Oral Abstract Session:
47. Science Relevant to ID
Thursday, October 4, 2018: 10:30 AM-11:45 AM
Room: S 157
Infectious Diseases Society of America

Tracks: Adult ID, Investigative ID


Moderators:  Donald Forthal, MD, UC Irvine School of Medicine and Annelies Zinkernagel, MD, PhD, MSc, University Hospital Zurich

Presentations:
10:30 AM
164
Reporting the high-resolution structure of the Enterococcal ribosome - a new template for antibiotic discovery.
Gerwald Jogl, PhD; Reza Khayat, PhD; Eileen Murphy, BA; Torsten Kleffmann, PhD; Kavindra Singh, Ph.D.; Barbara Murray, M.D.; Kurt Krause, MD, PhD, FIDSA
10:45 AM
165
Mycobacterium tuberculosis produces molecules that trigger nociceptive neurons to activate cough
Cody Ruhl, B.S.; Lexy Kindt, B.S., M.S.; Haaris Khan, B.S.; Chelsea E. Stamm, B.S.; Breanna Pasko, B.S.; Luis Franco, PhD; Michael U. Shiloh, MD, PhD
11:00 AM
166
TGFβ restricts T cell IFNg production in pulmonary tuberculous granulomas
Benjamin Gern, MD; Kristin Adams, Ph.D.; Courtney Plumlee, PhD; Michael Gerner, PhD; Kevin Urdahl, MD, PhD
11:15 AM
167
A Bordetella pertussis Human Challenge Model Induces Immunizing Colonization in the Absence of Symptoms
Hans De Graaf, BM; Muktar Ibrahim, MSc; Alison Hill, PhD; Diane Gbesemete, BM; Andrew Gorringe, PhD; Dimitri Diavatopoulos, PhD; Kent Kester, MD; Guy Berbers, PhD; Saul Faust, PhD; Robert Read, MD, FIDSA

CME Credits: Maximum of 0.00 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™


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