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Gene expression oscillators can coordinate developmental events in space and time. In C. elegans, a gene expression oscillator directs rhythmic accumulation of ~25% of the transcriptome, and thus thousands of transcripts, presumably to control molting, a process of rhythmic skin regeneration. The mechanism and organization of the oscillator are not known. Here, we report that rhythmic RNA polymerase II recruitment to promoters produces transcript level oscillations. We identify BLMP-1,doi:10.1101/2021.07.05.450828 fatcat:audbtpnrvzbw3eviadinzgu4hm