Mini Curriculum Vitae

Jean-Yves EXPOSITO

PhotoEXPOSITO
Equipe : Vecteurs colloïdaux et transport tissulaire
Courriel : jean-yves.exposito@ibcp.fr
Téléphone : +33(0)4-72-72-26-90
Statut : Chargé de recherches


2019
43.  Poly(lactic acid) nanoparticles and cell-penetrating peptide potentiate mRNA-based vaccine expression in dendritic cells triggering their activation. 
Coolen Al, Lacroix C, Mercier-gouy P, Delaune E, Monge C, Exposito Jy, Verrier B
(2019) Biomaterials 195 :23-37  Icon PUBMED

42.  Tailoring mRNA Vaccine to Balance Innate/Adaptive Immune Response. 
Linares-fernandez S, Lacroix C, Exposito Jy, Verrier B
(2019) Trends Mol Med  :  Icon PUBMED

2016
41.  Poly(Lactic Acid) Nanoparticles Targeting ?5?1 Integrin as Vaccine Delivery Vehicle, a Prospective Study. 
Dalzon B, Lebas C, Jimenez G, Gutjahr A, Terrat C, Exposito Jy, Verrier B, Lethias C
(2016) Plos One 11 :e0167663-e0167663  Icon PUBMED

40.  Evaluation of polylactic acid nanoparticles safety using Drosophila model. 
Legaz S, Exposito Jy, Lethias C, Viginier B, Terzian C, Verrier B
(2016) Nanotoxicology 10 :1136-43  Icon PUBMED

2015
39.  A purified truncated form of yeast Gal4 expressed in Escherichia coli and used to functionalize poly(lactic acid) nanoparticle surface is transcriptionally active in cellulo. 
Legaz S, Exposito Jy, Borel A, Candusso Mp, Megy S, Montserret R, Lahaye V, Terzian C, Verrier B
(2015) Protein Expr Purif 113 :94-101  Icon PUBMED

38.  Tenascin-X: beyond the architectural function. 
Valcourt U, Alcaraz Lb, Exposito Jy, Lethias C, Bartholin L
(2015) Cell Adh Migr 9 :154-65  Icon PUBMED

2014
37.  Tenascin-X promotes epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition by activating latent TGF-?. 
Alcaraz Lb, Exposito Jy, Chuvin N, Pommier Rm, Cluzel C, Martel S, Sentis S, Bartholin L, Lethias C, Valcourt U
(2014) J Cell Biol 205 :409-28  Icon PUBMED

2012
36.  Structural basis of fibrillar collagen trimerization and related genetic disorders. 
Bourhis Jm, Mariano N, Zhao Y, Harlos K, Exposito Jy, Jones Ey, Moali C, Aghajari N, Hulmes Dj
(2012) Nat Struct Mol Biol 19 :1031-6  Icon PUBMED

2011
35.  Isolation, characterization and biological evaluation of jellyfish collagen for use in biomedical applications. 
Addad S, Exposito Jy, Faye C, Ricard-blum S, Lethias C
(2011) Mar Drugs 9 :967-83  Icon PUBMED

2010
34.  The fibrillar collagen family. 
Exposito Jy, Valcourt U, Cluzel C, Lethias C
(2010) Int J Mol Sci 11 :407-26  Icon PUBMED

33.  Tenascin-X increases the stiffness of collagen gels without affecting fibrillogenesis. 
Margaron Y, Bostan L, Exposito Jy, Malbouyres M, Trunfio-sfarghiu Am, Berthier Y, Lethias C
(2010) Biophys Chem 147 :87-91  Icon PUBMED

2008
32.  Demosponge and sea anemone fibrillar collagen diversity reveals the early emergence of A/C clades and the maintenance of the modular structure of type V/XI collagens from sponge to human. 
Exposito Jy, Larroux C, Cluzel C, Valcourt U, Lethias C, Degnan Bm
(2008) J Biol Chem 283 :28226-35  Icon PUBMED

2006
31.  Insights into early extracellular matrix evolution: spongin short chain collagen-related proteins are homologous to basement membrane type IV collagens and form a novel family widely distributed in invertebrates. 
Aouacheria A, Geourjon C, Aghajari N, Navratil V, Deleage G, Lethias C, Exposito Jy
(2006) Mol Biol Evol 23 :2288-302  Icon PUBMED

30.  A model of tenascin-X integration within the collagenous network. 
Lethias C, Carisey A, Comte J, Cluzel C, Exposito Jy
(2006) Febs Lett 580 :6281-5  Icon PUBMED

2004
29.  Invertebrate data predict an early emergence of vertebrate fibrillar collagen clades and an anti-incest model. 
Aouacheria A, Cluzel C, Lethias C, Gouy M, Garrone R, Exposito Jy
(2004) J Biol Chem 279 :47711-9  Icon PUBMED

28.  Distinct maturations of N-propeptide domains in fibrillar procollagen molecules involved in the formation of heterotypic fibrils in adult sea urchin collagenous tissues. 
Cluzel C, Lethias C, Garrone R, Exposito Jy
(2004) J Biol Chem 279 :9811-7  Icon PUBMED

2002
27.  Evolution of collagens. 
Exposito Jy, Cluzel C, Garrone R, Lethias C
(2002) Anat Rec 268 :302-16  Icon PUBMED

2001
26.  Characterization of fibrosurfin, an interfibrillar component of sea urchin catch connective tissues. 
Cluzel C, Lethias C, Humbert F, Garrone R, Exposito Jy
(2001) J Biol Chem 276 :18108-14  Icon PUBMED

25.  Binding of tenascin-X to decorin. 
Elefteriou F, Exposito Jy, Garrone R, Lethias C
(2001) Febs Lett 495 :44-7  Icon PUBMED

24.  Identification and characterization of a conformational heparin-binding site involving two fibronectin type III modules of bovine tenascin-X. 
Lethias C, Elefteriou F, Parsiegla G, Exposito Jy, Garrone R
(2001) J Biol Chem 276 :16432-8  Icon PUBMED

2000
23.  Sea urchin fibrillar collagen 2alpha chain participates in heterotrimeric molecules of (1alpha)(2)2alpha stoichiometry. 
Cluzel C, Lethias C, Garrone R, Exposito Jy
(2000) Matrix Biol 19 :545-7  Icon PUBMED

22.  Production in mammalian cells of chimeric human/sea urchin procollagen molecules displaying distinct versions of the minor triple helix. 
Cluzel C, Lethias C, Garrone R, Exposito Jy
(2000) J Biochem 128 :957-63  Icon PUBMED

21.  Tracing the evolution of vertebrate fibrillar collagens from an ancestral alpha chain. 
Exposito J, Cluzel C, Lethias C, Garrone R
(2000) Matrix Biol 19 :275-9  Icon PUBMED

20.  Triple helix assembly and processing of human collagen produced in transgenic tobacco plants. 
Ruggiero F, Exposito Jy, Bournat P, Gruber V, Perret S, Comte J, Olagnier B, Garrone R, Theisen M
(2000) Febs Lett 469 :132-6  Icon PUBMED

19.  Molecular adaptation to an extreme environment: origin of the thermal stability of the pompeii worm collagen. 
Sicot Fx, Mesnage M, Masselot M, Exposito Jy, Garrone R, Deutsch J, Gaill F
(2000) J Mol Biol 302 :811-20  Icon PUBMED

1999
18.  Cell adhesion to tenascin-X mapping of cell adhesion sites and identification of integrin receptors. 
Elefteriou F, Exposito Jy, Garrone R, Lethias C
(1999) Eur J Biochem 263 :840-8  Icon PUBMED

1997
17.  Characterization of the bovine tenascin-X. 
Elefteriou F, Exposito Jy, Garrone R, Lethias C
(1997) J Biol Chem 272 :22866-74  Icon PUBMED

16.  Collagen fibrillogenesis during sea urchin development–retention of SURF motifs from the N-propeptide of the 2alpha chain in mature fibrils. 
Lethias C, Exposito Jy, Garrone R
(1997) Eur J Biochem 245 :434-40  Icon PUBMED

15.  Cloning of an annelid fibrillar-collagen gene and phylogenetic analysis of vertebrate and invertebrate collagens. 
Sicot Fx, Exposito Jy, Masselot M, Garrone R, Deutsch J, Gaill F
(1997) Eur J Biochem 246 :50-8  Icon PUBMED

14.  Comparative analysis of fibrillar and basement membrane collagen expression in embryos of the sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. 
Suzuki Hr, Reiter Rs, D’alessio M, Di Liberto M, Ramirez F, Exposito Jy, Gambino R, Solursh M
(1997) Zoolog Sci 14 :449-54  Icon PUBMED

1996
13.  Type IV collagen in sponges, the missing link in basement membrane ubiquity. 
Boute N, Exposito Jy, Boury-esnault N, Vacelet J, Noro N, Miyazaki K, Yoshizato K, Garrone R
(1996) Biol Cell 88 :37-44  Icon PUBMED

1995
12.  Characterization of two genes coding for a similar four-cysteine motif of the amino-terminal propeptide of a sea urchin fibrillar collagen. 
Exposito Jy, Boute N, Deleage G, Garrone R
(1995) Eur J Biochem 234 :59-65  Icon PUBMED

1994
11.  Identification of a cell lineage-specific gene coding for a sea urchin alpha 2(IV)-like collagen chain. 
Exposito Jy, Suzuki H, Geourjon C, Garrone R, Solursh M, Ramirez F
(1994) J Biol Chem 269 :13167-71  Icon PUBMED

1993
10.  Complete primary structure of a sea urchin type IV collagen alpha chain and analysis of the 5′ end of its gene. 
Exposito Jy, D’alessio M, Di Liberto M, Ramirez F
(1993) J Biol Chem 268 :5249-54  Icon PUBMED

9.  The complete intron/exon structure of Ephydatia mulleri fibrillar collagen gene suggests a mechanism for the evolution of an ancestral gene module. 
Exposito Jy, Van Der Rest M, Garrone R
(1993) J Mol Evol 37 :254-9  Icon PUBMED

8.  [Phylogenesis of the extracellular matrix]. 
Garrone R, Exposito Jy, Franc Jm, Franc S, Humbert-david N, Qin L, Tillet E
(1993) C R Seances Soc Biol Fil 187 :114-23  Icon PUBMED

1992
7.  Novel amino-terminal propeptide configuration in a fibrillar procollagen undergoing alternative splicing. 
Exposito Jy, D’alessio M, Ramirez F
(1992) J Biol Chem 267 :17404-8  Icon PUBMED

6.  Sea urchin collagen evolutionarily homologous to vertebrate pro-alpha 2(I) collagen. 
Exposito Jy, D’alessio M, Solursh M, Ramirez F
(1992) J Biol Chem 267 :15559-62  Icon PUBMED

5.  THE COLLAGEN FAMILY OF PROTEINS – 2 DISTINCT LINES OF EVOLUTION  
Garrone R, Exposito Jy
(1992) Belgian Journal Of Zoology  122 :17-22

1991
4.  Short chain collagens in sponges are encoded by a family of closely related genes. 
Exposito Jy, Le Guellec D, Lu Q, Garrone R
(1991) J Biol Chem 266 :21923-8  Icon PUBMED

1990
3.  Characterization of a fibrillar collagen gene in sponges reveals the early evolutionary appearance of two collagen gene families. 
Exposito Jy, Garrone R
(1990) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 87 :6669-73  Icon PUBMED

2.  Cloning and sequencing of a Porifera partial cDNA coding for a short-chain collagen. 
Exposito Jy, Ouazana R, Garrone R
(1990) Eur J Biochem 190 :401-6  Icon PUBMED

1.  A MINIATURE COLLAGEN DISCOVERED IN SPONGES BY CDNA CLONING  
Exposito Jy, Vincent P, Garrone R
(1990) Annals Of The New York Academy Of Sciences  580 :444-447