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I obtained a PhD in phylogeny in 2008 at the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris, then worked as a post-doc in Torino (Italy, 2009 – 2011) and Faro (Portugal, 2011 – 2013) where I worked on methodological aspects of phylogeny. In 2013, I have been hired as research engineer in bioinformatics at the Institut de Génétique Humaine in Montpellier where I wrote tools to analyse high-throughput sequencing data, especially small RNA-seq. This is also the kind of job I do now at Institut Pasteur, since 2016. I enjoy programming in python, I’m interested in evolutionary biology, and I find teaching the UNIX command-line a rewarding activity. My published work is available here: http://www.normalesup.org/~bli/useful.html
GenomicsNon coding RNATranscriptomicsSofware development and engineeringGeneticsWorkflow and pipeline development
Insect or arthropodOther animalDrosophila melanogaster (Fruit fly)C. elegans
- Training project for bacterial ChIP-seq Analysis on Streptococcus agalactiae(Maria vittoria MAZZUOLI - Biology of Gram-Positive Pathogens) - In Progress
- Identification of the mouse and/or rat orthologues of the human gene ANOS1, responsible for the X-chromosome-linked form of Kallmann syndrome(Jean-Pierre HARDELIN - Genetics and Physiology of Hearing) - In Progress
- Insight into the Immune System: A bioresource and data-sharing platform to study chronic inflammatory diseases (IsIShare)(helene LAUDE - Other) - Closed + 1 project
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individual-nucleotide resolution Cross-Linking and ImmunoPrecipitation (iCLIP) of Argonaute proteins in C. elegans
We are mapping the interactions between argonaute proteins and their target RNAs at nucleotide resolution to reveals preferential binding sites on RNAs
Characterization of the role of Argonaute proteins in regulating germline gene expression at the transcriptional and the post-transcriptional levels.
This research project focuses on the characterization of the role of small RNAs and their associated Argonaute proteins in transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation of germline gene expression. Using the nematode C. elegans, we have recently showed that one of the germline-expressed Argonaute protein, CSR-1, promotes germline transcription. However, CSR-1 also possess an endonucleolytic activity that might participate in post-transcriptional silencing. Therefore, two possible functions of the protein might regulate the germline transcriptome. 1) CSR-1 promotes specific germline transcription programs in the nucleus, and 2) negatively regulates expression of target transcripts in the cytoplasm. To gain mechanistic insights into these two functions, we aim to use RNA-seq, sRNA-seq, ChIP-seq, GRO-seq, Ribo-seq, RIP-seq, iCLIP in wild type worms, knock out and catalytic inactive mutants of CSR-1 protein at different times of germline development.