Peer Bork

  • Cell cycle networks
    S. Brunak, Kopenhagen, Denmark
  • Chimpanzee genome analyis
    More than 100 scientists worldwide
  • Gene order
    P. Pevzner, UCSD, USA
  • Honey bee genome analysis
    More than 100 scientists worldwide
  • Human chromosome 2 and 4 analysis
    More than 100 authors worldwide
  • IP 3D repertoire (protein complexes)
    More than 100 scientists in Europe
  • IP Euromitocomp (mitoch. diseases)
    More than 100 scientists worldwide
  • Metagenomics
    E. Rubin, Joint Genome Institute, University of California, USA
  • Metazoan evolution
    J. Weissenbach, Genethon, Paris, France
  • NoE Eurasnet (splicing machinery)
    More than 100 scientists in Europe
  • NoE biosapiens (genome annot.)
    More than 100 scientists in Europe
  • Pathway analysis
    T. Dandekar, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
    S. Schuster, University of Jena, Jena, Germany
  • SMART tool
    C. Ponting, MRC, Oxford, United Kingdom
    R. Copley, Wellcome Trust, Oxford, United Kingdom
    J. Schultz, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
  • STREP ATD (altern. transcripts)
    6 European groups
  • STREP Genefun (Funct. pred.)
    7 European groups
  • STRING tool
    M. Huynen, University of Nejmengen, Nejmengen, Netherlands
    B. Snel, University of Nejmengen, Nejmengen, Netherlands
  • Sequence analysis
    E. Koonin, National Center for Biotechnology Information, USA
  • Signalling
    E. Kerkhoff, University of Würzburg), Germany
  • Text Mining
    M. Andrade, Ottawa Health Research Institute, Ottawa, Canada
    I. Rojas, EML, Heidelberg, Germany
    C. Perez, Ottawa Health Research Institute, Ottawa, Canada
    J. Saric , EML, Heidelberg, Germany