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Synonyms for clock

round the clock

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  • morning, noon and night
  • all day
  • continuously
  • non-stop
  • day and night
  • night and day
  • without a break
  • twenty-four seven

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to record the speed or duration of

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Synonyms for clock

measure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain period of time

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The CLOCK gene has an important role in regulating many rhythmic patterns of the body, including body temperature or level of cortisol, the primary stress hormone.
In liver, L-DOPA did not affect the rhythmicity and expression of these clock genes (P > 0.
Our results show that corals have significant differences in clock gene transcription over the course of a synodic lunar cycle, and that the stability of these changes requires a normal pattern of lunar illumination.
There is a link between clock gene expression and sleep-related processes; however the underlying regions supporting sleep homeostasis have received relatively limited focus.
Thus, melatonin is important in the regulation of the expression of clock genes especially in the ganglion cells layer and less so in the photoreceptors.
More relevant to this research is the fact that PER3 and its length polymorphism may have a role in the formation of tumors since clock genes are the main regulators of cell cycle and DNA repair pathways, according to the Argentinian research team.
Neonatal alcohol exposure differentially alters clock gene oscillations within the suprachiasmatic nucleus, cerebellum, and liver of adult rats.
Animal studies reveal that the Clock gene controls the length of a period in a free-running rhythm and it allows an organism to maintain circadian rhythmicity in total darkness.
311 1T/C clock gene polymorphism is not associated with sleep disturbances in untreated depressed patients.
Moreover, positive modulation of clock gene expression leads to improved cellular metabolism as assessed by a 33% increase in collagen III production.
New interest in the role of circadian dysregulation in psychiatric disorders has arisen from the finding that a mutation in a core circadian clock gene induces hyperactivity, decreased sleep, and mania-like behavior in mice.
Regulation of dopaminergic transmission and cocaine reward by the Clock gene.
Circadian rhythms of melatonin, cortisol, and clock gene expression during simulated night shift work.
Expression of the circadian clock gene Period 1 in neuroendocrine cells: An investigation using mice with a Per1::GFP transgene.