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Diurnal transcriptome atlas of a primate across major neural and peripheral tissues

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Science  16 Mar 2018:
Vol. 359, Issue 6381, eaao0318
DOI: 10.1126/science.aao0318

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  • RE: ultradian rhythms
    • John Holaday, professor/retired, Unformed Services University of the Health Sciences

    This is an exciting article that shows how far biological rhythm research has progressed over 40 years since we published an article about synchronized ultradian rhythms in rhesus monkeys [(J. W. Holaday, H. M. Martinez. B. H. Natelson, Science, 198, 56 (1977)]. Did these authors detect any ultradian rhythms in their data?

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