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Molecular path from internal clock to cells controlling rest and activity revealed

The molecular pathway that carries time-of-day signals from the body’s internal clock to ultimately guide daily behavior is like a black box, says a researcher. Now, new research is taking a peek inside, describing a molecular pathway and its inner parts that connect the well-known clock neurons to cells governing rhythms of rest and activity in fruit flies.

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