Articles tagués limb development

Hox Timing Determines Limb Placement

sci-hub.tw/10.1016/j.cub.2018.11.068

Young, J. J., Grayson, P., & Tabin, C. J. (2019). Developmental Biology: Hox Timing Determines Limb Placement. Current Biology, 29(2), R52–R54. 

Hox genes are known to determine vertebral identity along with being required for normal limb patterning. A new study now finds that differential expression timing of Hox genes in the lateral plate mesoderm determines limb placement as well. 

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Agenesis of the Scapula in Emx2 Homozygous Mutants

Agenesis of the Scapula in Emx2 Homozygous Mutants

Massimo Pellegrini, Serafino Pantano, Maria Paola Fumi,Franco Lucchini, and Antonino Forabosco

Developmental Biology 232, 149–156 (2001) doi:10.1006/dbio.2001.0159

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