hematin


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hematin

[′hē·məd·ən]
(organic chemistry)
C34H33O5N4Fe The hydroxide of ferriheme derived from oxidized heme.
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The primary endpoint in Phase 3 studies will be the same as that employed in the Phase 2b study; percent of subjects with reduction in uterine blood flow as measured by the alkaline hematin method.
Levels of hematin were measured in supernatant over time.
To make HTM, first a fresh hematin stock solution is prepared by dissolving 50 mg of bovine hematin powder in 100 ml of 0.
Why markers of hemolysis are subsequently present in the peripheral circulation is not known, but the authors, nonetheless, identified increased serum hemoglobin, hematin, lactate dehydrogenase and erythrocyte-derived catalase, and decreased haptoglobin in these patients.
By using charged silica template, we could synthesize PEDOT/template complex via biomimetic method using poly(ethylene glycol)-modified hematin (PEG-hematin) as catalyst [26].
Patent 7,022,420 (April 4, 2006), "Assembled Hematin, Method for Forming Same, and Method for Polymerizing Aromatic Monomers Using Same," Ferdinando Bruno, Lynne A.
The patient was placed in a no-sun-exposure room and treated with a course of intravenous hematin, with little improvement in sensory but no motor function.