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Liste des soumissions de type Poster ou Affiche acceptées lors du premier appel à soumissions dans le cadre de la Conférence JOBIM 2015 - List of accepted poster submissions, first call,at the JOBIM 2015 Conference.
  • Post-001 (#45) - Ikram ALLAM - On the Interest of Semi-Supervised Approaches with Spatial Dependence in Structural Alphabet Encoding
  • Post-002 (#90) - Leslie REGAD - SA-conf : un outil d'analyse et de comparaison de la variabilité de séquence et de structure d'un ensemble de conformères d'une protéine
  • Post-003 (#92) - Anne BADEL - Computational analysis of the Gibberellin signaling in moss
  • Post-004 (#106) - Yoann DUFRESNE - Smiles2Monomers: Tool for monomeric structure search
  • Post-005 (#140) - Alexandre BORREL - Salt bridges in protein ligand interactions
  • Post-006 (#142) - Seyed Ziaeddin ALBORZI - EC-PSI: Associating Enzyme Commission Numbers with Pfam Domains
  • Post-007 (#5) - Julien FUMEY - Tempo and mode in Astyanax mexicanus cavefish evolution: a population genomic reappraisal
  • Post-008 (#29) - Dominique GUYOT - Using HMMs to Improve Sequence Clustering Method
  • Post-009 (#32) - Emma SAULNIER - Inferring epidemiological parameters from summary statistics of phylogenetic trees
  • Post-010 (#36) - Franck CERUTTI - Evolutionary dynamics of Listeria monocytogenes sRNA
  • Post-011 (#38) - Gabriel V. MARKOV - Evolution of metabolic pathways in nematodes: integrating genomics and metabolomics
  • Post-012 (#61) - Magali RICHARD - Identification of fitness advantage in dynamic environment by modelisation of BAR- seq data
  • Post-013 (#63) - Rémi PLANEL - Web tools for the phylogenetic exploration of genomes history
  • Post-014 (#8) - Sarah DJEBALI - Conservation of recurrent chimeras between human and mouse
  • Post-015 (#15) - Pierre DELPECH - Analyse du transcriptome de Lactococcus garvieae durant l’inhibition de Staphylococcus aureus par RNA-seq
  • Post-016 (#16) - MARIE GARAVILLON-TOURNAYRE - High throuput workflow for RNAseq data treatment linking laboratory data server and remote parallel calculation platform
  • Post-017 (#18) - Isabelle LESUR - Local adaptation and genetic adaptive potential of forest trees
  • Post-018 (#33) - David LOPEZ - Sequence-driven in silico discovery of potential effectors involved in Corynespora cassiicola pathogenesis
  • Post-019 (#35) - Marie GARAVILLON-TOURNAYRE - Transcriptome and ecophysiological data of Populus nigra genotypes during drought stress
  • Post-020 (#47) - Amandine CAMPAN-FOURNIER - Analyse de 32 souches de Legionella pneumophila de sévérités variables afin d'identifier les déterminants de la pathogénicité
  • Post-021 (#48) - Géraldine CAUMES - Microbial biomineralization processes as part of the environmental phosphorus cycle: deciphering the genomic diversity and evolution of candidate gene families
  • Post-022 (#53) - Valentin LOUX - Mutations and genomic islands can explain the strain dependency of sugar utilization in 21 strains of Propionibacterium freudenreichii
  • Post-023 (#102) - Théophile KAZMIERCZAK - Bioinformatic analysis of NAC transcription factor involved in senescence regulation in Medicago      
  • Post-024 (#109) - Magalie LEVEUGLE - Rapsodyn Whole Exome capture and genotyping in the polyploid Brassica napus
  • Post-025 (#114) - Valérie POLONAIS - Draft genome sequence of Tubulinosema ratisbonensis, a microsporidian parasite of Drosophila melanogaster
  • Post-026 (#120) - Jonathan LORENZO - Application du système GenFam à la réponse au stress des plantes : intégration de l'identification d'éléments cis spécifiques
  • Post-027 (#122) - Rachel LEGENDRE - RiboTools: A Galaxy toolbox for qualitative Ribosome Profiling analysis
  • Post-028 (#125) - Sarah FARHAT - Exploring the mystery that leads to a specific parasite infection for marine blooming dinoflagellates
  • Post-029 (#6) - Zohra SADOUK-HACHAÏCHI - Modélisation de la cinétique de croissance d’un consortium bactérien cultivé sur le gazole
  • Post-030 (#19) - Gabriel CARVALHO - Individual-based modeling of bacterial biofilms’ resilience
  • Post-031 (#31) - Nordine KHERAKI - A systems-approach for modeling and analyzing the Ubiquitin/De-ubiquitin balance during virus infection
  • Post-032 (#39) - Floréal CABANETTES - Metabolic network annotation with MetExplore
  • Post-033 (#51) - Maxime CHAZALVIEL - Comparaison visuelle de sous-réseaux métaboliques avec MetExploreViz
  • Post-034 (#112) - Shérazade BRAHAM - Inference of the protein interaction network between Fusobacterium nucleatum putative secretome and the human host
  • Post-035 (#144) - Guillaume MADELAINE - Structural simplification of chemical reaction networks
  • Post-036 (#147) - Marc LEGEAY - Construction et Analyse de Réseau de Gènes Contextuels dans le Domaine Végétal
  • Post-037 (#153) - Hugo PEREIRA - Interface development of a new clustering tool for co-regulated genes identification (CORGI)
  • Post-038 (#160) - Charles LECELLIER - Probing microRNA regulation
  • Post-039 (#161) - Andreas ZANZONI - Integration of quantitative proteomics data and interaction networks: identification of dys-regulated cellular functions during cancer progression
  • Post-040 (#167) - Bertrand LAFORGE - Multiscale Modeling of cancer in C. Elegans
  • Post-041 (#23) - Fanny BONNAFOUS - Genome Wide Association Studies on sunflower flowering time
  • Post-042 (#42) - Alexandra DUHNEN - Genomic prediction of agronomic traits in soybean
  • Post-043 (#46) - Florent CHUFFART - Nouvelle approche en génétique quantitative : détection de loci contrôlant finement la distribution d’un caractère cellulaire probabiliste
  • Post-044 (#119) - Romain PHILIPPE - In silico detection of causal mutation in beef cattle
  • Post-045 (#133) - Guy-Ross ASSOUMOU-ELLA - Thaliadb: A database dedicated to association genetics in plants
  • Post-046 (#134) - Yannick DE OLIVIERA - SHiNeMaS: A database dedicated to seed lots history, phenotyping data and field practices
  • Post-047 (#141) - Lydia AIT BRAHAM - BioMercator: A complete framework to integrate QTL, meta-QTL, genome annotation and genome-wide association studies
  • Post-048 (#150) - Ankit DWIVENDI - Characterization of P.falciparum sub-populations associated to artemisinin drug resistance in Cambodia
  • Post-049 (#162) - Clément AGRET - Use of Illumina sequencing for accessing viral genomes Cocoa swollen shoot virus (CSSV)
  • Post-050 (#166) - Gilles CHARMET - Breeding value estimation for Yield and Quality traits using BWGS pipeline
  • Post-051 (#2) - Marie-Laure FRANCHINARD - View and synchronize several genotypes with IGV
  • Post-052 (#22) - Hugo VARET - SARTools: a DESeq2- and edgeR-based R pipeline for comprehensive differential analysis of RNA-seq data
  • Post-053 (#43) - Lise POMIES - Strategy for inferring gene regulatory network from kinetic expression with an unfavorable data-to-variables ratio
  • Post-054 (#49) - Arnaud MENG - De novo assembly pipeline for transcriptomic analysis
  • Post-055 (#56) - Xi LIU - Looking for SCPP transcripts in jaw transcriptomes
  • Post-056 (#60) - Aurélien QUILLET - miRabel: a web tool for an effective prediction of microRNA targets and their related biological pathways
  • Post-057 (#64) - Gaëlle VILCHEZ - NGS Goes Automatic: From library preparation to data quality control
  • Post-058 (#66) - Varun KHANNA - Analysis of diploid genomes with Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS)
  • Post-059 (#69) - Bastien JOB - ASSESS.LINE: How good are my cell lines?
  • Post-060 (#71) - Stevenn VOLANT - A novel statistical approach and R package to analyse HDX-MS of protein- protein interactions
  • Post-061 (#74) - Justine RUDEWICZ - Looking for mutations in PacBio cancer data: an alignment-free method
  • Post-062 (#75) - Patrice BAA-PUYOULET - From SymbAphidBase to SymbAphidCyc: two companion databases to study and compare aphid symbionts from genomes to metabolic pathways
  • Post-063 (#99) - Bernd JAGLA - Decoupling RNAseq data from genomic context to help understanding the data
  • Post-064 (#103) - François BARTOLO - Computational optimisation for mixOmics, the R package dedicated to ’omics’ data integration
  • Post-065 (#105) - Guillaume REBOUL - Approche intégrée pour la découverte de nouvelles activités enzymatiques
  • Post-066 (#108) - Nicolas PARISOT - MicroAnnot: a pipeline for high quality microsporidian genomes annotation
  • Post-067 (#110) - Pierre-Julien VIALLY- GenerateReports: an IonTorrent plugin summarizing a whole NGS experiment for clinical interpretation
  • Post-068 (#115) - Guillaume GAUTREAU - Genome assembly using Nanopore-guided Long and Error-free DNA Reads
  • Post-069 (#124) - Elise LARSONNEUR - Evaluation of de novo assemblies in view of creating automated pipelines dedicated to core-genome bacterial typing
  • Post-070 (#127) - Dhouha. GRISSA - Knowledge Discovery based on Formal Concept Analysis for biomarker identification from metabolomic data
  • Post-071 (#143) - Sacha BEAUMEUNIER - Rôle de l'apprentissage automatique dans le problème de détection d'ARN chimères
  • Post-072 (#145) - Imène CHENTLI - Semi-automatic biological data mining workflow
  • Post-073 (#148) - Amal Zine EL AABIDINE - Long reads based assembly and impact of error correction   
  • Post-074 (#151) - Magali BERLAND - Metagenomic data analysis: from reads to biomarkers with METEOR and MetaOMineR
  • Post-075 (#155) - Fabrice TOUZAIN - Bioinformatics reconstruction of the first complete genome sequence of European Turkey coronavirus by NGS sequencing, DB matching, tblastn gap filling, assemblies merging and realignment
  • Post-076 (#30) - Gisèle BRONNER - ePANAM and the phylogenetic diversity of microbial communities      
  • Post-077 (#40) - Yannick LAURENT - MetaBiote® Online: a user-friendly and dedicated tool for the taxonomic profiling of microbial communities      
  • Post-078 (#78) - Jimmy H.W. SAW - A novel phylum-level archaea characterized by combining single-cell and metagenomic approaches
  • Post-080 (#83) - Lucas AUER - How to design an efficient and robust pipeline for 16S rRNA-gene sequence analysis to improve our understanding on microbial communities?
  • Post-081 (#84) - Charlie PAUVERT - Accurate taxonomy assignments in cheeses ecosystems via a metagenomic approach
  • Post-082 (#93) - Nicolas PARISOT - Selection of oligonucleotide probes for high-throughput exploration of complex environments
  • Post-083 (#97) - Lucas AUER - FROGS: Find Rapidly OTU with Galaxy Solution
  • Post-084 (#100) - Cyrielle GASC - Gene capture by hybridization for accurate taxonomic affiliation
  • Post-85 (#104) - Pierre PERICARD - Sensitive recovery of wild-type markers from metatranscriptomic data
  • Post-086 (#121) - Anne OUDART - panam2Pprobe, a tool for designing primers from high-throughput sequencing
  • Post-087 (#131) - Corentin HOCHART - Virome data analysis by cross-assemblage
  • Post-088 (#149) - Catherine BRETON - Métabarcode et réseaux de co-occurence révèlent l’impact des perturbations sur les communautés associées aux herbiers de zostères
  • Post-089 (#81) - Stéphanie BORNES - Influence des procédés de fabrication industrielle sur l’expression génique du Lactobacillus rhamnosus Lcr35®
  • Post-090 (#126) - Jules CISSOKO - NutriQuantic : une Application Smartphone pour Déterminer l’Adéquation de la Prise Alimentaire vis-à-vis des Recommandations Nutritionnelles
  • Post-091 (#137) - Nadia BESSOLTANE-BENTAHAR - RNAseq analysis: Evaluation of response to anastrozole and fulvestrant in postmenopausal women with estrogen receptor (ER)-positive breast cancer
  • Post-092 (#7) - Imene BOUDELLIOUA - Association Rule Mining for Metabolic Pathway Prediction
  • Post-093 (#9) - Cécile MONAT - TOGGLE: TOolbox for Generic nGs analyses
  • Post-094 (#10) - Michael ALAUX - Wheat@URGI website for genomics, genetics and phenomics wheat data
  • Post-095 (#11) - Ndomassi TANDO - Framboisine: A mini-cluster solution for the Southern Countries
  • Post-096 (#21) - Luyen LE NGOC - Development of a generic indexing tool to optimize the use of biological data
  • Post-097 (#24) - Jocelyn BRAYET - Integration of RSAT tools in Galaxy with SOAP web services
  • Post-098 (#25) - Martial BRIAND - Orthomcl-Companion : un outil d'aide à l'interprétation d'analyses de familles protéiques
  • Post-099 (#27) - Aurélien BERNARD - TriAnnot: A workflow for plant genome automated structural and functional annotation – international distribution
  • Post-100 (#28) - Simon PENEL - Nouveaux développements dans la construction de HOGENOM une base de données de phylogénomique
  • Post-101 (#37) - Hiba ABI HUSSEIN - PockDrug-Server: a web server for predicting pocket druggability     
  • Post-102 (#41) - Arnaud KRESS - Workflows for comparative protein analysis using PipeAlign in Galaxy
  • Post-103 (#50) - Alexis ALLOT - MyGeneFriends: a social network linking genes, diseases and researchers
  • Post-104 (#52) - Mathilde LAINÉ - BreedWheat genotyping and phenotyping data in GnpIS information system
  • Post-105 (#59) - Florian PHILIPPE - Data integration in the agronomic domain: national and international data discovery system               
  • Post-106 (#65) - Guillaume MERCERON - GnpAsso: a generic workbench for managing and exploiting genetic association studies results using high throughput genotyping and phenotyping data
  • Post-107 (#76) - Vincent J. HENRY - OMIC-Onto: a resource for search and indexation of databases and analytical software for omic data
  • Post-108 (#80) - Emeric SEVIN - de novo Assembly of large and complex genomes: a cloud-oriented hybrid solution
  • Post-109 (#94) - Juraj MICHALIK - Mise à jour du site web spécialisé à l'analyse des CRISPRs
  • Post-110 (#107) - Thibault DAYRIS - The transcript isoform quantification conundrum: an overview
  • Post-111 (#113) - Benoit Bely - How UniProtKB/TrEMBL Tackles High Redundant Proteomes
  • Post-112 (#116) - Sandrine PERRIN - An automated and modular output quality control pipeline for Illumina sequencers
  • Post-113 (#118) - Sophie LEMOINE - Validate and keep up-to-date the annotations dedicated to RNA-Seq
  • Post-114 (#123) - Nicolas FRANCILLONNE - A computational architecture designed for genome annotation: oak genome sequencing project as a use case
  • Post-115 (#128) - Artem KOURLAIEV - TASKMANAGER: Massively parallelizable workflow management
  • Post-116 (#139) - Rachel TORCHET - HUB Bioinformatique et Biostatistique à l’Institut Pasteur
  • Post-117 (#156) - Christophe BLANCHET - Le Cloud Académique IFB pour les Sciences du Vivant
  • Post-118 (#159) - Marie GROSJEAN - A RAINBio over the Life Sciences Cloud