【Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 】:
Yue Lu, Koichi Nishio, Shoichi Matsuda, Yuki Toshima, Dr. Hiroshi Ito, Prof. Dr. Tomohiro Konno, Prof. Dr. Kazuhiko Ishihara, Dr. Souichiro Kato, Prof. Dr. Kazuhito Hashimoto and Prof. Dr. Shuji Nakanishi


 

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 8/2014

Inside Cover:
The circadian rhythm of cyanobacteria can be regulated by electrochemically controlled extracellular electron transfer (EC-EET) using a transmembrane biocompatible electron mediator, as shown by K. Hashimoto, S. Nakanishi, et al. in their Communication on page 2208 ff. The endogenous cyanobacterial circadian clock was successfully entrained through periodically modulated EC-EET emulating the natural light/dark cycle, even under constant illumination.