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  • Hi from Banyuls-sur-Mer, France

    Hello SeqAnswers community,

    After many years of profiting (mooching) from my anonymous friends on the internet, I am finally pledging to make a contribution by active participation as best I can.

    I have a bioinformatics background in:
    *Genomics: assembly, alignment, phylogenetics, calculation of diversity, population genomics.
    *Microbial ecology: 454-tag sequencing-based, and Illumina sequencing-based microbial ecology analyses.
    *RNA sequencing: differential expression analysis
    *Metagenomics: assembly, taxonomic and functional assignment of sequences.
    * a bit about proteomics and metaproteomics


    I have a biological background in:
    *phytoplankton
    *giant viruses
    *Antarctic lake microbial communities
    *and familiarity with genome evolution, hydrocarbon degrading bacteria, antibiotic resistance genes and microbial metabolism.

    Thanks you SeqAnswers friends. I hope to be of service,

    Sheree Yau

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    Welcome! I think the forum needs more people like you who are eager to contribute.

    Giant viruses?! Any relation to Jean-Michel Claverie's group?

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    • #3
      Thanks for the kind words Melissa! I'm working in a different group (on the smallest eukaryotes with not-so giant viruses) but we do have some collaborations with Jean-Michel Claverie's group.

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