Emanuel Wyler

Presentations
Time ID Session topic  
24.03.2021
P 79 
Neurodegeneration in herpes simplex virus 1 infected human brain organoids
In session:
ePoster self study
Host cell co-factors / pathogenesis

25.03.2021
08:15–08:30
O 38 
Longitudinal omics in Syrian hamsters integrated with human data unravel cellular effector responses to moderate COVID-19
Talk time: 12 + 3 min
In session:
Workshop 7
Intrinsic antiviral defenses

Abstracts (Involvement as author)
Time ID Session topic  
24.03.2021
P 79 
Neurodegeneration in herpes simplex virus 1 infected human brain organoids
24.03.2021
P 105 
Effect of Rubella Virus infection on RIG-I and MDA5, key elements of the innate immune response
24.03.2021
P 199 
Herpesviral induction of the germline-specific transcription factor DUX4 is essential for viral immediate early gene expression
25.03.2021
08:15–08:30
O 38 
Longitudinal omics in Syrian hamsters integrated with human data unravel cellular effector responses to moderate COVID-19
25.03.2021
15:25–15:30
PS 65 
SARS-CoV-2-reprogrammed metabolism limits autophagy and uncovers drug targets
25.03.2021
15:35–15:40
PS 76 
Differential susceptibility of CD4+ T-cell subsets to transcriptional modulation by HIV-1 latency-reversing agents assessed by single cell RNA sequencing
25.03.2021
15:50–15:55
PS 79 
Glycoprotein G of Herpes simplex virus 2 increases viral gene expression in neuronal infection
25.03.2021
16:30–16:35
PS 87 
Investigation of antiviral responses after Chikungunya virus infection of ex-vivo infected primary human synovial fibroblasts by single-cell RNA-seq
26.03.2021
11:30–11:45
O 108 
The zinc finger antiviral protein ZAP destabilises viral transcripts and restricts human cytomegalovirus
26.03.2021
14:20–14:25
PS 136 
Cloning and multi-omic analysis of the chimpanzee cytomegalovirus: a resource for comparative functional genomics