Michael von Massow

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The nuclear genes (acp-1, ACP 1) encoding the mitochondrial acyl carrier protein were disrupted in Neurospora crassa and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In N. crassa acp-1 is a peripheral subunit of the respiratory NADH: ubiquinone oxidoreductase (complex I). S. cerevisiae lacks complex I and its ACP1 appears to be located in the mitochondrial matrix. The loss of(More)
We consider a maximal covering location problem on the plane, where the objective is to provide maximal coverage of weighted demand points using a set of ellipses at minimum cost. The problem involves selecting k out of m ellipses. The problem occurs naturally in wireless telecommunications networks as coverage from some transmission towers takes an(More)
Genes that encode mitochondrial homologues to the bacterial enzymes of fatty acid synthesis were found in various eukaryotic species. Inactivation of these genes leads to a disturbed mitochondrial respiration and an increase in mitochondrial lysophospholipids. We postulate that there is a mitochondrial biosynthetic system providing fatty acids for(More)
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