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Filipski, E.; Subramanian, P.; Carriere, J.; Guettier, C.; Barbason, H.; Levi, F. Circadian disruption accelerates liver carcinogenesis in mice 2009 Mutation Research 680 95-105
Oesch-Bartlomowicz, B.; Weiss, C.; Dietrich, C.; Oesch, F. Circadian rhythms and chemical carcinogenesis: Potential link. An overview 2009 Mutation Research 680 83-86
Stevens, R.G. Working against our endogenous circadian clock: Breast cancer and electric lighting in the modern world 2009 Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis 680 106-108
Rabstein, S.; Burek, K.; Lehnert, M.; Beine, A.; Vetter, C.; Harth, V.; Putzke, S.; Kantermann, T.; Walther, J.; Wang-Sattler, R.; Pallapies, D.; Brüning, T.; Behrens, T. Differences in twenty-four-hour profiles of blue-light exposure between day and night shifts in female medical staff 2019 Science of The Total Environment 653 1025-1033
Lunn, R.M.; Blask, D.E.; Coogan, A.N.; Figueiro, M.G.; Gorman, M.R.; Hall, J.E.; Hansen, J.; Nelson, R.J.; Panda, S.; Smolensky, M.H.; Stevens, R.G.; Turek, F.W.; Vermeulen, R.; Carreon, T.; Caruso, C.C.; Lawson, C.C.; Thayer, K.A.; Twery, M.J.; Ewens, A.D.; Garner, S.C.; Schwingl, P.J.; Boyd, W.A. Health consequences of electric lighting practices in the modern world: A report on the National Toxicology Program's workshop on shift work at night, artificial light at night, and circadian disruption 2017 The Science of the Total Environment 607-608 1073-1084