Sex-reversed mice: XX and XO males.

@article{Cattanach1971SexreversedMX,
  title={Sex-reversed mice: XX and XO males.},
  author={B. Cattanach and C. E. Pollard and S. Hawker},
  journal={Cytogenetics},
  year={1971},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={
          318-37
        }
}
An autosomally inherited condition is described in the mouse which causes genetic females to develop as phenotypic males. XX males are phenotypically normal with the exception of small testes, which, 
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