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Reproductive Immunology 

Abstracts selected for Oral Presentation at ASRI 2022 Meeting

IDSession   Abstract Title Presenting Author
49 S01.4 Gene expression profiling of decidua from interleukin-15 deficient rats reveals osteopontin as a natural killer cell specific marker Kelly Baines
29 S01.5 HLA-G+CD45RA ̅ Treg cells and CD28 ̅ Treg-like cells: Potential immunologic biomarkers for reproductive aging Kahindo Muyayalo
7 S02.4 An optimized method to differentiate mouse testicular antigen IL-17a producing helper T cells in vitro Qunxiong Zeng
37 S02.5 Androgen excess inhibits decidualization in human endometrial stromal cells via AMPK/SIRT1/PDK4 pathway Ling Hong
2 S03.4 Dose-response and minimal duration of administration of a novel IL-1R antagonist, rytvela, for prevention of preterm birth and neonatal injury Tiffany Habelrih
53 S03.5 Benzene exposure during pregnancy leads to respiratory viral infection sensitivity in adult offspring Anthony Maxwell
54 S04.4 Combined estrogen/progesterone treatment enhances innate epithelial immunity against intravaginal ZIKV but limits T cell recruitment to the reproductive tract Andrew Gustin
15 S04.5 Progesterone, vitamin D and inflammation as markers of immune activation and microbial translocation in preterm delivery among women with HIV Anna Powell
28 S05.4 A regulatory battle produces fragile tolerance to pregnancy in Type 1 Diabetes Kelsey McNew
89 S05.5 Birth: An overlooked immune event in the newborn periphery and brain? Alexandra Castillo-Ruiz
4 S06.4 Changes in concentrations of cervicovaginal immune mediators across the menstrual cycle: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data Sean Hughes
14 S06.5 Prenatal Infection Alters Nutrient Sensing Pathways and Amino Acid Transport in the Placenta Eliza McColl
35 S07.4 SQSTM1/p62 might be involved in radio sensitivity of HPV-infected cervical cancer cells Mihoko Kawaguchi
124 S07.5 Persistent exposure to ovarian tumor-induced IL-15 leads to exhaustion of NK cells through induction of cytokine-induced SH2 (CISH) containing protein Jasmin Acosta
97 S08.4 Single-cell RNA-sequencing reveals unique local cellular interactions in preterm labor driven by intra-amniotic infection Valeria Garcia-Flores
67 S08.5 Mitochondrial dysfunction drives a dysregulated inflammatory response in gestational diabetes mellitus Colm McElwain
70 S09.4 HIV-associated genital immune biomarkers in the female sex worker population Eleanor Capozzi
58 S09.5 Feasibility of determining menstrual cycle stage from genital tract samples and implications for HIV research Megan Gooding
96 S10.4 Dramatic shifts in the murine vaginal microbiome with pregnancy: implications for use of the mouse model in investigating obstetric disease Jonathan Greenberg
120 S10.5 Mutualism and Immunological Tolerance during Pregnancy: a Complex Interaction Between a Commensal Bacterium, Fetal Trophoblasts, and Maternal Immune Cells Rafael Michita
126 S11.4 The autophagy protein, ATG14 prevents pyroptosis to support embryo transit and survival during early pregnancy Pooja Popli
69 S11.5 Changes in the composition of endometrial CD45+ immune cells throughout the menstrual cycle Lingtao Yang
55 S12.4 Human 3D epithelial cell models reveal the immunometabolic impact of vaginal microbiota species on gynecologic and reproductive health Melissa Herbst-Kralovetz
77 S12.5 The placenta-brain axis: immune crosstalk via extracellular vesicles during preeclampsia Lingyu Wei
99 S13.1 The vaginal immunoproteome differs between women who ultimately deliver at term and those who undergo spontaneous preterm birth Zachary Shaffer
100 S13.2 Microbial and sterile intra-amniotic inflammation disrupt the vaginal immune-microbiome prior to preterm birth Jose Galaz
46 S13.3 Autoimmune Regulator (AIRE) –Hypoxia inducing factor 1A (HIF1A) rendezvous: An indication of low circulating Treg in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Betcy Johnson
84 S13.4 The powerful influence of human milk oligosaccharides at the host-pathogen interface Rebecca Moore
75 S13.5 Protective anti-inflammatory effect of tissue non-specific alkaline phosphatase against LPS-induced preterm birth in mice Sourav Panja
91 S13.6 Anti-Thyroid autoantibodies may cause embryo demise: experimental and clinical study on recurrent implantation failure (RIF) patients. Marco Sbracia
98 S13.7 RNA Targeted Sequencing Aids in the Determination of Genes Associated with Endometrial Dysregulation Amy Thees
22 S14.4 Mechanisms underlying autophagy impairment that contributes to the pathogenesis of preeclampsia Shibin Cheng
16 S14.5 Sweet Relief for Preeclampsia: Targeting Autophagy and Proteinopathy Zheping Huang
68 S16.5 Aging beyond menopause selectively decreases CD8+T cell numbers but enhances cytotoxic activity in the human endometrium Zheng Shen
10 S16.6 The contribution of IL-17-producing T cells to group B streptococcal clearance from the female reproductive tract Brady Spencer
34 S17.4 Autophagy suppression inhibits the syncytialization of trophoblast cells Atsushi Furuta
61 S17.5 Zika viral infection inhibits trophoblast migration through the regulation of Twist1 expression Yuan You
90 S18.4 In utero TCDD exposure influences immune-mediated alterations associated with the endometriosis-like phenotype Victoria Stephens
3 S18.5 A Paternal Preconception Fish Oil Diet Attenuates Lung Edema and Inflammation in Offspring Jelonia Rumph

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