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New Role for the Brain’s Support Cells in Controlling Circadian Rhythms

  Astrocytes, ‘caretaker’ cells that surround and support neurons in the brain, play a much more important role in circadian rhythms, the body’s 24-hour internal clock, than previously understood. The Medical Research Council funded study found that these star-shaped...

The Role of the Body Clock in Treatment of Asthma and COPD

  Asthma exhibits a marked time of day variation in symptoms, airway physiology, and airway inflammation. This is also seen in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but to a lesser extent. Our understanding of how physiological daily rhythms are regulated by...

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