Spectral sensitivity of melatonin suppression in the zebrafish pineal gland.

@article{Ziv2007SpectralSO,
  title={Spectral sensitivity of melatonin suppression in the zebrafish pineal gland.},
  author={Limor Ziv and Adi Tovin and Daniel Strasser and Yoav Gothilf},
  journal={Experimental eye research},
  year={2007},
  volume={84 1},
  pages={92-9}
}
The pineal gland of the zebrafish (Danio rerio) is a clock-containing photoreceptive organ. Superfused pineal glands kept in darkness display rhythmic melatonin production that lasts for days, with high melatonin levels during the night and low levels during the day. Nocturnal light, however, evokes an acute suppression of melatonin synthesis in the photoreceptor cells. Towards characterizing zebrafish pineal photopigment that is involved in the acute melatonin suppression we have measured the… CONTINUE READING

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