Head muscles: aliens who came in from the cold?

@article{Rios2009HeadMA,
  title={Head muscles: aliens who came in from the cold?},
  author={Anne C Rios and Christophe Marcelle},
  journal={Developmental cell},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={779-80}
}
Two complementary studies by Harel et al. and Sambasivan et al. published in this issue of Developmental Cell show the overwhelming diversity in the developmental programs and embryonic origins of distinct muscle groups and their associated muscle stem cells. 

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