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Génolevures is a large-scale comparative genomics project between Saccharomyces cerevisiae and other yeast species representative of the various branches of the Hemiascomycetous class. We sequence and manually curate both complete genomes and random genomic libraries.
Génolevures addresses basic questions concerning molecular evolution: species-specific and class-specific genes, distribution of genes among functional families, rate of divergence, mechanisms of chromosome shuffling. With their relative small genome size, yeasts offer a unique opportunity for exploring eukaryotic genome evolution by comparative analysis of several species.
Génolevures is a GDR (Groupement De Recherche) of the CNRS and its on-line resources are supported by an ACI IMPBIO (IMPB114) and by the Région Aquitaine.
|Jean-Luc Souciet||Strasbourg||Project Coordinator|