Mini Curriculum Vitae

Patricia ROUSSELLE

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Equipe : Dialogue cellules microenvironnement et réparation tissulaire
Courriel : patricia.rousselle@ibcp.fr
Téléphone : +33(0)4-72-72-26-39
Statut : Directeur de recherches


2019
75.  Re-epithelialization of adult skin wounds: Cellular mechanisms and therapeutic strategies. 
Rousselle P, Braye F, Dayan G
(2019) Adv Drug Deliv Rev 146 :344-365  Icon PUBMED

74.  Laminin 332 in cancer: When the extracellular matrix turns signals from cell anchorage to cell movement. 
Rousselle P, Scoazec Jy
(2019) Semin Cancer Biol  :  Icon PUBMED

2018
73.  In vitro epidermis model mimicking IGF-1-specific age-related decline. 
Mainzer C, Remoue N, Molinari J, Rousselle P, Barricchello C, Lago Jc, Sommer P, Sigaudo-roussel D, Debret R
(2018) Exp Dermatol 27 :537-543  Icon PUBMED

72.  Extracellular matrix contribution to skin wound re-epithelialization. 
Rousselle P, Montmasson M, Garnier C
(2018) Matrix Biol  :  Icon PUBMED

71.  Preserving Basement Membranes during Detachment of Cultivated Oral Mucosal Epithelial Cell Sheets for the Treatment of Total Bilateral Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency. 
Rovere Mr, Rousselle P, Haftek M, Charleux B, Kocaba V, Auxenfans C, Nataf S, Damour O
(2018) Cell Transplant 27 :264-274  Icon PUBMED

2017
70.  Collagen XVIII: A key interfacial component of the skin architecture. 
Bonnet I, Jobeili L, Cadau S, Berthelemy N, Pierrot A, Tedeschi C, Bardey V, Fargier G, Rival D, Jeanmaire C, Bonnaud-rosaye C, Chan W, Chavan M, Andre-frei V, Zahouani H, Rousselle P
(2017) J Cosmet Sci 68 :35-41  Icon PUBMED

69.  Selenium preserves keratinocyte stemness and delays senescence by maintaining epidermal adhesion. 
Jobeili L, Rousselle P, Beal D, Blouin E, Roussel Am, Damour O, Rachidi W
(2017) Aging (albany Ny) 9 :2302-2315  Icon PUBMED

68.  Molecular dissection of protein-protein interactions between integrin ?5?1 and the Helicobacter pylori Cag type IV secretion system. 
Koelblen T, Berge C, Cherrier Mv, Brillet K, Jimenez-soto L, Ballut L, Takagi J, Montserret R, Rousselle P, Fischer W, Haas R, Fronzes R, Terradot L
(2017) Febs J 284 :4143-4157  Icon PUBMED

2016
67.  Syndecans as Cell Surface Receptors in Cancer Biology. A Focus on their Interaction with PDZ Domain Proteins. 
Cheng B, Montmasson M, Terradot L, Rousselle P
(2016) Front Pharmacol 7 :10-10  Icon PUBMED

66.  Perlecan expression influences the keratin 15-positive cell population fate in the epidermis of aging skin. 
Dos Santos M, Michopoulou A, Andre-frei V, Boulesteix S, Guicher C, Dayan G, Whitelock J, Damour O, Rousselle P
(2016) Aging (albany Ny) 8 :751-68  Icon PUBMED

2015
65.  In vitro 3-D model based on extending time of culture for studying chronological epidermis aging. 
Dos Santos M, Metral E, Boher A, Rousselle P, Thepot A, Damour O
(2015) Matrix Biol 47 :85-97  Icon PUBMED

64.  How do epidermal matrix metalloproteinases support re-epithelialization during skin healing? 
Michopoulou A, Rousselle P
(2015) Eur J Dermatol 25 Suppl 1 :33-42  Icon PUBMED

2014
63.  Processing of laminin ? chains generates peptides involved in wound healing and host defense. 
Senyurek I, Kempf We, Klein G, Maurer A, Kalbacher H, Schafer L, Wanke I, Christ C, Stevanovic S, Schaller M, Rousselle P, Garbe C, Biedermann T, Schittek B
(2014) J Innate Immun 6 :467-84  Icon PUBMED

62.  The NTR domain of procollagen C-proteinase enhancer-1 (PCPE-1) mediates PCPE-1 binding to syndecans-1, -2 and -4 as well as fibronectin. 
Weiss T, Brusel M, Rousselle P, Kessler E
(2014) Int J Biochem Cell Biol 57 :45-53  Icon PUBMED

2013
61.  Prevalence and clinical significance of anti-laminin 332 autoantibodies detected by a novel enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay in mucous membrane pemphigoid. 
Bernard P, Antonicelli F, Bedane C, Joly P, Le Roux-villet C, Duvert-lehembre S, Rousselle P, Prost-squarcioni C
(2013) Jama Dermatol 149 :533-40  Icon PUBMED

60.  Laminin 332 processing impacts cellular behavior. 
Rousselle P, Beck K
(2013) Cell Adh Migr 7 :122-34  Icon PUBMED

59.  The syndecan binding sequence KKLRIKSKEK in laminin ?3 LG4 domain promotes epidermal repair. 
Rousselle P, Carulli S, Chajra H, Dayan G, Pin D, Herbage B
(2013) Eur J Dermatol  :  Icon PUBMED

2012
58.  In vivo evidence for a bridging role of a collagen V subtype at the epidermis-dermis interface. 
Bonod-bidaud C, Roulet M, Hansen U, Elsheikh A, Malbouyres M, Ricard-blum S, Faye C, Vaganay E, Rousselle P, Ruggiero F
(2012) J Invest Dermatol 132 :1841-9  Icon PUBMED

57.  Cell surface proteoglycans syndecan-1 and -4 bind overlapping but distinct sites in laminin ?3 LG45 protein domain. 
Carulli S, Beck K, Dayan G, Boulesteix S, Lortat-jacob H, Rousselle P
(2012) J Biol Chem 287 :12204-16  Icon PUBMED

56.  Preparation and evaluation of nanoparticles for directed tissue engineering. 
Hansson A, Di Francesco T, Falson F, Rousselle P, Jordan O, Borchard G
(2012) Int J Pharm 439 :73-80  Icon PUBMED

55.  In vitro evaluation of an RGD-functionalized chitosan derivative for enhanced cell adhesion. 
Hansson A, Hashom N, Falson F, Rousselle P, Jordan O, Borchard G
(2012) Carbohydr Polym 90 :1494-500  Icon PUBMED

2011
54.  Oligogalacturonides improve tissue organization of in vitro reconstructed skin. 
Lebreton-decoster C, Rousselle P, Laperdrix C, Lubrano C, Robin Jr, Coulomb B
(2011) Int J Cosmet Sci 33 :455-61  Icon PUBMED

53.  Melanoma cells produce multiple laminin isoforms and strongly migrate on ?5 laminin(s) via several integrin receptors. 
Oikawa Y, Hansson J, Sasaki T, Rousselle P, Domogatskaya A, Rodin S, Tryggvason K, Patarroyo M
(2011) Exp Cell Res 317 :1119-33  Icon PUBMED

2009
52.  Regulated laminin-332 expression in human islets of Langerhans. 
Armanet M, Wojtusciszyn A, Morel P, Parnaud G, Rousselle P, Sinigaglia C, Berney T, Bosco D
(2009) Faseb J 23 :4046-55  Icon PUBMED

51.  Human mast cells adhere to and migrate on epithelial and vascular basement membrane laminins LM-332 and LM-511 via alpha3beta1 integrin. 
Sime W, Lunderius-andersson C, Enoksson M, Rousselle P, Tryggvason K, Nilsson G, Harvima I, Patarroyo M
(2009) J Immunol 183 :4657-65  Icon PUBMED

50.  Tyrosine dephosphorylation of the syndecan-1 PDZ binding domain regulates syntenin-1 recruitment. 
Sulka B, Lortat-jacob H, Terreux R, Letourneur F, Rousselle P
(2009) J Biol Chem 284 :10659-71  Icon PUBMED

49.  Laminin isoforms in human embryonic stem cells: synthesis, receptor usage and growth support. 
Vuoristo S, Virtanen I, Takkunen M, Palgi J, Kikkawa Y, Rousselle P, Sekiguchi K, Tuuri T, Otonkoski T
(2009) J Cell Mol Med 13 :2622-33  Icon PUBMED

2008
48.  Syndecan-1 interaction with the LG4/5 domain in laminin-332 is essential for keratinocyte migration. 
Bachy S, Letourneur F, Rousselle P
(2008) J Cell Physiol 214 :238-49  Icon PUBMED

47.  Expression of oestrogen-related receptor alpha in human epidermis. 
Bertil E, Bolzinger Ma, Andre V, Rousselle P, Damour O
(2008) Exp Dermatol 17 :208-13  Icon PUBMED

46.  Laminin isoforms of lymph nodes and predominant role of alpha5-laminin(s) in adhesion and migration of blood lymphocytes. 
Gorfu G, Virtanen I, Hukkanen M, Lehto Vp, Rousselle P, Kenne E, Lindbom L, Kramer R, Tryggvason K, Patarroyo M
(2008) J Leukoc Biol 84 :701-12  Icon PUBMED

45.  Expression of estrogen-related receptor gamma (ERRgamma) in human skin. 
Krahn-bertil E, Bolzinger Ma, Andre V, Orly I, Kanitakis J, Rousselle P, Damour O
(2008) Eur J Dermatol 18 :427-32  Icon PUBMED

44.  Targeting a tumor-specific laminin domain critical for human carcinogenesis. 
Tran M, Rousselle P, Nokelainen P, Tallapragada S, Nguyen Nt, Fincher Ef, Marinkovich Mp
(2008) Cancer Res 68 :2885-94  Icon PUBMED

2007
43.  Laminins in normal, keratoconus, bullous keratopathy and scarred human corneas. 
Bystrom B, Virtanen I, Rousselle P, Miyazaki K, Linden C, Pedrosa Domellof F
(2007) Histochem Cell Biol 127 :657-67  Icon PUBMED

42.  A processed laminin-332 domain selectively localizes to and potentiates carcinoma development 
Tran Mm, Rousselle P, Nokelainen Np, Talapragada S, Nguyen N, Marinkovich Mp
(2007) Journal Of Investigative Dermatology 127 :S90-S90

2006
41.  Production of a recombinantly expressed laminin fragment by HEK293-EBNA cells cultured in suspension in a dialysis-based bioreactor. 
Belin V, Rousselle P
(2006) Protein Expr Purif 48 :43-8  Icon PUBMED

40.  Distribution of laminins in the developing human eye. 
Bystrom B, Virtanen I, Rousselle P, Gullberg D, Pedrosa-domellof F
(2006) Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 47 :777-85  Icon PUBMED

39.  alpha1beta1-integrin engagement to distinct laminin-1 domains orchestrates spreading, migration and survival of neural crest cells through independent signaling pathways. 
Desban N, Lissitzky Jc, Rousselle P, Duband Jl
(2006) J Cell Sci 119 :3206-18  Icon PUBMED

38.  Cooperation of isoforms of laminin-332 and tenascin-CL during early adhesion and spreading of immortalized human corneal epithelial cells. 
Katz S, Hukkanen M, Lounatmaa K, Rousselle P, Tervo T, Virtanen I
(2006) Exp Eye Res 83 :1412-22  Icon PUBMED

37.  Matrilysin 1 influences colon carcinoma cell migration by cleavage of the laminin-5 beta3 chain. 
Remy L, Trespeuch C, Bachy S, Scoazec Jy, Rousselle P
(2006) Cancer Res 66 :11228-37  Icon PUBMED

36.  Laminin-10 and Lutheran blood group glycoproteins in adhesion of human endothelial cells. 
Vainionpaa N, Kikkawa Y, Lounatmaa K, Miner Jh, Rousselle P, Virtanen I
(2006) Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 290 :C764-75  Icon PUBMED

2005
35.  The immortalized human corneal epithelial cells adhere to laminin-10 by using Lutheran glycoproteins and integrin alpha3beta1. 
Hasenson S, Maatta M, Rousselle P, Kikkawa Y, Miner Jh, Tervo T, Virtanen I
(2005) Exp Eye Res 81 :415-21  Icon PUBMED

34.  Substrate-specific modulation of a multisubstrate proteinase. C-terminal processing of fibrillar procollagens is the only BMP-1-dependent activity to be enhanced by PCPE-1. 
Moali C, Font B, Ruggiero F, Eichenberger D, Rousselle P, Francois V, Oldberg A, Bruckner-tuderman L, Hulmes Dj
(2005) J Biol Chem 280 :24188-94  Icon PUBMED

2003
33.  Keratinocyte motility induced by TGF-beta1 is accompanied by dramatic changes in cellular interactions with laminin 5. 
Decline F, Okamoto O, Mallein-gerin F, Helbert B, Bernaud J, Rigal D, Rousselle P
(2003) Cell Motil Cytoskeleton 54 :64-80  Icon PUBMED

32.  Beta4 integrin and laminin 5 are aberrantly expressed in polycystic kidney disease: role in increased cell adhesion and migration. 
Joly D, Morel V, Hummel A, Ruello A, Nusbaum P, Patey N, Noel Lh, Rousselle P, Knebelmann B
(2003) Am J Pathol 163 :1791-800  Icon PUBMED

31.  Normal human keratinocytes bind to the alpha3LG4/5 domain of unprocessed laminin-5 through the receptor syndecan-1. 
Okamoto O, Bachy S, Odenthal U, Bernaud J, Rigal D, Lortat-jacob H, Smyth N, Rousselle P
(2003) J Biol Chem 278 :44168-77  Icon PUBMED

2002
30.  Distribution of laminin 5, integrin receptors, and branching morphogenesis during human fetal lung development. 
Coraux C, Meneguzzi G, Rousselle P, Puchelle E, Gaillard D
(2002) Dev Dyn 225 :176-85  Icon PUBMED

29.  EGF controls the in vivo developmental potential of a mammary epithelial cell line possessing progenitor properties. 
Deugnier Ma, Faraldo Mm, Janji B, Rousselle P, Thiery Jp, Glukhova Ma
(2002) J Cell Biol 159 :453-63  Icon PUBMED

28.  Developmentally regulated interactions of human thymocytes with different laminin isoforms. 
Kutlesa S, Siler U, Speiser A, Wessels Jt, Virtanen I, Rousselle P, Sorokin Lm, Muller Ca, Klein G
(2002) Immunology 105 :407-18  Icon PUBMED

27.  Laminin 5, cell migration and cancer  
Rousselle P
(2002) M S-medecine Sciences  18 :989-994

2001
26.  Laminin-5 promotes neurite outgrowth from central and peripheral chick embryonic neurons. 
Culley B, Murphy J, Babaie J, Nguyen D, Pagel A, Rousselle P, Clegg Do
(2001) Neurosci Lett 301 :83-6  Icon PUBMED

25.  Keratinocyte migration requires alpha2beta1 integrin-mediated interaction with the laminin 5 gamma2 chain. 
Decline F, Rousselle P
(2001) J Cell Sci 114 :811-23  Icon PUBMED

24.  Molecular organization of the cutaneous basement membrane zone. 
Ghohestani Rf, Li K, Rousselle P, Uitto J
(2001) Clin Dermatol 19 :551-62  Icon PUBMED

23.  Contribution of MT1-MMP and of human laminin-5 gamma2 chain degradation to mammary epithelial cell migration. 
Gilles C, Polette M, Coraux C, Tournier Jm, Meneguzzi G, Munaut C, Volders L, Rousselle P, Birembaut P, Foidart Jm
(2001) J Cell Sci 114 :2967-76  Icon PUBMED

22.  RhoA-dependent switch between alpha2beta1 and alpha3beta1 integrins is induced by laminin-5 during early stage of HT-29 cell differentiation. 
Gout Sp, Jacquier-sarlin Mr, Rouard-talbot L, Rousselle P, Block Mr
(2001) Mol Biol Cell 12 :3268-81  Icon PUBMED

21.  Tetraspanins in intercellular adhesion of polarized epithelial cells: spatial and functional relationship to integrins and cadherins. 
Yanez-mo M, Tejedor R, Rousselle P, Sanchez -madrid F
(2001) J Cell Sci 114 :577-87  Icon PUBMED

2000
20.  Anti-beta4 integrin antibodies enhance migratory and invasive abilities of human colon adenocarcinoma cells and their MMP-2 expression. 
Daemi N, Thomasset N, Lissitzky Jc, Dumortier J, Jacquier Mf, Pourreyron C, Rousselle P, Chayvialle Ja, Remy L
(2000) Int J Cancer 85 :850-6  Icon PUBMED

19.  Tumor cell budding and laminin-5 expression in colorectal carcinoma can be modulated by the tissue micro-environment. 
Sordat I, Rousselle P, Chaubert P, Petermann O, Aberdam D, Bosman Ft, Sordat B
(2000) Int J Cancer 88 :708-17  Icon PUBMED

1999
18.  Cell-extracellular matrix interactions and EGF are important regulators of the basal mammary epithelial cell phenotype. 
Deugnier Ma, Faraldo Mm, Rousselle P, Thiery Jp, Glukhova Ma
(1999) J Cell Sci 112 ( Pt 7) :1035-44  Icon PUBMED

17.  The SFL activity secreted by metastatic carcinoma cells is related to laminin 5 and mediates cell scattering in an integrin-independent manner. 
Grassi M, Moens G, Rousselle P, Thiery Jp, Jouanneau J
(1999) J Cell Sci 112 ( Pt 15) :2511-20  Icon PUBMED

16.  Isoform-specific attachment of osteoprogenitors to laminins: mapping to the short arms of laminin-1. 
Roche P, Rousselle P, Lissitzky Jc, Delmas Pd, Malaval L
(1999) Exp Cell Res 250 :465-74  Icon PUBMED

15.  Laminin 5 in the human thymus: control of T cell proliferation via alpha6beta4 integrins. 
Vivinus-nebot M, Ticchioni M, Mary F, Hofman P, Quaranta V, Rousselle P, Bernard A
(1999) J Cell Biol 144 :563-74  Icon PUBMED

1998
14.  Cell adhesion to laminin 1 or 5 induces isoform-specific clustering of integrins and other focal adhesion components. 
Dogic D, Rousselle P, Aumailley M
(1998) J Cell Sci 111 ( Pt 6) :793-802  Icon PUBMED

13.  Human colonic cancer cells synthesize and adhere to laminin-5. Their adhesion to laminin-5 involves multiple receptors among which is integrin alpha2beta1. 
Orian-rousseau V, Aberdam D, Rousselle P, Messent A, Gavrilovic J, Meneguzzi G, Kedinger M, Simon-assmann P
(1998) J Cell Sci 111 ( Pt 14) :1993-2004  Icon PUBMED

12.  [Collagen and laminin: which messages for which cells?]. 
Rousselle P, Garrone R
(1998) Pathol Biol (paris) 46 :543-54  Icon PUBMED

11.  Cadherin mediated cell-cell adhesion is regulated by tyrosine phosphatases in human keratinocytes. 
Soler C, Rousselle P, Damour O
(1998) Cell Adhes Commun 5 :13-25  Icon PUBMED

1997
10.  Diagnostic value of indirect immunofluorescence on sodium chloride-split skin in differential diagnosis of subepidermal autoimmune bullous dermatoses. 
Ghohestani Rf, Nicolas Jf, Rousselle P, Claudy Al
(1997) Arch Dermatol 133 :1102-7  Icon PUBMED

9.  Laminin 5 binds the NC-1 domain of type VII collagen. 
Rousselle P, Keene Dr, Ruggiero F, Champliaud Mf, Rest M, Burgeson Re
(1997) J Cell Biol 138 :719-28  Icon PUBMED

1996
8.  Identification of a 168-kDa mucosal antigen in a subset of patients with cicatricial pemphigoid. 
Ghohestani Rf, Nicolas Jf, Rousselle P, Claudy Al
(1996) J Invest Dermatol 107 :136-9  Icon PUBMED

1995
7.  Structural requirement for cell adhesion to kalinin (laminin-5). 
Rousselle P, Golbik R, Van Der Rest M, Aumailley M
(1995) J Biol Chem 270 :13766-70  Icon PUBMED

1994
6.  A dermal substrate made of collagen–GAG–chitosan for deep burn coverage: first clinical uses. 
Damour O, Gueugniaud Py, Berthin-maghit M, Rousselle P, Berthod F, Sahuc F, Collombel C
(1994) Clin Mater 15 :273-6  Icon PUBMED

5.  Kalinin is more efficient than laminin in promoting adhesion of primary keratinocytes and some other epithelial cells and has a different requirement for integrin receptors. 
Rousselle P, Aumailley M
(1994) J Cell Biol 125 :205-14  Icon PUBMED

4.  Rapid identification of Candida albicans by using Albicans ID and fluoroplate agar plates. 
Rousselle P, Freydiere Am, Couillerot Pj, De Montclos H, Gille Y
(1994) J Clin Microbiol 32 :3034-6  Icon PUBMED

1992
3.  Cytotoxicity evaluation of antiseptics and antibiotics on cultured human fibroblasts and keratinocytes. 
Damour O, Hua Sz, Lasne F, Villain M, Rousselle P, Collombel C
(1992) Burns 18 :479-85  Icon PUBMED

1991
2.  Kalinin: an epithelium-specific basement membrane adhesion molecule that is a component of anchoring filaments. 
Rousselle P, Lunstrum Gp, Keene Dr, Burgeson Re
(1991) J Cell Biol 114 :567-76  Icon PUBMED

1987
1.  A sensitive fluoronephelometric assay of slight albuminuria. 
Gillery P, Rousselle P, Malgras A, Maquart Fx, Borel Jp
(1987) Clin Chem 33 :717-8  Icon PUBMED