L'unité MIG et l'unité MIAJ ont fusionné au 1er janvier 2015. Elles constituent dorénavant la nouvelle unité MaIAGE dont le site internet est accessible via l'URL suivante : http://maiage.jouy.inra.fr.

Séminaires 2012

Les séminaires ont en général lieu dans la bibliothèque du batiment MIG (233).
Contact : François Rodolphe (poste 2889)


2ème semestre 2012

22 Novembre
José Pedro Lopes Garcia
Computation Institute, University of Chicago
LIeu:salle réunion de MIG jouy
Titre: The ModelSEED pipeline for high-throughput generation of metabolic models and advances towards integrated metabolic regulatory models.
Résumé : Genome-scale metabolic models have proven to be valuable for predicting organism phenotypes from genotypes. Yet efforts to develop new models are failing to keep pace with genome sequencing. To address this problem, we introduce the Model SEED, a web-based resource for high-throughput generation, optimization and analysis of genome-scale metabolic models. Advances in sequencing technology are resulting in the rapid emergence of large numbers of complete genome sequences. High throughput annotation and metabolic modeling of these genomes is now a reality. The high throughput reconstruction and analysis of genome-scale transcriptional regulatory networks represents the next frontier in microbial bioinformatics. The fruition of this next frontier will depend upon the integration of numerous data sources relating to mechanisms, components, and behavior of the transcriptional regulatory machinery, as well as the integration of the regulatory machinery into genome-scale cellular models.

1er semestre 2012

21 Mars
Atsuko Yamaguchi
LIeu:salle réunion de MIA jouy
Titre: Integration of Multiple Life Science Databases Using RDF
Résumé : From the late 1990s, the rapid growth of genome and post-genome
projects have generated a massive amount of information, which is
however scattered in various databases in various forms. Under this
circumstance, we are developing an integrated environment that will
enable us to access various life science databases seamlessly using
semantic web technologies, such as RDF, ontologies, and so on. In this
talk, I will introduce activities in DBCLS to accomplish the goal,
which will include several public services and tool, and the
BioHackathon, an annual meeting for intensive development and exchange
of open-bio resources.
20 Mars
Jin-Dong Kim
LIeu:salle réunion de MIA jouy
Titre: Ontology-based, public development and sharing of language resources.
Résumé: Database Center for Life Science (DBCLS, Japan) is a research center
whose mission is to develop public services and infrastructure for
data sharing and integration. In its activities, language resources
including ontologies, dictionaries and corpora with annotations are
regarded as fundamental resources which are indispensible to glue
pieces of data from various data sources. To promote the development
and sharing of linguistic resources, we are developing frameworks and
services with emphasis on "ontology-based, public" development and
sharing. In the talk, I will talk about our efforts toward the
direction, and intoduce new services and tools we are developing which
will include OntoFinder, PubAnnotation, and BioQA.

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