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Genoscope - National Center of Sequencing


 
    



Director: Patrick Wincker
email:   patrick.winckercea.fr


After having been one of the players in the human genome project, Genocope is currently turning toward environmental genomics. The exploitation of sequence data, extended by the experimental identification of biological functions, particularly in the fields of biocatalysis, affords new prospects for industrial biotechnological development. With a rationale of sustainable development, Genoscope is investigating for biological solutions in synthetic chemistry in order to render that chemistry les polluting, less energy consuming and less fossilized carbon based. 
Published on 5 February 2018


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Publications

  
Microbial communities in pyrene amended soil-compost mixture and fertilized soil
Viral to metazoan marine plankton nucleotide sequences from the Tara Oceans expedition
The cacao Criollo genome v2.0: an improved version of the genome for genetic and functional genomic studies
Molecular phylogenetics of Sarcolaenaceae (Malvales), Madagascar's largest endemic plant family (vol 182, pg 729, 2016)
Mutations in ACTRT1 and its enhancer RNA elements lead to aberrant activation of Hedgehog signaling in inherited and sporadic basal cell carcinomas
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