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CART (cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript) is a peptide with neurotransmitter and neuroendocrine functions with several key roles, both centrally and peripherally. In mammals there is a(More)
An extensive network of endogenous oscillators governs vertebrate circadian rhythmicity. At the molecular level, they are composed of a set of clock genes that participate in(More)
Clock genes are responsible for generating and sustaining most rhythmic daily functions in vertebrates. Their expression is endogenously driven, although they are entrained by external cues such as(More)
Circadian rhythms are established very early during vertebrate development. In fish, environmental cues can influence the initiation and synchronization of different rhythmic processes. Previous(More)
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