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Hoxa2 selectively enhances Meis binding to change a branchial arch ground state.Academic Article Why?
Branchial RegionConcept Why?
Pharyngeal arch artery defects and lethal malformations of the aortic arch and its branches in mice deficient for the Hrt1/Hey1 transcription factor.Academic Article Why?
Zebrafish hox paralogue group 2 genes function redundantly as selector genes to pattern the second pharyngeal arch.Academic Article Why?
Imamoto, AkiraPerson Why?
Chondrogenesis and homology of the visceral skeleton in the little skate, Leucoraja erinacea (Chondrichthyes: Batoidea).Academic Article Why?
Four-bar linkage modelling in teleost pharyngeal jaws: computer simulations of bite kinetics.Academic Article Why?
Shubin, Neil H.Person Why?
Percutaneous aspiration of retropharyngeal space in neonates.Academic Article Why?
The zebrafish van gogh mutation disrupts tbx1, which is involved in the DiGeorge deletion syndrome in humans.Academic Article Why?
Westneat, MarkPerson Why?
Ho, Robert K.Person Why?
Anterior lateral plate mesoderm gives rise to multiple tissues and requires tbx5a function in left-right asymmetry, migration dynamics, and cell specification of late-addition cardiac cells.Academic Article Why?
Holocephalan embryos provide evidence for gill arch appendage reduction and opercular evolution in cartilaginous fishes.Academic Article Why?
The zinc finger transcriptional repressor Blimp1/Prdm1 is dispensable for early axis formation but is required for specification of primordial germ cells in the mouse.Academic Article Why?
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