Male sensitivity written in the genes

| | September 11, 2013
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In human development, certain genes act as master switches, ensuring that we are born with similar attributes (one head, two lungs, 10 fingers) in nearly all circumstances. Such genes tend to be highly reliable and resistant to environmental factors.

But the gene responsible for activating male development is surprisingly unstable, leaving the pathway to male sexuality fraught with inconsistency, a study finds.

Read the full, original story here: Male Sensitivity Written in the Genes

 

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