Mittwoch, November 26, 2008

Denis Duboule is a world-renowned specialist in developmental genetics. He was one of the first to take an interest in Hox or Architect genes, revealing their essential role in limb formation. In his laboratory at Geneva University, he studies the differences between vertebrates, which include mammals, and invertebrates, from which vertebrates derive. His findings have important implications for understanding the evolution of species.

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