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Warning! genes of embryogenesis -CONFUSION

Is this info correct??

Sonic hedgehog gene - involved in Anterior - Posterior patterning of digits .i.e. thumb - posterior to little finger.

HOX -involved in Anterior - Posterior patterning of structures from head to toe (whole body except digits in cranio caudal direction ) ??
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