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About this book
The aim of Circadian Rhythms is to provide a resource that can be adopted by several types of users: those who are new to circadian biology, those who are already active in the field but are interested in learning new techniques and researchers who are considering moving to a new a model system or undertaking comparative studies and would like to consult protocols applied to different organisms before starting the study of new species. This book features a full range of methods that illustrate procedures that have been recently been introduced in circadian studies and by presenting variations to take into account the peculiarities of different model systems.
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