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2010 - TTS International Congress (Vancouver)

Experimental Immunobiology
16 August 2010  /  10:30 - 12:00

Significant Prolongation of Renal Allograft Survival By Applying A Novel NF-kappa B Inhibitor, Dehydroxymethylepoxyquinomicin, In A Rat Acute Rejection model

Presenter: Kazunobu Shinoda, Tokyo, Japan

- Significant Prolongation of Renal Allograft Survival By Applying A Novel NF-kappa B Inhibitor, Dehydroxymethylepoxyquinomicin, In A Rat Acute Rejection model

Presenter: Kazunobu Shinoda, Tokyo, Japan

BK virus high level replication in vitro reduced by cyclosporine A, proximal tubule cell type and culture environment (polarity) but not by Tacrolimus

Presenter: Philip Acott, Halifax, Canada

- BK virus high level replication in vitro reduced by cyclosporine A, proximal tubule cell type and culture environment (polarity) but not by Tacrolimus

Presenter: Philip Acott, Halifax, Canada

Late Breaking I
16 August 2010  /  10:30 - 12:00

Perfusion by oxygenated buffer containing prostaglandin E1 prior to cold preservation prevents warm ischemia-reperfusion injury in liver grafts from non-heart-beating donors

Presenter: YASUYUKI HARA, Sendai, Japan

- Perfusion by oxygenated buffer containing prostaglandin E1 prior to cold preservation prevents warm ischemia-reperfusion injury in liver grafts from non-heart-beating donors

Presenter: YASUYUKI HARA, Sendai, Japan

Hypothermic Ex Vivo Perfusion Prevents Ischemia Reperfusion Injury in Rat Lungs from Non-Heart-Beating Donors

Presenter: Daisuke Nakajima, Kyoto, Japan

- Hypothermic Ex Vivo Perfusion Prevents Ischemia Reperfusion Injury in Rat Lungs from Non-Heart-Beating Donors

Presenter: Daisuke Nakajima, Kyoto, Japan

Longterm clinical recovery in Parkinsonian monkey recipients of CTLA4-Ig transgenic porcine neural precursors

Presenter: Emanuele Cozzi, ,

- Longterm clinical recovery in Parkinsonian monkey recipients of CTLA4-Ig transgenic porcine neural precursors

Presenter: Emanuele Cozzi, ,

Protective effect of ventilation before organ procurement on graft lungs donated after cardiac death in a canine lung transplantation model

Presenter: Jin Sakamoto, Kyoto, Japan

- Protective effect of ventilation before organ procurement on graft lungs donated after cardiac death in a canine lung transplantation model

Presenter: Jin Sakamoto, Kyoto, Japan

Pre-transplant maternal-fetal immune status predicts allograft outcome

Presenter: William Burlingham, Madison, United States

- Pre-transplant maternal-fetal immune status predicts allograft outcome

Presenter: William Burlingham, Madison, United States

Nonhuman Primates May Fail to Serve as an Adequate Model for Studying Extracorporeal Porcine Liver Perfusions

Presenter: Joshua Waldman, Toledo, United States

- Nonhuman Primates May Fail to Serve as an Adequate Model for Studying Extracorporeal Porcine Liver Perfusions

Presenter: Joshua Waldman, Toledo, United States

A Novel Device for Longer Term LVAD Support – Single Centre Experience with HeartWare

Presenter: Stephan Schueler, Newcastle upon Tyne,

- A Novel Device for Longer Term LVAD Support – Single Centre Experience with HeartWare

Presenter: Stephan Schueler, Newcastle upon Tyne,

Immune Regulation and Tolerance I
16 August 2010  /  12:14 - 13:14

The Janus kinase inhibitor CP-690,550 preserves the suppressive activity of human CD4+CD25brightFoxP3+ regulatory T cells and strongly inhibits effector T cells

Presenter: Carla Baan, Rotterdam, Netherlands

- The Janus kinase inhibitor CP-690,550 preserves the suppressive activity of human CD4+CD25brightFoxP3+ regulatory T cells and strongly inhibits effector T cells

Presenter: Carla Baan, Rotterdam, Netherlands

The direct alloreactivity pathway is more susceptible to regulation by nTreg than the indirect pathway.

Presenter: Grégory Noël, Laval, Canada

- The direct alloreactivity pathway is more susceptible to regulation by nTreg than the indirect pathway.

Presenter: Grégory Noël, Laval, Canada

Tribbles-1 is expressed by regulatory T cells and interacts with FOXP3

Presenter: Jean-Paul Soulillou, Nantes cedex, France

- Tribbles-1 is expressed by regulatory T cells and interacts with FOXP3

Presenter: Jean-Paul Soulillou, Nantes cedex, France

CTLA4-Ig Mediated Tolerance Induction Relies on Interrelated Mechanisms Involving the Immunomodulatory Enzyme IDO and Treg

Presenter: Robert Sucher, Innsbruck, Austria

- CTLA4-Ig Mediated Tolerance Induction Relies on Interrelated Mechanisms Involving the Immunomodulatory Enzyme IDO and Treg

Presenter: Robert Sucher, Innsbruck, Austria

Rapamycin Conditioned Dendritic Cells for In Vitro Differentiation of Donor-Specific CD4+CD25+Foxp3+ Regulatory T cells for Islet Transplantation

Presenter: Xunrong Luo, Chicago, United States

- Rapamycin Conditioned Dendritic Cells for In Vitro Differentiation of Donor-Specific CD4+CD25+Foxp3+ Regulatory T cells for Islet Transplantation

Presenter: Xunrong Luo, Chicago, United States

Pretransplant treatment with donor-derived regulatory macrophages prolongs survival of fully mismatched allografts in unconditioned, non-immunosuppressed recipients

Presenter: Paloma Riquelme, ,

- Pretransplant treatment with donor-derived regulatory macrophages prolongs survival of fully mismatched allografts in unconditioned, non-immunosuppressed recipients

Presenter: Paloma Riquelme, ,

Human CD4+FOXP3+ T regulatory cells produce CXCL8 and recruit inflammatory immune cells

Presenter: Megan Himmel, Vancouver, Canada

- Human CD4+FOXP3+ T regulatory cells produce CXCL8 and recruit inflammatory immune cells

Presenter: Megan Himmel, Vancouver, Canada

Adoptive Transfer of Ex vivo Donor Alloantigen-stimulated Regulatory T Cells Combined with Low Dose Tacrolimus Ameliorates Rejection of Lung Transplantation Between Fully Mismatched Miniature Swines

Presenter: Takaaki Koshiba, Kyoto, Japan

- Adoptive Transfer of Ex vivo Donor Alloantigen-stimulated Regulatory T Cells Combined with Low Dose Tacrolimus Ameliorates Rejection of Lung Transplantation Between Fully Mismatched Miniature Swines

Presenter: Takaaki Koshiba, Kyoto, Japan

Clinical and Ethical Aspects of Living Donor Transplantation
16 August 2010  /  12:14 - 13:14

Is Living Donor Outcome Effected By Leaving Behind a Kidney With Multiple Arteries?

Presenter: Michael Rizzari, Minneapolis, United States

- Is Living Donor Outcome Effected By Leaving Behind a Kidney With Multiple Arteries?

Presenter: Michael Rizzari, Minneapolis, United States

Racial Disparities in Living Donor Rates: What Predicts the Likelihood of Receiving a Donor?

Presenter: Keren Ladin, Boston, United States

- Racial Disparities in Living Donor Rates: What Predicts the Likelihood of Receiving a Donor?

Presenter: Keren Ladin, Boston, United States

Long-term outcomes of living kidney donors – a single centre experience of 29 years

Presenter: kwok hong chu, hong kong, People's Republic of China

- Long-term outcomes of living kidney donors – a single centre experience of 29 years

Presenter: kwok hong chu, hong kong, People's Republic of China

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