2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2008 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Genetics, Circadian clock, Circadian rhythm, Arabidopsis and Cell biology are his primary areas of study. Steve A. Kay has included themes like Luciferase, Evolutionary biology and Period in his Circadian clock study. His Circadian rhythm research is classified as research in Neuroscience.
His studies deal with areas such as Arabidopsis thaliana, Transcription factor and photoperiodism, Botany as well as Arabidopsis. His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like Molecular biology, Cryptochrome and Gene, Green fluorescent protein. His research integrates issues of RAR-related orphan receptor alpha and CLOCK Proteins in his study of Oscillating gene.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Circadian clock, Circadian rhythm, Cell biology, Genetics and Arabidopsis. As a member of one scientific family, Steve A. Kay mostly works in the field of Circadian clock, focusing on Period and, on occasion, Small molecule, Period Circadian Proteins and Biochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including photoperiodism and Darkness.
His Cell biology research incorporates elements of Ubiquitin, Transcription, Transcriptional regulation and Botany. His research in Genetics focuses on subjects like Computational biology, which are connected to Genome. His work on TOC1 and Circadian Clock Associated 1 as part of his general Arabidopsis study is frequently connected to Phytochrome, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Circadian clock, Circadian rhythm, Arabidopsis and Gene. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Arabidopsis thaliana, Shade avoidance, Gene expression, Transcription factor and Transcription. His Circadian clock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Regulation of gene expression, Mutant and Period.
His Regulation of gene expression study introduces a deeper knowledge of Genetics. His Circadian rhythm study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Casein kinase 1. Steve A. Kay is interested in TOC1, which is a field of Arabidopsis.
His primary scientific interests are in Circadian clock, Cell biology, Circadian rhythm, Arabidopsis and Period. His Circadian clock study is concerned with the larger field of Neuroscience. His Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Regulation of gene expression, Transcription factor, Gene and F-box protein.
His studies link Metabolic pathway with Circadian rhythm. His Arabidopsis research includes elements of Gigantea, Gating and Endogeny. His Period study incorporates themes from photoperiodism, Shoot, Botany and CLOCK Proteins.
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Coordinated transcription of key pathways in the mouse by the circadian clock.
Satchidananda Panda;Marina P. Antoch;Brooke H. Miller;Andrew I. Su;Andrew I. Su.
Orchestrated Transcription of Key Pathways in Arabidopsis by the Circadian Clock
Stacey L. Harmer;John B. Hogenesch;Marty Straume;Hur-Song Chang.
Time zones: a comparative genetics of circadian clocks.
Michael W. Young;Steve A. Kay.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2001)
Reciprocal Regulation Between TOC1 and LHY/CCA1 Within the Arabidopsis Circadian Clock
David Alabadı́;Tokitaka Oyama;Marcelo J. Yanovsky;Franklin G. Harmon.
Suprachiasmatic Nucleus: Cell Autonomy and Network Properties
David K. Welsh;Joseph S. Takahashi;Steve A. Kay.
Annual Review of Physiology (2010)
A Functional Genomics Strategy Reveals Rora as a Component of the Mammalian Circadian Clock
Trey K. Sato;Trey K. Sato;Satchidananda Panda;Satchidananda Panda;Loren J. Miraglia;Teresa M. Reyes.
The cryb mutation identifies cryptochrome as a circadian photoreceptor in Drosophila
Ralf Stanewsky;Maki Kaneko;Patrick Emery;Bonnie Beretta.
Circadian rhythms from flies to human
Satchidananda Panda;John B. Hogenesch;Steve A. Kay;Steve A. Kay.
Closing the Circadian Loop: CLOCK-Induced Transcription of Its Own Inhibitors per and tim
Thomas K. Darlington;Thomas K. Darlington;Thomas K. Darlington;Karen Wager-Smith;Karen Wager-Smith;Karen Wager-Smith;M. Fernanda Ceriani;M. Fernanda Ceriani;M. Fernanda Ceriani;David Staknis;David Staknis;David Staknis.
Cloning of the Arabidopsis clock gene TOC1, an autoregulatory response regulator homolog.
Carl Strayer;Tokitaka Oyama;Thomas F. Schultz;Ramanujam Raman.
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