Scientists quash idea of single gay gene Science
Notify me of new posts by email. Sexuality Biology news. Dean Hamer, a former National Institutes of Health scientist who led the first high-profile study identifying a genetic link to being gay in , said he was happy to see such a large research effort.
The authors also say their findings call into question the idea that sexuality exists on a single scale. The workforce then checked out which genetic variants could be in the back of the hyperlink, the usage of knowledge from greater than , contributors in the United Kingdom Biobank challenge and greater than 68, people whose knowledge was once amassed through the corporate 23andMe.
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Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. The new study found that all genetic effects likely account for about 32 percent of whether someone will have same-sex sex. The study, the largest ever into this difficult topic, was conducted by an international group of scientists working with 23andMe, a personal genomics firm.
Sederer, MD: Hello. Dr Brendan Zietsch, co-author of the research from the University of Queensland in Australia, said that does not mean the rest is due to upbringing or culture. High Attention Score compared to outputs of the same age and source 99th percentile.