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Christie, S., Vincent, A. D., Li, H., Frisby, C. L., Kentish, S. J., O'Rielly, R., et al. (2018). A rotating light cycle promotes weight gain and hepatic lipid storage in mice. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol, in press.
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Gatford, K. L., Kennaway, D. J., Liu, H., Kleemann, D. O., Kuchel, T. R., & Varcoe, T. J. (2019). Simulated shift work disrupts maternal circadian rhythms and metabolism, and increases gestation length in sheep. J Physiol, 597(7), 1889–1904.
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Gatford, K. L., Kennaway, D. J., Liu, H., Schultz, C. G., Wooldridge, A. L., Kuchel, T. R., et al. (2020). Simulated shift work during pregnancy does not impair progeny metabolic outcomes in sheep. J Physiol, in press, in press.
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Higuchi, S., Fukuda, T., Kozaki, T., Takahashi, M., & Miura, N. (2011). Effectiveness of a Red-visor Cap for Preventing Light-induced Melatonin Suppression during Simulated Night Work. J Physiol Anthropol, 30(6), 251–258.
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Kozaki, T., Hidaka, Y., Takakura, J. - Y., & Kusano, Y. (2018). Suppression of salivary melatonin secretion under 100-Hz flickering and non-flickering blue light. J Physiol Anthropol, 37(1), 23.
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Kozaki, T., Kubokawa, A., Taketomi, R., & Hatae, K. (2015). Effects of day-time exposure to different light intensities on light-induced melatonin suppression at night. J Physiol Anthropol, 34(1), 27.
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Lee, S., Kakitsuba, N., & Katsuura, T. (2018). Do green-blocking glasses enhance the nonvisual effects of white polychromatic light? J Physiol Anthropol, 37(1), 29.
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Rahman, S. A., St Hilaire, M. A., Gronfier, C., Chang, A. - M., Santhi, N., Czeisler, C. A., et al. (2018). Functional decoupling of melatonin suppression and circadian phase resetting in humans. J Physiol, 596(11), 2147–2157.
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Revell, V. L., Molina, T. A., & Eastman, C. I. (2012). Human phase response curve to intermittent blue light using a commercially available device. J Physiol, 590(Pt 19), 4859–4868.
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Ruger, M., Gordijn, M. C. M., Beersma, D. G. M., de Vries, B., & Daan, S. (2006). Time-of-day-dependent effects of bright light exposure on human psychophysiology: comparison of daytime and nighttime exposure. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 290(5), R1413–20.
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