Session

24.03.2021     18:05–18:50

Title:
Poster session 1
Zoonoses and emerging viruses
Type:
ePoster session

24.03.2021
18:05–18:50

Title:
Poster session 1
Zoonoses and emerging viruses
Type:
ePoster session


18:05–18:10
PS 36 Interferon antagonism by SARS- and SARS-CoV-2: reverse genetics studies imply reduced interferon signalling antagonism of SARS-CoV-2 ORF6
Simon Schroeder (Berlin/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:10–18:15
PS 37 Inborn errors in the IFN-regulated restriction factor MxA destroy the species barrier preventing zoonotic H7N9 infections
Laura Graf (Freiburg/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:15–18:20
PS 38 Susceptibility of well-differentiated airway epithelial cell cultures from domestic and wildlife animals to SARS-CoV-2
Mitra Gultom (Bern/CH)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:20–18:25
PS 39 Establishment of primary in-vitro- and ex-vivo systems to study the neurotropism of Ebola and Nipah virus
Michelle Gellhorn Serra (Marburg/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:25–18:30
PS 40 SARS-CoV-2 pathology and tissue tropism in fruit bats, raccoon dogs, ferrets, rabbits, and hamsters
Angele Breithaupt (Greifswald-Insel Riems/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:30–18:35
PS 41 Establishment of a reverse genetics system for Shuni virus
Franziska Sick (Greifswald - Insel Riems/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:35–18:40
PS 42 Egyptian fruit bats are resistant to infection with avian-origin Influenza A virus of subtype H9N2 but reveal susceptibility to bat-borne H9N2
Nico Joel Halwe (Greifswald - Insel Riems/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:40–18:45
PS 43 Chimeric bat-derived influenza A virus - a blueprint to identify novel avian signatures 
Sebastian Giese (Freiburg/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min


18:45–18:50
PS 44 Modeling gastrointestinal infection of SARS-CoV-2 and its inhibition in human pluripotent stem-cell derived intestinal organoids
Rüdiger Groß (Ulm/DE)
Talk time: 3 + 2 min