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superfemale

[¦sü·pər′fē‚māl]
(genetics)
In Drosophila, a female with three X chromosomes and two sets of autosomes resulting in sterility and generally early death. In humans, XXX females are fertile.
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Over-dosage of X-linked escapee genes due to an extra X chromosome was suggested to contribute to the development of psychiatric symptoms in Triple X syndrome (XXX).
Genetic syndromes as a cause of treatment resistance in schizophrenia: a case with triple x syndrome. J Ist Faculty Med 2019;82(3):162-3.
Triple X syndrome is the most common female chromosomal abnormality.
Triple X syndrome with rare phenotypic presentation.
A diagnosis of primary amenorrhoea secondary to triple X syndrome was made.