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At evolgen, a blogger sums up recent research on sexually antagonistic genes. Several papers look across species, from human, mouse, and fruit fly, at the effect of X-linked copies of genes -- genes from the X-chromosome that are duplicated and appear on autosomes and are expressed in a biased fashion in male- and female-specific tissues.

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