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Circadian rhythm research could turn early birds into night owls – EurekAlert

Researchers have identified a set of genes, called clock genes, that control circadian rhythms. But a more complicated gene network than previously known appears…

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IMAGE: This figure illustrates a gene network that controls circadian rhythms. Instead of there simply being one clock gene, a more complex network is involved.
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Credit: Rongling Wu
WASHINGTON, May 4, 2021 — How body clocks work could lead to science that can turn an early bird into a night owl or vice versa as well as other advances, like helping crops grow all year long.
In Applied Physics Reviews, by AIP Publishing, scientists at Penn State report on their work advancing knowledge…

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