Internal Clock: In Your Blood, Not Your Head, Study Finds | GenomeWeb

Japanese researchers have discovered a molecular signature in blood that can tell time according to a person's internal body clock.

InkFish blogger Elizabeth Preston notes the discovery, which was published in PNAS this week by a team from the Riken Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe, Japan.

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