Circadian and behavioural responses to shift work-like schedules of light/dark in the mouse

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BACKGROUND Disruption of circadian rhythms is associated with several deleterious health consequences and cognitive impairment. It is estimated that as many as one in five workers are exposed to this risk factor due to experiencing some degree of chronodisruption by way of recurring patterns of shift work. It is not presently clear therefore how efficiently… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/2049-9256-1-7

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@inproceedings{McGowan2013CircadianAB, title={Circadian and behavioural responses to shift work-like schedules of light/dark in the mouse}, author={Niall M McGowan and A N Coogan}, booktitle={Journal of molecular psychiatry}, year={2013} }