Circadian rhythm signalling peptides and proteins
Circadian rhythm signalling peptides and proteins are a broad range of proteins and peptides that regulate the circadian rhythm of a cell or organism, the roughly 24-hour period entrained by light, temperature and other environmental components. These peptides and proteins generally undergo circadian oscillations in transcription levels, phosphorylation levels, and in their susceptibility to degradation.
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