Day/night rhythms in gene expression of the normal murine heart

@article{Martino2003DaynightRI,
  title={Day/night rhythms in gene expression of the normal murine heart},
  author={T. Martino and S. Arab and M. Straume and D. Belsham and N. Tata and F. Cai and P. Liu and M. Trivieri and M. Ralph and M. Sole},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={82},
  pages={256-264}
}
  • T. Martino, S. Arab, +7 authors M. Sole
  • Published 2003
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Molecular Medicine
  • Molecular circadian oscillators have recently been identified in heart and many other peripheral organs; however, little is known about the physiologic significance of circadian gene cycling in the periphery. While general temporal profiles of gene expression in the heart have been described under constant lighting conditions, patterns under normal day/night conditions may be distinctly different. To understand how gene expression contributes to cardiac function, especially in human beings, it… CONTINUE READING

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