HOX Genes, Vol 88. Current Topics in Developmental Biology

  • ID: 1766224
  • Book
  • 328 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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A subgroup of homeobox genes, which play an important role in the developmental processes of a variety of multicellular organisms, Hox genes have been shown to play a critical role in vertebrate pattern formation. Hox genes can be thought of as general purpose control genes-that is, they are similar in many organisms and direct the same processes in a variety of organisms, from mouse, to fly, to human.

* Provides researchers an overview and synthesis of the latest research findings and contemporary thought in the area

* Inclusion of chapters that discuss the evolutionary development of a wide variety of organisms

* Gives researchers and clinicians insight into how defective Hox genes trigger developmental abnormalities in embryos
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1) Hox Genes in the Nervous System of Vertebrates
Author: Krumlauf

2)Evolution of Hox Gene Clusters
Author: D Ferrier

3) Hox Genes in Breast Development and Breast Cancer
Author: C Hagios

4)Endocrine Regulation of Hox Genes
Author: G Daftary

5)Role of Hox Genes in Bladder Cancer

6)Consequences of Hox Gene Duplication in Vertebrates
Author: McClintock

7)Hox Genes and Limb Evolution
Author: Jimenez
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Pourquie, Olivier.

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