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Regulation of Clock-Controlled Genes in Mammals

By Katarzyna Bozek, Angela Relógio, Szymon M. Kielbasa, Markus Heine, Christof Dame, Achim Kramer and Hanspeter Herzel

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The complexity of tissue- and day time-specific regulation of thousands of clock-controlled genes (CCGs) suggests that many regulatory mechanisms contribute to the transcriptional output of the circadian clock. We aim to predict these mechanisms using a large scale promoter analysis of CCGs

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