Throughout his research in USA and France, Prof. Yvon JULE has written more than 40 articles about respiration, digestive motility and neurology. He is still active in research.
More than 40 publications
Diet Reversal and Immune Modulation Show Key Role for Liver and Adipose Tissue T Cells in Murine Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis
In this article, we show a critical role for differentially active T-cell subsets in visceral adipose tissue and liver in the pathogenesis of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis using multiple interventional experimental approaches in a high-fat, high- fructose diet mouse model.
In this study, we asked how lung epithelial progenitor activities change with aging, and how this correlates with changes in gene expression profile and overall tissue architecture. Our aim was to understand the baseline changes that occur with healthy aging over the natural lifespan. Aging is thought to directly contribute to the pathogenesis of IPF, COPD and lung cancer along with multiple other factors. Our data will help to disentangle the specifi contribution of aging to disease pathogenesis.