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NEW YORK – Results from a large genome-wide association study suggest that same-sex sexual behaviors stem from complex interactions between common genetic variants and environmental factors.

"We couldn't find any strong effect on chromosome X as was previously reported in the literature," co-first author Andrea Ganna said during a press briefing with reporters this week. "Sexual behavior is instead very polygenic, meaning there are a lot of variants that contribute to this trait."

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