We are a bioinformatics research group affiliated with INRIA Lille - Nord Europe and Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale de Lille (LIFL, Université Lille 1, CNRS).
The main goal of our research is to define combinatorial models and efficient algorithms for large-scale sequence analysis in molecular biology. This includes genome annotation, comparative genomics, Next Generation Sequencing, noncoding RNAs, genome rearrangements, non ribosomal peptides.
See our software server, our Inria activity report and the list of publications.
This is a pluridisciplinary initiative of University Lille 1 to promote bioinformatics.
The website is here.
: DNA homology search
: Classification and multiple alignment of coding/noncoding RNAs by comparative analysis
: Structure prediction with caRNAc
, structure alignment with gardenia
, locally optimal secondary structures with regliss
, prediction of noncoding RNA genes by comparative analysis with CG-seq
: Unique resource for non ribosomal peptides
: The noncoding RNA annotation platform
: Repository of open-source parallel bioinformatics code in OpenCL
Lille is located within the triangle Paris-Brussels-London. The vertices of the triangle are reachable by train respectively in 1 hour (Paris), 40 minutes (Brussels) and 1.5 hour (London).
Our postal address is
||LIFL - Bâtiment M3
59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
Directions (in french) can be found here.