equipe RAUTOU

Vessels in liver diseases

Team Rautou

Department Hepato-Gastroenterology Department

 

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“from left to right: Marion Tanguy, Johanne Poisson, Pierre-Emmanel Rautou, Tazime Issoufaly, Sara Thietart, Louise Biquard”

 

Our team is working on the role of vessels in liver disease. We are interested in rare vascular liver diseases (Budd-Chiari syndrome, extrahepatic vein thrombosis and porto-sinusoidal vascular diseases), nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and cirrhosis.

Current research directions :

  • Liver sinusoidal endothelial cells in the progression of liver diseases
  • Extracellular vesicles in liver diseases
  • Porto-sinusoidal vascular disease

 

 

    1. Liver sinusoidal endothelial cells in the progression of liver diseases

      Recent advances indicate that intestinal and visceral adipose tissues play a key role in liver diseases. This suggests that substances are released by these tissues, influencing liver function. Liver endothelial cells are among the first cells to encounter blood from intestinal and visceral fat tissues. They are an active interface between blood and other hepatic cells. However, the role of liver endothelial cells in liver diseases is paradoxically very poorly understood. Our team has therefore set itself the objective of highlighting the involvement of liver endothelial cells in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and cirrhosis.

    1. Extracellular vesicles in liver diseases

      Extracellular vesicles are membrane-bound vesicles released by cells into the extracellular space. They include apoptotic bodies, microvesicles, also previously known as microparticles, and exosomes. Extracellular vesicles are able to transmit information from one cell to another. We are currently determining the role of extracellular vesicles in progression and complications of liver diseases. To do so, we analyze their roles in intercellular communication between the liver and other organs, as well as among the liver itself. Extracellular vesicles can also be used as biomarkers. We have already demonstrated that hepatocyte microvesicles can predict the course of patients with cirrhosis. We are now validating these results in large cohorts of patients. To finish, we are developing new detection strategies of extracellular vesicles of other origins to predict more accuratly the evolution of liver diseases.

  1. Porto-sinusoidal vascular disease
    Previously called non-cirrhotic portal hypertension or nodular regenerative hyperplasia, is a rare disease characterized by alterations in the portal veins and/or sinusoids leading in some patients to portal hypertension and its complications. We are studying the pathophysiology of this disease as well as the future of patients with this disease.
 

Landmark publications

  • Publication date : 01 June 2019 More

    Role of liver sinusoidal endothelial cells in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. J Hepatol.

    Autors : Hammoutene Adel Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel

  • Publication date : 01 October 2018 More

    Hepatocyte microvesicle levels improve prediction of mortality in patients with cirrhosis. Hepatology

    Autors : Payancé A Silva-Junior G Bissonnette J Tanguy Marion Pasquet B Levi C Roux O Nekachtali O Baiges A Hernández-Gea V Laouénan C Lebrec D ALBUQUERQUE Miguel Paradis Valérie Moreau Richard Valla Dominique Durand François Boulanger CM Garcia-Pagan JC Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel

  • Publication date : 01 August 2017 More

    A prospective study of the utility of plasma biomarkers to diagnose alcoholic hepatitis. Hepatology.

    Autors : Bissonnette J Altamirano J Devue C Roux O Payancé A Lebrec D Bedossa Pierre Valla Dominique Durand François Ait-Oufella H Sancho-Bru P Caballeria J Ginès P Boulanger CM Bataller R Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel

  • Publication date : 04 January 2017 More

    Liver sinusoidal endothelial cells: physiology and role in liver diseases J Hepatol.

    Autors : Poisson Johanne Lemoinne S Boulanger C Durand François Moreau Richard Valla Dominique Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel

  • Publication date : 15 January 2016 More

    Hepatocyte Tissue Factor Contributes to the Hypercoagulable State in a Mouse Model of Chronic Liver Injury. J Hepatol.

    Autors : Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel Tatsumi K Antoniak S Owens AP Sparkenbaugh E Holle LA Wolberg AS Kopec AK Pawlinski R Luyendyk JP Mackman N Poisson Johanne Lemoinne S Boulanger C Durand François Moreau Richard Valla Dominique Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel

  • Publication date : 14 June 2014 More

    The emerging roles of microvesicles in liver diseases. Nat Rev Gastro Hepat

    Autors : Lemoinne S Thabut D Housset C Moreau Richard Valla Dominique Boulanger CM Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel

  • Publication date : 30 March 2012 More

    Abnormal Plasma Microparticles Impair Vasoconstrictor Responses in Patients with Cirrhosis. Gastroenterology.

    Autors : Rautou Pierre-Emmanuel Bresson J Sainte-Marie Y Vion AC Paradis Valérie Renard JM Devue C Heymes C Letteron Philippe Elkrief Laure Lebrec D Valla Dominique Tedgui A Moreau Richard Boulanger CM

 
 

Latest Publications

  • Publication date : 03 August 2020 More

    The protein kinase A negatively regulates reactive oxygen species production by phosphorylating gp91phox/NOX2 in human neutrophils Free Radic Biol Med

    Autors : Houssam Raad Hussein Mouawia Hamad Hassan Mohamed El-Seblani Riad Arabi-Derkawi Tarek Boussetta Gougerot-Pocidalo Marie-Anne Dang Pham My-Chan El Benna Jamel

  • Publication date : 11 July 2020 More

    Ferroptosis in Liver Diseases: An Overview Int J Mol Sci

    Autors : Martina Maria Capelletti Manceau Hana Puy Hervé Katell Peoc'h

  • Publication date : 19 June 2020 More

    Nod2 Protects the Gut From Experimental Colitis Spreading to Small Intestine J Crohns Colitis

    Autors : Al Nabhani Z Berrebi D Martinez-Vinson C Montcuquet N Madre C Roy Maryline Ogier-Denis Eric Dussaillant M Cerf-Bensussan N Zouali H Daniel F Barreau F Hugot Jean-Pierre