François Enault
François Enault
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VirSorter: mining viral signal from microbial genomic data
S Roux, F Enault, BL Hurwitz, MB Sullivan
PeerJ 3, e985, 2015
Metavir 2: new tools for viral metagenome comparison and assembled virome analysis
S Roux, J Tournayre, A Mahul, D Debroas, F Enault
BMC bioinformatics 15 (1), 1-12, 2014
Assessing the diversity and specificity of two freshwater viral communities through metagenomics
S Roux, F Enault, A Robin, V Ravet, S Personnic, S Theil, J Colombet, ...
PloS one 7 (3), e33641, 2012
Phages rarely encode antibiotic resistance genes: a cautionary tale for virome analyses
F Enault, A Briet, L Bouteille, S Roux, MB Sullivan, MA Petit
The ISME journal 11 (1), 237-247, 2017
Metavir: a web server dedicated to virome analysis
S Roux, M Faubladier, A Mahul, N Paulhe, A Bernard, D Debroas, ...
Bioinformatics 27 (21), 3074-3075, 2011
Evolution and diversity of the Microviridae viral family through a collection of 81 new complete genomes assembled from virome reads
S Roux, M Krupovic, A Poulet, D Debroas, F Enault
PloS one 7 (7), e40418, 2012
Metagenomic approach studying the taxonomic and functional diversity of the bacterial community in a mesotrophic lake (Lac du Bourget–France)
D Debroas, JF Humbert, F Enault, G Bronner, M Faubladier, E Cornillot
Environmental microbiology 11 (9), 2412-2424, 2009
Minimum information about an uncultivated virus genome (MIUViG)
S Roux, EM Adriaenssens, BE Dutilh, EV Koonin, AM Kropinski, ...
Nature biotechnology 37 (1), 29-37, 2019
Assessment of viral community functional potential from viral metagenomes may be hampered by contamination with cellular sequences
S Roux, M Krupovic, D Debroas, P Forterre, F Enault
Open biology 3 (12), 130160, 2013
Taxonomy of prokaryotic viruses: update from the ICTV bacterial and archaeal viruses subcommittee
M Krupovic, BE Dutilh, EM Adriaenssens, J Wittmann, FK Vogensen, ...
Archives of virology 161 (4), 1095-1099, 2016
Phydbac "Gene Function Predictor" : a gene annotation tool based on genomic context analysis
F Enault, K Suhre, JM Claverie
BMC bioinformatics 6 (1), 247, 2005
Chimeric viruses blur the borders between the major groups of eukaryotic single-stranded DNA viruses
S Roux, F Enault, G Bronner, D Vaulot, P Forterre, M Krupovic
Nature Communications 4 (1), 1-10, 2013
WIsH: who is the host? Predicting prokaryotic hosts from metagenomic phage contigs
C Galiez, M Siebert, F Enault, J Vincent, J Söding
Bioinformatics 33 (19), 3113-3114, 2017
Annotation of bacterial genomes using improved phylogenomic profiles
F Enault, K Suhre, C Abergel, O Poirot, JM Claverie
Bioinformatics 19 (suppl_1), i105-i107, 2003
Taxonomy of prokaryotic viruses: 2017 update from the ICTV Bacterial and Archaeal Viruses Subcommittee
EM Adriaenssens, J Wittmann, JH Kuhn, D Turner, MB Sullivan, BE Dutilh, ...
Archives of Virology 163 (4), 1125-1129, 2018
Comparison of 16S rRNA and protein-coding genes as molecular markers for assessing microbial diversity (Bacteria and Archaea) in ecosystems
S Roux, F Enault, G le Bronner, D Debroas
FEMS microbiology ecology 78 (3), 617-628, 2011
Taxonomy of prokaryotic viruses: 2016 update from the ICTV bacterial and archaeal viruses subcommittee
EM Adriaenssens, M Krupovic, P Knezevic, HW Ackermann, J Barylski, ...
Archives of virology 162 (4), 1153-1157, 2017
Phydbac2: improved inference of gene function using interactive phylogenomic profiling and chromosomal location analysis
F Enault, K Suhre, O Poirot, C Abergel, JM Claverie
Nucleic Acids Research 32 (suppl_2), W336-W339, 2004
Taxonomy of prokaryotic viruses: 2018-2019 update from the ICTV Bacterial and Archaeal Viruses Subcommittee
EM Adriaenssens, MB Sullivan, P Knezevic, LJ van Zyl, BL Sarkar, ...
Archives of virology, 1-8, 2020
Analysis of spounaviruses as a case study for the overdue reclassification of tailed phages
J Barylski, F Enault, BE Dutilh, MBP Schuller, RA Edwards, A Gillis, ...
Systematic biology 69 (1), 110-123, 2020
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