Conserved deployment of genes during odontogenesis across osteichthyans.

@article{Fraser2004ConservedDO,
  title={Conserved deployment of genes during odontogenesis across osteichthyans.},
  author={Gareth J Fraser and Anthony Graham and Moya Meredith Smith},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={271 1555},
  pages={2311-7}
}
Odontogenesis has only been closely scrutinized at the molecular level in the mouse, an animal with an extremely restricted dentition of only two types and one set. However, within osteichthyans many species display complex and extensive dentitions, which questions the extent to which information from the mouse is applicable to all osteichthyans. We present novel comparative molecular and morphological data in the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) that show that three genes, essential for… CONTINUE READING

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