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PROGRAMi

Friday morning, 31st May




8.00-10.00

10th anniversary ceremony of KLEPT

An event prior to the conference. Delegates are welcome to join, however the language is Vietnamese.

10.00-10.30

Registration and Poster preparation

10.30-10.40

Reception and introduction of key-note and invited speakers

Key note talk Chair: Prof. Simon Cutting

10.40-11.30

I1 Prof. Seppo Salminen

Director of Functional Foods Forum,

University of Turku, Finland


Intestinal microbiota development in infants and the role of probiotics in infant health

Sponsored by ANABIO R&D

Session 1

Probiotics for humans

Chairs: Prof. Seppo Salminen & Assoc. Prof. Phan Tuan Nghia

11.30-12.05

I2 Prof. Lee Yan Kun

Dep. of Microbiology

Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

National University of Singapore, Singapore



Basal intestinal microbiota profile of healthy Asian and probiotic effects

Sponsored by NG BIOTECH

12.05-

Opening lunch-party & exhibitions

At the lobby of Nguy Nhu Kon Tum Hall

Friday afternoon, 31st May

Session 1

Probiotics for humans (continued)

13.30-13.55

O1 Assoc. Prof. Widodo Hadisaputro

Research Centre for Biotechnology

Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia


Human-origin lactic acid bacteria strains isolated from feces of Indonesian infants demonstrating potential characteristics as probiotics in-vitro

13.55-14.20

O2 Prof. Sin-Hyeog Im

National Leading Research Laboratory (NLRL)

School of Life Sciences, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Republic of Korea


Modulation of neuronal autoimmune disorders with probiotics


14.25-15.00

I3 Assoc. Prof. Le Bach Mai

Vietnam National Institute of Nutrition, Vietnam



Probiotic used in improving the nutritional status of Vietnamese children

15.00-15.20

Coffee break

At the lobby of Nguy Nhu Kon Tum Hall

15.20-16.20

Poster session




16.20-16.45

O3 Assoc. Prof. Mrinal Kanti Bhattacharya

Department of Botany and Biotechnology

Karimganj College, India


Role of Lactobacilli isolated from human vagina as probiotic organisms


16.45-17.20

I4 Prof. Ezio Ricca

Dept. Structural & Functional Biology


Federico II University, Italy

Spores and cells of Bacillus as human probiotics

Sponsored by BCE Vietnam and Roche Diagnostics Vietnam

Saturday morning, 1stJune

Session 2

Probiotics for animal husbandary and aquaculture

Chairs: Prof. Antonio Focareta & Assoc. Prof. Duong Van Hop

8.30-9.05

I5 Prof. Jürgen Zentek

Institute of Animal Nutrition, Berlin, Germany

Probiotics, how do they work in pigs?

Sponsored by ANABIO R&D and GE Healthcare

9.05-9.30

O4 Dr. Tan Tjie Jan

Biology Department Universitas Pelita Harapan

Indonesia


Isolation and characterization of potential probiotic Weissella confuse from pig intestines

9.30-9.55

O5 Dr. Bundit Fungsin

Bioscience Department, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research, Thailand



Study on potential probiotic bacteria isolated from pig feces and their performance in weaned pig.

9.55-10.20

O6 Dr. Dang Xuan Nghiem

Faculty of Biotechnology,

Hanoi University of Agriculture

Vietnam


Simple in vitro and in vivo tests for the identification of probiotic candidate strains for husbandry

10.20-10.40

Coffee break

At the lobby of the Nguy Nhu Kon Tum Hall

10.40-11.15

I6 Prof. Simon Cutting

School of Biological Sciences

Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom



Mechanisms for Probiosis Based on the Use of Bacillus Spores

Sponsored by ANABIO R&D

10.15-11.40

O7 B.Sc. Ellen Tanudjaja

Biology Department

Universitas Pelita Harapan,

Indonesia



Isolation of probiotic potential Bacillus amyloliquefaciens from chicken crop


11.40-12.05

O8 Dr. Phan Due Thanh

Faculty of Biology, Hanoi National University of Education, Vietnam



Study on several culture parameters for biomass of intestinal bacterial combination applying as probiotics in aquaculture

12.05-

Lunch and Exhibitions

At the lobby of the Nguy Nhu Kon Tum Hall

Saturday afternoon, 1stJune

Session 3

Other Applications of Probiotics

Chairs: Prof. Simon Cutting and Assoc.Prof. Le Bach Mai

13.30-14.05

I7 Assoc. Prof. Phan Tuan Nghia

Key Laboratory of Enzyme and Protein Technology

VNU University of Science, Vietnam


Genetically engineered Bacillus spores expressing VP28 as vaccine-probiotics against White Spot Syndrome Virus in shrimps

14.05-14.30

O9 Prof. Jae-Gu Pan

Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy Research Center, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB), Republic of Korea




Enzymes displayed on Bacillus spores: From stabilization to high-throughput screening


14.30-15.05

 I8 Assoc. Prof. Duong Van Hop

VNU Institute of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Vietnam



Charaterization of some potential probiotic microbes isolated from Vietnamese fermented food

15.05-15.30

O10 Mr. Devastotra Poddar

Riddet Institute, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand



Characterization of manganese and co-associated elements in probiotic bacteria and their encapsulates by synchrotron X-ray fluorescence microspectroscopy

15.30-15.50

Coffee break




15.50-16.25

I9 Assoc. Prof. Tran Cat Dong

School of Pharmacy

University of Medicine & Pharmacy, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Microorganisms as new sources of antioxidants

Sponsored by DOMESCO

16.25-16.50

O11 Dr. Premsuda Saman

Bioscience Department, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research, Thailand



Evaluation of prebiotic properties of fungal fermented product and agricultural product


16.50-17.15

O12 Dr. Nguyen La Anh

Food Industries Research Institute, Hanoi, Vietnam



The probiotic bacterium Lactobacilus casei PK2 and its intracellular X-prolyl dipeptidyl aminopeptidase activity against some exorphins substrates

17.15-17.50

I10 Prof. Antonio Focareta

School of Molecular and Biomedical Science
University of Adelaide, Australia

Receptor mimicry probiotics as therapeutic agents

Sponsored by NG BIOTECH

17.50

Closing statements and announcement of “Best Young Speaker” and poster awards




18.15

Banquet

At Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel

Note: Sunday 2ndJune: 8.00 a.m - 8.00 p.m Excursion to Halong Bay

iiPresentation time for key note speaker is 40 minutes and invited speaker is 25 minutes. Time for questions and answers of each presentation is additional 10 minutes.

Presentation for delegate is 20 minutes. Time for questions and answers of each delegate’s presentation is additional 5 minutes.





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