In a report published today in the journal Science, the Salk researchers and their collaborators at McGill University and Albert Einstein College of Medicine describe how the gene KDM5A protein, JARID1a, the circuit as an activation switch in the biochemical coded, serves maintains our circadian rhythm.
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