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Circadian Clocks: Role in Health and Disease

Circadian Clocks: Role in Health and Disease
Springer | Human Physiology | March 01, 2016 | ISBN-10: 1493934481 | 378 pages | pdf | 6.56 mb

Gumz, Michelle L. (Ed.)
Updates readers on new findings concerning the essential role of biological rhythms
Addresses both basic research and clinical aspects
Written by leading scientists and clinicians

This book sheds new light on the molecular mechanisms that generate circadian rhythms. It examines how biological rhythms influence physiological processes such as sleep, hormone synthesis and secretion, immunity, kidney function, the cardiovascular system, blood pressure, and the digestive system. Clinical implications are considered while exploring the impact of rhythms on neuropsychiatric disorders and chronotherapy's potential for reducing cardiovascular risk. Offering a cross-section of expertise in both basic and translational (bench-to-bedside) research, this book serves as a guide for physicians and scientists who wish to learn more about the impact of circadian rhythms on physiological processes in health and disease.

Number of Illustrations and Tables
21 b/w illustrations, 22 illustrations in colour
Human Physiology
Medical Biochemistry

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