Sex chromosomes specify an organism's genetic sex. Humans have two different sex chromosomes, one called X and the other Y.\nSex-linked genes are located on either the X or Y chromosome, though it more commonly refers to genes located on the X-chromosome.
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Why are sex-linked diseases more common in men than in women?
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