Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Cambridge, UK Organizer: Darren Logan PLENARY LECTURES PL1: Gastrophysics: On the art and science of pairing and sequencing flavours Charles Spence Plenary 2: Genetics of appetitive behaviour: Can old dogs teach us new tricks? Giles Yeo Plenary 3: Olfactory evolution in drosophilids: from receptors to behaviours Richard Benton Plenary 4: Nutritional and Flavor Programming Julie Mennella Plenary 5: Mechanisms of Adaptive Behavior across Moments and Millennia Vanessa Ruta Plenary 6: The complex basis of bitterness perception Wolfgang Meyerhof SYMPOSIUM 1: SMELL, TASTE AND APPETITE IN NON-MODEL ORGANISMS S1- Learning obesity biology from man’s best friend. Eleanor Raffan S2- Bitterness and Breeding: Bitter taste receptors in the domestic dog (Canis familiaris) Matthew Gibbs S3- Functional characterization of the ligand binding domain of the cat T1R1 taste receptor Loic Briand S4- Dynamic evolution of olfactory receptor genes in mammals: Interaction between genomes and environments Yoshihito Niimura S5- Avian colour biases: an alternative method for assessing taste detection thresholds Hannah Rowland SYMPOSIUM 2: THE INTERFACES OF THE SENSES NUTRITION AND METABOLISM S6- Interplay between appetite-stimulating and appetite-suppressing brain systems Matthew Carter S7- The interface between metabolic state and hypothalamic glucose sensing. Vanessa Routh Vanessa Routh S8- The effects of gastrointestinal protein sensing on gut hormone release and satiety Kevin Murphy S9- Reprogramming of Feeding Behavior by Diet Monica Dus S10- Comparative transcriptomics pinpoints evolutionary driving forces of mammalian olfaction Luis Saraiva S11- Neuronal gluconeogenesis regulates systemic glucose homeostasis Hubert Amrein SYMPOSIUM 3: OXYGEN SENSING S12- Acute Oxygen Sensing by Arterial Chemoreceptors José Lopez Barneo S13- Oxygen sensing by the mouse main olfactory epithelium Frank Zufall S14- Deconstructing a switch in global animal state Mario de Bono SYMPOSIUM 4: PLACING THE PATIENT PERSPECTIVE AT THE HEART OF CHEMOSENSORY RESEARCH S15- The patient perspective: the importance of engaging with clinicians and scientists Tom Laughton S16- The clinical perspective: the diagnosis and treatment of clinical disorders. Carl Philpott S17- A role for chemosensory scientists in patient outreach, engagement and education. Steven Munger S18- Gene Therapeutic Strategies for Congenital Anosmias: Peripheral and Central Restoration Cedric Uytingco SYMPOSIUM 5: OLFACTION IN EARLY DEVELOPMENT S19- Responses of human neonates to odorants occurring in body secretions. Helene Loos S20- Behavioural responsiveness to single odorants and mixtures of odorants in the newborn rabbit. Gerard Coureaud S21- Parent-offspring recognition in a songbird: How important is olfaction? Barbara Caspers S22- Zebrafish kin recognition is mediated via a newly described teleostean accessory olfactory system. Mario F. Wullimann S23- Ontogeny of nestmate recognition in Polistes paper wasps Allesandro Cini SYMPOSIUM 6: CHEMICAL SPACE OF CHEMOSENSORY COMPOUNDS S24- The bitter chemical space: properties, predictors and relation to toxicity Masha Niv S25- Predicting Perception from Molecular Structure: From Molecules to Mixtures Joel Mainland S26- Data mining in odorant space: The quest for better chemical feature descriptors Michael Schmuker S27- Systematic structure-odour-activity relationship exploration - towards characterising inter-individual differences in odour perception Andrea Büttner SYMPOSIUM 7: ODOR ENCODING IN THE BRAIN S28- Interhemispheric connections between olfactory bulbs improve odor detection Emre Yaksi S29- Perception and encoding of temporally patterned odor stimuli in the mouse olfactory bulb Debanjan Dasgupta SYMPOSIUM 8: LOST IN TRANSDUCTION: OLFACTORY SIGNALLING ACROSS PHYLA S30- Asymmetric ephaptic neuronal interaction in an olfactory circuit Chih-Ying Su S31- Olfactory network formation and function in the amphibian Xenopus laevis Ivan Manzini S32- Signaling Mechanisms in the Mouse Accessory Olfactory System Marc Spehr S33- Mammalian olfactory signal transduction: an update Michele DiBattista SYMPOSIUM 9: ACTIVE SAMPLING AND ENCODING OF DYNAMIC ODOR CUES S34- Abstract withdrawn as presenter did not attend S35- Active sampling and encoding of aquatic odors by motile-cilia mediated flow in the nose Nathalie Jurisch-Yaksi S36- Adaptive active sampling behaviour underlies dynamic contextual modulation in the olfactory bulb Rebecca Jordan S37- Temporal precision in insect olfaction Paul Szyszka STUDENT & YOUNG SCIENTIST SYMPOSIUM Y1- The Receptor Repertoires Behind Varying Odorant Concentrations Xiaoyang Serene Hu Y2- Connectomic analysis of third order olfactory neurons in Drosophila Alexander Bates Y3- Autonomic response in newborns to relatively strong and mild trigeminal odorants Anna Kernerová Y4- Insulin-dependent maturation of newly generated olfactory sensory neurons after injury Akihito Kuboki Y5- Dynamics in insect olfactory receptors lead to qualitatively different responses to odour mixtures Ho Ka Chan Y6- The chemical basis of individual recognition in the domestic cat (Felis silvestris catus) Minoru Maita Y7- Investigating the Mechanisms of Singularity of Odorant Receptor Gene Choice Raena Mina Y9- Ligand binding modes from low-resolution GPCR models and mutagenesis: chicken bitter taste receptor as a test-case Antonella Di Pizio POSTER PRESENTATIONS P1- MITF controls olfactory response through regulation of activity dependent mechanisms Diahann Atacho, Hallur Reynisson, Thor Eysteinsson, Eirikur Steingrimsson, Petur Henry Petersen P2- Brain networks activated during sweet taste processing in children: an fMRI study Nadia Augusto, Daniel Gounot, Camille Divert, Ewa Pluciennicka, Sophie Nicklaus, Luc Marlier P3Systemic Brain Activity May Represent Processes of Odor Quality Jisub Bae, Won-Seok Kang, Cheil Moon P4- The non-caloric sweeteners cyclamate and saccharin exhibit mutual suppression of bitter taste receptors responsible for their bitter off-taste Maik Behrens, Kristina Blank, Wolfgang Meyerhof P5- Expression and biophysical characterization of the human umami taste receptor Christine Belloir, Ségolène Hlasny, Fabrice Neiers, Loïc Briand P6- National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic The effect of olfactory stimulation on affective valence of dreams and affective state upon waking: preliminary results of a pilot study Jitka Bušková, Lenka Nováková, Eva Miletínová, Anna Kernerová, Monika Lišková, Denisa Manková P7- Characterisation of the Ligand Binding Pockets of Odorant Binding Proteins for Biosensor Development Khasim Cali, Krishna Persaud P8- Odour receptor 37 ligands modulates activation of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus in anxiety-like contexts but with no effect on behaviour. Jennifer Davies, Olivia Palacci, Daryl Purawijaya, Emma Robinson, Mike Mendl, Stafford Lightman, Peter Brennan P9- Evolution of olfaction: What did the modern human lose? Claire de March, Brian Rhee, Hiroaki Matsunami, Veronica Pereda-Loth, Denis Pierron P10- Investigation of a new chemosensory method using three taste inhibitors in domestic cats: examples of bitter, umami and kokumi taste perception Aurelie DE RATULD, Wiktoria Stawowska, Loic Briand, Fabrice Neiers P11- Cisplatin chemotherapy decreases hedonic perception of sweet taste in bronchial cancer patients Kenza Drareni, Moustafa Bensafi, Agnès Giboreau P12- A model of stochastic computation in neurons describes and quantifies the emergent psychophysical phenomena of taste, odour and flavor Andrew Eddy P13- Minute impurities contribute significantly to olfactory receptor ligand studies: tales from testing the vibration theory C Giovanni Galizia, Marco Paoli, Daniel Münch, Albrecht Haase, Efthimios Skoulakis, Luca Turin P14- The (Mis)Measurement of Sniffing in Olfaction-fMRI Lior Gorodisky, Tali Weiss, Noam Sobel P15- Discrimination of dog palatant solutions using human olfactory receptors platform Marion Guilloux, Emilie Leclerc, Laurence Callejon, Francis Galibert, Isabelle Guiller, Magali Philippeau, Yannick Quesnel P16- Impaired olfactory brain response to odors in patients with traumatic brain injury Pengfei Han, Nicole Winkler, Cornelia Cornelia Hummel, Antje Hähner, Johannes Gerber, Thomas Hummel P17- Somatosensory Response to Trigeminal Stimulation: A Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Study Christine Hucke, Marlene Pacharra, Christoph van Thriel P18- Human Olfactory Receptors: A journey from cell engineering for efficient in vitro functional assays to effective antagonists in human sensory assay Sandra Huysseune, Magali Philippeau, Cédric Moreau, Alex Veithen, Pierre Chatelain, Yannick Quesnel P19- Bitter taste receptor agonists mediate contraction and relaxation in murine gallbladder smooth muscle Maryam Keshavarz, Maryam Keshavarz, Mirjam Meiners, Shuya Liu, Petra Hartmann, Nor Julia Bakir, Alexander Perniss, Klaus Deckmann, Stefan Offermanns, Wolfgang Kummer P20- The study of odor adaptation in human brain revealed by olfactory event-related potential Kwangsu Kim, Jisub Bae, Cheil Moon P21- Axillary Extracts Affect the Length of Menstrual Cycle in Reproductive Age Women and Pre-Menopausal Women Tatiana Laktionova, Vera Voznessenskaya P22- Cross-fostering of Mus musculus and M. spicilegus: Effects on the olfactory sexual preference and neuronal activity to species-specific odors Elena Kotenkova, Alexei Maltsev, Alexander Ambaryan, Evgenyi Fedosov, Alexander Romachenko P23- Evaluation of various cell-based assays for olfactory receptors Christina Kuhn, Matthew Gibbs, Scott McGrane, Marcel Winnig P24- Co-expression of taste receptors and CaSR in mouse taste cells Seiji Kitajima, Yutaka Maruyama, Kristina Lossow, Maik Behrens, Yutaka Ishiwatari, Wolfgang Meyerhof P25- Vasopressinergic actions in the olfactory bulb: insights in form and function Michael Lukas, Hajime Suyama, Veronica Egger P26- A flavor modifier, γ-glutamyl-valyl-glycine, has enhancement effect on the response of trigeminal neuronal cells Yutaka Maruyama, Tasuku Akiyama, Seiji Kitajima1, Earl Carstens P27- A mercaptan emitted from excretions of domestic cats alerts other animals to their presences Masao Miyazaki, Tetsuro Yamashita P28- Olfactory impairment and cognitive disabilities in a subject with Parkinson’s disease: a case report Carla Masala, Anna Liscia, Francesco Marrosu, Raffaella Piras, Francesco Loy, Antonino Cannas, Giulia Coni, Rita Farris, Roberto Pau, Gianni Orofino, Mario Meloni, Daniela Ciaccio, Paolo Solla P29- Chemosensory stress signals reduce trust in women Lukas Meister, Dunja Storch, Bettina Pause P30- Correlation between olfactory performance and cognitive ability in relation to age in a wide age range of healthy Italian subjects Carla Masala, Anna Liscia, Luca Saba, Maria Paola Cecchini, Paolo Solla, Francesco Loy P31- Parallel pathways of oscillatory entrainment in mitral cells in the murine accessory olfactory bulb Julia Mohrhardt, Chryssanthi Tsitoura, Marc Spehr P32- Different Responses of Fragrance depending on mild and severe Menopause symptoms in Women Sunae Moon, Jisub Ba, Kwang Su Kim, Si Young Cho, Gusang Kwon, Ran Lee, Seungho Ko, Soyeon Lim, Cheil Moon P33- A systematic comparison of semiochemical signaling in the accessory olfactory system of wild and lab strain mice Maximilian Nagel, Rohini Bansal, Pavel Stopka, Tali Kimchi, Yoram Ben-Shaul, Marc Spehr P34- Mental Whisking - respiratory phase shapes Human task performance and its neural underpinnings Ofer Perl, Ami Eisen, Tali Weiss, Timna Soroka, Lavi Secundo, Noam Sobel P35- OR37 ligand exposure reduces cFos expression in the pvn of the hypothalamus, following open field exposure, without affecting behavioural measures of anxiety Dandri Aly Purawijaya, Jennifer R Davies, Emma J Robinson, Mike Mendl, Stafford Lightman, Peter Brennan P36- The role of umami in the traditional Japanese diet and its potential contribution in other healthy dietary patterns around the world Ana San Gabriel, Hisayuki Uneyama, Kumiko Ninomiya P37- Chemosensory stress signals augment aggressive behavior in women Dunja Storch, Lukas Meister, Bettina M. Pause P38- Heterogeneity in the Drosophila gustatory receptor complexes that detect aversive compounds Hayeon Sung, Young Taek Jeong, Sooin Jang, Jae Young Kwon, Seok Jun Moon P39- Two-dimensional gas chromatography time-of-flight mass spectrometry-based temporal fingerprints of volatile compounds emitted from domestic cat urine Chiharu Suzuki, Minoru Maita, Tamako Miyazaki, Tetsuro Yamashita, Masao Miyazaki P40- Peppermint Ambient Odor Affects Task Performance and Cortisol Secretion in Secondary School Children Vera Voznesenskaya, Maria Klyuchnikova, Tatiana Laktionova, Ilya Kvasha, Olga Laktionova, Elena Rodionova P41- Analyses of taste information pathways for fatty acids by neural and behavioral response measurements in mice. Keiko Yasumatsu, Shusuke Iwata, Mayuko Inoue, Yuzo Ninomiya P42- The change of social interaction responses depending on oxytocin in the menopausal women Juyeon Yi, Sunae Moon, Jisub Bae, Kwangsu Kim, Si Young Cho, Gusang Kwon, Ran Lee, Seungho Ko, Soyeon Lim, Cheil Moon P43- Spontaneous rapid odor source localization behavior requires interhemispheric communication J Esquivelzeta-Rabell, K Mutlu, J Noutel, P Martin del Olmo, and S Haesler P44- Chemosensitivity of cholinergic urethral brush cells beyond bitter and umami perception Chrissy Kandel, Amir Rafiq, Mike Althaus, Tamara Papadakis, Martin Bodenbenner-Türich, Wolfgang Kummer, Klaus Deckmann P45- Bacterial Signal Peptide Increases Mucociliary Clearance in Explanted Mouse Trachea by Stimulating Chemosensory Cells and Paracrine Cholinergic Signaling Alexander Perniss, Bernd Bufe, Gabriela Krasteva-Christ, Frank Zufall, Wolfgang Kummer P46- High level of spatial working memory facilitates the performance in odour memory test - a pilot study Agnieszka Sabiniewicz, Michał Stefańczyk P47- Prolonged Monosodium Glutamate supplementation does not alter chemosensory performance in old mice Valeria Balmaceda Valdez, Paola Brun, Ignazio Castagliuolo, Carla Mucignat-Caretta © The Author(s) 2018. 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