Amélie Cessieux

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Numerous biological mechanisms are synchronized by the circadian rhythm in species so diverse as mushrooms, drosophiles or mammals. Because of its ubiquity and of its implication in numerous cellular functions, we believe important to be able to extract the main " coarse-grain " mechanisms common to a majority of organisms. In this chapter we consider both(More)
Knowledge of the subcellular location of a protein provides valuable information about its function, possible interaction with other proteins and drug targetability, among other things. The experimental determination of a protein’s location in the cell is expensive, time consuming and open to human error. Fast and accurate predictors of subcellular location(More)
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