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hematin

[′hē·məd·ən]
(organic chemistry)
C34H33O5N4Fe The hydroxide of ferriheme derived from oxidized heme.
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Tryptophan 2,3-dioxygenase activity was determined in rat liver homogenates (2gm of perfused frozen liver tissue in 13ml of 0.14M KCl (pH 7.0) was homogenized at 0C using Polytron homogenizer spinning at 13000 rpm for 2-3 minutes), either in absence (holoenzyme activity) or in the presence (total enzyme activity) of added haematin 2M (haematin dissolved in 0.1M NaOH) as previously described in detail [14].
Nauplii were obtained, by cyst inducing of hatching and eliminating the alveolar layer (lipoproteins, chitin and haematin) by oxidation with 6% sodium hypochlorite bath for 5 min and rinsed with freshwater to remove the hypochlorite.
Similarly, the distribution of phospholipids was also observed around the cytoplasmic rims of lymphocytes located towards the periphery of LGCs when stained with Acid haematin (Fig.
These studies are intended to evaluate the change in menstrual blood loss using the alkaline haematin method, comparing baseline to month six of treatment.