hemin

[n] - a reddish-brown chloride of heme
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Hemin

He'min noun [ Greek a'i^ma blood.] (Physiol. Chem.) A substance, in the form of reddish brown, microscopic, prismatic crystals, formed from dried blood by the action of strong acetic acid and common salt; -- called also Teichmann's crystals. Chemically, it is a hydrochloride of h
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hemin

<physiology> A substance, in the form of reddish brown, microscopic, prismatic crystals, formed from dried blood by the action of strong acetic acid and common salt; called also Teichmann's crystals. Chemically, it is a hydrochloride of haematin. ... The obtaining of these small crystals, from old blood clots or suspected blood stains, consti
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hemin

(heĀ“min) a porphyrin chelate of iron, derived from red blood cells; the chloride of heme. It is used to treat the symptoms of various porphyrias. hematin (def. 1).
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Hemin

• (n.) A substance, in the form of reddish brown, microscopic, prismatic crystals, formed from dried blood by the action of strong acetic acid and common salt; -- called also Teichmann`s crystals. Chemically, it is a hydrochloride of hematin.
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hemin

(from the article `Fischer, Hans`) German biochemist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1930 for research into the constitution of hemin, the red blood pigment, and ...
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hemin

Type: Term Pronunciation: hēm′in Definitions: 1. Chloride of heme in which Fe2+ has become Fe3+. Hemin crystals are called Teichmann crystals, under crystal. 2. Any coordination complex of chloro(porphyrinato)iron(III). Synonyms: chlorohemin, factor X for Haemophilus, ferriheme chloride, ferriporphyrin chloride, ferriprotoporphyrin, hema
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