Study Suggests Two Genomic Regions Influence Male Sexual Orientation | GenomeWeb

Through a study of more than 400 pairs of gay brothers, researchers led by Northwestern University's Michael Bailey identified two regions of the genome that appear to be associated with sexual orientation in men.

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