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June 8
USC Health Sciences Campus, Mayer Auditorium, 1975 Zonal Ave, Los Angeles
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9:00-9:10Paul ThomasWelcome + Introduction
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9:10-9:45Paul ThomasReconstructing ancestral genes and gene functions�
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9:45-10:20Dannie DurandXenolog Classification
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10:20-10:50Cécile Pereira Use of orthologs for the prediction of metabolic pathways
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10:50-11:05 Morning break
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Christophe Dessimoz
Relating genes and their functions across many species: going whole HOG
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11:30-11:55Natasha GloverThe Quest for Homoeologs
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11:55-12:30Marina MarcetSearching for hybrids within phylogenomic data
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12:30-13:30 Lunch
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14:00-14:35Patricia BabbittHow nature evolves new reactions using privileged ancestral scaffolds
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14:35-15:10Brigitte BoeckmannSwissTree
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15:10-15:45Erik SonnhammerOrthologs for building and analysing protein networks
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15:45-16:00 Afternoon break
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16:00-16:35Ingo EbersbergerThe evolutionary traceability of proteins - Implications and consequences for evolutionary research
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16:35-17:10Edward MarcotteRetention and divergece of ancestral gene function: insights from humanized, plantized and bacterialized yeast
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17:10-17:45Norbert PerrimonBioinformatics Tools for Functional Genomics Analyses
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17:45-19:00 poster session, reception with drinks and appetizers
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June 9
USC campus, Irani Hall- RRI 1050 Childs Way, Los Angeles
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SectionsAuthorsTitle
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9:00-9:20 talk 1methodMateusz KadukImproved orthology inference with Hieranoid 2
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9:20-9:40talk 2Kristoffer, JaimeFast genome-wide functional annotation through orthology assignment by eggNOG-mapper
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9:40-9:50Flash
Ikuo Uchiyama, Motonori Mihara, Hiroyo Nishide and Hirokazu Chiba
A new protocol for constructing ortholog database for large-scale microbial genome comparison
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9:50-10:00FlashEvolutionBryan DigheraMultiple events of convergent, divergent, and concerted evolution explain the diversification of cytosolic Hsp70s in animals
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10:00-10:40 Morning break + Poster
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10:40-11:00Consortium activities: meta-predictions, API's
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12:00-13:20 Lunch break
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13:20-13:40talkEvolutionHaiming Tang and Paul ThomasEvolutionary history reconstruction of gene gains and losses since the universal last common ancestor
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13:40-14:00talk 7Benjamin Liebeskind, Claire McWhite and Edward MarcotteTowards consensus gene ages
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14:00-14:20talk 8José Luis Villanueva-Cañas, Mar Albà and Jorge Ruiz-OreraNew genes and functional innovation in mammals
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Salvador Capella-Gutiérrez, Diana De La Iglesia, José M Fernandez, Dmitry Repchevski, Jürgen Haas, Josep Ll. Gelpi and Alfonso Valencia
A journey for establishing a scientific benchmarking infrastructure
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14:40-15:00talk 10Nadia El-Mabrouk and Aïda OuangraouaA general framework for gene tree correction
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15:00-15:30 Afternoon break
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15:30-15:40 Flash
Mateus Patricio, Matthieu Muffato, Wasiu Akanni, Carla Cummins, Bronwen Aken and Paul Flicek
Ensembl Compara update - HMMs and Orthology QC
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15:40-16:00talk 11challengeArbel HarpakNon-allelic gene conversion is ten times faster than point mutation rate in humans
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16:00-16:20talk 12Xiang Ji, Alexander Griffing and Jeffrey ThornePhylogenetic approaches for quantifying interlocus gene conversion in multigene family evolution
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16:20-16:40talk 13Juan Felipe Ortiz and Antonis RokasCTDGFinder: A Novel Homology-Based Algorithm for Identifying Closely Spaced Clusters of Tandemly Duplicated Genes
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16:40-16:50Flash
Holger Bergmann, Ngoc-Vinh Tran, Julian Dosch, Djahanschiri Bardya, Zafari Sachli and Ingo Ebersberger
Tracing functional protein interaction networks using a ‘feature-aware’ phyletic profiling
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16:50-17:00Flash
Claire McWhite, Ophelia Papoulas, Kevin Drew, Claire Palmer and Edward Marcotte
A map of conserved plant protein complexes
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17:00-18:15Drinks at the Lab
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Dinner at LA Live (the restaurant is called “Rock n Fish”) at 7pm
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June 10
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8:00-9:00RegistrationSectionsAuthorsTitle
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9:00-9:20 talk 15examples
Yan Wang, Merlin White, Sebastian Kvist, Jason Stajich and Jean-Marc Moncalvo
Orthology of ubiquitin genes and finding of horizontal gene transfer from mosquitoes to fungi
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9:20-9:40talk 16Philipp Schiffer and Max TelfordFinding important Evo/Devo orthologues in vermiform animals
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9:40-10:00talk 17Adriano de bernardi SchneiderFlavivirus phylogeny revisited: in search of the orthologs
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10:00-10:10FlashOdile LecompteMulti-level phylogenetic profiling of ciliary genes
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10:10-10:40 Morning break
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10:40-11:00WorkshopsSupport 2
Hirokazu Chiba, Jesualdo Tomás Fernández-Breis, Ramón García Martínez, Yuki Moriya, Susumu Goto and Ikuo Uchiyama
Development of orthology ontology and its application to orthology meta-search
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11:00-11:10Adrian Altenhoff and Christophe DessimozShared Resources in the QfO
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shared resources discussion: benchmarking, shared BLAST, MSAs, function prediction benchmarking?
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12:20-13:20 Lunch break
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13:20-13:40Workshop summaries/plenary discussionAlan, MariaNew selected set of species for the Quest for Orthologs Consortium
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shared resources discussion: reference proteomes and species tree
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14:20-14:40Suggestions for hosting QFO6
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14:40-15:00Concluding remarks
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