LE WE PMID CA
Cryptochrome606Cryptochrom

Circadian clock

Cryptochrome

DNA (Repair and Toxicology)

Glucocorticoids

Magnetoreception

Period gene

Photobiology

Phytochrome

Plants (BASKET)

Suprachiasmatic nuclei

2009  
1
Clocks, cryptochromes and Monarch migrations.
[19591650] J Biol 8(6): 55 (2009)
2002  
2
Photolyase/cryptochrome blue-light photoreceptors use photon energy to repair DNA and reset the circadian clock.
[12483519] Oncogene 21(58): 9043-56 (2002)
2004  
3
Regulation of the mammalian circadian clock by cryptochrome.
[15123698] J Biol Chem 279(33): 34079-82 (2004)
2006  
4
2003  
5
Cryptochromes: enabling plants and animals to determine circadian time.
[13678578] Cell 114(5): 537-43 (2003)
2005  
6
2005  
7
Regulation of gene expression by light.
[16096960] Int J Dev Biol 49(5-6): 501-11 (2005)
2010  
8
Cryptochromes--a potential magnetoreceptor: what do we know and what do we want to know?
[19906675] J R Soc Interface 7 Suppl 2(-): S147-62 (2010)
2007  
9
Circadian clocks: regulators of endocrine and metabolic rhythms.
[17951531] J Endocrinol 195(2): 187-98 (2007)
2010  
10
Cryptochrome: A photoreceptor with the properties of a magnetoreceptor?
[20539777] Commun Integr Biol 3(1): 24-7 (2010)
2010  
11
Searching for a photocycle of the cryptochrome photoreceptors.
[20943427] Curr Opin Plant Biol 13(5): 578-86 (2010)

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