S S Wachtei

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A number of patients with a male phenotype and a female (46XX) karyotype have been described. Although there is little or no evidence for the presence of a Y chromosome in their cells, these individuals resemble patients with Klinefelter syndrome (47XXY). Using a new serological assay for the presence of H-Y antigen, a cell surface component associated with(More)
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