CONTROL OF THE CIRCADIAN RHYTHM IN SEROTONIN CONTENT OF THE RAT PINEAL GLAND BY SOLOMON H. SNYDER, MARK ZWEIG,* JULIUS AXELROD, AND JOSEF E. FISCHER LAEOEATOItY OF CUNICAL SCIENCE, NATIONAL INSTITUTJ!i OF MENTAL EEALTE,

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Circadian rhythms have been demonstrated in mammals for a variety of biological phenomena, including running activity, l rectal temperat,ure,2 phma eosinophil and corticosterone levels,2* * liver mitoses, and nucleic acid content.’ Certain of these rhythms are considered endogenous since they persist in the absence of environmental lighting. l* s… (More)

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