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Mutations in the Hox6 Paralogous Group do not Affect Diaphragm Development in Mice
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2010-04)
Hox genes play a major role in the development of animal body plans. They are highly conserved amongst the animal taxa, and are hypothesized to be the cause of the Cambrian Explosion 530 million years ago. Mutations in ...
Mutations in the Hox6 paralogous group do not affect the development of the diaphragm in the common mouse (mus musculus)
(Kalamazoo College, 2010)
Hox genes play a major role in the development of animal body plans. Mutations in Hox genes often lead to dramatic transformations in the morphology and function of animal body parts. This experiment sought to determine ...