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Human skeletal myotubes display a cell-autonomous circadian clock implicated in basal myokine secretion

Published inMolecular metabolism, vol. 4, no. 11, p. 834-845
Publication date2015
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Circadian clocks are functional in all light-sensitive organisms, allowing an adaptation to the external world in anticipation of daily environmental changes. In view of the potential role of the skeletal muscle clock in the regulation of glucose metabolism, we aimed to characterize circadian rhythms in primary human skeletal myotubes and investigate their roles in myokine secretion.

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PERRIN, Laurent et al. Human skeletal myotubes display a cell-autonomous circadian clock implicated in basal myokine secretion. In: Molecular metabolism, 2015, vol. 4, n° 11, p. 834–845. doi: 10.1016/j.molmet.2015.07.009
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