Meeting Agenda

The International Conference on Polyphenols will take place at Memorial Union on the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus.

 

*Tentative Agenda – Details Subject to Change*

Monday, July 16, 2018

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Registration Annex
8:30 AM – 8:50 AM Opening Ceremony Great Hall
8:50 AM – 9:05 AM Ragai Ibrahim Tribute Lecture

Denis Barron

Great Hall
9:05 AM – 9:55 AM Opening Lecture

Navindra Seeram, USA

Great Hall

 

Session Topic 1

9:55 AM

Chemical and Physical-Chemistry

Session Chairs: Stéphane Quideau & Maria-Teresa Escribano & Kristiina Wahala

Great Hall
9:55 AM Plenary: Total Synthesis of Complex Natural Flavonoids and Isoflavonoids Keisuke Suzuki

 

10:40 AM Theoretical Study of the inhibition of p90 Ribosomal S6 Kinase by Flavonoid Compounds Serge Antonczak

 

10:55 AM Extending the blue color stabilization of anthocyanin derivatives Luis Cruz

 

11:10 AM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
11:40 AM Red cabbage anthocyanins: water addition, acid – base equilibria and chemical stability in acidic to mildly alkaline conditions Olivier Dangles

 

11:55 AM Using density functional theory (DFT) to understand the loss of red color intensity of anthocyanin esters obtained by chemical lipophilization of Delphinidin 3-O-Sambubioside Ana Selene Marquez

 

12:10 PM Advances on iron gall inks: revealing the complex polyphenol systems used to write the medieval book Maria J. Melo

 

12:25 PM – 2:00 PM Lunch Tripp Commons
Session Topic 1 Cont’d

2:00 PM

Chemical and Physical-Chemistry

Session Chairs: Stéphane Quideau & Maria-Teresa Escribano & Kristiina Wahala

Great Hall
2:00 PM Lignin and lignin-derivatives as a tool to stabilize/modulate the colour of anthocyanins and anthocyanin-derived pigments in aqueous systems Joana Oliveira

 

2:15 PM Towards Molecular Machines Based on Polyphenols A. Jorge Parola

 

2:30 PM Polyphenols interaction with salivary proteins and with bitter taste receptors Susana Soares

 

2:45 PM Polyphenols in White and Red Poinsettia Bracts Carmen Stefanini

 

3:00 PM Membrane Crossing by Polyphenols Patrick Trouillas

 

3:15 PM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
3:45 PM Physico-Chemical Characterization of Red Wine Astringency Aude Watrelot

 

4:00 PM Non-Enzymatic Oxidation of a Pentagalloylglucose Analogue into Members of the Ellagitannin Family Hidetoshi Yamada

 

4:15 PM Plenary: Achieving Complexity at the Bottom through the Flavylium Cation Based Multistate Fernando Pina

 

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Poster Session Reception Main Lounge

 

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Registration Annex
Session Topic 2

9:00 AM

Biosynthesis, Genetics and Metabolic Engineering

Session Chair: Heidi Halbwirth & Kathy Schwinn

Great Hall
9:00 AM Plenary: Dissecting the Diversification of Plant Polyphenols David Gang

 

9:45 AM A Metabolic Bottleneck in the Phenylpropanoid Pathway Mediates Phloridzin Accumulation in Apple (Malus × domestica) Andrew Dare

 

10:00 AM Purification and initial characterization of a dehydrogenase from apple (Malus × domestica) that is involved in phloridzin biosynthesis Heidi Halbwirth

 

10:15 AM Reinvestigating Substrate Specificty of Dihydroflavonol 4-Reductase of Petunia × Hybrida Daria Nitarska

 

10:30 AM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
11:00 AM ‘Designing’ Biomass Lignins for the Biorefinery John Ralph

 

11:15 AM A Candidate Gene of Chalcone Reductase in Butein Biosynthesis in Dahlia Haruka Yamada

 

11:30 AM Plenary: Complex Regulation of Proanthocyanidin Synthesis in Poplar by R2R3 MYB Activator and Repressor Transcription Factors C. Peter Constabel

 

12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch Tripp Commons
1:30 PM GP Award Great Hall
1:35 Award Talk: Evolution of the flavonoid pathway for plant interaction with the abiotic and biotic environment Kevin Davies
Session Topic 3

2:30 PM

Tannin Conference

Session Chairs: Ann Hagerman, Juha-Pekka Salminen, Irene Mueller-Harvey & Maite Teresa Escribano

Great Hall
2:30 PM Tannin Award
2:35 PM Tannin Award Talk: A Little Bit of Glucose and a Lot of Gallic Acid, the Main Ingredients for the Total Synthesis of the Ellagitannin Vescalin and the Gallotannin Tannic Acid Stéphane Quideau

 

3:30 PM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
4:00 PM Are Polysaccharides Important to Modulate Protein/Tannin Interactions? Elsa Brandão

 

4:15 PM Depolymerized Condensed Tannins as Biobased Aromatic Building Blocks Helene Fulcrand

 

4:30 PM Direct and Sequential Analysis of Condensed Tannins by an Optimized HCl-Butanol-Acetone-Iron Assay John Grabber

 

4:45 PM Effects of Copper (II) on Epigallocatechin Gallate-Serum Albumin Interactions Ann Hagerman

 

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Poster Session Reception Main Lounge

 

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Registration Annex
Session Topic 3 Cont’d

9:00 AM

Tannin Conference

Session Chairs: Ann Hagerman, Juha-Pekka Salminen, Irene Mueller-Harvey & Maite Teresa Escribano

Great Hall
9:00  AM Plenary: Application-Specifc Analytical Chemistry: Matching Proanthocyanidin Use with Appropriate Analytical Method James Kennedy

 

9:45 AM Reversible Self-Aggregation of Oxidized Tannins in Model Solutions Ivana Horvat

 

10:00 AM Conformation and Aggregation of Human Serum Albumin in the Presence of EGCg and Palmitic Acid Xiaowei Sun

 

10:15 AM Anthelmintic Proanthocyanidin Oligomers and Polymers and their Modification by Oxidation in Alkaline Conditions Iqbal Bin Imran

 

10:30 AM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
11:00 AM Synthesis of Crown Procyanidins Tetramer Alicia Jouin

 

11:15 AM How to Produce Chemically Well-Defined Semipreparative Proanthocyanidin Fractions from Complex Mixtures of Oligomers and Polymers? Milla Leppä

 

11:30 AM Cranberry Proanthocyanidin-Chitosan Composite Nanoparticles as Potential Nanoantibiotics Against Extra-Intestinal Pathogenic Escherichia Coli Emilia Alfaro-Viquez

 

11:45 AM Stereoselectivity in Oxidative Dimerization of Catechins during Tea-fermentation Yosuke Matsuo

 

12:00 PM “Tannins” in Chemistry and Applied Sciences: We Need a Change in the Use of Definitions and Detection Techniques Juha-Pekka Salminen

 

12:15 PM Impact on Color Copigmentation of Malvidin-3-O-Monoglucoside Solutions by Supplementation with Oenological Tannins Adeline Vignault

 

12:30 PM Elucidating Composition and Structure of Purified Condensed Tannins: Corroboration of Wet Chemistry and Spectroscopic Data Wayne Zeller

 

12:45 PM – 2:00 PM Lunch Tripp Commons
Session Topic 4

2:00 PM

Human and Animal Nutrition and Health

Session Chair: Amy Howell

Great Hall Hall
2:00 PM Plenary: The Ups and Downs of Analyzing Bioactive Proanthocyanidins Irene Mueller-Harvey

 

2:45 PM Molecular Insights on the Interaction and Preventive Potential of Dietary Polyphenols in Celiac Disease Ricardo Dias

 

3:00 PM Impact Of Raspberry Consumption On Cognition And Cerebral Microvascular Architecture Chris Gill

 

3:15 PM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
3:30 PM Bread Fortification with Flavonoid-Rich Legume Microgreens and Leaves Rebecca Klopsch

 

3:45 PM Cranberry Proanthocyanidins Mitigate Reflux-Induced Transporter Dysregulation in Esophageal Adenocarcinoma Katherine Weh

 

4:00 PM Fisetin and its Derivatives for the Treatment of Age-Associated Neurodegenerative Diseases Pamela Maher

 

4:15 PM Unveiling the Molecular Mechanism of Acylated Anthocyanins Gastrointestinal Absorption Hélder Oliveira

 

4:30 PM Phenolipids Based on Protocatechuic Acid Alkyl Esters Trigger Disruption of Mitochondrial Membrane Potential and Caspase Activation in Macrophages David Pereira

 

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Poster Session Reception Main Lounge

 

Thursday, July 19, 2018

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Registration Annex
Session Topic 4 Cont’d

9:00 AM

Human and Animal Nutrition and Health

Session Chair: Amy Howell

Great Hall
9:00 AM Plenary: Answering the Call of the Wild: Polyphenols in Traditional Therapeutic Practice Mary Ann Lila

 

9:45 AM Food Tannins as Modulators in Transepithelial Passage of Celiac Disease-Related Peptides Maria Rosa Perez-Gregorio

 

10:00 AM Resveratrol Attenuates the Need for Increased Oxygen and Prevents Cognitive Deficits during Hypoxia in Young, Healthy Humans Emma Wrightman

 

10:15 AM Modulatory Effects of Polyphenols on Type-2 Immune Function Andrew Williams

 

10:30 AM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
Session Topic 5

11:00 AM

Roles in Plants and Ecosystems

Session Chair: Luc Bidel

Great Hall
11:00 AM Plenary: Imaging Approaches to Visualize Phenolic Compounds in Situ Marisa Otegui

 

11:45 AM Enzymatic Oxidation of Phenolic Compounds in Plants Depends Primarily on the Mono-, di- or trihydroxysubstitution of their Phenolic Moieties Jorma Kim

 

12:00 PM The Interlink of UV Transmittance and Flavonoids in Okra Driven by Diurnal Changes Susanne Neugart

 

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Lunch Tripp Commons
Session Topic 5 Cont’d

2:00 PM

Roles in Plants and Ecosystems

Session Chair: Luc Bidel

Great Hall
2:00 PM Substrate Specificity of Polyphenol Oxidases of Apple Shed New Light on their Physiological Role Barbara Roth

 

2:15 PM Plant Polyphenols and their Dynamics during Leaf Development under Nutrient Limitation: A Potential Nutrient Conservation Strategy for Mangrove Plant Haichao Zhou

 

2:30 PM Plenary: Variation in Proanthocyanidin Expression in Populus: A Molecules to Ecosystem Perspective Rick Lindroth

 

3:15 PM General Assembly Meeting Great Hall
6:30 PM Cocktails Tripp Deck
7:00 PM Closing Banquet Tripp Commons

 

Friday, July 20, 2018

8:00 AM – 2:00 PM Registration Annex
Session Topic 6

9:00 AM

Applied Polyphenolics

Session Chair: Kazuhiko Fukushima

Great Hall
9:00 AM Plenary: Advanced Analytic Methods for the Authentication, Standardization and Efficacy Evaluation of Natural Products Chris Krueger

 

9:45 AM Nanotechnology as a Useful Tool for Polyphenol Research and Development Sergio Madrigal-Carballo

 

10:00 AM Preparative Fractionation of 5’-O-Caffeoylquinic Acid Oxidation Products using Centrifugal Partition Chromatography and their Characterization by Mass Spectrometry Claudia Mariana Castillo Fraire

 

10:15 AM Towards Eco-Designed Phenolic Bioproducts without Hormonal Side Effects Helene Fulcrand

 

10:30 AM Coffee Break Great Hall Foyer
11:00 AM Does UV-Light Modify the Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Activity of the Bark Extracts? Jan-Erik Raitanen

 

11:15 AM Changes in the Flavonoid Pathway during the Last Four Weeks of Fruit Ripening in an Apple Cultivar Showing Bicolored Fruit Flesh Martina Kolarek

 

11:30 AM Evaluation of the Presence of Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Activity of Condensed Tannins Present in the Fruit Exocarp of Seven Varieties of Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum L.) Gerardo Rodríguez Rodríguez

 

11:45 AM Plenary: Lignin Monomers from the Flavonoid and Stilbene Biosynthetic Pathways José Carlos del Rio

 

12:30 PM Closing Remarks Great Hall