SPEAKERS

  • Special Plenary Lecture
  • The Cholera pathogen from bacterial physiology to therapy
  • Matthew K. Waldor
  • Harvard Medical School, USA
  • Invited Lecture
    D-Glutamate in the heart
    Makoto Ariyoshi
    Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan
    D-Serine in physiological and pathological brain aging
    Jean-Marie Billard
    Universite de Caen Normandie, France
    D-Amino acids shape the environmental microbial biodiversity
    Felipe Cava
    Umea University, Sweden
    Does free-D-aspartate play a role in the mammalian brain development and functioning?
    Francesco Errico
    Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Naples, Italy
    D-Serine contributes to the respiratory response to hypercapnia
    Jaime Eugenin
    Universidad de Santiago, Chile
    Preparation of Chiral Isotopically Labelled Amino Acid Standards for Enantioselective Metabolomics
    Jeannie Horak
    Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Tuebingen, Germany
    The impact of D-amino acid on kidney diseases
    Yasunori Iwata
    Kanazawa University Hospital, Japan
    Dynamics of D-serine in kidney physiology and diseases
    Tomonori Kimura
    National Institutes of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition, JAPAN
    Insights into substrate recognition by amino acid transporters
    Yongchan Lee
    Department of Structural Biology, Max Planck Institute of Biophysics, Germany
    Dynamic regulation and implications of D-serine after brain injury
    Daniel J Liebl
    Miller School of Medicine, USA
    Cystathionine β-lyase in bacteria has ability to metabolize D-amino acids
    Tetsuya Miyamoto
    Kitasato University, Japan
    Structural basis of human D-aspartate oxidase properties
    Gianluca Molla
    University of Insubria, Italy
    Enteric D-serine controls gut homeostasis and functions through a non-canonical pathway
    Jean-Pierre Mothet
    Universite Paris Saclay, France
    Transport systems of L and D-amino acids
    Shushi Nagamori
    Nara Medical University, Japan
    News trends in D-amino acid biocatalysis
    Loredano Pollegioni
    University of Insubria, Italy
    The separation of amino acid enantiomers, diastereomers and rotamers using chiral and achiral chromatographic selectors and cinchona alkaloid derivatization
    Roland Reischl
    Department of Biosciences, Bioanalytical Research Labs, University of Salzburg, Austria
    D-Serine metabolism by human D-amino acid oxidase: filling the voids
    Silvia Sacchi
    University of Insubria, Italy
    Physiological functions of D-aspartate oxidase in C. elegans
    Yasuaki Saitoh
    Laboratory of Biomolecular Science, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kitasato University,Japan
    Metabolism of bacterial D-amino acids in mammals
    Jumpei Sasabe
    Keio University, Japan
    D-Amino acid containing neuropeptides: From their characterization to their functions
    Jonathan V. Sweedler
    University of Illinois, USA
    Creation of an Asp-isomer-containing protein using the expressed protein ligation
    Takumi Takata
    Kyoto University, Japan
    The serine shuttle between glia and neurons sustains neuronal D-serine synthesis and regulates NMDAR synaptic activity
    Herman Wolosker
    Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
    Racemization at the Asp 58 residue in αA-crystallin from the lens of highly myopic cataract patients 
    Keke Zhang
    Eye and ENT Hospital, Fudan University, China
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