NICOLETTI Antonino : UMR_S1148 : Biology of Atherothrombosis

Unit : INSERM UMR_S1148 "Laboratory for Vascular Translational Science" Unviersité Paris Diderot et Université Paris 13

Laboratory for Vascular Translational Science
Team 1 "Biology of Atherothrombosis"
GH Bichat-Claude Benard
46 rue Henri Huchard
75877 PARIS Cedex 18

Speciality : Department IMMUNO

Director of the unit : D. LETOURNEUR

Principal investigator :

Email : Phone number: +33 (0)1 40 25 75 75 56

Composition of research team :

  • NICOLETTI Antonino (PU,HDR) 
  • CALIGIURI Giuseppina (DR2-INSERM, HDR) 
  • DORENT Richard (PH, HDR) 
  • HO-TIN-NOE Benoit (CR2-INSERM) 
  • LASCHET Jamila (IR) 
  • MICHEL Jean-Baptiste (DRE-INSERM, HDR) 
  • NATAF Patrick (PU-PH,HDR)

5 Recent publications of the research team :

Norata, G. D., G. Caligiuri, T. Chavakis, G. Matarese, M. G. Netea, A. Nicoletti, L. A. O'Neill, and F. M. Marelli-Berg. 2015. The Cellular and Molecular Basis of Translational Immunometabolism. Immunity43: 421-434.
Clement, M., K. Guedj, F. Andreata, M. Morvan, L. Bey, J. Khallou-Laschet, A. T. Gaston, S. Delbosc, J. M. Alsac, P. Bruneval, C. Deschildre, M. Le Borgne, Y. Castier, H. J. Kim, H. Cantor, J. B. Michel, G. Caligiuri, and A. Nicoletti. 2015. Control of the Tfh-GC B Cell Axis by CD8+ Tregs Limits Atherosclerosis and Tertiary Lymphoid Organ Development. Circulation131: 560-570.
Gros, A., V. Syvannarath, L. Lamrani, V. Ollivier, S. Loyau, T. Goerge, B. Nieswandt, M. Jandrot-Perrus, and B. Ho-Tin-Noe. 2015. Single platelets seal neutrophil-induced vascular breaches via GPVI during immune-complex-mediated inflammation in mice. Blood126: 1017-1026.

Clement, M., G. Fornasa, S. Loyau, M. Morvan, F. Andreata, K. Guedj, J. Khallou-Laschet, P. Larghi, D. Le Roux, G. Bismuth, G. Chiocchia, C. Hivroz, D. K. Newman, A. Nicoletti, and G. Caligiuri. 2015. Upholding the T cell immune-regulatory function of CD31 inhibits the formation of T/B immunological synapses in vitro and attenuates the development of experimental autoimmune arthritis in vivo. J Autoimmunity56: 23-33.
Clement, M., G. Fornasa, K. Guedj, S. Ben Mkaddem, A. T. Gaston, J. Khallou-Laschet, M. Morvan, A. Nicoletti, and G. Caligiuri. 2014. CD31 is a key coinhibitory receptor in the development of immunogenic dendritic cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A111: E1101-1110.