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Information to Abstract Presenters



All presenters of abstracts and lectures at the meeting are requested to bring their power point presentation on USB and upload it in the meeting hall immediately prior to each of the sessions.


Presenters of accepted abstracts should prepare for 8 min of presentation + 2 min of questions from the audience.



Accepted Abstracts


Gonzalo Sanchez. GABAergic signaling in the primary cilium of pancreatic islet β-cells


Anders Tengholm. Glucose-induced changes of α-cell cAMP control glucagon release during hypoglycaemia


Luis Rodirgo Cataldo. PP1R1A, a novel regulator of the GLP1R-amplifying glucose-stimulated insulin secretion in β-cells


Ruifeng Shi. The expression and function of Clec11a in human islets


Hanna Liljebäck. Fewer islets survive from first transplantation than second transplantation: evaluation of intraportal islet transplantation in mice


Anja Brboric. Developing techniques for expansion and culture of neural crest stem cells isolated from human bone marrow to improve the survival and function of transplanted islets of Langerhans

Sara Ullsten. Increased susceptibility for immune attack of highly blood perfused, highly metabolically active pancreatic islets

Louise Magnusson. Identification of altered immune cell subsets in patients with autoimmune endocrine diseases by mass cytometry

Zhengkang Luo. Kinetics of immune cell responses in the multiple low dose streptozotocin mouse model of type 1 diabetes

Fabricia Dietrich. Immunological effects of GAD-alum injection into the lymph node in recent onset type 1 diabetes

Hugo Barcenilla. Mass cytometry identifies regulatory T and Natural Killer cell subsets that are increased in individuals at high risk for type 1 diabetes

Camilla Skoglund. Increased levels of neutrophil extracellular trap (NET) remnants as well as mitochondrial and nuclear DNA in newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes children

Kailash Singh. Role of regulatory B cells in clinical and experimental type 1 diabetes

Magdalena Mazur. Type III interferons (IFNλs) are expressed in the human type 1 diabetes pancreas at disease onset, upregulate HLA class I expression and protect beta cells from Coxsachievirus infection

Carmen Herrera Hidalgo. Neonatal infections alter islet maturation and long-term glucose homeostasis

Kristel Parv. Phagocytosis and efferocytosis by pancreatic macrophages


Virginia M Stone. A hexavalent vaccine covering all Coxsackievirus B (CVB) serotypes protects against acute CVB infection and CVB-induced diabetes in mice


Isabel Diaz Lozano. Identifying novel biomarkers for virus-induced diabetes using an experimental animal model

Anna Korsgaard Berg. The economic additional expenditure related to skin problems in patients using insulin pump and/or glucose sensor in a Danish context

Maarit K Koskinen. Longitudinal pattern of first phase insulin response is associated with genetic factors outside class II HLA region in children with multiple autoantibodies

Anmol Kumar. The association between FGF23 and bone mineral density in type 1 diabetes with different stages of renal disease

Fanny J Jansson. High remnant cholesterol predicts progression of diabetic nephropathy in type 1 diabetes


Marika Eriksson. Association between blood pressure measured ambulatory and cerebral small-vessel disease in type 1 diabetes

Ingrid K Hals. Insulin treatment vs. sitagliptin does not affect deterioration of insulin secretion in LADA patients. Results from a 21 month randomized study


Rebecka Hjort. Physical activity and genetic susceptibility in relation to the risk of latent autoimmune diabetes in adults and type 2 diabetes

Maria Houborg Petersen. High intensity interval training combining biking and rowing markedly improves insulin sensitivity, body composition and VO2max


Maria Hornstrup Christensen. Future health and gestational diabetes - the FUDGE study


Anna P Westberg. The impact of maternal weight in pregnancy on glucose tolerance and insulin resistance in non-diabetic offspring


Sofia Carlsson. Type 2 diabetes and occupation; professional drivers, manufacturing workers and cleaners are at high risk; evidence from all Swedish employees 2006-2015


Nikolaos Tertipis. High-throughput metabolomics for early detection of individuals at increased risk for type 2 diabetes

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