What is the chromosome case in transgender people?

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Transgender is a person who identifies himself or herself with a gender different from the one assigned at birth. They can have completly normal chromosomal makeup i.e. 44+XY (trans-woman) and 44+XX (transman). But sometimes Klinefelter syndrome can also be the reason behind it. It's chromosomal makeup is 44 +XXY. Such individuals are born male with gynacomastia and other female traits.

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