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2011 - CTS-IXA (Miami)

Parallel Session 15- Coagulation and Thrombosis I (Xeno Track)
25 October 2011  /  16:00 - 18:00

Alterations in the coagulation profile of primate recipients of a life-supporting renal xenograft from a α1,3-galactosyltransferase gene-knockout (GTKO) pig

Presenter: Massimo Boldrin, Padua, Italy

- Alterations in the coagulation profile of primate recipients of a life-supporting renal xenograft from a α1,3-galactosyltransferase gene-knockout (GTKO) pig

Presenter: Massimo Boldrin, Padua, Italy

Functional difference between membrane-bound and soluble human thrombomodulin

Presenter: Yuko Miwa, Nagoya, Japan

- Functional difference between membrane-bound and soluble human thrombomodulin

Presenter: Yuko Miwa, Nagoya, Japan

Comparison of thrombin generation in transplanted primates recipients of pig hDaf or hDaf-GalT-KO kidney

Presenter: Claudia Maria Radu, Padua, Italy

- Comparison of thrombin generation in transplanted primates recipients of pig hDaf or hDaf-GalT-KO kidney

Presenter: Claudia Maria Radu, Padua, Italy

Cell Special Symposium
26 October 2011  /  08:00 - 10:00

Issues of Importance in Islet Immunoisolation

Presenter: Collin Weber, Atlanta, United States

- Issues of Importance in Islet Immunoisolation

Presenter: Collin Weber, Atlanta, United States

Novel Cell Based Strategies for Immunomodulation and Tolerance Induction

Presenter: Luca Inverardi, Miami, United States

- Novel Cell Based Strategies for Immunomodulation and Tolerance Induction

Presenter: Luca Inverardi, Miami, United States

Parallel Session 19- Clinical Islets (Cell Track)
26 October 2011  /  10:30 - 12:00

Research design and statistical considerations in cell transplantation research-lessons from islet allograft transplantation

Presenter: Shari Messinger, Miami, United States

- Research design and statistical considerations in cell transplantation research-lessons from islet allograft transplantation

Presenter: Shari Messinger, Miami, United States

Successful clinical islet isolations from donor pancreas under fifty years of age

Presenter: Gregory Szot, San Francisco, United States

- Successful clinical islet isolations from donor pancreas under fifty years of age

Presenter: Gregory Szot, San Francisco, United States

Parallel Session 20- Encapsulation (Cell Track)
26 October 2011  /  10:30 - 12:00

Islets xenotransplantation: New Zealand experience

Presenter: Olga Garkavenko, Auckland, New Zealand

- Islets xenotransplantation: New Zealand experience

Presenter: Olga Garkavenko, Auckland, New Zealand

Optimization of nano-scale emulsions: perfluoro micellar solutions for enhanced oxygen transfer in biomedical applications

Presenter: Christopher Fraker, Miami, United States

- Optimization of nano-scale emulsions: perfluoro micellar solutions for enhanced oxygen transfer in biomedical applications

Presenter: Christopher Fraker, Miami, United States

A detailed insulin secretion model for encapsulated islets that incorporates oxygen dependence and spatial distribution information

Presenter: Peter Buchwald, Miami, United States

- A detailed insulin secretion model for encapsulated islets that incorporates oxygen dependence and spatial distribution information

Presenter: Peter Buchwald, Miami, United States

Parallel Session 17- Coagulation and Thrombosis II (Xeno Track)
26 October 2011  /  10:30 - 12:00

Activated protein C levels generated by GalT-KO PAEC expressing human endothelial protein C receptor and thrombomodulin in the early stage of interaction with human protein C and thrombin

Presenter: Cristiana Bulato, Padova, Italy

- Activated protein C levels generated by GalT-KO PAEC expressing human endothelial protein C receptor and thrombomodulin in the early stage of interaction with human protein C and thrombin

Presenter: Cristiana Bulato, Padova, Italy

ASGR1 on porcine liver sinusoidal endothelial cells (LSEC) is involved in xenogeneic phagocytosis of human platelets in vitro

Presenter: Leela Paris, Indianapolis, United States

- ASGR1 on porcine liver sinusoidal endothelial cells (LSEC) is involved in xenogeneic phagocytosis of human platelets in vitro

Presenter: Leela Paris, Indianapolis, United States

Effect of alpha-Gal epitopes on the interaction between pig TFPI and human FXa on pig vascular endothelium

Presenter: Cristiana Bulato, Padova, Italy

- Effect of alpha-Gal epitopes on the interaction between pig TFPI and human FXa on pig vascular endothelium

Presenter: Cristiana Bulato, Padova, Italy

Role of the expression of human endothelial protein C receptor and thrombomodulin on GalT-KO PAEC in PC activation

Presenter: Claudia Maria Radu, Padua, Italy

- Role of the expression of human endothelial protein C receptor and thrombomodulin on GalT-KO PAEC in PC activation

Presenter: Claudia Maria Radu, Padua, Italy

Circulating microparticles plasma levels in primates recipients of hDAF and GalT-KO pig kidney

Presenter: Elena Campello, Padua, Italy

- Circulating microparticles plasma levels in primates recipients of hDAF and GalT-KO pig kidney

Presenter: Elena Campello, Padua, Italy

Activated Protein C inhibits platelet activation during xenogeneic GalTKO.hCD39 pig lung perfusion

Presenter: Elana Rybak, Baltimore, United States

- Activated Protein C inhibits platelet activation during xenogeneic GalTKO.hCD39 pig lung perfusion

Presenter: Elana Rybak, Baltimore, United States

Parallel Session 18- Genetic Engineering and Preclinical Models (Xeno Track)
26 October 2011  /  10:30 - 12:00

Protective effects of EPCR overexpression in mouse cardiac xenografts and islet isografts

Presenter: Peter Cowan, Melbourne, Australia

- Protective effects of EPCR overexpression in mouse cardiac xenografts and islet isografts

Presenter: Peter Cowan, Melbourne, Australia

Comparison of proliferative capacity of genetically-engineered pig and human corneal endothelial cells

Presenter: Minoru Fujita, Pittsburgh, United States

- Comparison of proliferative capacity of genetically-engineered pig and human corneal endothelial cells

Presenter: Minoru Fujita, Pittsburgh, United States

SOTA 11- Genetic Engineering (Xeno Track)
26 October 2011  /  13:00 - 14:30

Technical Blocks to Efficient Pig Cloning

Presenter: Randall Prather, Columbia, United States

- Technical Blocks to Efficient Pig Cloning

Presenter: Randall Prather, Columbia, United States

SOTA 9- Cell Banking Technologies (Cell Track)
26 October 2011  /  13:00 - 14:30

Autologous Cord Blood Banking

Presenter: Giuseppe Mucci, Falciano, San Marino

- Autologous Cord Blood Banking

Presenter: Giuseppe Mucci, Falciano, San Marino

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