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December 13, 2017

Alessandra Carbone and Elodie Laine are organizing the "UPMC Young Researchers' Meeting: Modeling Complex Biological Systems"

The talks on current work in computational biology at UPMC will be given by PhD students and Postdocs working at UPMC labs. It will be an opportunity to listen at ongoing research and learn what is done in close by departments.

The up to date program is available here
 

October 12, 2017

F.Nadalin and A.Carbone published CIPS, a new computational method for scoring protein docking decoys based on a combination of residue-residue contact preferences and interface compositional bias. CIPS outperforms state-of-the-art methods on screening protein-protein docking models and improves the ranking on 28 CAPRI targets. The drastic reduction of candidate solutions produced by thousands of proteins docked against each other makes large-scale docking accessible to analysis.

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September 13, 2017

We highlight our new database Plasmobase to the community working in malaria with a new blog appeared in malariaworld.org.

June 5, 2017

Elodie Laine and Alessandra Carbone organize the mini-symposium « Formal methods in the eyes of biological data » the 5th of June in Ronce-les-Bains. The symposium will highlight recent mathematical developments toward elucidating biological questions or modeling complex biological systems. It will illustrate the cross-talk between formal methods and biological data. The symposium is hosted by the SMAI congress (http://smai.emath.fr/smai2017/) and sponsored by the GDR BIM (http://www.gdr-bim.cnrs.fr/).

June 2, 2017

Plasmobase is a unique database designed for the comparative study of 11 Plasmodium genomes. Plasmobase proposes new domain architectures as well as new domain families that have never been reported before for these genomes. It allows for an easy comparison among architectures within Plasmodium species and with other species, described in UniProt. Joint work of J.Bernardes and A.Carbone.

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June 2, 2017

BIS2Analyzer is a webserver providing the online analysis of coevolving amino-acid pairs in protein alignments, especially designed for vertebrate and viral protein families, which typically display a small number of highly similar sequences. (A.Carbone team) 

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February 16, 2017

World Community Grid (WCG - IBM) posts a news on our new article appeared in Proteins exploring a fundamental principle of protein sociability.This work used data obtained in the first phase of our project "Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy Project" with WCG. This work is part of the MAPPING project (Investissement d'Avenir en Bioinformatique).

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September 15, 2016

The LCQB laboratory is in the CNRS Journal for his project MetaSUB Paris.

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August 19, 2016

World Community Grid (WCG - IBM) posts a news on our new article appeared in Proteins exploring data obtained in WCG during the "Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy Project". This work is part of the MAPPING project (Investissement d'Avenir en Bioinformatique).

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July 20, 2016

Reviens Avec Tes Prélèvements et analyse les Big Data avec nous

MetaSUB Paris : Cartographier la Diversité Microbienne du Métro Parisien. An article by Marie Pinhas (UPMC) in french to explain the involvement of the lab in the MetaSUB project. 

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