Biological clock regulates muscle growth.

Last updated 4th Feb 2020
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A pinboard by Jeffrey Kelu

Reserch Associate, King's College London


Muscle tissues display robust circadian rhythms, which govern the growth and metabolism, independent of physical activities

Circadian rhythms are the result of an endogenous biological clock that oscillates with a ~24 h-period interacting with environmental cues or cycles resulting from Earth’s rotation. An obvious anim...