P - Poster Session
Basic and Translational Science Posters

Monday July 02, 2018 | 16:30 to 17:30
Room: Hall 10 - Exhibition
Track: Basic Sciences and Translational Sciences


Prof. Bilkay Basturk, Turkey
Detection of donor-specific antibodies both in serum and cardiac allograft biopsy in heart transplant patients: Tissue DSA is more predictive than serum DSA

Dr. Manuel Muro, Spain
Clinical importance of type 1 angiotensin II receptor (ATR1) y anti-endotelin-1 type a (ETAR) antibodies plus HLA antibodies in kidney transplantation.

Prof. Sung Shin, Korea
A composite of urinary biomarkers to differentiate between tubulointersttial inflammation and fibrosis in kidney allografts

Ms. Aneta Pletkova, Czech Republic
Complement regulator CD46 transcripts are associated with progression of chronic antibody mediated rejection and recurrent IgA nephropathy

Prof. Alain G Assounga, South Africa
Plasma inhibition of activation of lymphocyte from kidney transplants on various immunosuppressive drugs: Possible role of plasma exchange in anti-rejection therapy?

Dr. Lori J. West, Canada
What's normal? Using standardized flow cytometry immunophenotyping to create comprehensive pediatric reference ranges

Dr. Nicholas Gilbo, Belgium
The synthesis of coagulation factors during normothermic machine perfusion of livers is impaired by ischemia in pigs and might predict graft viability

Elaine F Reed, United States
Identification of plasma protein biomarkers of acute renal allograft rejection

Dr. Hassan Nikoueinejad, Iran
The study of relationship between serum levels of soluble VEGF receptor-1 and soluble Fibrinogen-like protein 2 with delayed graft function after kidney transplantation

Dr. Petra Hruba, Czech Republic
Differential expression of metallothioneins and slc family genes in accommodation and subclinical antibody mediated rejection

Prof. Feride I Sahin, Turkey
Genomic changes in pediatric renal transplant patients detected by aCGH

Dr. Cheng Yang, P.R. China
Soluble Fibrinogen-like Protein 2 Regulates Myeloid-derived Suppressor Cells Differentiation and Enhances Its Immunosuppressive Function of in Allograft Immunity

Mrs. Joon Ye Kim, Korea
Immune modulatory effect of thalidomide and dexamethasone co-treatment on immune cells

Wei Li, P.R. China
NKT cells in the liver are important for peripheral tolerance induction

Dr. Josue Alvarez-Casas, United States
Standard induction immunosuppression interferes with the role of vascularized bone marrow in vascularized composite allograft protection

Martin Rumbo, Argentina
Effect of native spleen preservation in an experimental model of modified multivisceral transplantation

Dr. Mónica B Jiménez-Castro, Spain
Underlying protective mechanisms of cortisol against the deleterious effects of brain death in both steatotic and non-steatoric liver transplantation

Dr. Maria Eugenia Cornide Petronio, Spain
Effects of cortisol-induced acetylcholine accumulation on tissue damage and regeneration in steatotic livers in the context of partial hepatectomy under vascular occlusion

Dr. Kyo Won Lee, Korea
Impact of diabetes on renal ischemia-reperfusion injury in a non-human primate model

Dr. Tom Darius, Belgium
High oxygen pressure during continuous hypothermic machine perfusion is associated with a better ex vivo renal blood flow and early graft function in a porcine DCD auto-transplant model

Dr. Arnau Panisello Rosello, Spain
Protective role of m-TOR system in fatty liver grafts preserved in IGL-1 and HTK solutions.

Dr. Joan Rosello-Catafau, Spain
Role of ubiquitin proteasome activation in fatty liver preservation: an IGL-1 approach

Dr. Ann-Kathrin Knoefel, Germany
Immune-mechanistic insights into improved lung preservation using the organ care system in a porcine transplantation model in comparison to the INSPIRE trial

Mr. Koichiro Minami, United States
The polymer pro-drug APP-103 mitigates i/r injury and improves graft function in a pre-clinical renal transplant model

Miss Leonie H Venema, Netherlands
Addition of different oxygen concentrations during long-term hypothermic machine perfusion in a clinically relevant porcine donation after circulatory death model

Dr. Matyas Hamar, Canada
In vivo and in vitro PPAR-y activation decreases m1-macrophage polarization and improves liverischemia reperfusion injury

Dr. Kazunobu Shinoda, Japan
Recombinant thrombomodulin alpha protects kidney graft from damage after long cold ischemia time in a rat kidney transplant model

Dr. Shaifali Sandal, Canada
The prognostic implications of renal function recovery and delayed graft function in kidney transplantation

Prof. Hyuk Jai Jang, Korea
Protective effect of ulvan (sulfated polysaccharide) pretreatment against hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury in mice

Mr. Matthew Wordsworth, United States
Ex-vivo hyperbaric normothermic perfusion for 24 hours mitigates reperfusion injury in porcine vascular composite allotransplantation (VCA)

Prof. Thierry Hauet, France
High throughput proteomic exploration of hypothermic preservation reveals dynamic processes within the cell interconnected to cold ischemia time

Mrs. Antonia M Schuster, Germany
B-cell activating factor BAFF reflects patients` immunological risk profile after kidney transplantation

Dr. Louisa Kühne, Germany
Development of organized intra-graft lymphocyte clusters – role of b cell activating factor BAFF

Prof. Jong Soo Lee, Korea
CD137-CD137L interactions regulate B-cell autoimmunity during alloimmune responses

Dr. Sang Young Chung, Korea
FK506 accelerates CoCl2 - induced cytotoxicity via endoplasmic reticulum stress pathway in HepG2 cells

Prof. Maria Siemionow, United States
Characterization of ex vivo created human multi-chimeric cells - a novel approach for tolerance induction in vascularized composite allotransplantation

Miss Selin Akad, Turkey
Impact of MMP2, MMP9 and TIMP2 gene polymorphisms on allograft rejection in pediatric renal transplant recipients

Mr. Thijmen Visseren, Netherlands
Differences in the colon microbiome between patients with and without recurrence of primary sclerosing cholangitis

Dr. Andrés M. García Sr., Colombia
Filtering intestinal loop model: An experimental approach as renal function substitute

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