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hemin

[′hē·mən]
(biochemistry)
C34H32O4N4FeCl The crystalline salt of ferriheme, containing iron in the ferric state.
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Similar inverse correlation was observed when hemin treatment for steatohepatitis (Nan et al., 2010) or diallyl sulfide for hepatic injury induced by warm ischemia-reperfusion (Shaik et al., 2008).
All Haemophilus strains used in the DNA analysis were tested for their ability to grow in the presence and absence of hemin and NAD.
haemophilum will grow on egg- or agar-based media only if supplemented with 0.4% hemoglobin, 60 [mu]M hemin, or 15 mg/mL ferric ammonium citrate [9].
These included the use of other chemicals to replace the NO groups in the protoporphyrin ring of the hemin or the use of colourants from plant-origin.
Hemin Desai topscored with 29 while Vikas Parshad scored 23 runs.
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Humvees, tanks in latest offensive against peshmerga," tweeted Hemin Hawrami, KRG President Massoud Barzani's assistant.
Hemin Hawrami, senior assistant to President Masoud Barzani confirmed that the first vote has been cast from China.
Barzani's assistant Hemin Hawrami tweeted that voting would take place in the disputed region of Kirkuk and three other areas also claimed by the central government; Makhmour in the north, Sinjar in the northwest and Khanaqin in the east.
Heme, released from methemoglobin, quickly oxidizes to form hemin, which also triggers oxidative damage in brain tissue around the hematoma.
Chloral hydrate, streptozotocin, hemin, and a horseradish peroxidase-conjugated secondary anti-rabbit antibody were purchased from Sigma (Sigma Chemical Co., St.
Hemin Hawrami, a senior official in the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Iraq, wrote on his Twitter feed that peshmerga fighters were just a few kilometres from Kobane and would enter soon.