The molecular control of upper extremity development: implications for congenital hand anomalies.

Abstract

As the molecular aspects of limb development are being unraveled, more of the congenital anomalies seen by hand surgeons in the clinical setting will have an identifiable molecular basis. The majority of the data available regarding the molecular development of the upper extremity have come from experimental animal studies, specifically the mouse and… (More)

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@article{Daluiski2001TheMC, title={The molecular control of upper extremity development: implications for congenital hand anomalies.}, author={Aaron Daluiski and Sojung Yi and K. M. Lyons}, journal={The Journal of hand surgery}, year={2001}, volume={26 1}, pages={8-22} }