hemobilirubin

hemobilirubin

[¦hē·mō‚bil·i′rü·bən]
(biochemistry)
Bilirubin in normal blood serum before passage through the liver.
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Liver injury may result in incomplete conversion of hemobilirubin (indirect) to cholebilirubin (direct) and thus hemobilirubin circulate in blood (Dhillon and Paul, 1971).