Philippe Leleux

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Koi herpesvirus disease (KHVD) is an emerging disease that causes mass mortality in koi and common carp, Cyprinus carpio L. Its causative agent is Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 (CyHV-3), also known as koi herpesvirus (KHV). Although data on the pathogenesis of this deadly virus is relatively abundant in the literature, still little is known about its genomic(More)
This paper presents a simple and fast approach for genome scaffolding, combining constraint modeling and simple graph manipulation. We model the scaffolding problem as an optimization problem on a graph built from a paired-end reads alignment on contigs, then describe an heuristic to solve this problem with the iterative combination of local constraints(More)
The early E ≤ 511 keV gamma–ray emission from novae depends critically on the F(p,α)O reaction. Unfortunately the reaction rate of the F(p,α)O reaction is still largely uncertain due to the unknown strengths of low–lying proton resonances near the F+p threshold which play an important role in the nova temperature regime. We report here our last results(More)
Aeschynomene evenia has emerged as a new model legume for the deciphering of the molecular mechanisms of an alternative symbiotic process that is independent of the Nod factors. Whereas most of the research on nitrogen-fixing symbiosis, legume genetics and genomics has so far focused on Galegoid and Phaseolid legumes, A. evenia falls in the more basal and(More)
Three calibration campaigns of the spectrometer SPI have been performed before launch in order to determine the instrument characteristics, such as the effective detection area, the spectral resolution and the angular resolution. Absolute determination of the effective area has been obtained from simulations and measurements. At 1 MeV, the effective area is(More)
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