7th International C. difficile Symposium

Virtual meeting
Sessions every Wednesday, 2pm to 3.30 pm (CEST or CET time zone)

POSTERS ICDS 2020

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Family nameNameTopicAbstract title 
HeidebrechtHans-JürgenTreatment and preventionALTERATION OF INTESTINAL MICROFLORA OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTED HAMSTERS DURING THE TREATMENT WITH SPECIFIC BOVINE ANTIBODIES
KuijperEdTreatment and preventionFECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANTATION DOES NOT ERADICATE CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE FROM THE INTESTINAL TRACT OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE RECURRENT INFECTIONS
LoureiroAndreaTreatment and preventionROLE OF DIETARY ZINC IN Clostridioides difficile INFECTION
Martinez Alva Jacqueline EstefanyTreatment and preventionANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF PLANT EXTRACTS OF TRADITIONAL USE IN MEXICO AGAINST Clostridioides difficile
Ruiz PérezNancy CarolinaTreatment and preventionSCREENING OF MEDICINAL PLANT EXTRACTS FOR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY AGAINST CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION
Silveira SilvaRodrigo OtávioTreatment and preventionTHE NON-TOXIGENIC STRAIN Z31 CAN PREVENT NEONATAL DIARRHEA IN PIGLETS CAUSED BY Clostridioides (Clostridium) difficile
de GunzburgJeanTreatment and preventionDAV132 PROTECTS INTESTINAL MICROBIOTA OF PATIENTS TREATED WITH FLUOROQUINOLONES, A EUROPEAN PHASE II RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL (SHIELD)
WultańskaDorotaTreatment and preventionTHE EFFECT OF BEE PRODUCTS ON GROWTH AND ADHESION OF Clostridioides difficile STRAINS.
ErmolenkoKonstantinInfection controlPREVALENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION IN PATIENTS WITH BLOODY DIARRHEA IN NORTH-WESTERN REGION OF RUSSIA
TanDerekInfection controlClostridioides difficile ON RETAIL MEAT SAMPLES. A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF HUMAN CLINICAL INFECTIONS?
WorleyJayInfection controlGENOMIC DETERMINATION OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE INFECTION RISK IN ASYMPTOMATIC CARRIERS: SUPPORT FOR C. DIFFICILE SURVEILLANCE
Abad FauAna IsabelC. difficile and One HealthDYNAMIC, WHOLEGENOME SEQUENCING CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE PROFILES OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE IN A PIG FARM FROM FARROWING TO WEANING
BlancoJoseC. difficile and One HealthANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF METRONIDAZOLE-SUSCEPTIBLE AND METRONIDAZOLE-(HETERO)RESISTANT C. difficile RT078/126 ISOLATES FROM SPAIN
Cautivo-ReyesKarla C. difficile and One HealthMOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF Clostridium difficile STRAINS IN SOILS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
LE MARECHALCarolineC. difficile and One HealthDETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF Clostridioides difficile ISOLATED FROM ANIMALS IN FRANCE
Rodríguez DíazCristinaC. difficile and One HealthISOLATION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE FROM SMOKED AND DRIED FRESHWATER FISH IN CAMBODIA
ShivaperumalNirajmohanC. difficile and One HealthDETECTION OF UNUSUAL STRAINS OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE FROM THE ENVIRONMENT IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
ShivaperumalNirajmohanC. difficile and One HealthHIGH PREVALENCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE IN HOME GARDENS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
WojtackaJoannaC. difficile and One HealthSHOES OF VETERINARY STUDENS PLAY SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN TRANSMISSION OF C. difficile SPORES
JanezicSandraC. difficile and One HealthISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICIE FROM COMPOST
AnguloFredEpidemiologyCLOUD JAPAN: HIGH POPULATION-BASED HOSPITALIZED CDI INCIDENCE IN OTA-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN
BaktashAmoeEpidemiologyPERFORMANCE OF CORE GENOME MULTILOCUS SEQUENCE TYPING COMPARED TO CAPILLARY-ELECTROPHORESIS PCR RIBOTYPING AND SNP ANALYSIS OF Clostridioides difficile
BaktashAmoeEpidemiologyClostridioides difficile PCR RIBOTYPE 002 INFECTION IN THE NETHERLANDS IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED DISEASE SEVERITY.
DinizAmandaEpidemiologyGENOTIPIC AND PHENOTIPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF FOUR NOVELS CLADE 2 Clostridium difficile BRAZILAN ISOLATES
FreemanJaneEpidemiologyAntimicrobial Susceptibility in Clostridium difficile Varies According to European Region and Isolate source
HongStaceyEpidemiologyLABORATORY-BASED SURVEILLANCE OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION IN AUSTRALIAN HEALTHCARE AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS, 2013–2018
KuijperEd EpidemiologyCROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE INFECTION DIAGNOSTIC AND TYPING CAPACITY IN 31 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN 2018
PerumalsamySiciliaEpidemiologyLABORATORY SURVEILLANCE OF PAEDIATRIC CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTIONS IN HEALTHCARE AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS IN AUSTRALIA, 2013-18
SchwierzeckVeraEpidemiologyINCIDENCE OF HOSPITAL-ONSET DIARRHEA AND FREQUENCY OF CLOSTRIDIODES DIFFICILE TESTING IN MUNSTER-COESFELD, GERMANY
Viana da Silva CostaDeiziane EpidemiologyClostridioides difficile STRAINS EXPRESSING BINARY TOXIN ARE ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO VANCOMYCIN AND METRONIDAZOLE
Villar GómaraLauraEpidemiologyCOMMUNITY-ACQUIRED Clostridioides difficile INFECTION: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY IN AN UNSELECTED POPULATION
WorleyJayEpidemiologyGENOMIC DETERMINATION OF RELATIVE RISKS FOR CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE INFECTION FROM ASYMPTOMATIC CARRIAGE IN ICU PATIENTS
EngevikMelindaC. difficile and the hostINVESTIGATING CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE CYTOTOXICITY IN THE PHYSIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT HUMAN INTESTINAL ENTEROID MODEL
MaikovaAnna C. difficile and the hostNEW FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF Clostridium difficile CRISPR-CAS SYSTEM
PeltierJohannC. difficile and the hostTYPE I TOXIN-ANTITOXIN SYSTEMS CONTRIBUTE TO MOBILE GENETIC ELEMENTS MAINTENANCE IN CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE
PikeColleenC. difficile and the hostCLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE EXPLOITS TOXIN-MEDIATED INFLAMMATION TO ALTER THE HOST NUTRITIONAL LANDSCAPE AND EXCLUDE COMPETITORS FROM THE GUT MICROBIOTA
PurcellErinC. difficile and the hostMECHANISMS OF STRESS AVOIDANCE AND SURVIVAL IN VEGETATIVE C. DIFFICILE
BerkellMatildaC. difficile and microbiotaMICROBIOTA-BASED MARKERS PREDICTIVE OF DEVELOPMENT OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE INFECTION
BryLynnC. difficile and microbiotaTHE MECHANISMS OF IN VIVO COMMENSAL CONTROL OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE VIRULENCE
FoleyMatthewC. difficile and microbiotaDIFFERENT PROBIOTIC STRAINS ALTER THE RETURN OF COLONIZATION RESISTANCE AGAINST CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE AFTER ANTIBIOTICS
MahnicAleksanderC. difficile and microbiotaDIVERSE EFFECTS ON in vitro COLONIZATION RESISTANCE AGAINST Clostridioides difficile AFTER COMBINED ANTIBIOTIC/PROBIOTIC INTAKE
NooijSamC. difficile and microbiotaMODULATORY EFFECT OF FECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANTATION ON PROCARCINOGENIC COLIBACTIN-PRODUCING BACTERIA IN PATIENTS WITH RECURRENT CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE INFECTION
PaiHyunjooC. difficile and microbiotaQUANTITATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF Clostridioides difficile POPULATION IN THE GUT MICROBIOME OF PATIENTS WITH C. difficile INFECTION AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH CLINICAL FACTORS
PiotrowskiMichalC. difficile and microbiotaBACTEROIDES STRAINS INHIBITS ADHERENCE OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE TO HUMAN COLON CELLS AND BIOFILM FORMATION IN VITRO
Rodríguez DíazCristinaC. difficile and microbiotaMETAGENETIC APPROACH TO EXPLORE THE COMPOSITION OF THE GUT MICROBIOTA AND THEIR SECRETED EXTRACELLULAR MEMBRANE VESICLES IN DIARRHEIC AND HEALTHY PATIENTS
Vázquez CuestaSilvia NoemiC. difficile and microbiotaMICROBIOME PROFILE AND CALPROTECTIN LEVELS AS RISK MARKERS OF RECURRENT Clostridioides difficile INFECTION.
Vázquez CuestaSilvia NoemiC. difficile and microbiotaMICROBIOME CHARACTERIZATION OF PATIENTS WITH Clostridioides difficile INFECTION, RECURRENT Clostridioides difficile INFECTION AND COLONIZED PATIENTS.
CorverJeroenC. difficile virulence factorsTHE C-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE TcdC IS EXPOSED ON THE BACTERIAL CELL SURFACE
KarpińskiPawełC. difficile virulence factorsASSOCIATION BETWEEN MOTILITY, RESTRICTION FRAGMENTS LENGTH POLYMORPHISM TYPE OF FLAGELLAR GENE FLIC AND RIBOTYPES OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE
LindičNatašaC. difficile virulence factorsTHE STRUCTURE OF CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE SecA2, AN ATPase IN CHARGE OF SURFACE VIRULENCE FACTOR EXPORT, REVEALS REGIONS IMPORTANT FOR DIFFERENTIAL PROTEIN TARGET RECOGNITION OF THE SecA1 AND SecA2 EXPORT SYSTEMS
Romo-CastilloMarianaC. difficile virulence factorsALLELIC DOMINANCE IN TCDC, THE ANTI-SIGMA FACTOR OF THE PALOC IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
MikeMichael DiCandiaSporulation/GerminationPROBING THE MOLECULAR MECHANISMS THAT REGULATE SPORULATION INITIATION IN CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE
KarpPeter C. difficile – omics and modellingCURATED CLOSTRIDIOIDES DIFFICILE 630 DATABASE IN BIOCYC.ORG
Lanzoni-MangutchiPaola C. difficile – omics and modellingTHE C. DIFFICILE’S S-LAYER STRUCTURE AND ASSEMBLY
SmitsWiep KlaasC. difficile – omics and modellingIDENTIFICATION OF THE UNWINDING REGION IN THE C. difficile CHROMOSOMAL ORIGIN OF REPLICATION
SoutourinaOlgaC. difficile – omics and modellingSMALL RNAS, CRISPR, ANTITOXIN ANTISENSE RNAS, RIBOSWITCHES AND HFQ AS MAIN COMPONENTS OF REGULATORY RNA NETWORK IN CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
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