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X-Linked dominant

In the example on the left, a father with an X-linked dominant disorder has two affected daughters and two unaffected sons. On the right, a mother with an X-linked dominant disorder has two affected children and two unaffected children.

In the example on the left, a father with an X-linked dominant disorder has two affected daughters and two unaffected sons. On the right, a mother with an X-linked dominant disorder has two affected children and two unaffected children.

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Published: February 1, 2016