The ultradian clock: not to be confused with the cell cycle

  • David Lloyd
  • Published 2006 in Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology

Abstract

Biochemical reactions that constitute the metabolic network generally have relaxation times in the range of 0.1 ms to 100 s, and are but one component of the massively interconnected web of the total cellular system1,2. For at least 5 decades, this system has been referred to as a temporal hierarchy, but as pointed out by Yates3, it is really a heterarchy… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrm1980-c1

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