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Crystallisation of trypsin-modified methionyl-tRNA synthetase from Escherichia coli

Jean-Pierre Waller, Jean-Loup Risler, Claude Monteilhet, Charles Zelwer
1971 FEBS Letters  
doi:10.1016/0014-5793(71)80128-x pmid:11945935 fatcat:wueyfpzmzrgsdb64zr6duueqhq

Phylogeny of related functions: the case of polyamine biosynthetic enzymes

Agnieszka Sekowska, Jean-Loup Risler, Antoine Danchin
2000 Microbiology  
RISLER ..................................................................................................................................................................................................  ... 
doi:10.1099/00221287-146-8-1815 pmid:10931887 fatcat:pbz32ylvxjgfhniwwu3v2riery

Genomics of glycopeptidolipid biosynthesis in Mycobacterium abscessus and M. chelonae

Fabienne Ripoll, Caroline Deshayes, Sophie Pasek, Françoise Laval, Jean-Luc Beretti, Franck Biet, Jean-Loup Risler, Mamadou Daffé, Gilles Etienne, Jean-Louis Gaillard, Jean-Marc Reyrat
2007 BMC Genomics  
Titre Genomics of glycopeptidolipid biosynthesis in Mycobacterium abscessus and M. chelonae Type de publication Article de revue Auteur Ripoll, Fabienne [1]
doi:10.1186/1471-2164-8-114 pmid:17490474 pmcid:PMC1885439 fatcat:ziugmvb4jfetvjqwjspc5slt7m

The membrane proteins encoded by yeast chromosome III genes

A. Goffeau, Kenta Nakai, Piotr Slominski, Jean-Loup Risler
1993 FEBS Letters  
Examples are given for the analysis of the 68 putative membrane proteins encoded among the 170 predicted genes identified by the systematic sequencing of yeast chromosome III [(1992) Nature 357, 38-561. Genome project; Chromosome III; Yeast; Gene product; Membrane protein 112 Published by Elsevier Science Publishers B. V. Volume 325, number 1,2 FEBS LETTERS
doi:10.1016/0014-5793(93)81425-y pmid:8513882 fatcat:qtn5hiig6jdb5lsz46h3mpmr5y

Two isomorphous heavy-atom derivatives of crystalline methionyl-tRNA synthetase fromEscherichia coli

Claude Monteilhet, Charles Zelwer, Jean-Loup Risler
1974 FEBS Letters  
doi:10.1016/0014-5793(74)80344-3 pmid:4608416 fatcat:tzgtzia6wrfmzlulsft2imtspu

Non Mycobacterial Virulence Genes in the Genome of the Emerging Pathogen Mycobacterium abscessus

Fabienne Ripoll, Sophie Pasek, Chantal Schenowitz, Carole Dossat, Valérie Barbe, Martin Rottman, Edouard Macheras, Beate Heym, Jean-Louis Herrmann, Mamadou Daffé, Roland Brosch, Jean-Loup Risler (+2 others)
2009 PLoS ONE  
Mycobacterium abscessus is an emerging rapidly growing mycobacterium (RGM) causing a pseudotuberculous lung disease to which patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) are particularly susceptible. We report here its complete genome sequence. The genome of M. abscessus (CIP 104536T) consists of a 5,067,172-bp circular chromosome including 4920 predicted coding sequences (CDS), an 81-kb full-length prophage and 5 IS elements, and a 23-kb mercury resistance plasmid almost identical to pMM23 from
more » ... rium marinum. The chromosome encodes many virulence proteins and virulence protein families absent or present in only small numbers in the model RGM species Mycobacterium smegmatis. Many of these proteins are encoded by genes belonging to a "mycobacterial" gene pool (e.g. PE and PPE proteins, MCE and YrbE proteins, lipoprotein LpqH precursors). However, many others (e.g. phospholipase C, MgtC, MsrA, ABC Fe(3+) transporter) appear to have been horizontally acquired from distantly related environmental bacteria with a high G+C content, mostly actinobacteria (e.g. Rhodococcus sp., Streptomyces sp.) and pseudomonads. We also identified several metabolic regions acquired from actinobacteria and pseudomonads (relating to phenazine biosynthesis, homogentisate catabolism, phenylacetic acid degradation, DNA degradation) not present in the M. smegmatis genome. Many of the "non mycobacterial" factors detected in M. abscessus are also present in two of the pathogens most frequently isolated from CF patients, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Burkholderia cepacia. This study elucidates the genetic basis of the unique pathogenicity of M. abscessus among RGM, and raises the question of similar mechanisms of pathogenicity shared by unrelated organisms in CF patients.
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005660 pmid:19543527 pmcid:PMC2694998 fatcat:l6eqa7oldrdxna4yhvoenm2hbu

A comparison of several similarity indices used in the classification of protein sequences: a multivariate analysis

Claudine Landés, Alain Hénaut, Jean-Loup Risler
1992 Nucleic Acids Research  
The present work describes an attempt to identify reliable criteria which could be used as distance indices between protein sequences. Seven different criteria have been tested: i and ii) the scores of the alignments as given by the BESTFIT and the FASTA programs; iii) the ratio parametrer, i.e. the BESTFIT score divided by the length of the aligned peptides; iv and v) the statistical significance (Z-scores) of the scores calculated by BESTFIT and FASTA, as obtained by comparison with shuffled
more » ... equences; vi) the Z-scores provided by the program RELATE which performs a segment-by-segment comparison of 2 sequences, and vii) an original distance index calculated by the program DOCMA from all the pairwise dotplots between the sequences. These 7 criteria have been tested against the aminoacid sequences of 39 globins and those of the 20 aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases from E. cofi. The distances between the sequences were analyzed by the multivariate analysis techniques. The results show that the distances calculated from the scores of the pairwise alignments are not adequately sensitive. The Z-score from RELATE is not selective enough and too demanding in computer time. Three criteria gave a classification consistent with the known similarities between the sequences in the sets, namely the Zscores from BESTFIT and FASTA and the multiple dotplot comparison distance index from DOCMA.
doi:10.1093/nar/20.14.3631 pmid:1641329 pmcid:PMC334011 fatcat:o74nry4y2jfytawsdn34etn45m

GenoPlante-Info (GPI): a collection of databases and bioinformatics resources for plant genomics

D. Samson
2003 Nucleic Acids Research  
Galaud, Philippe Joudrier, Dominique Brunel, Anne-Françoise Adam-Blondon, Norbert Rolland, Cécile Fizames, Alain Gojon, Michel Caboche, Jean-Loup Risler, Catherine Christophe and many others.  ...  We thank Benjamin Preciado and the Infobiogen team (Guy Vaysseix, Francis Capy, François Laissus, Didier Gillet, Xavier Benigni, Jean-Marc Plaza and Claire Valencien) for their support in system and network  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkg060 pmid:12519976 pmcid:PMC165507 fatcat:2rggwjp6xbh3re6whcjibiblea

Shufflet: shuffling sequences while conserving the k-let counts

E. Coward
1999 Bioinformatics  
Acknowledgements I would like to thank Jean-Loup Risler and Alex Grossmann for helpful comments. This work was supported by grant 125679/410 from the Norwegian Research Council.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/15.12.1058 pmid:10745997 fatcat:7rvu2nbxufhlnc3dt3fnmkm4qy

Jean-Yves Tadié (dir.), Proust et ses amis

Thomas Carrier-Lafleur
1969 @nalyses  
Et parmi les amis, que l'on connaît également : la comtesse de Noailles, les Finaly, Daniel Halévy, Robert Dreyfus, Jacques Bizet, Jean-Louis Vaudoyer, George de Lauris, Reynaldo Hahn, Édouard Risler,  ...  C'est la tâche que se sont donnée Jean-Yves Tadié et ses collègues proustiens de premier ordre à l'occasion d'un colloque qui s'est tenu en 2008.  ... 
doi:10.18192/analyses.v6i1.776 fatcat:lnxxaqm5szeulnrkvuo3pumpla

Urbanisme, Urbanologie, études urbaines : l'improbable classification

Thierry PAQUOT
2013 Hermès  
Essai d'urbanologie, et reconnaît (Paquot, 2008) que cette « urbanologie » à laquelle il appelait n'attirera que peu d'élus -certes, certains auteurs se présenteront comme « urbanologues », tels Jean-Loup  ...  Cities in Evolution (1915), à des Français voulant combiner « l'utile à l'agréable » dans la fabrication des villes à l'orée du xx e siècle (Nicolas HERMÈS 67, 2013 Forestier, Eugène Hénard, Georges Risler  ... 
doi:10.4267/2042/51892 fatcat:rbsqkzujgbahzciadduit5gpty

Méthodologie de la prosopographie à l'époque contemporaine

Isabelle Parizet
2018 École pratique des hautes études Section des sciences historiques et philologiques Livret-Annuaire  
Autre exemple mais au Champ de Mars cette fois, Alexandre Marcel et Charles Risler avaient été choisis par M.  ...  Enin, il fut appelé toujours avec Charles Risler par une société privée, la Compagnie des messageries maritimes.  ... 
doi:10.4000/ashp.2629 fatcat:f4oqznrsizhitefag26zjb7npu

A brief history of genome research and bioinformatics in France

A. Danchin
2000 Bioinformatics  
Many scientists interacted with our group (Alain Chenciner, Jean-Michel Lasry, Pierre Lusson, Michka Naïditch, Jean Petitot, Pierre Rosenstiehl, Gabriel Ruget, Bernard Saint-Loup, and even Benoît Mandelbrodt  ...  Risler, William Saurin, Henry Soldano, Alain Viari.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/16.1.65 pmid:10812478 fatcat:7mxnfblvejhnhnlg2khh7w7ncu

Méthodes mathématiques pour estimer le champ de concentration d'un polluant gazeux à partir des valeurs mesurées aux points dispersés

Anda Ionescu, Eric Mayer, Iolanda Colda
1996 Pollution Atmosphérique  
Légende : '" Station de mesure Airparif ; 12F75 Rue de la Brèche aux Loups, 75012 Paris ; 13F75 Rue G.  ...  Parmi toutes les triangulations associés , elle rend maximum le plus petit des angles des triangles [Berstel, 1991] , [Risler, 1991] .  ... 
doi:10.4267/pollution-atmospherique.3825 fatcat:2iyzrzvmpnesjfeh2vac5przhi

Page 1407 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
(Summary) 98b:83088 83630 (81130, 83C57) Roussel, Jean-Francois (with Gervais, Jean-Loup) Solving the strongly coupled 2D gravity IIL. String susceptibility and topological N -point functions.  ...  1407 1998 — (with Aubert, Anne-Marie; Michel, Jean Christian Marie) Correspondance de Howe pour les groupes réductifs sur les corps finis.  ... 
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