Items where Subject is "circadian rhythm"

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Ferro, Austin, Arshad, Anosha, Boyd, Leah, Stanley, Tess, Berisha, Adrian, Vrudhula, Uma, Gomez, Adrian M, Borniger, Jeremy C, Cheadle, Lucas M (April 2024) The cytokine receptor Fn14 is a molecular brake on neuronal activity that mediates circadian function in vivo. bioRxiv. (Submitted)

Jarczok, M. N., Aguilar-Raab, C., Koenig, J., Kaess, M., Borniger, J. C., Nelson, R. J., Hall, M., Ditzen, B., Thayer, J. F., Fischer, J. E. (July 2018) The Heart's rhythm 'n' blues: Sex differences in circadian variation patterns of vagal activity vary by depressive symptoms in predominantly healthy employees. Chronobiol Int, 35 (7). pp. 896-909. ISSN 1525-6073 (Electronic)0742-0528 (Linking)

Kinney, Brian, Sahu, Shubham, Stec, Natalia, Hills-Muckey, Kelly, Adams, Dexter W, Wang, Jing, Jaremko, Matt, Joshua-Tor, Leemor, Keil, Wolfgang, Hammell, Christopher M (August 2023) A circadian-like gene network programs the timing and dosage of heterochronic miRNA transcription during C. elegans development. Developmental Cell. S1534-5807(23)00402. ISSN 1534-5807

Mo, Ziyi, Scheben, Armin, Steinberg, Joshua, Siepel, Adam, Martienssen, Robert (March 2021) Circadian immunity, sunrise time and the seasonality of respiratory infections. medRxiv. (Unpublished)

Walker, W. H., Borniger, J. C., Gaudier-Diaz, M. M., Hecmarie Melendez-Fernandez, O., Pascoe, J. L., Courtney DeVries, A., Nelson, R. J. (May 2019) Acute exposure to low-level light at night is sufficient to induce neurological changes and depressive-like behavior. Mol Psychiatry. ISSN 1476-5578

Yin, W., Borniger, J. C., Wang, X., Maguire, S. M., Munselle, M. L., Bezner, K. S., Tesfamariam, H. M., Garcia, A. N., Hofmann, H. A., Nelson, R. J., Gore, A. C. (November 2019) Estradiol treatment improves biological rhythms in a preclinical rat model of menopause. Neurobiol Aging, 83. pp. 1-10. ISSN 1558-1497

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