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2013 - IXA 2013 Congress (Osaka)

Joint IXA/JEXSWINE Plenary Session: Update on Genetic Engineering- Tg Pigs & Tissue Engineering - Part 2 (Sponsored by Astellas)
13 November 2013  /  11:20 - 12:30

Part 2: Tissue Engineering - Porcine iPS

Presenter: Yutaka Hanazono, Brussels, Japan

- Part 2: Tissue Engineering - Porcine iPS

Presenter: Yutaka Hanazono, Brussels, Japan

Part 2: Tissue Engineering - Hybrid tissue with a decellular technique

Presenter: Akio Kishida, Brussels, Japan

- Part 2: Tissue Engineering - Hybrid tissue with a decellular technique

Presenter: Akio Kishida, Brussels, Japan

Part 2: Tissue Engineering - Immune responses to spinal cell Tx using iPS/ ES technology

Presenter: Martin Marsala, Brussels, United States

- Part 2: Tissue Engineering - Immune responses to spinal cell Tx using iPS/ ES technology

Presenter: Martin Marsala, Brussels, United States

Luncheon Seminar: Zoonosis/ Regulation
13 November 2013  /  12:30 - 14:00

Update on assays for detection of PERVs

Presenter: Ralf Tonjes, Baltimore, Germany

- Update on assays for detection of PERVs

Presenter: Ralf Tonjes, Baltimore, Germany

PERVs in Xenotransplantation

Presenter: Yasuhiro Takeuchi, Baltimore, United Kingdom

- PERVs in Xenotransplantation

Presenter: Yasuhiro Takeuchi, Baltimore, United Kingdom

Oral Communication 7: Zoonosis and Preclinical Study (2)
13 November 2013  /  14:00 - 15:00

Safety of xenotransplantation: how to screen the donor pig and the recipient

Presenter: Joachim Denner, Berlin, Germany

- Safety of xenotransplantation: how to screen the donor pig and the recipient

Presenter: Joachim Denner, Berlin, Germany

Porcine CMV infection is associated with early rejection of kidney grafts in a pig-to-baboon xenotransplantation model.

Presenter: Vincenzo Villani, Berlin, United States

- Porcine CMV infection is associated with early rejection of kidney grafts in a pig-to-baboon xenotransplantation model.

Presenter: Vincenzo Villani, Berlin, United States

Lymphocryptovirus-associated post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders and viral transcript expression in Cynomolgus macaque recipients of porcine neuronal precursors

Presenter: Laura Cavicchioli, Berlin, Italy

- Lymphocryptovirus-associated post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders and viral transcript expression in Cynomolgus macaque recipients of porcine neuronal precursors

Presenter: Laura Cavicchioli, Berlin, Italy

hCTLA4-Ig transgene expression in keratocytes improves survival of xenogeneic cornea graft in a transgenic Pig to Non Human Primate lamellar keratoplasty model

Presenter: David Riochet, Berlin, France

- hCTLA4-Ig transgene expression in keratocytes improves survival of xenogeneic cornea graft in a transgenic Pig to Non Human Primate lamellar keratoplasty model

Presenter: David Riochet, Berlin, France

Transplantation of encapsulated neonatal porcine choroid plexus cells for Parkinson's disease.

Presenter: Paul L-J Tan, Berlin, New Zealand

- Transplantation of encapsulated neonatal porcine choroid plexus cells for Parkinson's disease.

Presenter: Paul L-J Tan, Berlin, New Zealand

Oral Communication 6: Xeno Immunology - Innate Responses
13 November 2013  /  14:00 - 15:00

Expression of recipient CD47 on rat insulinoma cell xenografts prevents macrophage-mediated rejection through SIRPα inhibitory signaling in mice

Presenter: Yoshifumi Teraoka, New York, Japan

- Expression of recipient CD47 on rat insulinoma cell xenografts prevents macrophage-mediated rejection through SIRPα inhibitory signaling in mice

Presenter: Yoshifumi Teraoka, New York, Japan

Engraftment and peripheral persistence of human CD47 transgenic porcine progenitor cells in CHEF-NSG mice

Presenter: Aseda Tena, New York, United States

- Engraftment and peripheral persistence of human CD47 transgenic porcine progenitor cells in CHEF-NSG mice

Presenter: Aseda Tena, New York, United States

Regulation of macrophage-mediated xenocytotoxicity by overexpression of alpha 2,6-sialyltransferase in swine endothelial cells

Presenter: Akira Maeda, New York, Japan

- Regulation of macrophage-mediated xenocytotoxicity by overexpression of alpha 2,6-sialyltransferase in swine endothelial cells

Presenter: Akira Maeda, New York, Japan

The suppression of inflammatory macrophage-mediated cytotoxicity and proinflammatory cytokine production by transgenic expression of HLA-E

Presenter: Akira Maeda, New York, Japan

- The suppression of inflammatory macrophage-mediated cytotoxicity and proinflammatory cytokine production by transgenic expression of HLA-E

Presenter: Akira Maeda, New York, Japan

Reduction of human NK cell recruitment by transgenic HLA-E expression in a model of ex vivo xenogeneic pig-limb perfusion

Presenter: Gisella Puga Yung, New York, Switzerland

- Reduction of human NK cell recruitment by transgenic HLA-E expression in a model of ex vivo xenogeneic pig-limb perfusion

Presenter: Gisella Puga Yung, New York, Switzerland

Human tolerogenic dendritic cells inhibit xenogeneic NK cell responses

Presenter: Natacha Madelon, New York, Switzerland

- Human tolerogenic dendritic cells inhibit xenogeneic NK cell responses

Presenter: Natacha Madelon, New York, Switzerland

Activation of the lectin pathway of complement in pig-to-human xenotransplantation models

Presenter: Anjan K Bongoni, New York, Switzerland

- Activation of the lectin pathway of complement in pig-to-human xenotransplantation models

Presenter: Anjan K Bongoni, New York, Switzerland

Oral Communication 8: Tg Pigs and Animal Models
13 November 2013  /  15:30 - 17:00

Ex vivo xenoperfusion of (hCD46 & HLA-E)-double transgenic porcine forelimbs with whole, heparinized human blood: Study of early immunological responses

Presenter: Anjan K Bongoni, Geneva, Switzerland

- Ex vivo xenoperfusion of (hCD46 & HLA-E)-double transgenic porcine forelimbs with whole, heparinized human blood: Study of early immunological responses

Presenter: Anjan K Bongoni, Geneva, Switzerland

In vitro human immune response to corneal endothelial cells from α1,3-galactosyltransferase gene-knockout pigs transgenic for hCD46 and dominant-negative class II transactivator-knockdown

Presenter: Hidetaka Hara, Geneva, United States

- In vitro human immune response to corneal endothelial cells from α1,3-galactosyltransferase gene-knockout pigs transgenic for hCD46 and dominant-negative class II transactivator-knockdown

Presenter: Hidetaka Hara, Geneva, United States

The GalT-KO/FucT-TG pig does not appear to have an advantage over the GalT-KO pig with respect to glycolipid reactivity with human serum antibodies

Presenter: Michael E Breimer, Geneva, Sweden

- The GalT-KO/FucT-TG pig does not appear to have an advantage over the GalT-KO pig with respect to glycolipid reactivity with human serum antibodies

Presenter: Michael E Breimer, Geneva, Sweden

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