Peripheral clocks don’t need the brain’s master clock to function correctly

30 octubre 2014

New research further adds to our understanding of the circadian rhythm by suggesting that the suprachiasmaticus nucleus clock, a tiny region of the hypothalamus considered to be the body’s ‘master’ timekeeper, is not necessary to align body rhythms with the light-dark cycle.
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