Welcome to the Microbiogenomics project's home page
This project is an ANR project, part of the "Action de Recherche Amont (ARA) Masse de Données"
12/11/2008 : Revue de fin de projet MDMSA 05 par l'ANR
01/11/2008 : Nouvel arrivant dans le projet: Damien Devienne, postdoctorant. voir liste des participants
- With the knowledge of whole genomes, biologists can now adopt an encyclopaedic approach, considering all the genes, proteins, functional pathways, etc. of an organism and comparing the features of different genomes. Currently 415 microbial genomes have been sequenced and about 1000 are in progress. To help using this deluge of data we propose in this project to design an integrated resource for microbial genomics.
- The objective is to gather together relevant genomic data and to make them available to various data mining approaches in spite of their heterogeneity. To fully exploit these data, an interactive system will be designed that allows to extract relevant pieces of knowledge using efficient and powerful queries. This system will be endowed with innovative graphic interfaces, taking advantage of the human vision to guide the exploration of stored data.
For more information about the project, please go to: Presentation
The three partners of this project are:
Institut de génétique et microbiologie
Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique
Unité Mathématique, Informatique et Génomes
For more information about the members, please go to : ProjectMembers
Publications and Softwares
The list of publications and softwares produced within the project is available here