A study by scientists at Indiana University has found that the master gene that regulates these differences plays a complex role in matching the right physical trait to the right sex. The research, published Feb. 27 in the journal Nature Communications, reveals new details about the behavior of the gene called "doublesex," or dsx.
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Students contemplating careers in health care are invited to attend the 15th annual Indiana University Bloomington Health Programs Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 1 in the Indiana Memorial Union. Featuring representatives from more than 100 schools, programs and organizations, the fair will provide IU students a chance to learn about a wide variety of educational and career opportunities. Attendees will meet with recruiters from medical schools and health professions programs and learn about the admissions process. The fair is organized each year by the Health Professions and Prelaw Center at IU Bloomington.