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    Presenting author # Title
  Stevenson, Emma P1 MULTIPLE RELAPSES WITH CO-INFECTION OF TWO Clostridium difficile RIBOTYPES- A CASE STUDY
    Matsumoto, Asami P2 COMPARISON OF CLINICAL SEVERITY, GENOTYPE AND TOXIN GENE EXPRESSION OF BINARY TOXIN-PRODUCIND Clostridium difficile CLINICAL ISOLETES IN JAPAN
  Moorhead, Sian  P3 SYNGERGISTIC EFFICACY OF 405 NM LIGHT AND HOSPITAL DISINFECTANTS FOR THE ENHANCED DECONTAMINATION OF C. difficile ON CLINICALLY RELEVANT SURFACES
  Murabata, Mayumi P4 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION OF Clostridium difficile IN THE PEDIATRIC WARD OF A HOSPITAL IN JAPAN
    Lawry, Beth P5 CHARACTERISING DIAGNOSTIC BIOMARKERS FOR Clostridium difficile
    Pai, Hyunjoo  P6 CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF Clostridium difficile RIBOTYPE 017 AND 018 INFECTIONS
    Miyajima, Fabio  P7 PREDICTING POOR DISEASE OUTCOMES OF Clostridium difficile INFECTION: THE QUEST FOR MORE ANSWERS?
  Lister, Michelle P8 PREVALENCE OF PATIENTS INFECTED WITH MULTIPLE Clostridium difficile RIBOTYPES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM HOSPITALS TRUST 2013/14.  IS THIS A PRECURSOR FOR RELAPSE?
    Reigadas, Elena P9 CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF CYTOTOXICITY AND TOXIGENIC CULTURE IN C. difficile INFECTION
  Hell, Markus P10 CLINICAL EVALUATION OF A NOVEL Clostridium difficile MOLECULAR ONE STEP TEST SYSTEM
  Roberts, Paul  P11 TOXIGENICITY OF Clostridium difficile STRAINS ISOLATED FROM GDH-POSITIVE FAECAL SAMPLES
  Alcalá, Luis P12 COMPARISON OF TWO MULTI-STEP ALGORITHMS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF Clostridium difficile INFECTION
  Banz, Alice P13 DEVELOPMENT OF AN ULTRA-SENSITIVE Clostridium difficile TOXINS A AND B ASSAY USING A DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
  Casari, Erminia  P14 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A RT-PCR STANDALONE TEST MAINTAINS STABLE THE NUMBER OF Clostridium difficile  INFECTION EPISODES IN A TERTIARY RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    Kirveskari , Juha  P15 DIFFERENTIATING VIRULENT 027 AND NON-027 C. difficile BY MOLECULAR METHODS 
  Matero, Pirjo P16 A MULTI-CENTRE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION STUDY OF THE ORION GENREAD® C. difficile TEST
  Longshaw, Chris P17 THE IMPACT OF THE INTRODUCTION OF FIDAXOMICIN ON THE MANAGEMENT OF Clostridium difficile INFECTION IN 7 NHS SECONDARY CARE TRUSTS IN ENGLAND
     Lombardo, Mary-Jane P18 SER-109, AN ORAL THERAPEUTIC COMPOSED OF BACTERIAL SPORES, CATALYZED DIVERSIFICATION OF THE GUT MICROBIOTA AND PREVENTION OF RECURRENT Clostridium difficile INFECTION 
  Hell, Markus P19 HIGH PREVALENCE OF BINARY TOXIN PRODUCING Clostridium difficile AMONG HOSPITALIZED SYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS IN WESTERN AUSTRIA 2014
  Rupnik, Maja P20 C. difficile INFECTION IN SLOVENIAN HOSPITALS – A POINT PREVALENCE STUDY
    Di Bella, Stefano P21 Clostridium difficile INFECTION AMONG HOSPITALIZED HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS IN ITALY: EPIDEMIOLOGY AND RISK FACTORS (2002-2013)
  Goswami, Cosmika P22 UNDERSTANDING MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF Clostridium difficile IN SCOTLAND
  Hong, Hsueh-En  P23 EMERGING Clostridium difficile PCR RIBOTYPE 251 INFECTION IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
  Ito, Yoichiro P24 MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF Clostridium difficile AT A HOSPITAL IN JAPAN: SHIFTS IN THE PREDOMINANT PCR RIBOTYPE OVER A NINE-YEAR PERIOD
  Kato, Haru  P25 PREVALENCE OF TWO PCR RIBOTYPES, SMZ (018) AND TRF (369) OF Clostridium difficile IN JAPAN
  Niwa, Hidekazu P26 GENOTYPE TRANSITION OF Clostridium difficile AT A THOROUGHBRED RACEHORSE CLINIC IN JAPAN FROM 2010– 2014
  Kim, Heejung P27 DIAGNOSTIC PERFORMANCE OF Clostridium difficile INFECTION AND C. difficile EPIDEMIOLOGY IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN SOUTH KOREA IN 2014
    Pai, Hyunjoo  P28 CLONALITY OF Clostridium difficile PCR RIBOTYPE 018 STRAINS IN A TERTIARY HOSPITAL ANALYZED BY MLVA (MULTILOCUS VARIABLE-NUMBER TANDEM REPEAT ANALYSIS)
  Pavic, Sladjana  P29 MONITORING OF Clostridium difficile INFECTIONS IN REGION OF WESTERN SERBIA
    Jovanović, Milica P30 Clostridium difficile AT TWO HEALTH INSTITUTIONS IN BELGRADE - INCREASING AWARENESS OF THE INFECTION
    Trajkovska-Dokic, Elena P31 TOXIGENIC Clostridium difficile STRAINS IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
  Rodriguez, Cristina P32 CARRIAGE OF Clostridium difficile IN HOSPITAL PATIENTS IN SPAIN, INCLUDING MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION, ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY AND MULTILOCUS SEQUENCE TYPING COMPARAISON WITH BELGIAN BACTERIAL ISOLATES
  Van Broeck, Johan  P33 DISTRIBUTION  OF RIBOTYPES   OF Clostridium difficile IN A BELGIAN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL : SURVEILLANCE DATA 2011-2014 
  Van Broeck, Johan  P34 DISTRIBUTION  OF RIBOTYPES   OF Clostridium difficile IN BELGIAN ACUTE HOSPITALS : SURVEILLANCE DATA 2009-2013 
  Neely, Fiona  P35 SURVEILLANCE OF Clostridium difficile INFECTION IN BELGIAN HOSPITALS 2013: DIVERSITY OF RIBOTYPES AND HIGHEST INCIDENCE SINCE 2009 
  Stein, Katharina P36 ANALYSIS OF THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF Clostridium difficile INFECTION IN IRELAND 2014
    Carman, Robert P37 Clostridium difficile RIBOTYPES IN SOUTH WESTERN VIRGINIA 2007-2014: FITNESS AND VIRULENCE
  Golding, George P38 MOLECULAR AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED Clostridium difficile INFECTIONS 2007-2013, CANADA
  Collins, Deirdre P39 MONITORING AND EXAMINATION OF Clostridium difficile TESTING REQUESTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
    Garneau, Julian  P40 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MLVA GENETIC TYPES AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES FOLLOWING INFECTION BY Clostridium difficile RIBOTYPE 027
  Androga, Grace  P41 CO-INFECTION INVOLVING TOXIN A-NEGATIVE, TOXIN B-NEGATIVE, BINARY TOXIN-POSITIVE Clostridium difficile
  Mallia, Gabriella P42 EVALUATION OF THE EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY OF Clostridium difficile IN LONG TERM CARE FACILITY RESIDENTS 
  Beigot Glaser, Sara P43 METHODS FOR Clostridium difficile ISOLATION FROM ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES
  Janezic, Sandra P44 STABLE TREND OF OVERLAPPING Clostridium difficile PCR-RIBOTYPES BETWEEN HUMAN, ANIMAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISLATES IN SLOVENIA, DURING 2008-2014
  Andrés-Lasheras, Sara P45 CARRIAGE OF Clostridium difficile BY WILD ANIMAL SPECIES RELATED TO PIG FARMS IN SPAIN
  Avberšek, Jana  P46 Clostridium difficile IN ANIMALS IN SLOVENIA : AN OVERVIEW FOR YEARS 2005 – 2014 
  Corver, Jeroen  P47 WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING REVEALS POTENTIAL SPREAD OF Clostridium difficile  BETWEEN HUMANS AND FARM  ANIMALS IN THE NETHERLANDS, 2002 TO 2011
    Elliott, Briony  P48 COMPARATIVE GENOMICS AND ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF Clostridium difficile PCR RIBOTYPE 014 ISOLATED FROM HUMANS AND PIGLETS IN AUSTRALIA  
  Garcia, Marta E. P49 ISOLATION OF Clostridium difficile FROM DOGS IN A VETERINARY CLINICAL HOSPITAL
  Ocepek, Matjaž P50 ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERNS OF Clostridium difficile ISOLATES FROM FAMILY DAIRY FARMS
  Moono, Peter P51 PERSISTENCE OF Clostridium difficile PCR RIBOTYPE 237 IN A WESTERN AUSTRALIAN COMMERCIAL PIGGERY
  Norman, Keri P52 USE OF NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING TO EXPLORE THE DIVERSITY OF TOXINOTYPE V STRAINS ORIGINATING FROM A CLOSED POPULATION OF HUMANS AND SWINE
  Usui, Masaru  P53 DISTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF C. difficile DERIVED FROM DOGS IN JAPAN, AND THEIR RISK ASSOCIATED WITH HUMAN HEALTH
  Blanco, Jose L. P54 METRONIDAZOLE (HETERO)RESISTANT Clostridium difficile ISOLATES OF ANIMAL ORIGIN: AN OVERVIEW FROM SPAIN
  Lim, Su-Chen P55 SUSCEPTIBILITY OF Clostridium difficile TO FOOD PRESERVATIVES SODIUM METABISULPHITE, SODIUM NITRATE AND SODIUM NITRITE
  Wang, Qiong  P56 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL C. difficile LYSIN TO CONTROL C. difficile INFECTION IN A MURINE MODEL
    Arnaud-Barbe, Nadège P57 SEQUENCE CONSERVATION AND VARIABILITY OF C.DIFFICILE TOXINS TcdA AND TcdB FROM PREVALENT VARIANT STRAINS AS COMPARED TO REFERENCE STRAIN USED IN SANOFI PASTEUR'S Clostridium difficile TOXOID VACCINE 
  Anosova, Natalie P58 COCKTAIL  OF  FULLY  HUMAN  RECOMBINANT MONOCLONAL  ANTIBODIES  AGAINST  Clostridium difficile ASSOCIATED  DISEASE
  Fühner, Viola  P59 DEVELPOMENT OF ANTIBODIES TARGETING TcdA AND TcdB OF Clostiridium difficile
    Hutton, Melanie   P60 BOVINE COLOSTRUM ANTIBODIES FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF C. difficile INFECTION AND DISEASE
    Batah, Jameel  P61 Clostridium difficile FLAGELLIN FLIC PREDOMINANTLY ACTIVATES TLR5-LINKED NF-KB PATHWAY IN EPITHELIAL CELLS
    Batah, Jameel  P62 C. difficile FLAGELLA INDUCE A PRO-INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IN INTESTINAL EPITHELIUM IN SYNERGY WITH TOXINS TCDA AND TCDB IN A CDI MOUSE MODEL.
  Lees, Emily P63 CHARACTERISATION OF CIRCULATING Clostridium difficile STRAINS AND MUCOSAL INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IN CHILDREN WITH DIARRHOEA IN MERSEYSIDE, UK 
    Patel, Dhaval P64 COMPARISON OF TOXIN NEUTRALIZATION ASSAYS (TNA) FOR QUANTIFICATION OF C. difficile TOXIN A and B SPECIFIC NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES IN HUMAN SERUM
  Janoir, Claire P65 IMMUNOGENIC PROPERTIES OF THE SURFACE LAYER PROTEIN (SLPA) OF Clostridium difficile AND IMMUNIZATION ASSAYS IN ANIMAL MODELS
    Monaghan, Tanya P66 PROFILING HUMORAL IMMUNE RESPONSES TO C. difficile-SPECIFIC ANTIGENS BY PROTEIN MICROARRAY
    Monaghan, Tanya P67 EFFECTS OF BOVINE LACTOFERRIN IN AN IN VITRO HUMAN GUT MODEL OF C. difficile INFECTION
    Gerhard, Ralf P68 THE GLUCOSYLTRANSFERASE OF TOXIN B ACTIVATES NEUTROPHILS
  Therien, Alex  P69 MECHANISMS OF PROTECTION BY THE ANTITOXIN ANTIBODIES ACTOXUMAB AND BEZLOTOXUMAB IN RODENT MODELS OF Clostridium difficile INFECTION
  Peng, Yibing  P70 INSIGHT INTO ALTERATION OF GUT MICROBIOTA IN C. difficile INFECTION AND ASYMPTOMATIC C. difficile COLONIZATION
    Jukes, Caitlin P71 THE IMPACT OF BILE ACID MODIFICATION ON Clostridium difficile COLONISATION
  Mahnic, Aleksander P72 EFFECT OF C. difficile SPENT MEDIUM ON FECAL MICRIOBIOTA COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN A SIMPLE IN VITRO MODEL
    Yuille, Samantha P73 UNDERSTANDING GUT INSTINCT: OPTIMISING GUT COLONISATION RESISTANCE AGAINST Clostridium difficile INFECTION
  Janezic, Sandra P74 COMPARATIVE GENOMICS OF Clostridium difficile TOXINOTYPES
  Keseler, Ingrid P75 A MODEL-ORGANISM DATABASE FOR Clostridium difficile 630
    Slater, Ross  P76 CHARACTERIZATION OF LuxS DEPENDENT BIOFILM FORMATION BY Clostridium difficile 
    Poquet, Isabelle P77 GENOME WIDE ANALYSIS OF GENE EXPRESSION IN Clostridium difficile BIOFILMS
    Kint, Nicolas P78 THE SIGMA FACTOR, SigB, CONTROLS SURVIVAL IN STATIONARY PHASE, SPORULATION, MOTILITY AND METABOLISM IN Clostridium difficile
    Dembek, Marcin  P79 HIGH-THROUGHPUT ANALYSIS OF SPORULATION-RELATED GENES IN Clostridium difficile R20291
    Nawrocki, Kathryn P80 CODY-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF SPORULATION INITIATION IN Clostridium difficile
  Kirby, Jonathan P81 THE STRUCTURE OF CWP84, A CYSTEINE PROTEASE REQUIRED FOR THE MATURATION OF THE S-LAYER OF Clostridium difficile
    Passmore, Ian  P82 DISASSEMBLY OF BACTERIAL BIOFILMS 
    Pich, Andreas P83 THE PROTEOME OF HUMAN CELLS IS ALTERED BY TOXINS A AND B OF Clostridium difficile
    Buckley, Anthony  P84 BIOFILM FORMATION IN Clostridium difficile
  Corver, Jeroen  P85 THE HTRA-LIKE PROTEASE CD3284 MODULATES VIRULENCE OF Clostridium difficile
    Couchman, Edward  P86 TYPE IV PILI OF Clostridium difficile
    Crawshaw, Adam P87 STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF TYPE IV PILI PROTEINS IN Clostridium difficile
    Montfort-Gardeazabal, Jorge M. P88 THE ROLE OF THE AGR LOCUS IN THE EXPRESSION OF VIRULENCE FACTORS IN Clostridium difficile
  Richards, Emma  P89 INVESTIGATION OF A NOVEL, PUTATIVE S-LAYER GLYCOSYLATION CLUSTER IN Clostridium difficile
    Shaw, H. Alexandra  P90 CONTROL OF SURFACE PROTEINS IN C. difficile
  Therien, Alex  P91 NOVEL CELL-BASED ASSAYS MEASURING EARLY AND LATE EFFECTS OF Clostridium difficile TOXINS
    Anwar, Saba  P92 ROLE OF ADHESION IN Clostridium difficile INFECTION
  Armstrong, Glen P93 ROLE OF TYPE 4 PILI IN THE Clostridium difficile PATHOGENIC PROGRAM
  Collignon, Anne P94 VARIABILITY OF BIOFILMS FORMED IN VITRO BY Clostridium difficile STRAINS
  Janoir, Claire P95 SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF TISSUE-ASSOCIATED BACTERIA IN A Clostridium difficile MONOXENIC MOUSE MODEL