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Poster Session 1 (Environment/Biosciences)

Wednesday, September 5:  Environmental studies / Studies in the field of Biosciences

Posters are a very important tool for communicating results of research studies towards the audience of the workshop. During the first poster session posters related to environmental studies and the Bioscience sector are displayed. Poster authors should be present in front of their poster during the poster viewing time (15:40-16:40). Participants do have the opportunity to visit the poster hall during the whole day.

Poster  Abstract Titel Authors and affiliation of the presenter
PO 1.1 Evaluation of two strains of Portuguese marine cyanobacteria in natural seawater: Biological response and chemical speciation of the culture medium
A. Fachini, M. R. F. Martins, V. M. O. Vasconcelos and M. T. S. D. Vasconcelos (Interdisciplinary Centre for Marine and Environmental Research, CIIMAR, Porto, Portugal)
PO 1.2
Mending of contaminated seawaters using marine cyanobacteria. Evaluation of the trace metals removal rates and chemical speciation of the medium
Joana P. N. Ribeiro and Adriano Fachini (Universidade do Porto, Portugal)
PO 1.3
Development and validation of a method for the quantification of tributyltin at subnanogram per liter concentrations
Christian Piechotta, Thomas Sommerfeld, Tin Win and Irene Nehls (Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany)
PO 1.4
Chemical fractionation in investigations of heavy metals mobility in industrial waste polluted soils
Aleksandra Bielicka, Katarzyna Swierk and Irena Bojanowska  (University of Gdansk, Poland)
PO 1.5
Distribution and speciation of metals in a polluted site of Brasilicata (Southern Italy)
Claudia Belviso, Francesco Cavalcante, Saverio Fiore, Spartaco Di Gennaro, Luca Medici, Achille Palma and Pietro P. Ragone (Istituto di Metodologie per l’Analisi Ambientale – IMAA, Tito Scalo, Italy)
PO 1.6
Mercury pollution surveys in Riga (Latvia)
Zanda Gavare, Egils Bogans, Atis Skudra and Anda Svagere  (University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia)
PO 1.7
Selective ultratrace determination of uranium isotopes in the environment
S. Raeder, P. Schuhmann, K. Wendt, B. Bushaw, N. Trautmann and J. V. Katz  (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, Germany)
PO 1.8
Multielement speciation of mercury and tin in inland surface waters using GC-ICP-HR-MS
S. McSheehy, T. Lindemann, J. Wills, T. Oki and M. Hamester  (Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany)
PO 1.9
Iodine speciation in the marine aerosol by inductively coupled plasma isotope dilution mass spectrometry
S. Lai, J. Heilmann, W. Brüchert, A. Helfrich, J. Bettmer and T. Hoffmann  (Johannes Gutenberg – University, Mainz, Germany)
PO 1.10
Determination of atmospheric iodine species using a diffusion denuder and GC-MS technique
Ru-Jin Huang, Sen-Chao Lai, Marc-Christopher Reinnig, Jörg Warnke and Thorsten Hoffmann (University of Mainz, Germany)
PO 1.11
On-line speciation and determination of Cr(III) and Cr(VI) in drinking and waste water samples by reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography coupled with atomic absorption spectrometry
Deniz Yurtsever Sarica, A. Rehber Turker and Esra Erol  (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey -TUBITAK, Ankara, Turkey)
PO 1.12
Mercury speciation in contaminated sediments using headspace trap gas chromatography and atomic fluorescence spectrometry
Baghdad Ouddane, Nevenka Mikac, Jean Claude Fischer and Gabriel Billon (University of Sciences and Technology of Lille, France)
PO 1.13
Chromium(VI) speciation through the environment
Katrine Aspmo, Hilde T. Uggerud, Marit Vadset and Andreas Woldegiorgis  (Norwegian Institute for Air Research, Kjeller, Norway)
PO 1.14
Determination of Cr(VI), selected heavy metals, and elemental carbon in PM10 from a roadside sampling side in Vienna City
Harald Hagendorfer, Sebastian Koeppel and Andrea Hanus-Illnar (Karl-Franzens-University Graz, Graz, Austria)
PO 1.15
Speciation in environmental samples: A small review
M. Carmo Freitas, Zdenka Šlejkovec, Hubert Th. Wolterbeek and Adriano M. G. Pacheco  (Technological and Nuclear Institute, Sacavém, Portugal)
PO 1.16
The use of isotope dilution gas chromatography - mass spectrometry for the determination of butyltin species in marine environmental samples
Tadeja Milivojevič Nemanič, Janez Ščančar and Radmila Milačič (Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
PO 1.17
Mercury species stability in crude oil studied by species specific isotope dilution GC-ICP-MS
Lars Lambertsson, Charles J. Lord, Erik Björn and Wolfgang Frech  (Umeå University, Sweden)
PO 1.18
Studies of transport and collection characteristics of gaseous mercury species in natural gases using amalgamation and isotope dilution analysis
Tom Larsson, Wolfgang Frech and Erik Björn  (Umeå University, Sweden)
PO 1.19
Separation and determination of mercury sulfide and mercury bound to the organic matter in river sediments
Qichao Wang, Na Zheng and Shaoqing Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changchun, China)
Determination of mercury species in Portuguese salt marshes using capillary GC - atomic fluorescence spectrometry
Warren T. Corns, Peter B. Stockwell, Derek W. Bryce, M. V. Válega, E. Pereira and M. Pardal
(presented by Bin Chen, P S Analytical Ltd.)

PO 1.21
Use of different simple methods for the estimation of radium concentration in a variety of environmental samples
Z. Tosheva, S. Chalupnik, N. Dimova and A. Kies  (University of Luxembourg)
PO 1.22
Chromium speciation in environmental samples using Dowex M 4195 chelating resin
Kadriye Ozlem Saygi, Mustafa Tuzen, Mustafa Soylak and Latif Elci (Gaziosmanpasa University, Tokat, Turkey)
PO 1.23
Speciation and quantification of mercury in contaminated soils of the rural area of Descoberto - Minas Gerais, Brazil
Cláudia Carvalhinho Windmöller, Walter Alves Durão Júnior, Helean Eugênia Leonhardt Palmieri  (UFMG, Belo Horizonte, Brasil)
PO 1.24
The determination of hexavalent chromium in industrial and environmental samples
Fabienne Séby, Jaime Pacheco and Olivier Donard  (Ultra Traces Analyses Aquitaine, Pau, France)
PO 1.25
Determination of phytoremediation capability of selected plant species (atriplex nitens and descurainia sophia) for lead contamination
Dilek Demirezen Yilmaz, Cem Vural and Ebru Vural (Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey)
PO 1.26
Water pollution determination of Cd, Pb, Cu and Zn in water by GF-AAS and F-AAS
Cristina Ţoca, Elisabeta Bianu and Daniela Nica ( Institute of Diagnosis and Animal Health, Bucharest, Romania)
PO 1.27
Determination of chromium in wastewater, drinking water and soil contaminated by tanneries, Sialkot (Pakistan)
Uzaira Rafique, Ayesha Ashraf, Sumreen Iqbal and Irum Asif  (Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan)
PO 1.28
Trace metal analysis in root crops and its fields of Islamabad (Pakistan)
Uzaira Rafique, Hira Kaukab, Sumreen Iqbal and Irum Asif  (Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpidi, Pakistan)
PO 4.1Speciation data from voltammetric methods: Ni in xylem sap - a case studySheila Alves, Margarida Maria Correia dos Santos and Maria de Lurdes Simões Gonçalves (Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal)
PO 4.2Optimizing conditions for labelling proteins with 2-(4-isothiocyanatobenzyl)- 1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclododecane- 1,4,7,10-tetraacetic acidLarissa Wäntig and Norbert Jakubowski ( Institute for Analytical Science, Dortmund, Germany)
PO 4.3High resolution ICP-MS trace element analysis of protein fractions obtained from size exclusion high pressure chromatography of human cerebrospinal fluidKristin Gellein, Lars Evje, Trond Peter Flaten and Tore Syversen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology,  Trondheim, Norway)
PO 4.4Analysis of cisplatin adducts to oligonucleotides of enzymatically digested DNA using HPLC-ESI-Iontrap-MSShereen Mowaka and Michael Linscheid (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)
PO 4.5Interactions of peptides and proteins with arsenic species and metal ions: Investigations by means of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESIMS)Anne-Christine Schmidt and Matthias Otto (Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany)
PO 4.6Exhalation of trimethylbismuth after oral application of a bismuth salt - evidence for biomethylation of metals in the human bodyJens Boertz, Frank Mosel, Margareta Sulkowski, Albert W. Rettenmeier and Alfred V. Hirner ( University Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
PO 4.7Detection of Ni-species and Co-species in single living plant cells with high lateral resolutionYvonne Scheller and Heinz Duschner (Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz, Germany)
PO 4.8A new enzyme-assay for PLA2 activity in jellyfish venom based on phosphorus detection using HPLC-CC-ICP-MSAnja Zimmermann, Heike Helmholz, Daniel Pröfrock and Andreas Prange (GKSS Research Centre Geesthacht, Germany)
PO 4.9Speciation of selenium in animal tissues using high performance liquid chromatography with on-line detection by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometryEliza Kurek, Anna Ruszczyńska, Marcin Wojciechowski and Ewa Bulska (Warsaw University, Poland)
PO 4.10Speciation analysis of selenoproteins from human serum by affinity chromatography hyphenated to inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometryPetru Jitaru, Marco Prete, Giulio Cozzi, Warren Cairns, Paolo Cescon and Carlo Barbante  (Institute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes (CNR), Venice, Italy)
PO 4.11The potential of gel electrophoresis coupled to ICP-MS and MALDI-MS for the determination and characterisation of cisplatin DNA adductsJörg Bettmer, Wolfram Brüchert, Ralf Krüger, Maria Montes-Bayon and Andreas Tholey (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain)
PO 4.12Cadmium detoxification in physcomitrella patensCorinna Bleuel, Dirk Wesenberg, Andreas J. Meyer and Gerd-Joachim Krauss (Martin-Luther- Universität, Halle/S., Germany)
PO 4.13Speciation of five arsenic metabolites in urine using high performance liquid chromatography and post column UV digestion coupled with hydride generation atomic fluorescence spectrometry (HPLC-UV-HGAFS)Bin Chen, Zorimar Rivera-Nunez, Warren T. Corns and Peter B. Stockwell (P S Analytical)
PO 4.14Study of the protein-bound fraction of iron and platinum in biological samples by single-dimensional electrophoresis and laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometryM. Kaczmarczyk, E. Kurek, E. Bulska and M. Jankowska-Anyszka (Warsaw University, Poland)
PO 4.15Quantitative determination of Cd-metallothioneins in prawn samples by HPLC-ICPMSG. Raber, K. A. Francesconi, R. Raml and W. Goessler (Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria)

Workshop Report
A report from the very succesful workshop is available on the
 EVISA server.

Final program
 The final program is available as a PDF for downloading.

Last minute changes !

Please recognize that the opening of the workshop had to be shifted 15 min earlier than previously announced (September 5, 8:15) !

Poster sessions
Due to the large number of posters submitted in the "Tools" section we had to change the composition of the two sessions: During poster session I  posters with numbers PO 1.x/PO 4.x and during the poster session II posters with numbers PO 2.x/PO 3.x will be displayed.

Short Course
Registration for the Short Course is mandatory. A registration form can be found here: Registration form for the Short Course

Scientific Program
Abstracts of the oral presentations are now available for downloading from the web site of the scientific programme.

More than 80 Posters will be displayed during two poster sessions. Abstracts are now available on the web site for the Poster Session I and the Poster Session II.

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