J. Banroques, A. Delahodde, and C. Jacq, A mitochondrial RNA maturase gene transferred to the yeast nucleus can control mitochondrial mRNA splicing, Cell, vol.46, pp.837-844, 1986.

M. Belfort, P. S. Chandry, and J. Pedersen-lane, Genetic delineation of functional components of the group I intron in the phage T4 td gene, Cold Spring Harbor Syrup Quant Biol, vol.52, pp.181-192, 1987.

S. G. Bonitz, G. Coruzzi, B. E. Thalenfeld, A. Tzagoloff, and G. Macino, Assembly of the mitochondrial membrane system: physical map of the oxi3 locus of yeast mitochondrial DNA, J Biol Chem, vol.255, pp.11927-11941, 1980.

K. M. Calder and J. E. Mcewen, Nucleotide sequence of the gene encoding cytochrome c oxidase subunit VII from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Nucleic Acids Res, vol.18, p.1632, 1990.

G. Carignani, G. Dujardin, and P. Slonimski, Petite deletion map of the mitochondrial oxi3 region in S. cerevisiae, Mol Gen Genet, vol.167, pp.301-308, 1979.

G. Carignani, O. Groudinsky, D. Frezza, E. Schiavon, E. Bergantino et al., An mRNA maturase is encoded by the first intron of the mitochondrial gene for the subunit I of cytochrome oxidase in S. cerevisiae, Cell, vol.35, pp.733-742, 1983.

G. Carignani, P. Netter, E. Bergantino, and S. Robineau, Expression of the mitochondrial split gene coding for cytochrome oxidase subunit I in S. cerevisiae: RNA splicing pathway, Curr Genet, vol.11, pp.55-63, 1986.

T. R. Cech, Self-splicing of group I introns, Annu Rev Biochem, vol.59, pp.543-568, 1990.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00356170

G. Coruzzi and A. Tzagoloff, Assembly of the mitochondrial membrane system: DNA sequence of subunit 2 of yeast cytochrome oxidase, J Biol Chem, vol.254, pp.9324-9330, 1979.

S. Couture, A. Ellington, A. Gerber, M. Cherry, J. Doudna et al., Mutational analysis of conserved nucleotides in a self-splicing group I intron, J Mol Biol, vol.215, pp.345-358, 1990.

M. G. Cumsky, C. E. Trueblood, C. Ko, and R. O. Poyton, Structural analysis of two genes encoding divergent forms of yeast cytochrome c oxidase subunit V, Mol Cell Biol, vol.7, pp.3511-3519, 1987.

R. W. Davies, R. B. Waring, J. A. Ray, T. A. Brown, and C. Scazzocchio, Making ends meet: a model for RNA splicing in fungal mitochondria, Nature, vol.300, pp.719-724, 1982.

H. De-la-salle, C. Jacq, and P. P. Slonimski, Critical sequences within mitochondrial introns: pleiotropic mRNA maturase and cis-dominant signals of the box intron controlling reductase and oxidase, Cell, vol.28, pp.721-732, 1982.

D. Esposti, M. , D. Vries, S. Crimi, M. Ghelli et al., Mitochondrial cytochrome b: evolution and structure of the protein, Biochim Biophys Acta, vol.1143, pp.243-271, 1993.

G. Dujardin, C. Jacq, and P. P. Slonimski, Single base substitution in an intron of oxidase gene compensates splicing defects of the cytochrome b gene, Nature, vol.298, pp.628-632, 1982.

G. Dujardin, P. Pajot, O. Groudinsky, and P. P. Slonimski, Long range control circuits within mitochondria and between nucleus and mitochondria. I. Methodology and phenomenology of suppressors, Mol Gen Genet, vol.179, pp.469-482, 1980.

G. Garriga and A. M. Lambowitz, RNA splicing in Neurospora mitochondria: self-splicing of a mitochondrial intron in vitro, Cell, vol.39, pp.631-641, 1984.

V. Goguel, A. Bailone, R. Devoret, and C. Jacq, The bI4 RNA mitochondrial maturase of S. cerevisiae can stimulate intrachromosomal recombination in E. coli, Mol Gen Genet, vol.216, pp.70-74, 1989.

T. Haltia, A. Puustinen, and M. Finel, The Paracoccus denitrificans cytochrome aa3 has a third subunit, Eur J Biochem, vol.172, pp.543-546, 1988.

L. Hensgens, L. Bonen, M. De-haan, G. Horst, and L. Grivell, Two intron sequences in yeast mitochondrial COX I gene: homology among URF containing introns and strain dependant variation in flanking exons, Cell, vol.32, pp.379-389, 1983.

J. Hosler, J. Fetter, M. Tecklenburg, M. Espe, C. Lerma et al., Cytochrome aa3 of Rhodobacter sphaeroides as a model for mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase, J Biol Chem, vol.267, pp.24264-24272, 1992.

C. Jacq, P. Pajot, J. Lazowska, G. Dujardin, M. Claisse et al., Role of introns in the yeast cytochrome b gene: cis-and trans-acting signal, intron manipulation, expression and intergenic communications, pp.155-183, 1982.

J. C. Kennell, J. V. Moran, P. S. Perlman, R. A. Butow, and A. M. Lambowitz, Reverse transcriptase activity associated with maturaseencoding group II introns in yeast mitochondria, Cell, vol.73, pp.133-146, 1993.

Z. Kotylak and P. P. Slonimski, Mitochondrial mutants isolated by a new method based upon the use of the nuclear mutation opl, pp.83-89, 1977.

Z. Kotylak, J. Lazowska, D. C. Hawthorne, and P. P. Slonimski, Intron encoded proteins in mitochondria: key elements of gene expression and genomic evolution, Achievements and perspectives in mitochondrial research, vol.2, pp.1-20, 1985.

A. Kruszewska and P. Slonimski, Mitochondrial and nuclear mitoribosomal suppressors that enable misreading of ochre codons in yeast mitochondria, Curr Genet, vol.9, pp.11-19, 1984.

A. Lamarche, M. I. Abate, S. Chan, and B. L. Trumpower, Isolation and characterization of COX12, the nuclear gene for a previously unrecognized subunit of Saccharomyces cerevisiae cytochrome-c oxidase, J Biol Chem, vol.267, pp.22473-22480, 1992.

A. M. Lambowitz and M. Belfort, Introns as mobile elements, Annu Rev Biochem, vol.62, pp.587-622, 1993.

J. Lazowska, C. Jacq, and P. P. Stonimski, Sequence of introns and flanking exons in wild-type and box3 mutants of cytochrome b reveals an interlaced splicing protein coded by an intron, Cell, vol.22, pp.333-348, 1980.

P. Lemarre, S. Robineau, A. M. Colson, and P. Netter, Sequence analysis of three deficient mutants of cytochrome oxidase subunit I of S. cerevisiae and their revertants, Curr Genet, vol.26, issue.5-6, p.552, 1994.

A. Lewin, R. Morimoto, M. Rabinowitz, and H. Fukuhara, Restriction enzyme analysis of mitochondrial DNAs of petite mutants of yeast, Mol Gen Genet, vol.163, pp.257-275, 1978.

A. C. Maarse, L. A. Van, H. Riezman, I. Gregor, G. Schatz et al., Subunit IV of yeast cytochrome c oxidase: cloning and nucleotide sequencing of the gene and partial amino acid sequencing of the mature protein, EMBO J, vol.3, pp.2831-2837, 1984.

B. Meunier, F. Coster, P. Lemarre, and A. M. Colson, Insight into topological and functional relationships of cytochrome-c oxidase subunit 1 of S. cerevisiae by means of intragenic complementation, FEBS Lett, vol.321, pp.159-162, 1993.

F. Michel and B. Dujon, Conservation of RNA secondary structures in two intron families including mitochondrial-, chloroplast-and nuclear encoded members, EMBO J, vol.2, pp.33-38, 1983.

F. Michel and B. F. Lang, Mitochondrial class II introns encode proteins related to the reverse transcriptases of retroviruses, Nature, vol.316, pp.641-643, 1985.

F. Michel, K. Umesono, and H. Okesi, Comparative and functional anatomy of group II catalytic introns -a review, Gene, vol.82, pp.5-30, 1989.

F. Michel, M. Hanna, R. Green, D. Bartel, and J. Szostak, The guanosine binding site of Tetrahymena ribozyme, Nature, vol.23, pp.391-395, 1989.

J. V. Moran, C. M. Wernette, K. L. Mecklenburg, R. A. Butow, and P. S. Perlman, Intron 5 alpha of the COXI gene of yeast mitochondrial DNA is a mobile group I intron, Nucleic Acids Res, vol.20, pp.4069-4076, 1992.

P. Netter, G. Carignani, C. Jacq, O. Groudinsky, L. Clavillier et al., The cytochrome oxidase subunit I split gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: genetic and physical studies of the mtDNA segment encompassing the 'cytochrome b-homologous' intron, Mol Gen Genet, vol.188, pp.551-559, 1982.

P. Netter, C. Jacq, G. Carignani, and P. P. Slonimski, Critical sequences within mitochondrial introns: cis-dominant mutations of the "cytochrome-b-like" intron of the oxidase gene, Cell, vol.28, pp.733-738, 1982.

P. Netter, S. Robineau, P. Sirand-pugnet, and F. Mo, The unusual reversion properties of a mitochondrial mutation in the structural gene of subunit I of cytochrome oxidase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae reveal a probable histidine ligand of the redox center, Curr Genet, vol.21, pp.147-151, 1992.

T. E. Patterson and R. O. Poyton, COX8, the structural gene for yeast cytochrome c oxidase subunit VIII. DNA sequence and gene disruption indicate that subunit VIII is required for maximal levels of cellular respiration and is derived from a precursor which is extended at both its NH 2 and COOH termini, J Biol Chem, vol.261, pp.17192-17197, 1986.

C. L. Peebles, P. S. Perlman, K. L. Mecklenburg, M. L. Petrillo, J. H. Tabor et al., A self-splicing RNA excises an intron lariat, Cell, vol.44, pp.213-223, 1986.

J. Perea and C. Jacq, Role of the 5' hairpin structure in the splicing accuracy of the fourth intron of the yeast cob-box gene, EMBO J, vol.4, pp.3281-3288, 1985.

J. Rao and P. Argos, A conformational preference parameter to predict helices in integral membrane proteins, Biochim Biophys Acta, vol.869, pp.197-214, 1986.

J. Sambrook, E. F. Fritsch, and T. Maniatis, DNA sequencing with chain terminating inhibitors, Proc Natl Acad Sci, vol.74, pp.5463-5467, 1977.

B. Sargueil, A. Delahodde, D. Hatat, G. L. Tian, J. Lazowska et al., A new specific DNA endonuclease activity in yeast mitochondria, Mol Gen Genet, vol.225, pp.340-341, 1991.

M. Schapira, C. Desdouets, C. Jacq, and J. Perea, I-SceIII an intron-encoded DNA endonuclease from yeast mitochondria. Asymmetrical DNA binding properties and cleavage reaction, Nucleic Acids Res, vol.21, pp.3683-3689, 1993.

C. Schmelzer and R. J. Schweyen, Self-splicing of group II introns in vitro: mapping of the branch point and mutational inhibition of lariat formation, Cell, vol.46, pp.557-565, 1986.

B. Seraphin, M. Simon, and F. G. , Primary structure of a gene for subunit 5 of the cytochrome oxidase from S. cerevisiae, Curr Genet, vol.9, pp.435-439, 1985.

P. Slonimski and A. Tzagoloff, Localization in yeast mitochondrial DNA of mutations expressed in a deficiency of cytochrome oxidase and/or coenzyme QH2-cytochrome c reductase, Eur J Biochem, vol.61, pp.27-41, 1976.

T. Szczepanek, C. Macadre, B. Meunier, and J. Lazowska, Two homologous introns from related Saccharomyces species differ in their mobility, Gene, vol.139, pp.1-7, 1994.

J. W. Taanman and R. A. Capaldi, Purification of yeast cytochrome c oxidase with a subunit composition resembling the mammalian enzyme, J Biol Chem, vol.267, pp.22481-22486, 1992.

J. W. Taanman and R. A. Capaldi, Subunit Via of yeast cytochrome c oxidase is not necessary for assembly of the enzyme complex but modulates the enzyme activity. Isolation and characterization of the nuclear-coded gene, J Biol Chem, vol.268, pp.18754-18761, 1993.

B. E. Thalenfeld and A. Tzagoloff, Assembly of the mitochondrial membrane system. Sequence of the oxi 2 gene of yeast mitochondrial DNA, J Biol Chem, vol.255, pp.6173-6180, 1980.

G. Van-der-horst and H. F. Tabak, Self-splicing of yeast mitochondrial ribosomal and messenger RNA precursors, Cell, vol.40, pp.759-766, 1985.

R. Van-der-veen, A. C. Arnberg, G. Van-der-horst, L. Bonen, H. F. Tabak et al., Excised group II introns in yeast mitochondria are lariats and can be formed by self-splicing in vitro, Cell, vol.44, pp.225-234, 1986.

B. Weiss-brummer, G. Rodel, R. Schweyen, and F. Kaudewitz, Expression of the split gene cob in yeast: evidence for a precursor of a maturase protein translated from intron 4 and preceding exons, Cell, vol.29, pp.527-536, 1982.

R. M. Wright, L. K. Dircks, and R. O. Poyton, Characterization of c o x g , the nuclear gene encoding the yeast mitochondrial protein cytochrome c oxidase subunit VIIa. Subunit VIIa lacks a leader peptide and is an essential component of the holoenzyme, J Biol Chem, vol.261, pp.17183-17191, 1986.

R. M. Wright, . Ko-c, M. G. Cumsky, and R. O. Poyton, Isolation and sequence of the structural gene for cytochrome c oxidase subunit 6 from S. cerevisiae, J Biol Chem, vol.259, pp.15401-15407, 1984.