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James M. Turner

Francis Crick Institute, London | United Kingdom

EMBO 2019

Sex chromosome biology

Male and female mammals are genetically and biologically different. Females have two X chromosomes, while males have one X chromosome and one Y chromosome. We study the sex chromosomes in a range of animals, including mammals and marsupials, to understand how they regulate health and disease.

Keywords: Sex chromosomes / stem cells / dosage compensation / evolution / meiosis

Subject area(s): Cell Cycle | Chromatin & Transcription | Development | Genomic & Computational Biology