In article <199508080408.OAA24957 at sam.comms.unsw.EDU.AU>,
C.Grant at unsw.EDU.AU (Chris Grant) wrote:
> Dear Yeast Network
>> Can anyone answer what may be a simple question for me. Do yeast
> mitochondrial promoters usually work in the nucleus? I would be grateful
> for any information that anyone has.
>> Chris Gant,
> School of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics,
> University of New South Wales,
> Sydney 2052, Australia
> Phone +61 (2) 385 2031
> Fax +61 (2) 313 6271
This question has been explored in some detail, albeit in the other
direction. See: Marczynski, G. T., P. W. Schultz and J. A. Jaehning,
1989 Use of yeast nuclear DNA sequences to define the mitochondrial RNA
polymerase promoter in vitro. Mol. Cell. Biol. 9: 3193-3202.