I am Olivier Dennler, a PhD student in bioinformatics in the Dyliss (IRISA) and Dymec (IRSET) teams under Nathalie Théret's supervision. My research focuses on the analysis of protein sequences, specifically analyzing functional motif sequences. In order to do so, I am combining conservation detection with phylogenetic techniques. It is the goal of my thesis to identify and characterize the functional motif of ADAMTS-TSL proteins by applying phylogenomic and sequence analysis methods. I enjoy visualizing my results, particularly using the Itol tool (Here is an example for 214 ADAMTS-TSL proteins).
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- O. Dennler, F. Coste, S. Blanquart, C. Belleannée, N. Théret, Phylogenetic prediction of functional modules in ADAMTS-TSL proteins reveals sequence signatures involved in protein-protein interactions, Submitted, 2022.
- Alphy/AIEM 2022 Functional Motif Prediction in ADAMTS-TSL proteins Based on Module(s) and Phenotype(s) Co-appearance.
- WABI 2021 Phylogenetic Functional Module Characterization of the ADAMTS / ADAMTS like Protein Family. [HAL]
- JOBIM 2021 Phylogenetic Functional Module Characterization of the ADAMTS / ADAMTS like Protein Family. [HAL]
- 2018-2019 : TP/TD Python - Master M1 BioInformatique, 20h