photolabile

photolabile

(fō-tō-lā′bīl)
The characteristic of being destroyed or inactivated by light.
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Debromoaplysiatoxin and lyngbyatoxin-a are photolabile and are unlikely to persist in the water column (Moikeha et al.
Thinner coatings will allow more transmission of UV radiation through an absorbing coating layer to a photolabile substrate, while thicker coatings are more likely to undergo stress-induced cracking.
The AIIMS medical board in its second opinion in 2014 had listed poisonous substances such as thallium, polonium-210, nerium oleander, snake bites, photolabile poisons, and heroin, which were said to be either undetectable or difficult to detect at Indian laboratories.
Unfortunately, a corollary of this property is that some E vitamins are photolabile and are subject to photodegradation .
Whole body UVA irradiation lowers systemic blood pressure by release of nitric oxide from intracutaneous photolabile nitric oxide derivates.
A photolabile hydrogel for guided three-dimensional cell growth and migration.
Their topics include cyclative cleavage as a solid-phase strategy, photolabile linker units, hydrazone linker units, diversity cleavage strategies from phosphorus linkers, silicon and germanium linker units, linkers releasing olefins or cyclo-olefins by ring closing metathesis, and solid-phase radiochemistry.
NOVELAND ROBUST PHOTOLABILE PROTECTING GROUP TOOLBOX FOR CARBONYL COMPOUNDS.
The presence of carbonyl groups in a degraded polymer indicates that oxidation has occurred and that the material is vulnerable to further degradation because these groups are photolabile (Feldman 2002).
To eliminate interference from nonbilirubin pigments, my colleagues and I (2) exploited the fact that bilirubin is highly photolabile whereas interfering chromagens such as hemoglobin and methemoglobin are remarkably photostable.
Those indoxyls, which have substituents in the 2-position, are oxidized to indoleninones that dimerise to give the green photolabile tyriverdin.