If Only I Had A Mutation of DEC2

A group of researchers from the West Coast have discovered a gene mutation responsible for the short-sleeping phenotype; that’s one gene mutation we all wish to have engended. Individuals with a mutation of DEC2 sleep for an average of 6 hours a night. I’m not certain, however, whether these individuals’ short-sleeping times complement objective measures of restfulness. Time to whip out the MSLT….

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