Implications of the spatial and temporal regulation of Hox genes on development and evolution.

@article{CastelliGair1998ImplicationsOT,
  title={Implications of the spatial and temporal regulation of Hox genes on development and evolution.},
  author={J. Castelli-Gair},
  journal={The International journal of developmental biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={
          437-44
        }
}
  • J. Castelli-Gair
  • Published 1998
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The International journal of developmental biology
Nearly 20 years have passed since Ed Lewis revealed the importance of Hox genes in the specification of different segments in the anterior-posterior axis of the fly. Pioneering studies by several authors, among others Garcia-Bellido and his student Ginés Morata, helped to elaborate a theory of segmental specification that was strengthened with the arrival of molecular techniques to the field of Developmental Biology. The conservation of Hox genes in metazoans at the level of sequence, function… Expand
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