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  Genome Screen Reveals Two-Way Communication Between Common Biological Pathways and Body’s Daily Clock
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The Expanded Clock Gene Network. Clock components in the core feedback loop (blue), as well as other components known to regulate the clock (light blue), along with interacting genes (green, red, purple). Common interacting proteins are depicted in pink.

Credit: John Hogenesch, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Cell

The Expanded Clock Gene Network. Clock components in the core feedback loop (blue), as well as other components known to regulate the clock (light blue), along with interacting genes (green, red, purple). Common interacting proteins are depicted in pink. (John Hogenesch, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Cell)
 


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