University College London (UK)

  • project
    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-14-CE13-0034
    Funder Contribution: 334,880 EUR
    Partners: University College London (UK), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

    Circadian clocks are present in most living organisms, and light is the most powerful signal to keep them in synchrony with day-night cycles. The Drosophila brain clock that controls sleep-wake cycles receives light inputs through the brain photoreceptor cryptochrome an...

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