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Hox genes and link to evolutionary developmental biology

By | May 6, 2021

So much of talk is going around about Hox genes in the field of evolution and some might wonder what makes them so important in this field as well, along with developmental biology. What is that we are going to learn about evolution by studying Hox proteins? or to put it in another way :… Read More »

Discovery of Homeodomain

By | May 1, 2021

If we stroll back in the memory lane , History was created in 1983 with the discovery of Homeodomain independently by two groups headed by Walter Gehring and his colleagues at the University of Basel, Switzerland, and Matthew Scott and Amy Weiner, who were then working with Thomas Kaufman at Indiana University in Bloomington. Homeodomain… Read More »