Holger Barth

Presentations
Time ID Session topic  
09.03.2022
16:00
 
Welcome
Talk time: 5 min
In session:
Plenary Lecture 2
Plenary Lecture – Prof. Stefan Raunser

09.03.2022
18:32
 
GT-Toxicology-Award
Talk time: 2 min
In session:
Award ceremony
Awards Session

09.03.2022
18:54
 
Merck-Young-Toxicologist Award
Talk time: 2 min
In session:
Award ceremony
Awards Session

09.03.2022
19:06
 
GT-Toxins Award (best poster in the field of biological toxins)
Talk time: 1 min
In session:
Award ceremony
Awards Session

09.03.2022
19:07
 
Young Investigator Award GT
Talk time: 2 min
In session:
Award ceremony
Awards Session

10.03.2022
15:35
 
Invitation to GPTS 2023
Talk time: 5 min
In session:
Closing Ceremony
Closing

Vorsitz
Time Session title  
09.03.2022
16:00 – 17:00
Plenary Lecture 2
Plenary Lecture – Prof. Stefan Raunser
Abstracts (Involvement as author)
Time ID Session topic  
08.03.2022
 
Cell type-selective protein transport system based on receptor-redirected protective antigen of Bacillus anthracis
08.03.2022
 
Inhibition of the Clostridioides difficile toxins TcdA and TcdB by the human peptide α-defensin-6
08.03.2022
 
Human Peptides α-Defensin-1 and -5 Inhibit Pertussis Toxin
08.03.2022
 
Cell intoxication by Clostridioides difficile toxins TcdA and TcdB is inhibited by the compound U18666A
08.03.2022
 
Clostridial C3 toxins modulate physiologically relevant functions in dendritic cells
08.03.2022
 
Learning Behaviour and Attitude of Medical Students in Clinical Pharmacology at Ulm University – COVID-19 Pandemic-related Changes
10.03.2022
09:30
 
Ambroxol inhibits Clostridioides difficile toxins TcdA and TcdB
10.03.2022
10:00
 
Non-toxic variants of the C3 toxin from Clostridium botulinum enter human macrophages and dendritic cells and can be used as carriers for drugs or vaccines
10.03.2022
10:10
 
The enzymatically inactive transport subunit C2IIa of the binary Clostridium botulinum C2 toxin down-modulates the chemotaxis of human polymorphonuclear leukocytes
10.03.2022
10:20
 
Exploring the underlying mechanism of pertussis toxin-induced cell clustering in the model cell line CHO