Daily rhythms of clock gene expression, glycaemia and digestive physiology in diurnal/nocturnal European seabass.

@article{Pozo2012DailyRO,
  title={Daily rhythms of clock gene expression, glycaemia and digestive physiology in diurnal/nocturnal European seabass.},
  author={Ana del Pozo and Ander Montoya and Luisa Mar{\'i}a Vera and Francisco Javier Sanchez-Vazquez},
  journal={Physiology & behavior},
  year={2012},
  volume={106 4},
  pages={446-50}
}
Seabass is a fish species with dual (diurnal/nocturnal) feeding behavior, although little is known about changes in its molecular clock, physiology and metabolism linked to this dual behavior. In the research described here possible differences in clock gene expression in central (brain) and peripheral (liver) oscillators, and in physiology (blood glucose and amylase activity in mid-intestine) were studied in seabass with diurnal or nocturnal self-feeding patterns under LD 12:12h (light:dark… CONTINUE READING