Molecular Bases for Circadian Clocks

@article{Dunlap1999MolecularBF,
  title={Molecular Bases for Circadian Clocks},
  author={J. Dunlap},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1999},
  volume={96},
  pages={271-290}
}
been PERFRQT, reflecting the Drosophila period gene Dartmouth Medical School and the Neurospora frequency gene (the fruits of the Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 first decades of genetic and molecular genetic analysis of clocks) and the fact that the Drosophila timeless gene, tim, was still in the process of arriving. This era was Life is a cyclical chemical process that is regulated in spent convincing ourselves that such genes really were four dimensions. We distinguish parts of the cycle: de… Expand
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