Circadian Gene Expression in Individual Fibroblasts Cell-Autonomous and Self-Sustained Oscillators Pass Time to Daughter Cells

@article{Nagoshi2004CircadianGE,
  title={Circadian Gene Expression in Individual Fibroblasts Cell-Autonomous and Self-Sustained Oscillators Pass Time to Daughter Cells},
  author={Emi Nagoshi and Camille Saini and Christoph Bauer and Thierry Laroche and F{\'e}lix Naef and Ueli Schibler},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2004},
  volume={119},
  pages={693-705}
}

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