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Benedetto, M. M., Guido, M. E., & Contin, M. A. (2017). Non-Visual Photopigments Effects of Constant Light-Emitting Diode Light Exposure on the Inner Retina of Wistar Rats. Front Neurol, 8, 417.
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Chamorro, E., Bonnin-Arias, C., Perez-Carrasco, M. J., Munoz de Luna, J., Vazquez, D., & Sanchez-Ramos, C. (2013). Effects of light-emitting diode radiations on human retinal pigment epithelial cells in vitro. Photochem Photobiol, 89(2), 468–473.
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Contin, M. A., Benedetto, M. M., Quinteros-Quintana, M. L., & Guido, M. E. (2015). Light pollution: the possible consequences of excessive illumination on retina. Eye (Lond), .
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Foster, R. G. (2005). Neurobiology: bright blue times. Nature, 433(7027), 698–699.
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Gooley, J. J., Rajaratnam, S. M. W., Brainard, G. C., Kronauer, R. E., Czeisler, C. A., & Lockley, S. W. (2010). Spectral responses of the human circadian system depend on the irradiance and duration of exposure to light. Sci Transl Med, 2(31), 31ra33.
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Kessel, L., Siganos, G., Jorgensen, T., & Larsen, M. (2011). Sleep disturbances are related to decreased transmission of blue light to the retina caused by lens yellowing. Sleep, 34(9), 1215–1219.
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