Associated TP26: The role of peripheral circadian clocks in the development of epidermolysis bullosa acquisita

The central clock, the suprachiasmatic nucleus residing in the hypothalamic region coordinated by the external light/dark-cycle, is the master-pacemaker and enables the body to adapt behavior and physiology to recurring environmental changes. Additionally, there are peripheral clocks, also in the skin, inferior to the central clock, but maybe playing a superior role in the development of autoimmune bullous dermatoses?