CLKs are on the Cover of Molecular Cell!
We show that CLKs act as evolutionarily conserved body temperature sensor that globally controls alternative splicing and gene expression. Among many functional implications we suggest a connection to temperature-dependent sex determination in reptiles. Isn't that hot? This drawing by the first author Tom Haltenhof summarizes the main findings. The style is adapted from a mural of the artist Gerhard Richter. Science meets Arts!