fluoresce a vivid blue color.
fluoresce near-infrared light in response to light beaming from a small device outside the body.
If a molecule which absorbs UV radiation does not fluoresce it means that it must have lost its energy some other way.
Some proteins fluoresce naturally, because the fluoresce naturally, because the fluorescent molecule is actually a part of the protein.
The beacons then fluoresce near-infrared light in response to light beaming from a small device outside the body.
fluoresce under ultra violet light.
The porphyrins and protoporphyrins in the sample absorb the light energy and fluoresce, or glow.
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