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hox

(hɒks)
vb (tr)
to hamstring, to hock
n
1. (Anatomy) anatomy archaic rare a hamstring
2. (Genetics) genetics a homeobox or homeotic gene
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ML estimation is an iterative approach to model building that uses the likelihood function to find the best fitting model (Hox, 2002).
However, Hox colinearity is not universal, and no single mechanism has been identified that can explain Hox colinearity or the persistence of Hox clusters in diverse metazoan lineages.
Edited by David Powlison and charmingly illustrated by Joe Hox, "Jax's Tail Twitches" ends with a special section that guides parents in teaching children how the gospel of Jesus Christ changes how we respond when life goes wrong.
The Hoxton in Amsterdam has launched a new website for dogs and in the language of dogs by the name of Hox Hounds.
Biotechnology company HOX Therapeutics revealed on Tuesday the addition of Stephen Shuttleworth, PhD in Chemistry as its non-executive director.
HOX Therapeutics, the private biotechnology company developing first-in-class, highly targeted cancer therapies based on HOX genes, has named Dr Stephen Shuttleworth as its new non-executive director, it was reported yesterday.
It will also be rolling out its Hox Friends programme, to further connect with the community and bring local culture into the bedrooms for guests to enjoy and discover.
(2003) and Fritsch & Wanninger (2016) recorded the expression of several Hox and ParaHox genes regulated the body plans of chitons and cephalopods, while the engrailed gene played a critical role in shell formation of gastropod shells and polyplacophorans plates (Jacobs et al., 2000; Wanninger & Haszprunar, 2001; Nederbragt et al., 2002).