Grant: $315,963 - National Institutes of Health - Sep. 9, 2009
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Award Description: Neurospora crassa, which has one of the best understood systems in clock function and light entrainment, offers an excellent experimentally-accessible paradigm for undertanding the clock mechanism. These studies will help us to describe the molecular and biochemical framework of the Neurospora clock. Due to the evolutionary conservation of the circadian clock systems between Neurospora and animals, our results on the Neurospora system should provide fundamental information relevant to how circadian clocks functions in other organisms as well.
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