A PER3 Polymorphism Interacts with Sleep Duration to Influence Transient Mood States in Women

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Tatiana D. Viena; Christina M. Gobin; Ana I. Fins; Travis Craddock; Aurelien Tartar; Jaime Tartar;
(2016)

Background: Expression of the clock family of genes in the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN) regulates the molecular control of circadian timing. Increasing evidence also implicates clock gene activity in the development of mood disorders. In particular, variation in the PER... View more
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