Data from: Minimal ProtoHox cluster inferred from bilaterian and cnidarian Hox complements

Daniel Chourrout, Frédéric Delsuc, Pascal Chourrout, Rolph B Edvardsen, Fabian Rentzsch, Eduard Renfer, Marit F. Jensen, Baoli Zhu, Pieter De Jong, Robert E. Steele & Ulrich Technau
Bilaterian animals have a Hox gene cluster essential for patterning the main body axis, and a ParaHox gene cluster. Comparison of Hox and ParaHox genes has led workers to postulate that both clusters originated from the duplication of an ancient cluster named ProtoHox, which contained up to four genes with at least the precursors of anterior and posterior Hox/ParaHox genes. However, the way in which genes diversified within the ProtoHox, Hox and ParaHox clusters remains...
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