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Disruption of the Molecular Circadian Clock and Cancer: An Epigenetic Link

Biochemical Genetics

Sep 26, 2019

Fabiola Hernández-RosasMargarita Virginia Saavedra-Vélez

Abstract

The circadian clock is regulated at the molecular level by feedback circuits of a group of genes known as "clock genes", which establish a mechanism that controls circadian cellular physiology to maintain the balance between cell proliferation, response to DNA damage and apoptosis. Alte...read more

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Tumor Suppressor Genes
PER2 protein, human
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Transcription, Genetic
DNA Methylation
ARNTL
Cell Proliferation
Tragopogon pratensis
Apoptosis
Cell Cycle
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Disruption of the Molecular Circadian Clock and Cancer: An Epigenetic Link

Biochemical Genetics

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Fabiola Hernández-RosasMargarita Virginia Saavedra-Vélez

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DOI: 10.1007/s10528-019-09938-w

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