DAVS 2023

Dutch Annual Virology Symposium 2023

​​​​​​​A pre-clinical human lung xenograft mouse model of pan-orthohantavirus infection
Barry Rockx, Wageningen Bioveterinary Research/Erasmus MC

Defining HIV-1’s doorway into the intestinal mucosa: human primary gut epithelial-immune cell organoid model uncovers a vesicle-mediated HIV-1 transmission mechanism
Anusca Rader, Amsterdam UMC

Human organoid models reveal SARS- CoV-2 Omicron utilizes host serine proteases and not cathepsins for entry
Mart Lamers, Erasmus MC

Cellular proteins that bind to the RNA of flaviviruses attenuated by unnatural dinucleotide frequencies
Joyce van Bree, Wageningen University

A universal mRNA influenza T-cell vaccine boosts existing cellular responses and enhances protection against severe pneumonia induced by H7N9 challenge in ferrets
Jorgen de Jonge, RIVM

Antigenic cartography of emerging SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variants BM.1.1.1, BQ.1.1 and XBB.1
Anna Mykytyn, Erasmus MC

Viral convergent evolution under different host immune pressures in Drosophila C virus
Óscar Lezcano, Radboud UMC

The hunt for 5’-caps by segmented Negative Strand RNA Viruses
Richard Kormelink, Wageningen University

Sialoglycan receptor binding triggers spike opening in the betacoronavirus HKU1
Matti Pronker, Utrecht University

TLR2 axis regulates antibody-dependent enhancement of dengue virus infection and induced immune response in peripheral blood mononuclear cells
Bram ter Ellen, UMCG

The alphavirus nonstructural protein 2 NTPase induces a host translational shut-off through phosphorylation of eEF2 via cAMP-PKA-eEF2K signaling
Emmely Treffers, LUMC

The SARS-Cov-2 accessory factor ORF7a downregulates MHC class I surface expression
Shuxuan Zheng, UMCU

Beijerinck Prize Laureate Lecture

Ron Fouchier, Viroscience, ErasmusMC Rotterdam

Beijerinck Premium Laureate Lecture

Daniel Hurdiss, Department of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, Utrecht University