The following is a list of publications by Dr. Refinetti that involved tau-mutant hamsters:
REFINETTI, R. (2014). Relationship between circadian period and body size in the tau-mutant golden hamster.
Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
REFINETTI, R. (2007). Absence of circadian and photoperiodic conservation of energy expenditure in three rodent species. Journal of Comparative Physiology B
REFINETTI, R. (1998). Influence of early environment on the circadian period of the tau- mutant hamster. Behavior Genetics
REFINETTI, R. and MENAKER, M. (1997). Is energy expenditure in the hamster primarily under homeostatic or circadian control? Journal of Physiology
REFINETTI, R. (1996). Ultradian rhythms of body temperature and locomotor activity in wild- type and tau-mutant hamsters. Animal Biology
MENAKER, M. and REFINETTI, R. (1993). The tau mutation in golden hamsters. In Young, M. (Ed.) Molecular Genetics of Biological Rhythms
. New York: Marcel Dekker, pp. 255-270.
REFINETTI, R. and MENAKER, M. (1993). Independence of heart rate and circadian period in the golden hamster. American Journal of Physiology
REFINETTI, R. and MENAKER, M. (1992). Evidence for separate control of estrous and circadian periodicity in the golden hamster. Behavioral and Neural Biology
REFINETTI, R. and MENAKER, M. (1992). The circadian rhythm of body temperature of normal and tau-mutant golden hamsters. Journal of Thermal Biology