A laboratory tool called an Ultraviolet Fluorescence Analysis Cabinet is used to view and examine samples that fluoresce under UV light. It is frequently used to see DNA, RNA, proteins, and other UV-fluorescent molecules in laboratories for molecular biology, biochemistry, and microbiology. This is very easy to use and safe to handle. Ultraviolet Fluorescence Analysis Cabinet can be fitted with a variety of features, including UV shields to shield the user from harmful UV radiation, cameras for image capture, and filter wheels to choose different UV light wavelengths. It is also used in clinical settings to visualize fluorescent dyes used in diagnostic tests and to detect them.