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2011 - IPITA - Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)

Parallel session 4 – Open oral presentations Topic: Islet transplantation: Technical aspects
02 June 2011  /  13:30 - 15:00

A new purified enzyme blend for non-human primate islet isolation

Presenter: J. Abouaish, Minneapolis, USA

- A new purified enzyme blend for non-human primate islet isolation

Presenter: J. Abouaish, Minneapolis, USA

Mechanisms by which glucagon-like peptide-1 analogue exenatide reduces amyloid toxicity in cultured human islets: Implications for clinical islet transplantation

Presenter: Z. Ao, Vancouver, Canada

- Mechanisms by which glucagon-like peptide-1 analogue exenatide reduces amyloid toxicity in cultured human islets: Implications for clinical islet transplantation

Presenter: Z. Ao, Vancouver, Canada

Development of a PFC-enriched fibrin clot system for islet culture

Presenter: E. Maillard, Oxford, United Kingdom

- Development of a PFC-enriched fibrin clot system for islet culture

Presenter: E. Maillard, Oxford, United Kingdom

Parallel session 5 – Open mini-oral presentations Topic: Pancreas transplantation
03 June 2011  /  11:00 - 12:00

Metabolic syndrome and solitary pancreas transplantation: role for statin therapy

Presenter: J. Scalea, Baltimore, USA

- Metabolic syndrome and solitary pancreas transplantation: role for statin therapy

Presenter: J. Scalea, Baltimore, USA

Outcomes after acute rejection in pancreas transplantation

Presenter: Y. Kudva, Rochester, USA

- Outcomes after acute rejection in pancreas transplantation

Presenter: Y. Kudva, Rochester, USA

Protocol biopsies and early detection of rejection improve pancreas transplant outcomes in the preuremic diabetic recipient

Presenter: R.H. Lee, San Francisco, USA

- Protocol biopsies and early detection of rejection improve pancreas transplant outcomes in the preuremic diabetic recipient

Presenter: R.H. Lee, San Francisco, USA

Influence of native kidney biopsy on the decision between pancreas transplantation alone and pancreas-kidney transplantation

Presenter: M. Perosa, São Paulo, Brazil

- Influence of native kidney biopsy on the decision between pancreas transplantation alone and pancreas-kidney transplantation

Presenter: M. Perosa, São Paulo, Brazil

Portal-enteric drainage by retrocolic approach versus systemic-bladder drainage in solitary pancreas transplants. Clinical and immunological outcome of 87 patients

Presenter: M. Perosa, São Paulo, Brazil

- Portal-enteric drainage by retrocolic approach versus systemic-bladder drainage in solitary pancreas transplants. Clinical and immunological outcome of 87 patients

Presenter: M. Perosa, São Paulo, Brazil

Portal v. sytemic drainage of solitary pancreas transplantation: new views on old concepts

Presenter: M. Cooper, Baltimore, USA

- Portal v. sytemic drainage of solitary pancreas transplantation: new views on old concepts

Presenter: M. Cooper, Baltimore, USA

Should all type 1 diabetic patients (T1DM) undergo cardiac angiography for transplant evaluation?

Presenter: J. Odorico, Wisconsin, USA

- Should all type 1 diabetic patients (T1DM) undergo cardiac angiography for transplant evaluation?

Presenter: J. Odorico, Wisconsin, USA

Beta cell replacement therapy for HIV infected patients with renal failure secondary to type 1 diabetes mellitus

Presenter: R.H. Lee, San Francisco, USA

- Beta cell replacement therapy for HIV infected patients with renal failure secondary to type 1 diabetes mellitus

Presenter: R.H. Lee, San Francisco, USA

Efficacy of pancreas transplantation: impact on glycemic control, cardiovascular outcomes and survival

Presenter: Y. Kudva, Rochester, USA

- Efficacy of pancreas transplantation: impact on glycemic control, cardiovascular outcomes and survival

Presenter: Y. Kudva, Rochester, USA

Alemtuzumab induction in pancreas transplantation

Presenter: A. Rathnasamy Muthusamy, Oxford, United Kingdom

- Alemtuzumab induction in pancreas transplantation

Presenter: A. Rathnasamy Muthusamy, Oxford, United Kingdom

Plenary session 6: Presidential session
03 June 2011  /  15:30 - 17:40

Islet using gaxenotransplantationl-deficient neonatal porcine donors improves engraftment and function

Presenter: P. Thompson, Atlanta, USA

- Islet using gaxenotransplantationl-deficient neonatal porcine donors improves engraftment and function

Presenter: P. Thompson, Atlanta, USA

Could pancreatic islets derived from pancreases from NHB-III donors be used as autonomous single islet grafts?

Presenter: M.A. Engelse, Leiden, The Netherlands

- Could pancreatic islets derived from pancreases from NHB-III donors be used as autonomous single islet grafts?

Presenter: M.A. Engelse, Leiden, The Netherlands

ZnT8 autoantibodies are associated with type 1 diabetes recurrence (T1DR) in simultaneous pancreas-kidney (SPK) transplant recipients

Presenter: G. Burke, Miami, USA

- ZnT8 autoantibodies are associated with type 1 diabetes recurrence (T1DR) in simultaneous pancreas-kidney (SPK) transplant recipients

Presenter: G. Burke, Miami, USA

Generation of pancreas-spheres from human embryonic stem cells

Presenter: V. Browning, Madison, USA

- Generation of pancreas-spheres from human embryonic stem cells

Presenter: V. Browning, Madison, USA

Parallel session 6 – Open mini-oral presentations Topic: Clinical and experimental islet transplantation
03 June 2011  /  11:00 - 12:00

Reduced rate of acute rejection with rapamycin vs. mycyphonolate mofetil in simultaneous pancreas kidney (SPK) recipients. Randomized, prospective trial at 10 years

Presenter: G. Ciancio, Miami, USA

- Reduced rate of acute rejection with rapamycin vs. mycyphonolate mofetil in simultaneous pancreas kidney (SPK) recipients. Randomized, prospective trial at 10 years

Presenter: G. Ciancio, Miami, USA

Autologous pancreatic islet transplantation (IAT) as endocrine tissue rescue in patients with technically unfeasible or high risk pancreatic anastomosis during partial pancreatectomy

Presenter: L. Piemonti, Milan, Italy

- Autologous pancreatic islet transplantation (IAT) as endocrine tissue rescue in patients with technically unfeasible or high risk pancreatic anastomosis during partial pancreatectomy

Presenter: L. Piemonti, Milan, Italy

The UK National Pancreas Allocation Scheme

Presenter: A.J. Hudson, Bristol, United Kingdom

- The UK National Pancreas Allocation Scheme

Presenter: A.J. Hudson, Bristol, United Kingdom

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