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The internal time-giver role of melatonin. A key for our health.
Effects of melatonin and melatonin agonists on circadian rhythms
Chapitre 3. Mélatonine, rythmes circadiens et sommeil
Effects of Melatonin and Melatonin Agonists on Circadian Rhythms
Les sciences cognitives : dépasser les frontières disciplinaires
Les troubles du sommeil et des rythmes circadiens dans la schizophrénie : une clé de compréhension des troubles rythmiques et somatiques associés a cette pathologie
Bergapten (5-MOP) from plants to drugs
Melatonin: both master clock output and internal time-giver in the circadian clocks network.
Implications du gène d’horloge Reverbα dans l’obésité. When our metabolic health depends on our internal clocks
The circannual clock in the European hamster - how is it synchronized by photoperiodic changes ?
Rev-erbα in the brain is essential for circadian food entrainment.
Overwinter body temperature patterns in captive jerboas (Jaculus orientalis): influence of sex and group.
Photoperiod can entrain circannual rhythms in pinealectomized European hamsters.
Circadian and photic regulation of clock and clock-controlled proteins in the suprachiasmatic nuclei of calorie-restricted mice.
The hormone melatonin: Animal studies
Like melatonin, agomelatine (S20098) increases the amplitude of oscillations of two clock outputs: melatonin and temperature rhythms.
Daily meal timing is not necessary for resetting the main circadian clock by calorie restriction.
Differential regulation of melatonin receptors by short- versus long-term pinealectomy in the rat suprachiasmatic nuclei and pars tuberalis.
Distribution of hydroxyindole-O-methyltransferase mRNA in the rat brain: an in situ hybridisation study.
Melatonin receptor density is regulated in rat pars tuberalis and suprachiasmatic nuclei by melatonin itself.

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