The origin and evolution of animal appendages.

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Animals have evolved diverse appendages adapted for locomotion, feeding and other functions. The genetics underlying appendage formation are best understood in insects and vertebrates. The expression of the Distal-less (Dll) homeoprotein during arthropod limb outgrowth and of Dll orthologs (Dlx) in fish fin and tetrapod limb buds led us to examine whether… (More)

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@article{Panganiban1997TheOA, title={The origin and evolution of animal appendages.}, author={Grace Panganiban and Stewart Irvine and Christopher Robin Lowe and H. R{\"o}hl and Lynda Corley and Beverley J. Sherbon and Jean-Christophe Grenier and John Fallon and Jennifer Kimble and M. Walker and Galen Wray and Billie J. Swalla and Mark Q. Martindale and Scott Carroll}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={1997}, volume={94 10}, pages={5162-6} }