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Roelof A. Hut
Roelof A. Hut
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Reversible paired helical filament-like phosphorylation of tau is an adaptive process associated with neuronal plasticity in hibernating animals
T Arendt, J Stieler, AM Strijkstra, RA Hut, J Rüdiger, EA Van der Zee, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (18), 6972-6981, 2003
4012003
Characterizing a mammalian circannual pacemaker
GA Lincoln, IJ Clarke, RA Hut, DG Hazlerigg
Science 314 (5807), 1941-1944, 2006
2522006
Transcriptional profiling in the adrenal gland reveals circadian regulation of hormone biosynthesis genes and nucleosome assembly genes
H Oster, S Damerow, RA Hut, G Eichele
Journal of biological rhythms 21 (5), 350-361, 2006
2392006
Latitudinal clines: an evolutionary view on biological rhythms,
RA Hut, S Paolucci, R Dor, CP Kyriacou, S Daan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1765), 20130433, 2013
2212013
The nocturnal bottleneck and the evolution of activity patterns in mammals
MP Gerkema, WIL Davies, RG Foster, M Menaker, RA Hut
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1765), 20130508, 2013
2142013
Annual rhythms that underlie phenology: biological time-keeping meets environmental change
B Helm, R Ben-Shlomo, MJ Sheriff, RA Hut, R Foster, BM Barnes, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1765), 20130016, 2013
2122013
Evolution of time-keeping mechanisms: early emergence and adaptation to photoperiod
RA Hut, DGM Beersma
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
2002011
In search of a temporal niche: environmental factors
RA Hut, N Kronfeld-Schor, V van der Vinne, H De la Iglesia
Progress in brain research 199, 281-304, 2012
1892012
The cholinergic system, circadian rhythmicity, and time memory
RA Hut, EA Van der Zee
Behavioural brain research 221 (2), 466-480, 2011
1752011
Phase resetting of the mammalian circadian clock by DNA damage
M Oklejewicz, E Destici, F Tamanini, RA Hut, R Janssens, ...
Current Biology 18 (4), 286-291, 2008
1472008
Body temperature patterns before, during, and after semi-natural hibernation in the European ground squirrel
R Hut, B Barnes, S Daan
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 172 (1), 47-58, 2002
1392002
Cold and hunger induce diurnality in a nocturnal mammal
V van der Vinne, SJ Riede, JA Gorter, WG Eijer, MT Sellix, M Menaker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (42), 15256-15260, 2014
1332014
Accuracy of circadian entrainment under fluctuating light conditions: contributions of phase and period responses
DGM Beersma, S Daan, RA Hut
Journal of Biological Rhythms 14 (4), 320-329, 1999
1241999
Circadian time-place learning in mice depends on Cry genes
EA Van der Zee, R Havekes, RP Barf, RA Hut, IM Nijholt, EH Jacobs, ...
Current Biology 18 (11), 844-848, 2008
1222008
Working for food shifts nocturnal mouse activity into the day
RA Hut, V Pilorz, AS Boerema, AM Strijkstra, S Daan
PloS one 6 (3), e17527, 2011
1182011
Natural Entrainment without Dawn and Dusk: The Case of the European Ground Squirrel (Spermophilus citellus)
RA Hut, BEH van Oort, S Daan
Journal of Biological Rhythms 14 (4), 290-299, 1999
1181999
Timing of examinations affects school performance differently in early and late chronotypes
V van der Vinne, G Zerbini, A Siersema, A Pieper, M Merrow, RA Hut, ...
Journal of biological rhythms 30 (1), 53-60, 2015
1172015
GPS Based Daily Activity Patterns in European Red Deer and North American Elk (Cervus elaphus): Indication for a Weak Circadian Clock in Ungulates
EP Ensing, S Ciuti, FALM de Wijs, DH Lentferink, A Ten Hoedt, MS Boyce, ...
PloS one 9 (9), e106997, 2014
1172014
Post-fledging care, multiple breeding and the costs of reproduction in the great tit
S Verhulst, RA Hut
Animal behaviour 51 (5), 957-966, 1996
1021996
Linking light exposure and subsequent sleep: A field polysomnography study in humans
EJ Wams, T Woelders, I Marring, L van Rosmalen, DGM Beersma, ...
Sleep 40 (12), zsx165, 2017
1002017
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