Florence Corpet

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An algorithm is presented for the multiple alignment of sequences, either proteins or nucleic acids, that is both accurate and easy to use on microcomputers. The approach is based on the conventional dynamic-programming method of pairwise alignment. Initially, a hierarchical clustering of the sequences is performed using the matrix of the pairwise alignment(More)
Signature databases are vital tools for identifying distant relationships in novel sequences and hence for inferring protein function. InterPro is an integrated documentation resource for protein families, domains and functional sites, which amalgamates the efforts of the PROSITE, PRINTS, Pfam and ProDom database projects. Each InterPro entry includes a(More)
ProDom contains all protein domain families automatically generated from the SWISS-PROT and TrEMBL sequence databases (http://www. toulouse.inra.fr/prodom.html ). ProDom-CG results from a similar domain analysis as applied to completed genomes (http://www.toulouse. inra.fr/prodomCG.html ). Recent improvements to the ProDom database and its server include:(More)
Data on the segregation of human markers in somatic hybrids between permanent rodent cell lines and primary human cells were gathered and statistically analyzed, using various criteria of association. The analysis provides evidence that human chromosomes do not segregate independently in somatic cell hybrids. A statistical decision rule concerning synteny(More)
We have developed an algorithm and a computer program for aligning new RNA sequences with a bank of aligned homologous RNA sequences. Given a common folding structure for the bank, the program performs an alignment between the bank and a new sequence, optimal both in terms of primary and secondary structure. This method is useful to align sequences that(More)
The ProDom database contains protein domain families generated from the SWISS-PROT database by automated sequence comparisons. The current version was built with a new improved procedure based on recursive PSI-BLAST homology searches. ProDom can be searched on the World Wide Web to study domain arrangements within either known families or new proteins, with(More)
The ProDom database contains protein domain families generated from the SWISS-PROT database by automated sequence comparisons. It can be searched on the World Wide Web (http://protein.toulouse.inra. fr/prodom.html ) or by E-mail (prodom@toulouse.inra.fr) to study domain arrangements within known families or new proteins. Strong emphasis has been put on the(More)
We present the outcome of a systematic analysis of protein domain shuffling in 17 completed microbial genomes. This analysis has been performed using MKDOM Version 2, a completely new version of the domain clustering program MKDOM based on PSI-BLAST recursive homology searches. It allows to delineate the most frequent protein domain building blocks, which(More)
The minimum antibiotic concentrations for selecting an R plasmid in vivo were determined in germfree mice colonized by two isogenic strains of Escherichia coli, one of which carried an R plasmid. Seventy groups of three gnotobiotic mice were given low doses of ampicillin, colistin, flumequin, gentamicin, tetracycline, or streptomycin via drinking water for(More)
MOTIVATION Multiple alignments of protein sequences are the basis of structural and functional analysis of protein families. It is however difficult even for an expert biologist to comprehend an alignment of more than 50 to 100 homologous sequences. RESULTS This paper presents a browser for the analysis of multiple alignments of large numbers of protein(More)