Short circuiting the circadian clock

A recent report in Cell shows that the transcription and translation cycles that drive the molecular circadian clock may also be regulated by electrical activity.

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van den Pol, A., Obrietan, K. Short circuiting the circadian clock. Nat Neurosci 5, 616–618 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1038/nn0702-616

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