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Authors:  Mikhail L. Blagonravov, Anna A. Bryk, Vyacheslav A. Goryachev, Anastasia O. Kurlaeva, Anna Yu. Ryabinina, and Sergey M. Chibisov
Abstract:
As it was found the third type of photoreceptors in the mammalian retina called internal photosensitive internal ganglion cells of the retina (ipRGCs) regulates many biological and behavioral processes, including the secretion of melatonin and cortisol, alertness, EEG rhythms. These photoreceptors have neural connections with the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN) of the hypothalamus, which subsequently synchronize “the peripheral clock” with each other and in this way synchronize the whole circadian system with the geophysical time [2, 3]. Maximal sensitivity of ipRGCs is in the shortwave blue region of the spectrum (peak sensitivity is about 460 nm) [1]. Recently there has also been a widespread use of devices with LCD screens and energy saving LEDs, which are sources of visible light with a predominance of the short-wavelength part of the spectrum in the dark time (evening and night). This study aims to examine the features of biological rhythms of the cardiovascular system in essential hypertension under exposure to monochromatic light with a wavelength 480 nm. 


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Features of the Circadian Profile of Blood Pressure and Heart Rate under Monochromatic Lighting in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats (pp. 137-139)