The Organising Committee and the Scientific Committee reviewed the abstracts. A number of them have been selected for oral presentations (they are listed below). All other submitted abstracts, with only two exceptions clearly dealing with topics out of the Vibrio field, can be considered as accepted for poster presentations during the conference from November 28th until December 1st, 2007. Download here the index posters position
The posters size should not exceed 1 meter high by 0.70 meter wide (portrait) and have to be presented in English language. If the size is not respected, it will be impossible to present your poster. Please bring tape or magnets to hold it on the metal poster board (not provided on site).
For any further information concerning your abstract or poster, please contact the Conference secretariat
The authors listed below are selected as speaker.
Definitive schedule on the web page Scientific programme.
Online electronic taxonomy of vibrios: problems and solutions for discriminating the fuzzy species V. harveyi and V. campbellii
Evolutionary consequences of an environmentally transmitted squid/vibrio mutualism: does selection favor host specificity or ecological specialization?
Molecular phylogenetics of Vibrio parahaemolyticus strains by Multilocus Sequence
Chironomids-Vibrio cholerae connection.
BRegulatory small RNAs circumvent the conventional quorum sensing pathway in pandemic Vibrio cholarae
The complete genome sequence of the fish pathogen Vibrio salmonicida strain LFI1238
Importance of the Xer/FtsK system of terminal segregation for virulence and pathogenicity in vibrios
Comparative Genomics of Vibrio
The Vibrio vulnificus diguanylate cyclase, GcpA, regulates biofilm formation by inducing the biosynthesis of a novel exopolysaccharide.
Estimation of bounds of gene flow by homologous recombination among coastal Vibrio isolates
Vibrio cholerae-acanthamoeba castellanii interaction showing endosymbiont-host relation
VIBRIOSEA PROJECT: a satellite-based early warning system to monitor and prevent vibrios-related diseases in the Mediterranean basin
Vibrio cholerae modify their cell surface in response to environmental stimuli
Vibrio fluvialis: an emerging pathogen in causing acute diarrhea in Kolkata, India
Vibrio vulnificus RTX toxin kills host cells only after contact of the bacteria and host cells
Why does the C-genotype of Vibrio vulnificus cause human infection and why does the E-genotype predominate in oysters?
Reactivation of the vanchrobactin siderophore system of Vibrio anguillarum by removal of a chromosomal insertion sequence originated in plasmid pJM1 encoding the anguibactin siderophore system
Identification of a consortium of closely related Vibrio species and the links between thermal stress, coral reef and shell-fish diseases
Quorum sensing in vibrios associated with corals
Mutation in the periplasmic domain of ToxR produced truncated protein implicated in producing non-pathogenic strains of Vibrio harveyi.