Mini Curriculum Vitae

Dominique LE GUELLEC

PhotoLE GUELLEC
Equipe : Vecteurs colloïdaux et transport tissulaire
Courriel : dominique.le-guellec@ibcp.fr
Téléphone : +33(0)4-72-72-26-60
Statut : Professeur


2017
31.  Specific and Efficient Uptake of Surfactant-Free Poly(Lactic Acid) Nanovaccine Vehicles by Mucosal Dendritic Cells in Adult Zebrafish after Bath Immersion. 
Resseguier J, Delaune E, Coolen Al, Levraud Jp, Boudinot P, Le Guellec D, Verrier B
(2017) Front Immunol 8 :190-190  Icon PUBMED

2016
30.  Multiscale investigation of USPIO nanoparticles in atherosclerotic plaques and their catabolism and storage in vivo. 
Maraloiu Va, Appaix F, Broisat A, Le Guellec D, Teodorescu Vs, Ghezzi C, Van Der Sanden B, Blanchin Mg
(2016) Nanomedicine 12 :191-200  Icon PUBMED

2012
29.  The development of the myotendinous junction. A review. 
Charvet B, Ruggiero F, Le Guellec D
(2012) Muscles Ligaments Tendons J 2 :53-63  Icon PUBMED

2011
28.  Characterization of spatial and temporal expression pattern of Col15a1b during zebrafish development. 
Bretaud S, Pagnon-minot A, Guillon E, Ruggiero F, Le Guellec D
(2011) Gene Expr Patterns 11 :129-34  Icon PUBMED

27.  Development of the zebrafish myoseptum with emphasis on the myotendinous junction. 
Charvet B, Malbouyres M, Pagnon-minot A, Ruggiero F, Le Guellec D
(2011) Cell Tissue Res 346 :439-49  Icon PUBMED

2009
26.  Craniofacial cartilage morphogenesis requires zebrafish col11a1 activity. 
Baas D, Malbouyres M, Haftek-terreau Z, Le Guellec D, Ruggiero F
(2009) Matrix Biol 28 :490-502  Icon PUBMED

2008
25.  Collagen XV, a novel factor in zebrafish notochord differentiation and muscle development. 
Pagnon-minot A, Malbouyres M, Haftek-terreau Z, Kim Hr, Sasaki T, Thisse C, Thisse B, Ingham Pw, Ruggiero F, Le Guellec D
(2008) Dev Biol 316 :21-35  Icon PUBMED

24.  Morpholino knockdown of lysyl oxidase impairs zebrafish development, and reflects some aspects of copper metabolism disorders. 
Reynaud C, Baas D, Gleyzal C, Le Guellec D, Sommer P
(2008) Matrix Biol 27 :547-60  Icon PUBMED

2006
23.  The zebrafish bcl-2 homologue Nrz controls development during somitogenesis and gastrulation via apoptosis-dependent and -independent mechanisms. 
Arnaud E, Ferri Kf, Thibaut J, Haftek-terreau Z, Aouacheria A, Le Guellec D, Lorca T, Gillet G
(2006) Cell Death Differ 13 :1128-37  Icon PUBMED

2004
22.  Skin development in bony fish with particular emphasis on collagen deposition in the dermis of the zebrafish (Danio rerio). 
Le Guellec D, Morvan-dubois G, Sire Jy
(2004) Int J Dev Biol 48 :217-31  Icon PUBMED

2003
21.  Sequence and embryonic expression of collagen XVIII NC1 domain (endostatin) in the zebrafish. 
Haftek Z, Morvan-dubois G, Thisse B, Thisse C, Garrone R, Le Guellec D
(2003) Gene Expr Patterns 3 :351-4  Icon PUBMED

20.  Phylogenetic analysis of vertebrate fibrillar collagen locates the position of zebrafish alpha3(I) and suggests an evolutionary link between collagen alpha chains and hox clusters. 
Morvan-dubois G, Le Guellec D, Garrone R, Zylberberg L, Bonnaud L
(2003) J Mol Evol 57 :501-14  Icon PUBMED

2002
19.  Structure and spatio temporal expression of the full length DNA complementary to RNA coding for alpha2 type I collagen of zebrafish. 
Dubois Gm, Haftek Z, Crozet C, Garrone R, Le Guellec D
(2002) Gene 294 :55-65  Icon PUBMED

2000
18.  Ultrastructural detection of nucleic acids on thin sections of tissue embedded in hydrophilic resin. 
Le Guellec D
(2000) Methods Mol Biol 123 :239-58  Icon PUBMED

17.  Lack of a phenotype in transgenic mice aberrantly expressing COL2A1 mRNA because of highly selective post-transcriptional down-regulation. 
Yuan Cm, Ala-kokko L, Le Guellec D, Franc S, Fertala A, Khillan Js, Sokolov Bp, Prockop Dj
(2000) Biochem J 345 Pt 2 :377-84  Icon PUBMED

1998
16.  Ultrastructural in situ hybridization: a review of technical aspects. 
Le Guellec D
(1998) Biol Cell 90 :297-306  Icon PUBMED

15.  Expression of type I and type V collagen mRNAs in the elasmoid scales of a teleost fish as revealed by in situ hybridization. 
Le Guellec D, Zylberberg L
(1998) Connect Tissue Res 39 :257-67  Icon PUBMED

1997
14.  Distribution of minor collagens during skin development. 
Garrone R, Lethias C, Le Guellec D
(1997) Microsc Res Tech 38 :407-12  Icon PUBMED

13.  Interleukin-6 in tear fluid after photorefractive keratectomy and its effects on keratocytes in culture. 
Malecaze F, Simorre V, Chollet P, Tack Jl, Muraine M, Le Guellec D, Vita N, Arne Jl, Darbon Jm
(1997) Cornea 16 :580-7  Icon PUBMED

1996
12.  A 1.9-Kb 5′ fragment from the human COL1A1 gene drives inappropriate expression of the human COL2A1 gene in tissues of transgenic mice that normally express only the COL1A1 gene. 
Ala-kokko L, Yuan Cm, Le Guellec D, Franc S, Fertala A, Khillan Js, Sokolov Bp, Prockop Dj
(1996) Ann N Y Acad Sci 785 :202-3  Icon PUBMED

1994
11.  Localization of the expression of type I, II and III collagen genes in human normal and hypochondrogenesis cartilage canals. 
Le Guellec D, Mallein-gerin F, Treilleux I, Bonaventure J, Peysson P, Herbage D
(1994) Histochem J 26 :695-704  Icon PUBMED

1993
10.  [Ultrastructural in situ hybridization: detection of mRNA on sections of tissue embedded in lowicryl resin]. 
Le Guellec D, Frappart L
(1993) Pathol Biol (paris) 41 :198-201  Icon PUBMED

1991
9.  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

8.  Ultrastructural localization of mRNA encoding for the EGF receptor in human breast cell cancer line BT20 by in situ hybridization. 
Le Guellec D, Frappart L, Desprez Py
(1991) J Histochem Cytochem 39 :1-6  Icon PUBMED

7.  [Detection of mRNA by in situ hybridization in tissues fixed in Bouin’s fixative and embedded in paraffin]. 
Treilleux I, Mallein-gerin F, Le Guellec D, Bouvier R, Berger F, Herbage D
(1991) Ann Pathol 11 :47-53  Icon PUBMED

1988
6.  Changes in location of type I collagen synthesis in two stages of fetal calf skin as revealed by in situ hybridization. 
Le Guellec D, Ouazana R, Garrone R
(1988) Biol Struct Morphog 1 :154-9  Icon PUBMED

1987
5.  Tissue specificity of retrovirus expression in inoculated avian embryos revealed by in situ hybridization to whole-body section. 
Flamant F, Le Guellec D, Verdier G, Nigon Vm
(1987) Virology 160 :301-4  Icon PUBMED

4.  The chicken c-erbA proto-oncogene is preferentially expressed in erythrocytic cells during late stages of differentiation. 
Hentzen D, Renucci A, Le Guellec D, Benchaibi M, Jurdic P, Gandrillon O, Samarut J
(1987) Mol Cell Biol 7 :2416-24  Icon PUBMED

1986
3.  In situ hybridization histochemistry for the analysis of gene expression in the endocrine and central nervous system tissues: a 3-year experience. 
Bloch B, Popovici T, Le Guellec D, Normand E, Chouham S, Guitteny Af, Bohlen P
(1986) J Neurosci Res 16 :183-200  Icon PUBMED

1985
2.  Detection of the messenger RNAs coding for the opioid peptide precursors in pituitary and adrenal by in situ’ hybridization: study in several mammal species. 
Bloch B, Le Guellec D, De Keyzer Y
(1985) Neurosci Lett 53 :141-8

1984
1.  Detection of the messenger RNA coding for preproenkephalin A in bovine adrenal by in situ hybridization. 
Bloch B, Milner Rj, Baird A, Gubler U, Reymond C, Bohlen P, Le Guellec D, Bloom Fe
(1984) Regul Pept 8 :345-54  Icon PUBMED