A cholinergic antagonist, mecamylamine, blocks the phase-shifting effects of light on the circadian rhythm of locomotor activity in the golden hamster

David L. Keefe, David J. Earnest, Dwight Nelson, Joseph S. Takahashi, Fred W. Turek

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