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In the News (Sat 25 May 19)

  
  The Rhythm of Life
Borjigin is the only scientist using chemical changes inside the pineal gland as a biomarker to track the activity of the circadian clock.
Borjigin doesn’t have the research budget to send her laboratory rats on trans-Atlantic flights, but she can change their exposure to light and dark over a 24-hour period to mimic the effects of jet lag and then track melatonin production to see how each animal’s body clock adjusts to the new circadian cycle.
Borjigin also found wide variation in how individual rats readjust their circadian clocks to time zone differences, even the one-hour difference we experience twice each year when most of the country switches on or off daylight-saving time.
www.medicineatmichigan.org /magazine/2007/spring/rhythm   (2625 words)

  
  Borjigin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Borjigin (plural is Borjigid) was the family name of Genghis Khan and his family.
Mongolian citizens were largely given free rein over the choice of name—resulting in half of the nation choosing the family name of nationalist icon Genghis Khan.
The word borjigin derives of two different words uniting to mean one single word to identify the name of the forefathers and the few generations of the bairns of Genghis Khan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Borjigin   (445 words)

  
 Dr. Jimo Borjigin
Borjigin J, Sun X, Wang M ‘The Role of PINA in Copper Transport, Circadian Rhythms, and Wilson disease” (2002), Handbook of Copper Toxicology and Pharmacology, p201-207.
Borjigin, J., Li, X., and Snyder S.H., ‘The Pineal Gland and Melatonin: Molecular and Pharmacologic Regulation’ (1999), Annu.
Borjigin, J., Payne, A.S., Deng, J., Li, X., Wang, M.M., Ovodenco, B., Gitlin, J.D., and Snyder, S.H., ‘A Novel Pineal Night-Specific ATPase Encoded by the Wilson Disease Gene’ (1999), J. Neurosci.,19: 1018-1026.
www.umich.edu /~neurosci/faculty/borjigin.htm   (651 words)

  
 Dog as Deity, Ancestor and Royal Animal
With the government now allowing people to adopt new surnames most have chosen to claim descent from Genghis.
They have adopted his tribal name Borjigin, "the blue wolf."
From Turkey to the Kamchatka penisula one people after another are found who at one time either worshiped the wolf as a god or as an ancestor.
asiapacificuniverse.com /pkm/dogstory.htm   (4713 words)

  
 Faculty/Research: Faculty Profiles: Borjigin   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Foulkes NS, Borjigin J, Snyder SH, Sassone-Corsi P. Transcriptional control of circadian hormone synthesis via the CREM feedback loop.
Borjigin J, Payne AS, Deng J, Li X, Wang MM, Ovodenko B, Gitlin JD, Snyder SH.
Borjigin J, Deng J, Sun X, De Jesus M, Liu T, Wang MM.
www.med.umich.edu /phys/research/profiles/borjigin.htm   (607 words)

  
 A brief history of names - If..Else Log
Though as is the case with Eastern naming conventions, for practical purposes, a westernised naming convention is now commonly followed [back]
Rather ironically, the (perhaps predictable) dominance use of Borjigin, Genghis Khan's tribal name, mitigates some of the advantages of this new law.
An interesting aside; Fitzroy would mean King's son and would be used by an acknowledged Royal bastard.
ifelse.co.uk /archives/2006/01/15/a-brief-history-of-names   (7897 words)

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