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PYGO1  -  pygopus family PHD finger 1

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: Pygopus homolog 1
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  • Here, we report that Pygo is associated constitutively with dTCF target genes in Drosophila salivary glands and tissue-culture cells [1].
  • Its exceptionally long forelimbs, well-developed deltoid crest of the humerus, proximally fused metacarpals, relatively short hindlimbs and short pygo-style indicate powerful soaring capability and further suggest that by the Early Cretaceous ecological diversification of early birds was greater than previously assumed [2].


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