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{{protected}}Since Dr. Moira McTaggart published her findings on the X-factor in 1990, mutants have exploded into the public consciousness. Today, about 5% of the human population has a copy of the X-Factor gene, and about 1% will manifest a recognizable mutation.  Mutations manifest with puberty, typically between the ages of 10 and 14. There is no way to test whether the carrier of an X-Factor gene will develop a mutation for certain.
=In New York City=
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