Anja Schroeter

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Evolutionary game theory can be considered as an extension of the theory of evolutionary optimisation in that two or more organisms (or more generally, units of replication) tend to optimise their properties in an interdependent way. Thus, the outcome of the strategy adopted by one species (e.g., as a result of mutation and selection) depends on the(More)
Elementary-mode analysis is a powerful method for detecting all potential pathways in a metabolic network and computing the associated molar yields. Metabolic pathways can be interpreted as different strategies of organisms. Thus, methods from Evolutionary Game Theory can be employed. In Flux Balance Analysis (FBA), it is usually assumed that molar yields(More)
Opportunistic human pathogenic fungi like the ubiquitous fungus Aspergillus fumigatus are a major threat to immunocompromised patients. An impaired immune system renders the body vulnerable to invasive mycoses that often lead to the death of the patient. While the number of immunocompromised patients is rising with medical progress, the process, and(More)
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