Webinar on genome-scale modelling for consortia design

Published: May 28, 2024 by FME Lab

Last Tuesday 28th of May, Elham Karimi, Stephane Chaillou (Micalis, Food Microbial Ecology research group) and Valentin Loux (MaIAge) have organised in the frame of the #DominoEU project a webinar training session on genome-scale modelling (GSM).

This training aimed at performing the first cross-capacity building between two workpackages (WP3: Open access databases & computational tools) and (WP4: design of microbial consortia for sustainable plant-based fermented foods) and towards scientists from various background. GSM will be used in #DominoEU project for the design of microbial solution for various plant-based fermented food. Metagenomic and genomic data from samples and strains isolated at the beginning of the project will be used as template for this very challenging but exciting modelling. Next steps will be the GSM workshop 24-26th of June in INRAE Jouy-en-Josas.

Special thanks to the participants: Pascal Bonnarme, Vincent Hervé, Ayité Adama, Sophie Schbath (INRAE) ; Ilaria Ferrocino, Kelly Rantsiou (UNITO) ; Abelardo Margolles, Pedro Riesco, Lorena Ruiz (CSIC) ; Bastien Renard, Christèle Humblot (IRD) ; John Kenny, Katie O’Mahony, Anik Khan (TEAGASC) ; Jekaterina Kazantseva (TFAK) ; Claudia Mengoni, Hriturak Dey (UNITN) ; Tanja Kostic (AIT).

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