Alexander NJ, et al. (1979) Regulatory interactions between mitochondrial genes. I. Genetic and biochemical characterization of some mutant types affecting apocytochrome b and cytochrome oxidase. J Biol Chem 254(7):2471-9
Abstract: The region of the mtDNA containing the structural gene for apocytochromeb is called the cob or box region. There is evidence that the same region is also involved in the regulation of cytochrome oxidase. We have isolated eight mit- mutants in this region and have ordered them using petite deletion mapping. Four of these mutants appear to map outside the boxII region on the oli2-proximal end. Analysis of restriction endonuclease fragments of the mtDNA from peptides used in the deletion mapping suggests a minimum size of 3.1 x 10(3) base pairs for the whole cob region. Although none of our mutants contained any cytochrome b or cytochrome b-linked activities, polypeptides apparently related to apocytochrome b were present in some but not all mutants. Additional regulatory effects (both positive and negative) on cytochrome oxidase by virtue of control of its subunit I were also observed. In addition to these phenotypic traits, some of the mutants accumulated novel, mitochondrially translated polypeptides not seen in wild type.
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