X-linked Dominant

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Refers to an inheritance pattern where the gene causing a disorder or trait is located on the X chromosome. Most males have one X chromosome and one Y chromosome (XY). Only one copy of a gene on the X chromosome, whether in a female with two X chromosomes or males with one X chromosome, must have a change or mutation for an individual to be affected with the condition. See dominant.

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