Jumonji domain protein JMJD5 functions in both the plant and human circadian systems.

@article{Jones2010JumonjiDP,
  title={Jumonji domain protein JMJD5 functions in both the plant and human circadian systems.},
  author={Matthew Alan Jones and Michael F. Covington and Luciano DiTacchio and Christopher Vollmers and Satchidananda Panda and Stacey L Harmer},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2010},
  volume={107 50},
  pages={21623-8}
}
Circadian clocks are near-ubiquitous molecular oscillators that coordinate biochemical, physiological, and behavioral processes with environmental cues, such as dawn and dusk. Circadian timing mechanisms are thought to have arisen multiple times throughout the evolution of eukaryotes but share a similar overall structure consisting of interlocking transcriptional and posttranslational feedback loops. Recent work in both plants and animals has also linked modification of histones to circadian… CONTINUE READING

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