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Transcript
Poster Sessions
Monday, 9 May
P1847
Visualisation of microbial biofilm on
explanted central venous catheters by
two-photon laser scanning microscopy
F. Tessarolo*, I. Caola, M. Lorenzato,
F. Piccoli, G. Nollo, P. Caciagli (Trento, IT)
P1848
The effects of ferulic and gallic acids on
motility and biofilm control of pathogenic
bacteria
A. Borges*, M.J. Saavedra, M. Simões
(Vila Real, Porto, PT)
P1849
P1850
P1851
P1852
P1853
P1854
P1855
Characterisation of bacterial cells recovered
from biofilms formed on orthopaedic metal
components used in surgical implants
E.L. Pizzolitto*, C.A.L. Santos, F.F. Campos
Junior, A.C. Bernardi, T.P. Leivas, K.E. Kojima,
A.C. Pizzolitto (Araraquara, Sao Paulo, BR)
Isolation of genes involved in biofilm
formation of a Klebsiella pneumoniae
strain causing pyogenic liver abscess
M.C. Wu*, T.L. Lin, P.F. Hsieh, H.C. Yang
(Taipei, TW)
Molecular genotyping, adhesion and biofilm
formation in methicillin-resistant
Staphylococcus aureus clinical strains
G. Gherardi, S. Pomponio, D. Visaggio,
A. Pompilio, G. Dicuonzo, S. Angeletti*,
R. Creti, L. Baldassarri, G. Di Bonaventura
(Rome, Chieti, IT)
Comparison of various antimicrobial agents
as catheter lock solutions in an in vitro model
of coagulase-negative staphylococcal biofilm
A. Peña, R. Gálvez, C. Tomás-Jiménez,
D. Parra, J. Hernández-Quero, J. Parra-Ruiz*
(Granada, Murcia, Oviedo, ES)
Application of Escherichia coli biofilm
supported on clinoptilolite for biosorption
of cadmium from aqueous solution
A. Maleki*, E. Kalantar, B. Davari, A. Mahvi
(Sanandaj, Tehran, IR)
Phenolic antioxidants that target the
staphylococcal membrane may have
potential as biofilm-eradicating agents
N. Ooi*, I. Chopra, J. Cove, A. Eady, A.J. O'Neill
(Leeds, Bradford, UK)
Multidrug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii
and Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm
formation and the destruction activity of
macrolide antibiotics
S. Fujimura*, H. Takane, Y. Nakano, A. Watanabe
(Sendai, JP)
168 21st ECCMID / 27th ICC / Milan
Final Programme
P1856
Improved antibiotic activity against
Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms using a
novel surface active lamellar body mimetic
LMS-611
R. Rajendran*, C. Williams, E. McCulloch,
G. MacGregor, S. Bicknell, G. Park, G. Ramage
(Glasgow, UK)
P1857
Activity of daptomycin, levofloxacin,
clindamycin and rifampicin against
Propionibacterium acnes in planktonic
and biofilm state
U. Furustrand*, W. Zimmerli, A. Trampuz
(Lausanne, Liestal, CH)
P1858
Ciprofloxacin or linezolid in combination
with rifampicin is effective against
Enterococcus faecalis in biofilm
A. Holmberg*, M. Mörgelin, M. Rasmussen
(Lund, SE)
P1859
The evaluation of lethal photosensitisation
for decontamination of implant surfaces
in the treatment of peri-implantitis in
patients of Paschoal Dantas Dental College,
Sao Paulo, Brazil
E. Costa*, C. Costa, F.P. Varolli, M.F. Rodrigues,
D. Cassiri (Sao Paulo, BR)
P1860
Antibiofilm activities of bismuth-thiol-biocides
on bacteria isolated from urinary catheter
surfaces
G. Rahmany*, A. Abdi Ali, P. Mohammadi
(Tehran, IR)
P1861
Biofilm communities on urinary tract catheters
V. Hola*, F. Ruzicka (Brno, CZ)
P1862
Coral-associated bacteria as a novel source
for antibiofilm and quorum quenching agents
D. Bakkiyaraj*, C. Siva Sankar, S. Karutha
Pandian (Karaikudi, IN)
P1863
Fluconazole susceptibility, oxidative stress
response and production of extracellular
hydrolases in Candida glabrata clinical isolates
N. Berila, P. Hyrossova, J. Subik* (Bratislava, SK)
P1864
A novel glycolipid biosurfactant from marine
Serratia marcescens disrupts pathogenic
Candida albicans BH and Pseudomonas
aeruginosa PAO1 biofilms
D. Dusane*, V. Pawar, Y. Nancharaiah,
V. Venugopalan, A.R. Kumar, S. Zinjarde
(Pune, Chennai, IN)