Klinefelter Syndrome News and Research

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Klinefelter syndrome, also known as XXY syndrome, is a genetic disorder that involves an additional X sex chromosome in males. Physiologically, males inherit one X chromosome from their mothers and one Y chromosome from their fathers and thus possess XY. Males with Klinefelter syndrome have an additional X chromosome that is inherited from either the mother or the father and therefore have XXY.
De Novo Mutations may Play a Role in Male Infertility

De Novo Mutations may Play a Role in Male Infertility