Disrupted sex differentiation and feminization of man and domestic animals.

@article{Basrur2006DisruptedSD,
  title={Disrupted sex differentiation and feminization of man and domestic animals.},
  author={Parvathi K. Basrur},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={2006},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={18-38}
}
Genital malformations constitute the most common birth defects in man and domestic animals and occur frequently in males since the participation of many genes is required for sex differentiation to proceed in the male direction. The precise dose, timing, and coordination needed for their expression add to the proneness of various stages in male sex differentiation to external influences. The emerging insight, through the identification of genes involved in the sex differentiation cascade, is… CONTINUE READING
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