Circadian Dexras1 in rats: Development, location and responsiveness to light.

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Dexras1 has been shown to exhibit clock-dependent rhythm in mice suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), and its genetic deletion modulates circadian responses to photic and nonphotic cues. We show that the rhythmic expression of Dexras1 mRNA and protein in rat SCN already oscillates with low amplitude at postnatal day 3 and can be detected as early as embryonic day… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/07420528.2015.1120741

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@article{Hahnov2016CircadianDI, title={Circadian Dexras1 in rats: Development, location and responsiveness to light.}, author={Kl{\'a}ra Hahnov{\'a} and Dominika Pa{\vc}esov{\'a} and Barbora Volfov{\'a} and Kateřina {\vC}erven{\'a} and Dita Kasparova and Jitka M. Zurmanova and Zdeňka Bendov{\'a}}, journal={Chronobiology international}, year={2016}, volume={33 2}, pages={141-50} }