Let’s begin in 1948. That year Sien-chiue Yu, a graduate student in genetics at Caltech, found a fruit fly mutant whose antennas had been replaced by legs. Aptly, he called the mutation Antennapedia.1
Yu’s supervisor, Edward “Ed” Lewis, was an expert in fruit fly mutations, specifically those in which one body part appears in place of another, structurally similar one....
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