Red Blood Cells, similar to other cells in the body, have 24-hour biological clocks (circadian rhythms) that alter their activity between day and night. Unlike other cells, Red Blood Cells do not have DNA and the ‘clock genes’ that control rhythms are not present. Until now it has been unknown, how such cells are regulated. […]
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