
(FG PW)
Workshop 22
Klinische Mikrobiologie:
TED-Fallstudien (interaktiv)
(FG KM)
Workshop 23
Nosocomial Infections and
Outbreaks:
(FG PR/StAG HY)
P. 65
P. 66
P. 67
P. 68
10.15–11.15
10.00–10.30
10.15–11.00
Open Science Workshop
Open Science and its
implementation
Special Group Meeting
Microbiota, Probiota and Host
ePoster Session 2
P. 69
P. 137
P. 14
12.45–13.45
12.45–13.15
Journal Workshop
Publishing in Nature Microbiology and Cell Host & Microbe
Industrial Symposium 5
Takara Bio Europe SAS
P. 72
P. 72
16.00–18.00
17.30–18.00
16.00–18.00
Postersession 2
Special Group Meeting
Gastrointestinal Infections
Postersession 2
P. 137
P. 137
P. 14
18.00–20.00
18.00–19.30
18.00–19.30
Workshop 27
Pathogenicity of
Gram-positive cocci
(FG MP)
Workshop 28
The enteric microbiota and its
influence on the host
(FG GI/FG PW)
Workshop 29
Epidemiology, diagnostic,
surveillance and prevention of multi
drug resistant organisms
(FG PR/StAG HY)
P. 80
P. 79
P. 77
20.00–20.30
Special Group Meeting
Microbial Pathogenesis
19.30–20.00
from 19.30
19.30–20.00
Special Group Meeting
Zoonoses
Mixer
Special Group Meeting
Diagnostic Microbiology/
Clinical Microbiology
P. 14
P. 22
P. 14
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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW • WEDNESDAY, 8 MARCH
Franconia Hall
Barbarossa Hall
Room 13
Room 10–11
Room 5
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
Short Lecture 30
Microbial community
dynamics in the
environment (SL EE)
Short Lecture 31
Microbial Cell Biology &
Cellular Microbiology
(SL MCB)
Short Lecture 32
Metabolic Engineering:
From Fluxes to Products
(SL SMB)
Short Lecture 33
Phage defense and
therapeutics
(SL PC)
Short Lecture 34
Archaea
(SL AR)
P. 81
P. 82
P. 83
P. 84
10.30–12.00
10.30–12.00
Plenary 7
Antibiotics and Resistance
Workshop 38
Late Breaker Session
(FG PR/StAG HY)
P. 89
P. 89
12.00–12.30
Poster Awards
P. 89
12.30–13.30
12.30–13.30
Förderungsmöglichkeiten
DFG und DAAD stellen sich
vor
Workshop 39
Selected papers of the
German Reference and
Consulting Laboratories
2016 (FG RK)
P. 90
13.30–15.00
Short Lecture 40
Metabolism and
Biochemistry
(SL EE)
13.30–15.00
Short Lecture 41
Single Cell Analysis and
Infection Models
(SL MCB)
P. 91
P. 90
13.30–15.00
13.30–15.00
Short Lecture 43
Short Lecture 42
Synthetic Biology - Models, Diversity of bacterial gene
regulation and signal
Tools, Applications
transduction (SL GR)
(SL SMB)
P. 92
P. 93
P. 94
End of Meeting
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Diversification in the
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mammalian host
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P. 95
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Room 12
Room 7–8
Room 6
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.00
08.30–10.30
Workshop 35
Allgemeine Hygiene,
Krankenhaushygiene und
Infektionsprävention im
öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienst
Workshop 36
Eukaryotic Pathogens/
Fungal Biology
(FG EK/FG FB)
Workshop 37
Infection Immunology
(FG II)
Akademie Teil 1
Infektionsepidemiologie und
Ausbruchsaufklärung
(StAG HY/FG PR)
P. 86
P. 87
Dental Clinic
P. 88
10.00–10.30
P. 89
Special Group Meeting
Infection Immunology
P. 14
12.30–14.30
Akademie Teil 2
Infektionsepidemiologie und
Ausbruchsaufklärung
(StAG HY/FG PR)
13.30–15.00
Short Lecture 45
Electron transfer in
metabolism
(SL GMB/SL SM)
08.30–10.30
Workshop 46
Pathomechanisms of
Shigatoxin-producing
Escherichia coli
(FG ZO/DVG)
P. 96
13.30–15.00
Workshop 47
Microbial pathogenesis of
enteric infections
(FG GI/MP)
P. 97
P. 90
P. 98
End of Meeting
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15.00–15.30 Opening of the Conference
15.00
Welcome Note on behalf of the Conference Presidents
Jörg Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
15.10
Welcome Note of the President of the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
Alfred Forchel (Wuerzburg/DE)
15.15
Welcome Note of the Presidents of the DGHM & VAAM
Mathias Herrmann (Muenster/DE), Oskar Zelder (Ludwigshafen/DE)
15.25Intermezzo
Trio Clarino
15.30–17.00 DGHM Lecture/Hans-Günter-Schlegel-Lecture
15.30
Laudatio: DGHM Lecture
Thomas Rudel (Wuerzburg/DE)
15.35
001/INV
DGHM Lecture – The role of the early life microbiome in host metabolic and
immunologic development
Martin Blaser (New York, NY/US)
16.15
Laudatio: Hans-Günter-Schlegel-Lecture
Jörg Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
16.20
002/INV
Hans-Günter-Schlegel-Lecture – Bacterial Small RNAs – What have we
learned and what is next?
Susan Gottesman (Bethesda, MD/US)
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17.30–19.45 Award Presentation DGHM and VAAM
17.30
VAAM Honorary Award
Oskar Zelder (Ludwigshafen/DE)
17:35
CETCH me if you can – Bringing inorganic carbon into life with synthetic
CO2 fixation
Tobias Erb (Marburg/DE)
18.00
VAAM PhD Awards
Wolfgang Buckel (Marburg/DE)
18.15Intermezzo
Trio Clarino
18.20
DGHM Research Awards
(Haupt-, Förder-, Becton Dickinson- und bioMérieux-Preis)
Matthias Frosch (Wuerzburg/DE), Werner Solbach (Luebeck/DE)
18.40
Designing a minimal microbiota that provides resistance against infection
Bärbel Stecher-Letsch (Munich/DE)
19.10Intermezzo
Trio Clarino
19.15
DGHM PhD Awards
Matthias Frosch (Wuerzburg/DE), Werner Solbach (Luebeck/DE)
19.30 Presentation of the Microbe of the year 2017
Harald Engelhardt (Munich/DE)
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME • MONDAY, 6 MARCH
08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 1
Franconia Hall Physiology of environmental microorganisms
(SL Environmental Microbiology and Ecology)
Chairs
Bodo Philip (Muenster/DE), Johannes Gescher (Karlsruhe/DE)
08.30
Outer membrane vesiculation as adaptive stress response in Pseudomonas
003/EEV putida
C. Eberlein, F. Klein (Leipzig/DE), T. Baumgarten (Stockholm/SE)
H. J. Heipieper (Leipzig/DE)
08.45
Bacteria on the rocks – cell architecture and chemotactic behaviour of
004/EEV
Achromatium
S. Schorn (Oldenburg/DE), V. Carvalho (Bremen/DE)
H. Cypionka (Oldenburg/DE)
09.00
Investigating environmental bacteria by high resolution microscopy and
005/EEV
transcriptional profiling – a case study with Poribacteria
M. T. Jahn (Kiel/DE), S. M. Markert (Wuerzburg/DE)
T. Ryu, T. Ravasi (Thuwal/SA), C. Stigloher (Wuerzburg/DE)
U. Hentschel (Kiel/DE), L. Moitinho-Silva (Sydney/AU)
09.15
Particulate organic matter (POM) degradation in acidobacteria is
006/EEVspecies-specific
R. L. Hahnke, K. J. Huber, J. Overmann, B. U. Fösel (Braunschweig/DE)
09.30
Volatile-emission of Serratia plymuthica 4Rx13 changes due to interaction
007/EEV
with Bacillus subtilis B2g
M. Kai, L. Thiele (Rostock/DE)
09.45
Phenotypic diversity in microbial metabolism
008/EEV
F. Schreiber (Berlin/DE), S. Littmann, G. Lavik (Bremen/DE)
S. Escrig, A. Meibom (Lausanne/CH), M. Kuypers (Bremen/DE)
M. Ackermann (Zuerich, Duebendorf/CH)
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08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 2
Barbarossa HallRegulatory RNAs in Pathogenic Bacteria
(SL Gene regulation and Non-coding RNA)
Chairs
Georg Fritz (Marburg/DE), Benedikt Beckmann (Berlin/DE)
08.30
Identification of regulatory mechanisms important to control Yersinia
009/GRV
pseudotuberculosis type III secretion and virulence
M. Pimenova, J. Hoßmann, I. Vollmer, M. Volk, R. Steinmann, W. Opitz
A. K. Heroven, P. Dersch (Braunschweig/DE)
08.45The Helicobacter pylori multi-target regulator RepG sRNA activates
010/GRV
expression of thioredoxin 2 by direct base-pairing to a short G-rich sequence
S. R. Pernitzsch, T. Bischler, K. Förstner, B. Aul
C. M. Sharma (Wuerzburg/DE)
09.00
sRNAScanner66 influences the expression of pyrimidine metabolism genes
011/GRVin Streptococcus pyogenes
R. Pappesch, A. Khani, S. Mikkat, B. Kreikemeyer, N. Patenge (Rostock/DE)
09.15
Impact of small regulatory RNA C10 on Agrobacterium tumefaciens
012/GRVphysiology
J. Borgmann, S. Schäkermann, J. Bandow, F. Narberhaus (Bochum/DE)
09.30
Two partially redundant sRNA regulators control outer membrane
013/GRV
homeostasis in Vibrio cholerae
N. Peschek, R. Herzog, K. Papenfort (Munich/DE)
09.45
Dual RNA-seq identifies molecular phenotypes of infection-relevant bacterial
014/GRV
non-coding RNAs and RNA-binding proteins
A. Westermann, K. Förstner, L. Barquist, Y. Chao, L. Schulte (Wuerzburg/DE)
P. Stadler (Leipzig/DE), W.-D. Hardt (Zuerich/CH), J. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
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08.30–10.30
Room 13
Chairs
08.30
015/SIV
Minisymposia 3
09.00
016/SIV
09.30
017/SIV
10.00
018/SIV
Host-microbe interactions in the wild – Omics-driven insights from marine
bivalve symbioses
J. Petersen (Vienna/AT)
Mutualism and manipulation in invertebrate symbioses (FG Symbiotic Interactions)
Ute Hentschel-Humeida, Roy Gross (Wuerzburg/DE)
Martin Kaltenpoth (Mainz/DE)
From “Omics” to Function – Identification of a Host-Specific Locus in
Aeromonas
J. Graf (Storrs, CT/US)
Unorthodox transmission modes of endosymbionts in insect hybrids
W. Miller (Vienna/AT)
The symbiosis of Blochmannia with carpenter ants – Immune tolerance and
vertical transmission
M. Kupper (Wuerzburg/DE)
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08.30–10.00
Room 10–11
Chairs
08.30
019/MTV
08.45
020/MTV
09.00
021/MTV
09.15
022/MTV
09.30
023/MTV
Short Lecture 4
09.45
024/MTV
Biochemical characterization of the MOBH relaxase TraI from Neisseria
gonorrhoeae
J. Heilers (Freiburg i. Br./DE), E.-M. Heller, J. Koch (Marburg/DE)
S. Smits (Duesseldorf/DE), C. van der Does (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
Membranes and Transport (SL Membranes and Transport)
Roland Benz (Bremen/DE), Kirsten Jung (Martinsried/DE)
Pyruvate Sensing and Transport in Escherichia coli
I. Kristoficova, S. Behr (Munich/DE), M. Wittig (Neuherberg/DE)
C. Vilhena (Munich/DE), P. Schmitt-Kopplin (Neuherberg/DE)
M. Hadjifrangiskou (Nashville, TN/US), K. Jung (Munich/DE)
Lantibiotics as an antibiotic alternative – Can we bypass the natural
resistance systems in human pathogens?
S. Smits, J. Zaschke, R. Clemens, S. Khosa (Duesseldorf/DE)
Pharmacology of Binary Toxins: Blockage of Channel Formation in vitro and
Intoxication in Cell Based Assays by Heterocyclic Compounds
C. Beitzinger, A. Kronhardt (Wuerzburg/DE), H. Barth (Ulm/DE)
R. Benz (Bremen/DE)
Carbohydrate uptake in Advenella mimigardefordensis strain DPN7T is
mediated by periplasmic sugar oxidation and a TRAP-transport system
C. Meinert, A. Steinbüchel (Muenster/DE)
Helical jackknives control the gates of the double-pore K+ transporter KtrAB
I. Hänelt, M. Diskowski, A. R. Mehdipour, D. Wunnicke, D. J. Mills
V. Mikusevic, G. Hummer, J. Vonck (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
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08.30–10.00 Workshop 5
Room 5
Bacterial surface structures and adhesion (Microbial Pathogenesis)
Chairs
Alexandra Schubert-Unkmeir (Wuerzburg/DE), Sven Hammerschmidt (Greifswald/DE)
08.30
The role of the phosphodiesterase NbdA in NO-induced biofilm dispersal of
025/MPV
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
M. Rüger, K. Gerbracht, S. Zehner, N. Frankenberg-Dinkel (Kaiserslautern/DE)
08.45
Primal Effects of Quorum Sensing on Burkholderia pseudomallei
026/MPVPathogenicity
K. Stoll-Ziegler, C. Kohler, D. Zühlke (Greifswald/DE), L. Ziesche
S. Schulz (Braunschweig/DE), I. Steinmetz (Graz/AT)
K. Riedel (Greifswald/DE)
09.00
Identification of proteins affecting secretion of the carbohydrate binding lectin
027/MPV
LecB of Pseudomonas aeruginosa
T. Schwabroch, F. Kovacic, K.-E. Jaeger (Juelich/DE)
09.15
Loss of cortactin facilitates the invasion of intestinal epithelial cells by
028/MPV
Salmonella enterica sv. Typhimurium
A. Felipe-López, T. Estrada-Garcia (Mexico City/MX)
M. Hensel (Osnabrueck/DE), T. Stradal, K. Rottner (Braunschweig/DE)
M. Schnoor (Mexico City/MX)
09.30Sensitizing Staphylococcus aureus to cationic antimicrobial peptides by
029/MPV
MprF-inhibiting monoclonal antibodies
C. Slavetinsky, C. M. Ernst (Tuebingen/DE), A. Kraus (Martinsried/DE)
A. Geyer, A. Peschel (Tuebingen/DE)
09.45
A novel gonorrhea vaccine candidate, NGO1985, is a surface-exposed
030/MPV
lipoprotein involved in cell envelope homeostasis via interaction with the Bam
complex
A. Sikora, I. Wierzbicki, R. Zielke (Corvallis, OR/US)
A. Begum (Washington, WA/US), M. Unemo (Oerebro/SE)
A. Jerse (Washington, WA/US)
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08.30–10.00
Room 12
Chairs
08.30
031/LMV
09.00
032/LMV
09.15
033/LMV
09.30
034/LMV
09.45
035/LMV
Minisymposia 6
Food Microbiology and Food Hygiene
(Food Microbiology and Food Hygiene)
Mareike Wenning (Freising/DE), Horst Neve (Kiel/DE)
Listeriosis in Germany 2010-2016, trends and clusters
H. Wilking (Berlin/DE), S. Halbedel (Wernigerode/DE), S. Kleta (Berlin/DE)
W. Ruppitsch, S. Huhulescu (Vienna/AT), L. Bös (Berlin/DE)
F. Allerberger (Vienna/AT), K. Stark (Berlin/DE), R. Prager
A. Flieger (Wernigerode/DE)
Arcobacter butzleri, an emerging food pathogen and its susceptibility profile
Y. Yamauchi, A. Dalpke, I. Burckhardt (Heidelberg/DE)
Y. Uehara (Tokyo/JP), S. Zimmermann (Heidelberg/DE)
Food Bacteria Interplay – Concerted action of extrinsic and intrinsic factors
gearing toxin synthesis in emetic Bacillus cereus
M. Ehling-Schulz, M. Kranzler (Vienna/AT), G. Lücking
S. Marxen (Freising/DE), K. Rouzeau-Szynalski (Lausanne/CH)
M. Sulyok (Vienna/AT), T. Stark (Freising/DE)
E. Frenzel (Vienna/AT; Groningen/NL)
FTIR metabolomic fingerprint reveals different modes of action exerted by
active pharmaceutical ingredient based ionic liquids (API-ILs) on
Salmonella Typhimurium
P. Mester, A. K. Witte, C. Leeb (Vienna/AT), R. Kalb (Graz/AT)
T. Grunert, P. Rossmanith (Vienna/AT)
Biochemical fate of vicilin storage protein during fermentation and drying of
cocoa beans
N. Kumari, W. John, N. Kuhnert, M. Ullrich (Bremen/DE)
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08.30–10.00
Room 7–8
Chairs
Workshop 7
08.30
036/KMV
Impact of the colistin resistance gene mcr-1 on bacterial fitness
M. Tietgen (Frankfurt a. M./DE), T. Semmler (Berlin/DE)
V. A. J. Kempf, S. Riedel-Christ (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
A. Hamprecht (Cologne/DE), C. Ewers (Giessen/DE)
S. Göttig (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
08.45
037/KMV
09.00
038/KMV
09.15
039/KMV
09.30
040/KMV
09.45
041/KMV
Wound infections in patients from a rural setting in Ghana – Bacterial
spectrum and antimicrobial susceptibility
H. O. Janssen, I. Janssen (Goettingen/DE), P. Cooper, C. Kainyah
T. Pellio (Eikwe/GH), M. Quintel, U. Groß, M. H. Schulze (Goettingen/DE)
Humans, Animals and Resistance
(Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases)
Stefan Zimmermann (Heidelberg/DE), Simone Scheithauer (Goettingen/DE)
Evidence for avian reservoirs of the nosocomial pathogen Acinetobacter
baumannii
G. Wilharm, E. Skiebe, U. Blaschke, M. Poppel, C. Heider, M. Heindorf
S. Leser, C. Cuny, Y. Pfeifer, F. Layer, S. Fuchs, J. Bender (Wernigerode/DE)
M. Tobółka, K. Żołnierowicz (Poznań/PL)
M. Kasprzak, M. Bochenski (Zielona Góra/PL), P. Higgins
H. Seifert (Cologne/DE), T. Semmler (Berlin/DE), L. Jerzak (Zielona Góra/PL)
Adaptation driven metabolic rewiring of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated
from Cystic Fibrosis patient
R. La Rosa, S. Molin (Lyngby/DK), H. Krogh Johansen (Lyngby, Copenhagen/DK)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa modulates the antiviral response of airway
epithelial cells
J. Kantorek, L. Byrnes, S. Tümkaya, M. Stahl, S. Graeber, M. Mall
S. Dittrich, S. Boutin (Heidelberg/DE), D. Nguyen (Montreal/CA)
A. Dalpke, M. Weitnauer (Heidelberg/DE)
The Human Lung Microbiome in Subtypes of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary
Disease (COPD)
M. Engel, D. Endesfelder, B. Schloter-Hai, S. Kublik (Neuherberg/DE)
L. Ziegler-Heitbrock (Gauting/DE), M. Schloter (Neuherberg/DE)
W. zu Castell (Neuherberg, Munich/DE)
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08.30–10.00
Room 6
Chairs
08.30
042/ZOV
Workshop 8
08.45
043/ZOV
09.00
044/ZOV
09.15
045/ZOV
09.30
046/ZOV
09.45
047/ZOV
The Q fever pathogen Coxiella burnetii – to reveal the queries
D. Frangoulidis, M. Walter (Munich/DE)
Epidemiology, pathogenicity and antimicrobial
resistance of zoonotic pathogens (Zoonoses)
Robin Köck (Muenster/DE), Birgit Strommenger (Wernigerode/DE)
Endemic Coxiellosis in dairy cattle herds
J. Böttcher (Poing/DE), B. Motsch (Freising/DE), E. Deckinger
S. Werth, M. Alex, B. Janowetz (Poing/DE)
VIM-1 carbapenemase producing Escherichia coli isolated from retail
seafood in Germany
N. Roschanski, S. Guenther, T. T. T. Vu, J. Fischer, T. Semmler
S. Huehn, T. Alter, U. Roesler (Berlin/DE)
Occurrence of carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae in broiler poultry
farming and humans in contact in Egypt
E. Hamza (Giza/EG), S. Dorgham (Cairo/EG), D. Hamza (Giza/EG)
Genetic Relatedness of CTX-M producing E. coli from human, animal and
poultry in Pakistan
S. Raza, A. Ali, M. Mohsin (Faisalabad/PK)
Extended-Spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli isolated
from horses at hospital admission – a challenge for veterinary infection control
B. Walther, K. S. Klein, T. Semmler, A. K. Barton, S. Guenther
A. Luebke-Becker, H. Gehlen (Berlin/DE)
10.15–11.00 ePostersession 1
ePoster-Terminal 1 (colour: blue)
ePoster-Terminal 2 (colour: red)
ePoster-Terminal 3 (colour: green)
ePoster-Terminal 4 (colour: orange)
ePoster-Terminal 5 (colour: violet)
For better orientation each ePoster station is coloured.
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11.00–12.30 Plenary 1
Franconia Hall Microbiome and Commensals
Chairs
Matthias Hornef (Aachen/DE), Michael Schloter (Munich/DE)
11.00
The human microbiome and its potential for understanding health and disease
048/INV
Karen E. Nelson (Rockville, MD/US)
11.30
Microbiota-mediated defense against intestinal infection
049/INV
Eric Pamer (New York, NY/US)
12.00
Cancer as a disease of the metaorganism
050/INV
Giorgio Trinchieri (Bethesda, MD/US)
12.45–14.00 Hygienesymposium 1
Barbarossa HallPatienten mit Clostridium difficile Infektion – Isolierung PRO/CONTRA (General and Hospital Hygiene/Antimicrobial Resistance and Drugs, Infection Prevention)
Chairs
Christian Brandt (Frankfurt a. M.), Lutz von Müller (Coesfeld/DE)
12.45PRO
051/HYV
S. Scheithauer (Goettingen/DE)
13.15CONTRA
052/HYV
J. Zweigner (Cologne/DE)
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12.45–13.45 Industrial Symposium 1 – Bruker Daltonik GmbH
Room 13
MALDI TOF in der Mikrobiologie
Chair
Markus Kostrzewa (Bremen)
12.45
Das Unerwartete in der Veterinärmedizinischen Routinediagnostik:
Burkholderia pseudomallei beim Grünen Leguan
I. Stamm (Ludwigsburg/DE)
13.05
Beschleunigung der Blutkulturdiagnostik: Erfahrungen mit dem MALDI Sepsityper
A. Halfmann (Homburg/DE)
13.25
Nomenklatur bei Pilzen – ein Buch mit sieben Siegeln?
G. Haase (Aachen/DE)
12.45–13.45 Industrial Symposium 2 – Roche Diagnostics GmbH
Room 10-11
12.45
Roche Diagnostics GmbH – cobas® Liat®:
schnelle Antworten – damit Infektionen sich nicht ausbreiten
O. Liesenfeld (Pleasanton, CA/US)
12.45–13.45 Karrieresymposium
Room 12
Chair
Jobperspektiven und Karriereoptionen
Katrin Muth (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
12.45
13.15
Vom Forscher zum Unternehmensberater – Wie ist das möglich?
Voraussetzungen, Tipps und Erfahrungen
C. Ebensperger (CNX Consulting Partners GmbH, Munich/DE)
Die große Macht der Kleinen – von der Laborbank bis zur Gründung eines
mikrobiologischen Labors
M. Lohmeyer
(Mikrobiologisches Labor Dr. Michael Lohmeyer GmbH, Muenster/DE)
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14.00–14.30 Award Session VAAM
Franconia Hall VAAM PhD Awards
Chair
Wolfgang Buckel (Marburg/DE)
14.00
14.15
Characterization of intramycelial plasmid spreading during conjugative
DNA transfer in Streptomyces lividans
Lina Thoma (Tuebingen/DE)
Cell biology of anammox – Planctomycetes and methanotrophic Verrucomicrobia
Muriel van Teeseling (Marburg/DE)
14.00–14.30 Award Session DGHM
Barbarossa HallDGHM Awards
Chair
Matthias Frosch (Wuerzburg/DE), Werner Solbach (Luebeck/DE)
14.00bioMérieux-Diagnostikpreis
New diagnostic tools for neglected infectious diseases
Sören Leif Becker (Homburg/Saar/DE)
14.10
Becton Dickinson-Forschungspreis
Influence of ESBL-plasmids on fitness and virulence of E. coli
Sebastian Guenther (Berlin/DE)
14.20DGHM-Förderpreis
Assembly, structure, and function of a bacterial nanosyringe
Samuel Wagner (Tuebingen/DE)
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14.30–16.00 Plenary 2
Franconia Hall Non-coding RNA
Chairs
Jörg Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE), Ruth Schmitz-Streit (Kiel/DE)
14.30
The temperature-responsive RNA structurome of a bacterial pathogen
054/INV
Franz Narberhaus (Bochum/DE)
15.00
055/INV
Grad-seq discovers a new ProQ domain of sRNA-mediated regulation
Jörg Vogel (Wuerzburg)
15.30
056/INV
Regulation of antibiotic resistance via non-coding RNAs
Rotem Sorek (Rehovot/IL)
14.30–16.00 Plenary 3
Barbarossa HallRefugee and Migrant Health
Chairs
Simone Scheithauer (Goettingen/DE), Matthias Frosch (Wuerzburg/DE)
14.30
Does migration affect infectious disease epidemiology in Germany?
057/INV
Andreas Gilsdorf (Berlin/DE)
15.00
Challenges in the management of infectious diseases in migrants and
058/INVrefugees
August Stich (Wuerzburg/DE)
15.30
059/INV
Infectious Disease aspects of migrant health
Andrea Ammon (Stockholm/SE)
16.00–18.00 Postersession 1 (see page 101)
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18.00–19.45 Minisymposia 9
Franconia Hall Concepts to tackle complexity – applying theory to microbial
communities (FG Environmental Microbiology)
Chairs
Mia M. Bengtsson (Greifswald/DE), Verena Brauer (Amsterdam/NL)
18.00
Ecological keystones drive disease dynamics in the lung microbiome of
060/UMV
persons with cystic fibrosis
S. Widder (Vienna/AT)
18.30
Application of Rank Abundance Distributions (RADs) in study of next
061/UMV
generation sequencing data – Uncovering the hidden information in
abundance data
M. Saeedghalati, F. Farahpour, D. Hoffmann (Essen/DE)
18.45
From monitoring to microbiome management with microbial cytomics
062/UMV
C. Koch (Leipzig/DE)
19.00
Dispersal modulates local environmental sorting in freshwater microbial
063/UMVmetacommunities
M. M. Bengtsson (Greifswald/DE), T. Lumpi, L. Eggers, Z. Horvath, C. Preiler
R. Ptacnik (Lunz a. S./AT)
19.15
Competition and facilitation between the marine nitrogen-fixing
064/UMVcyanobacterium Cyanothece and its associated bacterial community
V. S. Brauer, M. Stomp (Amsterdam/NL), T. Bouvier, E. Fouilland
C. Leboulanger (Montpellier/FR), V. Confurius-Guns (Yerseke/NL)
F. J. Weissing (Groningen/NL), L. J. Stal (Amsterdam, Yerseke/NL)
J. Huisman (Amsterdam/NL)
19.30
Metabolic heterogeneity and symbiotic interaction of microbial communities in
065/UMV
interconnected groundwater aquifers
A. Probst (Berkeley, CA/US)
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18.00–20.00 DGHM Assembly Minisymposia 10
Barbarossa HallInterkingdom Signaling
(FG Regulation and Signal Transduction in Prokaryotes)
Chairs
Julia Frunzke (Juelich/DE), Ralf Heermann (Munich/DE)
18.00
Show me the way: ethanolamine sensing is a bacterial GPS for navigating
066/RSV
host niches
M. Kendall, M. M. Kendall (Charlottesville, VA/US)
18.30
Studies on inter-species and inter-kingdom signaling in plant-associated
067/RSVbacteria
V. Venturi (Trieste/IT)
19.00
Inter-kingdom-signaling via PAS4-LuxR receptors in Photorhabdus
068/RSV
luminescens
J. Brehm, E. Rothmeier, S. Brameyer, R. Heermann (Munich/DE)
19.15
Intra-species and inter-kingdom signaling by the Legionella pneumophila
069/RSV
α-hydroxyketone LAI-1
H. Hilbi (Zuerich/CH)
19.30
Analysis of organic volatile compounds released by genetic variants of the
070/RSVtwo Oxalobacteraceae species Duganella and Janthinobacterium spp
M. Himmel, F. S. Haack, S. Rohn, W. R. Streit (Hamburg/DE)
19.45
The ApeRS two-component system of Bacillus subtilis responds exclusively
071/RSV
to antimicrobial peptides of eukaryotic origin
K. Sievers, A. Adam, H. Gutzeit, D. Wolf (Dresden/DE)
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18.00–19.30 DGHM Assembly (see page 13)
18.00–19.30 Minisymposia 11
Raum 10–11
Chairs
18.00
072/BTV New enzymes and how to find them (FG Biotransformation 1)
Jürgen Eck (Zwingenberg/DE), Karl-Heinz van Pée (Dresden/DE)
18.30
073/BTV 19.00
074/BTV
Engineering of CO2 fixing reaction cascades to synthesize a diverse library of
polyketide extender units
B. Vögeli (Marburg/DE)
Developing bacterial secondary metabolite producers via heterologous gene
cluster expression
A. Loeschke (Juelich/DE)
Synthetic application and engineering of flavin-dependent halogenases
C. Schnepel (Bielefeld/DE)
18.00–19.30 Minisymposia 12
Room 5
Chairs
18.00
075/ISV
18.30
076/ISV
19.00
077/ISV
Phenotyping in the genomic age
(Identification and Systematics)
André Lipski (Bonn/DE), Hans-Jürgen Busse (Vienna/AT)
In-silico Chemotaxonomy: A tool for 21st century microbial systematics
P. Lawson (Norman, OK/US)
The role of the phenotype in the systematics of prokaryotes
P. Kaempfer (Giessen/DE)
Mass spectrometry proteotyping: Proteomics- and genomics-based
characterisation and diagnostics of infectious bacteria
E. R. B. Moore, L. Gonzales-Siles, H. E. Jakobsson (Gothenburg/SE)
F. Salvà-Serra (Gothenburg/SE; Palma de Mallorca/ES), M. Gomila
A. Busquets, A. Bennasar (Palma de Mallorca/ES), S. Skovbjerg, F. Boulund
E. Kristiansson, R. Karlsson (Gothenburg/SE)
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18.00–20.00
Room 12
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18.00
078/MZV
18.30
079/MZV
Minisymposia 13
Chromosome organisation and dynamics – from 3D structures to
synthetic replicons (FG Microbial Cell Biology)
Marc Bramkamp (Munich/DE), Dieter Jendrossek (Stuttgart/DE)
How SMC condensin complexes compact and resolve replicated
chromosomes (What Bacillus subtilis tells us)
D. Rudner, X. Wang, H. Brandao (Boston, MA/US)
Structural maintenance of chromosomes: In the arms of SMC proteins
F. Bürmann, S. Gruber (Martinsried/DE)
19.00
A new bacterial replication origin element specifies single-strand initiator
080/MZVbinding
H. Murray, T. Richardson, O. Harran (Newcastle/GB)
19.30
Synthetic secondary chromosomes to study chromosome maintenance in
081/MZV
Escherichia coli
T. Waldminghaus (Marburg/DE)
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18.00–20.00
Room 7–8
Chairs
18.00
082/FBV
18.30
083/FBV
18.45
084/FBV
Minisymposia 14
Fungi, in silico!
(FG Fungal Biology and Biotechnology)
Michael Seidl (Wageningen/NL), Konstantin Riege (Jena/DE)
Patterns of genomic variation in the opportunistic pathogen Candida glabrata
suggest the existence of mating and a secondary association to the human host
T. Gabaldón (Barcelona/ES)
Surface-exposed proteome of the opportunistic fungal pathogen Aspergillus
fumigatus
M. Blango, T. Krüger, M. Röcker, O. Kniemeyer, A. Brakhage (Jena/DE)
Genomic variations in the human pathogenic fungus Lichtheimia
V. Schwartze, J. Linde (Jena/DE), M. Nowrousian (Bochum/DE), S. Roos
M. Groth (Jena/DE), T. Veselská (Prague/CZ), I. D. Jacobsen (Jena/DE)
U. Binder (Innsbruck/AT), O. Kniemeyer, K. Voigt (Jena/DE)
19.00
RNA-seq and ChIP-seq reveal control mechanisms in fungal sexual
085/FBVdevelopment
I. Teichert, E. K. Steffens, T. A. Dahlmann, M. Nowrousian
U. Kück (Bochum/DE)
19.15
The identification and role of ncRNAs during fungal infections
086/FBV
K. Riege, M. Marz (Jena/DE)
19.30An in-silico reconstructed gene regulation network for Aspergillus niger for
087/FBV
the prediction of protein function
N. Paege, S. Jung, P. Schäpe, V. Meyer (Berlin/DE)
19.45
Genetic barcoding and metabarcoding in microbiology
088/FBV
A. Salawu-Rotimi (Pretoria/ZA)
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18.00
089/CBV
18.30
090/CBV
19.00
091/CBV
19.15
092/CBV
19.30
093/CBV
19.45
094/CBV
Minisymposia 15
Regulation of CO2 fixation and carbon metabolism in cyanobacteria
(FG Cyanobacteria)
Karl Forchhammer (Tuebingen/DE), Annegret Wilde (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
Synthetic application and engineering of flavin-dependent halogenases
R. Puxty, A. Millard, D. Evans, D. Scanlan (Coventry/GB)
Re-engineering carbon fixation – challenges, benefits, and vision
A. Bar-Even (Potsdam/DE)
The physiology of the Entner-Doudoroff pathway in cyanobacteria
A. Makowka, B. Fähnrich, K. Spengler, K. Gutekunst (Kiel/DE)
Glycogen catabolism is essential for resuscitation of chlorotic cyanobacteria
A. Klotz (Tuebingen/DE), J. Georg, W. R. Hess (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
K. Forchhammer (Tuebingen/DE)
Do sustained differences in CO2 availability affect net photosynthesis and
toxin production in diazotrophic Cyanobacteria?
M. Gehringer, C. Colesie, N. Wannicke, B. Büdel (Kaiserslautern/DE)
A small RNA which contributes to the regulation of central enzymes in N and
C metabolism in cyanobacteria
S. Klähn, W. R. Hess (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
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08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 16
Franconia Hall Element cycles and species interactions
(SL Environmental Microbiology and Ecology)
Chairs
Alexander Probst (Berkeley, CA/US), Michael Pester (Konstanz/DE)
08.30
Linking the C, N and S cycle: microbial competition and cooperation in a
095/EEV
laboratory-scale bioreactor model
A. Arshad, M. Jetten, H. Op den Camp, C. Welte (Nijmegen/NL)
08.45
Microbial induced corrosion – development of new analytical tools to study
096/EEV
biofilm formation and corrosion processes
J. Sameith, K. Schwibbert, H. Tschiche, N. Epperlein, F. Menzel
K. Hoffmann, J. Krüger, U. Resch-Genger, H.-J. Kunte (Berlin/DE)
09.00
Microbial P transformation in agricultural soils
097/EEV
M. Grafe (Oberschleissheim/DE), M. Görs, C. Baum (Rostock/DE)
M. Schloter (Oberschleissheim, Freising/DE)
S. Schulz (Oberschleissheim/DE)
09.15
The functional role of environmental spirochetes at contaminated sites
098/EEV
X. Dong (Essen/DE), C. Greening (Clayton/AU), T. Bruels (Evry/FR)
R. Conrad (Marburg/DE), S. Blaskowski, F. Kaschani, M. Kaiser
R. Meckenstock (Essen/DE)
09.30
Interkingdom cross-feeding of ammonium from marine
099/EEV
methylamine-degrading bacteria to the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum
K. Zecher, M. Suleiman, O. Yücel, N. Jagmann, B. Philipp (Muenster/DE)
09.45
Proteomic insights into the interaction of Marinobacter adhaerens with
100/EEVdiatoms
V. Will, M. Ullrich (Bremen/DE)
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08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 17
Barbarossa HallRNA-based regulation and beyond
(SL Gene Regulation and non-coding RNA)
Chairs
Kai Papenfort (Martinsried/DE), Cynthia Sharma (Wuerzburg/DE)
08.30
Self-control – a small RNA in bacterial photosynthesis
101/GRV
K. Müller, G. Klug (Giessen/DE)
08.45
102/GRV
09.00
103/GRV
09.15
104/GRV
09.30
105/GRV
09.45
106/GRV
Inverse toeprinting: A novel method to map the primary sequence
determinants of macrolide-sensing arrest peptides
B. Seip (Pessac/FR), S. Arenz (Munich/DE)
D. Dupuy (Pessac, Bordeaux/FR), D. N. Wilson (Munich/DE)
C. A. Innis (Pessac, Bordeaux/FR)
Tracking the elusive function of the non-coding RNA SolB from Clostridium
acetobutylicum in solventogenesis
E. Riester, T. Zimmermann, S. Linder, S. Flitsch
B. Schiel-Bengelsdorf (Ulm/DE), A. Poehlein, R. Daniel (Goettingen/DE)
P. Dürre (Ulm/DE)
Effect of the rne∆MTS mutation on mRNA stability
L. Hadjeras, L. Poljak, L. Girbal, Q. Morin-Ogier, I. Canal
M. Cocaign-Bousquet, M. Bouvier, A. J. Carpousis (Toulouse/FR)
The nucleoid associated protein HU insulates transcription units in
Escherichia coli
M. Berger, U. Dobrindt (Muenster/DE)
Two small RNAs conserved in Enterobacteriaceae provide intrinsic
resistance to antibiotics targeting the cell wall biosynthesis enzyme
Glucosamine-6-phosphate synthase
M. A. Khan, Y. Göpel, S. Milewski, B. Görke (Vienna/AT)
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08.30–10.30
Room 13
Chairs
Minisymposia 18
08.30
107/FGV
08.45
108/FGV
Metatranscriptomic analysis of bovine rumen microbiome dynamics during
plant biomass degradation
T. Urich (Greifswald/DE)
09.00
109/FGV
09.15
110/FGV
09.30
111/FGV
09.45
112/FGV
Protein S-bacillithiolation functions in thiol-protection and redox regulation
of the glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase Gap in Staphylococcus
aureus under hypochlorite stress
M. Imber, N. T. T. Huyen, A. J. Pietrzyk-Brzezinska, V. V. Loi
M. Hillion (Berlin/DE), J. Bernhardt (Greifswald/DE), L. Thärichen
K. Kolsek (Heidelberg/DE), L. Adrian (Leipzig/DE), F. Gräter (Heidelberg/DE)
M. Wahl, H. Antelmann (Berlin/DE)
Multiple omics for exploring microbial physiology and pathogenicity
(FG Functional Genomics)
Susanne Sievers (Greifswald/DE), Rolf Daniel (Goettingen/DE)
Application of meta-omics approaches in microbial ecology
B. Wemheuer (Goettingen/DE)
Tracking gene expression and oxidative damage of O2-stressed Clostridium
difficile by a multi-omics approach
M. Neumann-Schaal, A. M. Nuss, J. Hofmann (Braunschweig/DE)
A. Otto (Greifswald/DE), M. Beckstette, P. Dersch (Braunschweig/DE)
D. Becher (Greifswald/DE), D. Schomburg (Braunschweig/DE), K. Riedel
S. Sievers (Greifswald/DE)
Elucidating the function of a novel drug target and an essential GTPase Obg
by proteome and metabolome perturbation analysis
A. Sikora, J. Bonventre, R. Zielke, I. Wierzbicki, J. Morré
J. F. Stevens (Corvallis, OR/US), P. Gafken (Seattle, WA/US)
Diversity driven cultivation and genome sequencing of 74 slow growing
Planctomycetes reveal their potential for small molecule production
S. Wiegand, M. Jogler, A. Heuer, P. Rast, A.-K. Kaster (Braunschweig/DE)
O. M. Lage (Porto/PT), L. Øvreås (Bergen/NO), L. van Niftrik (Nijmegen/NL)
J. Vollmers (Braunschweig/DE), C. Jogler (Nijmegen/NL)
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113/FGV Chronic infection by p. Aeruginosa in cystic fibrosis – Induction of dysbiosis
through pyocyanin
S. Boutin, L. Hennemann, M. Stahl, S. Y. Graeber, S. Dittrich, M. Mall
A. Dalpke (Heidelberg/DE)
10.15
Comparative genome analysis to improve detection and typing of Shiga
114/FGVtoxin-expressing Escherichia coli
M. Kiel, A. Leimbach (Muenster/DE), P. Sagory-Zalkind (Grenoble/FR)
D. Harmsen, A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE), C. Sekse (Oslo/NO)
F. Rechenmann (Grenoble/FR), U. Dobrindt (Muenster/DE)
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08.30–10.00 Minisymposia 19
Room 10–11 New enzymes and how to find them (FG Biotransformation 2)
Chairs
Anna Krüger (Hamburg/DE), Karl-Heinz van Pée (Dresden/DE)
08.30
115/BTV
09.00
116/BTV
09.30
117/BTV Imine reductases as versatile biocatalysts
B. M. Nestle (Stuttgart/DE)
Selective epoxide ring opening catalyzed by novel halohydrin dehalogenases
E. Calderini (Braunschweig/DE)
Regio- and stereoselective intermolecular oxidative phenol coupling of
microbial P450 enzymes
L. Mazzaferro (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
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08.30–10.00 Workshop 20
Room 5
Bacterial metabolism and virulence (Microbial Pathogenesis)
Chairs
Christine Josenhans (Hanover/DE), Holger Rohde (Hamburg/DE)
08.30
Fine-tuned hydrophobicity and cognate chaperone-binding facilitate
118/MPV
membrane protein secretion through bacterial type III secretion systems
L. Krampen, S. Malmsheimer, I. Grin (Tuebingen/DE)
J.-W. de Gier (Stockholm/SE), S. Wagner (Tuebingen/DE)
08.45
Pathometabolism of Listeria monocytogenes
119/MPV
T. M. Fuchs (Jena/DE), W. Eisenreich (Garching/DE)
09.00
Structures of two bacterial resistance factors mediating tRNA-dependent
120/MPV
aminoacylation of phosphatidylglycerol with lysine or alanine
S. Hebecker, J. Krausze, T. Hasenkampf, J. Schneider, M. Groenewold
J. Reichelt, D. Jahn, D. W. Heinz, J. Moser (Braunschweig/DE)
09.15
Identification of an integrin as the cellular receptor for PavB of Streptococcus
121/MPV
pneumoniae
S. Kanwal (Greifswald/DE), V. Reis, M. Keller
S. Hammerschmidt (Greifswald, Island Riems/DE)
09.30
A novel mechanism of inactivating antibacterial nitro compounds in the human
122/MPVpathogen Staphylococcus aureus by overexpression of a flavin-dependent
nitroreductase
E. El-Hossary (Cairo/EG), P. Francoise (Geneva/CH), K. Förstner
K. Streker (Wuerzburg/DE), J. Schrenzel (Geneva/CH), U. Holzgrabe
K. Ohlsen (Wuerzburg/DE)
09.45
123/MPV
The Type IV Effector CaeB from Coxiella burnetii functions as a cell death
suppressor across kingdoms and modulates ER stress signalling
A. Friedrich, S. Sonnewald, A. Lührmann (Erlangen/DE)
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08.30–10.00
Room 12
Chairs
08.30
124/PWV
08.45
125/PWV
09.00
126/PWV
09.15
127/PWV
09.30
128/PWV
Workshop 21
09.45
129/PWV
Antibiotic-mediated alterations in the intestinal microbiota affect large
intestinal pancreatic protease activity and colitogenic mechanisms in
IL10-/- mice
H. Yoon (Freising-Weihenstephan/DE), M. Schaubeck (Munich/DE)
D. Haller, G. Hörmannsperger (Freising-Weihenstephan/DE)
Gut microbial diversity, diet and health (Microbiota, Probiota and Host)
Thomas Clavel (Freising/DE), Bärbel Stecher (Munich/DE)
Analysis of the active microbiome along the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) of pigs
using metaproteomics
J. B. Tröscher, B. Tilocca, J. Seifert (Stuttgart/DE)
Probiotic and prebiotic effects in the caeca microbial metagenome of laying hens
D. Borda Molina (Stuttgart/DE), C. Pineda Quiroga (Vitoria-Gasteiz/ES)
D. Chaves Moreno (Braunschweig/DE), R. Ruiz
R. Atxaerandio (Vitoria-Gasteiz/ES), A. Camarinha Silva (Stuttgart/DE)
A. García Rodriguez (Vitoria-Gasteiz/ES)
Gut bacteria of the family Coriobacteriaceae increase white adipose tissue
deposition in mice
S. Just (Freising/DE), K. Wegner (Hamburg/DE)
S. Mondot (Jouy-en-Josas/FR), S. Theresa (Freising/DE)
G. Laura (Hamburg/DE), C. Philippe, G. Héry-Arnaud (Jouy-en-Josas/FR)
J. Ecker (Freising/DE), P. Gerard (Jouy-en-Josas/FR)
S. Rohn (Hamburg/DE), P. Lepage (Jouy-en-Josas/FR)
T. Clavel (Freising/DE)
Gut microbial glycerol metabolism with potential implications on host health
C. Schwab, C. Engels, H.-J. Ruscheweyh, J. Zhang, S. Sturla
C. Lacroix (Zuerich/CH)
Characterization of a type VII secretion system in Staphylococcus epidermidis
and its possible role in host evasion
S. B. Lassen, R. L. Meyer, H. Brüggemann (Aarhus/DK)
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08.30
08.52
09.14
09.36
Workshop 22
Klinische Mikrobiologie: TED-Fallstudien (interaktiv)
(Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases)
Simone Scheithauer (Goettingen/DE), Stefan Zimmermann (Heidelberg/DE)
TED-Fall 1
H. Frickmann (Hamburg/DE)
TED-Fall 2
B. Kohlmorgen (Wuerzburg/DE)
TED-Fall 3
G. Bretzel (Munich/DE)
TED-Fall 4
S. Becker (Homburg/Saar/DE)
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Room 6
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08.30
130/HYV
08.45
131/HYV
Workshop 23
09.00
132/PRV
09.15
133/PRV
09.30
134/PRV
09.45
135/PRV
Adaption of hygiene measures after extensive surveillance for multi-drug
resistant bacteria in refugee patients
A. Kossow, B. Stuehmer, S. Willems, S. Kampmeier, F. Schaumburg
K. Becker, B. Glatz, M. Möllers, A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
Nosocomial infections and outbreaks – Epidemiology, diagnostic, surveillance and prevention (General and Hospital Hygiene/Antimicrobial
Resistance and Drugs, Infection Prevention)
Frauke Mattner (Cologne/DE), Rasmus Leistner (Berlin/DE)
Seroprevalences of antibodies against measles, rubella and varicella among
asylum seekers arriving in Lower Saxony, Germany,
November 2014–October 2015
J. Dreesman (Hanover/DE), S. E. Toikkanen (Hanover/DE; Stockholm/SE)
E. Mertens, A. Baillot (Hanover/DE)
Management of an outbreak with OXA-48 producing Klebsiella pneumoniae
in a university hospital in Germany
T. Artelt, I. Bley, I. Thalmann, H. Eiffert, U. Reichard (Goettingen/DE)
Y. Pfeifer (Wernigerode/DE), M. Kaase, S. Scheithauer (Goettingen/DE)
Antiseptic bathing of intensive care patients – What is the current routine
practice in Germany?
L. Denkel, P. Gastmeier, R. Leistner, C. Geffers (Berlin/DE)
WGS-based elucidation of linezolid resistance locus optrA in clinical
Enterococcus spp. isolates from Germany
J. Bender, C. Fleige, D. Lange, U. Geringer, I. Klare
G. Werner (Wernigerode/DE)
The impact of post-discharge suveillance of surgical site infections in
caesarian section
P. Schuller, A. Wöckel, O. Chow, U. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
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ePoster-Terminal 1 (colour: blue)
ePoster-Terminal 2 (colour: red)
ePoster-Terminal 3 (colour: green)
ePoster-Terminal 4 (colour: orange)
ePoster-Terminal 5 (colour: violet)
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10.15–11.15 Open Science Workshop
Room 5
Chairs
Open Science and its implementation
Andreas Leimbach (Muenster/DE), Konrad Förstner (Wuerzburg/DE)
10.15
A. Leimbach (Muenster/DE)
10.45
K. Förstner (Wuerzburg/DE)
11.00–12.30 Plenary 4
Franconia Hall Phages and New Viruses
Chairs
Jörg Overmann (Braunschweig/DE), Thomas Mettenleitner (Riems/DE)
11.00
Giant viruses every year a surprise
136/INV
Didier Raoult (Marseille/FR)
11.30
Bacterial control of phage predation by bifunctional abortive infection and
137/INV
toxin-antitoxin systems
George Salmond (Cambridge/GB)
12.00
The wonderful world of archeal viruses
138/INV
David Prangishvili (Paris/FR)
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11.00–12.30 Hygienesymposium 2
Barbarossa HallKrankheitslast durch nosokomiale Infektionen höher als erwartet: aktuelle Daten der Europäischen Prävalenzstudie (General and
Hospital Hygiene/Antimicrobial Resistance and Drugs,
Infection Prevention)
Chairs
Tim Eckmanns (Berlin/DE), Frauke Mattner (Cologne/DE)
11.00
Impact of healthcare-associated infections in Europe – results of a population
139/HYV prevalence-based modelling study
D. Plachouras (Stockholm/SE)
11.45
Maßnahmen des Bundesministeriums für Gesundheit zur Vermeidung
140/PRV
von nosokomialen Infektionen
A. Clarici (Weiden/DE)
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11.00
143/QDV
11.15
144/DVV
11.30
145/DVV
Workshop 24
Neues zur mikrobiologischen Diagnostik und Qualitätssicherung
(Diagnostics and Quality Assurance / Diagnostic Microbiology)
Karsten Becker (Muenster/DE), Steffen Prowe (Berlin/DE)
Andreas Seiffert-Störiko (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
When cleaning makes things worse – Microbiome analysis reveals a
dominance of potentially pathogenic bacteria in used kitchen sponges
M. Cardinale (Giessen/DE), D. Kaiser (Villingen-Schwenningen/DE)
L. Tillmann (Neuherberg/DE), S. Schnell (Giessen/DE)
M. Egert (Villingen-Schwenningen/DE)
Antibiotic resistance of coagulase-negative Staphylococcus spp. from sliced
and prepacked dry- fermented hams from German retail stores
L. Kröckel, S. Lick (Kulmbach/DE)
Fifty shades of MALDI – How far can this technology go?
M. Cordovana (Bologna/IT), M. Kostrzewa, K. Sparbier, M. Peer
M. Timke (Bremen/DE), M. Bienia (Dortmund/DE), M. P. Landini (Bologna/IT)
A. B. Pranada (Dortmund/DE)
11.45
Data acquisition driven improvement of Mycobacteria identification by MALDI
146/DVVbiotyper
A. B. Pranada (Dortmund/DE), M. Kostrzewa, M. Timke (Bremen/DE)
12.00
Molecular diagnosis of polymicrobial brain abscesses with next Generation
147/DVVsequencing
A. Stebner, W. Geissdörfer, A. Ensser, R. Lang (Erlangen/DE)
12.15
Total Lab Automation – Introduction of urines into the automated workflow – a
148/DVV
6 months experience
I. Burckhardt, S. Klein, S. Zimmermann (Heidelberg/DE)
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12.45–13.15 Industrial Symposium 3 – OSM Gruppe
Room 13
12.45
New generation of microbiological results!
A. Hoffmann (Cologne/DE)
12.45–13.15 Industrial Symposium 4 – Illumina
Room 10-11
12.45
Enabling Advancements in Microbiology Research
O. Goldenberg (Cambridge/UK)
12.45–13.45 Journal Workshop
Room 5
Chair
12.45
13.05
Publishing in Nature Microbiology and Cell Host & Microbe
Stan Gorski (Wuerzburg/DE)
Cell Host & Microbe
L. Goyal (Cambridge, MA/US)
Nature Microbiology
A. Jermy (London/GB)
13.20–13.50 Industrial Symposium 5 – Takara Bio Europe SAS
Room 12
13.20
Next-Gen Tools to Clone and Purify Proteins:
Discover In-Fusion® and Capturem™
M. Raman (Paris/FR)
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14.00–14.30 Award Session VAAM
Franconia Hall VAAM PhD Awards
Chair
Wolfgang Buckel (Marburg/DE)
14.00
Antimicrobial compounds as major determinants of bacterial competition
in the human nasal microbiota
Alexander Zipperer (Tuebingen/DE)
14.15
Shedding light into the interplay between GpsB and penicillin binding proteins of
Listeria monocytogenes
Jeanine Rismondo (Wernigerode/DE)
14.00–14.30 Award Session DGHM
Barbarossa HallDGHM PhD Awards
Chair
Matthias Frosch (Wuerzburg/DE), Werner Solbach (Luebeck/DE)
14:05
DZIF-Award for Doctoral Thesis
Genome-guided design of a defined mouse microbiota that confers colonization
resistance against Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium
Sandrine Brugiroux (Munich/DE)
14:10
DGHM-Awards for Doctoral Thesis
Toll-like receptor 2 activation capacity of Staphylococcus aureus
Dennis Hanzelmann (Tuebingen/DE)
14:15
Regulation of host-pathogen interactions by the ubiquitin system
Evanij Fiškin (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
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14.30–16.00 Plenary 5
Franconia Hall Single-cell genomics and gene expression
Chairs
Petra Dersch (Braunschweig/DE), Sebastian Suerbaum (Munich/DE)
14.30
Exploring microbial dark matter in sponge symbiosis
149/INV
Ute Hentschel Humeida (Kiel/DE)
15.00
A chemical biological approach to infection
150/INV
Deborah Hung (Cambridge, MA/US)
15.30
Salmonella forms intracellular persisters with TacT
151/INV
Sophie Helaine (London/GB)
14.30–16.00 Plenary 6
Barbarossa HallHost niches and infection models
Chairs
Thomas Rudel (Wuerzburg/DE), Bärbel Stecher (Munich/DE)
14.30
Small animal models of cholera prevention using virulent phages
152/INV
Andrew Camilli (Medford, MA/US)
15.00
Genome-wide detection of virulence and host recognition determinants in
153/INV
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Steve Lory (Boston, MA/US)
15.30
Infection, innate immunity and cancer in the stomach – Organoids as host
154/INVmodel
Sina Bartfeld (Wuerzburg/DE)
16.00–18.00 Postersession 2 (see page 137)
18.00–19.30 VAAM Assembly (see page 12)
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18.00–19.30 Workshop 25
Room 13
Molecular and infection epidemiology (National Reference Laboratories
and Consiliary Laboratories / Infection Epidemiology and Population Genetics)
Chairs
Volkhard Kempf (Frankfurt a. M./DE), Johannes Elias (Berlin/DE)
18.00
Two outbreaks of Legionnaires Disease in the hanseatic city of Bremen:
159/RKV
one epidemic strain – a microbiological investigation
A. Gründel, M. Petzold (Dresden/DE), M. Lelgemann
M. Berges (Bremen/DE), K. Lück, C. Lück (Dresden/DE)
18.15Invasive Neisseria meningitidis and H. influenzae isolates submitted to the
160/RKV National Reference Laboratory for Meningococci and H. influenzae (NRZMHi)
2016
T.-T. Lam, H. Claus, U. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
18.30
Development of a high-throughput screening assay for the detection of anti
161/RKV Bartonella henselae IgG antibodies
D. Villinger, W. Ballhorn, H. Podlich, A. Hillebrecht, Y. Regier, S. Besier
V. A. J. Kempf (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
18.45
Signature patterns of SNP in genomes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis for
162/MSV identification of clades and drug resistance variants
O. Reva (Pretoria/ZA)
19.00
Rates of spontaneous mutation, short-term evolution, and in-vivo growth of
163/MSV pathogenic bacteria
A. K. Szafranska, V. Junker, U. Nübel (Braunschweig/DE)
19.15
Staphylococcus aureus was repeatedly introduced to the African continent
164/MSV
L. Strauß (Muenster/DE), S. Abdulla, A. Alabi (Lambaréné/GA)
M. Garrine (Manhiça/MZ), A. Germann (Sankt Ingbert/DE)
V. Helms (Saarbruecken/DE), T. Kazimoto, W. Kern (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
M. Lebughe (Kinshasa/CG), I. Mandomando (Manhiça/MZ), D. Mumba
J.-J. Muyembe-Tamfum (Kinshasa/CG), G. Peters (Muenster/DE)
P. Phaku (Kinshasa/CG), U. Ruffing (Homburg/Saar/DE)
F. Schaumburg (Muenster/DE), D. Vubil (Manhiça/MZ), M. Herrmann
A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
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18.00–20.00 Workshop 26
Room 10–11 Eukaryotic Pathogens (Eukaryotic Pathogens)
Chairs
Sascha Brunke (Jena/DE), Che Julius Ngwa (Aachen/DE)
18.00
The role of histone acetylation in the control of gene expression during
165/EKV
P. falciparum gametocyte development and transmission to the mosquito
C. Julius Ngwa, M. Kiesow, O. Papst, J. Möcking (Aachen/DE)
L. M. Altenhofen (University Park, PA/US), M. Filarsky, T. Voss (Basel/CH)
M. Llinás (University Park, PA/US), G. Pradel (Aachen/DE)
18.15
Fitness costs of drug resistance in clinical Candida albicans isolates
166/EKV
C. Popp, I. Hampe, T. Hertlein, K. Ohlsen, J. Morschhäuser (Wuerzburg/DE)
18.30
Regulation of ECE1 transcription in Candida albicans
167/EKV
R. Martin, E. Garbe, O. Kurzai (Jena/DE)
18.45
A hybrid transcription network controls Candida glabrata iron homeostasi
168/EKV
F. Gerwien, F. Hille, J. Linde, P. Kämmer, L. Kasper, B. Hube
S. Brunke (Jena/DE)
19.00
Candida albicans counteracts Dectin-mediated antifungal host response
169/EKV
N. Reiher, M. J. Reza, P. F. Zipfel (Jena/DE)
19.15
A novel killing assay uncovers a role of Aspergillus fumigatus cell wall
170/EKV
integrity signaling to resist human neutrophil granulocytes
D. Ruf, V. Brantl, V. Loiko, K. Dichtl, J. Wagener (Munich/DE)
19.30
Candida albicans and Proteus mirabilis interactions enhance epithelial cell
171/EKVdamage
J. Niemiec, M. Kapitan, I. Jacobsen (Jena/DE)
19.45
RNAseq analysis reveals cell type-specific reprogramming of host and
172/EKV
parasite transcriptomes after infection with Toxoplasma gondii
I. J. Swierzy (Goettingen/DE), U. Händel (Magdeburg/DE)
A. Kaever (Goettingen/DE), M. Scharfe, M. Jarek (Braunschweig/DE)
D. Schlüter (Magdeburg/DE), C. Lüder (Goettingen/DE)
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Room 5
Pathogenicity of Gram-positive cocci (Microbial Pathogenesis)
Chairs
Knut Ohlsen (Wuerzburg/DE), Anja Lührmann (Erlangen/DE)
18.00
Lactate Dehydrogenase – A metabolic enzyme involved in virulence of
173/MPV
Streptococcus pyogenes
S. Oehmcke-Hecht, J. B. Wichura, L. E. Nass, S. Mikkat, B. Kreikemeyer
T. Fiedler (Rostock/DE)
18.15
Staphylococcus aureus ‘lipoprotein-like’ lipoproteins delay G2/M phase
174/MPV
transition in HeLa cells
M.-T. Nguyen (Tuebingen/DE), M. Deplanche (Rennes/FR)
M. Nega (Tuebingen/DE), Y. Le Loir (Rennes/FR), L. Peisl
F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE), N. Berkova (Rennes/FR)
18.30
The small histidine-containing phosphocarrier protein HPr affects glucose
175/MPV
metabolism and virulence in Staphylococcus aureus.
A.-C. Brausch, E. Kirch, M. Bischoff, R. Gaupp (Homburg/Saar/DE)
18.45
Inactivation of Rsp shows a new side of Staphylococcus aureus virulence
176/MPV
leading to Trojan horse phenotype.
S. Das, B. Oesterreich, K. Förstner, K. Paprotka, S. Blättner, C. Remmele
M. Selle, M. Dittrich, T. Müller, J. Vogel, K. Ohlsen, T. Rudel
M. Fraunholz (Wuerzburg/DE)
19.00
Inhibition of the transcription termination factor Rho by bicyclomycin affects
177/MPV expression of SaeRS-dependent virulence factor genes in Staphylococcus
aureus
A. Nagel (Greifswald/DE), P. Nicolas (Jouy-en-Josas/FR)
M. Debarbouille (Paris/FR), C. Guerin (Jouy-en-Josas/FR), S. Michalik
M. Depke (Greifswald/DE), T. Hertlein (Wuerzburg/DE), A. Hiron (Paris/FR)
M. Gesell Salazar, J. Pané-Farré (Greifswald/DE), M. van der Kooi-Pol
E. Reilman (Groningen/NL), P. Bessières (Jouy-en-Josas/FR)
K. Ohlsen (Wuerzburg/DE), M. Hecker (Greifswald/DE), T. Msadek (Paris/FR)
J. M. van Dijl (Groningen/NL), U. Völker, U. Mäder (Greifswald/DE)
19.15
A novel role of a major cell wall glycopolymer in Staphylococcus aureus
178/MPVvirulence
C. Weidenmaier, S. Wanner, J. Schade, D. Keinhörster, S. E. George
C. Wolz (Tuebingen/DE), J. Kolata (Utrecht/NL), B. Bröker (Greifswald/DE)
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Staphylococcus aureus adaptation – Complex adaptation and surviving
179/MPVstarvation
C. Liang (Wuerzburg/DE), A. Christof (Wuerzburg, Tuebingen/DE)
M. Yang (Wuerzburg/DE), A. Giesel (Wuerzburg, Greifswald/DE)
P. Martin (Greifswald/DE), S. Fuchs (Greifswald, Wernigerode/DE)
C. Wolz (Tuebingen/DE), P.-F. Jan (Greifswald/DE)
T. Dandekar (Wuerzburg/DE)
19.45
Glycosylated plasmin-sensitive protein Pls in methicillin-resistant
180/MPV
Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) promotes biofilm formation
J. Eikmeier, I. Bleiziffer, G. Pohlentz (Muenster/DE)
K. McAulay (Sheffield/GB), G. Xia (Manchester/GB)
M. Hussain (Muenster/DE), A. Peschel (Tuebingen/DE)
S. Foster (Sheffield/GB), G. Peters, C. Heilmann (Muenster/DE)
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18.00–19.30
Room 12
Chairs
18.00
181/GIV
18.15
182/GIV 18.30
183/GIV 18.45
184/PWV
Workshop 28
The enteric microbiota and its influence on the host
(Gastrointestinal Infections / Microbiota, Probiota and Host)
Dirk Hofreuter, Guntram Grassl (Hanover/DE)
A low-abundance bile acid acts as a positive regulator of the antimicrobial
program of the terminal ileum
S. Tremblay, G. Romain, M. Roux, X.-L. Chen (Sherbrooke/CA), K. Brown
D. Gibson (Kelowna/CA), S. Ramanathan, A. Menendez (Sherbrooke/CA)
Co-infection and pre-infection effects on eukaryotic cell line response to the
Cag Type IV secretion system of Helicobacter pylori
A. F. Zeitler, K. H. Gerrer, R. Haas, L. F. Jiménez-soto (Munich/DE)
PrsA2 of Clostridium difficile is an active parvulin-type PPIase and influences
sporulation and germination
C. Ünal, M. Berges, C. Priebe (Braunschweig/DE), C. Schiene-Fischer
G. Fischer (Halle/Saale/DE), D. Jahn, M. Steinert (Braunschweig/DE)
Therapeutic implementation of encapsulated prtP-encoded lactocepin on
experimental colitis
H. Yoon, J. Calasan, D. Haller, G. Hörmannsperger (Freising-Weihenstephan/DE)
19.00
Pathogenicity mechanisms of Enterococcus faecalis in chronic intestinal
185/PWVinflammation
I. Lengfelder, I. Sava, S. Ocvirk (Freising/DE), J. Hansen
B. Sartor (Chapel Hill, NC/US), D. Haller (Freising/DE)
19.15
Identification of disease-relevant bacterial signatures in gnotobiotic IL-10
186/PWV
deficient mice using fecal samples from IBD patients undergoing
hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
A. Metwaly, L. F. Buttό, N. Waldschmitt, I. Lagkouvardos (Freising/DE)
A. M. Corraliza, A. Mayorgas (Barcelona/ES)
M. Martinez-Medina (Girona/ES), M. Allez (Paris/FR), J. Panes
A. Salas (Barcelona/ES), D. Haller (Freising/DE)
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Room 6
Chairs
18.00
187/HYV 18.15
188/PRV 18.30
189/PRV 18.45
190/PRV
19.00
191/PRV From 19.30
Workshop 29
Epidemiology, diagnostic, surveillance and prevention of multi drug resistant organisms (General and Hospital Hygiene/Antimicrobial
Resistance and Drugs, Infection Prevention)
Simone Scheithauer (Goettingen/DE), Rasmus Leistner (Berlin/DE)
Improved infection control strategies and quality of care for patients affected
by multi-drug resistant bacteria using patients‘ experiences
A. Kossow (Bielefeld/DE), F. Kipp (Berlin/DE), A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
C. Hornberg (Bielefeld/DE)
Monitoring the microevolution of OXA-48-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae
ST147 in a hospital setting by SMRT sequencing
A. E. Zautner (Goettingen/DE), B. Bunk (Braunschweig/DE)
Y. Pfeifer (Wernigerode/DE), C. Spröer (Braunschweig/DE), U. Reichard
H. Eiffert, S. Scheithauer, U. Groß (Goettingen/DE)
J. Overmann (Braunschweig/DE), B. Wolfgang (Goettingen/DE)
Molecular tracing of ESBL-/AmpC-producing enterobacteria along the broiler
production chain
M. Projahn, K. Daehre, A. Friese, U. Roesler (Berlin/DE)
Confrontation of nosocomial pathogens with their natural enemy – Biofilm
reduction and synergistic effects with antibiotics using bacteriophages
S. Latz, M. Jansen, A. E. Maennling, D. Ropohl, K. Ritter
H.-P. Horz (Aachen/DE)
Genomic epidemiology of ESBL-producing E. coli from wild migratory birds in
Pakistan
M. Mohsin, S. Raza, S. Guenther (Faisalabad/PK)
Mixer in the Industrial Exhibition (see page 22)
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08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 30
Franconia Hall Microbial community dynamics in the environment
(SL Environmental Microbiology and Ecology)
Chairs
Jochen Müller (Leipzig/DE), Kirsten Küsel (Jena/DE)
08.30
Collapse of soil microbial biodiversity after rapeseed-glucosinolate exposure
193/EEV
F. Kovacic (Juelich/DE), M. Siebers, T. Rohr, M. Ventura (Bonn/DE)
S. Thies (Juelich/DE), M. Ferrer (Madrid/ES), K.-E. Jaeger (Juelich/DE)
M. Berg, P. Dörmann, M. Schulz (Bonn/DE)
08.45
Earthworm feeding guild affects the selective activation of fermenters in the
194/EEV earthworm alimentary canal
T. Oppermann, P. S. Depkat-Jakob, H. L. Drake (Bayreuth/DE)
09.00
Pronounced bacterial population dynamics in a Northern German gas
195/EEV
reservoir connected to production-related technical measures
J. Sameith, C. Gniese (Berlin/DE), T. Lueders (Neuherberg/DE)
M. Schlömann (Freiberg/DE), M. Krüger (Hanover/DE)
09.15
Deciphering the bacterial response in the rhizosphere towards different
196/EEV management regimes and short-term herbivory in permanent German
grassland
B. Wemheuer (Goettingen/DE), C. Scherber (Muenster/DE)
R. Daniel, S. Vidal, F. Wemheuer (Goettingen/DE)
09.30
Assess the role of viruses in contaminant biodegradation through metage
197/EEV nomics
L. Deng, J. Feichtmayer, C. Griebler (Munich/DE)
09.45
Fate of antibiotic resistant bacteria in two different constructed wetland
198/EEVtypes
C. Knecht (Leipzig/DE), M. Krüger (Leipzig, Halle/DE)
H. Dambeck (Leipzig/DE), J. Nickolaus (Leipzig, Halle/DE), A. Ahmed
S. Kellmann, I. Mäusezahl, M. Möder, M. Kästner (Leipzig/DE)
O. O. Adelowo (Leipzig/DE, Ibadan/NG), J. Nivala, J. A. Müller (Leipzig/DE)
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08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 31
Barbarossa HallMicrobial cell biology and cellular microbiology
(SL Microbial Cell Biology and Cellular Microbiology)
Chairs
Thomas Rudel, Martin Fraunholz (Wuerzburg/DE)
08.30
199/MCBV
08.45
200/MCBV
09.00
201/MCBV
09.15
202/MCBV
09.30
203/MCBV
09.45
204/MCBV
DNA- and nucleotide binding by ParC drive a capture-and-release
mechanism required for cell-pole development
A. Alvarado, S. Ringgaard (Marburg/DE)
Asymmetric DNA replication in synchronized Vibrio cholerae
F. Kemter, S. Messerschmidt, N. Schallopp
T. Waldminghaus (Marburg/DE)
The role of phytochrome in temperature sensing
C. Streng, R. Fischer (Karlsruhe/DE)
Maturation of the Salmonella containing vacuole is dependent on the host
cell cycle
C. Lisowski, C. Maudet (Wuerzburg/DE), A. R. Cruz, M. Mano (Coimbra/PT)
A. Eulalio (Wuerzburg/DE)
Chlamydia-containing vacuole serves as deubiquitination platform to
stabilize Mcl-1 and to interfere with host defense
A. Fischer (Wuerzburg/DE), K. S. Harrison (Lawrence, MA/US), Y. Ramirez
D. Auer, S. R. Chowdhury, B. K. Prusty, F. Sauer
C. Kisker (Wuerzburg/DE), P. S. Hefty (Lawrence, MA/US)
T. Rudel (Wuerzburg/DE)
Inhibition of host cell protein translation during infection with Chlamydia
trachomatis
M. Ohmer, T. Tzivelekidis, L. Volceanov, O. Schilling
G. Häcker (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
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08.30
205/SMBV 08.45
206/SMBV
09.00
207/SMBV
09.15
208/SMBV
09.30
209/SMBV 09.45
210/SMBV Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates in defined mixed cultures from CO2
and light
H. Löwe, K. Pflüger-Grau, A. Kremling (Garching/DE)
Metabolic engineering – from fluxes to products
(SL Synthetic Microbiology and Biotechnology)
Hannes Link (Marburg/DE), Georg Sprenger (Stuttgart/DE)
Fixing the Calvin cycle – CO2 fixation through an artificial photorespiratory
bypass build from non-natural reactions
M. Scheffen, J. Zarzycki (Marburg/DE), A. Bar-Even (Potsdam/DE)
T. J. Erb (Marburg/DE)
Treatment of industrial wastewater and energy generation via Microbial
Fuel Cells (MFC)
S. Epple, J. Gescher (Karlsruhe/DE)
Metabolic engineering of Escherichia coli for synthesis of
2-(4-Aminophenyl) ethanol (PAPE)
B. Mohammadi Nargesi, G. A. Sprenger, J.-W. Youn (Stuttgart/DE)
Exploiting unconventional secretion for production of biopharmaceuticals in
Ustilago maydis
M. Terfrüchte (Duesseldorf/DE), S. Wewetzer, J. Büchs (Aachen/DE)
M. Feldbrügge, K. Schipper (Duesseldorf/DE)
Opportunities and challenges of synthesis gas utilization by the facultative
chemolithoautotrophic bacterium Ralstonia eutropha H16
D. Heinrich, C. Klask, M. Raberg, A. Steinbüchel (Muenster/DE)
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08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 33
Room 10–11 Phage defense and therapeutics (SL Phage and CRISPR)
Chairs
Anita Marchfelder (Ulm/DE), Lennart Randau (Marburg/DE)
08.30
211/PCV
08.45
212/PCV
09.00
213/PCV 09.15
214/PCV 09.30
215/PCV
09.45
216/PCV
Engineering the broad-host P1 bacteriophage for the delivery of
programmable-spectrum CRISPR antimicrobials
C. Beisel (Raleigh, NC/US)
Acquisition of the bacterial trancription machinery by phage-encoded factors
R. Wigneshweraraj (London/GB)
Dynamic biofilm architecture confers individual and collective mechanisms
of phage protection
L. Vidakovic, P. Singh, R. Hartmann, C. Nadell, K. Drescher (Marburg/DE)
Enzymatic promiscuity and specificity determinants of a CRISPR-Cas6
RNA Endonuclease
W. Hess, R. Jesser, J. Behler (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
C. Benda (Martinsried/DE), S. Lott (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
Phage application aiming at the reduction of ESBL-producing E. coli in
livestock farming
I. Schmidt (Braunschweig/DE), A. Bierbrodt (Hamm/DE)
J. Wittmann (Braunschweig/DE), S. Kittler, R. Mengden (Hanover/DE)
T. Lehnherr (Boenen/DE), M. Fink (Hamm, Boenen/DE)
G. Klein (Hanover/DE), C. Rohde, M. Rohde (Braunschweig/DE)
H. Lehnherr (Boenen/DE)
CRISPRi as a tool to repress gene expression – analysis of the tRNA
splicingendonuclease of Haloferax volcanii
T. S. Schwarz (Ulm/DE), S. J. Berkemer (Leipzig/DE)
C. J. Daniels (Columbus, OH/US), P. F. Stadler (Leipzig/DE)
A. Marchfelder (Ulm/DE)
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08.30–10.00 Short Lecture 34
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Archaea (SL Archaea)
Chairs
Dina Grohmann (Regensburg/DE), Cornelia Welte (Nijmegen/NL)
08.30
Structure of the methanogenic heterodisulfide-reductase/hydrogenase
217/ARV
complex catalysing ferredoxin reduction using electron-bifurcating
mechanism
T. Wagner, J. Koch (Marburg/DE), U. Ermler (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
S. Shima (Marburg/DE)
08.45
Archaeal ultrastructure and motility – the case of Pyrococcus furiosus
218/ARV
A. Bellack, F. Heiss, R. Reichelt, V. Heinz, R. Wirth (Regensburg/DE)
B. Daum (Frankfurt a. M./DE; Exeter/GB), R. Rachel (Regensburg/DE)
09.00
The human archaeome
219/ARV
C. Moissl-Eichinger (Graz/AT)
09.15
RNA of Methanosphaera stadtmanae activates proinflammatory immune responses
220/ARV C. Bang (Kiel/DE), T. Vierbuchen, H. Heine (Borstel/DE)
R. A. Schmitz (Kiel/DE)
09.30
Biochemical mechanism of nitrate-dependent methane oxidation
221/ARV
S. Berger, M. S. M. Jetten, C. U. Welte (Nijmegen/NL)
09.45
Same same but different – Structure-function analysis of an archaeal
222/ARV argonaute variant with a novel activity
S. Willkomm, A. Zander (Regensburg/DE), C. Oellig
S. Schneider (Munich/DE), D. Grohmann (Regensburg/DE)
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08.30
223/HYV 08.48
224/HYV
09.06
225/PRV 09.24
226/PRV
09.42
227/PRV
Importation of giardiasis into Germany by travelers, migrants and deployed
soldiers – An issue of concern?
R. M. Hagen, D. Wiemer, W. Maaßen (Hamburg/DE)
H. Frickmann (Hamburg, Rostock/DE)
Allgemeine Hygiene, Krankenhaushygiene und Infektionsprävention
im öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienst (General and Hospital Hygiene /
Antimicrobial Resistance and Drugs, Infection Prevention)
Christian Brandt (Frankfurt a. M./DE), Heinz-Michael Just (Nuernberg/DE)
Pyoderma outbreak among families of kindergarten children – association
with a Panton-Valentine leucocidin (PVL)-producing S. aureus clone
R. Leistner, R. Krüger, S. Schneider-Burrus (Berlin/DE)
F. Layer (Wernigerode/DE), L. G. Hanitsch (Berlin/DE)
Experimental colonisation of piglets with livestock-associated MRSA via the
airborne route
K. Rosen, F. Ebner, A. Friese, U. Roesler (Berlin/DE)
Do antimicrobial resistant bacteria spread in the commercial kitchen
environment after introduction via contaminated food? – The example MRSA
A. Fetsch, B. Ballhausen, P. Hiller, A. Kaesbohrer (Berlin/DE)
Occurrence of multidrug-resistant bacteria in municipal and hospital waste
water and receiving surface waters
C. Schreiber, H. Müller, T. Kistemann, M. Exner (Bonn/DE)
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08.30
228/EKV
08.45
229/EKV
09.00
230/EKV 09.15
231/FBV
09.30
232/FBV 09.45
233/FBV Expression, processing, and secretion of the Ece1 polyprotein and its
derived peptide toxin Candidalysin
S. Mogavero, S. Allert, L. Kasper, T. Krüger (Jena/DE), J. Richardson
J. Naglik (London/GB), B. Hube (Jena/DE)
Eukaryotic Pathogens / Fungal Biology
(Eukaryotic Pathogens / SL Fungal Biology)
Sven Krappmann (Erlangen/DE), Ulrich Kück (Bochum/DE)
Reinhard Fischer (Karlsruhe/DE)
Biofilm formation of Exophiala dermatitidis and its susceptibility to
antiinfective agents
L. Kirchhoff, M. Olsowski (Essen/DE), L. Sedlacek (Hanover/DE)
G. Haase (Hanover, Aachen/DE), J. Buer, P.-M. Rath
J. Steinmann (Essen/DE)
Characterization of the type III histidine kinase of Aspergillus fumigatus,
which represents an interesting target structure for the development of new
anti-fungal agents
F. Ebel, A. Spadinger, A. Wiedemann (Munich/DE)
Green Light sensing in Fusarium fujikuroi – investigation of the fungal
rhodopsins CarO and OpsA
J. Avalos, J. Pardo (Sevilla/ES), A. Adam, S. Deimel, S. Sputh
U. Terpitz (Wuerzburg/DE)
Phosphoproteomic identification of a functional phosphosignaling network in fungi
R. Märker, A. Beier (Bochum/DE), B. Blank-Landeshammer
A. Sickmann (Dortmund/DE), U. Kück (Bochum/DE)
Enzyme production with Aspergillus nidulans under growth limited
in a trickle bed reactor
M. Müller (Pirmasens/DE), O. Pardo Planas (Stillwater, OK/US)
P. Ballmann (Pirmasens/DE), M. Wilkins (Lincoln, NE/US)
R. Prade (Stillwater, OK/US), S. Dröge (Pirmasens/DE)
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Infection Immunology (Infection Immunology)
Chairs
Roland Lang (Erlangen/DE), Ger van Zandbergen (Langen/DE)
08.30
234/IIV
08.45
235/IIV
09.00
236/IIV Mycobacterium tuberculosis survival upon efferocytosis of infected
neutrophils by macrophages requires ESAT-6
T. Dallenga (Borstel/DE), U. Repnik (Oslo/NO)
R. Reimer (Hamburg, Borstel/DE), G. Griffiths (Oslo/NO)
U. Schaible (Borstel/DE)
09.15
237/IIV 09.30
238/IIV
09.45
239/IIV
Dual role of the mycobacterial cord factor TDM in cross-regulation of
macrophage responses to IFNγ
B. Killy, A. Huber, A. B. Ekici, S. Wirtz, R. Lang (Erlangen/DE)
Dermal fibroblasts play a central role in skin model protection against
C. albicans invasion
A. Kühbacher (Stuttgart/DE), P. Stevens (Stuttgart/DE; Vienna/AT)
C. Grumaz, H. Henkel, D. Finkelmeier, A. Burger-Kentischer, K. Sohn
R. Steffen (Stuttgart/DE)
Global antibody response to Staphylococcus aureus live-cell vaccination
T. Hertlein, M. Selle (Wuerzburg/DE), P. Kloppot (Greifswald/DE)
E. Müller, R. Ehricht (Jena/DE), B. Bröker (Greifswald/DE)
S. Engelmann (Braunschweig/DE), K. Ohlsen (Wuerzburg/DE)
Staphylococcus aureus protease Jep – A novel virulence factor?
H. El Gohary, P. Trübe, J. Dick, J. Gumz, E. Rüdiger (Greifswald/DE)
T. Yang, S. Johnson (Auckland/NZ), K. Schmoeckel
B. Bröker (Greifswald/DE), S. Wiles (Auckland/NZ)
S. Holtfreter (Greifswald/DE)
Cross talk between T cells and antigen presenting cells during
Mycobacterium avium complex infection
K. A. Merga, A. Nerlich, N. Ruangkiattikul (Hanover/DE)
S. Weiss (Braunschweig/DE), R. Goethe (Hanover/DE)
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08.30–10.30 Akademie Teil 1
Dental Clinic Infektionsepidemiologie und Ausbruchsaufklärung
10.30–12.00 Plenary 7
Franconia Hall Antibiotics and Resistance
Chairs
Elke Dittmann (Potsdam/DE), Susanne Häusler (Braunschweig/DE)
10.30
240/INV
11.00
241/INV 11.30
242/INV
Evolution of resistance to Ciprofloxacin in Escherichia coli
Diarmaid Hughes (Uppsåla/SE)
Innovative Antibiotics from Microbes – Identification, Mode of Action and
Resistance Mechanisms
Rolf Müller (Saabruecken/DE)
Phenotypic variability and the evolution of antibiotic tolerance
Nathalie Balaban (Jerusalem/IL)
10.30–12.00 Workshop 38
Room 10–11 Late Breaker Session (FG PR / StAG HY)
Chairs
Frauke Mattner (Cologne/DE), Simone Scheithauer (Goettingen/DE)
The programme will be published on site.
12.00–12.30 Poster Awards (see page 18)
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Room 13
DFG und DAAD stellen sich vor
Chair
Thomas Rudel (Wuerzburg/DE)
12.30
13.00
Förderungen durch die DFG
A. Strecker (Bonn/DE)
Förderungen durch den DAAD
H. Finken (Bonn/DE)
12.30–13.30 Workshop 39
Room 10–11 Selected papers of the German Reference and Consulting
Laboratories 2016 (StAG National Reference Laboratories and Consiliary
Laboratories)
Chairs
Ulrich Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE), Volkhard A. J. Kempf (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
12.30
The Implementation of an Evidence-Based Bundle for Bloodstream Infections
in Neonatal Intensive Care Units in Germany: A Controlled Intervention Study
to Improve Patient Safety
F. Salm (Berlin/DE)
12.42
Corynebacterium diphtheriae in a free-roaming red fox: case report and
historical review on diphtheria in animals
A. Sing (Oberschleißheim/DE)
12.54
Effectiveness of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccines (PCV7 and PCV13)
against Invasive Pneumococcal Disease among Children under Two Years
of Age in Germany
M. van der Linden (Aachen/DE)
13.06
Recombinant Enterovirus A71 Subgenogroup C1 Strains, Germany, 2015
S. Böttcher (Berlin/DE)
13.18
High-grade Dysplasia in Anogenital Warts of HIV-Positive Men
U. Wieland (Cologne/DE)
12.30–14.30 Akademie Teil 2
Dental Clinic Infektionsepidemiologie und Ausbruchsaufklärung
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13.30–15.30 Short Lecture 40
Franconia Hall Metabolism and Biochemistry
(SL Environmental Microbiology and Ecology)
Chairs
David Schleheck (Konstanz/DE), Hermann Heipieper (Leipzig/DE)
13.30
243/EEV
13.45
244/EEV
14.00
245/EEV
14.15
246/EEV 14.30
247/EEV 14.45
248/EEV
A flavin-binding protein is essential for the anaerobic decarboxylation of
o-phthalyl-CoA by Azoarcus sp. strain PA01
M. Junghare, D. Spiteller, B. Schink (Konstanz/DE)
Novel insights in rhamnolipid biosynthesis
A. Wittgens (Ulm/DE), F. Kovacic (Juelich/DE), M. Henkel
R. Hausmann (Stuttgart/DE), F. Rosenau (Ulm/DE)
Molecular mechanisms mediating tolerance to ionic liquids in Listeria
monocytogenes
P.-J. Mester, T. Gundolf (Vienna/AT), R. Kalb (Grambach/AT)
M. Wagner, P. Rossmanith (Vienna/AT)
Complete dechlorination of tetrachloroethene to ethene by a co-culture of
the organohalide-respiring organisms Sulfurospirillum multivorans and
Dehalococcoides mccartyi
S. Kruse, T. Goris (Jena/DE), D. Türkowsky, N. Jehmlich
L. Adrian (Leipzig/DE), M. Westermann, G. Diekert (Jena/DE)
Comparative genomic studies of Desulfosporosinus – functional diversity in
anaerobic hydrocarbon-impacted environments
N. Abu Laban (Essen/DE), B. Tan (Singapore/SG), A. Dao
J. Foght (Edmonton/CA)
Genomic repertoire and activity of the Woeseiaceae, cosmopolitan and
abundant core members of microbial communities in marine sediments
M. Mussmann, P. Pjevac (Vienna/AT)
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Barbarossa HallSingle Cell Analysis and Infection Models
(SL Microbial Cell Biology and Cellular Microbiology)
Chairs
Sina Bartfeld, Emmanuel Saliba (Wuerzburg/DE)
13.30
Chlamydia trachomatis prevents mitochondrial fragmentation via the
249/MCBV miR-30c-P53-Drp1 axis
R. S. Chowdhury, A. Reimer, M. Sharan, V. Kozak-Pavlovic, A. Eulalio
B. Prusty, M. Fraunholz, K. Karunakaran, T. Rudel (Wuerzburg/DE)
13.45
Single molecule localization and tracking of SPI2-T3SS effector proteins
250/MCBVin Salmonella enterica infected cells
V. Göser, B. Barlag, R. Kurre, C. Richter, M. Hensel (Osnabrueck/DE)
14.00
Meningococcal ligands and molecular targets required for adhesion and
251/MCBV penetration of the B-CSF barrier
S. Gomes, A. Appelt-Menzel, H. Walles, M. Metzger
A. Schubert-Unkmeir (Wuerzburg/DE)
14.15
Novel tissue-engineered human 3D infection models to study pathogenesis
252/MCBV of Helicobacter pylori and Campylobacter jejuni
M. Alzheimer, S. L. Svensson, M. Schweinlin, M. Metzger, H. Walles
C. M. Sharma (Wuerzburg/DE)
14.30
RNA-Sequencing of microbial subpopulations – Towards systems-level
253/MCBV analyses of phenotypic heterogeneity
R. Frhr. v. Boeselager, T. Polen, J. Frunzke (Juelich/DE)
14.45
Single-cell RNA-seq ties macrophage polarization to growth rate of in
254/MCBV tracellular Salmonella
A.-E. Saliba, L. Li, A. Westermann, S. Appenzelle (Wuerzburg/DE)
D. Stapels (London/GB), L. Schulte (Wuerzburg/DE)
S. Helaine (London/GB), J. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
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Short Lecture 42
13.30
255/SMBV
13.45
256/SMBV
14.00
257/SMBV 14.15
258/SMBV 14.30
259/SMBV 14.45
260/SMBV
Engineering orthogonal synthetic timer circuits in bacteria
S. Vecchione (Marburg/DE), D. Pinto (Dresden/DE), H. Wu
M. Mauri (Marburg/DE), T. Mascher (Dresden/DE), G. Fritz (Marburg/DE)
Synthetic Biology – Models, Tools, Applications
(SL Synthetic Microbiology and Biotechnology)
Torsten Waldminghaus (Marburg/DE), Georg Fritz (Marburg/DE)
A versatile dFBA simulator for modeling microbial communities
F. Centler, F. Bonk, D. Taraba, D. Popp (Leipzig/DE)
Towards a blank synthetic secondary chromosome – Characterisation and
optimisation of synVicII in Escherichia coli
S. Messerschmidt, D. Schindler, C. Zumkeller, F. Kemter, N. Schallopp
T. Waldminghaus (Marburg/DE)
Analysis of protein secretion and thermophilic organisms – an expansion of
the fluorescent protein toolbox
A. Woop, M. Wingen, A. Heck, K.-E. Jaeger, T. Drepper (Juelich/DE)
BEAP profile – a new and rapid test system for microbial status analysis
and early detection of process incidents in agricultural biogas plants S. Refai, U. Deppenmeier (Bonn/DE)
Genetic engineering of Oligotropha carboxidovorans – a promising
candidate for the aerobic utilization of industrial waste gases
D. Siebert, A. Sage, V. Tschiginewa, B. Eikmanns (Ulm/DE)
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Room 10–11
Chairs
Short Lecture 43
Diversity of bacterial gene regulation and signal transduction
(SL Gene regulation and Non-coding RNA)
Sven Halbedel (Berlin/DE), Ilka Bischofs (Heidelberg/DE)
13.30
Cyclic di-nucleotide signalling in bacterial differentiation and antibiotic
261/GRVproduction
N. Tschowri (Berlin/DE), M. A. Schumacher,
R. G. Brennan (Durham, NC/US), S. A. Neumann (Berlin/DE)
M. J. Buttner (Berlin/DE, Norwich/GB)
13.45
FnrL and three Dnr regulators control the anaerobic adaptation in
262/GRV
Dinoroseobacter shibae DFL 12T
M. Ebert (Braunschweig/DE), S. Laaß (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
D. Eckweiler (Braunschweig/DE), A. Thürmer (Goettingen/DE), R. Daniel
E. Härtig, D. Jahn (Braunschweig/DE)
14.00
New insights into the general stress response of Bacillus subtilis – the
263/GRV
SigB modulon
A. Reder, U. Mäder, U. Völker, U. Gerth, M. Hecker (Greifswald/DE)
14.15
Analysis of quinone mutants in respect to ArcA phosphorylation and
264/GRV
product formation
A. Nitzschke, K. Bettenbrock (Magdeburg/DE)
14.30
Transcription factors TFE, Spt4/5 and the archaeo-viral factor ORF145
265/GRV
regulate the archaeal RNA polymerase by modulating the conformation of
the mobile clamp domain
D. Grohmann, S. Schulz (Braunschweig/DE), C. Sheppard (London/GB)
P. Tinnefeld (Braunschweig/DE), F. Werner (London/GB)
14.45
Regulation of cyanobacterial phototaxis
266/GRV
A. Wilde, A. Jakob, T. Wallner, N. Schuergers
C. Mullineaux (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
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Room 5
Chairs
Short Lecture 44
Diversification in the environment and the mammalian host
(SL Microbial Diversity and Evolution)
Julia Steuber (Hohenheim/DE), Stefanie Glaeser (Giessen/DE)
13.30
Community composition of bacteria and archaea from hot marine
267/MDEV hydrothermal vents of Vulcano Island
M. Suleiman, C. Schäfers (Hamburg/DE), K. O. Stetter (Regensburg/DE)
G. Antranikian (Hamburg/DE)
13.45
Phylogeny and wide distribution of anoxygenic photosynthesis among
268/MDEVproteobacteria
J. F. Imhoff, T. Rahn, S. Neulinger (Kiel/DE)
14.00
Foreign affairs – Plasmid transfer between roseobacters and rhizobia
269/MDEV P. Bartling, B. Bunk, J. Overmann, H. Brinkmann
J. Petersen (Braunschweig/DE)
14.15
Microevolution of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in cystic fibrosis lungs
270/MDEV J. Klockgether, S. Fischer, N. Cramer, L. Wiehlmann
B. Tümmler (Hanover/DE)
14.30
Evolution of mismatch repair-deficient P. aeruginosa under small
271/MDEV bottlenecks results in preferential accumulation of synonymous mutations
I. Grekov, U. Muthukumarasamy, S. Häußler (Braunschweig/DE)
14.45
The pig intestinal bacterial collection allows functional studies of gut
272/MDEV microbiota-host interactions in colorectal cancer D. Wylensek, A. Afrizal (Freising/DE), B. Fösel, B. Abt (Braunschweig/DE)
S. Heinzmann (Neuherberg/DE), L. Gau, K. Wegner (Hamburg/DE)
I. Lagkouvardos (Freising/DE), P. Schmitt-Kopplin (Neuherberg/DE)
J. Schmid (Straubing/DE), K. Flisikowski (Freising/DE)
S. Rohn (Hamburg/DE), J. Overmann (Braunschweig/DE), A. Schnieke
T. Clavel (Freising/DE)
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Room 12
Chairs
Short Lecture 45
13.30
273/GMBV
13.45
274/GMBV 14.00
275/GMBV 14.15
276/SMV 14.30
277/SMV
14.45
278/SMV
Acetone degradation in the sulfate-reducing bacterium Desulfococcus
biacutus – Solving an old mystery piece by piece
J. Frey, D. Spiteller, T. Huhn, D. Schleheck, B. Schink (Konstanz/DE)
Electron transfer in metabolism
(SL General Metabolism/SL Secondary Metabolites)
Ivan Berg (Muenster/DE), Johann Heider (Marburg/DE)
Analysis of intracellular NADPH accumulation in C. glutamicum using the
sensor-probe mBFP
O. Goldbeck (Ulm/DE), D. Petrov (Cologne/DE), G. Seibold (Ulm/DE)
Electron transport chains without quinones – a multiprotein complex allows
“stand-alone” respiration
K. Seidel, L. Adrian, P. Walter (Leipzig/DE)
Morphogenic biomolecules – Why the marine polyp Hydractinia echinata
can‘t live without his microbes
M. Rischer, H. Guo, M. Roth, C. Weigel, C. Beemelmanns (Jena/DE)
The secreted metabolome of Streptomyces chartreusis displays higher
than expected diversity and strong nutrient-dependent regulation
C. Senges (Bochum/DE), A. Al-Dilaimi, D. Wibberg
A. Winkler (Bielefeld/DE), S. Schäkermann, M. Nowrousian (Bochum/DE)
J. Kalinowski (Bielefeld/DE), J. Bandow (Bochum/DE)
Skin-borne bacterial volatiles and their effect in bacterial interactions
M. C. Lemfack (Rostock/DE), S. Rao Ravella (Braunschweig/DE)
M. Kai (Rostock/DE), S. Schulz (Braunschweig/DE)
B. Piechulla (Rostock/DE)
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13.30–15.00 Workshop 46
Room 7–8
Pathomechanisms of Shigatoxin-producing Escherichia coli
(Zoonoses)
Chairs
Reinhard Würzner (Innsbruck/AT), Rolf Bauerfeind (Giessen/DE)
13.30
279/ZOV
13.45
280/ZOV
14.00
281/ZOV 14.15
282/ZOV
14.30
283/ZOV 14.45
284/ZOV
Escherichia coli O157:H7 strain EDL933 expresses several O-acetyl
esterases being involved in sialic acid catabolism
N. Saile, A. Voigt, S. Nübling, S. Kessler, T. Stressler (Stuttgart/DE)
J. Klumpp (Zuerich/CH), L. Fischer, H. Schmidt (Stuttgart/DE)
Making Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli stick – Adhesive factors
in eae-negative serogroup O91
S. Kahnert, S. Bletz, S. Kampmeier, B. Middendorf, H. Karch
A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
Characterization of a novel stx2f-encoding prophage in enterohemorrhagic
Escherichia coli of serotype O26:H11
B. Middendorf, S. Kampmeier (Muenster/DE), B. Bunk
C. Spröer (Braunschweig/DE), M. Bielaszewska, H. Karch
A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
In vitro interaction of enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli outer membrane
vesicles with the intestinal microbial flora
C. Correa-Martinez, K.-A. Jarosch, M. Bielaszewska, H. Karch
A. Mellmann, B. Middendorf (Muenster/DE)
Trafficking and cell injury by EHEC O157 virulence factors associated with
outer membrane vesicles
A. Bauwens, C. Rüter, L. Greune, M. A. Schmidt, A. Mellmann, H. Karch
M. Bielaszewska (Muenster/DE)
Phenotypic comparison of enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O104:H4
with enteroaggregative Escherichia coli
N. Haarmann, P. Berger, A. Bauwens, M. Berger, H. Karch
A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
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13.30–15.00
Room 6
Chairs
Workshop 47
13.30
285/GIV
13.45
286/GIV 14.00
287/GIV
14.15
288/MPV
Analysis of host microRNA function uncovers a role for miR-29b-2-5p in
Shigella apture by filopodia
U. Sunkavalli (Wuerzburg/DE), R. J. Silva (Coimbra/PT), C. Aguilar
M. Sharan (Wuerzburg/DE), A. R. Cruz (Coimbra/PT)
C. Tawk (Wuerzburg/DE), C. Maudet (Wuerzburg/DE; Paris/FR)
M. Mano (Coimbra/PT), A. Eulalio (Wuerzburg/DE)
Microbial pathogenesis of enteric infections
(Gastrointestinal Infections / Microbial Pathogenesis)
Erwin Bohn (Tuebingen/DE), Antje Flieger (Wernigerode/DE)
Genome and methylome variability of the cag pathogenicity island-carrying
Helicobacter pylori challenge strain BCM-300 during early human infection
I. Estibariz (Munich, Hanover/DE), S. Nell, J. Krebes (Hanover/DE)
B. Bunk (Braunschweig/DE)
G. Del Giudice (Siena/IT), J. Overmann (Braunschweig/DE)
Y. Song (MenloPark, CA/US), C. Spröer (Braunschweig/DE)
I. Yang (Hanover/DE), T. Wex (Magdeburg/DE)
J. Korlach (MenloPark, CA/US), P. Malfertheiner (Magdeburg/DE)
S. Suerbaum (Munich, Hanover/DE)
Novel inhibitors for the New Delhi Metallo-beta-Lactamase 1
R. Nitiu, C. Daschkin (Munich/DE), G. Popowicz (Neuherberg/DE)
J. Herrmann, R. Müller (Saarbruecken/DE), M. Sattler (Neuherberg/DE)
M. Gerhard, H. Meyer (Munich/DE)
Engagement of CEACAM receptors by Helicobacter pylori modulates
immune responses
A. Javaheri, R. Mejías Luque, T. Kruse (Munich/DE)
K. Moonens (Brussels/BE), I. Asche, N. Tegtmeyer (Erlangen/DE)
R. Haas (Munich/DE), S. Backert (Erlangen/DE)
H. Remaut (Brussels/BE), B. B. Singer (Essen/DE)
M. Gerhard (Munich/DE)
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Conventus is the Professional Congress Organiser of the
5th MICROBIOLOGY AND INFECTION CONFERENCE1,2
1German
Society for Hygiene and Microbiology (DGHM)
2 Association
for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM)
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14.45
290/MPV
Novel tools for the expression and characterization of adhesive structures
in bacteria
N. Hansmeier, K. Miskiewicz, M. Hensel, T. Sterzenbach (Osnabrueck/DE)
Adhesion of Salmonella to pancreatic secretory granule membrane major
glycoprotein GP2 depends on FimH sequence variation
R. Kolenda (Senftenberg/DE), M. Burdukiewicz (Wrocław/PL)
J. Schiebel (Senftenberg/DE), I. Szabo (Berlin/DE)
A. Orłowska (Wrocław/PL), J. Nitschke, A. Böhm
P. Schierack (Senftenberg/DE)
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POSTERSESSION 1 • MONDAY, 6 MARCH
Please note, that there will be a poster change from Monday to Tuesday. Poster Session 1 takes place
on Monday, 6 March from 16.00–18.00. All posters from Session 1 have to be mounted until 12.00
on Monday, 6 March and have to be removed until 18.30 on Monday, 6 March.
Archaea (291/ARP–309/ARP)................................................................................................102
Cyanobacteria (310/CBP–313/CBP)......................................................................................104
Diagnostic Microbiology (314/DVP–327/DVP)......................................................................104
Environmental Microbiology and Ecology (328/EEP–399/EEP)..............................................106
Eukaryotic Pathogens (400/EKP–411/EKP)............................................................................114
Fungal Biology (412/FBP–422/FBP)......................................................................................115
Free Topics (423/FTP–448/FTP)............................................................................................116
Gastrointestinal Infections (449/GIP–463/GIP).......................................................................119
General Metabolism (464/GMBP–487/GMBP).......................................................................121
Genomics and Metagenomics (488/GMGP–506/GMGP).......................................................123
Gene Regulation and Non-coding RNA (507/GRP–548/GRP).................................................126
General and Hospital Hygiene (549/HYP–553/HYP)...............................................................130
Membranes and Transport (554/MTP–574/MTP)...................................................................131
Proteomics and Metabolomics (575/PMP–582/PMP)............................................................133
Infection Prevention and Antibiotic Resistance (583/PRP–598/PRP)......................................134
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Archaea (AR)
291/ARP
Influence of heavy metal ions on haloarchaeal biofilms
S. Völkel, S. Fröls, F. Pfeifer (Darmstadt/DE)
292/ARP
Investigation of the biofilm development regarding the EPS production of
gfp-expressing Halobacterium salinarum R1
J. Born, R. Wloch, F. Pfeifer (Darmstadt/DE)
293/ARP
Trh7 – a potential transcriptional regulator in Haloferax volcanii
B. Hammerbacher (Ulm/DE), S. Dunin-Horkawicz (Warsaw/PL)
A. Marchfelder (Ulm/DE)
294/ARP
L-Rhamnose degradation in the halophilic archaeon Haloferax volcanii
A. Reinhardt, U. Johnsen, P. Schönheit (Kiel/DE)
295/ARPO2 sensitivity of [Fe]-hydrogenase in the presence of the substrates
G. Huang (Marburg/DE), K. Ataka (Berlin/DE), S. Shima (Marburg/DE)
296/ARP
The importance of 10 paralogs of Origin Recognition Complex (ORC1)
proteins for chromosome copy number regulation and fitness
K. Ludt, J. Soppa (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
297/ARP
Cell division of the Euryarchaeon Haloferax volcanii
P. Nußbaum, S.-V. Albers (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
298/ARP
Purification and analysis of accessory gas vesicle proteins from Haloferax
volcanii
K. Winter, F. Pfeifer (Darmstadt/DE)
299/ARP
Development of a genetic reporter system to study selenium-dependent
gene regulation and selenocysteine biosynthesis in Archaea
V. Quitzke, M. Rother (Dresden/DE)
300/ARP
Structure and function of SAM-dependent methyltransferase HcgC
involved in [Fe]-hydrogenase cofactor biosynthesis
L. Bai, T. Wagner, T. Fujishiro (Marburg/DE)
U. Ermler (Frankfurt a. M./DE), S. Shima (Marburg/DE)
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301/ARP
Characterization of the putative Radical SAM methyl transferases responsible for
the unique C-methylations of Gln and Arg in the methyl-coenzyme M reductase
D. Deobald (Leipzig/DE), M. Rother (Dresden/DE)
L. Adrian, G. Layer (Leipzig/DE)
302/ARP
Investigating the role of phosphatases in the archaellum regulatory network of
Sulfolobus acidocaldarius
X. Ye, S.-V. Albers (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
303/ARP
New interaction partner and iCLIP analysis of RNA substrates of the archaeal
exosome
S. Gauernack, J. Bathke, O. Roßbach, L. Hou, G. Klug
E. Evguenieva-Hackenberg (Giessen/DE)
304/ARP
The end is in sight – Identification of the Haloferax volcanii transcription
termination sites by dTermSeq
L.-K. Maier (Ulm/DE), S. J. Berkemer (Leipzig/DE)
F. Pfeiffer (Martinsried/DE), P. F. Stadler (Leipzig/DE)
A. Marchfelder (Ulm/DE)
305/ARP
Bacterial-like ABC-transporter for L-arabinose and D-xylose in S. acidocaldarius
N. J. H. van der Kolk, M. Wagner, A. Wagner
S.-V. Albers (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
306/ARP
Flagella of Methanocaldococcus villosus co-localize with a polar cap and play
a crucial role in surface colonization
A. Bellack (Regensburg/DE)
307/ARP
Requirement of the energy-converting methyltransferase MTR in
Methanosarcina acetivorans
C. Schöne, M. Rother (Dresden/DE)
308/ARP
Biofilm formation of Halobacterium salinarum R1
G. Losensky (Darmstadt/DE), K. Jung (Hanover/DE)
H. Urlaub (Goettingen/DE), F. Pfeifer (Darmstadt/DE)
C. Lenz, S. Fröls (Goettingen/DE)
309/ARP
Laboratory cultivation of acidophilic nanoorganisms – Physiological and
bioinformatic dissection of a stable laboratory co-culture
S. Krause (Karlsruhe/DE), A. Bremges (Karlsruhe, Braunschweig/DE)
P. C. Münch, A. C. McHardy (Braunschweig/DE), J. Gescher (Karlsruhe/DE)
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Cyanobacteria (FG CB)
310/CBP
Unexpected capacity for organic carbon assimilation by
Thermosynechococcus elongatus, a crucial photosynthetic model organism
Y. Zilliges, H. Dau (Berlin/DE)
311/CBP
Assessing the potential of formate assimilation in the cyanobacterial model
Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
M. Hagemann, S. Song, E.-M. Brouwer (Rostock/DE)
312/CBP
Identification of μ-proteins and non-coding RNAs in Cyanobacteria and
functional assignments to them
W. Hess, D. Baumgartner, M. Kopf, S. Klähn, C. Steglich (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
313/CBP
Cyanobacterial photosynthesis – from basic research to solar technology
M. Nowaczyk (Bochum/DE)
Diagnostic Microbiology (StAG DV)
314/DVP
Killing kinetics of a bacteriophage endolysin with anti-Staphylococcus aureus
activity
N. Schleimer, U. Kaspar, D. Knaack (Muenster/DE)
C. von Eiff (Muenster, Berlin/DE), A. S. Scherzinger, H. Grallert (Bernried/DE)
G. Peters, E. A. Idelevich, K. Becker (Muenster/DE)
315/DVP
Evaluation of the Carbapenem Inactivation Method (CIM) for the detection of
carbapenemase activity in Enterobacteriaceae in a routine laboratory
S. Engels-Schwarzlose, A. Gehnen, A. Helmers, A. Helmer
R. Geisel (Duesseldorf/DE), N. Pfennigwerth (Bochum/DE)
B. Thoma (Duesseldorf/DE)
316/DVP
Retrospective and prospective evaluation study for the simultaneous
detection of seven sexually transmitted pathogens
N. Wendt, J. Tittelbach, M.-O. Grimm, C. Scheungraber, B. Löffler, M. Baier
M. Karrasch (Jena/DE)
317/DVP
Isolation of single stranded DNA aptamers for therapeutic and diagnostic
applications
D. Kubiczek, N. Bodenberger, T. Oswald, A. Wittgens, F. Rosenau (Ulm/DE)
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318/DVP
Detection of Bacillus anthracis spores by Fluorescence in situ hybridization
R. Jeske, T. Sieper, H. von Buttlar, K. Aistleitner (Munich/DE)
319/DVP
In vivo biofilm-labelling for analyses of living pathogen populations
C. Krämer, A. Obermeier, R. Burgkart (Munich/DE)
320/DVP
The effect of involved Aspergillus species on galactomannan in
bronchoalveolar lavage of patients with invasive aspergillosis
M. Taghi Hedayati, M. T. Hedayati (Sari/IR)
M. Taghizadeh-Armaki (Sari, Babol/IR), V. Moqarabzadeh (Tehran/IR)
S. Ansari (Sari/IR), S. M. Omran (Babol/IR), H. Zarrinfar (Mashhad/IR)
S. Saber (Tehran/IR), P. Verweij (Nijmegen/NL)
D. Denning (Manchester/GB)
S. Seyedmousavi (Sari/IR; Nijmegen, Rotterdam/NL; Bethesda, MD/US)
321/DVP
Early and rapid detection of respiratory pathogens – a commercial multiplex
PCR assay in comparison with culture
D. Schmidt, J. Buer, P.-M. Rath, J. Steinmann (Essen/DE)
322/DVP
Preparation of new medium from plant materials for isolation and identification
of Acinetobacter spp.
N. Kazemi Pour, F. Rokhbakhsh Zamin (Kerman/IR)
B. A. Chopade (Aurangabad/IN)
323/DVP
324/DVP
325/DVP
Qualification of rtPCR assays for detection of selected pathogenic
microorganisms in a grass-silage biogas process
S. Prowe, K. Kelemen, F. Hannemann (Berlin/DE)
326/DVP
Virus detection by use of a novel label-free biosensor technology
D. Vollandt (Berlin/DE)
Growth limiting effects of biocides to Listeria monocytogenes
M. Szendy (Coburg/DE), A. Rödel, S. Al Dahouk, R. Dieckmann (Berlin/DE)
M. Noll (Coburg/DE)
New strategies for differential diagnosis of bacterial dermatoses via lateral flow
L. Kroschwald (Dresden/DE)
327/DVP
Development of a high-resolution melting analysis assay for rapid and
high-throughput identification of clinically important dermatophyte species
T. Shokohi (Sari/IR)
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Environmental Microbiology and Ecology (EE)
328/EEP
Biosynthesis of methylmenaquinone
S. Hein, O. Klimmek, J. Simon (Darmstadt/DE)
329/EEP
Growing on laughing gas as sole electron acceptor – the case of Wolinella
succinogenes
S. Hein, S. Witt, J. Simon (Darmstadt/DE)
330/EEP
Investigation of the different routes of nitrogen reduction in denitrification beds
as a function of carbon source and microbiome
V. Grießmeier (Karlsruhe/DE), A. Bremges, A. McHardy (Braunschweig/DE)
J. Gescher (Karlsruhe/DE)
331/EEP
Identification of the product of the 5,6,7,8-tetrahydro-2-naphthoyl-CoA
reductase
P. Weyrauch, I. Heker, R. U. Meckenstock (Essen/DE)
332/EEP
333/EEP
334/EEP
Quantification of Macrococcus caseolyticus in bioaerosols by Droplet Digital PCR
A. Grünberg, U. Jäckel (Berlin/DE)
335/EEP
MccA-dependent sulfite respiration in Wolinella succinogenes – the role of
MccC, MccD and MccL
J. Eller, J. Simon (Darmstadt/DE)
336/EEP
337/EEP
Isolation and characterization of some bacterial strains inhibiting several
human skin pathogens
H.-G. Song, D.-S. Lee (Chuncheon/KR)
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Detection and quantification of sulfate-reducing and polyaromatic
hydrocarbons-degrading bacteria using real-time quantitative PCR
W. Ismail (Mananma/BH), B. Nasser, M. Mohamed (Dhahran/SA)
R. Hamzah (Mananma/BH)
Chasing microorganisms involved in cryptic sulfate reduction in sediments of
a large pre-alpine lake, Lake Constance
J. Thiel, M. Pester (Konstanz/DE)
Degradation and production inhibition of aflatoxin B1 by some bacterial strains
isolated using Coumarin medium
H.-G. Song, H.-E. Lee (Chuncheon/KR)
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338/EEP
339/EEP
340/EEP
341/EEP
Investigation of recovery efficiencies in bioaerosol analyses with filtration
I. Schulze-Hessing, U. Jäckel (Berlin/DE)
Marine bacterial communities colonizing microplastic surfaces differ from
those colonizing natural particles
A. Franco, J. Reichert, M. Hardt, A. Arnold, P. Schubert, P. Kämpfer
T. Wilke, S. Glaeser (Giessen/DE)
Dilution-to-extinction cultivation of abundant bacteria colonizing the
phyllosphere of grassland exposed to elevated atmospheric CO2
O. Budich, E. L. Aydogan, L. Anweiler, M. Hardt, G. Moser (Giessen/DE)
C. Müller (Giessen/DE; Dublin/IE), P. Kämpfer, S. P. Gleaser (Giessen/DE)
Root-derived H2 drives methanogenesis in the rhizosphere of Carex sp.
A. Meier, H. L. Drake, S. Hunger (Bayreuth/DE)
342/EEP
343/EEP
344/EEP
345/EEP
A proteomic view at degradation of the synthetic sweetener saccharin by
Sphingobium xenophagum strain SKN
A. Fiedler, S. Oehler, D. Schleheck (Konstanz/DE)
346/EEP
347/EEP
Searching new extremophilic microbial model systems for space exploration
studies – Data from a large-scale transect study in the Atacama Desert
D. Boy (Hanover/DE), R. Godoy (Valdivia/CL)
G. Guggenberger (Hanover/DE), R. Moeller (Cologne/DE)
J. Boy (Hanover/DE)
Abstract has been withdrawn.
Fate of chitin in freshwater sediments
S. Wörner, M. Pester (Konstanz/DE)
Circum-neutral pH and low temperature define Candidatus Nitrotoga spp. As
competitive nitrite oxidizer
S. Wegen, E. Spieck (Hamburg/DE)
Survival of the NASA Mars Odyssey isolate Acinetobacter radioresistens
50v1 on different spaceflight relevant antimicrobial surfaces
M. Hoef-Emden, R. Moeller (Cologne/DE)
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348/EEP
Peptostreptococcaceae and Aeromonadaceae – Drivers of protein- and
RNA-based fermentation in gut contents of the earthworm Lumbricus
terrestris
L. Zeibich, O. Schmidt, H. L. Drake (Bayreuth/DE)
349/EEP
A high-throughput-approach for the cultivation of bacterial consortia from
eukaryotic hosts including a screening method for new antimicrobial
compounds
J.-O. Bartz, S. Glaeser, A. Subedi, J. B. Mvie, M. Gnerlich, P. Schubert
T. Wilke, C. Obermeier, R. Snowdon, P. Kämpfer (Giessen/DE)
350/EEP
Effect of surface degradation of high-density polyethylene for biofilm formation
M. Erdmann, U. Niebergall, M. Böhning, J. Sameith (Berlin/DE)
351/EEP
The impact of thermophile sulfate-reducing bacteria on serpentinization
reactions
S. Günther, E. Schwarzenbach, J. Sameith (Berlin/DE)
352/EEP
Dissemination of antibiotic resistant bacteria and antibiotic resistance proteins
in wastewater assessed by metaproteomic
D. Zühlke, V. Kulow (Greifswald/DE), D. Schneider (Goettingen/DE)
R. Daniel, K. Riedel (Greifswald/DE)
353/EEP
354/EEP
355/EEP
356/EEP
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Genome-based differential proteomic analysis of the marine, nutritionally
versatile, sulfate-reducing bacterium, Desulfosarcina variabilis DSM 2060
M. Dörries, L. Wöhlbrand, V. Schnaars, C. Hinrichs (Oldenburg/DE)
D. Thies (Bremen/DE), M. Kube (Waldsieversdorf/DE)
R. Reinhardt (Cologne/DE), R. Rabus (Oldenburg/DE)
Development of a bioelectrochemical system for the removal of ammonia
from wastewater
J. Heise, N. Heyer, R. U. Meckenstock, L. Steuernagel
M. Denecke (Essen/DE)
Crude oil degradation potential at elevated pressure by a Rhodococcus strain
isolated from the Gulf of Mexico
S. Hackbusch, J. Viamonte, N. Noirungsee, P. Bubenheim (Hamburg/DE)
X. Sun, J. Kostka (Atlanta, GA/US), A. Liese (Hamburg/DE)
Comparing microbial diversity in biogas and sewage treatment plants by 16S
amplicon sequencing
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357/EEP
358/EEP
Freshwater sponges – a yet unexplored resource for novel talented producers
T. Kohn, P. Rast, O. Jeske, B. Förster, A. Heuer, S. Wiegand
F. Surup (Braunschweig/DE), F. Brümmer, R.-W. Müller (Stuttgart/DE)
M. Stadler (Braunschweig/DE), C. Jogler (Nijmegen/NL)
M. Jogler (Braunschweig/DE)
359/EEP
Impact of moderate temperature changes on Neisseria meningitidis adhesive
phenotypes and proteome
M. Lappann (Wuerzburg/DE), A. Otto (Greifswald/DE)
M. Brauer (Wuerzburg/DE), D. Becher (Greifswald/DE), U. Vogel
K. Johswich (Wuerzburg/DE)
360/EEP
Partial genomes of uncultured Planctomycetal and Verrucomicrobial
Species from Kelp biofilm metagenomes
J. Vollmers, M. Frentrup, P. Rast, C. Jogler, A.-K. Kaster (Braunschweig/DE)
Tracking down patterns of long-distance electron transfer by filamentous
bacteria in flooded soils and groundwater sediments
C. Sachs, D. Kanaparthi, T. Lüders (Munich/DE)
361/EEPEngineering Pseudomonas putida KT2440 as biocatalyst for the conversion
of lignocellulose hydrolysates
Y. Wang (Ulm/DE), F. Horlamus, M. Henkel, R. Hausmann (Stuttgart/DE)
A. Wittgens, F. Rosenau (Ulm/DE)
362/EEP
Indo-Pacific corals under a climate change scenario – Impact of increased
water temperature and decreased pH on coral microbiomes
J. Schellenberg, S. Petrov, A. Franco, P. Schubert, P. Kämpfer, T. Wilke
S. P. Glaeser (Giessen/DE)
363/EEP
A third type of degradation of the plant sugar sulfoquinovose in Bacillus
aryabhattai strain SOS1
B. Frommeyer, A. Fiedler, S. Oehler, D. Schleheck (Konstanz/DE)
364/EEPHeme-b containing Lcp1VH2 of Gordonia polyisoprenivorans VH2
S. Oetermann, A. Steinbüchel (Muenster/DE)
365/EEP
Microbial degradation of Ibuprofen in the hyporheic zone of a lowland stream
C. R. Njeru (Bayreuth/DE), M. Posselt (Stockholm/SE)
M. A. Horn (Hanover/DE)
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366/EEP
367/EEP
368/EEP
Active microorganisms in oil reservoirs
M. Pannekens, A. Meier, R. U. Meckenstock (Essen/DE)
369/EEP
Magnitude and molecular characterization of multidrug-resistant
gram-negative bacteria from inanimate surfaces of a Tanzanian tertiary
hospital environment
N. Moremi, H. Claus, V. Silago, P. Kabage, U. Vogel
S. E. Mshana (Wuerzburg/DE)
370/EEP
371/EEP
372/EEP
373/EEP
374/EEP
375/EEP
Persistence of Salmonella in agricultural soil
J. Schierstaedt (Grossbeeren/DE), S. Jechalke (Giessen/DE)
R. Grosch (Großbeeren/DE), K. Smalla, A. Schikora (Braunschweig/DE)
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Thermophilic bacteria isolated from different environments and their ability to
cellulose degradation
L. Lipinska, M. Leszczewicz, K. Makowski, I. Kijewska, R. Wilczek
P. Komorowski, B. Walkowiak (Lodz/PL)
Effects of soil and organic matter stratification on soil microbiomes and their
potential to produce exo- and lipopolysaccharides
B. Cania (Neuherberg/DE), M. Krauss, A. Fliessbach (Frick/CH)
M. Schloter, S. Schulz (Neuherberg/DE)
A prominent spring bloom forming member of the class Flavobacteriia
represents a novel candidate genus closely related to Ulvibacter
T. Francis, K. Krüger, B. Fuchs, R. Amann (Bremen/DE)
Dining on iodine? – how biofilm microbes cope with iodine
L. A. Henning, C. Karwautz, T. Lueders (Neuherberg/DE)
Visualization of microbial life on marine sand grains
D. Probandt, T. Eickhorst, R. Amann, K. Knittel (Bremen/DE)
Influence of nitriles on bacterial communities
R. Egelkamp, T. Zimmermann, R. Hertel, R. Daniel (Goettingen/DE)
Microbial hotspots revoke subsoil effects on microbial community structure
and function
M. Fogt (Neuherberg/DE), M. Uksa (Stuttgart/DE)
D. Fischer (Seropédica/BR), T. Kautz (Bonn/DE)
M. Schloter (Neuherberg, Freising/DE), S. Schulz (Neuherberg/DE)
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376/EEP
Dilution culture experiments as a tool to determine the mortality factors of
bacterial clades in coastal waters off Helgoland
N. Heinzmann, B. Fuchs, R. Amann (Bremen/DE)
377/EEP
Fluorescent strains of Bacillus anthracis for microscopic tracking of infections
in amoeba and other protists
P. Braun, C. Kümpel (Munich/DE), C. Balzcun, P. Scheid (Koblenz/DE)
G. Grass (Munich/DE)
378/EEP
379/EEP
380/EEP
381/EEP
382/EEP
383/EEP
384/EEP
Sulfamethoxazole (SMX) assimilating microbial populations from pig farm soil
revealed by DNA/protein stable isotope probing and metagenomic analysis
W. Ouyang (Leipzig/DE), J. Su, Y. Zhu (Xiamen/CN), H. Richnow
L. Adrian (Leipzig/DE)
Heterologous production of long-chain rhamnolipids from Burkholderia
glumae in Pseudomonas putida
A. Wittgens (Ulm/DE), F. Weggenmann, M. Henkel
R. Hausmann (Stuttgart/DE), F. Rosenau (Ulm/DE)
Physical and material properties of Bacillus subtilis biofilms
S. Kesel (Munich/DE), S. Grumbein (Garching/DE), A. Götz (Munich/DE)
C. Falcon Garcia, O. Lieleg (Garching/DE), M. Opitz (Munich/DE)
Latex Clearing protein of Streptomyces sp. K30 (LcpK30) is a globin and
employs Lysine 167 as an unusual distal haem ligand
W. D. Röther (Stuttgart/DE), L. Ilcu, O. Einsle (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
D. Jendrossek (Stuttgart/DE)
Translating physics to microbiology – Spore resistance to terrestrial and
extraterrestrial extremes
R. Moeller (Cologne/DE)
Methanogenic biodegradation of crude oil storage tank sludge enhances
bio-corrosion of mild steel
C. Okoro (Abakaliki/NG)
Bentonite-geotechnical barrier and source for microbial life
N. Matschiavelli, J. Steglich, S. Kluge, A. Cherkouk (Dresden/DE)
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Impact of climate change on the diversity and abundance of bacteria living in
the phyllosphere of a permanent grassland
S. P. Glaeser, E. A. Aydogan, O. Budich, G. Moser, M. Hardt (Giessen/DE)
C. Müller (Giessen/DE; Dublin/IE), P. Kämpfer (Giessen/DE)
386/EEP
Biodegradation of industrially polluted soil matrix
C. O. Esuola (Freiberg/DE), J. Trögl (Ústí nad Labem/CZ)
M. Schlömann (Freiberg/DE), O. O. Babalola (Mmabatho/ZA)
D. Tischler (Freiberg/DE)
387/EEP
Elucidation of key players and major metabolic routes of toluene degradation
in a constructed wetland model system using molecular biological techniques
and in situ protein SIP
H. J. Heipieper, V. Lünsmann, U. Kappelmeyer, J. A. Müller
N. Jehmlich (Leipzig/DE)
388/EEP
Effect of rotor type and formamide concentration on the separation of isotope
labeled and unlabeled Escherichia coli RNA by isopycnic density ultracentrifugation
S. Weis, E. Herrmann (Villingen-Schwenningen/DE), C. U. Riedel (Ulm/DE)
W. Young (Palmerston North/NZ), S. Schnell (Giessen/DE)
M. Egert (Villingen-Schwenningen/DE)
389/EEP
Glycerol fed biofilms derived from wastewater – Electrochemical
characterisation and microbial composition
S. Thiel, B. Bunk, K. Huber, D. Jahn, J. Overmann, R. Biedendieck (Braunschweig/DE)
390/EEP
Treatment of cellulose-containing substrates by micromycetes and anaerobic
microbial communities.
L. Prokudina, E. Tsavkelova, A. Netrusov (Moscow/RU)
391/EEP
Are the mysterious dryland “Fairy Circles” the result of microbial
phytopathogenesis?
A. van der Walt, O. Reva, R. M. Johnson (Pretoria/ZA)
M. Seely (Johannesburg/ZA; Walvis Bay/NA), S. Pointing (Auckland/NZ)
D. Cowan, J.-B. Ramond (Pretoria/ZA)
392/EEP
Effect of antibiotics in the environment – Disturbances of plant-bacterial
endophyte interactions in soft rush, Juncus effusus, after repeated exposure
to sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim
M. Arslan (Leipzig/DE), M. Santoni (Leipzig/DE; Rome/IT)
A. Wiessner (Leipzig/DE), T. Neu (Magdeburg/DE), J. A. Müller (Leipzig/DE)
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First report of the Plant growth promoting Stentrophomonas maltophilia
IAUK1047 isolated from rhizospheric soil of a field in Kerman, Iran
F. Rokhbakhsh Zamin, N. Kazemi Pour, Z. Hadiyan (Kerman/IR)
394/EEP
Reduction of micro-organisms in combined sewer overflow by passage
through vertical-flow constructed wetlands (retention soil filters)
C. Schreiber, T. Kistemann (Bonn/DE), K. Tondera (Aachen/DE)
395/EEP
Metagenomics and FISH-CLEM visualization of marine sponge-associated
Chloroflexi
K. Bayer, B. Slaby, M. T. Jahn (Kiel/DE), L. M. Silva (Sydney/AU)
U. Hentschel (Kiel/DE)
396/EEP
397/EEP
398/EEP
399/EEP
Ethanol production from organic municipal solid waste using a novel enriched
complex microbial community.
P. Carrillo-Barragan, N. Gray, J. Dolfing, P. Sallis (Newcastle upon Tyne/GB)
Loss of cortactin facilitates the invasion of intestinal epithelial cells by
Salmonella enterica sv. Typhimurium
A. Felipe-López, T. Estrada-García (Mexico City/MX)
M. Hensel (Osnabrueck/DE), T. Stradal, K. Rottner (Braunschweig/DE)
M. Schnoor (Mexico City/MX)
Microbiological assessment of Burkholderia cepacia complex isolates from
industrial environment
A. Spielvogel (Berlin/DE)
Cable bacteria couple nitrate reduction to iron and sulfur cycles in anaerobic
enrichment culture
H. Müller (Munich/DE)
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Eukaryotic Pathogens (FG EK)
400/EKP
The peroxiredoxin Asp f3 protects Aspergillus fumigatus against external
superoxide
J. M. Boysen, B. Bardl, F. Hillmann (Jena/DE)
401/EKP
Lactobacilli prevent Candida albicans-mediated damage of intestinal cells in
an in vitro commensal model
A. Dräger, K. Graf, S. Mogavero, B. Hube (Jena/DE)
402/EKP
Studying the role of CgMIP1 in the evolution of Candida glabrata during
adaption to the human host
S. Siscar-Lewin, S. Brunke, B. Hube (Jena/DE)
403/EKP
Transcription factor Ahr1 regulates expression of ECE1 in Candida albicans
S. Ruben, R. Martin, O. Kurzai (Jena/DE)
404/EKP
Simultaneous acquisition of drug and antifungal peptide resistance in
Candida albicans by gain-of-function mutations in the zinc cluster transcription
factor Mrr1
I. Hampe (Wuerzburg/DE), J. Friedman, M. Edgerton (Buffalo, NY/US)
J. Morschhäuser (Wuerzburg/DE)
405/EKP
A.fumigatus infections – Strategies, metabolism and host immunity signalling
T. Dandekar (Wuerzburg/DE), S. Schuster (Jena/DE), M. Dittrich
J. Balkenhol (Wuerzburg/DE), S. Dühring (Jena/DE), M. Srivastava
C. Remmele, J. Löffler, K. Czakai, M. Kaltdorf (Wuerzburg/DE)
406/EKP
Interaction of Candida albicans and C. glabrata with oral and vaginal epithelial
cells in vitro
M. Pekmezovic, S. Mogavero, B. Hube (Jena/DE)
407/EKP
Incidence and Mechanism of Azole Resistance among Aspergillus fumigatus
in Germany
A. Barber (Jena/DE), I. Schliebner, H. Deising (Halle/Saale/DE)
O. Kurzai (Jena/DE)
408/EKP
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The tick-borne human pathogenic parasite Babesia in Ixodes ricinus ticks:
Clinical and serological outcome after a tick bite in North Europe
M. Lövmar, P. Wilhelmsson (Linkoeping/SE), H. Vedel Nielsen
K. Krogfelt (Copenhagen/DK), P. Forsberg, P.-E. Lindgren (Linkoeping/SE)
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409/EKP
Hypoxia influences the Candida albicans – enterocyte interaction
N. Engert, R. Mikolajczyk, E. Gressler, I. D. Jacobsen (Jena/DE)
410/EKP
411/EKP
The dual function of Candida albicans Ece1 during interaction with
macrophages – Damage, escape and activation of pro-inflammatory pathways
A. Franke, L. Kasper, S. Mogavero, B. Hube (Jena/DE)
The Snf1-activating kinase Sak1 is essential for metabolic adaptation and in vivo
fitness of Candida albicans
B. Ramirez-Zavala, A. Mottola, S. Schneider, J. Haubenreißer (Wuerzburg/DE)
S. Allert, S. Brunke, B. Hube (Jena/DE), K. Ohlsen
J. Morschhäuser (Wuerzburg/DE)
Fungal Biology (FB)
412/FBP
Investigation of protein interactions to elucidate the function of unknown
proteins in the human pathogenic fungus Aspergillus fumigatus
M. Nossmann, F. Hillmann, A. Brakhage, T. Munder (Jena/DE)
413/FBP
Pathogenic yeasts express virulence determinants to defend against
predation by the mycophagous amoeba Protostelium fungivorum
S. Novohradska (Jena/DE), R. Tóth (Szeged/HU), S. Brunke (Jena/DE)
A. Gáscer (Szeged/HU), G. Glöckner (Cologne, Berlin/DE), J. Linde
F. Hillmann (Jena/DE)
414/FBP
Analysis of the role of opsins in Alternaria alternata
C. Pinecker (Karlsruhe/DE), U. Terpitz (Wuerzburg/DE)
R. Fischer (Karlsruhe/DE)
415/FBP
Low-temperature plasma interaction with indoor fungi
C. Gehrmann-Janssen, K. Petersen (Hildesheim/DE)
416/FBP
Identification of the biological role of the RNA-binding protein Khd4 during
pathogenic development of the plant pathogen Ustilago maydis
J. Lee, C. Haag (Duesseldorf/DE), E. Vollmeister (Duesseldorf, Marburg/DE)
M. Feldbrügge (Duesseldorf/DE)
417/FBP
Proteomic studies on the degradation of DHN melanin, a fungal virulence
factor
A. Pschibul, T. Krüger, O. Kniemeyer, A. A. Brakhage (Jena/DE)
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418/FBP
The STRIPAK complex is essential for septation in the fungus Sordaria
macrospora
D. Radchenko, U. Kück (Bochum/DE)
419/FBP
Xylose-induceed production of enzymes with modified Aspergillus nidulans
strains
P. Ballmann, M. Müller, S. Dröge (Pirmasens/DE)
R. Prade (Stillwater, OK/US)
420/FBP
Virulence attributes in the interaction between Lichtheimia corymbifera and
alveolar macrophages
M. Abdelwahab Hassan, V. Schwartze, H. R. Park, B. Hanf (Jena/DE)
G. Nagy, Á. Csernetics, T. Papp (Szeged/HU), T. Krüger, Z. Cseresnyés
M. Thilo Figge, O. Kniemeyer, A. A. Brakhage, K. Voigt (Jena/DE)
421/FBP
Gene network reconstruction for Aspergillus niger based on transcriptomic
data for 155 different cultivation conditions
P. Schäpe, S. Lenz, B. M. Nitsche, V. Meyer (Berlin/DE)
422/FBP
The sole introduction of two single point mutations establishes glycerol
utilization in Saccharomyces cerevisiae CEN.PK derivatives
E. Nevoigt, P.-W. Ho, S. Swinnen (Bremen/DE), J. Duitama (Bogotá/CO)
Free Topics (FT)
423/FTP
Radiosensitizing effects upon Streptococcus pyogenes arginine deiminase
based therapy of glioblastoma multiforme
C. Maletzki, Y. Rosche, A. Scholz, M. Linnebacher, B. Kreikemeyer
T. Fiedler (Rostock/DE)
424/FTP
Heterogeneity in dual flagellar systems
A. Pecina, K. Thormann (Giessen/DE)
425/FTP
Innovative composite shoe components for diabetics
M. Würtz, A. Burkhardt-Karrenbrock (Pirmasens/DE)
426/FTP
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Human hemofiltrate – A suitable source for antimicrobial peptides against
Clostridium difficile?
C. Esser, S. Ludger (Ulm/DE), A. Rodriguez, B. Schiel-Bengelsdorf
S. Weitz, P. Dürre (Ulm/DE)
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427/FTP
“CREDIBLE“ – A Cre-mediated double reporter system to study penetration
of physiological barriers by cell-penetrating effector proteins
M.-L. Lubos, T. Danyukova, B. Skryabin, C. Geyer, M. A. Schmidt
C. Rüter (Muenster/DE)
428/FTP
Development of a toolkit for genetic manipulation of the acetogenic bacterium
Clostridium aceticum
M. Karl, P. Dürre (Ulm/DE)
429/FTP
Anaerobic degradation of aniline by Desulfatiglans anilini DSM4660
X. Xie, N. Mueller, B. Schink (Konstanz/DE)
430/FTP
Acetate activation in Thermacetogenium phaeum during syntrophic acetate
oxidation
A. Keller, N. Müller, B. Schink (Konstanz/DE)
431/FTP
Characterization of ExeM, an active extracellular nuclease required
for biofilm formation of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1
M. Kreienbaum, L. Binnenkade, K. Thormann (Giessen/DE)
432/FTP
433/FTP
434/FTP
435/FTP
Discovery of a species-spanning family of bacteria-derived cell-penetrating
effector proteins
S. Norkowski, M.-L. Lubos, M. A. Schmidt, C. Rüter (Muenster/DE)
436/FTP
437/FTP
Biofilm formation of Clostridium acetobutylicum is enhanced by oxidative stress
F. Poosch, H. Bahl, K. Kriebel (Rostock/DE)
New laccases from Bacillus species – Evaluation of secretory production
S. Jansen, S. Jossek, J. Bongaerts, S. Petra (Juelich/DE)
Phenotypical effects in Danio rerio by the novel heme chaperon RSAD1
K. Müller, D. Jahn, M. Jahn, S. Karrie, V. Haskamp (Braunschweig/DE)
A new sactipeptide produced by Staphylococcus spec
K. Kehl, M. Müllender, C. Szekat, M. Josten, G. Bierbaum (Bonn/DE)
Novel pathway for fermentation of 2,3-dihydroxypropane-1-sulfonate (DHPS)
to acetate and hydrogen sulfide in Desulfovibrio sp. strain DHPS1
A. Burrichter, K. Denger, D. Schleheck (Konstanz/DE)
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438/FTP
Introducing PhyreBug – A novel genome browser for protein evaluation based
on predicted structural homology by Phyre2
J. Poppe, J. Reichelt, W. Blankenfeldt (Braunschweig/DE)
439/FTP
Diversity of subtilisins derived from the hydrolytic phase of a biogas process
and comparison to other novel subtilisins
D. Fischer, L. Voss, S. Decker, I. Kuperjans, S. Jossek, J. Bongaerts
P. Siegert (Juelich/DE)
440/FTP
Biosynthesis of putative cell wall glycopolymers in Streptomyces coelicolor
A3(2)
N. Steblau, S. Sigle, W. Wohlleben, G. Muth (Tuebingen/DE)
441/FTP
Raw milk – A reservoir for uncommon dairy bacteriophages
E. Brinks, N. Wagner, H. Neve, C. M. A. P. Franz (Kiel/DE)
442/FTP
Straightforward purification of anammox proteins from granular sludge
M. Akram, A. Dietl, T. R. M. Barends (Heidelberg/DE)
443/FTP
444/FTP
445/FTP
Lactate – Acetate co-fermentation in Clostridia
N. Müller (Konstanz/DE), S. Röther, K. Porsch (Leipzig/DE)
446/FTP
447/FTP
448/FTP
A simple, rapid and cost-effective process for production of latex clearing
protein to produce oligopolyisoprene molecules
R. Andler, A. Steinbüchel (Muenster/DE)
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Precision-Cut Lung Slices (PCLS) as an ex-vivo model for respiratory
infections in cattle and goats caused by Mycoplasma species
Y. B. Weldearegay, R. Brehm, A. Kostka, N. Rüger, A. Schulze
P. Valentin-Weigand, J. Meens (Hanover/DE)
Fermentation of an oxidized sugar by Anaerobium acetethylicum – Evidence
for the involvement of a modified Entner-Doudoroff pathway
Y. Patil, M. Junghare, N. Mueller (Konstanz/DE)
Prevalence of antibiotic-resistant water-borne pathogens in two Bavarian rivers
D. Calomfirescu (Oberschleissheim/DE)
de.NBI - German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure
D. Wibberg (Bielefeld/DE)
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Gastrointestinal Infections (GI)
449/GIP
An acid-responsive ArsZ sRNA modulates Helicobacter pylori urease activity
at low pH through regulation of a histidine-rich nickel-binding protein
H. S. Tan, D. Beier, C. Sharma (Wuerzburg/DE)
450/GIP
451/GIP
Calprotectin and its bactericidal effect on Vibrio cholerae
C. Toulouse, J. Krzistetzko (Stuttgart/DE), G. Fritz (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
J. Steuber (Stuttgart/DE)
Abstract has been withdrawn.
452/GIP
Contamination of ready-to-eat salads with Clostridium difficile
S. Maurischat, A. Hanuschik, H. Wichmann-Schauer (Berlin/DE)
453/GIP
Actives identification of small compounds for metabolic and motility inhibition
of Helicobacter pylori
C. Josenhans (Hanover/DE), N. Coombs, D. Pscheniza, F. Banović, E. Gripp
I. Riedel, U. Bilitewski, M. Brönstrup, S. Suerbaum (Hanover/DE)
454/GIP
Horizontal gene transfer of Integrating Conjugative Element ICEHptfs4 in
Helicobacter pylori
W. Fischer, C. Spicher, E. Weiss, R. Haas (Munich/DE)
455/GIP
Linkage of chitinase production by Listeria monocytogenes with disease
outcome of listeriosis in humans
S. Halbedel, S. Banerji, R. Prager (Wernigerode/DE)
J. Rismondo (Wernigerode/DE; London/GB), E. Trost (Wernigerode/DE)
G. Alles (Paderborn/DE), W. Ruppitsch (Vienna/AT), S. Kleta (Berlin/DE)
C. Hölzel (Munich/DE), F. Schlesiger (Detmold/DE)
A. Flieger (Wernigerode/DE)
456/GIP
L-glutamine is an important mediator of growth and virulence in Salmonella
enterica
P. Auraß, J. Düvel, S. Karste (Wernigerode/DE)
U. Nübel (Braunschweig/DE), W. Rabsch, A. Flieger (Wernigerode/DE)
457/GIP
Phenotypic diversity of clinical Clostridium difficile isolates
D. Wetzel, P. Plorin, O. Zimmermann (Goettingen/DE), M. Rupnik (Maribor/SI)
L. von Müller (Homburg/Saar/DE), K. Gunka, U. Groß (Goettingen/DE)
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458/GIP
A nickel-regulated small RNA represses expression of multiple major
virulence factors in Helicobacter pylori
S. Eisenbart, M. Alzheimer, S. Pernitzsch, S. Stahl (Wuerzburg/DE)
R. Haas (Munich/DE), C. Sharma (Wuerzburg/DE)
459/GIP
Identification and characterization of pseudouridine in RNAs of the human
pathogen Campylobacter jejuni
E. Fiore, G. Dugar, H. S. Tan, T. Bischler, C. Sharma (Wuerzburg/DE)
460/GIP
461/GIP
CagA and VacA genotypes in peptic ulcer disease and non-ulcer dyspepsia
in Iran
H. R. Baradaran, H. Fakhre Yaseri, K. Soltani- Arabshahi
M. Shekaraby (Tehran/IR)
Primary resistance to clarithromycin is still low in Helicobacter pylori
B. Bluemel, H. Goelz, B. Eisele (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
E. Glocker (Freiburg i. Br., Brandenburg/Havel/DE)
462/GIP
Large-scale screen for identification of Campylobacter jejuni fitness
determinants promoting host colonization
B. Gao (New Haven, CT/US), H. Vorwerk (Hanover/DE)
C. Huber (Garching/DE), M. Lara-Tejero (New Haven, CT/US)
J. Mohr (Hanover/DE), A. L. Goodman (New Haven, CT/US)
W. Eisenreich (Garching/DE), J. E. Galán (New Haven, CT/US)
D. Hofreuter (Hanover/DE)
463/GIP
The anti-inflammatory drug mesalamine targets bacterial polyphosphate
accumulation
J.-U. Dahl (Michigan, MI/US)
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General Metabolism (GMB)
464/GMBP
Spatiotemporal assembly and function of the modular formate
hydrogenlyase complex
P. Skorupa, U. Lindenstrauß, C. Pinske (Halle/Saale/DE)
465/GMBP
TsdC, a unique lipoprotein from Wolinella succinogenes that enhances
tetrathionate reductase activity of TsdA
J. Kurth, A. Schuster, W. Seel, S. Herresthal (Bonn/DE)
J. Simon (Darmstadt/DE), C. Dahl (Bonn/DE)
466/GMBP
Isolation of chlorate-resistance mutants identifies new genes involved in
Streptomyces nitrate reduction
M. Weidt, C. Naujoks, E. Zahn, G. Sawers, M. Fischer (Halle/Saale/DE)
467/GMBP
Proteome-based new insights into dissimilatory sulfur metabolism of
Hyphomicrobium denitrificans
T. Koch, C. Dahl (Bonn/DE)
468/GMBP
A hydrogen-oxidizing, organohalide-reducing respiratory complex in
Dehalococcoides mccartyi
N. Krumova, S. Hartwig, K. Nutschan, G. Sawers (Halle/Saale/DE)
469/GMBP
New insights into cAMP dependent regulation in Corynebacterium glutamicum
J. Schulte, N. Wolf, M. Baumgart, M. Bott (Juelich/DE)
470/GMBP
Electron transfer from bifurcating Etf to butyryl-CoA dehydrogenase in the
complex from Clostridium difficile
J. K. Demmer (Frankfurt a. M./DE), N. P. Chowdhury (Marburg/DE)
U. Ermler (Frankfurt a. M./DE), T. Selmer (Aachen/DE)
W. Buckel (Marburg/DE)
471/GMBP
RNA-sequencing reveals selective adaptation of Streptococcus suis to
porcine blood and cerebrospinal fluid
A. Koczula (Hanover/DE), M. Jarek (Braunschweig/DE), C. Visscher
P. Valentin-Weigand, R. Goethe, J. Willenborg (Hanover/DE)
472/GMBP
New insights into the energy conserving system of Methanomassiliicoccus
luminyensis prove the possibility of ferredoxin oxidation by the “headless”
Fpo complex
L. Kröninger, A. C. Böhringer, U. Deppenmeier (Bonn/DE)
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473/GMBP
A sulfur oxygenase from the haloalkaliphilic bacterium Thioalkalivibrio
paradoxus with atypically low reductase activity
P. Rühl, U. Pöll, J. Braun, A. Klingl, A. Kletzin (Darmstadt/DE)
474/GMBP
Insights into the central energy metabolism of the important human gut
microbe Prevotella copri
T. Franke, A. Augsburg, L. Garschagen, U. Deppenmeier (Bonn/DE)
475/GMBP
New insights into the essential role of DsrL during sulfur oxidation in
Allochromatium vinosum
M. I. Löffler, J. Feldhues (Bonn/DE), S. S. Venceslau, A. A. Santos
I. A. C. Pereira (Oeiras/PT), C. Dahl (Bonn/DE)
476/GMBP
Heme ligation and redox chemistry in Thiosulfate Dehydrogenase (TsdA)
enyzmes
L. Jenner (Norwich/GB), J. Kurth, S. van Helmont, C. Dahl (Bonn/DE)
J. Butt, M. Cheesman, J. Bradley (Norwich/GB)
477/GMBP
A novel bipartite Cupredoxin from the Anammox bacterium Kuenenia
stuttgartiensis
A. Dietl (Heidelberg/DE), N. M. de Almeida, J. T. Keltjens (Nijmegen/NL)
M. S. M. Jetten (Nijmegen, Delft/NL), B. Kartal (Nijmegen/NL; Bremen/DE)
T. R. M. Barends (Heidelberg/DE)
478/GMBP
The role of polyamines in growth of avian pathogenic Escherichia coli.
P. Guerra, A. Herrero-Fresno, J. Elmerdahl Olsen (Copenhagen/DK)
479/GMBP
Structure and function of class II benzoyl-CoA reductase of anaerobic
G. metallireducens
S. G. Huwiler, C. S. Seelmann, C. Löffler
S. E. L. Anselmann (Freiburg i. Br./DE), W. Tobias (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
B. Till (Freiburg i. Br./DE), H.-J. Stärk (Leizpig/DE)
U. Ermler (Frankfurt a. M./DE), M. Boll (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
480/GMBP
Molecular basis of polyamine and ethanolamine utilization in Streptomyces
coelicolor
S. Krysenko, N. Okoniewski, A. Kulik, A. Matthews, J. Grimpo
W. Wohlleben, A. Bera (Tuebingen/DE)
481/GMBP
Biochemical characterization of the putative heme chaperone HemW
T. M. Mingers, V. Haskamp, K. Müller, M. Jahn, D. Jahn (Braunschweig/DE)
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482/GMBP
Impact of branched-chain amino acid catabolism on fatty acid and
hydrocarbon composition of Micrococcus luteus
M. Surger, A. Angelov, P. Stier, M. Übelacker, W. Liebl (Freising/DE)
483/GMBP
Pathometabolism of intracellular bacteria – the power and limits of
isotopologue profiling
W. Eisenreich, C. Huber, I. Häuslein (Garching/DE)
484/GMBP
Conversion of cysteine to 3‑mercaptopyruvic acid by bacterial
aminotransferases
C. Andreeßen, V. Gerlt, A. Steinbüchel (Muenster/DE)
485/GMBP
Effect of NaCl concentration and amino acid supplementation on the growth
of Clostridium acetobutylicum
M. Lehmann, H. Bahl, R.-J. Fischer (Rostock/DE)
486/GMBP
Identification of assembly factors for the cytochrome bc1-aa3 supercomplex in
Corynebacterium glutamicum
X. Schuplezow, C. Davoudi, M. Brocker, M. Baumgart, M. Bott (Juelich/DE)
487/GMBP
The role of Pseudomonas aeruginosa clone C-specific genomic island-1
(PACGI-1) in protein quality control and heat tolerance
C. Lee, S. M. Kamal, H. Kim (Stockholm/SE), H. Lünsdorf, M. Nimtz
L. Jänsch (Braunschweig/DE), U. Curth (Hanover/DE), B. Bukau
A. Mogk (Heidelberg/DE), U. Römling (Stockholm/SE)
Genomics and Metagenomics (GMG)
488/GMGP Comparative analysis of genome properties and mechanisms of niche
adaptation within the marine Octadecabacter genus
F. Lenk (Goettingen/DE), R. Daniel, A. Leimbach (Muenster/DE)
J. Vollmers (Braunschweig/DE)
489/GMGP Identification of three novel metagenomic-derived lipolytic enzymes from
Azorean hot springs
P. Busch, U. Lorenz, S. Elleuche, G. Antranikian (Hamburg/DE)
490/GMGP Combining metagenomic with compositional analysis to elucidate the
complex microbiome of an anaerobic digester
D. Taraba, F. Bonk, D. Popp, H. Harms, F. Centler (Leipzig/DE)
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491/GMGP E. coli functional genotyping: predicting phenotypic traits from whole genome
sequences
L. Hauben, D. De Coninck, K. Vranckx, K. De Bruyne (Sint-Martens-Latem/BE)
492/GMGP Genomic analyses of Francisella tularensis subsp. holarctica strain 08T0073
isolated from a wild European hare
A. Busch, H. Tomaso (Jena/DE)
493/GMGP
494/GMGP
Impact of database choice on taxonomic assignment results of 16S rRNA
amplicon sequencing data
D. Popp, D. Taraba, F. Bonk, F. Centler (Leipzig/DE)
495/GMGP
Reliable indel detection from short read bacterial genome sequencing data
M. Steglich, U. Nübel (Braunschweig/DE)
Characterization of a novel metagenome-derived ß-glucanase with an
unusual module architecture
A. Angelov, V. T. T. Pham (Freising/DE), S. Brady (Goettingen/DE), B. Leis
M. Mörch, W. Liebl (Freising/DE)
496/GMGP Genome characterisation of mcr-1 harbouring E. coli from livestock and food
J. A. Hammerl, A. Irrgang, M. Grobbel, B.-A. Tenhagen, S. Schmoger
T. Skladnikiewicz-Ziemer, K. Thomas, B. Lesniewsky, N. Dinse
A. Kaesbohrer (Berlin/DE)
497/GMGP Analysis of the host-pathogen interaction between Staphylococcus aureus
and human HBE cells by dual RNA-Seq
K. Förstner (Wuerzburg/DE), H. Pförtner (Greifswald/DE)
A. Westermann (Wuerzburg/DE), U. Mäder, U. Völker (Greifswald/DE)
J. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
498/GMGP Genomic adaptation of Subtercola sp. strain DB165 to its harsh environment
in Llullaillaco Lake
A. Villalobos, J. Wiese, H. Horn (Kiel/DE), P. Aguilar
C. Dorador (Antofagasta/CL), U. Hentschel-Humeida, J. F. Imhoff (Kiel/DE)
499/GMGP Production of coral derived Seco-Pseudopterosin derivatives in an
engineered E. coli strain
M. Reinbold, T. Brück (Garching/DE)
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500/GMGPA Clostridioides difficile bacteriophage genome encodes binary
toxin-associated genes
T. Riedel, J. Wittmann, B. Bunk, I. Schober, C. Spröer, B. Abt, S. Gronow
J. Overmann (Braunschweig/DE)
501/GMGP
Resistance phenotype prediction of clinical Pseudomonas aeruginosa
isolates based on molecular markers combined with genotype-phenotype
correlations via an interactive database (Bactome)
A. Khaledi, M. Schniederjans, A. Weimann, A. McHardy, K. Hornischer
S. Häußler (Braunschweig/DE)
502/GMGP Complete genome sequence of thermophilic xylan-degrading strain Thermus
brockianus GE-1
C. Schäfers, S. Blank, S. Wiebusch, S. Elleuche, G. Antranikian (Hamburg/DE)
503/GMGP
504/GMGP
505/GMGP
506/GMGP
The cystic fibrosis upper and lower airways microbial metagenome of patients
with cystic fibrosis or immune deficiency
K. Pienkowska, P. Moran Losada, S. Fischer, R. Hyde, S. Hedtfeld, M. Dorda
U. Baumann, L. Wiehlmann, B. Tümmler (Hanover/DE)
Comparative genomics of organohalide-respiring bacteria suggest the
presence of four different organohalide-respiratory chains
T. Goris (Jena/DE)
Dynamics of Mycobacterium tuberculosis pyrazinamide resistance – Effect of
lineage specific mutations
R. Baddam (Berlin/DE), N. Kumar (Cambridge/GB), L. H. Wieler (Berlin/DE)
A. K. Lankapalli (Jena/DE; Hyderabad/IN), N. Ahmed (Hyderabad/IN)
T. Semmler (Berlin/DE)
Comparative genomics of the global gastric diversity of Helicobacter pylori
F. Ailloud (Munich/DE), S. Woltemate, F. Kops, B. Brenneke (Hanover/DE)
X. Didelot (London/GB), B. Bunk, C. Spröer, J. Overmann (Braunschweig/DE)
C. Schulz, P. Malfertheiner (Magdeburg/DE), S. Suerbaum (Munich/DE)
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Gene Regulation and Non-coding RNA (GR)
507/GRP
The involvement of the antisense RNA RSaspufL in regulated formation of
photosynthesis complexes in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
C. Reuscher, G. Klug (Giessen/DE)
508/GRP
Differential regulation of Nar2 between mycelium and spores in Streptomyces
coelicolor
D. Falke, M. Fischer, T. Damelang, P. Hase, G. Sawers (Halle/Saale/DE)
509/GRP
RNase E and RNase J are needed for S-adenosylmethionine homeostasis in
Sinorhizobium meliloti
H. Melior (Giessen/DE)
510/GRP
511/GRP
512/GRP
513/GRP
514/GRP
515/GRP
The 1232 nt long non-coding RNA SSR42 regulates virulence in
Staphylococcus aureus on a transcriptional level
J. Horn, M. Klepsch (Wuerzburg/DE), B. Huettel, R. Reinhardt (Cologne/DE)
T. Rudel, M. Fraunholz (Wuerzburg/DE)
A high-resolution genome annotation of Staphylococcus aureus HG003
and functional analysis of newly detected sRNAs
S.-H. Yu, P. Tanwer, M. Sharan, M. Sauer (Wuerzburg/DE)
C. Schuster (Tuebingen/DE; London/GB), A. Smirnov (Wuerzburg/DE)
A. Herbig (Tuebingen/DE), R. Bertram (Tuebingen, Nuremberg/DE)
K. Nieselt (Tuebingen/DE), K. Förstner, J. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
Complex transcriptional regulation of the isc-suf-operon in Rhodobacter
sphaeroides – How complex is complex?
K. Werler, B. Remes, G. Klug (Giessen/DE)
Translational coupling via termination/reinitiation in Haloferax volcanii
S. Laaß, E. Kolbe, C. Wehrheim, J. Soppa (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
Translational coupling via termination/reinitiation in Escherichia coli
M. Huber, K. Vogtmann, S. Laaß, J. Soppa (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
Systems-level modelling of the bacitracin resistance network in Bacillus
subtilis rationalizes interdependence between resistance modules
H. Piepenbreier, G. Fritz (Marburg/DE)
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516/GRP
517/GRP
Transcriptional activity of rDNA promoters in Corynebacterium glutamicum
T. Hahn, J. Schöferle, S. Weinmann (Ulm/DE), M. Ruwe (Bielefeld/DE)
B. Eikmanns (Ulm/DE), J. Kalinowski (Bielefeld/DE)
518/GRP
A special role for acetate kinase AckA in the regulation of CiaR activity in the
absence of the cognate kinase CiaH
A. Sexauer, R. Brückner (Kaiserslautern/DE)
A RisA-dependent small regulatory RNA is involved in glutamate uptake in
Bordetella pertussis
K. Keidel (Prague/CZ), F. Amman (Vienna/AT), I. Bibova, J. Capek
A. Jain (Prague/CZ), D. Hot (Lille/FR), B. Vecerek (Prague/CZ)
519/GRP
Regulation of rdh gene transcription in Dehalococcoides mccartyi by MarR
and two-component system regulators
F. Greiner-Haas, L. Krasper, C. Blumenscheit, U. Lechner (Halle/Saale/DE)
520/GRP
Functional analysis of the YycH and YycI proteins in Staphylococcus aureus
M. Gajdiss, J. Kienemund, G. Bierbaum (Bonn/DE)
521/GRP
RNA-mediated thermoregulation of the cytotoxic necrotizing factor (CNFY)
from Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
C. Twittenhoff, F. Righetti (Bochum/DE), A. Nuss (Braunschweig/DE), S. Will
P. Stadler (Leipzig/DE), P. Dersch (Braunschweig/DE)
F. Narberhaus (Bochum/DE)
522/GRP
Phenotypic heterogeneity in Photorhabdus luminescens cell populations:
A “bet-hedging” strategy?
S. Eckstein, A. Langer, R. Heermann (Martinsried, Munich/DE)
523/GRP
What triggers transcriptional regulation of organohalide respiration in
Sulfurospirillum ssp.?
J. Esken, T. Goris, T. Schubert, G. Diekert (Jena/DE)
524/GRP
PerR-mediated response of Clostridium difficile
A.-M. Michel, M. Berges, D. Jahn (Braunschweig/DE)
525/GRP
Regulation of methionine biosynthesis in Staphylococcus aureus – Impact of
T-box riboswitch-mediated transcription control and RNA stability
F. Wencker, S. Schoenfelder, W. Ziebuhr (Wuerzburg/DE)
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526/GRP
The role of the light-oxygen-voltage (LOV)-histidine kinase Dshi_1135 for
regulation of the bacteriochlorophyll a biosynthesis in Dinoroseobacter shibae
M. Becker, S. Heyber, E. Härtig, D. Jahn (Braunschweig/DE)
527/GRP
Combination of dRNA-seq and RIP-seq identifies two novel Hfq-dependent
sRNAs in Neisseria meningitidis regulating the expression of a putative
colonization factor
S. Bauriedl, N. Heidrich, C. Schoen, J. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
528/GRP
Discovery of RNA-protein complexes by Grad-seq
J. Hör, K. Förstner, J. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
529/GRP
The impact of RelP, RelQ and the functional domains of RSH on the stringent
response in Staphylococcus aureus.
P. Horvatek, F. Gratani, C. Wolz (Tuebingen/DE)
530/GRP
Automated expansion of the extracytoplasmic function (ECF)
σ factor protein family
D. Casas Pastor (Marburg/DE), A. Goesmann (Giessen/DE)
G. Fritz (Marburg/DE)
531/GRP
Role of the stringent response for biofilm formation in Staphylococcus aureus
C. Kästle, B. Kästle, D. Keinhörster, S. George, P. Horvatek
C. Wolz (Tuebingen/DE)
532/GRP
Identification of contact sites between alternative σ factors and their
anti-σ factors
A. Diehl, S. Vecchione, D. Casas-Pastor, G. Fritz (Marburg/DE)
533/GRP
The function of the ExxN phosphatase motif of the C4-dicarboxylate sensor
kinase DcuS of Escherichia coli in signal transduction
S. Gencheva, G. Unden (Mainz/DE)
534/GRP
Quorum quenching of Photorhabdus spec. cell-cell-communication by
Xenorhabdus szentirmaii
J. Brehm, S. Brameyer, R. Heermann (Munich/DE)
H. B. Bode (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
535/GRPThe Acinetobacter DNA-(adenine N6)-methyltransferase AamA:
an epigenetic regulator
U. Blaschke, B. Suwono, E. Skiebe, S. Fuchs, G. Wilharm (Wernigerode/DE)
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536/GRP
Comparative expression of Iron Super Oxide Dismutases (FeSOD A/ B)
genes in sensitive and resistant field isolates of L. tropica to meglumine
antimoniate using Real-Time RT-PCR
H. Hajjaran, E. Kazemi-Rad, M. Mohebali, R. Raoofian
M. A. Oshaghi (Tehran/IR)
537/GRP
tRNA modifications in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
S. Grobe, S. Doberenz (Hanover/DE), M. Schniederjans (Braunschweig/DE)
V. Kaever (Hanover/DE), S. Häußler (Braunschweig, Hanover/DE)
538/GRP
Studying extracellular Phr-peptide signaling in Bacillus subtilis by FRET
H. Babel, V. Sourkjik (Marburg/DE), I. B. Bischofs (Marburg, Heidelberg/DE)
539/GRP
Investigating the effect of a cis-regulatory element on the glycine-dependent
regulation of a putative amino acid symporter gene in Streptococcus
pyogenes
A. Khani, N. Popp, R. Pappesch, B. Kreikemeyer, N. Patenge (Rostock/DE)
540/GRP
Functional characterization of a processed antisense sRNA pair of the
food-borne pathogen Campylobacter jejuni
S. Svensson, M. Alzheimer, G. Dugar, C. Sharma (Wuerzburg/DE)
541/GRP
Salmonella promotes infection by decreasing host cell E2F1 expression
C. Aguilar, C. Maudet, A. Eulalio (Wuerzburg/DE)
542/GRP
Integrated network of different sigma factors, two-component systems and
non-coding RNAs that regulate transcription of the rpoE gene encoding ECF
sigma factor in Escherichia coli in response to different signals
G. Klein, A. Stupak, P. Wojtkiewicz, D. Biernacka, S. Raina (Gdansk/PL)
543/GRP
Regulation of LPS composition, biosynthesis and critical checkpoints in its
assembly by non-coding regulatory RNAs
S. Raina, G. Klein (Gdansk/PL)
544/GRP
Identification of a [3Fe‑4S]1+ cofactor and functional analysis of the iron
responsive regulator RirA from Dinoroseobacter shibae
M. Behringer, E. Härtig, D. Jahn (Braunschweig/DE)
545/GRP
Machine learning for cross-species RNA-protein interaction prediction
B. Beckmann, A. Bressin, D. Figini, A. Marsico (Berlin/DE)
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546/GRP
The biological relevance of virulence gene-associated antisense RNAs in
enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O104:H4
P. Berger, N. Haarmann (Muenster/DE), K. Förstner
J. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE), H. Karch, A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
547/GRP
Characterization of Salmonella small RNA PinT using MAPS
S. Santos (Wuerzburg/DE)
548/GRP
CLIP-seq laid the foundation for the molecular characterization of the
virulence related proteins, CspC and CspE, in Salmonella
G. Matera (Wuerzburg/DE)
General and Hospital Hygiene (StAG HY)
549/HYP
Understanding the molecular mechanisms involved in the spore inactivation
by plasma sterilization
M. Raguse (Cologne/DE), M. Fiebrandt, K. Stapelmann
P. Awakowicz (Bochum/DE), P. Eaton (Porto/PT)
P. Eichenberger (New York, NY/US), T. Douki (Grenoble/FR)
R. Moeller (Cologne/DE)
550/HYP
Development of a site-specific bioluminescence-based test system for in
vivo evaluation of antimicrobial coatings
M. Czieborowski, L. Kauling, B. Philipp (Muenster/DE)
551/HYP
Outbreak – The management game for fighting infectious diseases
J. Rasch, S. Böhme, N. Janßen, K. Schaab, A. Klages, S. Pulst
C. Herrmann, M. Steinert (Braunschweig/DE)
552/HYP
Evaluation of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy for typing of
clinical Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates
A. Dinkelacker (Tuebingen/DE), J. Rau (Fellbach/DE)
N. Mauder (Bremen/DE), J. Liese (Tuebingen/DE)
553/HYP
Assessment of compatibility of microbial barrier properties of packaging
material of terminally sterilized products with the airborne microbial challenge
during the storage period
H. Dunkelberg (Bad Sooden-Allendorf/DE)
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Membranes and Transport (MT)
554/MTP
Interplay of gold and copper resistance in Cupriavidus metallidurans
L. Bauer, N. Wiesemann, M. Herzberg (Halle/Saale/DE), M. Altzschner
A. Holleitner (Garching/DE), G. Hause, L. Berthold, D. Dobritzsch
S. Baginsky (Halle/Saale/DE), F. Reith (Adelaide/AU), D. H. Nies (Halle/Saale/DE)
555/MTP
Phosphotransferase systems (PTS) form distinct cluster in the membrane of
Corynebacterium glutamicum
G. Benevides Martins, M. Bramkamp (Planegg-Martinsried, Munich/DE)
556/MTP
Molecular basis of membrane potential-generating system in Staphyloccous
aureus
S.-H. Fan, S. Reichert, F. Goetz (Tuebingen/DE)
557/MTP
Biological role of outer membrane vesicle (OMV)-associated small proteins
derived from the phytopathogen Agrobacterium tumefaciens
L. R. Knoke, K. Götz, S. Schäkermann, J. Bandow, M. Aktas (Bochum/DE)
558/MTP
Establishment of monoclonal antibodies against capsule polymerases of
Escherichia coli K1 and Neisseria meningitidis serogroups C and Y
S. Manig, H. Claus, U. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
559/MTP
Key players of a type IV secretion system mediating antibiotic resistance
spread among enterococci and staphylococci
I. Probst (Freiburg i. Br./DE), V. Kohler (Graz/AT)
C. Faller (Freiburg i. Br./DE), C. Fercher (Graz/AT)
N. Goessweiner-Mohr (Hamburg/DE; Vienna/AT)
G. Koraimann, W. Keller (Graz/AT), E. Grohmann (Freiburg i. Br., Berlin/DE)
560/MTP
Functional analyses of the AAA-ATPases PilT1 and PilT2 of Thermus
thermophilus
K. Kruse, T. Schlemmer, B. Averhoff (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
561/MTP
562/MTP
Identification of the lipid moiety structure of Staphylococci by electrospray
ionization mss spectrometry
H. Wang, A. Kulik, P. Popella, F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE)
Aqueous access of amino acids residues of membrane-integral AtpI in
Escherichia coli and Acetobacterium woodii
D. Klütsch, G. Deckers-Hebestreit, D. Wolbers, C. Hübert (Osnabrueck/DE)
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563/MTP
Characterization of the E. coli proteome in response to high rate
Tat-mediated protein secretion
K. Dolata (Greifswald/DE), I. Guerrero-Montero
C. Robinson (Canterbury/GB), S. Sievers, J. Hoyer, D. Becher
K. Riedel (Greifswald/DE)
564/MTP
The role of porins in antibiotic uptake
D. Hörömpöli, A. Berscheid, H. Brötz-Oesterhelt (Tuebingen/DE)
565/MTP
The protein component of the signal recognition particle Ffh is subject to
Lon-dependent proteolysis in Escherichia coli
B. Sauerbrei, J. Arends, F. Narberhaus (Bochum/DE)
566/MTP
The role of the anaerobic C4-dicarboxylate-transporters DcuA, DcuB and
DcuC on transport and regulation in Escherichia coli
A. Strecker, G. Unden (Mainz/DE)
567/MTP
CyaC – A redox controlled Adenylate cyclase from Sinorhizobium meliloti
J. Wissig, G. Unden (Mainz/DE)
568/MTP
Functional Characterization of the C4-dicarboxylate transporter DcuB2As of
Actinobacillus succinogenes
M. N. Rhie, O. B. Kim (Seoul/KR)
569/MTP
Exploring membrane microdomains in the plant pathogen Agrobacterium
tumefaciens
S. Czolkoss, X. Safronov, S. Rexroth, M. Aktas (Bochum/DE)
570/MTP
Structural studies of the complete mitochondrial ATP synthase by using a
combination of X-ray crystallography and cryo-electron microscopy
K. Parey, A. Hahn (Frankfurt a. M./DE), M. Bublitz (Oxford/GB), D. Mills
V. Zickermann, J. Vonck, W. Kühlbrandt (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
T. Meier (London/GB)
571/MTP
Mechanistic insights into foldase assisted folding of lipase from
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
P. Dollinger (Juelich/DE), J. Kubiak, N. Verma, A. Viegas (Duesseldorf/DE)
F. Kovacic (Juelich/DE), M. Etzkorn, H. Gohlke, C. Seidel (Duesseldorf/DE)
K.-E. Jaeger (Juelich/DE)
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573/MTP
574/MTP
From magnetosome membrane invagination to iron transport – the dual role
of MamB in magnetosome formation
R. Uebe, O. Raschdorf (Bayreuth/DE), J. M. Plitzko (Planegg-Martinsried/DE)
D. Schüler (Bayreuth/DE)
Effect of protein phosphorylation on the archaellum regulatory network of
Sulfolobus acidocaldarius
L. F. Bischof, M. F. Haurat, S.-V. Albers, L. F. Bischof (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
Characterization of the Helicobacter pylori Cag typeIV secretion system
proteins CagN and CagM
S. Bats, D. Pscheniza (Hanover/DE), C. Bergé, L. Terradot (Lyon/FR)
C. Josenhans (Hanover/DE)
Proteomics and Metabolomics (PM)
575/PMP
Metabolic and regulatory adaption of Staphylococcus aureus to different
carbon sources
A. Giese, P. Westhoff, D. Zühlke, K. Dörries, K. Methling (Greifswald/DE)
C. Liang (Wuerzburg/DE), B. Lazazzera (Los Angeles, CA/US)
M. Lalk (Greifswald/DE), S. Engelmann (Braunschweig/DE)
S. Fuchs (Wernigerode/DE), M. Hecker, K. Riedel (Greifswald/DE)
T. Dandekar (Wuerzburg/DE), J. Pané-Farré (Greifswald/DE)
576/PMP
Comparative exoproteome analysis and redox imaging of Staphylococcus
aureus isolates from different clonal complexes
M. Hillion, B. Walther (Berlin/DE), L. Adrian (Leipzig/DE)
T. Semmler (Berlin/DE), J. Bernhardt (Greifswald/DE)
L. Vu van, H. Antelmann (Berlin/DE)
577/PMP
An integrated functional genomics approach to unravel the mode-of-action of
novel antiinfective compounds
C. Wolff (Greifswald/DE), J. Herrmann (Saarbruecken/DE), J. Pané-Farré
D. Zühlke (Greifswald/DE), R. Müller (Saarbruecken/DE)
K. Riedel (Greifswald/DE)
578/PMP
Photoautotrophic Cyanophycin Production – Metabolic engineering and
process optimization using the native cyanophycin producer Synechocystis
sp. PCC 6803
B. Watzer (Tuebingen/DE), A. Trautmann, C. Posten (Karlsruhe/DE)
K. Forchhammer (Tuebingen/DE)
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580/PMP
581/PMP
582/PMP
Role of eukaryotic-type serine/threonine protein kinases (eSTPKs) in
differentiation and spore wall synthesis of Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2)
B. Vollmer, G. Muth (Tuebingen/DE)
Proteomic analysis of organic sulfur compound utilisation in Advenella
mimigardefordensis strain DPN7T
C. Meinert, U. Brandt, V. Heine, J. Beyert, S. Schmidl
J. H. Wübbeler (Muenster/DE), B. Voigt, K. Riedel (Greifswald/DE)
A. Steinbüchel (Muenster/DE)
Adaptation of Dinoroseobacter shibae to oxidative stress
N. Beier, M. Kucklick (Braunschweig/DE), S. Fuchs (Wernigerode/DE)
M. Behringer, E. Härtig, D. Jahn, S. Engelmann (Braunschweig/DE)
Water as universal marker of microbial activity – the incorporation of
hydrogen and oxygen into the biomass of active organisms
S. Schäpe, R. Starke (Leipzig/DE), K. Olyphant (Guelph/CA)
T. Sachsenberg (Tuebingen/DE), S. Baumann (Leipzig/DE)
O. Kohlbacher (Tuebingen/DE), E. Allen-Vercoe (Guelph/CA), N. Jehmlich
M. von Bergen (Leipzig/DE)
Infection Prevention and Antibiotic Resistance (FG PR)
583/PRP
Outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease in Warstein, Germany, 2013 – Urinary
antigen detection of Legionella pneumophila and Streptococcus pneumonia
C. Gagell (Dresden/DE), L. Humpert (Warstein/DE)
I. Menke-Möllers (Leverkusen/DE), C. Lück (Dresden/DE)
584/PRP
VirSaDB – A pangenome-derived database of virulence factors for an
improved WGS-based characterization of Staphylococcus aureus isolates
S. Fuchs, M. Nordwig, J. Bender, G. Werner
B. Strommenger (Wernigerode/DE)
585/PRP
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586/PRP
587/PRP
Persistence and dispersion of bacterial bioaerosols in a hospital washroom
J. Cooper (Vancouver/CA)
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Prevalence of multidrug-resistant organisms in refugee patients, medical
tourists and domestic patients admitted to a German University Hospital
C. Reinheimer, V. A. J. Kempf, K. Jozsa, T. A. Wichelhaus, M. Hogardt
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589/PRP
High prevalence of multidrug-resistant gram-negative organisms in HIV
positive men
C. Reinheimer (Frankfurt a. M./DE), O. T. Keppler (Munich/DE), C. Stephan
T. A. Wichelhaus, I. Friedrichs, V. A. J. Kempf (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
The BEAT-AMR consortium – Partnership against biofilm-associated
expression, acquisition and transmission of antimicrobial resistance
F. Schreiber, H.-J. Kunte (Berlin/DE), Q. Ren, M. Buhmann (St. Gallen/CH)
H. van der Mei, H. Busscher (Groningen/NL), S. Faust
J. Webb (Southampton/GB)
591/PRP
Xpert MTB/RIF for rapid detection of rifampicin resistance Mycobacterium
tuberculosis from pulmonary tuberculosis patients in Southwest Ethiopia
M. T. Jano, G. Abebe, D. Aragaw (Jimma/ET), L. Rigouts (Antwerp/BE)
592/PRP
New insights into the “dark toxicity” of the photosensitizer TMPyP in E. coli
D. Eckl, L. Dengler, M. Nemmert, A. Eichner, W. Bäumler
H. Huber (Regensburg/DE)
593/PRP
Resistance profiles of community-acquired urinary tract infections in
Germany (SARHA study)
A. Klingeberg, N. Willrich, M. Feig, I. Noll (Berlin/DE)
K. Oberdorfer (Heidelberg/DE), A. Krenz-Weinreich (Ploen/DE)
D. Emrich (Berlin/DE), W. Kalka-Moll (Moenchengladbach/DE)
T. Eckmanns, E. Zill (Berlin/DE)
594/PRP
Genetic Epidemiology of the Enterobacter cloacae complex at a University
Hospital over a 3-years period
S. Bletz, B. Middendorf, A. Kossow, S. Kampmeier, D. Rubin
F. Schaumburg, A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
595/PRP
Screening adherence and infection control practices in patients with
Carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii in a university hospital
C. Baier, E. Ebadi, C. Lassahn, F.-C. Bange (Hanover/DE)
596/PRP
Investigation of the mechanisms involved in tigecycline resistance in
Enterococcus spp.
S. Fiedler, J. Bender (Wernigerode/DE), M. Ruschig (Brunswick/DE)
C. Fleige, U. Geringer, I. Klare (Wernigerode/DE)
A. Mischnik (Freiburg i. Br./DE), N. Mutters (Heidelberg/DE)
G. Werner (Wernigerode/DE)
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Development of an electronic early warning surveillance based on Syndromic
Surveillance System (SSS) in I.R.Iran (2011–16)
M. M. Gouya, P. Hemmati, J. Ahmadi, M. Nabavi, S. Samei (Tehran/IR)
K. Seif Farahi (Toronto/CA), R. Baiat, M. Soroush (Tehran/IR)
598/PRP
Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus among HIV positive pediatric
patients in Northwest Ethiopia: By GenoType MRSA molecular line probe
assay
Y. Zenebe, M. Tibebu, B. Tulu, D. Mekonnen, Z. Mekonnen (Bahir Dar/ET)
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Infection Immunology (599/IIP–620/IIP)................................................................................138
Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (621/KMP–669/KMP)....................................140
Food Microbiology and Food Hygiene (670/LMP–684/LMP).................................................146
Microbial Cell Biology and Cellular Microbiology (685/MCBP–722/MCBP)...........................147
Microbial Diversity and Evolution (723/MDEP–736/MDEP)....................................................151
Microbial Pathogenesis (737/MPP–799/MPP).......................................................................153
Infection Epidemiology and Population Genetics (800/MSP–809/MSP).................................160
Phage and CRISPR (810/PCP–817/PCP)...............................................................................161
Microbiota, Probiota and Host (818/PWP–829/PWP).............................................................162
National Reference Centres and Laboratories of Consultancy (830/RKP–834/RKP).................164
Regulation and Signal Transduction in Prokaryotes (835/RSP–836/RSP)................................164
Secondary Metabolites (837/SMP–850/SMP).......................................................................165
Symbiotic Interactions (851/SIP)...........................................................................................166
Synthetic Microbiology and Biotechnology (852/SMBP–894/SMBP).....................................167
Zoonoses (895/ZOP–904/ZOP)..............................................................................................171
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599/IIP
Differential activation of formyl-peptide receptors by Staphylococcus aureus
and consequences for inflammation
E. Weiß, D. Hanzelmann (Tuebingen/DE), F. von Loewenich (Mainz/DE)
J. Liese (Tuebingen/DE), A. Klos (Hanover/DE), A. Peschel
D. Kretschmer (Tuebingen/DE)
600/IIP
Activation of the contact system at the surface of Streptococcus gallolyticus
represents a possible virulence mechanism in Endocarditis
J. Isenring (Rostock/DE), S. Dramsi (Paris/FR), B. Kreikemeyer
S. Oehmcke-Hecht (Rostock/DE)
601/IIP
Regulation of human contact factors during streptococcal infection
J. Köhler, B. Kreikemeyer, S. Oehmcke-Hecht (Rostock/DE)
602/IIP
Real-time imaging of the bacillithiol redox potential in the human pathogen
Staphylococcus aureus using a novel genetically encoded redox biosensor
V. L. Vu (Berlin/DE), M. Harms (Greifswald/DE), T. T. H. Nguyen (Berlin/DE)
C. J. Hamilton (Norwich/GB), M. Müller, F. Hochgräfe
J. Pané-Farré (Greifswald/DE), H. Antelmann (Berlin/DE)
603/IIP
The role of the novel hypochlorite-specific redox sensor HypS in Mycobacterium smegmatis
K. Klaper, M. Hillion, M. Rossius (Berlin/DE), S. Gola (Madrid/ES)
H. Antelmann (Berlin/DE)
604/IIP
Abstract has been withdrawn.
605/IIP
Helicobacter pylori γ-glutamyl transferase favours recruitment of CD8 cells to
the gastric mucosa
R. Mejías Luque, S. Wüstner, F. Anderl, C. Sachs (Munich/DE)
M. Vieth (Bayreuth/DE), M. Gerhard (Munich/DE)
606/IIP
p38/MK-2 phosphorylates RIP-1 to limit cytotoxic RIP-1 signaling in
bacteria-infected macrophages
J. Gropengießer, L. Novikova, H. Schimmeck, N. Czymmeck
K. Ruckdeschel (Hamburg/DE)
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607/IIP
YopM as a bacteria-derived anti-inflammatory cell-penetrating peptide (CPP)
for the topical treatment of immune-mediated inflammatory skin diseases
A. Gossens, M. Schneeweiß, M. Poceva, M. A. Schmidt, K. Loser
C. Rüter (Muenster/DE)
608/IIP
Nucleic acid dependent recognition of S. pyogenes by the innate immune
system
I. Freund, A. Hafner (Heidelberg/DE), V. Castiglia, P. Kovarik (Vienna/AT)
T. Poth, A. Dalpke, T. Eigenbrod (Heidelberg/DE)
609/IIP
NCAM1 (CD56) on human natural killer (NK) cells has a functional role in
recognizing the fungal mold Aspergillus fumigatus
E. Weiß, S. Ziegler, A.-L. Schmitt, J. Schlegel, A. Burgert, U. Terpitz
M. Sauer (Wuerzburg/DE), O. Kurzai (Jena/DE), H. Einsele
J. Löffler (Wuerzburg/DE)
610/IIP
The detrimental role of C5aR in meningococcal sepsis
J. Herrmann, M. Muenstermann, L. Strobel (Wuerzburg/DE)
T. Woodruff (Brisbane/AU), A. Klos (Brisbane/AU; Hanover/DE)
K. Johswich (Wuerzburg/DE)
611/IIP
Extracellular DNA released by non-tuberculosis mycobacteria facilitates the
cytosolic induction of IFN-β via the cGAS-STING-TBK1-IRF3/7 dependent
pathway
N. Ruangkiattikul, A. Nerlich, J. Spanier, N. Janze, K. Laarmann
U. Kalinke (Hanover/DE), S. Weiss (Braunschweig/DE)
R. Goethe (Hanover/DE)
612/IIP
Reduced activity against A. fumigatus by human NK cells from alloSCT
patients vs. healthy donors
L. Marischen, A.-L. Schmitt, A. Englert, E. Weiss (Wuerzburg/DE)
K. Huenniger, O. Kurzai (Jena/DE), H. Einsele, J. Loeffler (Wuerzburg/DE)
613/IIP
Impact of GPI-anchored proteins of the human-pathogenic fungus
Aspergillus fumigatus on interaction with human innate immune cells
T. Eiffert, M. T. N. Hoang, M. Föge, S. Hartung, T. Heinekamp
A. A. Brakhage, M. von Lilienfeld-Toal (Jena/DE)
614/IIP
QUANTIM - Quantification of Innate Immune Function in Whole Blood
Infection Assays
I. Leonhardt, K. Hünniger, D. Thomas-Rüddel, T. Lehnert, M.-T. Figge
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616/IIP
Cloning, expression and purification of Pseudomonas aeruginosa flagellin B
molecule and determination of its vaccine potentials
N. Amirmozafari, B. Behrouz, M. Mahdavi (Tehran/IR)
Investigation of the Immunomodulatory effect of Berberis vulgaris on
core-pulsed dendritic cell vaccine
M. Aziz, D. Ghareeb (Alexandria/EG)
617/IIP
Candida albicans evades phagocytosis and killing in a host dependent process
K. Hünniger, T. Lehnert, M. T. Figge, O. Kurzai (Jena/DE)
618/IIP
Molecular basis for Rho-family GTPase discrimination by a bacterial virulence
factor
N. Dietz, A. Harms, I. Sorg, G. Mas, A. Goepfert, S. Hiller, T. Schirmer
C. Dehio (Basel/CH)
619/IIP
Myeloperoxidase is a major factor in the breakdown of the thiol reduction
potential in phagocytized bacteria
A. Degrossoli, J. Schneider, K. Xie, A. Müller, V. Bader, K. Winklhofer
L. Leichert (Bochum/DE)
620/IIP
Human plasma factor H-related protein 1 (FHR1) binds to C. albicans and
acts pro-inflammatory in monocytes
S. Irmscher, S. Hidalgo Vico, B. Hube, C. Skerka (Jena/DE)
Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (StAG KM)
621/KMP
Neuroborreliosis mimicking Acute Encephalopathy – The use of CXCL13
as a biomarker in CNS manifestations of Lyme-Borreliosis
M. Karrasch (Jena/DE), V. Fingerle (Oberschleissheim/DE), K. Boden, A. Darr
M. Baier, E. Straube, I. Nenadic (Jena/DE)
622/KMP
Determination quantitative composition of the microbiota in parietal intestinal
surface in rats by pcr real-time
Y. Bukina, A. Kamyshny (Zaporozhye/UA)
623/KMP
Changing the number of the wall of the intestinal microflora in rats when a
administered Salmonella by PCR Real-Time
Y. Bukina (Zaporozhye/UA)
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624/KMP
Macrolide and quinolone resistance-related mutations in Mycoplasma
genitalium strains in Dresden, Germany
R. Dumke, A. Thürmer, E. Jacobs (Dresden/DE)
625/KMP
626/KMP
627/KMP
628/KMP
Analysis of a novel anti-chlamydial compound in active and persistent
chlamydial cell culture infection models
M. Brunke, A. Klöckner (Bonn/DE), K. Shima, J. Rupp (Luebeck/DE)
H. Bühl, J. Reuter, H.-G. Sahl (Bonn/DE), F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE)
B. Henrichfreise (Bonn/DE)
Isolation, identification and characterization of Vibrio spp. from suspected
human cases
M. T. Rahman, M. T. Hossain, F. Zereen (Mymensingh/BD)
Investigating the metabolism of uropathogenic E. coli during infection
S. Mortensen (Frederiksberg C/DK)
Clonal relationship among isolates of Bacillus sp isolated from tobacco and
lung cancer biopsies
A. Merlos, E. Parra, E. Armengol, S. Martí, T. Vinuesa, M. Vinas
J. M. Sierra (Hospitalet/ES)
629/KMP
Identification of Coxiella burnetii targets for development of new Q fever
diagnostics in ruminants
C. Gerlach (Jena/DE), G. Flores-Ramirez, L. Skultety (Bratislava/SK)
K. Henning, H. Neubauer, K. Mertens (Jena/DE)
630/KMP
Prevalence of streptococcal virulence factors in Streptococcus dysgalactiae
subsp. equisimilis clinical strains isolated from humans andanimals
M. Ciszewski, E. Szewczyk (Lodz/PL)
631/KMP
Detection of methicillin-resistant coagulase negative staphylococci by
MALDI-TOF MS
D. Schuster, M. Josten, I. Bodenstein, M. Gajdiss, C. Szekat, H.-G. Sahl
G. Bierbaum (Bonn/DE)
632/KMP
Identification of a peptidoglycan hydrolase in chlamydiae
J. Reuter, H. Bühl, M. Brunke, A. Klöckner, B. Henrichfreise (Bonn/DE)
633/KMP
Influence of respiratory enzymes on virulence of Vibrio cholerae
B. Forler (Stuttgart/DE), F. Zingl, S. Schild (Graz/AT)
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634/KMP
635/KMP
636/KMP
637/KMP
Investigating the role of Cyclophilins in the virulence of Burkholderia
pseudomallei
M. Sarkar-Tyson, N. Bzdyl, T. Inglis, C. Kahler (Perth/AU)
Computational analyses of different mycobacterium species to identify unique
proteins of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
S. K. Arora, J. Ahmad, M. P. R. Sharma (New Delhi/IN)
S. A. Rahman (Hinxton/GB), S. E. Hasnain (Hyderabad, New Delhi/IN)
N. Z. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN)
Molecular and functional characterization of the ser/thr protein kinase PknB
and phosphatase Stp of Staphylococcus aureus
M. Jarick, M. Steger, A. Schlosser, K. Ohlsen (Wuerzburg/DE)
Shaping the human nasal microbiota by the antibiotic lugdunin
C. Laux, B. Krismer, A. Peschel (Tuebingen/DE)
638/KMP
CPP-peptidoglycosidase fusion proteins targeting intracellular bacterial
pathogens
T. Fernandes Cunha Martins, I. Benz, C. Rüter, A. Schmidt (Muenster/DE)
639/KMP
Restricted usefulness of novel β-lactam/β-lactamase inhibitor combinations:
Results from a one year retrospective study on multidrug-resistant
gram-negative organisms in a German University Medical Center
J. Katchanov, E.-M. Klupp, L. Asar, H. Rohde, S. Kluge, F. Maurer (Hamburg/DE)
640/KMP
The impact of multidrug resistance on the fitness of Pseudomonas
aeruginosa under different environmental conditions
A. Seupt, S. Bruchmann, M. Schniederjans, S. Häußler (Braunschweig/DE)
641/KMP
Identifying genetic determinants of antibiotic resistance in clinical isolates of
P. aeruginosa by Transposon-Sequencing
S. Schinner, M. Schniederjans, A. Khaledi, S. Bruchmann
S. Häußler (Braunschweig/DE)
642/KMP
Teixobactin induced lysis in Staphylococcus aureus
J. Deisinger, I. Engels, A. Müller (Bonn/DE), F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE)
B. Conlon, K. Lewis (Boston, MA/US), T. Schneider (Bonn/DE)
643/KMP
Analysis of SEDS protein family members from Staphylococcus aureus
J. Zimmermann, P. Hardt, T. Schneider, F. Grein (Bonn/DE)
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644/KMP
645/KMP
646/KMP
Ribosome profiling in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
L. Pezoldt, A. Khaledi, S. Häußler (Braunschweig/DE)
Risk factors for death in septic trauma patients
R. Otchwemah, R. Lefering, T. Tjardes, B. Bouillon, F. Mattner (Cologne/DE)
Treatment with probiotics ameliorates stress-induced pathological aggression
in mice
D. Pavlov, A. Gorlova, E. Zubkov, T. Cherdyntseva, O. Karpuchina
A. Inozemtsev (Moscow/RU), T. Strekalova (Maastricht/NL)
V. Chekhonin (Moscow/RU)
647/KMP
Identification and characterization of genetic determinants of the small colony
variant phenotype in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
M. Koska (Hanover/DE), M. Schniederjans (Braunschweig/DE)
A. Kordes (Hanover/DE), A. Khaledi (Braunschweig/DE)
V. Kaever (Hanover/DE), S. Häußler (Braunschweig, Hanover/DE)
648/KMP
In vivo transcriptional profiling of Pseudomonas aeruginosa clinical isolates
derived from transplanted lung tissue
A. Kordes (Hanover/DE), M. Schniederjans
U. Muthukumarasam (Braunschweig/DE), P. Braubach (Hanover/DE)
S. Häußler (Braunschweig, Hanover/DE)
649/KMP
Genotype-phenotype correlation studies of structure-related clinical
Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates
J. G. Thöming (Hanover/DE), M. Schniederjans (Braunschweig/DE)
A. Kordes (Hanover/DE), M. Müsken
S. Häußler (Hanover, Braunschweig/DE)
650/KMP
Supplementation of L-amino acids in excess influences Pseudomonas
aeruginosa swimming and swarming motility
M. Donnert, S. Häußler (Hanover, Braunschweig/DE)
651/KMP
Knowledge update – Antimicrobial prophylaxis in joint replacement
Procedures – Need to change current practice?
C. Berberich (Wehrheim/DE)
652/KMP
Potentiality of Lytic Bacteriophages and their Virolysins in Lysing Multi-Drug
Resistant Salmonella typhi
A. Elshayeb, A. Ahmed, M. El Siddig, A. EL Hussien (Khartoum/SD)
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654/KMP
The antimicrobial compound Gentisaldehyde – a potential agent to prevent
bovine mastitis
A. Schabauer (Vienna/AT), C. Zutz (Tulln a. d. Donau/AT)
G. Mößlacher (Ried im Innkreis/AT), K. Rychli, M. Wagner (Vienna/AT)
Molecular microbiology as a modern platform for rapid, specific, sensitive
and unlimited detection of pathogenic microorganisms
S. Pekova (Prague/CZ)
655/KMP
Expired nitric oxide and sputum mycobacterial lipid bodies indicate that
pulmonary NO is a double edged sword in tuberculosis
B. Gelaw (Gondar/ET), N. Garton (Gondar/ET, Leicester/GB)
A. Assefa (Gondar, Addis Ababa/ET; Leicester/GB), M. R. Barer
656/KMP
Emerging antimicrobial resistance due to misuse of antibiotics – a study
conducted among the university students in Pakistan
Z. Rahman, M. Ullah (Mardan/PK)
657/KMP
Isolation of spontaneous Lipopolysaccharide mutants from Coxiella burnetii
K. Mertens (Jena/DE), F. Csicsay, L. Skultety (Bratislava/SK), C. Gerlach
K. Henning, H. Neubauer (Jena/DE)
658/KMP
Nitazoxanide and doxycycline sensitivity among metronidazole resistant
Helicobacter pylori Isolates from patients with Gastritis
A. Baradaran Moghaddam, N. Amirmozafari, M. Alebouyeh (Tehran/IR)
659/KMP
Real-time optotracing of curli and cellulose in live Salmonella biofilms using
luminescent oligothiophenes
F. X. Choong (Stockholm/SE), M. Bäck (Linkoeping/SE), K. Melican
M. Rhen (Stockholm/SE), K. P. R. Nilsson (Linkoeping/SE)
A. Richter-Dahlfors (Stockholm/SE)
660/KMP
Emergence of ceftazidime-avibactam non-susceptibility in a multidrug
resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae isolate
A. Both, C. Belmar Campos, M. Christner, F. Maurer, H. Büttner, C. König
M. Aepfelbacher, D. Wichmann, H. Rohde (Hamburg/DE)
661/KMP
Drug repurposing studies on existing US FDA approved drugs for intervention
against Tuberculosis
A. Kumar, A. Alam, S. Grover, N. Z. Ehtesham, S. E. Hasnain (New Delhi/IN)
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663/KMP
Bacterial-derived cell-penetrating peptides deliver gentamicin to kill
intracellular pathogens
C. Rüter, M. Gomaraska, T. Martins, L. Greune (Muenster/DE)
P. Hardwidge (Manhattan, NY/US), A. Schmidt (Muenster/DE)
664/KMP
665/KMP
666/KMP
667/KMP
668/KMP
669/KMP
Idiopathic Gingivostomatitis in cats – An underdiagnosed ethiology
M. Naceradska (Prague/CZ), S. Pekova (Prague/CZ)
Newer molecular targets and therapeutic strategies for intervention against
Mycobacterium tuberculosis
S. E. Hasnain, N. Z. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN)
Analysis of Helicobacter pylori strains from Colombian patients based on the
presence of the protein CagA to determine the kind of infection
D. F. Rojas-Rengifo (Bogotá/CO), L. F. Jiménez-Soto (Munich/DE)
J. F. Vera Chamorro, B. Molano, J. Alvarez, P. Rodríguez, L. C. Zuluaga
M. d. P. Delgado (Bogotá/CO), R. Haas (Munich/DE)
C. A. Jaramillo (Bogotá/CO)
Lysis of bovine pericardial membranes for tissue grafting by bacterial
pathogens causing infections in visceral surgery
M. Werner, C. Bogdan (Erlangen/DE)
Community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA)
infections in children – experiences from a hospital in the Rhine-Main area
S. Albert-Braun, A. Weltzien (Frankfurt a. M./DE), G. Werner
F. Layer (Wernigerode/DE)
Functional characterization of mycobacterial protein PE18/Rv1788 and its
ortholog MIP_03868 – a comparative analysis
A. Ehtram (New Dehli/IN)
Species-specific activity of antibacterial drug combinations
A. R. Brochado (Heidelberg/DE)
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Food Microbiology and Food Hygiene (FG LM)
670/LMP
Abstract has been withdrawn.
671/LMP
Surveillance of Campylobacter and Arcobacter species from different poultry
farms in Thuringia, Germany
E. Zuchantke, H. Hotzel, I. Hänel, H. Tomaso (Jena/DE)
672/LMP
Predictability of ionic liquid toxicity from a SAR study on different systematic
levels of pathogenic bacteria
N. Weyhing-Zerrer (Darmstadt/DE), T. Gundolf (Vienna/AT), R. Kalb (Graz/AT)
R. Oßmer (Darmstadt/DE), P. Rossmanith, P. Mester (Vienna/AT)
673/LMP
Phage display for selection of Listeria surface protein specific peptides
J. Bittner, S. A. Funke (Coburg/DE)
674/LMPEnterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7 strain Sakai can be internalized
into the root tissues of corn salad and lettuce following contamination of the
soil under greenhouse conditions
K. Eissenberger (Stuttgart/DE), D. Drissner (Waedenswil/CH), N. Saile
A. Weiss, H. Schmidt (Stuttgart/DE)
675/LMP
Selective media for the detection of toxin-producing Bacillus cereus and
aerobic spoilage bacilli
E. Nischler, G. Kudernatsch, M. Ehling-Schulz, M. Wagner
B. Stessl (Vienna/AT)
676/LMP
Molecular analysis of the impact of Salmonella adhesive structures on the
adhesion to salad
L. Elpers, M. Hensel (Osnabrueck/DE)
677/LMP
Functional analysis of TLR5 receptors from different species
E. Faber, S. Kunze (Hanover/DE), K. Tedin (Berlin/DE), Y. Speidel, D. Hlahla
C. Josenhans (Hanover/DE)
678/LMP
Microbial safety of ethnic foods
B. Stessl (Vienna/AT), E. Steinkogler, M. Heindl (Vienna/AT), S. Muri-Klinger
K. Brugger, M. Wagner (Vienna/AT)
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680/LMP
Investigation of the potential of dry ice blasting for cleaning and disinfection in
the food production environment
A. K. Witte, M. Bobal (Vienna/AT), R. David (Perchtoldsdorf/AT)
B. Blättler (Uetendorf/CH), D. Schoder, P. Rossmanith (Vienna/AT)
682/LMP
683/LMP
684/LMP
Antifungal acids produced by lactic acid bacteria
L. Lipinska, M. Sojka, R. Klewicki, R. Bonikowski, K. Kolodziejczyk
E. Klewicka (Lodz/PL)
Sensitive detection of Ricin in complex matrices
H. von Buttlar, P. Kriebs, P. Vollmar (Munich/DE)
Lactobacillus sp. – Efficient producers of exopolysaccharides
M. Oleksy, E. Klewicka (Lodz/PL)
Proteolytic activity of Pseudomonas spp. isolated from raw milk
G. Lücking, M. von Neubeck, C. Huptas, S. Scherer
M. Wenning (Freising/DE)
Microbial Cell Biology and Cellular Microbiology (MCB)
685/MCBP
Chromosome organization in Corynebacterium glutamicum
K. Böhm, M. Bramkamp (Planegg-Martinsried/DE)
686/MCBP
Genome-wide screen for the identification of novel factors required for the
production and glycosylation of lipoteichoic acid in Listeria monocytogenes
J. Rismondo, M. G. Percy, A. Gründling (London/GB)
687/MCBP
Staphylococcus aureus decreases pro-inflammation of immune cells via wall
teichoic acid
X. Li, R. Kristin, K. Petra, P. Andreas (Tuebingen/DE)
688/MCBP
Streptococcus pneumoniae binds ultra large Von Willebrand factor
J. Hilger, R. Manfred, B. Ina-Kristin (Braunschweig/DE)
F. Marcus (Berlin/DE), S. Michael, B. Simone (Braunschweig/DE)
689/MCBP
A DivIVA-associated SOS response pathway in Corynebacterium glutamicum
G. Giacomelli, M. Bramkamp (Planegg-Martinsried/DE)
690/MCBP
Morphogenesis of the stalked budding bacterium Hyphomonas neptunium
S. Rosskopf, E. Cserti, M. Thanbichler (Marburg/DE)
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Control of PgdA-dependent peptidoglycan N-deacetylation by GpsB and PBP
A1 in Listeria monocytogenes
J. Rismondo (Wernigerode/DE; London/GB), C. Aldridge
W. Vollmer (Newcastle upon Tyne/GB)
S. Halbedel (Wernigerode/DE)
692/MCBP
The architecture of chromosome maintenance motifs on bacterial chromosomes
T. Sperlea, P. Sobetzko, T. Waldminghaus (Marburg/DE)
693/MCBP
Activation of the chaperone Hsp33 by atmospheric pressure plasma
M. Krewing, J. J. Stepanek (Bochum/DE), C. Cremers (Ann Arbor, MI/US)
J.-W. Lackmann, A. Müller, B. Schubert, P. Awakowicz,
L. I.-O. Leichert (Bochum/DE), U. Jakob (Ann Arbor, MI/US)
J. E. Bandow (Bochum/DE)
694/MCBP
Peptidoglycan structure of S. carnosus TM300 – Variations and their
possible causes
J. Deibert, D. Kühner, M. Stahl, E. Koeksoy, U. Bertsche (Tuebingen/DE)
695/MCBP
Anti-YidC antibodies mediated growth inhibition of S. aureus
N. Kumari, M.-T. Nguyen, F. Götz, M. Nega (Tuebingen/DE)
696/MCBP
PopZ, a polar landmark, affects cell division and motility in Magnetospirillum
gryphiswaldense
D. Pfeiffer, M. Toro-Nahuelpan, D. Schüler (Bayreuth/DE)
697/MCBP
The extent of the temperature-induced membrane remodeling in respiratory
pathogens Bordetella pertussis and Bordetella bronchiseptica reflects their
adaptation to diverse environmental niches
J. Beranova, G. Seydlova, I. Bibova, A. Dienstbier, J. Drzmisek, R. Fiser
I. Konopasek, B. Vecerek (Prague/CZ)
698/MCBP
Everything flows and nothing abides – Dynamics of the Bacillus subtilis
Min system
H. Feddersen, M. Bramkamp (Planegg-Martinsried/DE)
699/MCBP
Effects of membrane depolarization on cell physiology and persister formation
in Escherichia coli
A. Nolte, J. Hoffmann, B. Asian (Giessen/DE), G. Wagner (Uppsala/SE)
B. Berghoff (Giessen/DE)
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Mutational analysis of a nlpD gene affecting septal cell wall modifications and
cell-cell communication in the filamentous cyanobacterium Anabaena sp.
PCC 7120
J. Bornikoel, K. Forchhammer, I. Maldener (Tuebingen/DE)
701/MCBP
From binary fission to polar budding – the FtsZ independent cell division of
Planctomycetes
C. Boedeker (Braunschweig/DE), S. Peeters (Nijmegen/NL)
S. Wiegand (Braunschweig/DE), M. C. F. van Teeseling (Nijmegen/NL)
T. Kohn (Braunschweig/DE), R. Mesman (Nijmegen/NL)
M. Rohde (Braunschweig/DE), L. van Niftrik (Nijmegen/NL)
C. Jogler (Braunschweig/DE; Nijmegen/NL)
702/MCBP
Functional analysis of a bacterial dynamin-like protein DynA
L. Guo, M. Bramkamp (Planegg-Martinsried/DE)
703/MCBP
Conserved peptides from Agrobacterium tumefaciens
A. Kraus, M. Weskamp, J. Zierles, F. Narberhaus (Bochum/DE)
704/MCBP
Cell signaling PII-like proteins; function and structural insights
K. Selim, M. Hartmann (Tuebingen/DE), M. Hartmann (Rostock/DE)
K. Forchhammer (Tuebingen/DE)
705/MCBP
The target of an unusual cell wall amidase – chemical composition of the
peptidoglycan from multicellular cyanobacteria of the order Nostocales
E. Bok, M. Borisova, C. Mayer, K. Forchhammer, I. Maldener (Tuebingen/DE)
706/MCBP
A non-ribosomal peptide synthetase modulates intracellular survival of
Staphylococcus aureus
S. Blättner, A. Moldovan, S. Das, M. Krischke, T. Hertlein (Wuerzburg/DE)
D. Kretschmer (Tuebingen/DE), M. Müller, K. Ohlsen, T. Rudel
M. Fraunholz (Wuerzburg/DE)
707/MCBP
The new antibiotic rhodomyrtone interacts with phospholipid head groups to
generate protein-trapping membrane invaginations
M. Wenzel (Amsterdam/NL), D. Saeloh, V. Tipmanee
S. P. Voravuthikunchai (Hat Yai/TH), L. W. Hamoen (Amsterdam/NL)
708/MCBP
Linked formation and localization of chemotactic signaling arrays by integral
array incorporation of a polar determinant
S. Ringgaard (Marburg/DE)
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709/MCBP
710/MCBP
711/MCBP
712/MCBP
713/MCBP
714/MCBP
715/MCBP
716/MCBP
Modulation of the cell wall is important for cell differentiation in the
multicellular cyanobacterium A. variabilis ATCC 29413
R. Perez, J. Bornikoel, I. Maldener (Tuebingen/DE)
Has been changed to oral presentation 202/MCBV
Genetic control of the formation of multicellular aggregates in
Staphylococcus aureus
C. Wermser (Wuerzburg/DE), D. Lopez (Wuerzburg/DE; Madrid/ES)
Mechanism of activation of the two-component system KdpD/KdpE by the
accessory protein PtsN
M. Mörk-Mörkenstein (Vienna/AT), R. Heermann (Munich/DE)
Y. Göpel (Vienna/AT), K. Jung (Munich/DE), B. Görke (Vienna/AT)
Bacillus subtilis surfactin influences Aspergillus niger morphology and
activates the cell wall integrity pathway
A. Richter (Jena/DE), M. Arentshorst (Leiden/NL), J. Schwitalla, S. Bhat
F. Blei (Jena/DE), A. F. J. Ram, C. A. M. van den Hondel (Leiden/NL)
A. T. Kovacs (Jena/DE)
Neisseria meningitidis Opc and type IV pili target host sphingolipid metabolism
J. Becam, S. Hebling (Wuerzburg/DE), A. Simonis (Zuerich/CH)
A. Burgert, M. Sauer (Wuerzburg/DE), A. Schubert-Unkmeir (Wuerzburg/DE)
Identification of lytic proteins that potentially mediate predatory behavior in
Myxococcus xanthus
K. Arend, T. Bentler, C. Kaimer (Bochum/DE)
Development of an improved primary in vitro model of the human small intestine
M. Schweinlin, M. Schnurr, S. Wilhelm, H. Walles, M. Metzger (Wuerzburg/DE)
717/MCBP
Interaction of prophages and colicin Ib at the single cell level in Salmonella
enterica serovar Typhimurium
S. Spriewald (Munich/DE), J. Müller (Garching/DE)
B. Hense (Neuherberg/DE), N. Obeng (Kiel/DE), B. Stecher (Munich/DE)
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719/MCBP
720/MCBP
721/MCBP
722/MCBP
First in – first out – Phenotypic memory couples entry and exit from bacterial
dormancy in Bacillus subtilis
A. Mutlu (Marburg/DE), M. Ziesack (Heidelberg/DE), S. Trauth
I. Bischofs (Marburg, Heidelberg/DE)
Flagellar instability-driven escape mechanism for trapped bacteria
M. Kühn (Giessen/DE), F. Schmidt, B. Eckhardt (Marburg/DE)
K. Thormann (Giessen/DE)
Single-cell quantification of ribosomes with super-resolution microscopy
S. Matamouros, T. Gensch, I. Abdollahzadeh, C. Sachs, J. Hendriks
K. Nöh, M. Bott (Juelich/DE)
Minor pilins and PilY1 proteins in type IV pili-dependent motility in
Myxococcus xanthus
A. Treuner-Lange (Marburg/DE)
Characterization of small proteins in E. coli and Salmonella
E. Venturini (Wuerzburg/DE)
Microbial Diversity and Evolution (MDE)
723/MDEP
A new Rhizobium species with a high intra-species diversity isolated from the
permanent grassland of the environmental monitoring and climate impact
research station in Linden, Giessen, Germany.
E. L. Aydogan (Giessen/DE), H.-J. Busse (Vienna/AT), G. Moser, C. Müller
P. Kämpfer, S. P. Glaeser (Giessen/DE)
724/MDEP
Streptococcus dysgalactiae isolated from human and animal clinical cases:
Are the subspecies differentiation criteria still accurate?
M. Ciszewski, E. Szewczyk (Lodz/PL)
725/MDEP
726/MDEP
Diversity and dynamics of Staphylococcus aureus during chronic airway
infection of cystic fibrosis patients
L. Ueberhorst, T. Thissen, B. Husmann, S. Deiwick, H. Rengbers, A. Dübbers
C. Kessler, J. Große-Onnebrink, P. Küster, H. Schültingkemper
B. Kahl (Muenster/DE)
High diversity of marine Actinobacteria from Easter Island, Chile
I. Sottorff, J. Wiese, J. F. Imhoff (Kiel/DE)
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728/MDEP
729/MDEP
730/MDEP
731/MDEP
732/MDEP
Applying PacBio SMRT sequencing for rapid identification and differentiation
of bacterial strains
S. Krahn (Giessen/DE), C. Heiner, R. Hall, S. Oh (Menlo Park, CA/US)
A. Vilcinskas (Giessen/DE), J. Glaeser (Giessen, Frankfurt a. M./DE)
Phylogenetic analysis of prevalent tuberculosis and non-tuberculosis
Mycobacteria in Isfahan, Iran, based on a 360 bp sequence of the rpoB Gene
B. Nasr Esfahani (Isfahan/IR)
Heterogeneous toxin production promotes success in two-strain bacterial competition
B. von Bronk, S. Schaffer, M. Opitz (Munich/DE)
Reconciliation of mathematical modelling using tetranucleotide usage patterns
with whole bacterial genomes to solve phylogenomic problem
X. Yu, O. Reva (Sandton/ZA)
Intraclonal fitness of isolates of the major Pseudomonas aeruginosa clones
and isolates from CF patients
S. Fischer, N. Cramer, J. Klockgether, S. Hedtfeld, M. Dorda, L. Wiehlmann
B. Tümmler (Hanover/DE)
Rodentibacter gen. nov. including Rodentibacter pneumotropicus comb. nov.,
Rodentibacter heylii sp. nov. and 5 more species and 2 genomospecies
H. Christensen, S. Adhikary (Frederiksberg/DK), W. Nicklas (Heidelberg/DE)
M. Bisgaard (Frederiksberg/DK), R. Boot (Frederiksberg/DK; Utrecht/NL)
P. Kuhnert (Bern/CH), T. Waberschek, B. Aalbæk, B. Korczak (Heidelberg/DE)
733/MDEP
Streptococcus tigurinus is frequent among gtfR-negative S. oralis isolates and
in the human oral cavity but highly virulent strains are uncommon
G. Conrads, S. Barth, M. Möckel, L. Lenz, M. van der Linden
K. Henne (Aachen/DE)
734/MDEP
Systematics – Towards an organism based system
B. J. Tindall (Braunschweig/DE)
735/MDEP
Evolution of host-microbe interactions – Curvibacter sp., the dominant Hydra
colonizer
T. Wein (Kiel/DE)
736/MDEP
Acquisition of the capsule locus by horizontal gene transfer in Neisseria
meningitidis is often accompanied by the loss of UDP-GalNAc synthesis
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Microbial Pathogenesis (MP)
737/MPP
Analysis of gene expression in Acinetobacter baumannii under stress
conditions using reporter gene assays
S. Zeidler, J. Hubloher, A. L. Siemund, V. Müller
B. Averhoff (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
738/MPP
The role of phospholipase A PlbF of Pseudomonas aeruginosa for virulence
C. H. Strunk, M. Caliskan, F. Bleffert, J. Granzin (Juelich/DE), M. Siebers
P. Dörmann (Bonn/DE), L. Rahme (Boston, MA/US), R. Batra-Safferling
K.-E. Jaeger, F. Kovacic (Juelich/DE)
740/MPP
Characterization of the novel cysteine protease EspL of
enteropathogenic E. coli
A. K. Riebisch, P. Dersch, S. Mühlen (Braunschweig/DE)
741/MPP
742/MPP
Mechanisms of the adaption and persistence of Yersinia enterocolitica
C. Schmühl, A. Nuss, A.-K. Heroven, M. Beckstette
P. Dersch (Braunschweig/DE)
Molecular analysis of regulatory factors and environmental signals controlling
secretion systems important for Yersinia virulence
V. Knittel, S. Seekircher, A.-K. Heroven, P. Dersch (Braunschweig/DE)
743/MPP
Toll-like receptor 2 activation depends on lipopeptide shedding by bacterial
surfactants
D. Hanzelmann (Tuebingen/DE), H.-S. Joo (Bethesda, MD/US)
M. Franz-Wachtel (Tuebingen/DE), T. Hertlein (Wuerzburg/DE)
S. Stevanovic, B. Macek, C. Wolz, F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE)
M. Otto (Bethesda, MD/US), D. Kretschmer, A. Peschel (Tuebingen/DE)
744/MPP
Characterization of the HD domain protein in Streptococcus pyogenes
G. Barkowsky, M. Schäfer, N. Dehn, B. Kreikemeyer
N. Patenge (Rostock/DE)
745/MPP
Interplay between chemotaxis protein CheM and SPI-4 components
modulates function of the SPI-4 encoded adhesin SiiE
S. Hoffmann, C. Schmidt, R. Gerlach (Wernigerode/DE)
746/MPP
Factors affecting optimal growth of Xanthomonas campesteris pv. vesicatoria
in plant apoplast
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747/MPP
Screening for protein-protein-interactions using a Staphylococcus aureus
specific protein microarray
P. Kloppot, M. Fuchs (Braunschweig/DE), E. Müller, R. Ehricht
A. Westphal, P. Zipfel (Jena/DE), M. Hecker (Greifswald/DE)
S. Engelmann (Braunschweig/DE)
748/MPP
Analysis of the host response upon infections with Acinetobacter baumannii
and Bartonella henselae using a human ex-vivo organ infection model
M. Zander, D. Schmidt, W. Ballhorn, M. Weidensdorfer, A. Reitter
V. Kempf (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
749/MPP
750/MPP
Topology mapping of the type three secretion export apparatus proteins
S. Zilkenat (Tuebingen/DE), T. Renault, M. Erhardt (Braunschweig/DE)
S. Wagner (Tuebingen/DE)
The role of SodM in long persisting Staphylococcus aureus clones from
cystic fibrosis airways
J. Treffon, D. Block (Muenster/DE), S. Reiss, S. Fuchs (Greifswald/DE)
N. Windmüller, L. Langhanki, A. Mellmann (Muenster/DE)
S. Engelmann (Braunschweig/DE), B. Kahl (Muenster/DE)
751/MPP
The relation of chronic persistent Staphylococcus aureus infection and
“neutrophil extracellular trap”-formation (NET) in the airways of cystic fibrosis
patients
S. Herzog, F. Dach, J. Treffon, L. Jahns, B. C. Kahl (Muenster/DE)
752/MPP
Hypoxia regulates type three secretion in Salmonella Typhimurium
S. Walter, R. Gerlach (Wernigerode/DE), J. Jantsch (Regensburg/DE)
753/MPPThe Legionella pneumophila protease ProA causes severe damage in human
lung tissue explants
S. Thiem, J. Tiefenau, J. Jäger (Braunschweig/DE)
S. Marwitz (Borstel, Giessen/DE), C. Kugler (Giessen, Grosshansdorf/DE)
T. Goldmann (Borstel, Giessen/DE), M. Steinert (Braunschweig/DE)
754/MPP
Development of a quick and robust Nanoluc-based type III secretion host cell
injection assay
S. Westerhausen, I. Grin, S. Wagner (Tuebingen/DE)
755/MPP
Panoramic view on Staphylococcus aureus biofilm physiology
A. Graf, S. Maaß, A. Leonard, M. Lalk, D. Becher, K. Riedel (Greifswald/DE)
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Characterization of isocitrate dehydrogenase Icd/Idh double knockout
mutation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa with respect to metabolism, virulence
and adaptation to CF Lung
M. Arnold (Frankfurt a. M./DE), N. Crummerl (Munich/DE)
A. Eichner (Regensburg/DE), V. Kempf (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
J. Heesemann (Munich/DE), O. Prazeres da Costa
M. Hogardt (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
757/MPP
758/MPP
Role of PGRS domain of PE_PGRS5 protein of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in
ER-stress mediated apoptosis
S. Grover, Y. Singh, T. Sharma, S. Kohli (New Delhi/IN), T. Semmler
L. H. Wieler, K. Tedin (Berlin/DE), N. Z. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN)
S. E. Hasnain (New Delhi, Hyderabad/IN)
Molecular and functional analysis of the exotoxin CNFY of Yersinia
pseudotuberculosis YPIII during infection
P. Chaoprasid, J. Schweer, W. Heine, S. Mühlen
P. Dersch (Braunschweig/DE)
759/MPP
Host membrane remodeling upon oxidative stress inhibits Shigella flexneri
infection
C. Tawk, J. Vogel, A. Eulalio (Wuerzburg/DE)
760/MPP
Comparative proteomic analyses of Sigma family across mycobacteria assert
their role in virulence and pathogenicity
K. Sharma, P. Gupta (New Delhi/IN), V. Raveendran (Kolkata/IN), J. A. Sheikh
N. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN), S. Hasnain (New Delhi, Hyderabad/IN)
761/MPP
Influence of SigB on regulation of virulence factors of Staphylococcus
saprophyticus
J. Busse, M. Korte-Berwanger, S. G. Gatermann (Bochum/DE)
762/MPP
A chloride dependent mannitol-1-phosphate dehydrogenase/phosphatase in
the opportunistic pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii
P. König, S. Zeidler, V. Müller (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
763/MPP
A novel role of a major cell wall glycopolymer in Staphylococcus aureus
virulence
S. Wanner, J. Schade, D. Keinhörster, S. E. George, C. Wolz (Tuebingen/DE)
J. Kolata (Utrecht/NL), D. Kretschmer (Tuebingen/DE)
B. Bröker (Greifswald/DE), C. Weidenmaier (Tuebingen/DE)
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Role of betaine/choline/carnitine transporters (BCCTs) in osmostress
protection of Acinetobacter baumannii
J. Breisch (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
I. Waclawska-Krzeminski (Frankfurt a. M., Regensburg/DE)
B. Averhoff (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
765/MPP
Antibactericidal activity of C6-ceramide and C6-ceramide analogs against the
Gram-negative bacterium N. meningitidis
J. Becam, A. Burgert, T. Walter, M. Sauer, J. Seibel
A. Schubert-Unkmeir (Wuerzburg/DE)
766/MPP
Functionality of a holin-endolysin cassette within a pathogenicity island of
Yersinia enterocolitica
K. Springer (Freising/DE), T. M. Fuchs (Freising, Jena/DE)
767/MPP
Structural characterization of a multi-functional virulence factor of
Corynebacterium diphtheriae
C. Azevedo Antunes, D. Weerasekera (Erlangen/DE),
I. Henderson (Birmingham/GB), A. L. Mattos Guaraldi (Rio de Janeiro/BR)
A. Burkovski (Erlangen/DE)
768/MPP
Generation and functional characterization of a Salmonella Typhimurium
mutant lacking seven methyl-accepting chemotaxis genes
S. Hoffmann, C. Schmidt, S. Walter, J. K. Bender
R. G. Gerlach (Wernigerode/DE)
769/MPP
Regulatory mechanisms of staphylococcal persistence
A. Siegmund (Muenster/DE), F. Gratani, C. Wolz (Tuebingen/DE)
S. Niemann (Muenster/DE), B. Löffler, L. Tuchscherr (Jena/DE)
770/MPP
Staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis – from sepsis to hematogenous chronic
bone infections
C. Pöllath, B. Löffler, L. Tuchscherr de Hauschopp (Jena/DE)
771/MPP
In vivo analysis of the assembly of the complete type III secretion needle complex
N. Singh, T. Dietsche, S. Wagner (Tuebingen/DE)
772/MPP
Shiga-like toxin as a novel virulence factor in Corynebacterium diphtheriae
and Corynebacterium ulcerans
D. Weerasekera (Erlangen/DE)
C. Azevedo Antunes (Rio de Janeiro/BR; Erlangen/DE)
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Excreted cytoplasmic proteins contribute to pathogenicity in
Staphylococcus aureus
P. Ebner, J. Rinker, A. Luqman, P. Popella, S. Reichert
F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE)
774/MPP
Identification of novel phospholipases A in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
A. J. Weiler, C. H. Strunk, F. Kovacic, K.-E. Jaeger (Juelich/DE)
775/MPP
Proteomic analyses reveal an extensive impact of Salmonella-induced
filaments on the nutritional supply inside the SCV
J. Noster (Osnabrueck/DE), T.-C. Chao (Regina/CA), T. Reuter, M. Hensel
N. Hansmeier (Osnabrueck/DE)
776/MPP
VraH of Staphylococcus aureus contributes to AMP resistance and
pathogenicity
P. Popella, S. Krauss, P. Ebner, M. Nega, F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE)
777/MPP
The stringent response in Neisseria meningitidis and the role of RelA in
meningococcal colonization and virulence
L. V. Hagmann, B. Joseph, B. Conrad, C. Schoen (Wuerzburg/DE)
778/MPP
Adaptation mechanisms of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae to its persistent
life form in swine
J. Frömbling, E. L. Sassu, J. Spergser, T. Grunert, I. Hennig-Pauka
M. Ehling-Schulz (Vienna/AT)
779/MPP
The role of Salmonella Pathogenicity Island 2 (SPI2) in the course of neonatal
Salmonella infections
K. van Vorst (Berlin, Hanover/DE), A. Dupont, K. Zhang (Aachen/DE)
C. Pfarrer (Hanover/DE), U. Repnik, G. Griffiths (Oslo/NO)
M. Hensel (Osnabrueck/DE), P. Valentin-Weigand (Hanover/DE)
M. Hornef (Aachen/DE), M. Fulde (Berlin/DE)
780/MPP
Screening of cell line infectivity among various Salmonella isolates of human,
cattle, swine and chicken origin
M. Burdukiewicz, A. Mikołajczyk (Wrocław/PL), I. Szabo (Berlin/DE)
A. Böhm, J. Nitschke, P. Schierack, R. Kolenda (Senftenberg/DE)
781/MPP
Analyzing brush border effacement during invasion of Salmonella
Typhimurium in polarized epithelial cells by correlative light and electron
microscopy
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782/MPP
Pathophysiological role of the nucleoside substrate-binding protein PnrA
of Streptococcus pneumoniae
M. Abdullah, F. Jennert, T. Kohler, L. Petruschka (Greifswald/DE)
M. T. Batuecas, R. Molina, J. A. Hermoso (Madrid/ES)
S. Hammerschmidt (Greifswald/DE)
783/MPP
784/MPP
785/MPP
786/MPP
787/MPP
The impact of oxygen limitation on the secretome of Pseudomonas
aeruginosa
A. Schmidt, E. Schäfer, C. Rother, I. Droste-Borel, B. Macek
S. Schwarz (Tuebingen/DE)
788/MPP
789/MPP
Intrinsically unstructured PE/PPE family proteins of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis – Evidence of role in pathogenesis via molecular mimicry
J. Ahmad (New Delhi/IN), A. Farhana (AL/US), R. Pancsa (Cambridge/GB)
A. Srinivasan, A. K. Tyagi (New Delhi/IN), M. M. Babu (Cambridge/GB)
N. Z. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN), S. E. Hasnain (New Delhi, Hyderabad/IN)
158
The human pathogenic fungus Aspergillus fumigatus counteracts
phagolysosomal vATPase asssembly by interference with flotillin-dependent
rafts through conidial DHN melanin
F. Schmidt, H. Schmidt, A. Thywißen, M. Röcker, T. Heinekamp (Jena/DE)
S. G. Filler (Torrance, CA/US), A. A. Brakhage (Jena/DE)
The heterogeneity of fibrinogen binding in Staphylococcus lugdunensis is due
to capsular polysaccharides and a frame shift mutation in the fbl gene
L. Marlinghaus, C. Lemke, M. Mucke, J. Ameln
S. G. Gatermann (Bochum/DE)
Analysis of Corynebacterium diphtheriae macrophage interaction reveals
dispensability of mycolic acids and leads to the identification of a new gene
involved in synthesis of the mycolic acid layer
L. Bäumer, A. Burkovski (Erlangen/DE), A. Bhatt (Birmingham/GB)
V. Sangal (Newcastle upon Tyne/GB)
Lysozyme triggers biofilm formation of Streptococcus gallolyticus subsp.
gallolyticus
I. Grimm, J. Dreier, C. Knabbe, T. Vollmer (Bad Oeynhausen/DE)
Functional interaction between Mycobacterium tuberculosis RipA, an invasion
associated secretory protein, and MoxR1
M. Bhuwan (New Delhi/IN), S. E. Hasnain (New Delhi, Hyderabad/IN)
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790/MPP
791/MPP
792/MPP
793/MPP
794/MPP
Mycobacterium tuberculosis signature proteins – Characterisation and
immune validation as a novel vaccine candidate
J. Ahmad, J. A. Sheikh (New Delhi/IN), S. A. Rahman (Hinxton/GB)
S. K. Arora, S. E. Hasnain, N. Z. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN)
Analyses of methyltransferases across the pathogenicity spectrum of different
mycobacterial species point to an extremophile connection.
S. Ali, S. Grover, P. Gupta, P. S. Kahlon (Delhi/IN), S. Goyal
A. Grover (New Delhi/IN), K. Dalal (Delhi/IN)
N. Z. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN), S. E. Hasnain (Delhi, Hyderabad/IN)
Characterization of hypothetical Methyltransferases of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis and analysis of their role in virulence
S. Ali, A. Ehtram (Delhi/IN), N. Z. Ehtesham (New Delhi/IN)
S. E. Hasnain (Delhi, New Delhi, Hyderabad/IN)
No evidence for a bovine mammary E. coli pathotype
A. Leimbach (Muenster/DE), A. Poehlein (Goettingen/DE)
J. Vollmers (Braunschweig/DE), R. Daniel, U. Dobrindt (Muenster/DE)
Characterization and clonal association of an endemic MDR plasmid of
S. Infantis in Hungary
A. Szmolka (Budapest/HU), M. Szabó, J. Kiss (Getterle/HU)
J. Pászti (Budapest/HU), F. Olasz (Gödöllö/HU), B. Nagy (Budapest/HU)
795/MPP
Peptides inhibitors targeting the Neisseria gonorrhoeae pivotal anaerobic
respiration factor, AniA, for the development of alternative treatments against
gonorrhea
A. Sikora, R. Mills, J. Weber, B. Passow (Corvallis, OR/US)
A. Hamza (Lexington, KY/US), A. Romaine (Corvallis, OR/US), Z. Williamson
R. Reed (Lexington, KY/US), R. Zielke (Corvallis, OR/US)
K. Korotkov (Lexington, KY/US)
796/MPP
Zinc assimilation by the human fungal pathogen Candida albicans
D. Wilson (Aberdeen/GB)
797/MPP
Identification and investigation of drug-resistant yeast species isolated from
the skin of patients with acne clinical protests referred to the dermatology clinic
A. Nasrollahi Omram (Tonekabon/IR)
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Genotypic and phenotypic characteristics and biofilm formation of human
clinical Escherichia coli isolates
J. Schiebel (Senftenberg/DE)
799/MPP
Bacterial ligase SopA ubiquitinates and degrades host ligases TRIM56 and
TRIM65 to regulate pro-inflammatory pathways during Salmonella infection
E. Fiškin (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
Infection Epidemiology and Population Genetics (FG MS)
800/MSP
Molecular epidemiological analyses of rabies lyssavirus full genome
sequences by means of phylogenetic methods in combination with affinity
propagation clustering
S. Fischer, T. Homeier-Bachmann, F. J. Conraths (Greifswald - Island Riems/DE)
801/MSP
High variability of Staphylococcus aureus strains causing wound infection
among street children dwelling in Mwanza city streets in Tanzania
N. Moremi (Wuerzburg/DE), M. Hingi, H. Claus, U. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
S. E. Mshana
802/MSP
Molecular epidemiology of mutations in antimicrobial resistance loci of
Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates from cystic fibrosis airways
L. Greipel, S. Fischer, J. Klockgether, M. Dorda, S. Mielke, L. Wiehlmann
N. Cramer, B. Tümmler (Hanover/DE)
803/MSP
804/MSP
805/MSP
Genome-wide association studies for predicting complex antibiotic resistance
from NGS data
R. Weber, S. Fuchs, F. Layer, G. Werner, B. Strommenger (Wernigerode/DE)
Molecular epidemiology of vancomycin resistant enterococci in outbreak
settings – Are SNP analyses an option?
S. Kampmeier, A. Pettke, J. Schmitz, S. Bletz, A. Mellmann
A. Kossow (Muenster/DE)
Molecular biodiversity of drug sensitive and multridrug resistant
Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Bulgaria: 2007–2016
S. Panaiotov, E. Bachiyska, S. Yordanova, Y. Atanasova, Y. Todorova
V. Levterova, N. Brankova, I. Simeonovski (Sofia/BG)
A. Karcheva (Pleven/BG), G. Refregier, C. Sola (Paris/FR)
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807/MSP
808/MSP
809/MSP
A descriptive study on severe acute respiratory infections and influenza cases
in Iran during seasonal flu epidemic of 2015-16
M. M. Gouya, P. Hemmati, M. Nabavi (Tehran/IR), K. Seif Farahi (Toronto/CA)
J. Ahmadi, R. Baiat, M.-N. Dadras, F. Rezaei, M. Soroush, H. Akbari (Tehran/IR)
Estimation of influenza and severe acute respiratory illness incidence
(burden) in three provinces of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 2012–2013
P. Hemmati, M. M. Gouya (Tehran/IR), A. A. Haghdoost (Kerman/IR)
J. Ahmadi (Tehran/IR), K. Seif Farahi (Toronto/CA), R. Baiat, M. Nabavi
E. Mostafavi, T. Mokhtari Azad, F. Rezaei, H. Akbari, E. Bitaraf, H. Riazi
M.-N. Dadras, M. Soroush (Tehran/IR), H. Barati, H. Shakoori (Karaj/IR)
M. Rezvani (Zanjan/IR), J. Bathaei (Hamedan/IR)
Influence of simulated microgravity on B. subtilis biofilms
F. M. Fuchs (Cologne/DE), G. Holland, K. Madela (Berlin/DE)
C. Falcón García (Garching/DE), R. Hemmersbach (Cologne/DE)
M. Laue (Berlin/DE), O. Lieleg (Garching/DE), R. Moeller (Cologne/DE)
Development and evaluation of a novel vaccine against neoteric serotypes of
Streptococcus pneumoniae prevalent in Egypt
R. Bahy, H. Hamouda, A. Shahat (Giza/EG), A. Yassin, M. Amin (Cairo/EG)
Phage and CRISPR (PC)
810/PCP
A novel phage phiE72 – An alternative therapeutic against Staphylococcus
epidermidis infection and a potential research tool
X. Du (Tuebingen/DE), V. Winstel (Chicago, IL/US), P. Kühner, Y.-D. Stierhof
A. Peschel (Tuebingen/DE)
811/PCP
Isolation, characterisation and genomic analysis of bacteriophages against
ESKAPE pathogens
J. Wittmann, I. Schmidt, B. Bunk, C. Spröer, M. Rohde
C. Rohde (Braunschweig/DE)
812/PCP
An accessory wall teichoic acid glycosyltransferase protects Staphylococcus
aureus from the lytic activity of Podoviridae
D. Gerlach, X. Li, X. Du (Tuebingen/DE), J. Larsen
M. Stegger (Copenhagen/DK), P. Kühner, A. Peschel (Tuebingen/DE)
G. Xia (Tuebingen/DE; Manchester/GB), V. Winstel (Tuebingen/DE)
813/PCP
Bacteria – Phage interaction and the impact of Quorum sensing
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A novel strategy for exploitation of host RNase E activity by a marine
cyanophage
C. Steglich (Freiburg i. Br./DE), D. Stazic (Freiburg i. Br., Stuttgart/DE)
I. Pekarski (Haifa/IL), M. Kopf (Freiburg i. Br./DE), D. Lindell (Haifa/IL)
815/PCP
Development of phage integration vectors for Francisella tularensis
H. Tlapák, K. Rydzewski, K. Köppen, K. Heuner (Berlin/DE)
816/PCP
Regulatory interactions of Corynebacterium glutamicum and its prophages
M. Hünnefeld, E. Pfeifer, J. Frunzke (Juelich/DE)
817/PCP
Assembly and activity of a minimal Type I-F CRISPR-Cas system
H. Müller-Esparza (Marburg/DE)
Microbiota, Probiota and Host (FG PW)
818/PWP
819/PWP
820/PWP
821/PWP
822/PWP
The probiotic E. coli strain Nissle 1917 inhibitis Shiga Toxin production in
EHEC and protects E. coli K-12 strains against stx-phage infection
S. Bury, T. Oelschlaeger (Wuerzburg/DE)
823/PWP
Differential cellular response (miRNAs, cytokines) of intestinal epithelial T84
and monocytic THP-1 cells to apical or basolateral infection by probiotic E.coli
Nissle or enteropathogenic E.coli
H. Sabharwal, M. A. Schmidt, C. Cichon (Muenster/DE)
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Transcriptome analysis of E. coli Nissle 1917 in various conditions
M. Soundararajan, T. Ölschläger (Wuerzburg/DE)
Investigation of sex-specific and sibling-related differences in the murine
microbiota across body sites
A. Schöler, A. Nayerova, M. Kostric (Neuherberg/DE)
S. Krauss-Etschmann (Borstel/DE), M. Schloter (Neuherberg/DE)
Purity makes the difference – Strategy of using LPS in Galleria mellonella
R. Parusel, A. Schäfer, J.-S. Frick (Tuebingen/DE)
Gastric bypass surgery markedly perturbs the community structure and the
functional composition of the intestinal microbiota
S. Haange, N. Jehmlich, C. Hintschich, M. Hankir (Leipzig/DE)
F. Seyfried (Wuerzburg/DE), W. Fenske, M. von Bergen (Leipzig/DE)
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Role of virulence factors, immune system and microbiota derived colonization
resistance in Yersinia enterocolitica infection
J. Geißert, S. Beier, E. Bohn, M. Schütz, D. Huson
I. B. Autenrieth (Tuebingen/DE)
825/PWP
Intestinal microbiota from broilers is shaped by substrate and end product of
fermentation
K. Burbach, D. Borda-Molina, E. Galster, S. Möhrmann (Stuttgart/DE)
G. Matis, Z. Neogrady (Budapest/HU), K. Huber, A. Camarinha-Silva
J. Seifert (Stuttgart/DE)
826/PWP
827/PWP
828/PWP
829/PWP
Role of intestinal microbiota on gut barrier, metabolic function and
inflammation in a humanized mouse model of diet-induced obesity
V. Schüppel (Freising/DE), A. Hartstra (Amsterdam/NL)
I. Lagkouvardos (Freising/DE), M. Nieuwdorp (Amsterdam/NL)
D. Haller (Freising/DE)
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Characteristics of the dormant blood microbiota of healthy individuals
S. Panaiotov, G. Filevski (Sofia/BG), M. Equestre (Rome/IT), E. Nikolova
R. Kalfin (Sofia/BG)
Strong antibacterial effect of non-antibiotic drugs on human gut commensals
L. Maier (Heidelberg/DE)
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830/RKP
831/RKP
832/RKP
833/RKP
Corynebacterium spp. nasal carriage in elderly people in Germany
B. Teutsch, A. Berger, D. Marosevic (Oberschleissheim/DE)
T.-T. Lâm (Wuerzburg/DE), S. Beer (Koblenz/DE), N. Ackermann
S. Hörmansdorfer (Oberschleissheim/DE), H. Klaus (Wuerzburg/DE)
M. van der Linden (Aachen/DE), U. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
A. Sing (Oberschleissheim/DE)
834/RKP
Serogroup W meningococcal disease in Germany
H. Claus, T.-T. Lâm, U. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
Report of the National Reference Laboratory for Multidrug-Resistant
gram-negative bacteria on Carbapenemases in Germany in 2016
N. Pfennigwerth, A. Anders, M. Korte-Berwanger, F. Lange, M. Kaase
S. G. Gatermann (Bochum/DE)
Establishment of the measurement of serum bactericidal antibodies after
vaccination against serogroup B meningococci
H. Claus, U. Vogel (Wuerzburg/DE)
Investigation of Vibrio cholerae non-O1, non-O139 isolated from
environmental sources and from food in Germany
K. Schwartz, N. Bier, F. Schirmeister, A. Konietzny, E. Strauch (Berlin/DE)
Regulation and Signal Transduction in Prokaryotes (FG RS)
835/RSP
Conversion of adrenaline by Vibrio cholerae to adrenochrome, a novel
effector molecule
J. Steuber, C. Toulouse (Stuttgart/DE)
836/RSP
Functional important interaction sites of the nitrate sensor NreA of
Staphylococcus carnosus
C. Barth, G. Unden (Mainz/DE)
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837/SMP
Genomic and metabolomic analysis of Termitomyces sp., the fungal mutualist
of Macrotermitinae
N. Kreuzenbeck (Jena/DE), V. Challinor, H. Hu, S. Otani
M. Poulsen (Copenhagen/DK), C. Beemelmanns (Jena/DE)
838/SMP
Studies on the composition of ClpP complexes and their ADEP sensitivity in
Streptomyces hawaiiensis NRRL 15010
D. Thomy, L. Reinhardt, D. Thomy, P. Sass, H. Brötz-Oesterhelt (Tuebingen/DE)
839/SMP
Development of reporter strains for the identification of novel antibacterial
agents
K. Wex, A. Berscheid, H. Brötz-Oesterhelt (Tuebingen/DE)
840/SMP
Characterization of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa c-di-GMP binding protein
FlgZ that interferes with bacterial motility
S. Bense, J. Düvel, S. Häußler (Braunschweig/DE)
841/SMP
Cryo preservation techniques for secondary metabolite producing eukaryotes
S. Schmidt, M. Schramm, I. Mannott, A. Labes (Flensburg/DE)
842/SMP
Neurochemical production in genus Staphylococcus by aromatic amino acid
decarboxylase
A. Luqman, P. Stange, M. Nega, M. T. Nguyen, P. Ebner, S. Grond
F. Götz (Tuebingen/DE)
843/SMP
844/SMP
845/SMP
Antibiotic acyldepsipeptides vary in activating ClpP from different bacteria
N. Silber, P. Sass, H. Brötz-Oesterhelt (Tuebingen/DE)
Exploiting termite nest microbiomes for antibiotic discovery by using an
ultra-high throughput Microfluidics/FACS driven pipeline
J. Glaeser (Giessen/DE), M. Oberpaul, M. Nguyen, T. Stadler
J. Fracowiak (Giessen, Frankfurt a. M./DE), R. Plarre (Berlin/DE)
P. Hammann (Frankfurt a. M./DE), A. Vilcinskas (Giessen/DE)
Biosynthetic and regulatory analyses of the novel and unique volatile
compound sodorifen emitted by Serratia plymuthica species
N. Magnus (Rostock/DE), D. Domik (Minneapolis, MN/US)
S. von Reuß (Neuchâtel/CH), B. Piechulla (Rostock/DE)
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847/SMP
848/SMP
849/SMP
850/SMP
Pseudoxylallemycins A–F, cyclic tetrapeptides with rare allenyl modifications
isolated from Pseudoxylaria sp. X802 – a competitor of fungus-growing
termite cultivars
H. Guo, P. Stephan, N. Kreuzenbeck, M. Garcia-Altares (Jena/DE)
S. Otani (Copenhagen/DK), H.-M. Dahse, C. Weigel (Jena/DE)
M. Poulsen (Copenhagen/DK), C. Beemelmanns (Jena/DE)
Functional and chemical analysis of Actinobacteria associated with
fungus-growing termites
R. Benndorf, H. Guo, E. Sommerwerk, C. Weigel (Jena/DE), S. Otani
M. Poulsen (Copenhagen/DK), C. Beemelmanns (Jena/DE)
Deciphering the melleolide biosynthesis pathway of Armillaria gallica
C. McElroy, S. Jennewein (Aachen/DE)
Structural prerequisites for enzymatic flavin-N5-oxide formation
R. S. Batcha (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
Investigation of the enzymatic formation of the griseorhodin A pharmacophore
B. Frensch (Freiburg i. Br./DE)
Symbiotic Interactions (FG SI)
851/SIP
Metagenome, metatranscriptome and exo-proteome analyses identify
molecular keys and main bacterial players involved in chlorophyta and
charophyta microalgae-bacteria interactions
I. Krohn-Molt, M. Alawi, D. Indenbirken, L. Burkhardt
M. Thieß-Jünger (Hamburg/DE), A. Wiegandt (Kiel/DE)
K. Förstner (Wuerzburg/DE), A. Grundhoff, J. Kehr (Hamburg/DE)
A. Tholey (Kiel/DE), W. R. Streit (Hamburg/DE)
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Construction and analysis of recombinant isobutanol-producing
Clostridium ljungdahlii strains
S. Weitz, F. Bengelsdorf, P. Dürre (Ulm/DE)
853/SMBP
Innovative downstream processing techniques for the production of
recombinant cytokines based on membrane adsorbers
A. Krüger, H. Piascheck (Hamburg/DE), V. Nölle
U. Odenthal (Bergisch Gladbach/DE), L. Villain (Goettingen/DE)
S. Beutel, T. Scheper (Hanover/DE), G. Antranikian (Hamburg/DE)
854/SMBP
Protein engineering to improve biocatalysts for novel biotechnological applications
M. Maier, K. S. Rabe (Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/DE)
855/SMBP
Caged compounds as light sensitive switches for the production of valuable
metabolites in biotechnology
F. Hilgers, D. Binder, C. Bier, F. Hogenkamp, A. Loeschcke, J. Pietruszka
K.-E. Jaeger, T. Drepper (Juelich/DE)
856/SMBP
Immobilization of biocatalysts for microfluidic reaction cascades
T. Peschke, K. Rabe, C. Niemeyer (Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/DE)
857/SMBP
Rhodobacter capsulatus as alternative microbial platform for terpenoid production
K. Troost, A. Loeschcke, K.-E. Jaeger, T. Drepper (Juelich/DE)
858/SMBP
859/SMBP
860/SMBP
861/SMBP
An esterase-based reporter system to analyze protein production in
extremophile hosts
F. Engel, L. Arnold, K. S. Rabe (Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/DE)
Functionalization of bacterial nanoparticles by genetic engineering and
surface display of peptides and reporter enzymes
F. Mickoleit, D. Schüler (Bayreuth/DE)
Exploring a new potential protein synthesis inhibitor in Streptomyces
aureofaciens TÜ1-01
F. Handel, W. Wohlleben, Y. Mast (Tuebingen/DE)
An antibiotic from „Microbial Dark Matter“ targets cell wall biosynthesis
C. Marx, P. Barac, G. König, T. Schneider (Bonn/DE)
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Development of catabolite repression deficient mutants strains of
C. acetobutylicum for ABE fermentation from hemicellulose material
J. Mueller (Freising/DE), C. Pires, N. Saunders (Uxbridge/GB), W. Liebl
A. Ehrenreich (Freising/DE)
863/SMBP
Antimicrobial synthetic cyclopeptides activity on Staphylococcus aureus
H. Rudilla, E. Fusté, S.-S. Eulalia (Hospitalet/ES)
F. Rabanal (Barcelona/ES), T. Vinuesa, M. Vinas (Hospitalet/ES)
864/SMBP
Deconvolution of luminescence cross-talk in high-throughput gene expression profiling
M. Mauri, S. Vecchione, G. Fritz (Marburg/DE)
865/SMBP
Marine microorganisms as degraders of cellulose may contribute to the
production of renewable biofuels
N. Wiese, R. Schmaljohann, I. Sottorff, A. Villalobos, A. V. Renuse
J. Wiese, J. F. Imhoff (Kiel/DE)
866/SMBP
Reduction of organic acids to alcohols in the thermophilic bacterium
Thermoanaerobacter sp. strain X514
M. Kuntz, F. Langschied, M. Basen (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
867/SMBP
Ethylenediamine-disuccinate ([S,S]-EDDS) from Amycolatopsis japonicum
S. Edenhart, M. Spohn, W. Wohlleben, E. Stegmann (Tuebingen/DE)
868/SMBP
Development of an enzyme cascade process for the production of chiral
β-amino acids
U. Engel, C. Lohman (Karlsruhe/DE)
869/SMBP
β-amino acid production by a hydrolase/transaminase enzyme cascade:
Increasing the stability of a β-transaminase by directed evolution
O. Buß (Karlsruhe/DE), K. Rabe (Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/DE)
J. Rudat (Karlsruhe/DE)
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Acetaldehyde metabolism of Acetobacterium woodii
D. Trifunovic, N. Berghaus, V. Müller (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
871/SMBP
Construction of G. oxydans strains for the production of L-erythrulose and
5-ketogluconate
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M. Richter, C. Sattler (Dresden/DE), R. K. Thauer (Marburg/DE)
M. Rother (Dresden/DE)
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A pyrE-based genetic system for the thermophilic syngas-fermenting
bacterium Thermoanaerobacter kivui
H. Laura, G. Irina, M. Volker, B. Mirko (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
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Dynamic process optimization in Biotechnology – using succinate production
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L. Kyselova, K. Bettenbrock (Magdeburg/DE)
875/SMBP
Genome-based comparison of Moorella thermoacetica strains and taxonomic
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A. Poehlein (Goettingen/DE), S. Redl (Hørsholm/DK), C. Esser
F. Bengelsdorf (Ulm/DE), T. Jensen, C. Jendresen (Hørsholm/DK)
P. Dürre (Ulm/DE), A. Nielsen (Hørsholm/DK), R. Daniel (Ulm/DE)
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Microbial proteins for the generation of 3D cell culture templates
N. Bodenberger, D. Kubiczek, A. Wittgens, F. Rosenau (Ulm/DE)
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Fundamental research of PHB metabolism in cyanobacteria for an increased
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M. Koch, W. Hauf, K. Forchhammer (Tuebingen/DE)
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A microbial photosensitizer protein as a potential anticancer drug
N. Bodenberger, D. Kubiczek, S. Nour El Din, F. Rosenau (Ulm/DE)
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Optimizing the 3-hyxdroxypropionate photorespiratory bypass for direct and
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P. Pfister, J. Zarzycki, T. Erb (Marburg/DE)
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Convertion of biomass from waste to platform chemicals
A. Schmidt, T. Klessing, J. Gescher (Karlsruhe/DE)
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Next generation rhamnolipids from renewable ressources
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Novel synthetic pathways for the assimilation of formate
S. Burgener (Marburg/DE), A. Bar-Even (Potsdam/DE)
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Impact of process parameters and impurities on syngas fermentation with
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F. Oswald, M. Zwick, C. Syldatk, A. Neumann (Karlsruhe/DE)
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Pyruvate formate-lyase enables efficient growth of Escherichia coli on acetate
and formate
S. Lindner, A. Bar-Even, C. Cotton (Potsdam/DE)
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Microbial long-chain alkane synthesis from rapeseed oil
S. Maurer, J. Schrader, M. Buchhaupt, H. Schewe
O. Albert (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
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Isolation and characterisation of Clostridium pasteurianum strains from
different habitats
D. Horne, R. Daniel, A. Poehlein (Goettingen/DE)
Activation of silent gene clusters from new unique Actinomycetes
J. Krause, W. Wohlleben, Y. Mast (Tuebingen/DE)
Establishment of an inducible promoter system for the obligate anaerobic
Acetobacterium woodii
M. H. Beck, F. R. Bengelsdorf, B. Schiel-Bengelsdorf, P. Dürre (Ulm/DE)
Organic acid production from renewable resources by Aspergillus oryzae
S. Dörsam, C. Syldatk, K. Ochsenreither (Karlsruhe/DE)
A comprehensive view into the transcriptional landscape of Gluconobacter
oxydans 621H
A. Kranz (Juelich/DE), T. Busche, J. Kalinowski (Bielefeld/DE), M. Bott
T. Polen (Juelich/DE)
Overproduction of hydrogen-dependent carbon dioxide reductase (HDCR) in
the thermophilic acetogenic bacterium Thermoanaerobacter kivui
M. Basen, P. Benner, I. Geiger, H. Dietrich, V. Müller (Frankfurt a. M./DE)
Characterisation of heterologous gene transcription and translation by an
on‑line monitoring system in vivo
S. Wagner, M. Ziegler, A. Kremling, K. Pflüger-Grau (Garching/DE)
Understanding CO2 binding and activation in reductive carboxylases
G. Stoffel, T. Erb (Marburg/DE)
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J.-W. Youn (Stuttgart/DE), S. Behnken, J. Magnus
G. Jäger (Leverkusen/DE), G. Sprenger (Stuttgart/DE)
Zoonoses (FG ZO)
895/ZOP
Analysis of heavy metal compounds triggering the success of MRSA CC398
in healthcare settings
S. van Alen (Muenster/DE), R. Köck (Muenster, Oldenburg/DE), E. Idelevich
G. Peters, U. Kaspar, K. Becker (Muenster/DE)
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Analysis of the Porcine Nasal Culturome with special regard to
Livestock-Associated Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (LA-MRSA)
Colonization – an update
A. Schlattmann, K. von Lützau, U. Kaspar, G. Peters, K. Becker (Muenster/DE)
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In vitro activity of a recombinant chimeric bacteriophage endolysin against
livestock associated methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus
U. Kaspar, J. A. De Haro Sautto, G. Peters (Muenster/DE)
A. S. Scherzinger (Bernried/DE), E. A. Idelevich, K. Becker (Muenster/DE)
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Prepare for the rare – fast exchange of database entries for strengthening
MALDI-TOF MS diagnostics on the example of Streptobacillus
T. Eisenberg (Giessen/DE), J. Rau (Fellbach/DE)
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NGS-based analysis of AmpC-beta-lactamase CMY-2-producing Escherichia
coli from humans, livestock and food in Germany
M. Pietsch (Wernigerode/DE), A. Irrgang, N. Roschanski (Berlin/DE)
G. Brenner Michael (Neustadt-Mariensee/DE)
H. Rieber (Moenchengladbach/DE), A. Käsbohrer (Berlin/DE; Vienna/AT)
S. Schwarz (Neustadt-Mariensee, Berlin/DE), U. Rösler (Berlin/DE)
Y. Pfeifer, G. Werner (Wernigerode/DE)
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Tuberculosis among Swiss captive elephants: microevolution of
Mycobacterium tuberculosis characterized by MLVA genotyping and WGS
G. Ghielmetti, U. Friedel (Zuerich/CH), S. Gagneux (Basel/CH)
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Birds and deer in a zoological garden in Germany infected by different
Mycobacterium avium subsp. avium strain
P. Möbius (Jena/DE), G. Wibbelt (Berlin/DE), I. Moser, H. Köhler (Jena/DE)
C. A. Szentiks (Berlin/DE)
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The immunoglobulin binding protein EibG in Shiga toxin producing
Escherichia coli (STEC) is highly stable and the expression is regulated
comprehensive
D. Rubin, H. Karch, T. Kuczius (Muenster/DE)
903/ZOP
Characterization of opportunistic pathogens of the nasal cultural microbiome of
dog and cat owners vs. other participants of a German general population cohort
R. Koeck, F. Schaumburg (Muenster/DE), C. Fegeler (Heilbronn/DE)
A. W. Friedrich (Groningen/NL), K. Becker (Muenster/DE)
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Shiga toxin 2 binds antithrombin and heparin: Ancillary condition or key event
in Escherichia coli-induced HUS (eHUS)?
M. Berktold, L. Knabl, D. Orth-Höller, R. Würzner (Innsbruck/AT)
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Ammon, Andrea
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm
Tomtebodavägen 11a • 17165 Stockholm/SE
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Balaban, Nathalie
Hebrew University Jerusalem
Danciger B 08 • 91904 Jerusalem/IL
Bartfeld, Sina
Research Center for Infectious Diseases
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Blaser, Martin
NYU School of Medicine
Departments of Medicine and Microbiology
550 First Avenue, BCD 689 • 10016 New York, NY/US
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Camilli, Andrew
Tufts University
Molecular Biology & Microbiology
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Gilsdorf, Andreas
Robert-Koch-Institute Berlin
Department for Infectious disease epidemiology
Postfach 65 02 61 • 13302 Berlin/DE
Gottesman, Susan
National Institutes of Health
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
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MRC Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection Imperial College
Department of Medicine, South Kensington Campus, Flowers Building
SW7 2AZ London/GB
Hentschel Humeida, Ute
GEOMAR Helmholtz-Center for Ocean Research Kiel
Marine Microbiology
Düsternbrooker Weg 20 • 24105 Kiel/DE
Hughes, Diarmaid
Uppsala University
Department of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology
Uppsala biomedicinska centrum BMC, Husarg. 3 • 751 23 Uppsala/SE
Hung, Deborah
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Infectious Disease & Microbiome Program
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Lory, Stephen
Harvard Medical School
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur • 02115 Boston, MA/US
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Müller, Rolf
Helmholtz-Center for Infection Research
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Narberhaus, Franz
Ruhr-University Bochum
LS Biology of Microorganism
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Nelson, Karen E.
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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Prangishvili, David
Institut Pasteur
Department of Microbiology
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Raoult, Didier
Université Aix-Marseille
Unité de recherche sur les maladies infectieuses et tropicales émergentes - (URMITE)
IHU, Méditerrannée Infection
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Salmond, George
University of Cambridge
Department of Biochemistry
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Sorek, Rotem
Weizmann Institute of Science
Department of Molecular Genetics
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Stich, August
Missional-Medical Clinik Wuerzburg
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New enzymes and how to find them (Biotransformation 2)
Nestl, Bettina M. (Stuttgart/DE)
Calderini, Elia (Braunschweig/DE)
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Kupper, Maria (Vienna/AT)
Miller, Wolfgang (Vienna/AT)
Petersen, Jilian (Wuerzburg/DE)
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Wilking, Hendrik (Berlin/DE)
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Widder, Stefanie (Vienna/AT)
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Phenotyping in the genomic age (Identification and Systematics)
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A
Abdelwahab Hassan, M.
Abdullah, M.
Abu Laban, N.
Aguilar, C.
Ahmad, J.
Ailloud, F.
Akram, M.
Ali, S.
Alvarado, A.
Alzheimer, M.
Amirmozafari, N.
Ammon, A.
Andler, R.
Andreeßen, C.
Angelov, A.
Antelmann, H.
Arora, S. K.
Arslan, M.
Artelt, T.
Aydogan, E. L.
Azevedo Antunes, C.
Aziz, M.
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Babel, H.
Baddam, R.
Bai, L.
Baier, C.
Balaban, N.
Ballmann, P.
Bandow, J.
Bang, C.
Baradaran, H. R.
Baradaran Moghaddam, A.
Barber, A.
Bar-Even, A.
Bartfeld, S.
Barth, C.
Bartling, P.
Bartz, J.-O.
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124
62
142
112
68
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140
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135
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116
96
85
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Batcha, R. S.
Bats, S.
Bauer, L.
Bauerfeind, R.
Bäumer, L.
Bauriedl, S.
Bauwens, A.
Bayer, K.
Becam, J.
Beck, M. H.
Becker, K.
Becker, M.
Becker, S. L.
Beckmann, B.
Behringer, M.
Beier, N.
Beisel, C.
Bellack, A.
Bender, J.
Benevides Martins, G.
Bengtsson, M. M.
Benndorf, R.
Bense, S.
Benz, R.
Berberich, C.
Berg, I.
Berger, M.
Berger, P.
Berger, S.
Berghoff, B.
Bertsche, U.
Bhuwan, M.
Bischof, L. F.
Bischoff, M.
Bischofs, I.
Bittner, J.
Blango, M.
Blaschke, U.
Blaser, M.
Bletz, S.
Bluemel, B.
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131
97
158
128
97
113
156
170
71
128
52, 67
42, 129
129
134
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85
68
131
54
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165
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Bodenberger, N.
169 Busse, H.-J.
Boedeker, C.
149 Busse, J.
Böhm, K.
147 Büttner, C.
Bohn, E.
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Bok, E.
149 C
Borda Molina, D.
66 Calderini, E.
Borgmann, J.
42 Calomfirescu, D.
Born, J.
102, 149 Camilli, A.
Bornikoel, J.
149 Cania, B.
Both, A.
144 Cardinale, M.
Böttcher, J.
48 Carrillo-Barragan, P.
Böttcher, S.
90 Casas Pastor, D.
Boutin, S.
63 Centler, F.
Boy, D.
107 Chaoprasid, P.
Boysen, J. M.
114 Choong, F. X.
Bramkamp, M.
57 Chowdhury, R. S.
Brandt, C.
50, 86 Christensen, H.
Brauer, V.
54 Cichon, C.
Brauer, V. S.
54 Ciszewski, M.
Braun, P.
111 Clarici, A.
Brehm, J.
128 Claus, H.
Breisch, J.
156 Clavel, T.
Bretzel, G.
67 Conrads, G.
Brinks, E.
118 Cooper, J.
Brochado, A. R.
145 Cordovana, M.
Brouwer, E.-M.
104 Correa-Martinez, C.
Brüggemann, H.
66 Czieborowski, M.
Brugiroux, S.
73 Czolkoss, S.
Brunke, M.
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Brunke, S.
76 D
Buckel, W.
39, 52, 73, 121 Dahl, J.-U.
Budich, O.
107 Dallenga, T.
Bukina, Y.
140 Dandekar, T.
Burbach, K.
163 Daniel, R.
Burckhardt, I.
71 Das, S.
Burgener, S.
169 Davoudi, C.
Bürmann, F.
57 De Coninck, D.
Burrichter, A.
117 Deisinger, J.
Bury, S.
162 Deng, L.
Busch, A.
124 Denkel, L.
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162
141, 151
70
164
66
152
134
71
97
130
132
120
88
114
62
77
123
124
142
81
68
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Dersch, P.
Diehl, A.
Dienstbier, A.
Dietl, A.
Dietz, N.
Dinkelacker, A.
Dittmann, E.
Dolata, K.
Dong, X.
Donnert, M.
Dräger, A.
Dreesman, J.
Du, X.
Dumke, R.
Dunkelberg, H.
E
Ebensperger, C.
Eberlein, C.
Ebert, M.
Ebner, P.
Eck, J.
Eckl, D.
Eckmanns, T.
Eckstein, S.
Edenhart, S.
Egelkamp, R.
Ehling-Schulz, M.
Ehtram, A.
Eisenbart, S.
Eisenberg, T.
Eisenreich, W.
El Gohary, H.
Elias, J.
Eller, J.
Elpers, L.
Elshayeb, A.
Engel, F.
Engel, M.
Engel, U.
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H.
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Engels-Schwarzlose, S.
Engert, N.
Epple, S.
Erb, T.
Esken, J.
Esser, C.
Estibariz, I.
Esuola, C. O.
F
Faber, E.
Falke, D.
Fan, S.-H.
Feddersen, H.
Feichtmayer, J.
Felipe-López, A.
Fernandes Cunha Martins, T.
Fetsch, A.
Fiedler, A.
Fiedler, S.
Fiedler, T.
Finken, H.
Fiore, E.
Fischer, A.
Fischer, D.
Reinhard, F.
Fischer, S.
Fischer, W.
Fiškin, E.
Flieger, A.
Fogt, M.
Forchel, A. Forchhammer, K.
Forler, B.
Förstner, K.
Fösel, B. U.
Francis, T.
Franco, A.
Frangoulidis, D.
Franke, A.
Franke, T.
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in der Mikrobiologie
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127
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146
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131
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161
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142
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107
135
77, 116
90
120
82
118
87
152, 160
119
73, 160
98, 119
110
38
59
141
69, 124
40
110
107
48
115
122
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INDEX OF THE PRESENTING AUTHORS AND CHAIRS
Fraunholz, M.
Frensch, B.
Freund, I.
Frey, J.
Frhr. v. Boeselager, R.
Frickmann, H.
Friedrich, A.
Fritz, G.
Frömbling, J.
Frommeyer, B.
Frosch, M.
Frunzke, J.
Fuchs, F. M.
Fuchs, S.
Fuchs, T. M.
Fulde, M.
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139
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67
65
42, 93
157
109
39, 52, 53, 73
55
161
134
65
157
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Gabaldon, T.
Gagell, C.
Gajdiss, M.
Gauernack, S.
Gehringer, M.
Gehrmann-Janssen, C.
Geißert, J.
Gelaw, B.
Gencheva, S.
Gerhard, M.
Gerlach, C.
Gerlach, D.
Gerlach, R. G.
Gescher, J.
Ghielmetti, G.
Giacomelli, G.
Giese, A.
Gilsdorf, A.
Glaeser, J.
Glaeser, S.
Glaeser, S. P.
Goldbeck, O.
Goldenberg, O. Fußzeile_neu_Layout 1
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Gomes, S.
Goris, T.
Gorski, S.
Göser, V.
Gossens, A.
Gottesman, S.
Göttig, S.
Gouya, M. M.
Goyal, L.
Graf, A.
Graf, J.
Grafe, M.
Grassl, G.
Greiner-Haas, F.
Grekov, I.
Grießmeier, V.
Grimm, I.
Grobe, S.
Grohmann, D.
Gross, R.
Gruber, S.
Grünberg, A.
Gründel, A.
Guenther, S.
Guerra, P.
Gundolf, T.
Guo, H.
Guo, L.
Gutekunst, K.
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134
127
103
59
115
163
144
128
98
141
161
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40 Haange, S.
171 Haarmann, N.
147 Haase, G.
133 Hackbusch, S.
53 Hadjeras, L.
165 Hagen, R. M.
95 Hagmann, L. V.
112 Hahn, T.
96 Hajjaran, H.
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43
60
79
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106
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43
168
106
75
52
122
91
166
149
59
162
97
51, 87
108
61
86
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127
129
94, 119, 148
INDEX OF THE PRESENTING AUTHORS AND CHAIRS
Halfmann, A.
Hammerbacher, B.
Hammerl, J. A.
Hammerschmidt, S.
Hampe, I.
Hamza, E.
Handel, F.
Hänelt, I.
Hanzelmann, D.
Hasnain, S. E.
Häusler, S.
Hebecker, S.
Heermann, R.
Heider, J.
Heilers, J.
Heilmann, C.
Hein, S.
Heinrich, D.
Heinzmann, N.
Heipieper, H.
Heipieper, H. J.
Heise, J.
Helaine, S.
Hemmati, P.
Henning, L. A.
Hentschel Humeida, U.
Herrmann, M.
Hertlein, T.
Herzog, S.
Hess, W.
Hilbi, H.
Hilger, J.
Hilgers, F.
Hillion, M.
Himmel, M.
Hoang, M. T. N.
Hoffmann, S.
Hofreuter, D.
Hogardt, M.
Hör, J.
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J.
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45
114
48
167
44
73, 153
145
89
65
55
96
44
78
106
83
111
91
112
108
74
136, 161
110
74
38
88
154
84, 104
55
147
167
133
55
139
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79, 120
155
128
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Horne, D.
Hornef, M.
Hörömpöli, D.
Horvatek, P.
Horz, H.-P.
Huang, G.
Huber, M.
Hughes, D.
Hung, D.
Hünnefeld, M.
Hünniger, K.
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132
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80
102
126
89
74
162
140
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Imhoff, J. F.
Irmscher, S.
Ismail, W.
95
140
106
J
Jacobsen, I.
Jahn, M. T.
Jano, M. T.
Jansen, S.
Jarick, M.
Jendrossek, D.
Jermy, A.
Jeske, R.
Jiménez-soto, L. F.
Johswich, K.
Josenhans, C.
Julius Ngwa, C.
Jung, K.
Junghare, M.
Just, H.-M.
Just, S.
K
Kaempfer, P.
Kahler, C.
Kahnert, S.
Kai, M.
Kaimer, C.
Ihr Partner für die Automatisierung
in der Mikrobiologie
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40
135
117
142
57
72
105
79
109, 139
65, 119
76
44
91
86
66
56
152
97
40
150
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INDEX OF THE PRESENTING AUTHORS AND CHAIRS
Kaltenpoth, M.
Kampmeier, S.
Kantorek, J.
Kanwal, S.
Karl, M.
Karrasch, M.
Kaspar, U.
Kästle, C.
Kazemi Pour, N.
Kehl, K.
Keller, A.
Kempf, V.
Kemter, F.
Kendall, M.
Khaledi, A.
Khan, M. A.
Khani, A.
Kiel, M.
Killy, B.
Kirchhoff, L.
Klähn, S.
Klaper, K.
Klein, G.
Klockgether, J.
Kloppot, P.
Klotz, A.
Klütsch, D.
Knecht, C.
Knittel, V.
Knoke, L. R.
Koch, C.
Koch, M.
Koch, T.
Köck, R.
Koczula, A.
Koeck, R.
Köhler, J.
Kohlmorgen, B.
Kohn, T.
Kolenda, R.
Kommnick, C.
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43 König, P.
160 Kordes, A.
47 Koska, M.
65 Kossow, A.
117 Kostrzewa, M.
104, 140 Kovacic, F.
171 Krahn, S.
128 Krämer, C.
105 Krampen, L.
117 Kranz, A.
117 Krappmann, S.
75 Kraus, A.
82 Krause, J.
55 Krause, S.
125 Kreienbaum, M.
61 Kreuzenbeck, N.
129 Krewing, M.
63 Kristoficova, I.
88 Kröckel, L.
87 Krohn-Molt, I.
59 Kröninger, L.
138 Kroschwald, L.
129 Krüger, A.
95 Krumova, N.
154 Kruse, K.
59 Kruse, S.
131 Krysenko, S.
81 Kubiczek, D.
153 Kück, U.
131 Kuczius, T.
54 Kühbacher, A.
169 Kühn, M.
121 Kumar, A.
48 Kumari, N.
121 Kuntz, M.
172 Kupper, M.
138 Kurth, J.
67 Küsel, K.
109 Kyselova, L.
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65
170
87
149
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103
117
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148
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71
166
121
105
64, 167
121
131
91
122
104
87
172
88
151
144
46, 148
168
43
121
81
169
INDEX OF THE PRESENTING AUTHORS AND CHAIRS
L
La Rosa, R.
Laaß, S.
Labes, A.
Lam, T.-T.
Lang, R.
Laura, H.
Laux, C.
Lawson, P.
Layer, F.
Lee, C.
Lee, J.
Lehmann, M.
Leichert, L.
Leimbach, A.
Leistner, R.
Lemfack, M. C.
Lengfelder, I.
Lenk, F.
Leonhardt, I.
Li, X.
Liang, C.
Liesenfeld, O.
Lindgren, P.-E.
Lindner, S.
Link, H.
Lipinska, L.
Lipski, A.
Lisowski, C.
Loeschke, A.
Löffler, M. I.
Lohmeyer, M.
Lory, S.
Losensky, G.
Lubos, M.-L.
Lücking, G.
Lüder, C.
Ludt, K.
Lührmann, A.
Luqman, A.
47
126
165
75
88
169
142
56
145
123
115
123
140
69, 159
68, 80, 86
96
79
123
139
147
78
51
114
170
83
110, 147
56
85
56
122
51
74
103
117
147
76
102
77
165
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Magnus, N.
Mahto, T.
Maier, L.
Maier, L.-K.
Maier, M.
Manig, S.
Marchfelder, A.
Marischen, L.
Märker, R.
Marlinghaus, L.
Martin, R.
Marx, C.
Matamouros, S.
Matera, G.
Matschiavelli, N.
Mattner, F.
Maurer, F.
Maurer, S.
Maurischat, S.
Mazzaferro, L.
McELroy, C.
Meier, A.
Meinert, C.
Mejías Luque, R.
Melior, H.
Menendez, A.
Merga, K. A.
Mertens, K.
Mester, P.
Mettenleitner, T.
Metwaly, A.
Meyer, H.
Michel, A.-M.
Mickoleit, F.
Middendorf, B.
Miller, W.
Mingers, T. M.
Möbius, P.
Moeller, R.
Mogavero, S.
Mohammadi Nargesi, B.
Ihr Partner für die Automatisierung
in der Mikrobiologie
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153
163
103
167
131
84
139
87
158
76
167
151
130
111
68, 70, 89
142
170
119
64
166
107
44, 134
138
126
79
88
144
46, 146
69
79
98
127
167
97
43
122
171
107, 130
87
83
185
INDEX OF THE PRESENTING AUTHORS AND CHAIRS
Mohsin, M.
Moissl-Eichinger, C.
Moldovan, A.
Moore, E. R. B.
Moremi, N.
Mörk-Mörkenstein, M.
Mortensen, S.
Mueller, J.
Müller, H.
Müller, J.
Müller, K.
Müller, M.
Müller, N.
Müller, R.
Müller-Esparza, H.
Murray, H.
Mussmann, M.
Muth, K.
Mutlu, A.
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85
149
56
110, 160
150
141
168
113
81
61, 117
87
118
89
162
57
91
51
151
N
Naceradska, M.
Nagel, A.
Narberhaus, F.
Nasr Esfahani, B.
Nasrollahi Omram, A.
Nelson, K. E.
Nestl, B. M.
Neumann, A.
Neve, H.
Nevoigt, E.
Nguyen, M.-T.
Ngwa, C. J.
Nischler, E.
Nitzschke, A.
Njeru, C. R.
Norkowski, S.
Nossmann, M.
Noster, J.
Novohradska, S.
Nowaczyk, M. Fußzeile_neu_Layout 1
Nußbaum, P.
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Ochsenreither, K.
Oehmcke-Hecht, S.
Oetermann, S.
Ohlsen, K.
Ohmer, M.
Okoro, C.
Oleksy, M.
Opitz, M.
Oppermann, T.
Otchwemah, R.
Ouyang, W.
Overmann, J.
P
Paege, N.
Pamer, E.
Panaiotov, S.
Pannekens, M.
Papenfort, K.
Parey, K.
Parusel, R.
145 Patenge, N.
77 Patil, Y.
53 Pavlov, D.
152 Pecina, A.
159 Pekmezovic, M.
50 Pekova, S.
64 Perez, R.
170 Pernitzsch, S. R.
46 Peschek, N.
116 Peschke, T.
77 Pester, M.
76 Petersen, J.
146 Pezoldt, L.
94 Pfeifer, Y.
109 Pfeiffer, D.
117 Pfennigwerth, N.
115 Pfister, P.
157 Pflüger-Grau, K.
115 Philip, B.
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102 Piepenbreier, H.
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147
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81
143
111
69
58
50
160, 163
110
61
132
162
42
118
143
116
114
144
150
42
42
167
60
43
143
171
148
164
169
83
40
125
126
INDEX OF THE PRESENTING AUTHORS AND CHAIRS
Pimenova, M.
Pinecker, C.
Plachouras, D.
Poehlein, A.
Pöllath, C.
Poosch, F.
Popella, P.
Popp, C.
Popp, D.
Poppe, J.
Pranada, A. B.
Prangishvili, D.
Probandt, D.
Probst, A.
Probst, I.
Projahn, M.
Prokudina, L.
Prowe, S.
Pschibul, A.
Puxty, R.
42
115
70
169
156
117
157
76
124
118
71
69
110
54, 60
131
80
112
71, 105
115
59
Q
Quitzke, V.
R
Rabus, R.
Radchenko, D.
Rahman, Z.
Raina, S.
Raman, M.
Ramirez-Zavala, B.
Randau, L.
Raoult, D.
Rasch, J.
Raza, S.
Reder, A.
Refai, S.
Reiher, N.
Reinbold, M.
Reinhardt, A.
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C.
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Reuscher, C.
Reuter, J.
Reva, O.
Rhee, D.-S.
Rhie, M. N.
Richter, A.
Richter, M.
Riebisch, A. K.
Riedel, T.
Riege, K.
Riester, E.
Ringgaard, S.
Rischer, M.
Rismondo, J.
Rohde, H.
Rojas-Rengifo, D. F.
Rokhbakhsh Zamin, F.
Roschanski, N.
Rosen, K.
Rosskopf, S.
Röther, W. D.
Ruangkiattikul, N.
Ruben, S.
Ruckdeschel, K.
Rudat, J.
Rudel, T.
Rudner, D.
Rüger, M.
Rühl, P.
Rüter, C.
S
Sachs, C.
Saeedghalati, M.
Saile, N.
Salawu-Rotimi, A.
Saliba, A.-E.
Saliba, E.
Salm, F.
Salmond, G.
Sameith , J.
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96
73, 147
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138
168
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60, 81, 108
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INDEX OF THE PRESENTING AUTHORS AND CHAIRS
Santos, S.
130 Schwartze, V.
Sarkar-Tyson, M.
142 Schwarz, T. S.
Sauerbrei, B.
132 Seelmann, C. S.
Schabauer, A.
144 Seidel, K.
Schade, J.
155 Seidl, M.
Schäfer, M.
153 Seifert, J.
Schäfers, C.
125 Seiffert-Störiko, A.
Schäpe, P.
116 Seip, B.
Schäpe, S.
134 Selim, K.
Scheffen, M.
83 Sexauer, A.
Scheithauer, S.
46, 50, 53, 67, 80, 89 Sharma, C.
Schellenberg, J.
109 Sharma, K.
Schiebel, J.
160 Sharma, T.
Schierstaedt, J.
110 Sheikh, J. A.
Schinner, S.
142 Siebert, D.
Schlattmann, A.
171 Siegmund, A.
Schleheck, D.
91 Sievers, S.
Schleimer, N.
104 Sikora, A.
Schloter, M.
50 Silber, N.
Schmidt, A.
158, 169 Sing, A.
Schmidt, D.
105 Singh, N.
Schmidt, F.
158 Siscar-Lewin, S.
Schmidt, H.
146 Skorupa, P.
Schmidt, I.
84 Slavetinsky, C.
Schmitz-Streit, R.
53 Smits, S.
Schmühl, C.
153 Solbach, W.
Schnepel, C.
56 Song, H.-G.
Schnurr, M.
150 Sorek, R.
Schöler, A.
162 Sottorff, I.
Schöne, C.
103 Soundararajan, M.
Schorn, S.
40 Spadinger, A.
Schreiber, C.
86, 113 Sperlea, T.
Schreiber, F.
40, 135 Spielvogel, A.
Schubert-Unkmeir, A.
45, 150 Sprenger, G.
Schulze, M. H.
47 Spriewald, S.
Schulze-Hessing, I.
107 Springer, K.
Schüppel, V.
163 Stamm, I.
Schuster, D.
141 Steblau, N.
Schwab, C.
66 Stebner, A.
Schwabroch, T.
45 Stecher, B.
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164 Stecher-Letsch, B.
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Steglich, C.
Steglich, M.
Sterzenbach, T.
Stessl, B.
Steuber, J.
Stich, A.
Stoffel, G.
Stoll-Ziegler, K.
Strauß, L.
Strecker, A.
Streng, C.
Strommenger, B.
Strunk, C. H.
Suerbaum, S.
Suleiman, M.
Sunkavalli, U.
Surger, M.
Svensson, S.
Szafranska, A. K.
Szendy, M.
Szmolka, A.
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90, 132
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Taghi Hedayati, M.
Tan, H. S.
Taraba, D.
Tawk, C.
Teichert, I.
Terfrüchte, M.
Terpitz, U.
Thiel, J.
Thiel, S.
Thiem, S.
Thoma, L.
Thöming, J. G.
Thomy, D.
Tindall, B. J.
Tlapák, H.
Toulouse, C.
Treffon, J.
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Trinchieri, G.
Troost, K.
Tschowri, N.
Tümmler, B.
Twittenhoff, C.
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Uebe, R.
Ueberhorst, L.
Ünal, C.
Urich, T.
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van Alen, S.
van der Kolk, N. J. H.
van der Linden, M.
van der Walt, A.
van Helmont, S.
van Pée, K.-H.
van Teeseling, M.
van Zandbergen, G.
Vecchione, S.
105 Vecerek, B.
119 Venturi, V.
123 Venturini, E.
155 Vidakovic, L.
58 Villalobos, A.
83 Villinger, D.
87 Vinas, M.
106 Vogel, J.
112 Vogel, U.
154 Vögeli, B.
52 Völkel, S.
143 Vollandt, D.
165 Vollmer, B.
152 Vollmers, J.
162 von Buttlar, H.
119 von Eiff, C.
154 von Müller, L.
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Wagener, J.
Wagner, Sab.
Wagner, Sam.
Wagner, T.
Waldminghaus, T.
Walter, S.
Walther, B.
Wang, H.
Wang, Y.
Watzer, B.
Weber, R.
Weerasekera, D.
Wegen, S.
Weidenmaier, C.
Weidt, M.
Weiler, A. J.
Wein, T.
Weis, S.
Weiß, E.
Weitz, S.
Weldearegay, Y. B.
Welte, C.
Wemheuer, B.
Wencker, F.
Wenning, M.
Wenzel, M.
Werler, K.
Wermser, C.
Werner, M.
Westerhausen, S.
Westermann, A.
Wetzel, D.
Wex, K.
Weyrauch, P.
Wibberg, D.
Widder, S.
Wiegand, S.
Wieland, U.
Wiese, J.
Wigneshweraraj, R.
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Wilking, H.
Will, V.
Willkomm, S.
Wilson, D.
Winter, K.
Wissig, J.
Witte, A. K.
Wittgens, A.
Wittmann, J.
Wolf, D.
Wolf, N.
Wolff, C.
Woop, A.
Wörner, S.
Würtz, M.
Würzner, R.
Wylensek, D.
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Xie, X.
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46
60
85
159
102
132
147
91, 111
161
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121
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97, 172
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Yamauchi , Y. Yassin, A.
Ye, X.
Yoon, H.
Youn, J.-W.
Yu, S.-H.
Yu, X.
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Zander, M.
Zautner, A. E.
Zecher, K.
Zeibich, L.
Zeidler, S.
Zelder, O.
Zenebe, Y.
Zilkenat, S.
Zilliges, Y.
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Zimmermann, S.
Zipperer, A.
Zuchantke, E.
Zühlke, D.
Zumkeller, C.
Zweigner, J.
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