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Chronobiology and chronomics : detecting and applying the cycles of nature.

Halberg, F. and Cornélissen, G. and Wilson, D. and Singh, R. B. and de Meester, F. and Watanabe, Y, and Otsuka, K. and Khalilov, E. (2009) 'Chronobiology and chronomics : detecting and applying the cycles of nature.', The Biologist., 4 . pp. 209-214.

Abstract

We monitor our streets to prevent assault and rodents to develop drugs, but not those for whom the drugs are intended. It took over half a century to begin to monitor blood sugar values in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes. Monitoring blood pressure is equally timely and technically feasible for individual home- and website-based personalised care. It also serves basic science and someday perhaps the management of societal illnesses.

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Record Created:22 Jul 2010 10:50
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