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  • n. That part of a molecule that is responsible for a given emission band when it undergoes luminescence.


From lumin-, stem of Latin lumen + -phore (Wiktionary)


  • • Monitoring of spontaneous and luminophore-amplified photon emission (PE) from nondiluted human blood (i.e., under resting conditions as well as artificially induced immune reactions, see Fig. 1) reveals that blood is a continuous source of biophotons that store their energies in EES. electron excitation • This state is pumped by the generation of electron excitation produced in the ROS reactions.

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