Cardinal Epigenetic Role of non-coding Regulatory RNAs in Circadian Rhythm

@article{Bhadra2017CardinalER,
  title={Cardinal Epigenetic Role of non-coding Regulatory RNAs in Circadian Rhythm},
  author={Utpal Bhadra and Pradipta Patra and Manika Pal-Bhadra},
  journal={Molecular Neurobiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={55},
  pages={3564-3576}
}
Circadian rhythm which governs basic physiological activities like sleeping, feeding and energy consumption is regulated by light-controlled central clock genes in the pacemaker neuron. The timekeeping machinery with unique transcriptional and post-transcriptional feedback loops is controlled by different small regulatory RNAs in the brain. Roles of the multiple neuronal genes, especially post-transcriptional regulation, splicing, polyadenylation, mature mRNA editing, and stability of… 
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