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Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST). -
Rapport technique, 1998.

Modules d'authentification « PAM ». -
Rapport technique, 1998.

Observatoire de la Sécurité des Systèmes d'Information et des Réseaux. -
Rapport technique, 1998.

Rapport technique, 1998.

Questions fréquentes sur ssh. -
Rapport technique, 1998.

Behrens (S.-E.), Galisson (F.), Legrain (P.) et Luhrmann (R.). -
Evidence that the 60-kd protein of the 17s u2 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particle is immunologically and functionally related to the yeast prp9 splicing factor and is required for the efficient formation of the prespliceosome. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 90, 8229-8233, 1993.

Cheswick (Bill) et Bellowin (Steve). -
Applied Cryptography. -
Chichester, England, John Wiley & Sons, 1993.

Dujon (B.) et al. -
The nucleotide sequence of saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosom xv. Nature 387, 98-102, 1997.

Eiglmeier (K.), Honoré (N.), Woods (S. A.), Caudron (B.) et Cole (S. T.). -
Use of an ordered cosmid library to deduce the genomic organization of mycobacterium leprae. Molecular Biology 7(2), 1993.

Galisson (F.) et Dujon (B.). -
Sequence and analysis of a 33 kb fragment of yeast chromosom xv. Yeast 12, 877-885, 1996.

Galisson (F.) et Legrain (P.). -
The biochemical defects of the prp4-1 and prp6-1 splicing mutants reveal that the prp6 protein is required for the accumulation of the u4/u6.u5 tri-snrnp. Nucl. Acids Res. 21, 1555-1562, 1993.

Legrain (P.), Chapon (C.) et Galisson (F.). -
Proteins involved in mitotis, rna synthesis and premrna splicing share a common repeating motif. Nucl. Acids Res. 19, 2509-2510, 1991.

Legrain (P.), Chapon (C.) et Galisson (F.). -
Interactions between prp9 and spp91 splicing factors identify a protein complex required for prespliceosome assembly. Genes Dev 7, 1390-1399, 1993.

Sagot (M.-F.). -
Ressemblance lexicale et structurale entre macromolécules - Formalisation et approches combinatoires. -
1996. Thèse de doctorat - Université de Marne-la-Vallée, Noisy le Grand, France.

Sagot (M.-F.). -
Spelling approximate repeated or common motifs using a suffix tree. In: LATIN'98: Theoretical Informatics, éd. par Lucchesi (C. L.) et Moura (A. V.), pp. 111-127. -
Springer-Verlag, 1998.

Sagot (M.-F.) et Myers (E. W.). -
Identifying satellites and periodic repetitions in biological sequences. J. of Computational Biology, vol. 10, 1998, pp. 10-20. -
extended version of paper presented at RECOMB'98.

Sagot (M.-F.) et Myers (E. W.). -
Identifying satellites in nucleic acid sequences. In: RECOMB'98. Proceedings of Second Annual International Conference on Computational Molecular Biology, éd. par Istrail (S.), Pevzner (P.) et Waterman (M.), pp. 234-242. -
ACM Press, 1998.

Sagot (M.-F.) et Viari (A.). -
A double combinatorial approach to discovering patterns in biological sequences. In: Combinatorial Pattern Matching, éd. par Hirschberg (D.) et Myers (G.), pp. 186-208. -
Springer-Verlag, 1996.

Sagot (M.-F.) et Viari (A.). -
Flexible identification of structural objects in nucleic acid sequences: palindromes, mirror repeats, pseudoknots and triple helices. In: Combinatorial Pattern Matching, éd. par Hein (J.) et Apostolico (A.), pp. 224-246. -
Springer-Verlag, 1997.

Sagot (M.-F.) et Viari (A.). -
Application of a combinatorial sampling approach to identifying sequence motifs that are structurally and/or functionally related. 1998. -
to be submitted to J. Mol. Biol.

Sagot (M.-F.) et Viari (A.). -
Combinatorial sampling. 1998. -
submitted to RECOMB'99.

Sagot (M.-F.), Viari (A.), Pothier (J.) et Soldano (H.). -
Finding flexible patterns in a text - an application to 3D molecular matching. Comput. Appl. Biosci., vol. 11, 1995, pp. 59-70. -
presented at First International IEEE Workshop on Shape and Pattern Matching in Computational Biology, Seattle, Washington, USA.

Sagot (M.-F.), Viari (A.) et Soldano (H.). -
Multiple comparison: a peptide matching approach. Theoret. Comput. Sci., vol. 180, 1997, pp. 115-137. -
extended version of paper presented at Combinatorial Pattern Matching 1995.

Schneier (Bruce). -
Firewalls Internet Security. -
Reading, Massachusetts, Addison-Wesley, 1994.

Simmler (M.-C.), Cunningham (D.), Clerc (P.), Vermat (T.), Caudron (B.), Cruaud (C.), Pawlak (A.), Szpirer (C.), Weissenbach (J.), Claverie (J.-M.) et Avner (P.). -
A 94 kb genomic sequence 3' to the murine xist gene reveals an at rich region containing a new testis specific gene tsx. Human Molecular Genetics, Vol. 5, No. 11, 1996.

Vanet (A.), Labigne (A.) et Sagot (M.-F.). -
Inferring regulatory elements from a set of unaligned non-coding sequences extracted from a whole genome. An application to the analysis of Helicobacter pylori's $\sigma^{70}$ family of promoter signals. 1998. -
to be submitted to J. of Mol. Biol.