Team, Visitors, External Collaborators
Overall Objectives
Research Program
Application Domains
Highlights of the Year
New Software and Platforms
New Results
Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Partnerships and Cooperations
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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

National Initiatives

IDEALG (ANR/PIA-Biotechnology and Bioresource)

Participant : Méziane Aite.

The project gathers 18 partners from Station Biologique de Roscoff (coordinator), CNRS, IFREMER, UEB, UBO, UBS, ENSCR, University of Nantes, INRA, AgroCampus, and the industrial field in order to foster biotechnology applications within the seaweed field. Dyliss is co-leader of the WP related to the establishment of a virtual platform for integrating omics studies on seaweed and the integrative analysis of seaweed metabolism. Major objectives are the building of brown algae metabolic maps, metabolic flux analysis and the selection of symbiotic bacteria for brown algae. We will also contribute to the prediction of specific enzymes (sulfatases and haloacid dehalogenase) [More details]. 2012–20. Total grant: 11M€. Dyliss grant: 534k€.

TGFSysBio (ITMO Cancer)

Participant : Olivier Dameron.

Partners are INSERM (coordinator) (IRSET, Univ. Rennes 1) CNRS (Dyliss team) and Inria (Antique, Paris). The TGFSYSBIO project aims at developing the first model of extracellular and intracellular TGF-beta system by combining a ruled-based modelling approach (kappa) and a Petri net modelling approach (cadbiom). 2015–18, extended in 2019. Total grant: 418k€. Dyliss grant: 129k€.

Programs funded by Inria

IPL Neuromarkers

Participant : Emmanuelle Becker.

This project involves mainly the Inria teams Aramis (coordinator) Dyliss, Genscale and Bonsai. The project aims at identifying the main markers of neurodegenerative pathologies through the production and the integration of imaging and bioinformatics data. Dyliss is in charge of facilitating the interoperability of imaging and bioinformatics data. In 2019 V. Kmetzsch started his PhD (supervized by E. Becker from Dyliss and O. Colliot from Aramis). 2017–20.

Askomics (ADT)

Participant : Olivier Dameron.

AskOmics [url] is a visual SPARQL query interface supporting both intuitive data integration and querying while avoiding the user to face most of the technical difficulties underlying RDF and SPARQL. The underlying motivation is that even though Linked (Open) Data now provide the infrastructure for accessing large corpora of data and knowledge, life science end-users seldom use them, nor contribute back their data to the LOD cloud by lack of technical expertise. AskOmics aims at bridging the gap between end users and the LOD cloud. 2018–2020.