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Lerchl, A.; Schindler, C.; Eichhorn, K.; Kley, F.; Erren, T.C. Indirect blue light does not suppress nocturnal salivary melatonin in humans in an automobile setting 2009 Journal of Pineal Research 47 143-146
Morera, A.L.; Abreu, P. Daytime/night-time and summer/winter melatonin and malondialdehyde rhythms: an inverse relationship 2007 Journal of Pineal Research 43 313-314
Navara, K.J.; Nelson, R.J. The dark side of light at night: physiological, epidemiological, and ecological consequences 2007 Journal of Pineal Research 43 215-224
Prayag, A.S.; Najjar, R.P.; Gronfier, C. Melatonin suppression is exquisitely sensitive to light and primarily driven by melanopsin in humans 2019 Journal of Pineal Research in press
Rahman, S.A.; Bibbo, C.; Olcese, J.; Czeisler, C.A.; Robinson, J.N.; Klerman, E.B. Relationship between endogenous melatonin concentrations and uterine contractions in late third trimester of human pregnancy 2019 Journal of Pineal Research in press