Mitochondrial DNA rearrangements are correlated with a delayed amplification of the mobile intron (plDNA) in a long-lived mutant of Podospora anserina.

@article{Osiewacz1989MitochondrialDR,
  title={Mitochondrial DNA rearrangements are correlated with a delayed amplification of the mobile intron (plDNA) in a long-lived mutant of Podospora anserina.},
  author={Hienz D. Osiewacz and Josef Hermanns and D Marcou and M Triffi and K. -J. Esser},
  journal={Mutation research},
  year={1989},
  volume={219 1},
  pages={9-15}
}
A new long-lived mutant of Podospora anserina has been isolated and characterized. Its longevity is maternally inherited as revealed by reciprocal crosses. A molecular analysis resulted in the identification of an amplified DNA species (designated pAL2-1) with homology to mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). The presence of this DNA species is correlated with mtDNA rearrangements and a delayed amplification of the mobile intron (plDNA). 

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