Limb Development, Evolution, and Regeneration & Repair: Part One

Karen Sears, Jerome Gros, Megan Davey

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Abstract

Decades of foundational studies have utilized the many benefits of the limb system to shape our understanding of cell, developmental, molecular, regenerative, and evolutionary biology. These benefits include the ease by which the limb can be experimentally manipulated and its variation functionally and developmentally characterized, relative to other organ systems. Fore- and hind limbs are also serially homologous structures that display a high level of functionally important morphological diversity among and within species. In this special issue, researchers build on the rich history of limb studies to investigate subjects including the patterning, evolution, and genetic regulation of the development and regeneration of the limb.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1218–1219
Volume250
No.9
Specialist publicationDevelopmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2021

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