Blocking the phase-shifting effect of neuropeptide Y with light.

@article{Biello1995BlockingTP,
  title={Blocking the phase-shifting effect of neuropeptide Y with light.},
  author={Stephany M. Biello and Nicholas Mrosovsky},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={1995},
  volume={259 1355},
  pages={179-87}
}
Previous studies have indicated that the neuropeptide Y input from the intergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate nucleus to the suprachiasmatic nucleus is the final part of a non-photic phase shifting pathway to pacemakers in hamsters, or that neuropeptide Y is necessary for other pathways to be effective. Experiments in which two stimuli are presented during the same circadian cycle have shown that phase shifts in response to at least two non-photic stimuli are attenuated by a… CONTINUE READING

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