1st Franco-Latinoamerican Workshop in Omics and Bioinformatics: Transposable Elements

The TELearning network is pleased to announce the first Franco-Latin American workshop on omics and bioinformatics. In this event, expert speakers will discuss topics related to databases and tools, transposable elements in aukaryotes and prokaryotes, evolution and current bioinformatics approaches. 

This virtual event will is free and will be held on 22-23 November 2021, you only need to register at the following:

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1st Franco-Latinamerican Workshop in Omics and Bioinformatics: Transposable Elements

Speakers

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Alexandre R. Paschoal

UTFPR, Brazil

Transposable elements discovery through artificial intelligence approaches

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Gustavo Isaza

Universidad de Caldas, Colombia

Coding DNA to Machine Learning : Features based on K-mer frequencies improve performance of Machine learning models in LTR retrotransposons classification

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Simón Orozco-Arias

Gonzalo Riadi

Universidad Autónoma de Manizales, Colombia

Inpactor2: A Neural Network-based approach to identify and classify LTR-retrotransposons in plant genomes

Universidad de Talca, Chile

Challenges in predicting the genomic origin of transcription of Transposable Elements using RNA-Seq data.

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Mathilde Dupeyron

IRD, France

DNA transposons in eukaryote genomes: diversity and evolution

Anna-Sophie Fiston-Lavier

Université de Montpellier, France

Transposable element detection and allele frequency estimates using long-read sequencing data combining assembly and mapping-based approaches

Emmanuelle Lerat

Université Lyon 1, France

Regulation and evolution of transposable elements in Drosophila

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Adriana Ludwig

 Instituto Carlos Chagas, Brazil

Exploring transposable elements in eukaryotes from a phylogenetic perspective 

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Marie-Anne Van Sluys

Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

UniTE: integrating tools for biodiversity

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Doris Vela

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Ecuador

Transposable elements in Neotropical species of Drosophila

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Cecilia Quiroga

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Structure and function of conjugative transposons from the ICE SXT/R391 family

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Federico D. Ariel

Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina

When junk DNA turns functional: transposon-derived non-coding RNAs in plants

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Romain Guyot

IRD, France

The analysis of transposable elements in 39 Coffea genomes reveals origin of genome size variation and genomic differentiation

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Alessandro M. Varani

UNESP, Brazil

TnCentral: a prokaryotic transposable element database and web portal for transposon analysis

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Tyler A. Elliott

University of Guelph, Canada

TE Hub: a community-oriented space for sharing and connecting tools, data, resources, and methods for TE annotation

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Doga Eskier

Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey

Computational challenges and workflows in analyzing the transcriptional regulatory contributions of TEs

Schedule

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Download the TELearning Workshop 2021 Abstract Book
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ORGANIZERS

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SUPPORT

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Claudia Silva

Gabriel Olguín

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Alexandre Rossi Paschoal
Universidade Federal Tecnológica do Paraná, Brazil

Gustavo Isaza
Universidad de Caldas, Colommbia

Romain Guyot
IRD, France

Simon Orozco Arias
Universidad Autónoma de Manizales, Colombia

Vinicius Maracaja-Coutinho
Universidad de Chile & ACCDIS, Chile

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