Article Title: Feminized behavior and brain gene expression in a novel mouse model of Klinefelter Syndrome

Authors: T.C. Ngun , N.M. Ghahramani, M.M. Creek, S.M. Williams-Burris, H. Barseghyan, Y. Itoh, F.J. Sánchez, R. McClusky, J.S. Sinsheimer, A.P. Arnold, E. Vilain

Date of Publication: June 13, 2014

In some Klinefelter males, certain traits may be feminized or shifted from the male-typical pattern towards a more female-typical one…In sum, our results demonstrated that investigating behavioral and molecular feminization in XXY males can provide crucial information about the pathophysiology of KS and may aid our understanding of sex differences in brain and behavior.”

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