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3rd July (Monday)
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08:00-09:00
Registration, poster installation
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08:30-09:30
Husbandry (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Zoltan Varga
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08:30-08:45
Zebrabase: An intuitive zebrafish tracking database solution
Jana Oltova, J. Jindrich, C. Skuta, O. Svoboda, O. Machonova and P. Bartunek
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08:45-09:00
Successful elimination of live feeds in a high production zebrafish facility
Carrie L. Barton, L. Truong, R.L. Tanguay
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08:30-12:00Sanger workshop (Lehár Hall)
09:00-09:15
Different impact of dry feeds on zebrafish growth and reproductive performance
Telma Costa, Joana F. Monteiro, Sandra Martins, Ana C. Certal
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09:15-09:30
A pneumatic dispenser for fast delivery of fish food
Francesco Argenton and Luigi Pivotti
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09:30-10:30
Resources (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Kiyoshi Naruse
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09:30-09:42
Introduction of Taiwan zebrafish core facilities
Sheng-Ping. L. Hwang, May-Su. Yu, Yun-Jin Jiang and Chiou-Hwa Yuh
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09:42-09:54
Resource construction and technical services at the China Zebrafish Resource Center (CZRC)
Yonghua Sun, Luyuan Pan, Kuoyu Li, Feng Xiong, Xunwei Xie, Liyue Liu, Linglu Li, Zhang Yun
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09:54-10:06
How to make your fish see-through? Pnp4a is the causal gene of the medaka iridophore mutant, guanineless
Kiyoshi Naruse, Tetuaki Kimura, Yusuke Takehana
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10:06-10:18
Cryogenic resource preservation and inventory management at the Zebrafish International Resource Center
Zoltán M. Varga
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10:18-10:30
A new, easy and reliable cryopreservation protocol for zebrafish sperm
Sandra Martins, Ana Catarina Certal
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10:30-11:00
Coffee break
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11:00-12:00
Education (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Daria Goś
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11:00-11:15Drinking like a fish: A locally relevant, enquiry-based zebrafish development practical to enhance engagement and relevance in a very large, diverse class of beginning university life sciences students
Kate Hammond
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11:15-11:30e-ZFbook, a new teaching concept
Peter Aleström, Charles M. Press, Michael Moulton, Håkon Sverdvik, Erik M.K. Rasmussen, Elisabeth Dyb, Runa Malmo
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11:30-12:00Earn your stripes – planning and delivering a successful zebrafish outreach activity
Claire Allen, Claire Wilkinson
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12:00-13:00
Genomics-Resources Workshop (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Elisabeth Busch-Nentwich
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12:00-12:15High quality genome assemblies for zebrafish and relatives
Kerstin Howe, William Chow, Joanna Collins, Gregory Concepcion, Sarah Pelan, Michael Quail, Michelle Smith, Glen Threadgold, James Torrance, Jonathan Wood, Shane McCarthy, Jason Chin, Gene Myers, Richard Durbin
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12:15-12:30A high-resolution mRNA expression time course of embryonic development in zebrafish
Richard J. White, John E. Collins, Ian M. Sealy, Neha Wali, Christopher M. Dooley, Derek L. Stemple, Daniel Murphy, Thibaut Hourlier, Anja Füllgrabe, Matthew P. Davis, Anton J. Enright, Elisabeth Busch Nentwich
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12:30-12:45DANIO-CODE update
Ferenc Müller, Matthias Hoertenhuber, Abdul Kadir Murakam, Marcus Stoiber, Damir Baranasic, Anne Eagle5 Fiona Wardle, Shelley Jukes, Ben Brown, Monte Westerfield, Boris Lenhard, Carsten Daub, on behalf of DANIO-CODE consortium members
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12:45-13:00De novo assembly of the zebrafish and goldfish genomes using a combination of PacBio and 10X genomics sequencing approaches
Zelin Chen, Asao Fujiyama, Hironori Wada, Takuya Shirokiya, Takuo Kuroda, Atsushi Miyamoto, Kevin Bishop, Blake Carrington, Raman Sood, Koichi Kawakami, James C. Mullikin, Yoshihiro Omori, Shawn M. Burgess
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13:00-14:00
Lunch
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14:00-14:10
Welcome address (Pátria Hall)
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14:10-15:10
Streisinger keynote lecture by Monte Westerfield (Pátria Hall)
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15:10-16:00
Coffee break
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16:00-17:00
Tissue formation and structure (Pátria Hall)
Chair: Alex Schier
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16:00-16:15Actin dependent mechanisms for apical interkinetic nuclear migration vary depending on tissue architecture
I. Yanakieva, A. Erzberger, G. Salbreux, Caren Norden
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16:15-16:30Mechanisms of yolk syncytial layer formation
Zoltán Spiró, Carl-Philipp Heisenberg
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16:30-16:45Confined primed conversion and beyond: Generating labels for advanced in vivo imaging
Manuel A. Mohr, Lluc Rullan Sabater, Hanyu Qin, Maaike Welling, Periklis Pantazis
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16:45-17:00Instruction of chordoblasts by retinoic acid is required for segmental notochord sheath ossification during zebrafish vertebral column development
Hans-Martin Pogoda, L. Schneiders, I. Riedl-Quinkerts, J.D. Waxman, R. Dale, Lleras-Forero, L.S. Schulte-Merker and M. Hammerschmidt
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17:00-18:00
Genomics/Epigenetics (Pátria Hall)
Chair: José-Luis Gomez Skarmeta
17:00-18:30
Chemical biology (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Philipp Gut
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17:00-17:15Epigenomic imprinting of heart development and its perturbations
Michal Pawlak, Katarzyna Kedzierska, Karim Abu Nahia, Hashimoto Kosuke, Jordan Ramilowski, Lukasz Bugajski, Aleksandra Marconi, Katarzyna Piwocka, Piero Carninci, Cecilia Winata,
17:00-17:15
M3 muscarinic receptors limit pacemaker potential during early cardiogenesis
Martina S. Burczyk, Martin D. Burkhalter, Teresa Casar Tena, Laurel A. Grisanti, Sabrina Matysik, Sebastian Wiese, Monika Kustermann, Melanie Rothe, Michael Kühl, Wolfram H. Zimmermann, Juergen Wess, Douglas G. Tilley, Melanie Philipp
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17:15-17:30Generational effects of low dose ionizing radiation on DNA methylation in zebrafish
Jorke H. Kamstra, L.S. Hurem, Martin Martin, L.C. Lindeman, J. Legler, J.L. Lyche, P. Aleström
17:15-17:30
In vivo drug discovery identifies a compound that reduces seizure-like activity in the zebrafish model of CLN2 disease
R. Martin-Jimenez, F. Mahmood, V. Brickell, D. Nalkos, M. Campanella, Claire Russell
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17:30-17:45Uncovering novel targets for p63-related hereditary malformations
José M. Santos-Pereira, Juan J. Tena
17:30-17:45
The role of the tumor suppressor Lkb1 in metabolic adaptation
Laurie A. Mans, A-P. Haramis
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17:45-18:00The establishment of transcriptionally competent chromatin during zebrafish zygotic genome activation
Máté Pálfy, Gunnar Schulze, Eivind Valen, Nadine L. Vastenhouw
17:45-18:00
Synthetic reconstruction of nodal signaling through genetic code expansion
Saravanan Palani, Junetha Syed, Scott Clarke, Shruthi Vijaykumar, Leo Vong, Andreas Zaucker, Mohan Balasubramanian, Karuna Sampath
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18:00-18:15
A small molecule screen identifies candidate compounds restoring ILK-dependent signaling in an in vivo model of genetic cardiomyopathy
Maryam Shahid, D. Köhler, C. Pylatiuk, W. Rottbauer and Steffen Just
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18:15-18:30
Inhibition of Cdk5 promotes β-cell differentiation from ductal progenitors in pebrafish and mouse/human stem cells
Ka-Cheuk Liu, Daisuke Sakano, Charlotte L. Mattsson, Linn Rautio, Shoen Kume, Olov Andersson
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18:30-19:00
Technical break
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19:00-20:00
Elly Tanaka keynote lecture (Pátria Hall)
Exploring regeneration in the axolotl model system
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20:00-22:00
Welcome reception
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4th July (Tuesday)
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08:00-09:00
Registration, poster installation
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09:00-10:30
Disease models I (Pátria Hall)
Chair: Rachel Giles
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09:00-09:15Therapeutic drug discovery and development using a zebrafish genetic model of Dravet syndrome
Aliesha L. Griffin, K.R. Hamling, K. Knupp, P. Jaishankar, A.R.Renslo and S.C. Baraban
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09:15-09:30Loss of erythropoietin aggravates hyperglycemia induced renal damage and alters embryonic renal development via induction of apoptosis in zebrafish
Jianqing She and Jens Kroll
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09:30-09:45Mutant ush2a zebrafish models show early onset retinal dysfunction
Margo Dona, R. Slijkerman, T. Peters, L. Hetterschijt, H. Kremer, S.C. Neuhauss, J. Zang, M. Kamermans, M. Westerfield, J.B. Phillips and E. van Wijk
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09:45-10:00The undiagnosed diseases network: validation of YPEL3 as a disease causing gene
Bernardo Blanco-Sánchez, Aurélie Clément, Jennifer Phillips, Jeremy Wegner, Judy Peirce and Monte Westerfield
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10:00-10:15From structure to function: In vivo, in vitro and in silico analyses of the Dyskerin enzyme
Máté Varga, György Ferenczy, Gusztáv Schay, Dóra K. Menyhárd, Eszter Balogh, Dóra Judit Kiss, Renáta Hamar, Regina Légrádi and Kálmán Tory
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10:15-10:30Extensive regulation of diurnal transcription and metabolism by glucocorticoids
Benjamin D. Weger, Meltem Weger, Benjamin Görling, Andrea Schink, Cédric Gobet, Teoman Akcay, Céline Keime, Gernot Poschet, Bernard Jost, Rüdiger Hell, Nils Krone, Tülay Güran, Frédéric Gachon, Burkhard Luy, Thomas Dickmeis
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10:30-11:00
Coffee break
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11:00-12:30
Disease models II (Pátria Hall)
Chair: Monte Westerfield
11:00-12:30
Patterning I (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Mary Mullins
11:00-12:30
Stem cells I (Lehár/Brahms Halls)
Chair: Jochen Wittbrodt
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11:00-11:15Deciphering the function and mechanisms of C9ORF72 in ALS
Hortense de Calbiac, Sorana Ciura, Maria-Letizia Campanari, Doris-Lou Demy, Nicolas Charlet-Berguerand, Edor Kabashi
11:00-11:15
Coordinate regulation of development by a shared RNA element
Andreas Zaucker, Agnieszka Nagorska, Yin Wang, Sizhou Huang, Ledean Cooper, Pooja Kumari, Nikolai Hecker, Jan Brosens, Jan Gorodkin and Karuna Sampath
11:00-11:15
Notch3 signaling and neural stem cells homeostasis in the adult zebrafish pallium
E. Than-Trong, S. Ortica, L. Bally-Cuif and Alessandro Alunni
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11:15-11:30Phenomics analysis of zebrafish type I collagen mutants reveals a spectrum of skeletal phenotypes mimicking the clinical variability in human brittle bone disease
Andy Willaert, C. Gistelinck, R.Y. Kwon, F. Malfait, P. Vermassen, H. De Saffel, K. Henke, M. Weis, A. De Paepe, M. P. Harris, D. R. Eyre, P. J. Coucke
11:15-11:30
CachD1 is a novel type I transmembrane protein that regulates the development of habenular asymmetry in zebrafish
Ana Faro, H. Stickney, G. Powell, G. Gestri, I. Lekk, P. Henriques, R. Young, T. Hawkins, F. Cavodeassi, Q. Schwartz, G. Wright, D. Raible, S. Wilson
11:15-11:30
The stem cell rationale of permanent growth
Lazaro Centanin, J. Stolper, E. Ambrosio
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11:30-11:45Generalized light-induced seizures in gabra1 knockout zebrafish: a simple model for unravelling the molecular basis of epilepsy and screening for anti-epileptic drugs
Éric Samarut, Raphaëlle Riché, Amrutha Swaminathan, Meijiang Liao and Pierre Drapeau
11:30-11:45
Dishevelled isoforms play distinct function in embryonic patterning and morphogenetic movements during zebrafish early development
Yan-Yi Xing, Ming Shao, De-Li Shi
11:30-11:45
Sox2 regulates Müller glia reprogramming and proliferation in the damaged zebrafish retina
David R. Hyde, Ryne A. Gorsuch, Manuela Lahne, Clare E. Yarka and Michael E. Petravick
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11:45-12:00A model to measure tau protein clearance in vivo – investigating how the A152T-tau variant contributes to multiple neurodegenerative diseases
Ana Lopez Ramirez, S. E. Lee, G. Coppola, B. L. Miller, D. C. Rubinsztein, A. Fleming
11:45-12:00
Self-organizing pattern formation downstream of Nodal required for endoderm specification
Antonius L. van Boxtel, A.D. Economou, C. Heliot, G. Salbreux, S. Grigolon, C.S. Hill
11:45-12:00
Sclerotome contributes to the hematopoietic stem cell specification niche
Clair M. Kelley, N.O. Glenn, D. Gays, Z. Jiang, R.N. Wilkinson, M.M. Santoro, W.K. Clements
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12:00-12:15Zebrafish thyroid: a model to investigate physio-pathological implications of the H2O2-generating system
Nicoletta Giusti, R. Opitz, A. Trubiroha, P. Gillotay, F. Miot, S. Costagliola and Xavier De Deken
12:00-12:15
Delta/Notch signaling is essential for the establishment of apico-basal polarity in the zebrafish spinal cord
Priyanka Sharma, Vishnu Muraleedharan Saraswathy, Li Xiang, Maximilian Fürthauer
12:00-12:15
How to make a stem cell: novel roles for TGFβ in the haemogenic endothelium
Rui Monteiro, Philip Pinheiro, Nicola Joseph, Tessa Peterkin, Jana Koth, Emmanouela Repapi, Florian Bonkhofer, Arif Kirmizitas, Roger Patient
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12:15-12:30Cilia formation is coupled to mitochondrial homeostasis
Martin D. Burkhalter, Martina S. Burczyk, Competence Network for Congenital Heart Defects Investigators, Dorota Wloga, Paul Walther, Melanie Philipp
12:15-12:30
The chromatin factor Udu/Gon4l regulates embryonic axis extension by promoting notochord boundary-associated cell polarity through limiting epcam expression
Margot L.K. Williams, Atsushi Sawada, Terin Budine, Chunyue Yin, Lilianna Solnica-Krezel
12:15-12:30
Zebrafish heart regeneration depends on alleviation of cardiomyocyte genomic stress by BMP signaling
Mohan Dalvoy, Chi-Chung Wu, Gilbert Weidinger
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12:30-14:00
Lunch
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14:00-16:00Poster session I
From 15:30 Coffee break
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List of posters
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15:00-16:00
Community session (Pátria Hall)
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16:00-17:30
Disease models III (Pátria Hall)
Chair: Yann Gibert
16:00-17:30
Stem Cells II (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Kenneth Poss
16:00-17:30
Neurobiology (Lehár/Brahms Halls)
Chair: Caren Norden
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16:00-16:15Genetic disruption of 21-hydroxylase in zebrafish causes interrenal hyperplasia – an in vivo model for congenital adrenal hyperplasia
Helen Eachus, A. Zaucker, A. Griffin, K. Storbeck, T. Güran, M. Weger, A. Taylor, F. Mueller, N. Krone
16:00-16:15
Stem cell clonal drift regulates adult myotome formation
Phong D. Nguyen, Carmen Sonntag, David B. Gurevich, Lucy Hersey, Sara Alaei, Hieu T. Nim, Ashley Siegel, Thomas E. Hall, Fernando J. Rossello, Sarah E. Boyd, Jose M. Polo, Peter D. Currie
16:00-16:15
Functional analysis of Meteorin and Meteorin-like proteins in zebrafish neurodevelopment
Flavia De Santis, T. Auer, K. Duroure, F. Del Bene
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16:15-16:30Na+/K+-ATPase is an essential regulator of the vertebrate heart rate
Alexander Pott, Sarah Bock, Karin Frese, Tillman Dahme, Mirjam Kessler, Nils Decher, Wolfgang Rottbauer, Steffen Just
16:15-16:30
Stat3-dependent mitochondrial DNA transcription drives stem cells proliferation in zebrafish
Margherita Peron, Andrea Vettori, Laura Martorano, Francesco Argenton
16:15-16:30
A CRISPR/Cas9 screen for genes that mediate growth of the zebrafish eye
Leonardo E. Valdivia, J. Plaisancie, L.T. Tucker, M. Khosravi, E.W. Mackay, R. Wycliffe, B. Deml, E.V. Semina, S.W. Wilson
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16:30-16:45Zebrafish model of Saethre-Chotzen syndrome reveals genetic conservation despite shifts in tissue origins
Camilla Teng, Robert Maxson, Gage Crump
16:30-16:45
Wnt signaling controls a pro-regenerative extracellular matrix in functional spinal cord regeneration
Daniel Wehner, T.M. Tsarouchas, A. Michael, C. Haase, G. Weidinger, M.M. Reimer, T. Becker, C.G. Becker
16:30-16:45
Splicing factor proline-glutamine rich (SFPQ) in motor axon development and neurodegeneration
Richard Taylor, T. Fielding, P. Gordon and C. Houart
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16:45-17:00A zebrafish model of classic galactosemia: paving the way for new insights on this metabolic disorder
Ana I. Coelho, J.M. Vanoevelen, B. van Erven, J. Bierau, X. Huang, G.T. Berry, R. Vos, M.E. Rubio-Gozalbo
16:45-17:00
The AhR pathway regulates restorative neurogenesis
Tamara Durovic, R. Di Giaimo, M. Reiser , A. Kociaj, M. Irmler, F. Cernilogar, G. Schotta, J. Barbosa, D. Trümbach, S. Sirko, E. V. Baumgart, J. Beckers, W. Wurst, M. Götz and J. Ninkovic
16:45-17:00
Insights into the cellular and molecular mechanisms of microglia ontogeny
Giuliano Ferrero, Eleonore Dupuis, David Traver, Julien Bertrand, Valerie Wittamer
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17:00-17:15Regulation of the feeding-to-fasting transition by the tumor suppressor Lkb1
Laurie A. Mans, Laia Querol Cano, Jason van Pelt, Panagiota Giardoglou, Willem-Jan Keune and Anna-Pavlina G. Haramis
17:00-17:15
Collagen XIV as a new regulator of basement membrane biomechanics during zebrafish caudal fin regeneration
P. Nauroy, J. Chlasta, A. Guiraud, M. Malbouyres, B. Gillet, E. Lambert, M. Grammont, S. Hughes, Florence Ruggiero
17:00-17:15
Developing a zebrafish model for investigating neurovascular function
Karishma Chhabria, K. Plant, C. Howarth, P.M. Santoscoy, V.T. Cunliffe, O. Bandmann, T.J.A. Chico
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17:15-17:30Dynamics of mitochondrial biogenesis in zebrafish skeletal muscle
Alice Parisi, Laura Strohm, Joy Richard, Eugenia Migliavacca, Jerome Feige, Bruce M. Spiegelman, Philipp Gut
17:15-17:30
Fndc3a regulates fin development and regeneration in zebrafish through actinotrichia fiber assembly
Daniel Liedtke, Melanie Orth, Isabell Köblitz, Sinje Geuer, Eva Klopocki
17:15-17:30
Loss of lrrk2 impairs cell proliferation, catecholaminergic catabolism and reactive neurogenesis in the zebrafish brain
Stefano Suzzi, Reiner Ahrendt, Stefan Hans, Saygin Bilican, Shady Sayed, Sandra Spiess, Svetlana Semenova, Pertti Panula, Michael Brand
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17:30-18:30
IZFS Awards: George Streisinger Award and Chi-Bin Chien Award
(Pátria Hall)
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Chi-Bin Chien Award:
PAPP-AA regulates photoreceptor synaptogenesis to mediate dark elicited behavior
Andrew Miller, Holly Howe, Scott Friedle, Marc Wolman
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18:30-20:00Poster session I
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List of posters
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5th July (Wednesday)
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08:00-09:00
Registration, poster installation
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09:00-10:30
Organogenesis I (Pátria Hall)
Chair: Didier Stainier
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09:00-09:15Essential and compensatory functions for GATA transcription factors during zebrafish organogenesis
E.J. Mercer, I. Torregroza and Todd Evans
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09:15-09:30Loss of Tdp-43 causes angiogenic defects by increasing Fibronectin and Integrina 4/b1
Katrin Strecker, Bettina Pitter, Miha Modic, Sebastian Lewandowski, Alexander Hruscha, Stefan Bonn, Eloi Montanez, Bettina Schmid
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09:30-09:45Neural crest contributes to the hematopoietic stem cell specification niche
E.W. Damm, M. Ganuza, S. McKinney-Freeman, Wilson K. Clements
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09:45-10:00Blood flow and cilia control vascular mural cells recruitment in vertebrates
Massimo Santoro, Xiaowen Chen, Dafne Gays, Carlo Milia
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10:00-10:15Targeted blood vessel deletion through stabilin-dependent nanoparticle uptake in scavenger endothelial cells
Jeroen Bussmann, S. Sieber, F.L. Bos, E. van Rooijen, G.Arias-Alpizar, B.Koch, L.I.Zon, H.Spaink, J. Huwyler, A. Kros and F. Campbell
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10:15-10:30Cells specialize towards growth-promoting or functional roles during organ scaling
Sumeet Pal Singh, Sharan Janjuha, Theresa Hartmann, Özge Kayışoğlu, Sarah Birke, Priyanka Murawala, Kei Murata, Anne Eugster, Naoki Tsuji, Michael Brand, Nikolay Ninov
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10:30-11:00
Coffee break
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11:00-12:30
Organogenesis II (Pátria Hall)
Chair: Olov Andersson
11:00-12:30
Patterning II (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Florence Marlow
11:00-12:45
Cancer (Lehár/Brahms Halls)
Chair: Marina Mione
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11:00-11:15Ptf1a+, ela3l– cells are developmentally maintained progenitors for exocrine regeneration following extreme loss of acinar cells in zebrafish larvae
Nicole Schmitner, Kenji Kohno, Dirk Meyer
11:00-11:15
The Hippo pathway effector Taz is required for the formation of the micropyle in zebrafish
Chaitanya Dingare, Peng Xia, Luis Ricardo Fuentes, Mary Mullins, Carl-Philipp Heisenberg and Virginie Lecaudey
11:00-11:15
Cell lineage tracing revealed the reversion of liver tumor cells to normal hepatocytes during tumor regression of xmrk transgenic zebrafish
Yan Li, Zhiyuan Gong
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11:15-11:30Close similarity between pancreatic and intestinal endocrine cells as revealed by their transcriptome analysis and the loss of Isl1 function
Justine Pirson, David Stern, Arnaud Lavergne, Isabelle Manfroid, Bernard Peers, Marianne L. Voz
11:15-11:30
Nr2f nuclear receptors antagonize Edn1 signaling to specify the upper jaw
Lindsey Barske, Pauline Rataud, Samuel G. Cox, Ruchi Bajpai, J. Gage Crump
11:15-11:30
Estrogen sensing in the liver by the G protein-coupled receptor GPER1 regulates PI3K/AKT and MTOR activity to control normal and malignant growth
S. Chaturantabut, A. Cox, K. Evason, A. Schepers, D. Gorelick, S. Bhatia, T.E. North, Wolfram Goessling
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11:30-11:45A CRISPR/Cas-based mutagenesis approach in zebrafish to delineate gene function underlying congenital hypothyroidism
Pierre Gillotay, A. Trubiroha, N. Giusti, B. Haerlingen, D. Gacquer, R. Opitz and Sabine Costagliola
11:30-11:45
CRISPR/Cas9 induced mutations in zebrafish CS/DS glycosyltransferase genes – effects on glycosylation, morphology and transcriptome
J. Habicher, G. Varshney, S.M. Burgess, Johan Ledin
11:30-11:45
Accurate quantification of homologous recombination in zebrafish: brca2 deficiency as a paradigm
Jeroen Vierstraete, Y. Willaert, Petra Vermassen, Leen Pieters, Paul J. Coucke, Anne Vral, Kathleen B.M. Claes
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11:45-12:00Endoglin controls blood vessel diameters via endothelial cell shape changes in response to haemodynamic cues
Wade Sugden, Robert Meissner, Tinri Aegerter-Wilmsen, Roman Tsaryk, Elvin Leonard, Jeroen Bussmann, Mailin Hamm, Wiebke Herzog, Cornelia Denz, Arndt Siekmann
11:45-12:00
Endogenous lipid peroxidation product 9-HSA regulates progenitor fate in the vertebrate retina
Shahad Albadri, F. Naso, C. Parolin, K. Duroure, J. Fiori, C. Boga, N. Calonghi, F. Del Bene
11:45-12:00
Modeling BRIP1/FANCJ DNA helicase overexpression in a dβh-MYCN neuroblastoma zebrafish model supports its role as cooperative 17q driver oncogene involved in G-quadruplex induced replicative stress
Suzanne Vanhauwaert, A. Fieuw, C. Leonelli, E. Janssens, B. Decaesteker, J. De Wyn, P. Depuydt, S. De Brouwer, Neuroblastoma Research Consortium, N. Van Roy, S. He, A.T. Look, K. de Preter, F. Speleman
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12:00-12:15foxc1a and foxc1b exhibit distinct compensatory requirements during brain and trunk angiogenesis and haematopoietic stem cell formation in zebrafish
Zhen Jiang, T. Evans, M. Loose, T.J.A. Chico, R.N. Wilkinson
12:00-12:15
Mechanism of ectopic lens fiber differentiation in response to early endosome trafficking defects
A. Hagiwara, T. Mochizuki, Y. Kojima, Y. Nishiwaki and Ichiro Masai
12:00-12:15
Extravascular migratory metastasis and angiotropism in uveal and cutaneous melanoma progression
Giulia Fornabaio, R. Barnhill, C. Lugassy, S. Roman-Roman, S. Alsafadi, F. Del Bene
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12:15-12:30Cardiac lymphatic development in the adult zebrafish
Michael Harrison, Xidi Feng, Stefan Schulte-Merker, Ching-Ling Lien
12:15-12:30
Cell and tissue morphogenesis at the interface between the cerebrospinal fluid and the spinal cord
L.F. Desban, Y. Cantaut-Belarif, A. Prendergast, J. Roussel, J. Sternberg, O. Thouvenin, C. Boccara, C. Wyart, Pierre-Luc Bardet
12:15-12:30
A non-canonical function of telomerase RNA in myelopoiesis
Jesús Garcia-Castillo, Francisca Alcaraz-Pérez, Diana García Moreno, Manuel Bernabe-Garcia, Elena Martinez-Balsalobre, Ana B. Perez-Oliva, Victoriano Mulero, Maria L. Cayuela
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12:15-12:45
A preclinical zebrafish model of brain tumor with alternative mechanisms of telomere maintenance (ALT)
Aurora Idilli, Marialuisa Cayuela, Marina Mione
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12:30-14:00
Lunch
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14:00-16:00Poster session II
From 15:30 Coffee break
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List of posters
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15:00-16:00
EuFishBioMed meeting (Pátria Hall)
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16:00-17:30
Organogenesis III (Pátria Hall)
Chair: Steve Wilson
16:00-17:30
Immunity and infectious disease (Bartók Hall)
Chair: Annemarie Meijer
16:00-17:30
Reproductive biology and
evolutionary biology (Lehár/Brahms Halls)
Chair: Marie-Andrée Akimenko
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16:00-16:15A novel endothelium-derived perivascular cell population in the zebrafish brain
Marina Venero Galanternik, Daniel Castranova, Aniket V. Gore, Nathan H. Blewett, Hyun Min Jung, Amber N. Stratman, Martha R. Kirby, Mayumi F. Miller, James Iben, Koichi Kawakami, Richard J. Maraia and Brant M. Weinstein
16:00-16:15
The role of AhR in innate immune responses to Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection
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