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Men are slowly losing their Y chromosome, but a new sex gene discovery in spiny rats brings hope for humanity

By Jenny Graves, Distinguished Professor of Genetics and Vice Chancellor's Fellow, La Trobe University
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The human Y chromosome could disappear over time, putting our species in jeopardy. But some rodents have managed just fine without it – and we now know how.The Conversation

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