We are pleased to inform you that we received over 75 poster abstracts. The authors of all poster abstracts have been invited to present their poster at the 33rd Ernst Klenk Symposium 2017 related to the following topics:
Research Area A: Poster A01 - A18
Exploring molecular concepts of cell renewal & stem cell function in tissue maintenance & repair
Research Area B: Poster B01 - B40
Mechanisms of cellular communication in tissue regeneration, repair and fibrosis
Research Area C: Poster C01 - C09
New strategies of targeting the immune response in tissue remodeling
Research Area D: Poster D01 - D10
Challenges and perspectives for translating scientific discoveries in regenerative medicine
The poster track is intended as a forum that provides an opportunity for the authors to present original research results and to promote scientific interaction.
The scientific content, but also originality, potential impact as well as importance of the topic, novelty and relevance of the submitted poster abstracts will be evaluated.
During the poster presentation over 70 posters were presented (Program-Poster Abstract Book_Klenk 2017). The poster track provided an excellent forum for presenting original research results and to promoting scientific interaction. The Poster Evaluation Committee awarded the poster award to the presenting author of following poster presentations:
A-08: Plasticity, convergence and legacy of Lgr5 and Lgr6 stem cells during cutaneous wound repair
S. Joost, Tina Jacob, X. Sun, M. Kasper - Center for Innovative Medicine & Dept. of Biosciences and Nutrition, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, SE
B-14 : Tissue-specific roles of FGF signaling during zebrafish caudal fin regeneration
Christopher Jahn, D. Wehner, G. Weidinger - Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Ulm Univ., Ulm, DE
C-05: Comprehensive identification of wound healing and inflammation miRNAs reveals a key role for miR-223 in neutro-philic clearance of Staphylococcus aureus at wound sites
Dept. of Pathology, Nagasaki Univ. School of Medicine, JP
B-25: Fibroblast secretion of TGFβ1 is executed by secretory autophagy
Julian Nüchel1, S. Ghatak2, A. Zuk1, M. Mörgelin3, T. Krieg2,4,5, G. Sengle1,4, B. Eckes2, M. Plomann1
1Biochemistry II & 2Dermatology, Univ. of Cologne, 3Division of Infection Medicine, Lund Univ., SE, 4CMMC & CECAD, Univ of Cologne, DE
Catherin Niemann, Julian Nüchel, Ryoichi Mori, Tina Jacobs, Christopher Jahn, Sabine Eming and Sabine Werner(from left to right).