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apj0731 t1_jd50180 wrote

The article does an okay job explaining this but the title of the post is misleading. It’s not genes (i.e., the alleles males /females have) but how certain genes are regulated. Gene regulation is a multilevel process. The article explains this fine. The title of the post makes it seems like males and females have different genes or alleles that result in depression.


Apogee-500 t1_jd6g739 wrote

Nice, we need sex differentiated studies.