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Name: Dr. Medigue, Claudine
Address: 2, rue Gaston Crémieux
Institution: Atelier de Génomique Comparative (AGC) Genoscope/CNRS UMR 8030
 
City: Evry Zip: 91057
Country: France Phone: 01 60 87 84 59
    Fax: (33) 1 60 87 25 14
Email: cmedigue@genoscope.cns.fr
www: http://www.genoscope.cns.fr/externe/English/Projets/AGC/

 

Research Topics:
• Methods for functional annotation and comparative genomics. • Databases for genomics and representation of knowledge. • Conception of servers for methods and databases. • Bacterial genomics: statistics applied to genomic data (nucleic acids and proteins), detection of genomic islands, evolutionary mechanisms (conservation of syntenies in bacterial genomes, fissions/fusions of genes), study of ORFans. • Bacterial metabolism: prediction and comparison of metabolic networks; characterization of "orphan enzymes".

 

Organisms studied:
  • Escherichia sp.
  • Helicobacter sp.
  • Leptospira sp.
  • Neisseria spec.
  • Neisseria sp.
  • Photorhabdus sp.
  • Pseudomonas sp.
  • Xenorhabdus sp.
  • Yersinia

 

Special methods / technologies:
In the context of the MicroScope platform (http://www.genoscope.cns.fr/agc/microscope), the following genomic and metabolic databases for microbial pathogens have been built :- Burkholderia sp. (BurkholScope) - Escherichia sp. (ColiScope) - Neisseria sp. (NeisseriaScope) - Photorhabdus sp. (PhotoScope) - Pseudomonas sp. (PseudomonaScope) - Helicobacter sp. (PyloriScope) - Leptospira sp. (SpiroScope) - Xenorhabdus sp. (XenorhabduScope) - Yersinia sp. (YersiniaScope)

 

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