Scientific program

Invited speakers:

  • Paul Kubes (Calgary, Canada; keynote speaker)
  • Adam Denes (Budapest, Hungary)
  • Spencer Freeman (Toronto, Canada)
  • Ricardo Grieshaber-Bouyer (Heidelberg, Germany)
  • Taco Kuijpers (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  • Clifford Lowell (San Francisco, USA)
  • Sussan Nourshargh (London, UK)
  • Renato Ostuni (Milano, Italy)
  • Milka Sarris (Cambridge, UK)
  • Carlos Silvestre-Roig (Munster, Germany)
  • Irina Udalova (Oxford, UK)
  • Sarah Walmsley (Edinburgh, UK)

Detailed program

Day 1 – Wednesday, 29 March 2023

15:00-18:00 Registration
17:30-17:45 Opening
Keynote session
17:45-19:00 Paul Kubes (Calgary, Canada)
The amazingly adaptable monocyte in tissue repair

19:00-21:00 Welcome reception

Day 2 – Thursday, 30 March 2023

Visualizing and manipulating phagocytes
8:30-9:00Milka Sarris (Cambridge, UK)
Neutrophil migration and fates at inflammatory sites: insights from zebrafish
9:00-9:15O-01Michael Mihlan (Freiburg, Germany)
Neutrophil trapping and nexocytosis, mast cell-dependent processes for inflammatory signal relay
9:15-9:30O-02Szimonetta Tamás (Budapest, Hungary)
Live visualization of LTB4 gradients with a novel fluorescent biosensor
9:30-9:45O-03Holly Rutherford (Sheffield, UK)
Macrophage replacement in a zebrafish model of childhood leukodystrophy as a potential therapy
9:45-10:00O-04Markus Hoffmann (Lübeck, Germany)
Stunning of neutrophils rather than depletion of mononuclear phagocytes accounts for the anti-inflammatory effects of clodronate liposomes
10:00-10:30Coffee break
Migration and imaging
10:30-11:00Sussan Nourshargh (London, UK)
Neutrophil breaching of venular walls in reverse: Mechanisms and pathophysiological implications
11:00-11:15O-05Mathis Richter (Münster, Germany)
Biphasic neutrophil infiltration contributes to damage and repair in neonatal hypoxic-ischemic brain injury
11:15-11:30O-06Lou Wackerbarth (Munich, Germany)
A20 and the non-canonical NF-κB pathway are key regulators of neutrophil recruitment during fetal ontogeny
11:30-11:45O-07Reza Akbarzadeh (Lübeck, Germany)
Visualization of kinetics and dynamics of phagocytic dendritic cells in experimental autoimmune epidermolysis bullosa acquisita
11:45-12:00O-08Loic Rolas (London, UK)
Senescent endothelial cells promote dysregulated neutrophil trafficking and neutrophil-dependent microvascular leakage in vivo
12:00-12:30Group photo
12:30-14:00Lunch break
Phagocytosis and cytoskeletal changes
14:00-14:30Spencer Freeman (Toronto, Canada)
Fluid surveillance and mechanotransduction in macrophages
14:30-14:45O-09Salma Rizo-Tellez (Montreal, Canada)
Interferon-β co-operates with pro-resolving lipid mediators to regulate neutrophil phagocytosis and fate to drive resolution of acute bacterial inflammation
14:45-15:00O-10Joshi Sonal (Trieste, Italy)
TIM4: Phagocytosis and beyond
15:00-15:15O-11Nicolas Rosa (Geneva, Switzerland)
Role of mechanosensitive Piezo1 Ca2+ channels in phagocytosis by mouse neutrophils
15:15-15:30O-12Joaquín Cantón Sandoval (Murcia, Spain)
Inhibition of nuclear translocation of GAPDH impacts neutrophil migration and ameliorates chronic skin inflammation
15:30-16:00Coffee break
Phagocytes in diseases
16:00-16:30Ricardo Grieshaber-Bouyer (Heidelberg, Germany)
Neutrophil heterogeneity in rheumatic diseases
16:30-16:45O-13Lili Balogh (Budapest, Hungary)
Experimental dermatitis is dependent on Syk-expression in neutrophils
16:45-17:00O-14Sripriya Murthy (Lübeck, Germany)
Myeloperoxidase plays an important role in EBA, an autoimmune blistering disease
17:00-17:15O-15Tommaso Vicanolo (Madrid, Spain)
Neutrophils reinforce the skin barrier by matrix production
17:15-17:30O-16Simon Vikár (Budapest, Hungary)
A Syk inhibitor blocks neutrophil-mediated skin separation in an ex vivo model of bullous pemphigoid
17:30-17:45O-17Luke Brown (Calgary, Canada)
Cathelicidin Promotes Immunothrombosis During Bloodstream Infection
18:30-20:30 Poster Dinner

Day 3 – Friday, 31 March 2023

Phagocytes in diseases
8:30-9:00Renato Ostuni (Milano, Italy)
Transcriptional control of myeloid cell identity and activation
9:00-9:15O-18Celine Sewnath (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Neutrophil-mediated tumor cell killing induces uptake of antigens and dendritic cell maturation
9:15-9:30O-19Ekaterina Pylaeva (Essen, Germany)
Therapeutic modulation of glycosaminoglycan-CCL2 interactions reverts tumor-induced immunosuppression
9:30-9:45O-20Stephen Chetwynd (Cambridge, UK)
The GPCR adaptor protein norbin suppresses the neutrophil-mediated immunity of mice to pneumococcal infection
9:45-10:00O-21Vignesh Venkatakrishnan (Gothenburg, Sweden)
The Pseudomonas aeruginosa lectin LecB modulates ROS production in human neutrophils
10:00-10:30Coffee break
Development, life cycle and cell death
10:30-11:00Irina Udalova (Oxford, UK)
Control of neutrophil development and activation at the chromatin level
11:00-11:15O-22Nicola Tamassia (Verona, Italy)
The beginning of the neutrophil journey: identification of CD66b−CD64dimCD115− Neutrophil Committed Progenitor cells (NCPs)
11:15-11:30O-23Judith Giroud-Gerbetant (Barcelona, Spain)
A role of Slc7a7 and amino acid availability in myeloid cell differentiation
11:30-11:45O-24Iker Valle Aramburu (London, UK)
Neutrophils derived from TET2 mutant human hematopoietic stem cells display defective antimicrobial strategies and neutrophil extracellular trap clearance
11:45-12:00O-25Bartosz Michno (Krakow, Poland)
Autophagy-related mechanisms enhance host defence against pneumococcal infection in a zebrafish model.
12:00-12:30Taco Kuijpers (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Neutrophil development and function: about old wine and new bottles
12:30-14:00Lunch break
Macrophage lineages
14:00-14:30Ádám Dénes (Budapest, Hungary)
Microglia modulate neuronal and vascular responses via purinergic mechanisms and inflammatory pathways
14:30-14:45O-26Iwan Evans (Sheffield, UK)
Modulation of macrophage subpopulations in Drosophila via apoptotic cell clearance and related pathways
14:45-15:00O-27Selina Jorch (Bonn, Germany)
Kupffer cell subtypes use different mechanisms to handle phagocytosed Staphylococcus aureus
15:00-15:15O-28Lilla Magyar (Szeged, Hungary)
Transdifferentiation of phagocytic blood cells to encapsulating multinucleated giant hemocytes in Drosophila
15:15-15:30O-29Petros Tzerpos (Debrecen, Hungary)
Active transcriptional repression as a safeguard mechanism for the functional specificity and diversity of tissue macrophages
15:30-16:00Coffee break
16:00-16:30Clifford Lowell (San Francisco, USA)
Gain of function mutation in SKAP2 leading to autoimmune diabetes
16:30-16:45O-30Juan Manuel Lozano-Gil (Murcia, Spain)
Gasdermin E mediates pyroptotic cell death of neutrophils and macrophages in a zebrafish model of chronic skin inflammation
16:45-17:00O-31Judith Austermann (Münster, Germany)
S100-alarmins exacerbate autoinflammation in the Familial Mediterranean Fever in a Gasdermin-D and pyrin dependent manner
17:00-17:15O-32Lukács S. Lesinszki (Budapest, Hungary)
The role of the Hck tyrosine kinase in nephrotoxic nephritis
17:15-17:30O-33Ákos M. Lőrincz (Budapest, Hungary)
Mac-1 receptor signaling switches the anti-inflammatory EV production of neutrophils to pro-inflammatory
17:30-17:45O-34Roland Immler (Munich, Germany)
Transient gasdermin D pores control S100A8/A9 release from rolling neutrophils
18:45-21:15 Dinner Cruise on the Danube

Day 4 – Saturday, 1 April 2023

Hypoxia and metabolism
8:30-9:00Sarah Walmsley (Edinburgh, UK)
Metabolic adaptions of circulating neutrophils in acute and chronic inflammatory disease states
9:00-9:15O-35Christopher M. Rice (Bristol, UK)
Altered neutrophil metabolic state in malaria allows survival in hypoglycemia and promotes ROS production
9:15-9:30O-36Pranvera Sadiku (Edinburgh, UK)
The role of mitochondria in neutrophils
9:30-9:45O-37Michele Fresneda Alarcon (Liverpool, UK)
Dysregulated glycolysis in rheumatoid arthritis neutrophils
9:45-10:00O-38Catarina Leite (Uppsala, Sweden)
Macrophages support healing of ischemic injury by transdifferentiating towards mural cells and adopting functions important for vascular support
10:00-10:30Coffee break
Neutrophil heterogeneity
10:30-11:00Carlos Silvestre-Roig (Münster, Germany)
Neutrophil heterogeneity as a consequence of niche specificity
11:00-11:15O-39Karen Aymonnier (Paris, France)
G-CSF reshapes the cytosolic PCNA scaffold and modulates glycolysis in neutrophils
11:15-11:30O-40Michal Pastorek (Bratislava, Slovakia)
Impact of age on neutrophil reactivity towards sterile and infectious stimuli
11:30-11:45O-41Juliana P. Zuliani (Porto Velho, Brazil)
Phenotypic, functional and plasticity features of classical and alternatively activated human macrophages induced by venom secreted PLA2s
11:45-12:00O-42Erinke van Grinsven (Oxford, UK)
Single-cell RNA sequencing reveals the presence of immature neutrophils in inflamed murine joints
12:00-12:30 Award and Closing remarks
12:30-13:30 Farewell snacks and sandwiches


List of posters

P-001Genna Abdullah (Liverpool, United Kingdom)
Neutrophils in older people with frailty express higher levels of IL-8 receptors CD181 and CD182 than in healthy older people
P-002Irene Aranda Pardos (Münster, Germany)
Speed of efferocytosis as heterogeneity mediator in tissue-resident macrophages
P-003Karen Aymonnier (Paris, France)
Cytosolic PCNA scaffold negatively controls glycolysis in G-CSF treated neutrophils
P-004Ihab Azzam (Münster, Germany)
TLR4-mediated core histone degradation drives immune tolerance in human monocytes
P-005Emil Bečka (Bratislava, Slovakia)
FPR1 agonism ameliorates NETosis and partially decreases neutrophil phagocytosis of mitochondria but not bacteria
P-006Leonie M. Behrens (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Unravelling the method of action of the innate immune checkpoint CD47-SIRPα
P-007Larissa Belz (München, Germany)
Neutrophils take up pancreatic tumor fragments and attenuate early liver metastasis
P-008Claire Bigot (Toulouse, France)
Compression Force Microscopy: development of a new method to investigate the mechanics of phagocytosis
P-009Lili Katalin Boldizsár (Budapest, Hungary)
The role of Src family kinases in LPS nephropathy
P-010Lars Borgards (Essen, Germany)
Antimicrobial peptides in human pyelonephritis
P-011Nóra Borsos (Budapest, Hungary)
Neutrophilic granulocytes modulate the inflammatory response of monocytes via extracellular vesicles
P-012Giuseppe Calamita (Bari, Italy)
Aquaporin-9 (AQP9) is involved in the systemic inflammation of LPS-induced endotoxic shock in mouse
P-013Raphael Chevre (Münster, Germany)
Time-restricted feeding enhances early atherosclerosis in hypercholesterolemic mice
P-014Julia Chu (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Age-related decline in the resistance of mice to bacterial infection and in LPS/TLR4 pathway-dependent neutrophil responses
P-015Ivan Conejeros (Giessen, Germany)
Trypanosoma brucei brucei-induced aggregated NETs (aggNETs) depend on P2X1 and P2Y6 purinergic receptors
P-016Domonkos Czárán (Budapest, Hungary)
Bicarbonate significantly strengthens neutrophil effector functions
P-017Roland Csépányi-Kömi (Budapest, Hungary)
Lacking ARHGAP25 Mitigates the Symptoms of K/BxN Serum Transfer Arthritis in Mice
P-018Agnes Dahlstrand Rudin (Gothenburg, Sweden)
CD177+ neutrophils are preferentially recruited to gingival crevicular fluid in periodontitis
P-019Amanda C. David (São Paulo, Brazil)
Photobiomodulation reduces cell death in macrophages exposed to Bothrops jararacussu snake venoms
P-020Fabian Dehne (Budapest, Hungary)
Investigating the role of fMLP in tissue-damage responses and developing a novel genetically encoded fluorescent fMLP biosensor
P-021Dorottya Deli (Budapest, Hungary)
Analysis of intracellular tyrosine phosphorylation in circulating neutrophils as a rapid assay for the in vivo effect of oral tyrosine kinase inhibitors
P-022Rachele Di Donato (Pieve Emanuele, Italy)
The role of ACKR2 in the regulation of granulopoiesis
P-023Maksim Domnich (Essen, Germany)
Small extracellular vesicles mediate the tumorigenic activity of neutrophils
P-024Gizem Duru (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Activating tumor endothelial cells to increase immune infiltration and the efficacy of cancer immunotherapy.
P-025Gabriel Espinosa (Giessen, Germany)
P2X1 receptor antagonist NF449 inhibits Besnoitia besnoiti-induced neutrophil clustering and anchored extracellular trap (NET) formation
P-026Chinelo Etiaba (Bristol, United Kingdom)
Hemozoin, a by-product of malaria infection, suppresses the neutrophil oxidative burst.
P-027Suzanne Faure-Dupuy (Paris, France)
Impairment of macrophages functions and responses by the Human Rhinovirus 16
P-028Krisztina Futosi (Budapest, Hungary)
Effect of dasatinib on monosodium urate crystal-induced inflammatory responses
P-029Venkata Ram Gannavarapu (Uppsala, Sweden)
Development of a human small intestinal gut-on-a-chip model enabling the study of epithelial cell/immune and bacterial interactions during homeostasis
P-030Elisa Gardiman (Verona, Italy)
SARS-CoV-2-Associated ssRNAs Activate Human Neutrophils in a TLR8-Dependent Fashion
P-031Dávid S. Győri (Budapest, Hungary)
De novo steroidogenesis in tumor cells drives bone metastasis and osteoclastogenesis
P-032Márk Havasi (Budapest, Hungary)
Generation and characterization of β2 integrin-deficient HoxB8-transduced neutrophil progenitors
P-033Andrea Herrero-Cervera (Münster, Germany)
Trojan horse neutrophils shuttle lipids into atherosclerotic lesions
P-034Markus H. Hoffmann (Lübeck, Germany)
Modulation of inflammatory responses by amplifyers of reactive oxygen and neutrophil extracellular trap formation
P-035Mohamed Osama Kamalaldin Hussein (Debrecen, Hungary)
The roles of the transcriptional repressor BACH1 in modulating the inflammatory response of non-polarized and polarized macrophages
P-036Daniel Irimia (Boston, United States)
Transcellular LTB4 synthesis during neutrophil swarming against Candida albicans
P-037Priota Islam (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Identification of the role of P-Rex1 and its adaptor functions in Neutrophils
P-038Shivaprakash Jagalur Mutt (Uppsala, Sweden)
Metabolic regulation of perivascular macrophage functions during ischemic injury
P-039Jakub Janko (Bratislava, Slovakia)
Neutrophil extracellular traps formation is enhanced in fever and attenuated in hypothermia
P-040Lubica Janovicova (Bratislava, Slovakia)
Neutrophil extracellular traps and extracellular DNA in a mouse model of the hemolytic uremic syndrome
P-041Vincent Jaquet (Geneva, Switzerland)
PIEZO1-dependent mechanosensitive transient Ca2+ signaling in a human myeloid cell line
P-042Nastassia Kabankova (Essen, Germany)
Determine the impact of type I IFNs on the properties of tumor-associated neutrophils during emergency granulopoiesis
P-043Kathrin Kalies (Luebeck, Germany)
The immunomodulatory role of cell-derived nanoparticles on the function of macrophages
P-044Eszter Káposztás (Budapest, Hungary)
The effect of a specific Syk tyrosine-kinase inhibitor in experimental arthritis
P-045Balázs Kardos (Debrecen, Hungary)
Immunological characterization the different forms of necrotic cell death
P-046Veronika Karlsson (Gothenburg, Sweden)
Galectin-3 – an immune modulator in ovarian cancer
P-047Éva Kemecsei (Budapest, Hungary)
Characterization of the role of lymphatics in autoimmune arthritis
P-048Petra Koncz (Budapest, Hungary)
The effect of the JAK inhibitor tofacitinib in experimental autoimmune skin blistering
P-049Nedim Kozarac (Mittelhäusern, Switzerland)
Neutrophil granule proteases elastase and cathepsin G cleave SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and have a protective role in virus-mediated inflammation
P-050Vanessa Krémer (Paris, France)
Untangling the NETs- biological triggers of NET formation
P-051Eva Kriváková (Brno, Czech Republic)
The lyophilized human amniotic membrane preparations modulate the immune response of mouse macrophages
P-052Lukas Kubala (Brno, Czech Republic)
Effect of 4-methylumbelliferone on the immune response of macrophages
P-053Clare Latta (London, United Kingdom)
GPR84 regulates neutrophil extravasation in murine models of inflammation
P-054Chiara Lattanzi (Verona, Italy)
Single cell RNA sequencing of immunosuppressive neutrophils from G-CSF treated donors
P-055Salomé Laurans (Orsay, France)
When adenoviruses met neutrophils: what’s going on?
P-056Julia Lee (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Defining neutrophil functions in glioblastoma multiforme
P-057Sophia Leußink (Münster, Germany)
The role of LXR nuclear receptors in controlling membrane and cytoskeleton dynamics
P-058Amy Lewis (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
Tuning neutrophils via hif-alpha isoforms to control mycobacterial infection in vivo
P-059Anna Lívia Linard Matos (Münster, Germany)
Membrane binding and pore-forming proteins in inflammation
P-060Jie Liu (Paris, France)
Activation of the phagocyte NADPH oxidase (NOX2) and phosphorylation of p47phox in human neutrophils during phagocytosis of opsonized zymosan
P-061Chloé Lopes (Paris, France)
Discovery of a new NLRP3 inflammasome regulator: the cytoplasmic PCNA
P-062Catherine Loynes (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
Destabilise Me: Targeting mRNA stability to treat inflammatory disease.
P-063Juan Manuel Lozano-Gil (Murcia, Spain)
Biochemical and functional characterization of a novel inflammasome that regulates hematopoiesis
P-064Joshua Luft (Munich, Germany)
A novel experimental approach for in vivo analyses of the salivary gland microvasculature
P-065Nora Majerhoffer (Budapest, Hungary)
The effect of Syk inhibition on the functions of arthritic synovial fibroblasts
P-066Jonas Martensson (Gothenburg, Sweden)
Human neutrophils sense the ketone body acetoacetate through the FFA2-receptor
P-067Taís Matozo (São Paulo, Brazil)
Role of L-plastin in HIV trans-infection by dendritic cells
P-068Mikołaj Mazur (Krakow, Poland)
Biological clock in classically and alternatively polarized phagocytes of common carp.
P-069Krisztina Spisák (Szeged, Hungary)
The investigation of TNF reverse signaling on hiPSC-derived neuron-microglia co-cultures
P-070Veronika Miskolci (Madison, United States)
Immunoresponsive gene 1 regulates macrophage metabolism in situ and supports collagen remodeling after sterile injury
P-071Federica Mornata (Rozzano, Milan, Italy)
Modelling macrophages-glioblastoma cross-talk in tumor microenvironment
P-072Mátka Nagy (Budapest, Hungary)
Neutrophil-derived extracellular vesicles regulate the viability and reactive oxygen species production of other immune cells
P-073Matteo Napoli (Munich, Germany)
MRP8/14: fine tuning of calcium availability during β2 integrin activation in neutrophils
P-074Florence Niedergang (Paris, France)
Mechanotransduction during Integrin-mediated phagocytosis
P-075Andy Nolan (Liverpool, United Kingdom)
Targetting neutraphil extracellular traps for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus.
P-076Oliver Nüsse (Orsay, France)
Mechanical changes of neutrophils in acute inflammation
P-077Collins Osei-Sarpong (Muenster, Germany)
Neutrophil extracellular trap formation regulates liver immune environment and barrier function
P-078Janina Osman (Uppsala, Sweden)
The transcriptional repressor zmynd15, expressed in colonic macrophages, could have a protective role in colorectal carcinogenesis
P-079Maria Ovezik (Uppsala, Sweden)
Contribution of pancreatic macrophages to neonatal islet maturation and long-term glucose homeostasis
P-080Irem Ozel (Essen, Germany)
Stat3 deficiency in neutrophils promotes anti-tumoral neutrophil (N1) phenotype and inhibits tumor growth in murine transplantable head and neck tumor model.
P-081Annamaria Pedoto (Murcia, Spain)
Opposed roles of the inflammasome of neutrophils and macrophages in a zebrafish model of COVID-19-associated cytokine storm syndrome
P-082Annamaria Pedoto (Murcia, Spain)
In vivo visualization of ASC-specks formation, release and spreading in zebrafish using photoconvertible fluorescent protein Dendra
P-083Vincent Jaquet (Genève, Switzerland)
STIM proteins sustain spontaneous Ca2+ elevations in mouse bone marrow neutrophils
P-084Sheela Ramanathan (Sherbrooke, Canada)
Role of Interleukin-15 in the progression of liver fibrosis
P-085Maximilian Rembrink (Münster, Germany)
The Role of the Interferon Regulatory Factor 8 and the Alarmins S100A8/A9 in Sepsis
P-086Julian Revenstorff (Münster, Germany)
S100A8/A9 deficiency causes dysregulation of platelet-neutrophil-complex formation
P-087Rebecca Rixen (Muenster, Germany)
A minor role of non-classical monocytes in ischemia-reperfusion injury and regeneration of the kidney
P-088Lola Rodríguez-Ruiz (Murcia, Spain)
A novel role for the inflammasome in the regulation of hematopoiesis which contributes to hematopoietic alterations associated with chronic inflammatory and rare diseases.
P-089Julia Salafranca (Oxford, United Kingdom)
Objective quantification of neutrophil maturation by live 3D imaging of nuclear morphology
P-090Felix P. Sanchez Klose (Göteborg, Sweden)
Messages from the inside: Analysis of phagosome-specific events by the use of substrate-coupled beads
P-091Péter Sasvári (Budapest, Hungary)
Proteomic studies to unveil the physical interactions of ARHGAP25 in neutrophilic granulocytes
P-092Tim Skrabanja (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
Intravital imaging of intradermal microplastics in mice reveals a heterogeneous neutrophil response and failure of clearance
P-093Bojan Smiljanov (Munich, Germany)
TSP-1 supports neutrophil trafficking to inflamed tissue by promoting interactions with platelets and endothelial cells
P-094Maja Sochalska (Krakow, Poland)
Targeting deregulated expression of anti-apoptotic proteins belonging to the Bcl-2 family as a potential therapy against periodontal disease.
P-095Martina Sundqvist (Gothenburg, Sweden)
More potent FPR1 inhibitors than the commonly used peptide antagonists are required to inhibit neutrophil chemotaxis
P-096Kata Petra Szilveszter (Budapest, Hungary)
The effect of neutrophil-specific deletion of PLCγ2 in experimental autoimmune skin blistering
P-097Chiara Testini (Uppsala, Sweden)
Macrophages contribute to vascular maturation and pruning important for tissue normalization during healing of ischemic injuries
P-098Kinga Tomcsányi (Budapest, Hungary)
The role of Syk tyrosine kinase in monosodium urate crystal-induced inflammation
P-099Márta Tóth (Debrecen, Hungary)
Phagocytic efficiency of human monocyte-derived dendritic cells is affected by the peptidoglycan modifications in Lactobacillus casei BL23
P-100Alessia Troilo (Milano, Italy)
The tetraspan MS4A4A modulates macrophage activation
P-101Claudia Tulotta (Münster, Germany)
Dissecting neutrophilic and metastatic education in cancer
P-102Simon Tusnády (Budapest, Hungary)
The role of phospholipase Cγ2 in monosodium urate crystal-induced inflammatory processes
P-103Cindy P. Ulloa Guerrero (Münster, Germany)
Interactions between Spleenic Macrophages and Stromal cells are essential for the maintenance of the Marginal Zone
P-104Myrthe van Delft (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
IgA blocking FcαR1 (CD89) antibodies to treat IgA-mediated tissue damage in chronic inflammation and autoimmunity
P-105Miguel Vizoso Patiño (Uppsala, Sweden)
Long-term intravital visualization of macrophage recruitment and function during endometrial repair
P-106Sami Wainwright (Essen, Germany)
Monocytes in hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia are immunosuppressive due to the upregulation of PD-1/PDL-1 axis
P-107Haitao Wang (London, United Kingdom)
Pulmonary vasculature senescent endothelial cells attract rTEM neutrophils stemming from locally inflamed tissues
P-108Steven Webbers (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome type 2 neutrophils cultured from patient-derived induced Pluripotent stem cells reveal A phenotype of hemophagocytosis
P-109Heidi Welch (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
The Rac-GEF Tiam1 controls integrin-dependent neutrophil responses
P-110Fredrik Wermeling (Stockholm, Sweden)
CSF3 and IL-4 mediated modulation of neutrophil function during acute joint inflammation
P-111Lars Widera (Essen, Germany)
Local recruitment of neutrophils into the bladder urothelium during bacterial infection
P-112Anne Wöhr (Gothenburg, Sweden)
Neutrophil serine proteases process IL-18 to a cytokine variant with enhanced activity
P-113Przemyslaw Zakrzewski (Bristol, United Kingdom)
The mitochondrial transacetylase tafazzin regulates neutrophil development and function
P-114Stella R. Zamuner (São Paulo, Brazil)
Photobiomodulation as a therapeutic approach to the oxidative redox potential, lipid droplets formation and phagocytosis of murine macrophages stimulated with Bothrops jararacussu venom
P-115Juliana P. Zuliani (Porto Velho, Brazil)
A venom C-type lectin induces NLRP3 inflammasome activation via TLR4 interaction in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells
P-116Jeffrey Mewburn (Kingstone, Canada)
Mitochondria in human neutrophils mediate killing of Staphylococcus aureus
P-117Catarina Leite (Uppsala, Sweden)
Tissue ischemia induces mobilization of pro-angiogenic neutrophils from the spleen
P-118Emiliána Jex (Budapest, Hungary)
Interactions between the NLRP3-dependent IL-1β and the type I interferon pathways in human plasmacytoid dendritic cells