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hematoporphyrin

 [he″mah-to-por´fĭ-rin]
a hematogenous pigment that is an iron-free derivative of heme, a product of the decomposition of hemoglobin.

he·ma·to·por·phy·rin

(hē'mă-tō-pōr'fi-rin, hem'ă-),
A dark red, almost purple, porphyrin resulting from the decomposition of hemoglobin; chemical composition is that of heme with the iron removed and the two vinyl (-CH=CH2) groups hydrated to hydroxyethyl (-CH(OH)-CH3).
Synonym(s): hemoporphyrin

hematoporphyrin

/he·ma·to·por·phy·rin/ (-por´fĭ-rin) an iron-free derivative of heme, a product of the decomposition of hemoglobin.

he·ma·to·por·phy·rin

(hē'mă-tō-pōr'fir-in)
A porphyrin resulting from the decomposition of hemoglobin; chemical composition is that of heme with the iron removed and the two vinyl groups hydrated to hydroxyethyl.
Synonym(s): hemoporphyrin, haematoporphyrin.

hematoporphyrin

an iron-free derivative of heme, a product of the decomposition of hemoglobin.
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HPD was prepared from haematoporphyrin dihydrochloride as described in [38].
As a result of its ability to generate ROS, XOD has received considerable attention as a pathological cause of ischemia-reperfusion injury [25], tissue damage associated with the inflammatory response [26], and cutaneous photosensitivity to haematoporphyrins [13].
HPD was synthesized from haematoporphyrin IX dihydrochloride (Aldrich) according to the original method of Lipson et al.