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Poster Presentation

Poster Presentation #1: 5-7pm, June 5th, 2017

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Session 1: Gymnastics of Viral Entry

 ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S1P-1

Huang, Yao-Wei

Zhejiang University

Monkey aminopeptidase-N-independent entry of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus into Vero cells

S1P-2

Hulswit, Ruben

Utrecht University

The spike protein of MERS-CoV binds to sialylated glycans via its N-terminal domain with distinct specificity

S1P-3

Jaimes-Olaya, Javier

Cornell University

Feline coronavirus spike protein activation by cathepsin-B is key for viral entry in cell culture

S1P-4

Millet, Jean

Cornell University

A camel Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus spike protein with a divergent fusion activation site

S1P-5

Park, Jung-Eun

Chungnam National University

Proteolytic processing of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus spikes expands virus tropism

S1P-6

Park, Jung-Eun

Chungnam National University

Porcine amin peptidase N domain VII has critical role in binding and entry of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus

S1P-7

Qian, Zhaohui

Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences

Crystal Structure of the Receptor Binding Domain of the Spike Glycoprotein of Human Betacoronavirus HKU1

S1P-8

Stoian, Ana

Kansas State University

CD163 SRCR5 and PSTII domains are involved in recognition by Type II PRRSV

S1P-9

Wang, Yue

 Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Tight junction protein occludin is a porcine epidemic diarrhea virus entry factor

 

Session 2: From 'Omics' to Function

ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S2P-1

Abrahamyan, Levon

Université de Montréal

Decoding Proteins Networks During Porcine Nidoviral Infection by Quantitative Proteomics

S2P-2

Faaberg, Kay

USDA, ARS, National Animal Disease Center

PRRSV Nonstructural Protein 2: A Replicase Protein Packaged into Virions and Performs Multiple Functions

S2P-3

Li, Yanhua

Kansas State University

Characterization of a -2/-1 programmed ribosomal frameshifting in simian arteriviruses

S2P-4

Liu, Huan

Shanghai Veterinary Research Institute, CAAS

Role of phosphorylation of the nucleocapsid protein of type 2 PRRSV in viral transcription

S2P-5

Shang, Pengcheng

Kansas State University

RNA stem-loop structures and conserved region in PRRSV ORF6 are important for virus replication

S2P-6

Si, Fusheng

Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences

PEDV ORF3 protein is targeted to the Golgi Complex, but not integrated to virions

S2P-7

Veit, Michael

Institute of Virology, Free University Berlin

Glycoprotein 3 of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus has an unusual hairpin-like membrane topology

S2P-8

Yoo, Dongwan

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Nuclear retention of host cell mRNA by nsp1-beta of PRRSV and viral IFN antagonism

 

Session 3: How Viruses Take Over

ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S3P-1

Chang, Kyeong-Ok

Kansas State University

Role of Proteases in the Replication of PEDV in Cell Culture

S3P-2

Estifanos, Bereket

Arizona State University

Coronavirus Viroporin Envelope (E ) Protein Role in Virus Assembly

S3P-3

V'kovski, Philip

Institute for Virology and Immunology, Bern, Switzerland

Membrane remodeling properties of coronavirus non-structural protein 6 and functions in replication compartment formation

 

Session 4: Emerging & Evolving Viruses

ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S4P-1

Blome, Sandra

Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut

Porcine epidemic diarrhea in Europe: In-detail analyses of disease dynamics and virus evolution

S4P-2

Chang, Yen Chen

National Taiwan University

Comparison of a porcine epidemic diarrhea virus Taiwan isolate with its cell-adapted variant in piglets

S4P-3

Chen, Nanhua

Yangzhou University

Recombination acts on the generation of PEDV variants associated with outbreaks in Fujian China 2016

S4P-4

Gorbalenya, Alexander

Leiden University Medical Center

Planarian virus with giant RNA genome redefines nidoviruses

S4P-5

Gorbalenya, Alexander

Leiden University Medical Center

Evolutionary based classification of genomic diversity of nidoviruses connects metagenomics and experimental research

S4P-6

Hoon-Hanks, Laura

Colorado State University

Experimental infection of ball pythons (Python regius) with ball python nidovirus.

S4P-7

Kao, Chi-Fei

National Taiwan University

Genetic characterization of a new virulent Taiwan porcine epidemic diarrhea virus and its attenuated derivative

S4P-8

Le Gouil, Meriadeg

Université de Caen Normandie / Institut Pasteur Paris

Macro-microevolution of coronaviruses in bats and emergence potentialities of a Betacoronavirus in the Western Palearctic

S4P-9

Leidenberger,  Simone

Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut

Virulence of current PEDV-strains in Germany

S4P-10

Nam, Bora

University of Kentucky

Evolution of equine arteritis virus during persistent infection in experimentally infected stallions

S4P-11

Zhai, Shao-Lun

Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences

A novel subgenotype of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus 2 emerged in China

 

Session 5: How the Host Responds to Viruses

ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S5P-1

Kikkert, Marjolein

Leiden University Medical Center

Type I interferon treatment inhibits the formation of arterivirus replication-associated membrane structures

S5P-2

Liu, Pinghuang

Harbin Veterinary Research Institute

A Spike-specific Whole-porcine Antibody Isolated from a Porcine B cell  Neutralizes PEDV

S5P-3

Lunney, Joan

ARS, USDA

Understanding fetal immune responses to congenital porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infection

S5P-4

Nagata, Noriyo

National Institute of Infectious Diseases

Identification of the immune response properties of human coronaviruses in mouse models

S5P-5

Peng, Ju-Yi

National Taiwan University

Mapping of linear epitopes of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus spike protein using peptide array.

S5P-6

Tan, Wenjie

National Institute for Viral Diseases Control and Prevention/China CDC

A Novel Neutralizing Monoclonal Antibody Targeting the N-terminal Domain of the MERS-CoV Spike Protein

S5P-7

Tan, Wenjie

National Institute for Viral Diseases Control and Prevention/China CDC

Prophylactic and postexposure efficacy against MERS coronavirus in mice with a novel human monoclonal antibody

S5P-8

Yoo, Dongwan

University of Illinois atUrbana-Champaign

Inihbition of type III IFNs in intestinal cells by PEDV

S5P-9

Yu, Lingxue

Shanghai Veterinary Research Institute

Evaluation of immune efficacy of recombinant PRRSV expressing Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor

S5P-10

Zhao, Jincun

Guangzhou Institute of Respiratory Disease, PR China

Recovery from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome is associated with both antibody and T cell responses

 

Poster Presentation #2: 5-7pm, June 7th, 2017

Session 6: Insights into Viral Pathogenesis

ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S6P-1

Andre, Nicole

Cornell University

Characterization of an atypical feline coronavirus associated with an FIP outbreak in a multi-cat household

S6P-2

Carossino, Mariano

University of Kentucky

Equine arteritis virus tissue and cellular tropism during persistent infection in the stallion reproductive tract

S6P-3

Dunowska, Magdalena

Institute of Veterinary, Animal and Biomedical Sciences, Massey University

Humoral responses to non-structural proteins of feline coronavirus in cats with different infection outcomes

S6P-4

Feng, Wen-hai

China Agricultural University

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) induced IL-17 production through PI3K-P38-CREB/C/EBPβ pathways

S6P-5

Fleming, Damarius

USDA/ORISE

Small non-coding RNAs regulate gene silencing and modify homeostatic status in animals faced with PRRSV.

S6P-6

Hackbart, Matthew

Loyola University Chicago

Visualizing the Sequestration and Dispersal of Viral dsRNA during Coronavirus Replication in Macrophages.

S6P-7

Hou, Yixuan

Ohio State University

Deletion of a 197 amino acid-region in the N-terminal domain of spike protein attenuates PEDV

S6P-8

Keep, Sarah

The Pirbright Institute

The role of the IBV S1 and S2 subunits in inducing a protective immune response.

S6P-9

Lamers, Mart

Erasmus Medical Center

The interactome of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus protein 4a revealed by proximity-dependent labeling

S6P-10

Langel, Stephanie N.

The Ohio State University/Food Animal Health Research Program

Defining the gut-mammary gland-secretory IgA axis during porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) infection in pigs.

S6P-11

Li, Yanhua

Kansas state university

Mutations in nsp1beta attenuate the innate immune suppression function of PRRSV

S6P-12

MARTIN, Lydie

Anses, Dozulé Laboratory for Equine Diseases, Virology Unit, France

In vitro infection models to study Equine Arteritis Virus persistence

S6P-13

Milewska, Aleksandra

Jagiellonian University

Apobec3-mediated restriction of RNA virus replication.

S6P-14

Miller, Laura

USDA, Agricultural Research Service, National Animal Disease Center, Virus and Prion Research Unit

Comparative analysis of signature genes in PRRSV-infected porcine monocyte-derived cells at different stimuli

S6P-15

Neuman, Benjamin

College of STEM, Texas A&M University–Texarkana, TX, USA

Fatty acid synthase is important for coronavirus replication

S6P-16

Popescu, Luca

Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine

GP5 of PRRSV as a target for homologous and broadly neutralizing antibodies

S6P-17

Sariol, Alan

University of Iowa

Depletion of microglia by CSF1R inhibition exacerbates encephalitis in mouse hepatitis virus infection

S6P-18

Shi, Da

National Key Laboratory of Veterinary Biotechnology, Harbin Veterinary Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Nucleocapsid interacts with NPM1 enhancing cell survival and involved in PEDV growth

S6P-19

Sinha, Avanti

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Iowa State University

Gene expression of downstream mediators of TLR and RIG-1-like receptors in pigs infected with PEDV

S6P-20

Stevenson-Leggett,

Phoebe

The Pirbright Institute

Generation of a recombinant coronavirus suggests that the S protein is a determinant for pathogenicity

S6P-21

Tan, Wenjie

National Institute for Viral Diseases Control and Prevention/China CDC

MERS-CoV E and M proteins block Autophagosome-Lysosome  Fusion to induce Incomplete Autophagy

S6P-22

van Doremalen, Neeltje

Laboratory of Virology/NIAID/NIH

Transmission of MERS-CoV via aerosols, contact and fomites in a transgenic human DPP4 mouse model

S6P-23

Weng, Changjiang

Harbin Veterinary Research Institute

DDX19A Senses Viral RNA and Mediates NLRP3-Dependent Inflammasome Activation

S6P-24

Yang, Shen

Shanghai Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Nsp2 protein of PRRSV directly interacts with protein phosphatase 1 to facilitate viral replication

S6P-25

Yuan, Fangfeng

Kansas state University

Potential Role of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus Structural Protein nsp1alpha in mitochondrion dysfunction

 

Session 7: Host Genomics and Animal Model Systems

ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S7P-1

Burkard, Christine

The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh

Macrophages from pigs lacking CD163 SRCR5 domain are resistant to PRRSV while maintaining biological function

S7P-2

Gralinski, Lisa

University of North Carolina

New models of Coronavirus pathogenesis using the Collaborative Cross

S7P-3

Kulcsar, Kirsten

University of Maryland School of Medicine

The effect of diabetes on Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus pathogenesis

S7P-4

Leist, Sarah

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Using host genetic platforms to identify single candidate genes: role of BAI1 in coronavirus pathogenesis

S7P-5

Niederwerder, Megan

Kansas State University

Increased microbiome diversity is associated with improved growth rates of pigs after co-infection with PRRSV/PCV2

 

Session 8: Counter Measures to Disease

ID

Presenter

Institution/Organization

Presentation Title

S8P-1

Belouzard, Sandrine

Center for Infection and Immunity of Lille, Institut Pasteur de Lille, Université de Lille

Identification of clemastine fumarate as an entry inhibitor of coronavirus infection

S8P-2

Chang, Chia-Yu

National Taiwan University

Generation and Characterization of Neutralizing Monoclonal Antibodies against the Novel Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus

S8P-3

Chappell, James

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Mutations associated with MERS-CoV escape from neutralizing Spike-directed monoclonal antibodies

S8P-4

Dunowska, Magdalena

Institute of Veterinary, Animal and Biomedical Sciences, Massey University

Development of ELISA for detection of antibodies to wobbly possum disease virus

S8P-5

Gagnon, Carl A.

Université de Montréal

A New Molecular Method to Discriminate Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus Infectious Particles, from Non-infectious Ones

S8P-6

Gimenez-Lirola, Luis

College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University

Assessing the reactivity of anti-PEDV structural protein antibodies to porcine enteric coronaviruses

S8P-7

Grasland, Beatrice

ANSES, French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety, Laboratory of Ploufragan

Assessment of within and between-pen transmission of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus InDel strain

S8P-8

Gu, Jinyan

Nanjing Agricultural University

Monoclonal antibody to nucleocapsid protein of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus

S8P-9

Huang, Baicheng

Northwest A&F University

Effective PRRSV infectious clones stably express Clover (green) or mRuby2 (red) protein

S8P-10

Kvisgaard, Lise

Technical University of Denmark

Construction of a full genome cDNA clone of PRRSV using the Golden Gate system

S8P-11

Li, Liwei

Shanghai Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Generation and Identification of Monoclonal Antibody to Nonstructural Protein 12 of PRRSV

S8P-12

Kikkert, Marjolein

Leiden University Medical Center

Engineering yellow fever virus 17D–based replicons into a DNA-launched vaccine platform for emerging coronaviruses

S8P-13

McIntyre, Ayisha

Georgia State University

Characterization of recombinant simian hemorrhagic fever virus (SHFV) genomes expressing a foreign protein.

S8P-14

Ogando, Natacha

Leiden University Medical Center

Identification and characterization of novel nucleoside analogues that inhibit coronavirus replication

S8P-15

Okba, Nisreen

Erasmus Medical Center

Evaluation of MERS-coronavirus specific antibody responses using recombinant spike S1 protein

S8P-16

Sekimukai, Hanako

National Institute of Infectious Diseases

Expression and characterization of spike proteins of human coronavirus associated with severe pneumonia

S8P-17

Shang, Pengcheng

Kansas state University

A novel mechanism of protein-stimulated trans-activation of ribosomal frameshifting in PRRSV: implication in improved vaccine development

S8P-18

Yan, Xingyu

Kansas state University

Generation and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against simian hemorrhagic fever virus nonstructural protein 2

S8P-19

Tong, Guangzhi

Shanghai Veterinary Research Institute

Recombinant PRRSV expressing E2 of classical swine fever virus protects pigs from lethal challenge of HP-PRRSV and CSFV