photoactivated love

Definitions

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  • adj. activated by light

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Examples

  • Using a cleverly designed perfusion-bioassay type apparatus, Matsunaga clearly demonstrated that the potentiation was due to the photoactivated release of NO from nitrite.

    Robert F. Furchgott - Autobiography

  • Professor Venkateswara Bommisetty in SDSU's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science will build a new photoactivated, scanning probe microscopy tool that makes significant improvements on the existing scanning probe microscope.

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  • The authors created a mixture of chemicals similar to one that would work for a standard, light-active polymerization: it included the monomer form of the target polymer, a chemical that can be photoactivated in a way that would trigger polymer formation.

    Ars Technica

  • Basically, if you replace "fluorescent molecule" with "photoactivated polymer," you get the gist of the new technique.

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  • Affected areas on the lower limbs are often referred to as scratches, but the process is more correctly known as photoactivated vasculitis.

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  • USA: Marcel Dekker Inc. Fouad FS, Wright JM, Plourde G 2nd, Purohit AD, Wyatt JK, et al. (2005) Synthesis and protein degradation capacity of photoactivated enediynes.

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