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- n. The product of a photochemical reaction.
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- n. Any product of a photochemical reaction
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A light quantum, in order to be effective as a sensory stimulant, naturally must, in the first instance, create within the cell a primary photoproduct which carries the business further.
Xeroderma pigmentosum complementation group A-deficient mice, which lack the enzymes responsible for NER, did not accelerate photoproduct repair.
UV radiation is absorbed by nucleic acids and induces dimerization of adjacent pyrimidines by cyclobutyl ring formation or other photoproduct linkages, which damage the nucleic acid strand and thus inhibit transcription A previous study indicated that a CPMV-based vaccine that displayed an epitope from canine parvovirus and had been inactivated by UV could still induce protective antibody responses