List of Posters


Poster

Name of Authors


Abstract Title


Topic

P01
Dr. Kozak Christine


Functional and sequence variants of the XPR1 receptor for mouse xenotropic gammaretroviruses
Action at the Cell Surface
P02
Van Prooyen Nancy
HTLV-I p8 Protein Promotes Viral Transmission via Tunneling Nanotubules


Action at the Cell Surface
P03 Plachý J. Polymorphisms in ASLV Receptor Loci Determine the Decreased Susceptibility to the Virus Infection and Virus-Induced Tumorigenesis Action at the Cell Surface
P04 Hahn Friedrich
Serine residues in HIV-1 p6 are phosphorylated by PKC and regulate viral core assembly
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P05 Henning Matthew
A novel Gag-interacting factor, PDZD8, promotes retroviral infection
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P06 Dr. Janvier Katy

The ESCRT-0 component HRS is required for HIV-1 Vpu-mediated BST2/Tetherin down-regulation
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P07 Morales Ivonne

Functional analysis of potential phosphorylation sites in the p6 domain of HIV-1 Gag
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P08 Dr. Parissi Vincent

hRAD51 regulates the retroviral integration : New concept for inhibiting HIV-1 infection
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P09 Dr. Parissi Vincent

In vitro integration into chromatin: functional coupling between HIV-1 integrase and chromatin remodelling factors
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P10 Ing. Prchal Jan
Interaction of the M-PMV matrix protein with phosphatidylinositol bisphosphate
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P11 Rato Sylvie
Novel host factors essential for HIV-1 replication: its importance in HIV-1 life cycle.
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P12 prof. Valente Susana
HIV mRNA 3’ end processing -regulation by eIF3f, CDK11, and splice factor 9G8
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P13 Dr. Wildova Marcela
The role of Alix in Mason-Pfizer Monkey Virus budding
Identification of Essential Host Cell Factors
P14 Dr. Celestino Michele
Feline immunodeficiency virus budding: investigating the connections between viral and host proteins
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P15 Clark Jasmine
A dynamic system for studying interactions of M-PMV Gag with viral and cellular components
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P16 Ing. Dolezal Michal
Structural analysis of budding-defective Mason-Pfitzer monkey virus matrix protein
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P17 Ing. Grznarova Petra
Intracellular transport of retroviral envelope glycoproteins and their interaction with a structural polyprotein Gag
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P18 Müllner Matthias
Strategies of MMTV for nucleo-cytoplasmic transport of viral RNAs
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P19 Dr. Pereira Lara
Role of the cytoskeletal network in intracellular transport of the Mason-Pfizer monkey virus
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P20 Sörgel Stefan
Perinuclear localization of HIV-1 Vpr is important for induction of G2 arrest
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P21 Dr. Zabransky Ales
Identification of noncanonical Gag domains critical for assembly of mouse mammary tumor virus
Insights from Studies of Intracellular Trafficking
P22 Dr. Roth Monica
Moloney Murine Leukemia Virus Integrase (M-MuLV): Structural studies of the N-terminal domain
Retroviruses and Retroelements as Agents of Genome Rearrangement
P23 Trejbalová K.

Epigenetic control of human endogenous retroviruses employed in trophoblast cell fusion

Retroviruses and Retroelements as Agents of Genome Rearrangement
P24 Dr. Abbink Truus
A SEQUENCE MOTIF IN THE HIV-1 5’UTR MODULATES EXTENDED DIMER FORMATION AND VIRUS REPLICATION
Retrovirus Evolution
P25 Armezzani Alessia Molecular mechanisms governing the co-evolution between endogenous and exogenous retroviruses of sheep Retrovirus Evolution
P26 prof. Blomberg Jonas
Towards a Retrovirus Database, RetroBank
Retrovirus Evolution
P27 Smyth Redmond
Non-random recombination in structurally important regions of the HIV-1 genome
Retrovirus Evolution
P28 prof. Dr. Boris-Lawrie Kathleen
RNA helicase A is necessary for translation of Retroviridae and selected cellular mRNAs
Action at the Cell Surface
P29 Blažková J.

CpG Methylation Controls Reactivation of HIV from Latency

Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P30 Dr. Galla Melanie The retroviral U5 region contains a conserved secondary structure element involved in translational regulation Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P31 Jaballah Soumeya
Role of a G/C rich palindromic structural motif in MPMV RNA packaging
Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P32 Khare V.Mohini
Early Detection of Oncogenesis in Broilers induced by Rous Sarcoma Virus (RSV-A)
Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P33 prof.Dr. Leib-Moesch Christine
Integration specificity and expression activity of HERV-MLV hybrid vectors
Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P34 Suerth Julia Debora
Alpharetroviral self-inactivating vectors: Attractive tools for human gene therapy
Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P35 Voelkel Christine
Exploiting the retroviral life cycle for delivery of functional non-viral proteins
Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P36 Ing. Vorackova Irena
Surface modification of retroviral virus-like particles for their therapeutic use
Retroviral vectors and retrovirus persistence
P37 Dr. Andreola Marie-line
Cellular GCN2 kinase and viral Integrase, a game between the host and the virus.
Cellular Defenses
P38 Dr. Andresdottir Valgerdur
The maedi-visna virus Vif protein has more than one function
Cellular Defenses
P39 Dr. Arriagada Gloria
Human TRIM5alpha mediates block to N-tropic MLV by overexpressed SUMO1
Cellular Defenses
P40 Dr. Bishop Kate
Investigations into xenotropic murine leukaemia virus-related virus infectiona
Cellular Defenses
P41 Dr. Blanchet Fabien
HIV-1 inhibition of immunoamphisomes in dendritic cells impairs early innate and adaptive immune responses
Cellular Defenses
P42 Bolduan Sebastian
The M2 of Influenza A virus supports virus release of HIV-1 in a Tetherin independent manner
Cellular Defenses
P43 Dr. Kozak Christine
Mus APOBEC3 evolution includes retroviral insertion and positive selection at the substrate groove
Cellular Defenses
P44 Kuhl Bjorn
Tetherin restricts direct cell-cell transfer of HIV-1 and is antagonized by Vpu
Cellular Defenses
P45 Dr. Marquet Roland HIV-1 Vif binds to APOBEC3G mRNA and inhibits its translation Cellular Defenses
P46 Dr. Mlcochova Petra Simian immunodeficiency virus envelope glycoprotein counteracts tetherin by intracellular sequestration Cellular Defenses
P47 Dr. Neil Stuart
Antagonism of tetherin by human immunodeficiency viruses and gamma-herpesviruses
Cellular Defenses
P48 Dr. Tokunaga Kenzo
Direct internalization of cell-surface BST-2/tetherin by HIV-1 Vpu
Cellular Defenses
P49 Diem Olivia
Epigenetic silencing and activation of human endogenous retroviruses (HERV) in human brain cells
Epigenetic Effects on Retroviral Gene Expression and Oncogenesis
P50 Matoušková M.

Low DNA methylation as a marker of transcriptionally active porcine endogenous retroviruses

Epigenetic Effects on Retroviral Gene Expression and Oncogenesis
P51 Šenigl F.

The role of DNA methyltransferases in the silencing of ASLV-derived vectors

Epigenetic Effects on Retroviral Gene Expression and Oncogenesis
P52 Dr. Caporale Marco
Species susceptibility to JSRV infection within the Caprinae.
Mechanisms of Disease
P53 Dr. Hohn Oliver
Prevalence of XMRV in Prostate Cancer and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients in Germany
Mechanisms of Disease
P54 Dr. Murgia Claudio Retroviral induced pulmonary adenocarcinoma originates from infection of lung alveolar progenitors Mechanisms of Disease
P55 Pajer Petr Multifarious aspects of cell transformation revealed in the model of insertional mutagenesis by MAV2 Mechanisms of Disease
P56 Průková Dana

Wasting disease in chickens as a model for avian leukosis virus-induced immune dysregulation

Mechanisms of Disease
P57 Dr. Ruscetti Sandra
Importance of MIP-1 alpha and splenic macrophages in PVC-211 murine leukemia virus-induced neurodegeneration
Mechanisms of Disease
P58 Dr. Silic-Benussi Micol
Control of mitochondrial ROS and T-cell turnover by the p13 protein of HTLV1.
Mechanisms of Disease

P59

Diehl William Fixation of transposable elements has influenced TRIM5 and TRIM22 evolution during primate evolution Roles of Innate and Adapted Defenses in Infections by Retroviruses
P60 Hahn Sabine The PTAP late assembly domain regulates ubiquitination and MHC-I antigen presentation of HIV-1 Gag Roles of Innate and Adapted Defenses in Infections by Retroviruses
P61 Dr. Cheney Kelly
Interferon-alpha mediates restriction of Human Immunodeficiency Virus type-1 replication in primary human macrophages
Roles of Innate and Adapted Defenses in Infections by Retroviruses
P62 Dr. Mikovits Judy
Characterization of innate immune responses in Xenotropic Murine Leukemia Retrovirus-Related Virus (XMRV) infected individuals
Roles of Innate and Adapted Defenses in Infections by Retroviruses
P63 Dr. Oliveira Nidia
Post entry restriction of MLV-B and MLV-NB capsids in human cells is envelope dependent
Roles of Innate and Adapted Defenses in Infections by Retroviruses
P64 prof. Poli Guido
Inhibition of HIV-1 replication in polarized human macrophages occurs by distinct mechanisms
Roles of Innate and Adapted Defenses in Infections by Retroviruses
P65 Dorr Casey
Discovery of novel plant-derived compounds that block HIV-1 maturation
Anti-viral Strategies: Drugs and Vaccines
P66 Dr. Raska Milan
HIV-1 gp120 glycosylation depends on the producing cell type and influences HIV-1-specific antibodies reactivity
Anti-viral Strategies: Drugs and Vaccines
P67 Shankaran Prakash
Inhibitory effects of Heme Arginate on HIV-1 growth and replication
Anti-viral Strategies: Drugs and Vaccines
P68 prof.Dr. Altaner Cestmir
Retrovirus transduced human mesenchymal stem cells in targeted gene therapy for cancer
Prospects of Retroviral Therapy
P69 Dr. Gaulton Glen
A novel nano biosensor device for rapid HIV particle detection
Prospects of Retroviral Therapy
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