Creatine accelerates the circadian clock in a unicellular alga


The circadian clock is considered to be a universal feature of eucaryotic organisms, controlling the occurrence and rates of many different aspects of life, ranging from single enzymatic reactions and metabolism to complex behaviours such as activity and rest1. Although the nature of the underlying cellular/biochemical oscillator is still unknown2, many… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/334432a0


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