Tageszeitabhängige Körpertemperaturrhythmen regulieren die Genexpression

Abstract

Alternative splicing is a dynamically regulated mechanism that dramatically
increases the genomes coding capacity. Alternative splicing
is regulated in a time-of-day dependent manner and depends on mammalian
body temperature cycles. This observation let to the discovery
of a body temperature sensitive kinase, which acts as sensor translating
small changes in temperature (

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