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Kayumov, L., Casper, R. F., Hawa, R. J., Perelman, B., Chung, S. A., Sokalsky, S., et al. (2005). Blocking low-wavelength light prevents nocturnal melatonin suppression with no adverse effect on performance during simulated shift work. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 90(5), 2755–2761.
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Kyba, C. C. M., & Kantermann, T. (2015). Does ambient light at night reduce total melatonin production? Hormones, .
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