Abstracts & Lectures

Abstract book

pdf   Asbtractbook2007-b.pdf  (235 Kb)

Main lecture presentations

Opening lecture

Impact of conjugate pneumococcal vaccine on pneumococcal pneumonia:implications for pandemic influenza preparedness.

Keith Klugman,Atlanta, USA

pdf   Klugman_1.pdf  (1514 Kb)

Physiology and pathogenicity factors of S. pneumoniae

Pneumococcal fratricide: possible impact on horizontal gene transfer and virulence.

Leiv Sigve Håvarstein, As, Norway

pdf   S.Havarstein.pdf  (4599 Kb)


Pneumococcal peptidoglycan hydrolases: from phage to bacteria (or vice versa).

 

Ernesto García,Madrid, Spain

pdf   Ernesto_Garcia.pdf  (1460 Kb)

Antimicrobial resistance of S. pneumoniae

A fresh look at the definition of susceptibilityof Streptococcus pneumoniae to beta-lactamantibiotics.

Daniel Musher,Houston, USA

pdf   D.Musher.pdf  (2221 Kb)

Update on macrolide resistance.

 

Josefina Liñares, Barcelona, Spain

pdf   J._linares.pdf  (324 Kb)

Resistance to fluoroquinolones and fitness cost.

 

Keith Klugman, Atlanta, USA

pdf   K.Klugman_2.pdf  (587 Kb)

Relationship between antimicrobial resistance and virulence.

Jefferey Weiser, Philadelphia, US

pdf   J.Weiser.pdf  (2353 Kb)

Clinical management and epidemiology of S. pneumoniae

Nasopharyngeal colonisation.

Helena Mäkelä, Helsinki, Finland

pdf   H._Makel.pdf  (239 Kb)

Serotypes replacement.

Ron Dagan, Beer-Sheva, Israel

pdf   R._Dagan.pdf  (47 Kb)

Vaccines.

Ake Örtqvist, Stockholm, Sweden

pdf   A._Ortqvist.pdf  (2327 Kb)

Treatment of multidrug resistant S. pneumoniae.

Javier Garau, Barcelona, Spain

pdf   J._Garau.pdf  (627 Kb)


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