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  • v. Present participle of photobleach.
  • n. The destruction of a photochemical fluorescence by high-intensity light


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  • Expressed as a monomer, this probe is potentially useful in photobleaching, photoconversion and photoactivation investigations.

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  • ( "photobleaching") and limitations on the numbers of fluorochromes that can be involved a single region, a variety of sensitive electronic detectors are used in fluorescence microscopy.


  • Derived from the reef coral, Anemonia majano, the AmCyan1 fluorescent protein variant has been optimized with human codons to generate a high relative brightness level and resistance to photobleaching when compared to enhanced cyan fluorescent protein during mammalian expression.

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  • The Citrine variant of yellow fluorescent protein is very bright relative to EYFP and has been demonstrated to be much more resistant to photobleaching, acidic pH, and other environmental effects.

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  • This is especially true for enhanced cyan fluorescent protein, which can be excited off-peak by an argon-ion laser (using the 457-nanometer spectral line) and is significantly more resistant to photobleaching than the blue derivative.

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  • This effect is likely due to selective photobleaching of the red chromophores in DsRed, resulting in observable fluorescence from the green state.

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  • The new Brightline filter sets allow the user to either minimise photobleaching while increasing image contrast or receive a light boost for a brighter image, particularly in low-concentration applications such as single-molecule imaging.

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  • Chromophore bleaching is a phenomenon of fundamental importance for multiple life functions such as vision that is based on the photobleaching of photopigments, opsins, in the retina

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  • The aim of the study was to investigate whether these compounds were susceptible to photobleaching by a non-invasive procedure and whether this would lead to optical rejuvenation of the lens.

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  • Multiphoton effects have a step-like progression with increasing laser intensities from no effects over photobleaching to material ablation and tissue disruption

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