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Softwares developed at the GIPSE

Published on 5 February 2019



The GIPSE group develops scientific softwares that answer to different needs (data traceability or analysis…). Some of these softwares are distributed (as a free software for academic community, by a software editor…).

You will find below a short description of the softwares developed by the team. If you are interested in one of them or if you have software development needs, don’t hesitate to contact us.

ActinSimu
: Simulation of cytoskeleton self assembly

AFMData
: Management of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) images

DataMoss
: Management of a Mössbauer platform

FlexibleMeccano: Analysis of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) data measured on disordered proteins

IDEA
: Analysis of data extracted from cell images

miRViz
: Visualization of microRNA data

Morpheus: Search of transcription factor binding sites

OptiLink
: Generation of scripts for controlling a protein crystallisation platform robot

RoBioMOL
: Management of gene cloning and protein expression platform

SculptorCNS
: Analysis of 5 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) orientational constraints

SeedUSoon: Management of transgenic plant lines

Seq3A: Management of a protein sequencing platform

SimuMoss
: Mössbauer spectra analysis

TAMIS: Search of bioactive molecules on cellular targets

VIDEOCELL
: Visualization of video microscopy images