Yohimbine-Induced Circadian Clock Resetting in Mice
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Mice are nocturnal animals that exhibit predictable activity patterns controlled by their internal (circadian) clock. This study demonstrated that a mouse's circadian clock can be reset to an earlier time through the administration of yohimbine, a selective adrenergic agonist. This study also looks at whether the yohimbine's clock resetting effect is dependent on the time of day at which it is administered.
Circadian rhythms--Effect of drugs on