Knitting up the raveled sleave of care.

@article{Yang2013KnittingUT,
  title={Knitting up the raveled sleave of care.},
  author={Guangrui Yang and Georgios Paschos and Anne M. Curtis and Erik S Musiek and Sarah C. McLoughlin and Garret A. FitzGerald},
  journal={Science translational medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={5 212},
  pages={
          212rv3
        }
}
This Review is based on the Franklin Epstein Lecture delivered at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital on 25 April 2013. We discuss recent advances in our understanding of molecular clocks and highlight their relevance to human physiology and disease. 

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