Study reveals ways powerful ‘master gene’ regulates physical differences between sexes

(Indiana University) A study by scientists at Indiana University has found that the master gene that regulates differences between males and females plays a complex role in matching the right physical trait to the right sex. The research, published Feb. 27 in the journal Nature Communications, reveals new details about the behavior of the gene called 'doublesex,' or dsx.

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