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2011 - IPITA - Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)

Parallel session 1 – Open oral presentations Topic: Pancreas transplantation: Results and surgical aspects
02 June 2011  /  13:30 - 15:00

Laparoscopic robot-assisted pancreas transplantation

Presenter: U. Boggi, Pisa, Italy

- Laparoscopic robot-assisted pancreas transplantation

Presenter: U. Boggi, Pisa, Italy

Comparison of pancreas transplants from donors after cardiac death (DCD) and donors after brainstem death (DBD)

Presenter: A. Rathnasamy Muthusamy, Oxford, U.K

- Comparison of pancreas transplants from donors after cardiac death (DCD) and donors after brainstem death (DBD)

Presenter: A. Rathnasamy Muthusamy, Oxford, U.K

Equivalent graft outcomes between donation after brain death (DBD) and donation after cardiac death (DCD) pancreas transplant

Presenter: T. Jie, Tucson, USA

- Equivalent graft outcomes between donation after brain death (DBD) and donation after cardiac death (DCD) pancreas transplant

Presenter: T. Jie, Tucson, USA

Longterm survival and function of pancreas grafts are equivalent in pancreas-after-kidney and simultaneous pancreas/kidney transplant recipients

Presenter: M.S. Cattral, Toronto, Canada

- Longterm survival and function of pancreas grafts are equivalent in pancreas-after-kidney and simultaneous pancreas/kidney transplant recipients

Presenter: M.S. Cattral, Toronto, Canada

Evaluating neural regeneration after pancreas transplantation with corneal confocal microscopy – early results of an ongoing study

Presenter: M. Mitu-Pretorian, Manchester, United Kingdom

- Evaluating neural regeneration after pancreas transplantation with corneal confocal microscopy – early results of an ongoing study

Presenter: M. Mitu-Pretorian, Manchester, United Kingdom

Parallel session 2 – Open oral presentations Topic: Results of clinical autologous and allogeneic islet transplantation
02 June 2011  /  13:30 - 15:00

Insulin independence and metabolic outcomes in a large cohort of total pancreatectomy and islet autotransplant recipients

Presenter: M. Bellin, Minneapolis, USA

- Insulin independence and metabolic outcomes in a large cohort of total pancreatectomy and islet autotransplant recipients

Presenter: M. Bellin, Minneapolis, USA

Islet autotransplant outcomes in thirty-six children undergoing pancreatectomy and islet autotransplant

Presenter: M. Bellin, Minneapolis, USA

- Islet autotransplant outcomes in thirty-six children undergoing pancreatectomy and islet autotransplant

Presenter: M. Bellin, Minneapolis, USA

Factors of islet transplant success: results from the Collaborative Islet Transplant Registry 1999-2010

Presenter: M. Rickels, Philadelphia, USA

- Factors of islet transplant success: results from the Collaborative Islet Transplant Registry 1999-2010

Presenter: M. Rickels, Philadelphia, USA

Islets after Kidney Transplantation in the GRAGIL network: impact of the number of infusions

Presenter: S. Borot, Geneva, Switzerland

- Islets after Kidney Transplantation in the GRAGIL network: impact of the number of infusions

Presenter: S. Borot, Geneva, Switzerland

Impact of aging on the in vivo potency of human islet preparation

Presenter: R. Misawa, Chicago, USA

- Impact of aging on the in vivo potency of human islet preparation

Presenter: R. Misawa, Chicago, USA

Acinar cell proteases reduce insulin granules of human islets in vitro and degrade insulin after transplantation: Preventive effect of Alpha-1 antitrypsin

Presenter: G. Loganathan, Minneapolis, USA

- Acinar cell proteases reduce insulin granules of human islets in vitro and degrade insulin after transplantation: Preventive effect of Alpha-1 antitrypsin

Presenter: G. Loganathan, Minneapolis, USA

Parallel session 3 – Open oral presentations Topic: Stem cells
02 June 2011  /  13:30 - 15:00

The effect of epigenetic factors on differentiation of pancreatic progenitor cells into insulin producing cells

Presenter: T. Koblas, Praha, Czech Republic

- The effect of epigenetic factors on differentiation of pancreatic progenitor cells into insulin producing cells

Presenter: T. Koblas, Praha, Czech Republic

Bone marrow stem cells and islet co-transplantation promotes graft revascularization and function in small intestinal submucosa

Presenter: E. Berishvili, Tbilisi, Georgia

- Bone marrow stem cells and islet co-transplantation promotes graft revascularization and function in small intestinal submucosa

Presenter: E. Berishvili, Tbilisi, Georgia

Enhanced pancreatic endocrine differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells following pharmacological inhibition of select kinases

Presenter: A. Hayek, La Jolla, USA

- Enhanced pancreatic endocrine differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells following pharmacological inhibition of select kinases

Presenter: A. Hayek, La Jolla, USA

Insulin-producing cells derived from adult human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells control streptozotocin-induced diabetes in nude mice

Presenter: M. Ghoneim, Mansoura, Egypt

- Insulin-producing cells derived from adult human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells control streptozotocin-induced diabetes in nude mice

Presenter: M. Ghoneim, Mansoura, Egypt

Mesenchymal stromal cells support early beta cell function post-transplantation in a marginal islet mass diabetic mouse model

Presenter: D. Borg, Dresden, Germany

- Mesenchymal stromal cells support early beta cell function post-transplantation in a marginal islet mass diabetic mouse model

Presenter: D. Borg, Dresden, Germany

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

Present status of pancreas transplantation from deceased donors in Japan

Presenter: T. Kenmochi, Chiba, Japan

- Present status of pancreas transplantation from deceased donors in Japan

Presenter: T. Kenmochi, Chiba, Japan

Hypothermic perfusion preservation of pancreas for islet grafts: validation using a split lobe porcine model

Presenter: B.P. Weegman, Minneapolis, USA

- Hypothermic perfusion preservation of pancreas for islet grafts: validation using a split lobe porcine model

Presenter: B.P. Weegman, Minneapolis, USA

Oxygen persufflation of the human pancreas increases ATP levels and improves viable islet yields compared with the two-layer method

Presenter: W.E. Scott III, Minneapolis, USA

- Oxygen persufflation of the human pancreas increases ATP levels and improves viable islet yields compared with the two-layer method

Presenter: W.E. Scott III, Minneapolis, USA

Characterization and functional assessment of Clostridium histolyticum class I (C1) collagenases and the synergistic degradation of native collagen in enzyme mixtures containing class II (C2) collagenase

Presenter: A. Breite, Indianapolis, USA

- Characterization and functional assessment of Clostridium histolyticum class I (C1) collagenases and the synergistic degradation of native collagen in enzyme mixtures containing class II (C2) collagenase

Presenter: A. Breite, Indianapolis, USA