Session

24.03.2021     08:00–19:30

Title:
ePoster self study
Host cell co-factors / pathogenesis
Type:
ePoster self study

24.03.2021
08:00–19:30

Title:
ePoster self study
Host cell co-factors / pathogenesis
Type:
ePoster self study


P 69 Study of the interacting functional domains within SIVmac Rev and Staufen-1
Saeed Mostafa (Berlin/DE)



P 70 The cellular DNA damage response proteins SMARCAL1 and RPA are recruited by KSHV LANA and impact viral lytic replication
Anika Freise (Hannover/DE)



P 71 Herpes simplex virus type 1 glycoprotein G modulates neurite outgrowth
Guorong Sun (Hannover/DE)



P 72 PI3P production via class III PI3kinase is involved in the formation of the membranous replication organelles of HCV and SARS-CoV2
Woan-Ing Twu (Heidelberg/DE)



P 73 C protein is essential for canine distemper virus virulence and pathogenicity in ferrets
Oliver Siering (Langen/DE)



P 74 Exploring the immunomodulatory properties of pre-evaluated p38 inhibitors as a treatment for severe COVID-19
Aileen Faist (Münster/DE)



P 75 An improved mouse model for human Herpes Simplex Encephalitis (HSE)
Julia Sehl (Greifswald-Insel Riems/DE)



P 76 Pathogen-host-interactions at the epithelium of the turkey respiratory and reproductive tract - differences between Avian Metapneumovirus and Newcastle Disease Virus infections
Frederik Bexter (Hannover/DE)



P 77 Establishment of iPSC-derived organoids for the study of coronavirus infections
Natalie Heinen (Bochum/DE)



P 78 Characterization of proteolytic activation of Ebola virus GP by different host cell proteases
Dorothea Bestle (Marburg/DE)



P 79 Neurodegeneration in herpes simplex virus 1 infected human brain organoids
Emanuel Wyler (Berlin/DE)



P 80 Mass spectrometry and bioinformatic analyses identifies efficacious inhibitors of Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus from putative host interactors with viral non-structural protein 3
Allison Bakovic (Manassas/US), Aarthi Narayanan (Manassas/US)



P 82 Role of the RNAi machinery in Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus infection
Amrita Haikeriwal (Manassas/US), Aarthi Narayanan (Manassas/US)



P 84 Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome protein (WASP) is a novel interaction partner of HTLV-1 p8 and may contribute to p8 transfer between cell
Sebastian Millen (Erlangen/DE)



P 85 Discovery of novel hepatitis C virus co-factors for assembly and release
Alina Matthaei (Hannover/DE)



P 86 Induction of autophagy - a comparison between conventional and bat influenza A viruses
Christiana Cismaru (Bern/CH)



P 87 PRESENt (Paving the way towards personalized prevention and care of severe Norovirus gastroenteritis) consortium
Graham Brogden (Hannover/DE)



P 88 Mutated measles viruses show altered viral tropism in Vero cells and in the Lewis rat model
Johannes Busch (Leipzig/DE)



P 89 The peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerase Pin1 interacts with three early regulatory proteins of human cytomegalovirus
Manfred Marschall (Erlangen/DE)



P 90 Generation of a sleeping beauty transposon-based cellular system for rapid and sensitive identification of SARS-CoV-2 host dependency and restriction factors
Alexander Wilhelm (Frankfurt am Main/DE), Marek Widera (Frankfurt am Main/DE)



P 92 Importin β1 is the key host factor specifically involved in DENV NS1 secretion
Hongbo Guo (Heidelberg/DE)



P 93 Functional characterization of the interaction between Marburg virus VP40 and VP40D184N with host cell factors identified by proximity ligation assay
Sebastian Pfeiffer (Marburg/DE)



P 94 The interplay between lipoprotein receptors and lipid-lowering drugs during HCV infection  
Belén Carriquí Madroñal (Hannover/DE)



P 95 Development of immortalized rhesus kidney cells supporting infection with a panel of viruses.
Michael Winkler (Göttingen/DE)



P 96 Primate herpesviruses differ in growth on cells of rhesus macaque origin.
Abdul Rahman Siregar (Göttingen/DE), Michael Winkler (Göttingen/DE)



P 98 Development of kidney derived cell models for SARS-CoV-2 infections
Marco Bechtel (Frankfurt am Main/DE)



P 100 A newly identified host factor increases the SARS-CoV-2 infection rate
Maria Leondaraki (Frankfurt am Main/DE), Sandra Ciesek (Frankfurt/DE)



P 101 Polycomb recruitment in herpesvirus infection - the alpha and the gamma of latency establishment
Heidi Meissner (Hamburg/DE)