Central and peripheral clocks are coupled by a neuropeptide pathway in Drosophila

@inproceedings{Selcho2017CentralAP,
  title={Central and peripheral clocks are coupled by a neuropeptide pathway in Drosophila},
  author={Mareike Selcho and Carola S. Mill{\'a}n and Angelina Palacios-Mu{\~n}oz and Franziska Ruf and Lilian Ubillo and Jiangtian Chen and Gregor Bergmann and Chihiro Ito and Valeria Silva and Christian Wegener and John Ewer},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2017}
}
Animal circadian clocks consist of central and peripheral pacemakers, which are coordinated to produce daily rhythms in physiology and behaviour. Despite its importance for optimal performance and health, the mechanism of clock coordination is poorly understood. Here we dissect the pathway through which the circadian clock of Drosophila imposes daily rhythmicity to the pattern of adult emergence. Rhythmicity depends on the coupling between the brain clock and a peripheral clock in the… CONTINUE READING
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