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119 In their experiment, they found that food autofluorescence extends up to about 1100 nm upon 808 nm excitation, and this kind of infrared autofluorescence was found to exist in all the different diets available in their animal center. Nevertheless it is important to note here that both the fluorescence intensity and spatial distribution within the pellets were found to be strongly dependent on the particular pellet analyzed. Concerning the possible origin of this infrared luminescence, previous studies dealing with the visible autofluorescence of animal food have correlated it with the presence of plant components (in particular with the presence of alfalfa in the food pellets).
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