Concurrent Session 1: Inflammation, Immunity & Infection 1

Date: Thursday 28 September 2017
Time: 14.20-15.45
Room: Europa Hall

Chairs: Sandrine Dubrac, Olivier Gaide

Concurrent talks are 8 minutes plus 2 minutes discussion.



011 (Poster 294)
IL-17RA and not IL-17RE is required for IL-17C-mediated psoriasiform inflammation
S Sigurdardottir, Y Fritz, P Klenotic and NL Ward Dermatology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA

14.30-14.40 012 (Poster 312)
A Key Signaling Molecule for the Establishment of Inflammatory Loop of IL-17 in the Skin Identified in Keratinocytes

R Matsumoto, T Dainichi, K Sakurai, Y Nakano, M Otsuka, T Nomura and K Kabashima Dermatology, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan
14.40-14.50 013 (Poster 311)
Group 3 innate lymphoid cells (ILC3) induce psoriasiform lesions in human skin xenotransplants in vivo
A Keren1, A Shemer1, A Ginzburg1, Y Ullmann1, R Paus2, A Gilhar1 1Technion, Israel, 2Centre for Dermatology Research Centre, University of Manchester, UK
14.50-15.00 014 (Poster 313)
IL-17A–producing type 3 innate lymphoid cells derive from type 2 innate lymphoid cells

M Teunissen,2 XR Ros,1 S van Tol,1 L Krabbendam,1 M De Rie,2 H Spits1 and JH Bernink1 1Cell Biology and Histology, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands and 2Dermatology, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
15.00-15.10 015 (Poster 301)
The psoriasis-associated IL-17A induces and cooperates with IL-36 cytokines to control
keratinocyte differentiation and function
CM Pfaff, D Kluwig, Y Marquardt, K Fietkau, B Lüscher and JM Baron Uniklinik RWTH
Aachen, Aachen, Germany
15.10-15.20 016 (Poster 300)
Tonicity signals drive immunoparalysis and anti-inflammatory Th17 cell properties

J Matthias and C Zielinski TU Munich, Munich, Germany
15.20-15.30 017 (Poster 363)
The differential production of IL-26 vs. IL-17 by Th17 cells contributes to the development of different forms of psoriasis

J Di Domizio, A Fries, O Demaria and M Gilliet Dermatology, University Hospital Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
15.30-15.40 018 (Poster 307)
Identification of resolvin E1, an omega-3 poly-unsaturated fatty acids-derived lipid mediator, as an inhibitor for psoriatic dermatitis by downregulating migration of IL-17A-producing cutaneous γδ T cells and IL-23 production from dendritic cells

T Honda, Y Sawada and K Kabashima Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan