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New Pathway to Understanding Circadian Rhythms

  September, 25 2001 14:37
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Research News from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)

New Pathway to Understanding Circadian Rhythms

HHMI researchers have determined that a protein involved in neurofibromatosis type 1, a human nerve disorder, plays an important role in communicating crucial information about the circadian clock. Circadian rhythms, the patterns of activity that occur on a 24-hour cycle, are
important biological regulators in almost all living creatures.

Research published in the September 21, 2001, issue of the journal Science.

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