Populations of cells can exhibit remarkably precise and stable circadian oscillations. But can single cells achieve such precision in the absence of intercellular communication? For cyanobacteria, it seems so.
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Johnson, C. As time glows by in bacteria. Nature 430, 23–24 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1038/430023a