Session

12.09.2022     14:30–15:30

Titel:
Postersession I
Mykologische Grundlagenforschung
Art:
Postersessions
Raum:

12.09.2022
14:30–15:30

Titel:
Postersession I
Mykologische Grundlagenforschung
Art:
Postersessions
Raum:


14:30–14:33
PI-01 Galactosaminogalactan (GAG), a potential fungal ligand for primary human natural killer (NK) cells
Linda Heilig (Wuerzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:33–14:36
PI-02 Determinants of the Interaction of Aspergillus fumigatus and Eosinophils in the Context of Allergic Bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis
Jasmin Adam (Erlangen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:36–14:39
PI-03 Sterol profiling as a prediction tool for the identification of antifungal drug resistance
Christoph Müller (Munich/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:39–14:42
PI-04 An efficient and sensitive method for the analysis of the isoprenoid pathway of ergosterol biosynthesis in Aspergillus fumigatus
Maximilian Liebl (München/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:42–14:45
PI-05 Host albumin improves Candida albicans oxidative stress resistance
Kira Skurk (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:45–14:48
PI-06 Inducible Selectable Marker Genes to Improve Aspergillus fumigatus Genetic Manipulation
Clara Baldin (Innsbruck/AT)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:48–14:51
PI-07 Bacteroides vulgatus mpk antagonizes Candida albicans‑induced host damage in epithelial cells
Anna Czapka (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:51–14:54
PI-08 Aspergillus fumigatus at the crossroad between 5-fluorocytosine metabolic activation and resistance
Luis Enrique Sastré-Velásquez (Innsbruck/AT)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:54–14:57
PI-09 Gene expression analysis of species from the Trichophyton benhamiae clade
Lenka Machova (Prague 4/CZ)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


14:57–15:00
PI-10 Antifungal effect of cold atmospheric plasma in a 3D model of cutaneous candidiasis
Cornelia Wiegand (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:00–15:03
PI-11 Candida albicans and Enterococcus faecalis form a complex nutritional network during in vitro coinfection altering host cell damage
Mario Kapitan (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:03–15:06
PI-12 Regulatory motifs in the cyp51A promoter of Aspergillus fumigatus associated with azole resistance
Alexander Kühbacher (Innsbruck/AT)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:06–15:09
PI-13 Effectiveness of soft contact lens cleaning fluids on clinical Fusarium keratitis isolates
Benedikt Schrenker (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:09–15:12
PI-14 TomA, the target of MAT1-1 in Aspergillus fumigatus, is required for cleistothecia formation presumably in a mating-type-specific manner
Tobias Pazen (Erlangen/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:12–15:15
PI-15 Expulsion and transfer of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia by epithelial cells
Muhammad Rafiq (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:15–15:18
PI-16 Genotypic and phenotypic screen of previously uncharacterized protein kinases in Candida albicans
Anna Möslinger (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:18–15:21
PI-17 High-throughput phenotypic profiling of Candida auris strains reveals clade-specific metabolic differences
Philipp Brandt (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:21–15:24
PI-18 Methods for quantification of the mycobiome
Michaela Herz (Würzburg/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:24–15:27
PI-19 Wild rodents serve as diversity hotspots for Arthroderma including species occasionally isolated from clinical material
Adela Cmokova (Prague 4/CZ)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:27–15:30
PI-20 "Pour some sugar on me" – Candida albicans evolves increased virulence and antifungal resistance via adaptations to host dietary sugars
Theresa Lange (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:30–15:33
PI-21 Genetic variation underlies inter-individual differences in the capacity of Interferon-gamma to augment Candida albicans killing by human PBMCs
Mark Gresnigt (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min


15:33–15:36
PI-22 Characterisation of MAIT cells in the antifungal immune response in a microfluidic "invasive aspergillosis-on-chip" disease model
Susann Hartung (Jena/DE)
Redezeit: 2 + 1 min