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exhibit or undergo fluorescence

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Things that fluoresce blue actually stop the production of melatonin.
Among more than 180 kinds of fish known to fluoresce, the majority produce red or green light, he and his team reported in January.
Aging skin, which has been subjected to sunlight, loses its youthful appearance due to an inability to fluoresce blue and green light.
4 In your setup, the artworks you detected contained chemicals that fluoresce, or glow, when placed under ultraviolet light.
In fact, forensic scientists would not even have to change the magnetic brush technique they have used since the 1960s: British scientists at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, and King's College, London, have developed a process based on magnetic particles and antibodies that causes fingerprints to fluoresce if they were made by a drug user.
While a conventional fluorescent lamp uses mercury for discharging gas to allow a phosphor to fluoresce, the new ballistic electron surface-emitting device can make xenon gas emit vacuum-ultraviolet light causing a phosphor to fluoresce, the company said.
The technology addresses the problem that many plastics, including PVC and PC, naturally fluoresce blue under UV light, which minimizes the inspection advantages of using conventional blue-fluorescing adhesives in medical-device assembly.
The walls of these cylinders hold the pigments that cause the wings to glow, or fluoresce.
The '930 patent relates to latent fluorophore-minor groove binder oligonucleotide conjugates which fluoresce upon hybridization to a target.
If a gene is turned on or up as a result of exposure, it will fluoresce more brightly than the same gene on the corresponding chip for the control group.
Within this esoteric area of short-run printing, the invisible ink can only be seen by using an ultra violet lamp, causing the ink to fluoresce to a bright red color.
One of these materials, calcium tungstate, was found to fluoresce with approximately six times the intensity of barium platinocyanide.
These materials fluoresce with a bright glow under the lamp's longwave ultraviolet light, making them visible in bathrooms and on sitting and sleeping surfaces.
This is a fundamental limitation for high count rate detection of x rays that can fluoresce the counter gas.
When exposed to longer wavelength green light, the clusters fluoresce strongly, emitting red light visible to the naked eye.