Homosexuality, type 1: an Xq28 phenomenon.

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Despite the absence of phenotypic manifestations in alternating generations characteristic of X-linked disorders, a thesis is presented that a major type of Kinsey grades 5 and 6 male homosexuality is determined by a gene in the Xq28 region. A total of 133 families in 78 kinshps of male and female homosexual probands, in addition to 116 families (including… (More)

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@article{Turner1995HomosexualityT1, title={Homosexuality, type 1: an Xq28 phenomenon.}, author={William J. Turner}, journal={Archives of sexual behavior}, year={1995}, volume={24 2}, pages={109-34} }