Publications

1. Granada AE, Herzel H, Kramer A, Abraham U. Information Transfer in the Mammalian Circadian Clock. Book chapter. Information and Communication Theory in Molecular Biology (2017) . Springer.

 

2. Bordyugov G, Abraham U, Granada AE, Rose P, Imkeller K, Kramer A, Herzel H (2015). Tuning the phase of circadian entrainment. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 6;12(108).

 

3. Erzberger A, Hampp G, Granada AE, Albrecht U, Herzel H (2013). Genetic redundancy strengthens the circadian clock leading to a narrow entrainment range. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10(84):20130221.

 

4. Granada AE, Bordyugov G, Kramer A, Herzel H (2013). Human chronotypes from a theoretical perspective. PLoS One 8(3):e59464.

 

5. Bordyugov G*, Granada AE*, and Herzel H (2011). How Coupling Determines the Entrainment of Circadian Clocks. European Physical Journal B.

 

6. Granada AE, Cambras T, Diez-Noguera A, Herzel H (2011). Circadian desynchronization. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 1:153-166.

 

7. Abraham U*, Granada AE*, Westermark PO*, Heine M*, Kramer A, and Herzel H (2010) Coupling governs entrainment range of circadian clocks. Nature Molecular Systems Biology, 6:438.

 

8. Granada AE, Herzel H (2009) How to achieve fast entrainment? The timescale to synchronization. PLoS One 4: e7057.

 

9. Granada AE, Hennig RM, Ronacher B, Kramer A, Herzel H (2009) Phase response curves elucidating the dynamics of coupled oscillators. Methods in Enzymology 454:1–27.

 

10. Granada AE, Gabitto M, García G, Alliende J, Méndez J, Trevisan M, Mindlin GB (2006). The generation of respiratory rhythms in birds. Physica A. 371:84–87.