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Cytochrome b-565 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: use of mutants in the cob-box region of the mitochondrial DNA to study the functional role of this spectral species of cytochrome b. 1. Measurements of cytochromes b-562 and b-565 and selection of revertants devoid of cytochrome b-565.

In order to study the functional role of the spectral species of cytochrome b-565 observed in mitochondria, genetically manipulated strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae have been used. Strains have been found which are devoid of cytochrome b-565 under certain conditions and which nevertheless are able to grow on a respirable substrate. Two different methods have been used to determine the cytochrome b-565 content: anaerobic titrations and antimycin-A-induced reduction of cytochrome b-565. Both yield the same results.[1]


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