7th International C. difficile Symposium

Virtual meeting
Weekly sessions starting in September 2020

POSTERS ICDS 2018

Presenting author#TITLE  
Dorr, Mary BethP1ENDOGENOUS SERUM IGG ANTIBODIES TO CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE TOXIN B ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PROTECTION AGAINST C. DIFFICILE INFECTION RECURRENCE
Mizrahi, AssafP2CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION MOUSE MODEL FOR THE ANALYSIS OF NATURAL SYSTEMIC AND MUCOSAL IMMUNITY
Mizrahi, AssafP3PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE ADAPTIVE IMMUNE RESPONSE TO SLPA IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION
Tsai, Pei-Jane P4CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INDUCES AN ATP-P2X7 MEDIATED INFLAMMASOME ACIVATION
Baines, SimonP5PROBIOTICS TO PREVENT INDUCTION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION?
Dong, Danfeng P6EFFECTS OF INTESTINAL COLONIZATION BY CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE AND STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ON MICROBIOTA DIVERSITY IN HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS IN CHINA
Piotrowski, MichalP7THE INFLUENCE OF FOOD OLIGOSACCHARIDES (PREBIOTICS) ON ADHESION OF C. DIFFICILE TO THE HUMAN COLONIC EPITHELIAL CELL LINE (HT29/C1) IN VITRO: A PILOT STUDY
Moura, InesP8MONITORING BACTERIAL POPULATIONS IN AN IN VITRO MODEL OF THE HUMAN COLON WITH RESOLVED CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION FOLLOWING FAECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANTATION
Normington, CharmaineP9USE OF AN IN VITRO GUT MODEL OF RECURRENT CDI TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF FECAL TRANSPLANTS
Buckley, AnthonyP10SER-109 PREVENTS RECURRENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN A DOSE DEPENDENT MANNER IN AN IN VITRO MODEL OF THE GI MICROBIOME
Govoni, GregoryP11DEVELOPMENT OF A PROBIOTIC TREATMENT FOR C. DIFFICILE INFECTIONS USING HYBRID MICROBES THAT ACT VIA MULTIPLE MODES OF ACTION
Janoir, ClaireP12IMPACT OF SACCHAROMYCES BOULARDII CNCM I-745 ON THE IN VITRO BIOFILM OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Mahnic, Aleksander P13C. DIFFICILE GROWTH AND CYTOTOXICITY ASSOCIATED BACTERIAL SIGNATURES IN THE IN VITRO MODULATED GUT MICROBIOTA
Siddiqui, FaridaP14ISOGENIC BINARY TOXIN C. DIFFICILE MUTANT (CDT-) SHOWS DECREASED ADHERENCE IN VITRO COMPARED TO THE PARENT (CDT+) STRAIN
Kong, Ka YiP15CLARIFYING THE MECHANISMS OF RIBOTYPE 002 VIRULENCE IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION
Romo, MarianaP16PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF NON-TOXIGENIC CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE STRAINS ISOLATED FROM MEXICAN PATIENTS
Dawson, LisaP17PLEOTROPIC REGULATORY PROTEINS SINR AND CD2215 ARE ASSOCIATED WITH BIOFILM FORMATION, MOTILITY AND SPORULATION IN C. DIFFICILE
Androga, GraceP18PUTATIVE VIRULENCE FACTORS IDENTIFIED IN LARGE CLOSTRIDIAL NEGATIVE, BINARY TOXIN PRODUCING C. DIFFICILE STRAINS
Hong, StaceyP19PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERISATION OF AN EMERGING MLST CLADE 2 LINEAGE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE , RIBOTYPE 251
Barwinska-Sendra, AnnaP20STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISATION OF THE CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE S-LAYER
de Castro Brito, Gerly AnneP21C. DIFFICILE TOXIN A INHIBITES WNT / Β-CATENIN PATHWAY IN VIVO AND IN VITRO VIA RAC-1 INACTIVATION
de Castro Brito, Gerly AnneP22EFFECTS OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE -TOXIN A AND B ON ENTERIC GLIAL CELLS
Garneau, JulianP23IMPACT OF THE HIGHLY PREVALENT PHI027 PROPHAGE ON THE BIOLOGY AND VIRULENCE OF THE EPIDEMIC CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE STRAIN RIBOTYPE 027
Kelly, AbigailP24C. DIFFICILE PEPTIDOGLYCAN REMODELLING DURING ENGULFMENT
Harris, HannahP25DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN VITRO TEST OF COLONISATION RESISTANCE TO CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN FAECAL SAMPLES
Schwanbeck, Julian P26CHEMOTAXIS IN CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE
Wang, ZiyiP27INVESTIGATING THE BIOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION OF C. DIFFICILE TYPE IV PILI PROTEINS
Boekhoud, IlseP28GENOME ORGANIZATION DRIVES THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSES TO SUB-INHIBITORY CONCENTRATIONS OF POLYMERASE INHIBITORS IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Corver, JeroenP29PROTEOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE HTRA IS IMPORTANT FOR HTRA EXPRESSION LEVELS, BUT NOT FOR SPORULATION
Corver, JeroenP30IDENTIFICATION AND VALIDATION OF TWO PEPTIDE MARKERS FOR THE RECOGNITION OF C. DIFFICILE MLST-1 AND MLST-11 BY MALDI-MS
Oatley, PeterP31S-LAYER SECRETION IN C. DIFFICILE
O'Beirne, ShaunaP32CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE CELL SURFACE BIOGENESIS
Fernandes, NadiaP33IDENTIFICATION OF GENES IMPLICATED IN COLONISATION AND SURVIVAL OF C. DIFFICILE IN THE GUT, USING RANDOM TRANSPOSON MUTAGENESIS
Paiva, AnaP34THE HISTONE-LIKE PROTEIN HUPA OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE COMPACTS DNA
Rennhack, Kim EileenP35INTERACTOMIC STUDIES OF PROTEINS INVOLVED IN THE STICKLAND FERMENTATION OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE
Leite Costa, CecíliaP36MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SPORULATION OF A NEW STRAIN OF C. DIFFICILE MLST CLADE 2 ISOLATED AT A CANCER HOSPITAL IN BRAZIL.
Turk, DušanP37STRUCTURAL INSIGHT INTO THE CELL WALL-ANCHORING MODULE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE S-LAYER PROTEINS
Harrison, MarkP38FACTORS AFFECTING PRODUCTION OF THE BACTERIOSTATIC COMPOUND PARA-CRESOL IN C. DIFFICILE
Ingle, PatrickP39GENERATION OF A SNP-FREE, FULLY ERYTHROMYCIN-SENSITIVE C. DIFFICILE 630 STRAIN USING CRISPR-CAS9 MUTAGENESIS
Poquet, IsabelleP40A CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE BIOFILM: REMODELLING METABOLISM AND CELL SURFACE TO BUILD A 3D ARCHITECTURE
Troitzsch, DanielP41INVOLVEMENT OF PERR AND ITS OPERON IN THE OXIDATIVE STRESS RESPONSE IN CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE
Michel, Annika-MarisaP42ADAPTATION OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE TO OSMOTIC STRESS
Alves Feliciano, CarolinaP43OXYGEN TOLERANCE AND REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES PROTECTION IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Sievers, SusanneP44ELUCIDATION OF THE MECHANISTIC DETAILS OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE ´S TOLERANCE TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF DIFFERENT BILE ACIDS
Peltier, JohannP45THE DIVERSE ROLES OF CYCLIC-DI-AMP IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Kint, NicolasP46DECIPHERING OF THE SIGMA B SIGNALLING ACTIVATION PATHWAY IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Logan, SusanP47DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF A RECOMBINANT BCLA3 SPORE GLYCOPEPTIDE VACCINE FOR PREVENTION OF C. DIFFICILE INFECTION
Nale, JanetP48COMBATING CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION WITH AN OPTIMISED BACTERIOPHAGE COCKTAIL
Reigadas, ElenaP49FECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANTATION FOR RECURRENT CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION: EXPERIENCE WITH LYOPHILIZED CAPSULES
Roshan Hesari, NiloufarP50MECHANISMS OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTION OF PLANT EXTRACTS AGAINST CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Vendrik, KarunaP51TWO YEARS OF EXPERIENCES WITH TREATMENT OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE INFECTIONS USING THE NETHERLANDS DONOR FECES BANK
Duperchy, EstherP52RIDINILAZOLE (RDZ) REDUCES RECURRENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION (CDI) WITH MINIMAL IMPACT ON THE GUT MICROBIOTA
Bassères, EugénieP53VISUALIZATION OF THE ASSOCIATION OF FIDAXOMICIN AND CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE SPORES
Chapman, SarahP54ISOLATION AND CHARATERISATION OF A NOVEL BACTERIOCIN THAT IS ACTIVE AGAINST CLINICALLY RELAVENT STRAINS OF C. DIFFICILE
Sambol, SusanP55ABSENCE OF PASSIVE TRANSFER OF TOXIN GENES FROM TOXIGENIC C. DIFFICILE (CD) TO NON-TOXIGENIC C. DIFFICILE (NTCD) STRAIN M3
Blount, KenP56EVALUATING SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF MICROBIOTA-BASED THERAPIES FOR RECURRENT CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION: THE ADDED INSIGHT OF MICROBIOME PROFILING AND THE MICROBIOME HEALTH INDEX IN TWO PHASE 2 CONTROLLED TRIALS OF RBX2660
Nikolic, NatasaP57ORAL TEICOPLANIN FOR SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF RECURRENT CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION
Wu, YuanP58HIGH RATE OF MULTI DRUG RESISTANT CLADE 4 CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE ISOLATES FROM CHINA AND CARRIAGE OF ANTI BIOTIC RESISTANT GENES
Sevilla, Eloisa P59ABSENCE OF A METRONIDAZOLE RESISTANCE MARKER IN CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE PCR-RIBOTYPE 078 ISOLATES FROM PORCINE ORIGIN
Vernon, JonathanP60FLUOROQUINOLONE RESISTANCE MUTATION CONFERS A FITNESS ADVANTAGE ON CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN A CONTINUOUS CO-CULTURE MODEL
Avberšek, JanaP61ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE OF C. DIFFICILE ISOLATES OBTAINED FROM TWO PIG FARMS IN LONGITUDINAL STUDY
Stas, JeroenP62MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS IN CDI: SWITCHING TO NAAT AS SCREENING METHODOLOGY?
Bajaj-Elliott, Mona P63DETECTION OF TOXIN-PRODUCING CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN THE PAEDIATRIC POPULATION AT GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL (GOSH): AN EVALUATION OF CURRENT METHODOLOGIES AND DEVELOPMENT OF A TESTING ALGORITHM.
Van Broeck, JohanP64ENHANCED SENSITIVITY AND ACCURACY BY LASER READING OF RAPID TESTS FOR CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE GDH DETECTION
Koskinen, Juha M.P65GDH AND TOXIN A/B CONCENTRATIONS DO NOT DEPEND ON STOOL CONSISTENCY IN PATIENTS WITH CLINICAL SUSPICION FOR CDI
Barbut, FrédéricP66THE SIMOA ASSAY FOR DETECTION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE TOXINS HAS A BETTER SENSITIVITY THAN THE CYTOTOXICITY ASSAY
Barbut, FrédéricP67SUBTYPING CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE PCR-RIBOTYPE 018 STRAINS BY ANALYSIS OF VIRULOME, RESISTOME, WGMLST AND MLVA
Kim, Jong WanP68DETECTION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE BASED ON REAL-TIME PCR WITH PNA PROBE
Savolainen, RoosaP69EVALUATION OF A NEW RANDOM-ACCESS ANTIGEN TEST FOR THE DETECTION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Pride, MichaelP70DIAGNOSTIC ASSAYS IN SUPPORT OF PFIZER’S PHASE 3 C. DIFFICILE VACCINE EFFICACY STUDY
Aira Gomez, AndreaP71CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF CT VALUE IN C. DIFFICILE INFECTION DIAGNOSIS
Mihaylova, SashkaP72TWO YEARS EXPERIENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE DIAGNOSIS
Krutova, MarcelaP73THE IMPROVEMENT OF DIAGNOSTICS IN SUSPECTED C. DIFFICILE INFECTION BY IMPLEMENTATION OF A GASTROINTESTINAL PATHOGEN MULTIANALYTE TEST
Krutova, MarcelaP74HOW IMPORTANT ARE MICROBIOLOGICAL DATA IN THE SURVEILLANCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTIONS?
Reigadas, ElenaP75ROLE OF C. DIFFICILE IN HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Lubarda, JovanaP76C. DIFFICILE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT: AN ASSESSMENT OF CURRENT CLINICAL PRACTICE PATTERNS OF PHYSICIANS
Silva, Rodrigo OtávioP77MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF C. DIFFICILE ISOLATES FROM A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF BRAZIL
Rizzardi, KristinaP78C. DIFFICILE INFECTION IN SWEDEN: RESULTS FROM THE NATIONAL SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM 2009-2016
Tickler, IsabellaP79MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE PROFILES OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE STRAINS IN THE UNITED STATES BETWEEN 2011-2017
Kato, HaruP80THE BURDEN OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE INFECTION IN JAPAN: A PROSPECTIVE MULTI-CENTER STUDY
Connor, MaireadP81PREVALENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE RIBOTYPES IN NORTHERN IRELAND 2009 – 2018
Anttila, Veli-JukkaP82CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION IN PATIENTS WITH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE: A CASE CONTROL STUDY
Murabata, MayumiP83INTESTINAL COLONIZATION OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE OF IN PEDIATRIC INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE PATIENTS IN JAPAN
Putsathit, PapaninP84EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN PIGLETS IN THAILAND
Kim, HeejungP85A NATIONWIDE STUDY OF MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ANTIBICROBIAL RESISTANCE OF C. DIFFICILE IN SOUTH KOREA
Collins, DeirdreP86INVESTIGATING CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA USING LINKED DATA
Pai, HyunjooP87PCR-RIBOTYPE VARIABILITY OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE STRAINS FROM THE PATIENTS WITH HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED C. DIFFICILE INFECTIONS (HACDI), COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED CDI (CACDI), TOXIGENIC COLONIZATION AND NON-TOXIGENIC COLONIZATION.
Regev-Yochay, GiliP88CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE (CD) CARRIERS: RISK FACTORS AND INCIDENCE OF CD INFECTIONS (CDI)
Grilc, EvaP89A TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF RESPIRATORY SYNCITIAL VIRUS (RSV) AND ITS POSSIBLE ASSOCIATION WITH CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTIONS (CD)
Lim, Su-ChenP90EMERGENCE OF PREDOMINANTLY COMMUNITY-ASSOCIATED CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE RT 012 IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA: RISK FACTORS AND RELATEDNESS TO STRAINS FROM ASIA
Lim, Su-ChenP91WHOLE-GENOME SEQUENCING REVEALS POTENTIAL SPREAD OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE BETWEEN HUMANS, FOODS AND THE ENVIRONMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Niwa , HidekazuP92WHOLE-GENOME ANALYSIS OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE STRAINS ISOLATED FROM HORSES IN JAPAN
Bolea, RosaP93MOLECULAR CHARACTERISATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE PATTERNS IN C. DIFFICILE ISOLATED FROM THE ENVIRONMENT, HUMANS, AND OTHER ANIMAL SPECIES ORIGINATED FROM THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Kim, Ha-YoungP94PREVALENCE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE FROM DOGS AND CATS IN KOREA
Wojtacka, JoannaP95CLOSTRIUM DIFFICILE IN HONEY
Maurischat, SvenP96CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE CONTAMINATION OF GERMAN RETAIL FOOD
Maurischat, SvenP97ZERO PREVALENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN GERMAN WILD GAME
Rabold, DeniseP98ARE PET OWNERS AT INCREASED RISK OF C. DIFFICILE INFECTION?
Perumalsamy, SiciliaP99HIGH PREVALENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN SOIL, MULCH AND LAWN SAMPLES FROM WESTERN AUSTRALIAN (WA) HOSPITALS
Granata, GuidoP100DOES NAAT TEST USE INCREASE THE RATE OF C. DIFFICILE INFECTION DIAGNOSIS?
Janezic, SandraP101CAN SHOE SOLES CONTRIBUTE TO C. DIFFCILLE DISSEMINATION IN HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT?
Janezic, SandraP102WHOLE GENOME ANALYSIS OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE PCR RIBOTYPE 150 ISOLATED FROM HUMANS, ANIMALS, ENVIRONMENT AND FOOD
Tkalec, ValerijaP103POTATOES SAMPLED ACROSS EUROPE ARE COMMONLY CONTAMINATED WITH CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Jose, Shinsmon P104OBESITY-ASSOCIATED GUT MICROBIOTA ENHANCES CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION IN MICE
Rupnik, MajaP105VARIOUS WAYS OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE AND GUT MICROBIOTA
Bijlani, AkashP106HOSPITAL COST SAVINGS USING ULTRASENSITIVE SINGLE MOLECULE COUNTING FOR DETECTION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE TOXINS A AND B
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