Program

Conference venue:

Congress Center Opera Nova
Marszałka F. Focha 5
85-070 Bydgoszcz

 

Sunday, 18th June 2017

19:00                Come together Restaurant at the Hotel Przystań Bydgoszcz

Monday, 19th June 2017

08:00                Registration (Foyer)

09:30                Welcome

Session 1:       Toxigenic Fungi (Manru lecture hall)

09:45 (L1)
Mycotoxin-producing Fusarium species in Indonesian traditional tempeh and starter (usar)
Riyan Anggriawan, Katharina Pfohl, Petr Karlovsky

10:00 (L2)
Fusarium graminearum trichothecene genotypes in Europe
Tapani Yli-Mattila, Tatiana Gagkaeva, Todd Ward

10:15 (L3)
Impact of vea protein on development, aggressiveness and secondary metabolism of Penicillium expansum, principal agent of blue mold disease
Christelle El Hajj Assaf, Selma Snini, Sylviane Bailly, Yannick Lippi, Emilien Jamin, Jean-François Martin, Isabelle Oswald, Sophie Lorber, Olivier Puel

10:30 (L4)
Penitrem (A-F): Production, isolation, occurrence in food and cytotoxicity
Svetlana A. Kalinina, Annika Jagels, Benedikt Cramer, Hans-Ulrich Humpf

10:45 (L5)
Description of a new aflatoxin producing species of Aspergillus section flavi from ivory coast
Amaranta Carvajal-Campos, Souria Tadrist, Ama Lethicia Manizan, David Koffi Akaki, Sylviane Bailly, Isabelle Oswald, Sophie Lorber, Catherine Brabet Olivier Puel

11:00 (L6)
Application of a droplet digital PCR method to monitor growth and aflatoxin biosynthesis by Aspergillus flavus in maize
Najim Touhami, Markus Schmidt-Heydt, Hans-Georg Walte, Christine Schwake-Anduschus, Rolf Geisen

11:15-12:00      Coffee break/Exhibition (Foyer)

Session 2:       Occurrence in food and feed (Manru lecture hall)

12:00 (L7)
Fusarium diseases of maize – Impact on food and feed safety
Elisabeth Oldenburg, Frank Höppner, Frank Ellner, Joachim Weinert

12:15 (L8)
Occurrence of mycotoxins in maize from Poland – experience for 10 years of survey
Magdalena Twarużek, Robert Kosicki, Jan Grajewski

12:30 (L9)
Monitoring of Aflatoxin B1 in Serbian maize (from 2012 until 2017)
Milena Jakšić, Svetlana Cujić, Biljana Marošanović

12:45 (L10)
Results of mycotoxin testing in selected animal feeding stuffs
Waldemar Korol, Grażyna Bielecka, Jolanta Rubaj, Magdalena Twarużek, Robert Kosicki, Jan Grajewski

13:00-14:00       Lunch

14:00-15:00       Poster session (Fidelio Lecture Hall)/ Exhibition (Foyer)

15.00 (L11)
Occurrence and risk assessment for food contamination by ergot alkaloids in Poland
Joanna Gołąbek – Pobłocka, Małgorzata Piątek, Ewa Kalinowska, Andrzej Starski, Jacek Postupolski

15.15 (L12)
Occurrence and influence of processing on Fusarium mycotoxins in Nigerian traditional cereal-based infant food
Cynthia A. Chilaka, Marthe De Boevre, Olusegun Atanda, Sara De Saeger

15:30 (L13)
Zearalenone in cocoa-containing milk products, desserts and chocolate
Julia Catharina Dinkelacker, Maria Hain, Rolf Geisen, Markus Schmidt-Heydt, Ewald Usleber, Horst Klaffke, Madeleine Gross

15:45 (L14)
Co-occurrence of the nephrotoxic mycotoxins ochratoxin A and citrinin – mates or competitors?
Marie-Christin Schulz, Michael Gekle, Gerald Schwerdt

16:00-16:30    Coffee break/Exhibition (Foyer)

16:30-17:30    Meeting of the members of the Society for Mycotoxin Research

19:00             Dinner

 

Tuesday, 20th June 2017

8:30                 Registration (Foyer)

Session 3:       Environment: occurrence (Manru lecture hall)

9.30 (L15)
A new approach to assess fungal burden and mycotoxins occupational exposure in waste trucks workers
Carla Viegas; Tiago Faria; Ana Cebola de Oliveira; Liliana Aranha Caetano; Anita Quintal-Gomes; Magdalena Twarużek; Robert Kosicki, Susana Viegas

9:45 (L16)
Occupational exposure to fungi and mycotoxins in cork industry – An exploratory study
Susana Viegas, Bernd Osteresch, Yannick Hövelmann, Tiago Faria, Anita Quintal-Gomes, Benedikt Cramer, Carla Viegas, Hans-Ulrich Humpf

10:00 (L17)
Opportunities and challenges of using dried blood spots as sample matrix for mycotoxin detection in human biomonitoring studies
Bernd Osteresch, Benedikt Cramer, Hans-Ulrich Humpf

10:15 (L18)
Secondary metabolites and cytotoxic properties of Alternaria, Aspergillus, and Penicillium moulds isolated from working environment
Justyna Szulc, Michael Sulyok, Adriana Nowa, Anna Otlewska, Beata Gutarowska

10:30 (L19)
Isolation of Secondary Metabolites from Stachybotrys Species and Investigations on Human Exposure
Annika Jagels, Svetlana Kalinina, Yannick Hövelmann, Sebastian Ulrich, Christoph Gottschalk, Florian Hübner, Benedikt Cramer, Manfred Gareis, Hans-Ulrich Humpf

10:45-11:30      Coffee break/Exhibition (Foyer)

Session 4:       Environmental influences on mycotoxin production (Manru lecture hall)

11:30 (L20)
Modification of environmental conditions as a risk factor for mycotoxin residual contamination in agricultural soils
Katherine Muñoz, Marcus Schmidt-Heydt, Maximilian Meyer, Dörte Diehl, Sören Thiele-Bruhn, Gabriele E. Schaumann

11:45 (L21)
Biological regulation of toxigenic fungal plant pathogens by key stone species of the soil fauna
Friederike Meyer-Wolfarth, Stefan Schrader, Elisabeth Oldenburg, Joachim Weinert, Joachim Brunotte

12:00 (L22)
Application of Trichoderma harzianum as an alternative to fungicides to effectively inhibit mycotoxigenic fungi
Hanna Braun, Lena Woitsch, Rolf Geisen, Birgitt Zange, Marcus Schmidt-Heydt

12:15-13:15         Lunch

13:15-14:15         Poster session (Fidelio Lecture Hall)/ Exhibition (Foyer)

Session 5:          Modified mycotoxins and degradation (Manru lecture hall)

14:15 (L23)
Relevance of modified mycotoxins in risk assessment using the example of zearalenone and its modified forms
Nicole Lorenz, Sven Dänicke, Lutz Edler, Christoph Gottschalk, Eva Lassek, Doris Marko, Michael Rychlik, Angela Mally

14:30 (L24)
Enzymatic synthesis of glucoconjugates of trichothecene toxins and zearalenone
Herbert Michlmayr, Alexandra Malachová, Elisabeth Varga, Philipp Fruhmann, Christian Hametner, Franz Berthiller, Gerhard Adam

14:45 (L25)
Sulfoglucosides as Novel Forms of Modified Mycotoxins
Beate N. Kohn, Sebastian T. Soukup, Erika Pfeiffer, Rolf Geisen, Manfred Metzler, Sabine Kulling, Mirko Bunzel

15:00 (L26)
Thermal reactions and the formation of degradation products of T 2 and HT 2 toxin during extrusion cooking of oats
Henning Sören Schmidt, Mareike Schulz, Stefanie Becker, Benedikt Cramer, Hans-Ulrich Humpf

15:15 (L27)
Sodium sulfite treatment of Fusarium (FUS) contaminated maize and its impact on leukocyte subsets in a porcine challenge model
Anh Tuan Tran, Jeannette Kluess, Jana Frahm, Susanne Kersten, Marleen Paulick, Andreas Berk, Dian Schatzmayr, Sven Dänicke

15:30-16:30      Coffee break/Exhibition (Foyer)

17:00               Departure to Lubostroń

18:00               Banquet – Lubostroń Palace

 

Wednesday, 21st June 2017

Session 6:       Analytics (Manru lecture hall)

9:30 (L28)
Characterization and application of a highly sensitive enzyme immunoassay for the detection of the tremorgenic mycotoxin paxilline
Julia I. Bauer, Madeleine Gross, Benedikt Cramer, Ewald Usleber

9:45 (L29)
In silico analysis sheds light on the structural basis underlying the ribotoxicity of trichothecenes - A tool for supporting the hazard identification process
Luca Dellafiora, Gianni Galaverna, Chiara Dall’Asta

10:00 (L30)
Development of an LC-ESI-MS/MS method for the simultaneous quantification of multiple mycotoxins in human breast milk)
Dominik Braun, Doris Marko, Benedikt Warth

10:15-11:00       Coffee break/Exhibition (Foyer)

Session 7:       Human and Animal Health (Manru lecture hall)

11:00 (L31)
Co-exposure to low doses of the type B Trichothecenes synergistically impairs the intestinal health
Imourana Alassane-Kpembi, Philippe Pinton, Olivier Puel, Ting-Chao Chou and Isabelle P. Oswald

11:15 (L32)
NX3-M1: a detoxification product of NX-3? Impact on cytotoxicity and intracellular reactive oxygen species in human intestinal cells
Lydia Woelflingseder, Giorgia Del Favero, Benedikt Warth, Gerlinde Wiesenberger, Elisabeth Varga, Krisztian Twaruschek, Marta Vaclaviková, Alexandra Malachová, Gerhard Adam, Franz Berthiller, Doris Marko

11:30 (L33)
Effects of dietary deoxynivalenol and oral lipopolysaccharide challenge on the electrophysiological properties of chicken small intestine in an Ussing chamber experiment
Annegret Lucke, Barbara U. Metzler-Zebeli, Manfred Hollmann, Qendrim Zebeli, Josef Böhm

11.45 (L34)
Toxicokinetics and oral bioavailability of hydrolyzed fumonisin B1 in broiler chickens fed a control or a fumonisins contaminated diet
Gunther Antonissen, Siegrid De Baere, Barbara Novak, Gerlinde Bichl, Mathias Devreese, Siska Croubels

12:00 (L35)
Oral and intravenous fumonisin exposure of pigs – a single-dose treatment experiment evaluating toxicokinetics and detoxification
Hanna Schertz, Jeannette Kluess, Jana Frahm, Dian Schatzmayr, Ilse Dohnal, Heidi Schwartz-Zimmermann, Gerlinde Bichl, Gerhard Breves, Sven Dänicke

12:15               Closing Session

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