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1992

13. The misexpression of posterior HOX-4 genes in talpid (ta3) mutant wings correlates with the absence of anteroposterior polarity.
Izpisua Belmonte, J. C., Ede, D., Tickle, C. and Duboule, D.
Development (1992) 114:959-963. [link]

14. Expression of HOX-4 genes in the chick wing links pattern formation to the epithelial-mesenchymal interactions that mediate growth.
Izpisua Belmonte, J.C., Brown, J.M., Duboule, D. and Tickle, C.
EMBO J. (1992) 11:1451-1457. [link]

15. Comparison of mouse and human HOX-4 complexes defines conserved sequences involved in the regulation of Hox-4.4.
Renucci, A., Zappavigna, V., Zakany, J., Izpisua Belmonte, J. C., Bürki, K. and Duboule, D.
EMBO J. (1992) 11:1459-1468. [link]

16. HOX-4 gene expression in mouse/chicken heterospecific grafts of signaling regions to limb buds reveals similarities in patterning mechanisms.
Izpisua Belmonte, J. C., Brown, J. M., Crawley, D., Duboule, D. and Tickle, C.
Development  (1992) 115:553-560. [link]

17. The murine even-skipped-like gene Evx-2 is closely linked to the Hox-4 complex, but is transcribed in the opposite direction. 
Bastian, H., Gruss, P., Duboule, D. and Izpisua Belmonte, J.C.
Mammalian Genome  (1992) 3:241-243. [link]

18. Homeobox genes and pattern formation in the vertebrate limb.
Izpisua-Belmonte, J. C. and Duboule, D.
Dev. Biol. (1992) 152:26-36. [link]

19. Targeted misexpression of Hox-4.6 in the avian limb bud causes apparent homeotic transformations.
Morgan, B., Izpisua Belmonte, J. C., Duboule, D. and Tabin C.
Nature  (1992) 358:236-239. [link]

20. Hox-4 genes, retinoic acid, and the specification of positional information during chick wing morphogenesis.
Izpisua Belmonte, J. C., Dollé, P., Tickle, C., Wolpert, L. and Duboule, D.
Retinoids in Normal Development and Teratogenesis. (1992) Oxford Univ. Press series, pp. 241-248.