PMID: 6931112Aug 1, 1980Paper

Sizes of deciduous teeth in 45,X females

Journal of Dental Research
M KariK Manninen

Abstract

Deciduous teeth of eleven Finnish 45,X females were examined, and their tooth sizes were found to be smaller than those of control females. This finding might be explained by the decreased amount of the products of the growth-promoting factors located in the X and Y chromosomes.

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