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Program

Modern Transportation and Street Culture
Thursday: WG 1 part 1, Friday: WG 1 part 2 and WG2 / Posters WG 1, WG 2, WG 3, WG 4, Saturday: WG 3 and WG 4, Sunday: MC

Thursday 4 May

  • 13.00-18.00 Registration
  • 13.00-15.00 Coffee
  • 15.00
    Opening of the congress
  • Welcome address: Eero Vuorio (Turku)
  • Music: Aaro Turunen & Jenni Koskinen (Turku)
  • 15.30
    Working Group 1: Evolution and Development Part 1
    Chairpersons: Ralf J Radlanski and P Eckhard Witten
  • 15.30 Keynote Lecture: Jukka Jernvall (Helsinki): Growth factors as regulators of tooth shape during evolution
  • 16.15 New insights in the function of BARX1 during multicuspid tooth development
    Miletich I, Kai Y, Sharpe PT
  • 16.35 Ectodermal dysplasia gene (Eda) antagonizes BMP activity and upregulates expression of Shh
    Fliniaux I, Mikkola M, Pummila M, Laurikkala J, Schneider P, Thesleff I
  • 16.55 The expression of RUNX2, MYF5 and SOX9 during prenatal moprhogenesis of the mandible of the quail
    Radlanski RJ, Renz H, Schneider RA
  • 18.00 Reception at the City Hall
  • 19.30 Dinner at FishMarket (optional)

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Friday 5 May

  • 08.15-16.00 Registration
  • 08.30
    Working Group 1: Evolution and Development Part 2
    Chairpersons: Ralf J Radlanski and P Eckhard Witten
  • 08.30 Keynote Lecture: Ophir Klein (San Francisco): Sproutying new teeth: regulation of FGF signaling in dental development
  • 09.15 Expression of the dlx gene family during formation of the cranial bones in the zebrafish (Danio Rerio): Differential involvement in the visceral skeleton and braincase
    Verreijdt L, Debias-Thibaud M, Borday-Birraux V, Van der Heyden C, Sire J-Y, Huysseune A
  • 09.35 Gene expression for tooth renewal in osteichthyan fish: Developmental and evolutionary origins of a dental lamina
    Smith MM, Hulsey CD, Streelman JT, Fraser GJ
  • 09.55 Bony fish as "models" for bone and cartilage development: cribs, challenges and changes
    Witten PE, Baeverfjord G
  • 10.15 Coffee
  • 10.45
    Working Group 2: Stem Cells and Hard Tissue Formation
    Chairpersons: Ton Bronckers and Kaj Fried
  • 10.45 Keynote Lecture: Christine Hartmann (Vienna): A Wnt canon orchestrating skeletal development
  • 11.30 Late molar and bone phenotype in homozygous MSX 2 Ki mice
    Berdal A, Aioub M, Descroix V, Roberts B, Lézot F, Néfussi JR
  • 11.50 Bone marrow cells can differentiate into ameloblast- and odontoblast-like cells without cell fusion
    Hu B, Unda F, Bopp-Kucler S, Jimenez L, Wang XJ, Wang SL, Lesot H
  • 12.10 Pericytes of dental pulp: A new model to study reparative dentinogenesis
    Alliot-Licht B, Bluteau G, Lopez-Cazaux S, Guicheux J
  • 12.30 Lunch
  • 13.30 Keynote Lecture: Kalervo Väänänen (Turku): Regulation of bone remodelling
  • 14.15 Coexpression of Rgs5 and Notch3 mRNA in the pericyte-vSMC axis after pulp injury
    Løvschall H, Mitsiadis T, Jensen KH, Kjeldsen AL, Poulsen K
  • 14.35 FGF and TGFß1 signalling in normal and mutated osteoprogenitors
    Ferretti P, Santos-Ruiz L
  • 14.55 Extracellular matrix mineralization in osteoblast cultures is dually inhibited by both pyrophosphate and its upregulation of osteopontin
    Addison WN, Azari F, Kaartinen F, McKee MD
  • 15.15 Coffee

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  • 15.30-17.30
    Poster sessions
  • 15.30-16.30 Even numbers
  • 16.30-17.30 Uneven Numbers
  • Poster session WG1
    1. Drozd B: Pharyngeal dentition in asp: a new model for early stages of pharyngeal teeth development?
    2. Horacek I, Frantisek S, Vrabcová S: Why tribosphenic?
    3. Horacek I, Suvova Z, Krejcova Debora, Copkova H: Structure of dental phenotype in arvicolid rodents: adaptive variation and constraints.
    4. Järvinen E, Jernvall J, Thesleff l: Sorex araneus as a model for tooth development.
    5. Lohi M & Sharpe PT: NF-κß-WNT interactions in tooth development.
    6. Munne & Jernvall J: The importance of ectodin in development of dentition.
    7. Närhi K & Thesleff I: The role of ectodin in the development of ectodermal organs.
    8. Ericsson R, Joss J, Olsson L: Cranial muscle morphogenesis in lungfishes and amphibians - a comparative perspective.
    9. Osmundsen H, Landin M, Risnes S: Time-course of gene expression in murine tooth germs as measured using microarray analysis.
    10. Penttilä E: Using three-dimensional reconstruction to study tooth morphology and gene expression patterns.
    11. Hovorakova M, Lesot H, Peterkova R, Peterka M:The complex origin of a tooth can cause its developmental vulnerability and explain the formation of supernumeraries.
    12. Peterkova R, Klein O, Lesot H, Churava S, Peterka M, Martin G: 3D morphogenesis of the supernumerary cheek tooth in sprouty embryos.
    13. Salma I, Stamers K, Skagers A, Pilmane M: Morphology of trigeminal ganglions (TG) and different salivary glands after unilateral long-lasting ligation of arteria carotis communis.
    14. Seppälä M, Fan C-M, Sharpe P, Cobourne M: The role of GAS1 during early craniofacial development.
    15. Setkova J, Matalova E, Dubska L, Misek I: Microdissection as a tool for cell signalling analysis in teeth.
    16. Suomalainen M, Wang XP, Felszeghy S, James MJ, Lioubinski O, Zelarayan LC, Pilkus MV, Chuong CH, Schimmang T, Thesleff I: Balance between activin, follistatin and bmp4 regulates the function of fgf3 and proliferation of stem cells in mouse incisors.
    17. Varjosalo M, Li S-P, Taipale J: Divergence of Hedgehog signal transduction mechanism between Drosophila and mammals.
    18. Zahradnicek O: Dental morphogenesis in a gecko, Paroedura pictus: origin of fissident teeth.
    19. Zoupa M, Seppälä M, Mitsiadis T, Cobourne M: Tbx1 is expressed at multiple sites of epithelial-mesenchymal interaction during early development of the facial complex.

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  • Poster session WG 2
    20. Barrandon O, Tucker AS, Mitsiadis T: Localization of epithelial stem cells in the mouse incisor.
    21. Descroix V, Hotton D, Asselin A, Kato S, Lezot F, Berdal A: Partial rescue of dental phenotype of vitamin D receptor-ablated mice by calcium and phosphate normalization.
    22. Fernandez I, Nadra R, Pibouin L, Berdal A, Menuelle P: Regulation by glucocorticoids of calvaria differentiation and mineralization in rat fetus.
    23. Christersson C, Lind T, Ohlsson M-L, Wendel EM, Fried K: Dynamic expression of HMGB1 during tooth development.
    24. Al-Jallad HF, Nakano Y, Kaartinen MT: Transglutaminase activity and fibronectin crosslinking is required for matrix mineralization and MC3T3-E1 osteoblast differentiation.
    25. Karlström E, Rehn A, Christersson C, Wendel M, Lind T: Adamts-1 metalloproteinase activity influence collagen type 1 processing in osteoblastic cells.
    26. Klinge RF, Risnes S, Li CF, Skogedal N, Storhaug K: Microscopic structure of deciduous teeth from patients with hypophosphatemic x-linked rickets.
    27. Kärner E, Sugars R, Gertow K, Wendel M: In vitro differentiation of osteogenic lineage cells from human embryonic stem cells.
    28. Popova SN, Barczyk M, van der Bos T, Beertsen W, Gullberg D: Integrin α11ß1 plays an important role in mouse incisor-development.
    29. Pääkkönen V, Vuoristo J, Salo T, Tjäderhane L: Gene expression differences between native human pulp and odontoblasts.
    30. Rehn A, Chalk A, Wendel M: Regulation of small leucine-rich proteoglycan osteoadherin by transforming growth factor (beta)-family cytokines.
    31. Vág J, Szlávik V, Kádár K, Varga G: Interactions of DPSC and HSG cell: a model for epithelial-mesenchymal communication.
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  • Poster session WG 3
    32. Axelsson S, Westvik J, Storhaug K: Cervical vertebral body shape and morphology in persons with Williams syndrome.
    33. Brett PM, Nibali L, D'Aiuto F, Griffiths GS: The role of IL-6 polymorphisms in the predisposition to and pathogenesis of periodontal disease.
    34. Jee KJ, Heikinheimo K, DiPalma S, Mäkitie A, Knuutila S, Leivo: Array and conventional genomic hybridization reveal genomic copy number changes and are closely linked to outcome of salivary gland carcinoma.
    35. Mostowska A, Hozyasz KK, Dabrowski M, Jagodzinski PP: Maternal MTR genotype contributes to the risk of nonsyndromic cleft lip and palate in the Polish population.
    36. Pilmane M, Krivicka B, Akota I, Barkane B, Rone B, Kundzina R: Growth factors (GF) and matrix metalloproteinases (MMP) in tissue of children with facial clefts.
    37. Tallón-Walton V, Manzanares-Céspedes MC, Carvalho-Lobato P, Ventura-Pujol F, Arte S, Nieminen P: A novel mutation in Pax9 causes familiar oligodontia associated with systemic affections.
    38. Veistinen L, Arte S, Thesleff I, Kreiborg S, Nieminen P: Genetic mapping of the novel syndrome with supernumerary teeth and craniosynostosis (Kreiborg-Pakistan Syndrome).

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  • Poster session WG 4
    39. Mathieu S, Técles O, Tran-Hung L, Laurent P, About I: Pulp fibroblasts - endothelial cells interrelationhips are essential for pulp healing.
    40. Berendsen AD Bronckers ALJJ, Smith TH, Walboomers XF, Everts V: Collagen type V enhances matrix contraction by human periodontal ligament fibroblasts seeded in 3D collagen gels.
    41. Chaussain-Miller C, Veyrune JL, Czernichow S, Godolewski AE, Dubois C, Nicolas E, Buch D, Basdevant A, Hennequin M: Descriptive study of the chewing function in patients with obesity.
    42. Götz W, Lossdörfer S, Kunert D, Jäger A: The periodontal ligament in root resorption repair: in vivo and in vitro studies.
    43. Jenca A, Danko J, Jencova J, Jencova V, Orencak M, Kizek P, Hanusinova V: Osteointegration and osteoconduction in orofacial region.
    44. Jenca A, Jencova J, Jencova V, Orencak M, Danko J: Introduction of Slovakia as a new member of COST and our research department.
    45. Simon S, Ifi-Naulin C, Mactou P, Orencak M, Danko J: Implementation of a laboratory model for studying pulp response in the mouse.
    46. Tcacencu I, Carlsöö B, Stierna P, Hultenby K: Local treatment of cricoid cartilage defects with rhBMP-2 induces growth plate-like morphology of chondrogenesis.
    47. Amer DAM, Jones E, Yang X: The effect of cytomodulin-1 on the proliferation and differentiation of human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells.
  • 18.15 Boat-trip to Suomenlinna Sea Fortress (optional)

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Saturday 6 May

  • 08.30
    Working Group 3: Genetic Anomalies
    Chairpersons: Agnes Bloch-Zupan and Cristina Manzanares-Céspedes
  • 08.30 Keynote Lecture: Aarno Palotie (Helsinki): New opportunities provided by the genome project for the characterization of complex diseases
  • 09.15 Keynote Lecture: Pekka Nieminen (Helsinki): Signalling pathways and tooth agenesis
  • 10.00 Coffee
  • 10.30 Tooth phenotype in DiGeorge syndrome, the role of TBX1 on tooth development and enamel formation
    Catón J, Mitsiadis TA
  • 10.50 Odontological and cranofacial manifestations in a molecular screened population with Gorlin syndrome
    Gorry P, Viguier PA, Peycru L, Marteau JM
  • 11.10 Dental findings in healthy female carriers of a splicing mutation in the NEMO gene
    Nordgarden H, Storhaug K
  • 11.30
    Working Group 4: Tissue Regeneration and Clinical Application
    Chairpersons: Michel Goldberg and Henry Magloire
  • 11.30 Keynote Lecture: Misako Nakashima (Aichi): The application of tissue engineering to regeneration of dentin and pulp in endodontics
  • 12.15 Lunch
  • 13.15 Characterization of adrenomedullin in dental tissues and cells
    Graham L, Smith AJ, Sloan AJ, S Kapas, Nor J, Cooper PR
  • 13.35 Activation of toll-like receptor 2 by lipoteichoic acid induces CCL2, CCL7, CXCL 2 and CXCL10 chemokine expression in human odontoblasts, while decreasing type I collagen, DSPP and TGF-ß1
    Durand SH, Flacher V, Roméas A, Carrouel F, Colomb E, Vincent C, Magloire H, Couble M-L, Bleicher F, Staquet M-J, Lebecque S, Farges J-C
  • 13.55 Odontoblast and mesenchymal progenitors implanted in the pulp of mouse incisors induce reparative dentin formation
    Lacerda S, Goldberg M, Kellerman O, Pollard A
  • 14.15 Coffee
  • 14.45 Keynote Lecture: Hannu Aro (Turku): Clinical experience of randomized trials of rhBMP-2 therapy in enhancement of long-bone fracture healing
  • 15.30 Formation of new bone during vertical distraction osteogenesis of the human mandible is related to the presence of blood vessels
    Amir LR, Becking AG, Jovanovic A, Perdijk FBT, Everts V, Bronckers ALJJ
  • 15.50 The bone regenerative potential of matrix-bound parathyroid hormone
    Jung RE, Cochran DL, Domken O, Seibl R, Dard M, Jones A, Hammerle CHF
  • 16.10 Individual craniofacial reconstruction with new composite materials
    Peltola MJ, Tuusa SM-R, Tirri T, Vallittu PK, Aitasalo K

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Sunday May 7

  • 09.00-12.00
    Management Committee Meeting COST Action B23
  1. Welcome
  2. Adoption of the agenda
  3. Approval of the Minutes of the 5th MC meeting in Athens (Nov 4-6 2005)
  4. COST Office news
  5. Chairman's greetings
  6. STSMs: Analysis of 2006 missions
  7. Dissemination of the results
  8. Preparation of the Annual Report
  9. Proposal and discussion for a new COST Action
  10. Organisation of 7th MC meeting (Brussels)
  11. Web-site of the COST Action B23
  12. Organization of future meeting (time and place)
  13. Any other business

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