miRNA and JAK signaling regulate circadian rhythms

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17 Feb, 2012
Volume 148, Issue 4

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In this fanciful image of a circadian clock, the “Jack” from a deck of cards represents the JAK/STAT signaling pathway. The “Jack” holds a “sword” – a precursor microRNA in stem-loop shape. This project was in collaboration with Dr. Wenyu Luo and Dr. Amita Sehgal

2 responses to “miRNA and JAK signaling regulate circadian rhythms”

  1. Chunyan says:

    I like this circadian clock with “Jack” holding a “sword” to represent that the regulation of JAK/STAT signaling pathway and microRNA is in a “circadian clock” way. Fun and creative!

  2. Steve says:

    Very nice work! The idea was amazing and the art was fantastic!