Bapx1 is required for jaw joint development in amphibians

@article{Lukas2018Bapx1IR,
  title={Bapx1 is required for jaw joint development in amphibians},
  author={Paul Lukas and L. Olsson},
  journal={Evolution & Development},
  year={2018},
  volume={20},
  pages={192 - 206}
}
  • Paul Lukas, L. Olsson
  • Published 2018
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution & Development
  • The acquisition of a movable jaw and a jaw joint are key events in gnathostome evolution. Jaws are derived from the neural crest derived pharyngeal skeleton and the transition from jawless to jawed vertebrates consists of major morphological changes, which must have a genetic foundation. Recent studies on the effects of bapx1 knockdown in fish and chicken indicate that bapx1 has acquired such a role in primary jaw joint development during vertebrate evolution, but evidence from amphibians is… CONTINUE READING
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