Dagmar Floeck

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Electron transferring protein complexes form only transiently and the crystal structures of electron transfer protein--protein complexes involving cytochrome c could so far be determined only for the pairs of yeast cytochrome c peroxidase (CcP) with iso-1-cytochrome c (iso-1-cyt c) and with horse heart cytochrome c (cyt c). This article presents models from(More)
Electron transfer between the water-soluble cytochrome c and the integral membrane protein cytochrome c oxidase (COX) is the terminal reaction in the respiratory chain. The first step in this reaction is the diffusional association of cytochrome c toward COX, and it is still not completely clear whether cytochrome c diffuses in the bulk solution while(More)
During the past few years, three-dimensional crystal structures of many of the important integral membrane proteins responsible for the bioenergetic processes of photosynthesis and respiration have been determined. Moreover, a few crystal structures of protein-protein complexes have become available that characterize the interaction between those membrane(More)
This note describes the artificial embodied evolution in the chemo-material world. We propose two mechanisms to achieve this goal using top down (reactor engineered evolvable matter or RE2M) and bottom up (inorganic chemical cell or iCHELL). The resulting systems would be quite different, RE2M would be a highly sophisticated functional material that would(More)
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