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IntAct provides an open source database and toolkit for the storage, presentation and analysis of protein interactions. The web interface provides both textual and graphical representations of protein interactions, and allows exploring interaction networks in the context of the GO annotations of the interacting proteins. A web service allows direct(More)
UNLABELLED ProViz is a tool for the visualization of protein-protein interaction networks, developed by the IntAct European project. It provides facilities for navigating in large graphs and exploring biologically relevant features, and adopts emerging standards such as GO and PSI-MI. AVAILABILITY ProViz is available under the GPL and may be freely(More)
Our knowledge of yeast genomes remains largely dominated by the extensive studies on Saccharomyces cerevisiae and the consequences of its ancestral duplication, leaving the evolution of the entire class of hemiascomycetes only partly explored. We concentrate here on five species of Saccharomycetaceae, a large subdivision of hemiascomycetes, that we call(More)
The Génolevures online database (http://cbi.labri.fr/Genolevures/) provides tools and data relative to 4 complete and 10 partial genome sequences determined and manually annotated by the Génolevures Consortium, to facilitate comparative genomic studies of hemiascomycetous yeasts. With their relatively small and compact genomes, yeasts offer a unique(More)
The study of evolutionary mechanisms is made more and more accurate by the increase in the number of fully sequenced genomes. One of the main problems is to reconstruct plausible ancestral genome architectures based on the comparison of contemporary genomes. Current methods have largely focused on finding complete architectures for ancestral genomes, and,(More)
The Génolevures online database (http://cbi.labri.fr/Genolevures/ and http://genolevures.org/) provides exploratory tools and curated data sets relative to nine complete and seven partial genome sequences determined and manually annotated by the Génolevures Consortium, to facilitate comparative genomic studies of Hemiascomycete yeasts. The 2008 update to(More)
Polyploidization is an important process in the evolution of eukaryotic genomes, but ensuing molecular mechanisms remain to be clarified. Autopolyploidization or whole-genome duplication events frequently are resolved in resulting lineages by the loss of single genes from most duplicated pairs, causing transient gene dosage imbalance and accelerating(More)
Constructing a small BDD from a given boolean formula depends on finding a good variable ordering. Finding a good order is NP-complete. In the past, methods based on heuristic analysis and formula (circuit) rewriting have shown to be useful for specific problem domains. We show that these methods need to be integrated: heuristic analysis can drive(More)
MOTIVATION Reliable identification of protein families is key to phylogenetic analysis, functional annotation and the exploration of protein function diversity in a given phylogenetic branch. As more and more complete genomes are sequenced, there is a need for powerful and reliable algorithms facilitating protein families construction. RESULTS We have(More)
Gene fusion and fission events are key mechanisms in the evolution of gene architecture, whose effects are visible in protein architecture when they occur in coding sequences. Until now, the detection of fusion and fission events has been performed at the level of protein sequences with a post facto removal of supernumerary links due to paralogy, and often(More)