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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. 


EMPLOYMENT: Professor in synthetic biology

Published on 1 October 2020


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Publications

  
Genome-wide supermatrix analyses of maples (Acer, Sapindaceae) reveal recurring inter-continental migration, mass extinction, and rapid lineage divergence
Stealth Fluorescence Labeling for Live Microscopy Imaging of mRNA Delivery
Evaluating sediment and water sampling methods for the estimation of deep-sea biodiversity using environmental DNA
Bioinformatic pipelines combining denoising and clustering tools allow for more comprehensive prokaryotic and eukaryotic metabarcoding
Relative Influence of Plastic Debris Size and Shape, Chemical Composition and Phytoplankton-Bacteria Interactions in Driving Seawater Plastisphere Abundance, Diversity and Activity
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