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Scientific program

Monday October 23

 

Session timings

Oral communication: presentation 10 min + questions 5 min

Plenary Lecture: presentation 25 min + questions 5 min

 


8h30: Registration

9h00: Introductions 


IN TRIBUTE TO PAUL GRIMALDI


 

PLENARY LECTURE

9h20

Physiological functions of PPARb

Neels J., Nice, France

 


FATTY ACID SIGNALING / SENSING 


 

PLENARY LECTURE

9h50

CD36 in oro-intestinal fatty-acid sensing

Abumrad N., St. Louis, USA 

 


10h20: Coffee break


 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

10h50: Hepatocyte PPAR beta/delta is a circadian sensor of dietary saturated fatty acids

Guillou H., Toulouse, France

11h05: Glycosylation-dependent IFN-gammaR partitioning in lipid and actin nanodomains is critical for JAK activation

Blouin C., Paris, France

11h20: Orosensory detection of bitter in fat-taster healthy and obese participants: genetic polymorphism of CD36 and TAS2R38

Sayed Khan A., Dijon, France

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PLENARY LECTURE

11h35

Lipids of plant membrane rafts

Mongrand S., Bordeaux, France

 


12h05: Lunch


13h30

 “My poster in 60 seconds” 

All poster presenters will have the opportunity to focus attention on the topic of their poster as a very short presentation (only 1 slide/ 60 seconds max).


FATTY TRANSPORT UPTAKE AND STORAGE (PLANT AND MAMMALS) 


 

PLENARY LECTURE

14h15

Adipose lipolysis and insulin resistance

Langin D., Toulouse, France

 

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ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

14h45: Altered postprandial lipemia and fatty acid handling in obese vs. normal-weight men is rectified by reducing dietary fat load: a dose-response trial                                        

Michalski M.-C., Lyon, France

15h00: Lipid determination in two bone compartments: bone marrow and mineralized tissue

During A., Lille, France

15h15: A role for alkylglycerol monooxygenase in 3T3-L1 adipocyte development

Sailer S., Innsbruck, Austria

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PLENARY LECTURE

15h30

Lipid droplet mobilization in plant and mammals

D’Andrea S., Versailles, France

 


GERLI THESIS AWARDS

16h: Impact of dietary octanoic acid on ghrelin octanoylation in rat

F.Lemarié, Vancouver, Canada

16h15: Experimental study of the kinetics of lipid bilayer fusion

C.François-Martin, Zürich, Switzerland


SUMMARY OF THE DAY

16H30

C.Forest 


GERLI general assembly

 16h45 


Tuesday October 24


FATTY ACID METABOLISM AND CANCER


 

PLENARY LECTURE

8h30

Molecular mechanisms of target recognition by lipid GPCRs relevance for cancer

Houthuijzen J., Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

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 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

9h00: Apoptosis and restoration of TRAIL sensitivity by the PPARgamma chemical activator ciglitazone in refractory carcinoma cells

Lascombe I., Besançon, France

9h15: Application of stable isotope labeling to investigate fatty acid metabolism in acute myeloide leukemia

Bertand-Michel J., Toulouse, France

9h30:fatty acid photodecarboxylase, a new type of photoenzyme

Beisson F., Marseille, France

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PLENARY LECTURE

9H45

n-3 Fatty acids and breast cancer

Chevalier S, Tours, France

 


10h15: Coffee break


 

INFLAMMATION AND FATTY ACID MEDIATORS


 

PLENARY LECTURE

10h45

Metabolism and bioactif lipid-mediators

Clària J., Barcelona, Spain

 

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ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

11h15: Pathway-oriented profiling of lipid mediators in adipose tissue of rats with diet-induced prediabetes

Medina I., Vigo, Spain

11h30: Saturated fatty acids damage gut epithelium integrity

Ghezzal S., Paris, France

11h45: Omega 3 fatty acids prevent mucus layer thickness alteration, reticulum endoplasmic stress and inflammation induced by high fat diet in the colon of fat-1 mice

Escoula Q., Dijon, France

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PLENARY LECTURE

12h

n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and oxygenated metabolism

Lagarde M., Lyon, France

 


12h30: Lunch and posters


 

 EMERGING TOPICS/ OPEN SESSION


 

PLENARY LECTURE

14h

Autophagy in retinal cells

Kaarniranta K., Kuopio, Finland

 

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ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

14h30: Contribution of galactoglycerolipids to the three-dimensional architecture of thylakoids

Jouhet J., Grenoble, France

14h45: Emerging physiological roles of alkylglycerol monooxygenase

Watschinger K., Innsbruck, Austria

15h: Isoprostanoids: promising biomarkers in Human, nuts, seeds, oils

Durand T., Montpellier, France

15h15: Metabolic and physiological effects associated with n-3 docosapentaenoic acid (n-3 DPA) supplementation in rats

Drouin G., Rennes, France

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PLENARY LECTURE

15h30

Browning of adipose tissue

Amri E., Nice, France

 


 

SUMMARY OF THE DAY

16H00

C.Forest

 


 

THE LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES (LPS): FROM MICROBOTIA TOWARDS DISEASES 



PLENARY LECTURE

16h15

Lipoproteins : beyond fatty acid transport

Lagrost L., Dijon, France

 


 

Wednesday October 25


THE LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES (LPS): FROM MICROBOTIA TOWARDS DISEASES 


 

PLENARY LECTURES

9h00

Structure / function of LPS

Tissieres P., Paris, France

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9H30

LPS and plant

Ranf S., Munich, Germany

 


ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

10h00: Mass spectrometry analysis of intact Francisella bacteria identifies lipid A structure remodeling in response to acidic pH stress

Nigou J., Toulouse, France

10h15: Hold in mind that our diet is their growth medium

Caroff M., Paris, France


10h30: Coffee break


11h00: Polysaccharide chain lenght of lipopolysaccharides from Salmonella minnesota is a determinant of aggregation, plasma clearance and proinflammatory effect

Gautier T., Dijon, France

11h15: In search of major information in micro LPS samples, for structure to activity relationship studies

Novikov A., Paris, France


 

PLENARY LECTURES

11h30

Endotoxin in diseases

Kersten S., Wageningen , The Netherlands

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12h00

Endotoxemia: new insights 

Pugin J., Geneve, Switzerland

 


12h30: Lunch and Posters



PLENARY LECTURES 

14h00

Experimental human endotoxemia

Pickkers P., Nijmegen , The Netherlands

 


ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

14h30: Soybean polar lipids differently impact adipose tissue inflammation and the endotoxin transporters LBP and sCD14 in flaxseed vs palm oil-rich diets

Laugerette F., Lyon, France

14h45: Endotoxin-dependent obesity induction by Human gut pathobionts

Gerard P., Paris, France

15h: Experimental metabolic endotoxemia during high-fat diet improves insulin resistance through increased muscle glucose transport

Lebrun L., Dijon, France


 

PLENARY LECTURE

15h15

Endotoxemia treatment in septic patients

Robert R., Poitiers, France

 


15h45

SUMMARY OF THE DAY

CONCLUDING REMARKS