I need a reference for the description of Ext groups in mixed categories (i.e. abelian categories with a weight filtration and semisimple graded quotients) by using the bar complex, as mentioned in "Notes on motivic cohomology, Beilinson, et al". This result is referred in this paper to a paper of Manin: "Correspondences, Motifs and monoidal transformations". But I can't find anything related in the paper of Manin.

Thanks!

**Edit.** To clarify the result I restate the definitions and the theorem here:

*Mixed Category*: An abelian $\mathbb{Q}$-category $\mathcal{M}$ in which every object is supplied by an increasing (weight) filtration $W_\bullet$ such that 1) $W_\bullet$ is finite for every object, 2)Morphisms in $\mathcal{M}$ are strictly compatible with $W_\bullet$, 3)The graded quotients of the weight filtration for every object are semisimple, 4) $\mathrm{Hom}$'s are finite dimensional $\mathbb{Q}$-vector spaces.

Suppose $\mathcal{M}$ is a mixed category with the further property that endomorphisms of simple objects are one dimensional.

For each $i$ we denote pure objects of weight $i$ in $\mathcal{M}$ by $\mathcal{M}_i$. Let $i<j$, $x\in \mathcal{M}_i, y\in \mathcal{M}_j$ denote by $\mathcal{M}(x,y)$ the category whose objects are $z\in \mathcal{M}$ with isomorphisms $gr_i^W z\to x$ and $y\to gr_j^W z$ and morphisms which respect this isomorphisms. Define $A(x,y)$ to be $\pi_0\mathcal{M}(x,y)$. $A(x,y)$ has a natural $\mathbb{Q}$-vector space structure defined similiar to Yoneda's definition of addition for $\mathrm{Ext}$ groups. And for every triple of simple objects $x,y,z$ one can construct a comultiplication $A(x,z)\to A(x,y)\otimes A(y,z)$.

Fix for each $i$ a set $S_i$ of representatives of isomorphism classes of simple objects in $\mathcal{M}_i$.

Suppose $x\in S_i, y \in S_{i+n},n>0$ and $1\leq k\leq n$. Then put
$$A^k(x,y)=\oplus \left(A(x_0,x_1)\otimes A(x_1,x_2)\otimes \cdots \otimes A(x_{k-1},x_k) \right),$$

where the sum is taken over all sequnces $(x_0,\dots,x_k)$ with $x_0=x, x_k=y$ and $x_p\in S_{i_p}$ for $i=i_0<i_1<\cdots<i_k=i+n$. Comultiplication in $A$ induces evident maps $\delta_p:A^k(x,y)\to A^{k+1}(x,y)$ for $p=0,\dots, k-1$. Put $d^k= \sum_p (-1)^p \delta_p$. We get a complex:
$$A^\bullet (x,y) : 0\to A^1(x,y)\to A^2(x,y)\to \cdots \to A^n(x,y)\to 0.$$

Then the result mentioned above is the following theorem:

**Theorem**. For every $i$ there is a natural isomorphism $\mathrm{Ext}^i(y,x)\cong \mathrm{H}^i A^\bullet (x,y)$.