Splitting of locomotor circadian rhythmicity in hamsters is facilitated by pinealectomy.


The role of the pineal gland in the mammalian circadian system has not been well established, in contrast to a fair number of reports indicating pharmacological effects of melatonin in the circadian organization. In order to establish the effects of pinealectomy on the time course of splitting of circadian rhythmicity, the wheel running locomotor activity… (More)


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