Dear participant,

Please find below the details of your poster presentation at the Joint Dutch German Vascular Biology Meeting, November 21-23, 2018 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Poster Session

Sanquin institute, the Pelidome
Nov 21, 2018
18:00 – 21:00 PM

Poster presentation hours: Presenters should attend their poster on the indicated day during the following presentation hours:
Odd numbered posters from 18:00 to 19:30
Even numbered posters from 19:30 to 21:00

For your poster number, see the table at the end of this document.

1) Poster size and format: Poster boards are 100 cm in width and 125 cm in height. Velcro hook coins will be available at the poster boards. Please use a poster material that is light enough to be secured with velcro.

2) Header: The poster should contain a header including the abstract title, all authors and their affiliations and your poster number (please see above). Your poster number, which is also your board number, should appear in the upper left corner of the header in Arial Black Font – 100 pt size.

3) Poster session: The poster session will be held from 18:00 to 21:00 on Wednesday (November 21) in the Pelidome. All posters will be presented that day.

4) Poster presentation hours: You should attend your poster at least for the indicated hour, according to the even/odd poster numbering (see below).

5) Poster placing hours: You may place your poster on your specified board between 13:00 and 18:00 on the day of your session, before the start of your session. Posters should be removed at the end of the poster session but no later than at 21:30. Posters left on the boards after 21:30 will be discarded.

Please notice that it is forbidden to photograph the posters or the poster presentations at the meeting.

If you have any questions regarding your abstract or registration, please feel free to contact Ed Eringa

We are looking forward to an exciting meeting, and warmly welcome you to Amsterdam!

The Organizing Committee,

Jaap van Buul

Ferdinand le Noble

Ed Eringa



Nr Last name Title
1 Abdel Rahman Sphingolipids improve vascular barrier function and systemic blood pressure by reducing pericyte loss during LPS-mediated inflammation
2 Arias Alpizar/ Bussmann Identification and functional analysis of an endothelial cell type homologous to mammalian sinusoidal endothelium in the zebrafish embryo
3 Arias Alpizar Unraveling the selective accumulation of unusual liposomes to the blood brain barrier in embryonic zebrafish
4 Asadi TSAd regulates endothelial permeability during sepsis in vivo
5 Bakker Fluid flow in the brain, role of paravascular spaces and hypertension
6 Berkholz PML is strongly increased in atherosclerotic plaques of human coronary arteries
7 Bink The role of long non-coding RNA TERRA in endothelial function
8 Boex VitroGel 3D system for 3D cell culture of multiple cell lines
9 Bongiovanni Investigating the biology of immature platelet
10 Bozoglu Modification of rAAV surface to facilitate targeting endothelium
11 Brandt Transcriptome analysis of microvascular endothelial-induced pericyte maturation
12 Brunssen/


Impact of cigarette smoke, next generation tobacco and nicotine products on the cytotoxic, oxidative and pro-inflammatory status of THP-1 cells
13 Brunssen/


Hypoxia upregulates NADPH oxidase 4-mediated hydrogen peroxide release by a HIF-independent mechanism in human endothelial cells
14 Dayang NF-kB and MAPK p38 regulation of LPS-mediated adhesion molecule expression in endothelial cells – heterogenic responses entering the stage.
15 Dekker Microcirculatory perfusion disturbances following cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass are associated with in vitro endothelial hyperpermeability and increased angiopoietin-2 levels
16 Demandt Hematopoietic PHD3 deficiency increases atherosclerotic plaque size in mice
17 Denis/Kwak KLF4-induced connexin40 expression contributes to arterial endothelial quiescence
18 Dolleman The role of coagulation factors and platelets on microvascular integrity in atrial fibrillation: impact of NOACs
19 Driessen/Stassen Jagged1-specific shear stress  response for Notch signaling in endothelial cells
20 Fleig Endothelial Notch signaling regulates renal and systemic inflammation
21 Fontaine Barcoding in obese: who’s at increased risk for the development of cardiovascular disease?
22 Forghany/Baker Functional Analyses of a Human Vascular Tumor FOS Variant Identify a Novel Degradation Mechanism and a link to Tumorigenesis
23 Forghany Control of endothelial cell tube formation by Notch ligand intracellular domain interactions with activator protein 1 (AP-1)
24 Gdula Effect of selected purinoceptors agonists and antagonists on endothelial function in a simple or dual treatment approach
25 Germano Definition of the core vertebrate Blood Brain Barrier transcriptome by comparing zebrafish and mouse
26 Geudens Arterio-venous remodeling in the zebrafish trunk, a story of fate and force
27 Hahner Nox4  promotes the differentiation of endothelial cells out of iPSCs via epigenetic modification
28 Hermkens The protective function of intracranial endothelial cells in vascular cognitive impairment
29 Hoogendijk Delineating endothelial cell responses in the context of the complex microenvironment by mass spectrometry
30 Hulshoff Aortic stiffness in diabetes is contributed by endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition
31 Immler Prelmplantation factor: An embryo-derived peptide down regulates neutrophil recruitment in vivo
32 Juni Cardiac microvascular endothelial cells improve cardiomyocyte contractile function: The role of pro-inflammatory stimulation and Empagliflozin treatment
33 Kaaij The link between angiogenesis and osteogenesis in spondyloarthritis
34 Karampini The role of longin-domain containing SNARE proteins in the formation and maturation of Weibel-Palade bodies.
35 Kassmann Role of Ryanodine Type 2 Receptors in Elementary Ca 2+ Signaling in Arteries and Vascular Adaptive Responses
36 Kat The Role of Rab-GTPases in Weibel-Palade Body Exocytosis and Angiogenesis
37 Klett Cardioprotective effect of miR-92a inhibition in wildtype and diabetic pigs of hibernating myocardium
38 Jäger/Korff Transition of vascular smooth muscle cell assembly from 2D to 3D triggers TGF-beta signaling and cellular quiescence
39 Kovacevic The Cullin3-Rbxl-KCTD1O complex controls endothelial barrier function via K63-ubiquitination of RhoB
40 Kremer The role of long noncoding RNA Meg8 in endothelial cell function
41 Kucharewska/Jeucken NIK-IKK complex controls NF-KB-dependent inflammatory activation of the endothelium in response to LTPR ligation
42 Kutikhin Calcium phosphate bions: a novel specific trigger of endothelial injury
43 Li/Kamps Endothelium-targeted delivery of dexamethasone by anti-VCAM-1 SAINT-O-Somes in mouse endotoxemia
44 Louzao-Martinez CMTM4 regulates angiogenesis by promoting cell surface recycling of VE-cadherin to endothelial adherens junctions
45 Lozano-Vidal PNUTS: An RNA-binding protein shaping the balance of endothelial aging and homeostasis
46 Lynskey Characterization of SAl 2692 Mutants as a Model of Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy
47 Malacarne Cytochrome P450 reductase is important for endothelial function
48 Malinova Asymmetric Endothelial Adherens Junctions for Angiogenesis
49 Manz Pulmonary arterial endothelial cells from chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension patients show enhanced primary hemostasis
50 Martin How to build a polarized endothelial cell: non-centrosomal microtubules and not the centrosome control endothelial cell polarity and sprouting angiogenesis
51 Meyn Involvement of DUBs in endothelial barrier function
52 Mittmann The NLRP3 inflammasome controls neutrophil trafficking to malignant tumors
53 Monteiro Loss of the long non-coding RNA MIR503HG promotes endothelial-tomesenchymal transition during vascular remodelling
54 Nicholson Vessels and astrocytes modulate dendritogenesis and hippocampal circuitry during development
55 Oo Modulation of endothelial chromatin remodelling complexes by long noncoding RNAs
56 Padovan The glycocalyx controls vascular thrombogenicity
57 Parma Small molecule mediated inhibition of bFGF reduces in vivo angiogenesis and is a promising candidate to block intraplaque angiogenesis in atherosclerosis
58 Pawelke PEMF Therapy: Therapeutic effects in leg lymphedema Stage two
59 Pham Endothelial cell function is controlled by the age and shear stress regulated long non-coding RNA Aerrie
60 Pronk/Majolée FBXW7 regulates endothelial barrier function by suppression of the cholesterol pathway and prenylation of RhoB
61 Quinonez Elucidating the functional role of Hif during brain development
62 Rahman Sphingolipids improve vascular barrier function and systemic blood pressure by reducing pericyte loss during LPS-mediated inflammation
63 Rohwedder Src-Family Kinases promote neutrophil extravasation by regulating vesicle trafficking
64 Sanchez-Duffhues Identification of Novel Macrocyclic ALK2 Inhibitors For Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva Using Patient-Derived Endothelial Colony Forming Cells
65 Sanders The L1NC00961 locus regulates anqiogenesis in human and mouse endothelium
66 Schmidt/de Wit Preserved Cardiovascular Homeostasis Despite Blunted Acetylcholine-induced Dilation in Mice with Endothelial Muscarinic M3 Receptor Deletion
67 Schnitzler Targeting lipoprotein(a)-induced endothelial cell metabolic reprogramming reverses inflammation and leukocyte migration
68 Segarra/Cop Endothelial Dabi Signaling Orchestrates Neuro-glia-vessel Communication in the CNS
69 Sevinc/Aslam Effects of interferon gamma on endothelial barrier function are modulated by priming for the classical signaling pathway
70 Sprott Endothelial-specific Deletion of Autophaqy Protein 5 attenuates ischemia-related Angiogenesis
71 Stanicek The shear stress-induced long non-coding RNA LASSIE as a regulator of endothelial cell junctions
72 Steffen/Pruenster Uromodulin as a modulator of inflammation
73 Szulcek BMP9 phenotypically alters the lung microvascular endothelium in pulmonary arterial hypertension
74 Vacante Characterization of the LncRNA miR143HG in the pathophysiology of atherosclerosis
75 Vaidya Regulation of ABCAI-mediated cholesterol efflux by sphingosine-1-phosphate signalling in macrophages
76 van Broekhoven Lipopolysaccharide-induced systemic inflammation induces aortic valve thickening in ApoE3*Leiden mice in time.
77 Van de Wouw Alterations in Myocardial Oxygen Balance in Exercising Swine with Multiple Comorbidities
78 Van der Wijk Extravasation of microspheres in a rat model of silent brain infarcts
79 Van Dijk A novel microfluidic model of endothelial interaction with supporting pericytes, and extracellular matrix (ECM), in a 3D vessel structure
80 Van Kuijk SMC- and pericyte-independent effect of PDGFB lacking its retention motif: leukocytosis, macrophage apoptosis and MMP activity promoted murine atherosclerotic plaque  size and fibrosis
81 Van Leeuwen Aprotinin restores microcirculatory perfusion in cremaster, but did not affect renal perfusion after cardiopulmonary bypass in rats
82 Van Rijssel The GEF Trio reinforces vascular endothelial barrier integrity
83 Vreeken Expression and Function of Ephrin Receptor B2 in Human Atherosclerosis: an Ligand Independent Guidance Cue.
84 Wang Loss of endothelial glycocalyx hyaluronan impairs microvascular perfusion and induces excessive angiogenesis after femoral artery ligation
85 Yetkin-Arik Differential role of metabolic pathways in the formation and functioning of tip cells during angiogenesis
86 Zhang/Petry Stabilization of p22phox by hypoxia promotes pulmonary hypertension
87 Zhang/Van Gils Loss of netrin-4 results in endothelial cell senescence
88 Ziogas DHEA: Del-I axis is an immune-endocrine homeostatic pathway of leukocyte recruitment
89 Llaó Cid/Peguera Carré  A novel role of FLRT2 in the neurovascular interface
90 Gomez Puerto  The importance of autophagy in BMPRII degradation and its role in pulmonary arterial hypertension
91 Joly  Vascular regeneration in the optic tectum of the zebrafish
92 Kirchmaier  Dynamics of neurovascular interaction in the zebrafish embryo
93 Steinemann Smyd1, a histone methyltransferase, interacts with PML nuclear bodies in endothelial cells
94 Hiden Gestational diabetes alters microRNA signatures in human feto-placental endothelial cells depending on fetal sex
95 Strutz  Gestational diabetes affects MIR-222-3P regulation of proliferation and sprouting in  feto-placental endothelial cells