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EuroPneumo Special Issue / pneumonia 2015 Oct 21;7:I–72

O3.4

Engineered liposomes sequester pneumolysin and protect from severe invasive pneumococcal disease in mice 54

Daniel Neill, Suzanna Gore, Laura Bricio Moreno, Eduard Babiychuk, Aras Kadioglu

O4.1

DNA-release by Streptococcus pneumoniae autolysin LytA induced Krueppel-like factor 4 expression

controlling pneumococci-related innate immune response in macrophages 55

Janine Zahlten, Toni Herta, Christin Kabus, Jan-Moritz Doehn, Pedro García, Norbert Suttorp, Stefan Hippenstiel

O4.2

The pneumococcal whole cell vaccine reduces influenza-induced pneumococcal disease in the ears and

lungs of co-infected infant mice 55

Jayne Manning, Eileen Dunne, Kim Mulholland, Roy Robins-Browne, Richard Malley, Odilia Wijburg, Catherine

Satzke

O4.4

The effect of macrophage polarisation and delayed apoptosis in the innate immune response to

Streptococcus pneumoniae infection 56

Lucy Morris, Helen Marriott, David Dockrell

O4.5

Murine respiratory tract microbiome: important interactions with IL-17 and pneumococcal colonisation 56

Neil Ritchie, Tom Evans

O5.1

Zinc homeostasis in Streptococcus pneumoniae during disease 57

Bart Eijkelkamp, Charles Plumptre, Jacqueline Morey, Stephanie Begg, James Paton, Christopher McDevitt

O5.2

The pneumococcal MgaSpn virulence transcriptional regulator 57

Virtu Solano-Collado1, Rudi Lurz2, Manuel Espinosa1, Alicia Bravo

O5.3

Genomic analyses of pneumococci reveal a wide diversity of bacteriocins, including pneumocyclicin—a

novel circular bacteriocin 58

Carlijn Bogaardt, Andries van Tonder, Angela Brueggemann

O5.4

Antibiotic-induced bacteriocin expression—regulatory interplay between the blp and com systems in

Streptococcus pneumoniae 58

Morten Kjos, Eric Miller, Frank Lake, Daniel E. Rozen, Jan-Willem Veening

O5.5

Conserved Streptococcus pneumoniae spirosomes point toward a single type of transformation pilus in

competence 59

Petya V. Krasteva, Raphael Laurenceau, Amy Diallo, Sahra Ouarti, Magalie Duchateau, Christian Malosse, Julia

Chamot-Rooke, Remi Fronzes

O6.1

Pathogenesis of nonencapsulated Streptococcus pneumoniae in experimental otitis media 59

Larry McDaniel

O6.2

Modulation of nasopharyngeal innate defences by viral co-infection predisposes individuals to

experimental pneumococcal carriage 60

Sarah Glennie, Jenna F Gritzfeld, Shaun H Pennington, Michael Garner-Jones, Nicholas Coombes, Mark J

Hopkins, Cintia F Vadesilho, Eliane N Miyaji, Duolao Wang, Angela D Wright, Andrea M Collins, Stephen

B Gordon, Daniela M Ferreira

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