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Y-linked adj

Y-linked adj

A pathophysiological link between dystonia, striatal interneurons and neuropeptide Y

Analysis and Evolution of Two Functional Y-Linked Loci in a Plant Sex Chromosome System

Defects in the striatal neuropeptide Y system in X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism

Y.W. Loke, Life’s Vital Link: The Astonishing Role of the Placenta

Substitution Rates in a New Silene latifolia Sex-Linked Gene, SlssX/Y

Translocation of Y-Linked Genes to the Dot Chromosome in Drosophila pseudoobscura

Genetic Distinctiveness of Endangered Dwarf Blue Sheep (Pseudois nayaur schaeferi): Evidence From Mitochondrial Control Region and Y-Linked ZFY Intron Sequences

Synthesis of Lipid-Linked Oligosaccharides Is Dependent on the Cell Cycle in Rat 3Y1 Cells

Do the Hominid-Specific Regions of X–Y Homology Contain Candidate Genes Potentially Involved in a Critical Event Linked to Speciation?

Substitution Rates in the X- and Y-Linked Genes of the Plants, Silene latifolia and S. dioica

Statistical Properties of the Variation at Linked Microsatellite Loci: Implications for the History of Human Y Chromosomes

Statistical properties of the variation at linked microsatellite loci: implications for the history of human Y chromosomes.

Molecular Evolution of Two Paralogous Tandemly Repeated Heterochromatic Gene Clusters Linked to the X and Y Chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster

Detecting Evolutionary Strata on the Human X Chromosome in the Absence of Gametologous Y-Linked Sequences

Deletions on mouse Yq lead to upregulation of multiple X- and Y-linked transcripts in spermatids

Expression pattern of the Y‐linked PRY gene suggests a function in apoptosis but not in spermatogenesis

The incidence and possible relevance of Y-linked microdeletions in babies born after intracytoplasmic sperm injection and their infertile fathers


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Of or relating to a gene situated on the Y chromosome or a characteristic or trait determined by such a gene, such as hirsutism of the ears and certain other characteristically masculine traits. No significant Y-linked disorders are known. See also holandric, sex-linked. Compare X-linked. Y-linkage n.

Subjects: Psychology.

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