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Gehirn/Körper-Inkongruenz bei Transgendern: Genvarianten liefern einige Erkenntnisse

07. Februar 2020 – Einige der ersten biologischen Beweise für die Inkongruenz von Transgender-Individuen, da ihr Gehirn denkt, dass sie ein bestimmtes Geschlecht jedoch einen anderen (entgegengesetzten) Körper haben, wurden möglicherweise in Östrogenrezeptor-Bahnen im Gehirn von 30 Transgender-Individuen gefunden.

Einer kürzlich in Science Reports veröffentlichten Studie zufolge wurden 21 Varianten in 19 Genen in Östrogensignalwegen des Gehirns gefunden,

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