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Wyse, C.A.; Selman, C.; Page, M.M.; Coogan, A.N.; Hazlerigg, D.G. Circadian desynchrony and metabolic dysfunction; did light pollution make us fat? 2011 Medical Hypotheses 77 1139-1144
Cajochen, C.; Jud, C.; Munch, M.; Kobialka, S.; Wirz-Justice, A.; Albrecht, U. Evening exposure to blue light stimulates the expression of the clock gene PER2 in humans 2006 The European Journal of Neuroscience 23 1082-1086
Erren, T.C.; Reiter, R.J. Preventing cancers caused by chronodisruption: blocking blue light alone is unlikely to do the trick 2009 Medical Hypotheses 73 1077-1078
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
Wurtman, R.J.; Axelrod, J.; Phillips, L.S. Melatonin Synthesis in thePineal Gland: Control by Light 1963 Science 142 1071-1073