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Jet lag, medically referred to as "desynchronosis," is a physiological condition which is a consequence of alterations to circadian rhythms; it is classified as one of the circadian rhythm sleep disorders.
Teneurin-3: Protein That Helps for Circadian Rhythm Stability in Mice

Teneurin-3: Protein That Helps for Circadian Rhythm Stability in Mice

Bacteria Have Complex Circadian Clocks, Study Finds

Bacteria Have Complex Circadian Clocks, Study Finds

Maintaining Regular Sleep Patterns May Improve Gut Health

Maintaining Regular Sleep Patterns May Improve Gut Health

Key Event that Controls the Timing of the Biological Clock Identified

Key Event that Controls the Timing of the Biological Clock Identified

Research Deepens Our Understanding of Circadian Rhythm Regulation

Research Deepens Our Understanding of Circadian Rhythm Regulation

The continued functioning of circadian clock of cells even after starvation

The continued functioning of circadian clock of cells even after starvation

Daytime eating maintains circadian alignment, prevents glucose intolerance despite mistimed sleep

Daytime eating maintains circadian alignment, prevents glucose intolerance despite mistimed sleep

Creating a Biological Clock in a Test Tube

Creating a Biological Clock in a Test Tube

New research identifies a master timekeeper for the brain's circadian clock

New research identifies a master timekeeper for the brain's circadian clock

Light-controlled on/off switch can help reset the biological clock

Light-controlled on/off switch can help reset the biological clock

New report highlights coffee's effect on sleep

New report highlights coffee's effect on sleep

Researchers investigate solutions to make cell membranes resistant to coronavirus entry

Researchers investigate solutions to make cell membranes resistant to coronavirus entry

Scientists propose a promising new tool based on optogenetics to study neurons

Scientists propose a promising new tool based on optogenetics to study neurons

Clock protein moves in sync with temperature to coordinate rhythms in shoots, roots

Clock protein moves in sync with temperature to coordinate rhythms in shoots, roots