The Role of Melanopsin-Containing Cells in Mammals: Pupillary Light Response, Photoentrainment of the Circadian Cycle, and Implications for Disease
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Fri, 01 Feb 2013 15:56:08 GMT
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Melanopsin, opsin, retinal ganglion cell, circadian rhythm, photoentrainment, mTOR pathway, pupillary light response
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