X chromosome refers to a sex chromosome found in both females and males. Normal females usually have two (2) X chromosomes . Normal males usually have one X along with a Y chromosome. The complete chromosome complement consisting of 46 chromosomes is conventionally written as 46,XX for females and 46,XY for males.

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