photoproduct

pho·to·prod·uct

 (fō′tō-prŏd′əkt)
n.
The product of a photochemical reaction.

photoproduct

(ˈfəʊtəʊˌprɒdʌkt)
n
(Chemistry) chem any product which is produced by a chemical reaction that uses light or other electromagnetic radiation to increase energy of particles
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These oscillations seem to emanate from coherence at the vibrational ground states of the photoproduct (bathorhodopsin).
Reagentas 6-4 photoproduct determination after UV-irradiation preliminary points to 1 Coll .
During holographic recording, PQ reaches its excited state through electron transfer and then reacts with the MMA monomer to form the photoproduct in the region exposed to light (8), (9), (32).
6,63) The ultimate effect of blocking normal cutaneous photoproduct synthesis with sunblock is not known.
In this study, we investigated the photobleaching of pyropheophorbide methyl ester (PPME) and pyropheophorbide a (PPa) in a homogeneous solution of dimethylformamide (DMF) during PDT and estimated whether fluorescence photobleaching of the sensitizer or the formation of its photoproduct is appropriate for evaluating PDT dose.
9) After UVA light exposure, the DNA will play the role of a chromophore leading to a photoproduct UV-DNA complex.
Higher cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer and (6-4) photoproduct yields in epidermis of normal humans with increased sensitivity to ultraviolet B radiation.
with wavelength shorter than 280 nm is the primary wavelength for induction of RecA protein, a photoproduct involved in DNA damage repair.
This would be the case if erythrosine B reacted with the photoproduct resulting from the relaxation of the triplet state.
UVB (290-320 nm) is known to induce direct damage to DNA via formation of the cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer (CPD) photoproduct (Lyons et al.