Programme

POWER OF MICROBES IN INDUSTRY AND ENVIRONMENT 2016

  1. 09. – 01. 10. 2016, Krk, Hotel Valamar Koralj, Croatia

 

 

Tentative Scientific Programme:

 

Wednesday, 28.09.2016.

 

– Arrival of participants and accommodation

 

14,00 – 17,00              – Registration of participants

 

Chair: K. Marialigeti, V. Mrša

17,00 – 17,30              – Opening

17,45 – 18,20              – IL1 – R. Muller (Germany) Innovative antibiotics from microbes: Some case studies

18,20 – 18,55               – IL2 – K. Marialigeti (Hungary) Analysis of the effect and survival and phytostimulatory soil inoculants

18,55 – 19,30              – IL3 –  M. Schloter (Germany) Back to the roots – the role of the plant associated microbiomes for plant health

 

20,00   – Welcome Reception

 

Thursday, 29.09.2016.   

 

8,00 – 9,00      – Registration of participants

 

Molecular Microbiology of Fungi

Chair: D. Mattanovich, R. Teparić

9,00 – 9,35        – IL4 – D. Mattanovich (Austria) On the coupling of growth and protein secretion in budding yeasts

9,35 – 10,10      – IL5 –  A. Štafa (Croatia) Construction of yeast strains – fun and easy?

10,10 – 10,45    – L1 – P. Raspor (Slovenia) Probiotic yeast Saccharomyces boulardii (nom. Nud.) modulates adhesive properties of Candida glabrata

10,45 – 11,05    – L2  A. Kotogan (Hungary) Synthetic reactions of lipase enzymes from Mucor mycotina fungi

 

11,05 – 11,30     – Coffee break

 

11,30 – 12,05      – IL-6 – R. Rahmouni (France) Yeast as a tool to search for Rho-specific antibacterial agents 

12,05 – 12,25       – L3 – I. Stuparević (Croatia) The control of dynamic transcript architecture

12,25  – 12,45      – L4  – L. Kredics (Hungary) Peptaibol production of the mushroom green mould Trichoderma pleuroti: from the genomic background to compound profiles

 

12,45 – 13,05       – L5  – L. Galgoczy (Austria) Structural elements of Neosartorya fischeri antifungal protein (NFAP) responsible for folding and antifungal activity

 

13,05 – 14,30  –  Lunch break

 

Bacteria in food and feed

Chair: A. Laukova, M. Mrkonjić-Fuka

14,30 – 15,05       – IL7 – A. Laukova (Slovakia) Benefits of enterocin-producing enterococci and their enterocins in animals

15,05 – 15,40       – IL8 – T. Smokvina (France) Protection of gut barrier integrity by specific probiotic strains

15,40 – 16,00       – L6 B. Žunar (Croatia) Evaluating strategies for de novo genome assembly of Lactobacillus amylovorus

 

16,00 – 16,30  – Coffee break

 

16,30 – 16,50         – L7  A. Žgomba Maksimović (Croatia) Microbial diversity of traditional wild boar (Sus scrofa) meat saussages produced in Croatia

16,50 – 17,20          – L8  S. Petrut (Romania)  Comparative studies regarding probiotic effect between individual/consortia of lactic acid bacteria strains

17,20 – 17,40        – L9 M. Zunabović-Pichler (Austria) Bacterial recontamination scenarios after heat treatment of meat products – the role of lactic acid bacteria

17,40 – 18,00     – L10  E. B. Kerekes (Hungary) Essential oils as new alternatives for food preservation

 

18,00 –  20,00        – Poster session

 

Friday, 30.09.2016.   

 

Microbes surrounding us

Chair: B. Stres, D. Vujaklija

9,00 – 9,35           – IL9 – B- Stres (Slovenia) Nature’s lab: common strategies in the microbial hot spots of the gut

9,35 – 10,10         – IL10 – N. Udiković – Kolić (Croatia) Manure fertilizer increases antibiotic resistance

10,10 – 10,30       – L11  Zs. Nagymate (Hungary) Development of scaled-up dechlorinating inoculum for remediation of chlorinated hydrocarbon contaminated areas

 

10,30 – 11,00             – Coffee break

 

11,00 – 10,20        – L12  L. Djokić (Serbia) Heterotrophyc microorganisms from mine environments: Diversity, eco-physiology and impact on bioleaching processes

11,20 – 11,40         – L13 K. Korponai (Hungary) Purple bacteria bloom in an alkaline soda pan

11,40 – 12,00        – L14 M. Čater (Slovenia) Reduction of extracellular microcystin concentration by an advanced oxidation technique: potential of boron-doped electrodes to control cyanobacterial blooms

12,00 – 12,20        – L15 – I. Morić (Serbia) Biodeterioration potential of bacteria isolated from the air and dust in archive of National Library of Serbia

 

12,20 – 13,30       – Lunch time

 

14,00 – 23,00       – Excursion with dinner (optional)

 

Saturday, 01.10.2016.

 

Bacterial producers

Chair: S. Zochev, J Pigac

9,00 – 9,35           – IL11 – S. Zotchev (Austria) Harnessing Actinomycete Bacteria for Drug Discovery: from Bioprospecting to Synthetic Biology

9,35 – 10,10         – IL 12 – D.Vujaklija (Croatia) A division of labor between two paralogous SSB proteins in Streptomyces coelicolor

10,10 – 10,45       – IL13 – A. Penyige (Hungary) Protein ADP-ribosylation, Ca2+-binding proteins, two physiological regulatory mechanisms revisited

10,45 – 11,05       – L16 – O. N. Sekurova (Austria)  Activation of chloramphenicol biosynthesis in Streptomyces venezuelae ATCC10712 by ethanol shock: insights from the promoter fusion studies

 

11,05 – 11,30      – Coffee break

 

11,30 – 12,05      – IL-14 – H. Petković (Slovenia) Diversity and sources of building blocks in the biosynthesis of industrially important secondary metabolites: Why is this an important issue for the pharmaceutical industry?

12,05 – 12,40      – IL15 – H. Pichler (Austria) Oleate hydratases – structure function            relationships and application

12,40 – 13,00      – L17 – M. Ćurković-Perica (Croatia) Recovery of chestnut from chestnut blight depends on combination of virus strains used for biocontrol

 

13,00                   – Closing words

 

 

IL – Invited lecturers

L – Lectures chosen among submitted contributions