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Lyonization and X-linked disorders?
Lyonization or X-chromosome inactivation is the conversion of all but one, X-chromosomes in Females into non-coding heterochromatin (i.e. deactivated) leading to the formation of one or more Barr ...
Oct 20 '13 at 13:39
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