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Fonken, L.K.; Lieberman, R.A.; Weil, Z.M.; Nelson, R.J. Dim light at night exaggerates weight gain and inflammation associated with a high-fat diet in male mice 2013 Endocrinology 154 3817-3825 details   doi
Fonken, L.K.; Weil, Z.M.; Nelson, R.J. Dark nights reverse metabolic disruption caused by dim light at night 2013 Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.) 21 1159-1164 details   doi
Obayashi, K.; Saeki, K.; Iwamoto, J.; Okamoto, N.; Tomioka, K.; Nezu, S.; Ikada, Y.; Kurumatani, N. Exposure to light at night, nocturnal urinary melatonin excretion, and obesity/dyslipidemia in the elderly: a cross-sectional analysis of the HEIJO-KYO study 2013 The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 98 337-344 details   doi
Eisenstein, M. Chronobiology: stepping out of time 2013 Nature 497 S10-2 details   doi
Owens, B. Obesity: heavy sleepers 2013 Nature 497 S8-9 details   doi
Karatsoreos, I.N. Effects of circadian disruption on mental and physical health 2012 Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports 12 218-225 details   doi
Bray, M.S.; Young, M.E. Chronobiological Effects on Obesity 2012 Current Obesity Reports 1 9-15 details   doi
Reiter, R.J.; Tan, D.-X.; Korkmaz, A.; Ma, S. Obesity and metabolic syndrome: association with chronodisruption, sleep deprivation, and melatonin suppression 2012 Annals of Medicine 44 564-577 details   doi
Bray, M.S.; Young, M.E. Chronobiological Effects on Obesity 2012 Current Obesity Reports 1 9-15 details   doi
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 details   doi
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