Handedness and the X chromosome: The role of androgen receptor CAG-repeat length

@inproceedings{Arning2015HandednessAT,
  title={Handedness and the X chromosome: The role of androgen receptor CAG-repeat length},
  author={Larissa Arning and Sebastian Ocklenburg and Stefanie Schulz and Vanessa Ness and Wanda Maria Gerding and Jan G. Hengstler and Michael Falkenstein and J{\"o}rg T. Epplen and Onur G{\"u}nt{\"u}rk{\"u}n and Christian Beste},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
Prenatal androgen exposure has been suggested to be one of the factors influencing handedness, making the androgen receptor gene (AR) a likely candidate gene for individual differences in handedness. Here, we examined the relationship between the length of the CAG-repeat in AR and different handedness phenotypes in a sample of healthy adults of both sexes (n = 1057). Since AR is located on the X chromosome, statistical analyses in women heterozygous for CAG-repeat lengths are complicated by X… CONTINUE READING
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