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

O6.3

Circulating pneumolysin is a potent inducer of cardiac injury during pneumococcal infection 60

Daniel Neill, Yasir Alhamdi, Simon Abrams, Hesham Malak, Richard Barrett-Jolley, Gouzheng Wang,

Cheng-Hock Toh, Aras Kadioglu

O6.4

Streptococcus pneumoniae invades the heart during severe pneumonia in a non-human primate model 61

Luis Reyes, Nilam Soni, Cecilia Hinojosa, Jessica Perry, Robert Shade, Melissa de la Garza, Luis Giavedoni, Marcos

Restrepo, Carlos Orihuela

O6.5

Inflammation dampening effects of pneumolysin 61

Jimstan Periselneris, Tracey Pollard, Thomas James, Mahdad Noursadeghi, Jeremy Brown

O6.6

A phase-variable genetic switch regulates pneumococcal virulence via epigenetic changes 62

Ana Manso, Chai Melissa, John Atack, Leonardo Furi, Megan De Ste Croix, Richard Haigh, Claudia Trappetti,

David Ogunniyi, Lucy Shewell, Mathew Boitano, Tyson Calrke, Jonas Korlach, Matt Blades, Evgeny Mirkes,

Alexander Gorban, James Paton, Mike Jennings, Marco Oggioni

O7.1

Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine reduces the rate, density, and duration of experimental human

pneumococcal colonisation: first human challenge testing of a pneumococcal vaccine—a double blind

randomised controlled trial 62

Jenna Gritzfeld, Andrea Collins, Angela Wright, Elena Mitsi, Carole Hancock, Shaun Pennington, Duolao Wang,

Ben Morton, Daniela Ferreira, Stephen Gordon

O7.2

Heterologous protection against Streptococcus pneumoniae colonisation by the mucosal adjuvant cholera

toxin subunit B 63

Kirsten Kuipers, Dimitri Diavatopoulos, Corné van den Kieboom, Fred van Opzeeland, Elles Simonetti, Dorette

van Ingen-Schenau, Mariska Kerstholt, Malgorzata Borczyk, Mihai Netea, Marien de Jonge

O7.3

In vivo efficacy of recombinant protein polysaccharide conjugate pneumococcal vaccines 63

Jenny Herbert, Emily Kay, Jon Cuccui, Vanessa Terra, Brendan Wren, Timothy Mitchell

O7.4

Immune responses to pneumococcal vaccination in HIV-infected adults in the UK 64

Sian Faustini, James Hodson, Sindiso Masuko, Mebie Singo, Joyful Chigiga, Jenny Herbert, Timothy Mitchell,

Tim Plant, Mark Drayson, Kaveh Manavi, Calman MacLennan, Alex Richter

O7.5

The agglutinating effects of anti-capsular antibody contribute to pneumococcal clearance 64

Aoife Roche, Jeffrey Weiser

O8.1

PBP2b, MreD and DivIVA constitute a functional unit in the peripheral peptidoglycan synthesis machinery

of Streptococcus pneumoniae 65

Daniel Straume, Kari Helene Berg, Gro Stamsås, Leiv Sigve Håvarstein

O8.2

Conformational plasticity of choline-binding modules: β-hairpin to α-helix transition of choline-binding

repeats triggered by detergent micelles and membrane vesicles 66

Hector Zamora-Carreras, Beatriz Maestro, Erik Strandberg, Anne Ulrich3, Jesus Sanz, M. Angeles Jimenez

O8.3

On the interaction between the pneumococcal cell wall and the choline-binding modules (CBMs): evaluation

of binding affinities and effect of externally added CBMs to bacterial cultures 66

Manuel Sanchez, Beatriz Maestro, Francisco Garcia-Asencio, Jesus Sanz

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