The dorsomedial hypothalamic nucleus as a putative food-entrainable circadian pacemaker.

@article{Mieda2006TheDH,
  title={The dorsomedial hypothalamic nucleus as a putative food-entrainable circadian pacemaker.},
  author={Michihiro Mieda and Simon C. Williams and J. A. Richardson and Kohichi Tanaka and Masashi Yanagisawa},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2006},
  volume={103 32},
  pages={12150-5}
}
Temporal restriction of feeding can phase-shift behavioral and physiological circadian rhythms in mammals. These changes in biological rhythms are postulated to be brought about by a food-entrainable oscillator (FEO) that is independent of the suprachiasmatic nucleus. However, the neural substrates of FEO have remained elusive. Here, we carried out an unbiased search for mouse brain region(s) that exhibit a rhythmic expression of the Period genes in a feeding-entrainable manner. We found that… CONTINUE READING
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