The Y chromosome has genome-wide influences over chromatin structure and gene regulation
Chromatin StructureDevelopmental Biology & Stem Cells

The Y chromosome has genome-wide influences over chromatin structure and gene regulation

In mammals, the Y chromosome is responsible for determining the male sex by initiating the development of male-specific gonad tissues. Hormones, produced and secreted by the sex organs, are vital for initiating and maintaining sexual dimorphisms. However, differences seen between the sexes are not solely derived from hormones. In fact, …

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