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The evolution of sex differences in disease genetics

bioRxiv

Nov 14, 2013

William P GilksEdward H Morrow

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There are significant differences in the biology of males and females, ranging from biochemical pathways to behavioural responses, which are relevant to modern medicine. Broad-sense heritability estimates differ between the sexes for many common medical disorders, indicating that geneti...read more

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The evolution of sex differences in disease genetics

bioRxiv

Nov 14, 2013

William P GilksEdward H Morrow

PMID: 990000414

DOI: 10.1101/000414

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There are significant differences in the biology of males and females, ranging from biochemical pathways to behavioural responses, which are relevant to modern medicine. Broad-sense heritability estimates differ between the sexes for many common medical disorders, indicating that geneti...read more

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Cognitive Complexity
Biochemical Pathway
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Health Care Organization
Behavioral Defense Response
National Research Council
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