New genetic findings related to circadian rhythm could have implications for humans, animals, and even plant life.
UT Southwestern researchers discover a gene implicated in circadian rhythm may also play a vital role in regulating genes important for our brain evolution.
A new study reports depressed people who responded to ketamine found their activity increased during earlier parts of the day. Researchers suggest clock gene machinery may be linked to the type of depression that responds to ketamine treatment.
A new study provides fresh insight into how local circadian clocks can control sleep and wakefulness.
A new study reports smoking disrupts the circadian rhythm in both the brain and lungs.
A new study reveals how the production of p75NTR protein oscillates in time with the body's natural circadian rhythm and how these oscillations help regulate vital metabolic functions. The findings offer an insight into how circadian rhythm helps maintain the body's overall metabolic health.