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Analysis of circadian liver gene expression by ADDER, a highly sensitive method for the display of differentially expressed mRNAs Kornmann, Benoit; Preitner, Nicolas; Rifat, Danièle; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; Schibler, Ulrich 2001
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Analysis of Differential Gene Expression Using the SABRE Enrichment Protocol Lavery, Daniel; Fonjallaz, Philippe; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; Schibler, Ulrich 2000
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Circadian expression of the steroid 15 alpha-hydroxylase (Cyp2a4) and coumarin 7-hydroxylase (Cyp2a5) genes in mouse liver is regulated by the PAR leucine zipper transcription factor DBP Lavery, Daniel; Lopez Molina, Luis; Margueron, R; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; ... Bonfils, Catherine Marie-Louise 1999
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Restricted feeding uncouples circadian oscillators in peripheral tissues from the central pacemaker in the suprachiasmatic nucleus Damiola, Francesca; Le Minh, Nguyet; Preitner, Nicolas; Kornmann, Benoit; ... Schibler, Ulrich 2000
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Rhythms of Mammalian Body Temperature Can Sustain Peripheral Circadian Clocks Brown, Steven; Zumbrunn, Gottlieb; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; Preitner, Nicolas; Schibler, Ulrich 2002
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Selective amplification via biotin- and restriction-mediated enrichment (SABRE), a novel selective amplification procedure for detection of differentially expressed mRNAs Lavery, Daniel; Lopez Molina, Luis; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; Schibler, Ulrich 1997
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The circadian PAR-domain basic leucine zipper transcription factors DBP, TEF, and HLF modulate basal and inducible xenobiotic detoxification Gachon, Frédéric; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; Schaad, Olivier; Descombes, Patrick; Schibler, Ulrich 2006
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The Period Length of Fibroblast Circadian Gene Expression Varies Widely among Human Individuals Brown, Steven; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; Nagoshi, Emi; Hauser, Conrad; ... Schibler, Ulrich 2005
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The rat hepatic leukemia factor (HLF) gene encodes two transcriptional activators with distinct circadian rhythms, tissue distributions and target preferences Falvey, Eileen Elisabeth; Fleury Olela, Fabienne; Schibler, Ulrich 1995