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S6: Antiviral Innate Immunity and Viral Pathogenesis


Confirmed Speakers

Dr. Carolyn Coyne
University of Pittsburgh, USA

Dr. Sara Cherry
University of Pennsylvania, USA

Prof. Dr. Urs Greber
Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Prof. Dr. Frank Kirchhoff
Ulm University Hospital, Germany

Dr. Alain Kohl
University of Glasgow, UK

 

List of Accepted Abstracts (47)
Nitazoxanide Induces IRF-1 to Inhibit Human Norovirus Replication and Exhibits Potent Synergy with Ribavirin
Towards Understanding ‘Cell-to-Cell’ Variability of Viral Gene Expression
ZIKV interactions within murine 'myelinating' CNS and PNS co-cultures
Aedes aegypti SUMOylation pathway suppresses arbovirus replication
p400 is antiviral and regulates the siRNA pathway in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes
5’ region of the genome of Dengue virus are RIG-I ligands
Antimicrobial peptides can bind human adenovirus types and modify the innate immune response of human dendritic cells
Beyond retroviruses: potent restriction of flaviviruses by primate TRIM5Abhilash Chiramel1, Kristin McNally1, Nicholas Meyerson2, Vanessa Montoya1, Omayra Mendez-Solis1, Shelly Robertson1, Gail Sturdevant1, Sara Sawyer2 and Sonja Best1.1Laboratory of Virology, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Montana, USA, 2University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Caspase-dependent suppression of type I interferon signaling promotes KSHV lytic replication
Characterization of the IFN antagonistic abilities of European tick-borne Flaviviruses: A focus on Louping ill and Tick Borne Encephalitis virus.
Development of Aedes aegypti mosquito cell lines stably expressing Zika Virus proteins
HIV-1 activation of innate immunity depends strongly on the intracellular level of TREX1 and sensing of incomplete reverse transcription products
HIV-1 modulates host cell metabolism by controlling late endosome/lysosome positioning and motility
Identification of tripartite motif proteins that regulate antiviral innate immune response in human primary plasmacytoid dendritic cells.
LGP2 holds a “PACT” with the RNA silencing machinery
Middle East respiratory syndrome-coronavirus employs the deubiquitinating activity of its nsp3 papain-like protease to suppress the innate immune response
MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS RESISTANCE-ASSOCIATED SUBSTITUTIONS AFTER INTERFERON-FREE TREATMENT FAILURE BY MASSIVE PARALLEL SEQUENCING
Nef Antagonizes TIM-mediated Inhibition of HIV Release: Role of SERINC
Rabies Virus Down-regulates Expression of EB3 and P140cap in Neurons
RNA-seq Analyses of Picornaviral RdRP-transgenic Mice Reveals Critical Regulatory Pathways
The transcriptome response to salmon gill poxvirus infection
Time-resolved systems analysis of virus infection fate regulation: the XCL1-XCR1 communication axis links T cell exhaustion with effector maintenance
Upregulation of DNA cytosine deaminase APOBEC3B by adenoviruses
Virus-virus interactions driven by innate immune responses
Zika virus induced small RNA response in Aedes aegypti cells
Adenovirus types C5, D26 and B35 neutralizing antibodies (NAb) titres in healthy adults and children in Burkina Faso: impact of adenovirus-based vaccines derived from “rare” types
Arboviruses and antiviral RNAi pathways in mosquito cells: progress in understanding regulation and effectors.
De Novo Expression of Intron-Containing HIV-1 RNA Triggers Innate Immune Activation
Decay Accelerating Factor as a Virulence Determinant in Influenza A Virus Infection
Dengue virus infección alters the activation phenotype of dendritic cells exposed to conditioned media of dermal fibroblasts.
Epstein–Barr Virus Infection of Epithelial Cells Induces APOBEC3C and Generates Mitochondrial DNA Mutation
Harnessing genomic approaches to explore the interface between viruses and hosts
HIV Accessory Factors: More Than One Way to Skin a Cat
Human cytomegalovirus-encoded GP39 targets MAVS- and STING-signaling pathways to evade host interferon immune response
Humoral immune responses to adenovirus induce tolerogenic dendritic cells that promote regulatory T cells and influence viral persistence
INNATE IMMUNE MEMORY TRAINING INDUCED BY NEF EXOSOMES
Interferon Inhibits Flavivirus Replication via IFI6, a Chaperone-Dependent ER Membrane Effector
ISG15 GOVERNS MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION IN MACROPHAGES FOLLOWING VACCINIA VIRUS INFECTION
Modulation of the NF-kB signaling pathway by the HIV-2 envelope glycoprotein and its incomplete BST-2 antagonism
Pathological modelling of Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus infection using brain cells derived from human fetal neural progenitors.
PML is a restriction factor of enterovirus 71 replication through inhibition of autophagy
R5-Tropic HIV Resistance in a Subset of Elite and Viremic Controllers Gonzalo-Gil E, Rapuano PB, Auer J, Porterfield Z, Ikediobi U, Coskun AK, & Sutton RE. Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Internal Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, 06520 USA
SIV Infection of Tissue Macrophages Is Critical for TB Reactivation in Rhesus Macaques
Study of the interactions of Zika virus with the antiviral responses by experimental evolution
The Human Cytomegalovirus Gp39 Inhibits TLR4-mediated Innate Response
The ubiquitin-proteasome system at early stages of African swine fever infection
Translational Inhibition of the Restriction Factor APOBEC3G by the HIV-1 Vif Protein
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