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A comparative analysis of sex differences across a variety of mammals published in Science this week reveals hundreds of genes with conserved sex-biased expression and offers new insights into into the molecular origins and evolution of sexual dimorphism. In the study, researchers studied RNA sequencing data from male and female humans, macaques, mice, rats, and dogs across 12 tissues.

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