Programme
EUKARYOME
Eukaryome impact on Intestine homeostasis and mucosal immunology
Paris, October 16-18, 2019
 
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Nancy Guillén, Welcome
08:45 am-08:55 am
Session 1: Evolution and impact of parasite species in humans
09:00 am-10:50 am
Chair: Tomoyoshi Nozaki, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
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09:00 am

Human lifestyles, protozoa and the gut microbiota

L. Segurel
Musée de l’Homme, CNRS, Paris, France 
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09:30 am

Mastigamoeba balamuthi at the cross of evolutionary roads

J. Tachezy
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic 
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09:50 am

Exploring the biology and evolution of Blastocystis and its role in the microbiome

A. Tsaousis
University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom 
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10:10 am

Bacterial intestinal microbiota changes associated with Blastocystis infection: consequence of protist colonization? or the result of local inflammation

C. Ximenez
Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico 
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10:30 am

The molecular basis of Trichomonads' capacity to jump between hosts and mucosal sites

R. Hirt
Newcastle University, Newcastle, United Kingdom 
Coffee break
10:50 am-11:15 am
Session 2: Cell differentiation and species diversity of unicellular eukaryotes
11:15 am-01:15 pm
Chair: Robert Hirt, Newcastle University, Newcastle, United Kingdom
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11:15 am

Regulation of gene expression during stage conversion in Entamoeba

U. Singh
Stanford University, United States 
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11:45 am

Resolving Amoebozoan encystation from Dictyostelium evo-devo, comparative genomics and transcriptomics

Q. Du, Y. Kawabe, P. Schaap*
School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, DD15EH, UK, United Kingdom 
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12:05 pm

The current molecular epidemiological scenario of Cryptosporidium, Giardia and Blastocystis in Spain. Implication for Public Health

D. Carmena
Spanish National Centre for Microbiology, Madrid, Spain 
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12:25 pm

Cryptosporidium infection in malnourished children

C. Gilchrist
University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, United States 
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01:00 pm

Talk from registrations


Lunch
01:15 pm-03:00 pm
Session 3: Tissue homeostasis, immune-modulatory roles of the eukaryome
03:00 pm-05:00 pm
Chair: Serge Ankri, Technion Institute, Israel
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03:00 pm

Role of Innate Lymphoid Cells and Th17 in regulation of intestinal infection and immunity

W. A. Petri jr
University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, United States 
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03:30 pm

Commensal protozoa shape mucosal immune homeostasis

A. Mortha
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada 
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03:50 pm

Epithelial sentinels linking luminal danger to immune responses

P. Jay
Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle, INSERM, Montpellier, France 
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04:10 pm

Helminth therapy

K. Jirků Pomajbíková
Biology Centre of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic 
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04:30 pm

Talk from registrations


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04:45 pm

Talk from registrations


Poster Session 1 (soft drink and coffee)
05:05 pm-06:30 pm
Welcome Cocktail
06:30 pm-08:00 pm
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Session 4: Tissue protection and immune response to infections
09:00 am-10:50 am
Chair: Elisabeth Labruyère, Institut Pasteur, France
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09:00 am

Gut mucus- protection and interaction

M. Johansson
Dept. Medical Biochemistry, Inst. Biomedicine, University of Gothenburg, Sweden 
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09:30 am

Combined low dietary fiber and mucus-degrading gut bacteria cause lethal colitis in genetically susceptible mice

E. Martens
University of Michigan Medical School, Michigan, United States 
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09:50 am

Roles of the mucus layer and microbiota in innate host defense against Entamoeba histolytica

A. Leon-Coria, M. Kumar, F. Moreau, K. Chadee*
University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
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10:10 am

Immune responses underlying hepatic amebiasis 

H. Lotter
Bernhard Nocht Institut for Tropical Medicine, Hamburg, Germany 
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10:30 am

Oxidative stress and heat stress in experimental amoebic liver abscess

A. Olivos
Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico 
Coffee break
10:50 am-11:15 am
Session 5: Host response and cell damage upon parasite interaction
11:15 am-01:10 pm
Chair: Julio Cesar Carrero, Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico
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11:15 am

Phagocytosis by Entamoeba histolytica

A. Bhattacharya
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India 
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11:45 am

Parasite-bacteria responses to host immune stresses

S. Ankri
Technion Institute, Haifa, Israel 
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12:10 pm

What determines trogocytosis and phagocytosis?

K. Nakada-Tsukui
National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan 
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12:30 pm

Acquisition of host cell membrane proteins during Entamoeba histolytica trogocytosis

K. Ralston
University of California, Davis, United States 
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12:50 pm

Role of EhC2B, a C2 domain containing actin modulator in amoebic erythrophagocytosis

S. Datta
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhopal, India 
Lunch
01:15 pm-03:00 pm
Session 6: Host modulation on infection outcome
03:00 pm-05:05 pm
Chair: Iris Bruchhaus, Bernhard Nocht Institut for Tropical Medicine, Germany
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03:00 pm

Host modulation by Entamoeba histolytica via secreted  lysine glutamic acid rich protein 2

T. Nozaki
University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 
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03:30 pm

Role of Extracellular Traps on intestinal parasites. Relationship with virulence

J.C. Carrero
Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico 
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03:50 pm

Novel antibody-antibiotic combination to reduce tissue damage and improve outcomes in severe amebic colitis

S. Moonah
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, United States 
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04:10 pm

Impact of tissue components on Entamoeba histolytica migration 

E. Labruyère
Institut Pasteur, France 
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04:30 pm

Host factors involved in Cryptosporidium invasion

C. Marie
University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, United States 
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04:50 pm

The Giardia secretome and its role during host-parasite interactions

S. G. Svärd
Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden 
Poster Session 2 (soft drink and coffee)
05:15 pm-06:45 pm
Museum Visit and Gala Dinner
07:00 pm-11:00 pm
Friday, October 18, 2019
Session 7: Intestinal models to study eukaryome-microbiome-host interplay
09:00 am-10:55 am
Chair: Nancy Guillen, Institut Pasteur, France
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09:00 am

Large Intestine On Chip for Mucus and Microbiome Studies

N. Allbritton
University of North Carolina, United States 
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09:30 am

An intestinal 3D model gives insight on amoebiasis

A. Aguilar
Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, Mexico City, Mexico 
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09:50 am

Mechanical forces and 3D topology of the colonic epithelium are critical for enteric pathogens invasion using a biomimetic human gut on a chip

N. Sauvonnet
Institut Pasteur, Paris, France 
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10:10 am

Cells, images and numbers

J.C. Olivo Marin
Institut Pasteur, France 
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10:25 am

Talk from registrations


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10:40 am

Talk from registrations


Coffee break
10:55 am-11:15 am
Session 8: Traffic and secretion of pathogenic factors
11:15 am-01:05 pm
Chair: Kris Chadee, University of Calgary, Canada
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11:15 am

Evolution, traffic and membrane transport

M. Field
University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom 
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11:45 am

Arming the puzzle of Entamoeba histolytica phagocytosis: New pieces

E. Orozco
CINVESTAV - IPN, Mexico City, Mexico 
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12:05 pm

PIP3 binding protein screening reveals unique molecules involved in endocytic processes of Entamoeba histolytica.

S. Lata
Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India 
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12:25 pm

The ins and outs of Giardia lamblia endomembrane trafficking 

C. Faso
University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland 
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12:45 pm

Talk from registrations


Lunch
01:15 pm-03:00 pm
Session 9: Gene expression, regulation sustaining pathogenicity
03:00 pm-05:30 pm
Chair: Upinder Singh, Stanford University, United States
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03:00 pm

Gene silencing and overexpression to study pathogenicity factors of Entamoeba histolytica

I. Bruchhaus
Bernhard Nocht Institut for Tropical Medicine, Hamburg, Germany 
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03:30 pm

The transcriptome from a compact genome

N. Guillen
Institut Pasteur, France 
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03:50 pm

Polyadenylation machineries in intestinal parasites: latest advances in Entamoeba histolytica

L. Marchat
Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ENMH, Mexico City, Mexico 
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04:10 pm

Molecular characterization of Entamoeba histolytica tRNA genes

S. Amidou
University of Venda,Venda, South Africa 
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04:30 pm

Entamoeba glycan biosynthesis genes, how the lipopeptidophosphoglycan (LPPG) might be made

M. Duchene
Institute of Specific Prophylaxis and Tropical Medicine, Vienna, Austria 
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04:50 pm

Talk from registrations


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05:10 pm

Talk from registrations


Conclusions
05:30 pm-06:00 pm

 

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