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*  Pinealocyte
Regulation of melatonin synthesis is important to melatonin's main function in circadian rhythms. The main molecular control ... important in the regulation of circadian rhythms. In humans, the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the hypothalamus communicates the ... this system of regulation maintains the body's circadian rhythms. Pinealocytes synthesize the hormone melatonin by first ...
*  Pineal gland cyst
... circadian rhythm dysfunction, or hydrocephalus if the cyst impinged on the superior colliculi or caused obstruction of the ...
*  Polysomnography
Although it is not directly useful in diagnosing circadian rhythm sleep disorders, it may be used to rule out other sleep ... though some labs can accommodate shift workers and people with circadian rhythm sleep disorders and do the test at other times ... Cardiac rhythm abnormalities. Leg movements. Body position during sleep. Oxygen saturation during sleep. Once scored, the test ... and heart rhythm (ECG) during sleep. After the identification of the sleep disorder sleep apnea in the 1970s, the breathing ...
*  Free-running sleep
Circadian rhythm Circadian rhythm sleep disorder Scheer, Frank A.J.L.; Kenneth P. Wright Jr.; Richard E. Kronauer; Charles A. ... Non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder, also referred to as free-running disorder (FRD) or Non-24, is one of the circadian rhythm ... ISBN 0-471-68371-X. An American Academy of Sleep Medicine Review: Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders: Part II, Advanced Sleep ... Subjects are thus forced to live by their internal circadian "clocks". The individual's or animal's circadian phase can be ...
*  Circadian rhythm
In medical science, an abnormal circadian rhythm in humans is known as circadian rhythm disorder. In 2017, the Nobel Prize in ... Health problems can result from a disturbance to the circadian rhythm. Circadian rhythms also play a part in the reticular ... the circadian rhythm continues to be disrupted. The stabilization of sleep and the circadian rhythm might possibly help to ... circadian rhythms in quail. What drove circadian rhythms to evolve has been an enigmatic question. Previous hypotheses ...
*  Drosophila circadian rhythm
Biological rhythms are first and best studied from Drosophila. Drosophila circadian rhythm has paved the way for understanding ... Thus, the clock is reset to commence the next circadian cycle. Dubowy, Christine; Sehgal, Amita (2017). "Circadian Rhythms and ... This is because the circadian clocks are fundamentally similar. Drosophila circadian rhythm was discovered in 1935 by German ... there was no circadian rhythm; in one mutation (called perS, "S" for short or shortened) the rhythm was shortened by ~19 hours ...
*  Circadian Rhythm (film)
Circadian rhythm, the biological cycle for which the film is named "Circadian Rhythm". teleport-city.com. Circadian Rhythm on ... Circadian Rhythm is a 2005 action film that portrays a young woman's journey to discover who she is and why multiple enemies ...
*  Bacterial circadian rhythm
Bacterial circadian rhythms, like other circadian rhythms, are endogenous "biological clocks" that have the following three ... have well-documented circadian rhythms that meet all the criteria of bona fide circadian rhythms. In these bacteria, three key ... The luminescence rhythms expressed by these transformed S. elongatus fulfilled all three key criteria of circadian rhythms: ... Lin R-F, and Huang, T-C (2009) Circadian rhythm of Cyanothece RF-1 (Synechococcus RF-1). Chapter 3 in: Bacterial Circadian ...
*  Circadian rhythm sleep disorder
Humans, like most living organisms, have various biological rhythms. Circadian rhythms, often referred to as the body clock or ... "Altered or disrupted sensitivity to zeitgebers is probably the most common cause of circadian rhythm disorder." Circadian ... People with circadian rhythm sleep disorders are unable to go to sleep and awaken at the times commonly required for work and ... Circadian rhythm sleep disorders (CRSD) are a family of sleep disorders affecting (among other bodily processes) the timing of ...
*  Light effects on circadian rhythm
Chronobiology Circadian advantage Circadian clock Circadian oscillator Circadian rhythm disorders Electronic media and sleep ... exposure to light soon after wakening advances the circadian rhythm, whereas exposure before sleeping delays the rhythm. An ... Disruption of circadian rhythm as a result of light also produces changes in metabolism. Although many researchers consider ... Melatonin plays a large role in effects of light on circadian rhythms. When an organism is exposed to a light stimulus, the ...
*  Journal of Circadian Rhythms
The Journal of Circadian Rhythms is a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal covering circadian and nycthemeral (daily) ... rhythms in living organisms, including processes associated with photoperiodism and daily torpor. It was established in 2003 ...
*  Michael Ashburner
Moses, K; Ashburner, M (1985). "Circadian rhythms. Period piece for Drosophila". Nature. 315 (6015): 98. doi:10.1038/315098a0. ...
*  Rachel Miner
"Circadian Rhythm". teleport-city.com. Retrieved December 21, 2016. New TV series dresses up local landmarks in fear and blood, ... a young woman on a journey to discover who she is and why multiple enemies want her dead in the action film Circadian Rhythm. ...
*  Modafinil
... is "available to crew to optimize performance while fatigued" and helps with the disruptions in circadian rhythms and ... Zee PC, Attarian H, Videnovic A (February 2013). "Circadian rhythm abnormalities". Continuum. 19 (1 Sleep Disorders): 132-47. ... "Practice parameters for the clinical evaluation and treatment of circadian rhythm sleep disorders. An American Academy of Sleep ...
*  Pseudo-response regulator
Liu, Yi; Bell-Pedersen, Deborah (2017-04-27). "Circadian Rhythms in Neurospora crassa and Other Filamentous Fungi". Eukaryotic ... McClung, C. Robertson (2006-04-01). "Plant Circadian Rhythms". The Plant Cell. 18 (4): 792-803. doi:10.1105/tpc.106.040980. ... TOC1 (gene) CCA1 Circadian Clock Salomé, Patrice A.; McClung, C. Robertson. "The Arabidopsis thaliana Clock". Journal of ... Matsushika, Akinori (2000). "Circadian Waves of Expression of the APRR1/TOC1 Family of Pseudo-Response Regulators in ...
*  Jet lag
The symptoms are caused by a circadian rhythm that is out of sync with the day-night cycle of the destination, as well as the ... Jet lag was previously classified as one of the circadian rhythm sleep disorders. The condition of jet lag may last several ... Most people have an endogenous circadian rhythm that is longer than 24 hours, so lengthening a day is less troublesome than ... It does not necessarily involve the shift in circadian rhythms that cause jet lag. Travel fatigue can occur without crossing ...
*  Light therapy
Morning therapy has provided the best results because light in the early morning aids in regulating the circadian rhythm. A ... In the management of circadian rhythm disorders such as delayed sleep phase disorder (DSPD), the timing of light exposure is ... Zisapel, Nava (2001). "Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders". CNS Drugs. 15 (4): 311-328. doi:10.2165/00023210-200115040-00005. ... circadian rhythm disorders and skin conditions like psoriasis, other applications include the use of low level laser, red light ...
*  Circaseptan
A circaseptan rhythm is a cycle consisting of 7 days in which many biological processes of life resolve. Circadian rhythm ... "Palaeochronobiology circadian rhythms, gauges of adaptive Darwinian evolution: about 7-day circaseptan rhythms, gauges of ... 1987: Circaseptan rhythm in sodium and potassium excretion in salt-sensitive and salt-resistant 'Dahl rats'". Progr Clin Biol ... 755-762 Meyer-Rochow, VB; Brown, PJ (1998). "Possible natural circaseptan rhythm in the beach beetle Chaerodes trachyscelides ...
*  Fetal movement
Fetuses aged 14 to 18 weeks show a pronounced circadian rhythm in their activity level, which can be detected both by fetal ... J Circadian Rhythms. 3 (1): 5. doi:10.1186/1740-3391-3-5. PMC 1079927 . PMID 15801976. Vaughan, Christopher (1996). How Life ...
*  Sleep
Circadian rhythm exerts some influence on the nighttime secretion of growth hormone. The circadian rhythm influences the ideal ... "Introduction to Sleep and Circadian Rhythms", in Turek & Zee (eds.), Regulation of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms, pp. 1-17. Derk- ... "Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Circadian Rhythms in Mammals", in Turek & Zee (eds.), Regulation of Sleep and Circadian ... "Functional Genomics of Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Invited Review: Integration of human sleep-wake regulation and circadian ...
*  Biology of depression
Depression may be related to abnormalities in the circadian rhythm, or biological clock. For example, rapid eye movement (REM) ... Germain, Anne; Kupfer, David J. (6 December 2016). "CIRCADIAN RHYTHM DISTURBANCES IN DEPRESSION". Human psychopharmacology. 23 ... inflammation and the circadian rhythm. Genetic factors involved in depression have been difficult to identify. In 2003 Science ...
*  Visual impairment
"Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder" (PDF). American Academy of Sleep Medicine. 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-08- ... Sack RL, Lewy AJ, Blood ML, Keith LD, Nakagawa H (July 1992). "Circadian rhythm abnormalities in totally blind people: ... a condition in which a person's circadian rhythm, normally slightly longer than 24 hours, is not entrained (synchronized) to ...
*  Accelerating dark adaptation in humans
Link, Roberts, J. E. (2010). Circadian rhythm and human health. Link Archived March 26, 2015, at the Wayback Machine., Federal ...
*  Adam K & Soha
"Adam K + Soha* - Circadian Rhythm". Discogs. Retrieved 2016-06-17. "Adam K & Soha Wiki, biography, pictures, Adam K & Soha ... "Adam K, Soha New Releases: Circadian Rhythm on Beatport". www.beatport.com. Retrieved 2016-06-22. "Adam K, Soha New Releases: ... "Circadian Rhythm". Their music has received tens of millions of plays and streams together with great support from Tiesto, ... "Adam K, Soha New Releases: I Like Rhythm on Beatport". www.beatport.com. Retrieved 2016-06-22. "Adam K, Soha New Releases: Come ...
*  Myocardial infarction
Shaw E, Tofler GH (July 2009). "Circadian rhythm and cardiovascular disease". Current atherosclerosis reports. 11 (4): 289-95. ... The size and location puts a person at risk of abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) or heart block, aneurysm of the heart ... However, 1 in 200 people were prevented from a repeat heart attack, and another 1 in 200 from having an abnormal heart rhythm. ... Disturbances of heart rhythms, including atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia and fibrillation and heart block can ...
*  Childbirth
Reiter, R. J.; Tan, D. X.; Korkmaz, A.; Rosales-Corral, S. A. (2013). "Melatonin and stable circadian rhythms optimize maternal ...
*  Sleep medicine
Chronic circadian rhythm disorders, the most common of which is delayed sleep phase disorder, may be managed by specifically- ... A further subdivision of the dyssomnias preserves the integrity of circadian rhythm sleep disorders, as was mandated by about ... Polysomnography is not routinely used in the evaluation of patients with insomnia or circadian rhythm disorders, except as ... Chronotherapy has also been prescribed for circadian rhythm disorders, though results are generally short-lived. Stimulants may ...