GLIAL REGULATION OF CIRCADIAN BEHAVIOR

You, Samantha.

2018

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  • Abstract: Circadian rhythms are ubiquitous throughout nature. The molecular oscillators that generate these rhythms are components of nearly every part of biological life. While neuronal circadian circuitry is well studied, knowledge about the contribution of glial cells is currently limited. Recent studies in Drosophila and rodents have identified astrocytes as particularly important components o... read more
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