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

O8.4

Conditional lethal mutants reveal that FtsA is needed at early and late stages of cell division in Streptococcus

pneumoniae 67

Andrea Mura, Daniela Musu, Ana Isabel Rico, Marcin Krupka, Dalia Denapaite, Pavel Branny, Miguel Vicente,

Orietta Massidda

O9.1

Structural basis of PcsB-mediated cell separation in Streptococcus pneumoniae 67

Sergio G. Bartual, Daniel Straume, Gro Anita Stamsås, Inés Muñoz, Carlos Alfonso, Martín Martínez-Ripoll,

Leiv Sigve Håvarstein, Juan A. Hermoso

O9.2

Single molecule force spectroscopy reveals interaction strength between Streptococcus pneumoniae TIGR4

pilus-1 tip protein RrgA and human fibronectin 68

Tanja Becke, Stefan Ness, Raimund Gürster, Stefanie Sudhop, Arndt F. Schilling, Anne Marie di Guilmi, Hauke

Clausen-Schaumann, Markus Hilleringmann

O9.3

Structural basis for selective recognition of microbial and endogenous polysaccharides by SIGN-R1 receptor 68

Iván Acebrón, Noella Silva-Martín, Sergio G. Bartual, Erney Ramírez-Aportela, Pablo Chacón, Chae Gyu Park,

Juan A. Hermoso

O9.4

New insights into structure, biosynthesis and pro-inflammatory potential of pneumococcal teichoic acids 69

Nicolas Gisch, Thomas Kohler, Franziska Waldow, Dominik Schwudke, Holger Heine, Regine Hakenbeck, Dalia

Denapaite, Sven Hammerschmidt

O9.5

LocZ is a new cell division protein that directs septum placement in Streptococcus pneumoniae 69

Nela Holecková, Linda Doubravová, Orietta Massidda, Virginie Molle, Karolína Buriánková, Oldrich Benada,

Olga Kofronová, Aleš Ulrych, Pavel Branny

O10.1

Streptococcus pneumoniae interaction with brain derived neural cells and alterations in functional state of

the cells 70

Reuven Afriat, Marilous Shagan, Ron Dagan, Esther Priel, Yaffa Mizrachi Nebenzahl

O10.2

PSGL-1 receptor on leukocytes is a critical component of the host immune response against invasive

pneumococcal disease 70

Elisa Ramos-Sevillano, Ana Urzainqui, Miriam Domenech, Rafael González-Tajuelo, Fernando González-Camacho,

Francisco Sánchez-Madrid, Jeremy S Brown, Ernesto García, José Yuste

O10.3

Pneumococcal adhesins PavB and PspC are important for the interplay with human thrombospondin-1 71

Ulrike Binsker, Thomas P. Kohler, Krystin Krauel, Sylvia Kohler, Hansjörg Schwertz, Sven Hammerschmidt

O10.5

Mcl–1 regulates mitochondrial ROS-mediated bacterial killing of Streptococcus pneumoniae in macrophages

and defines susceptibility to pulmonary infection in COPD 71

Martin Bewley, Julie Preston, Richard Budd, Dave Singh, Peter Barnes, Louise Donnelly, Steve Shapiro, Moira

Whyte, David Dockrell

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