28 Jan - 31 Jan '17

7th EPITA Meeting & IPITA/EPITA Joint Workshop

 
The EPITA Board is happy to announce the 7th EPITA Winter Symposium & 36th AIDPIT Workshop that will take place in Innsbruck from the 29th to the 31st of

Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations
Programme Referencesort descending Presenting Author Title
P01 Emily R Thompson THE INFLUENCE OF RECIPIENT SMOKING STATUS ON PANCREAS TRANSPLANT SURVIVAL AND MORBIDITY
P02 Barbora Voglova CLINICAL TRIAL EMA – SPK: EVEROLIMUS VERSUS MYPHENOLIC ACID IN SIMULTANEOUS PANCREAS AND KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION TO EVALUATE THE DIFFERENCIES IN RETINAL NEOVASCULARISATION IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC RETINOPATHY
P03 Marius Miglinas INDIVIDUALIZED CARDIOVASCULAR RISK ASSESSMENT BEFORE SIMULTANEOUS PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
P04 Raphael Meier MICROBIAL ANALYSIS DURING PANCREATIC ISLET ISOLATION FOR TRANSPLANTATION
P05 Julien Thevenet AN IN VITRO FACTORS PREDICTING HUMAN ISLET IN VIVO POTENCY
P06 Delalleau Nathalie CAN WE REFUSE MARGINAL DONOR PANCREASES FOR ISOLATION AND TRANSPLATATION ?
P07 Stefan Ludwig TOTAL PANCREATECTOMY AND ISLET AUTOTRANSPLANTATION IN A CHILD WITH RECURRENT PANCREATITIS – A CASE REPORT AND VIDEO-PRESENTATION
P08 Michiel Nijhoff DIAZOXIDE TO IMPROVE ISLET TRANSPLANT SURVIVAL IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN VITRO AND FUNCTIONALITY IN VIVO
P09 Simen Schive HUMAN ADIPOSE DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS RESPOND TO SHORT TERM HYPOXIA BY SECRETING FACTORS BENEFICIAL FOR HUMAN ISLETS IN VITRO AND POTENTIATE ANTI-DIABETIC EFFECT IN VIVO.
P10 Ivan Leontovyc SYNTHETIC MESSENGER RNA IS A MORE RELIABLE METHOD THAN PROTEIN TRANSDUCTION DOMAIN FUSION FOR DELIVERING DNA-TARGETING PROTEINS TO VARIOUS CELL TYPES
P11 Valeria Sordi ESTABLISHMENT, CHARACTERIZATION AND LONG TERM CULTURE OF HUMAN ENDOCRINE PANCREAS-DERIVED MICROVASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
P12 Silvia Pellegrini DIFFERENTIATION OF INTEGRATION-FREE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS (IPSC) INTO INSULIN-PRODUCING CELLS
P13 Jan Kriz IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE ACTIVITY OF ADIPOSE TISSUE-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS USED FOR PREPARATION OF AN ARTIFICIAL SITE FOR PANCREATIC ISLET TRANSPLANTATION
P14 Rebecca Spiers PROTEIN GLYCATION WITHIN THE ISLET-EXOCRINE INTERFACE HELPS EXPLAIN THE NEED FOR COLLAGENASE AND NEUTRAL PROTEASE TO BE USED IN COMBINATION FOR OPTIMAL PANCREAS DIGESTION DURING ISLET ISOLATION
P15 Lucie Kosinová SIRNA INHIBITION OF TISSUE FACTOR EXPRESSION REDUCES LIVER ISCHEMIA AFTER PANCREATIC ISLETS TRANSPLANTATION IN RAT
P16 Chien-Chia Chen Chen VASCULAR SEQUESTRATION OF DONOR-SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES AND ENDOTHELIAL CHIMERISM PROTECT PANCREATIC ISLET GRAFTS FROM HUMORAL REJECTION
P17 Ekaterine Berishvili CORRECTION OF DIABETES BY TRANSPLANTATION MINIMAL MASS OF HYBRID PSEUDOISLETS IN MICE
P18 Lebreton Fanny HUMAN AMNIOTIC EPITHELIAL CELLS PROTECT ISLETS FROM PRO-INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES
P19 Stephen J Hughes TRYPSIN-LIKE ACTIVITY WITHIN COLLAGENASE IS NOT A PRIMARY DETERMINANT OF ISLET ISOLATION YIELD
P20 Steffen Anja PRODUCTION OF HIGH QUALITY ISLETS FROM GOETTINGEN MINIPIGS: CHOICE OF ORGAN PRESERVATION SOLUTION, DONOR POOL AND OPTIMAL COLD ISCHEMIA TIME.
P21 Florent Lemaire ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION PRECONDITIONING OF THE PANCREAS FOR BETTER ISLET ISOLATION OUTCOMES
P22 Souad Djaafar NEW ROLE OF HEPARANASE IN INSTANT BLOOD MEDIATED INFLAMMATORY REACTION (IBMIR) DURING PANCREATIC ISLET ALLO-TRANSPLANTATION
P23 Ming Han Yao A NON-HEMATOPOIETIC ERYTHROPOIETIN ANALOGUE, ARA 290, WEAKENS THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE PANCREATIC ISLET TRANSPLANTATION ENCOUNTER AND PROLONGS GRAFT SURVIVAL; A STUDY OF HUMAN-TO-ATHYMIC MICE MODEL.
P24 Bynvant Sandhu SIMPLIFIED, CONTINUOUS FLOW MODEL FOR IN VITRO ISLET REPERFUSION EXPERIMENTATION
P25 Bynvant Sandhu COLD STORAGE OF THE DONOR PANCREAS DOES NOT INDUCE TISSUE FACTOR EXPRESSION IN HUMAN ISLETS.
P26 Heide Brandhorst THE EFFECTS OF TACROLIMUS AND ETANERCEPT CONCENTRATION ON HUMAN ISLET INTEGRITY
P27 Matthew Byrne EVALUATION OF QUALITY OF ONLINE INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS (EQUIP) IN PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION
P29 Anja Steffen INCREASED NUMBERS OF SMALLER AND FUNCTIONALLY SUPERIOR ISLETS POST PARTUM IN RATS
P30 Matthew Byrne THE EFFECT OF A SCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAMME ON PANCREAS TRANSPLANT DONATION