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Stevens, R.G.; Zhu, Y. Electric light, particularly at night, disrupts human circadian rhythmicity: is that a problem? 2015 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 370 20140120
Walmsley, L.; Hanna, L.; Mouland, J.; Martial, F.; West, A.; Smedley, A.R.; Bechtold, D.A.; Webb, A.R.; Lucas, R.J.; Brown, T.M. Colour As a Signal for Entraining the Mammalian Circadian Clock 2015 PLoS Biology 13 e1002127
Xiao, Q.; Gee, G.; Jones, R.R.; Jia, P.; James, P.; Hale, L. Cross-sectional association between outdoor artificial light at night and sleep duration in middle-to-older aged adults: The NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study 2019 Environmental Research 180 108823
Aubé, M.; Roby, J.; Kocifaj, M. Evaluating potential spectral impacts of various artificial lights on melatonin suppression, photosynthesis, and star visibility 2013 PloS one 8 e67798
Dauchy, R.T.; Xiang, S.; Mao, L.; Brimer, S.; Wren, M.A.; Yuan, L.; Anbalagan, M.; Hauch, A.; Frasch, T.; Rowan, B.G.; Blask, D.E.; Hill, S.M. Circadian and melatonin disruption by exposure to light at night drives intrinsic resistance to tamoxifen therapy in breast cancer 2014 Cancer Research 74 4099-4110