hemochromogen

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he·mo·chro·mo·gen

(hē'mō-krō'mō-jen),
Term originally used for combinations of ferro- or ferriporphyrins with 2 mol of a nitrogenous base or protein, for example, pyridine ferroporphyrin.
Synonym(s): hemochrome
[hemo- + G. chrōma, color, + -gen, producing]

he·mo·chro·mo·gen

(hē'mō-krō'mō-jen)
Any compound in which 1 mol of ferro- or ferriporphyrin is combined with 2 mol of a nitrogenous base or protein.
Synonym(s): hemochrome, haemochromogen.
[hemo- + G. chrōma, color, + -gen, producing]

hemochromogen

(hē″mō-krō′mō-jĕn) [″ + chroma, color, + gennan, to produce]
A compound, such as hemoglobin, in which heme is combined with a nitrogen-containing molecule; e.g., protein.