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hemin

 [he´min]
1. a porphyrin chelate of iron, derived from red blood cells; the chloride of heme. It is used to treat the symptoms of various porphyrias.
2. hematin (def. 1).

he·min

(hēm'in),
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).

hemin

/he·min/ (he´min)
1. a porphyrin chelate of iron, derived from red blood cells; the chloride of heme. It is used to treat the symptoms of various porphyrias.
2. hematin (1).

hemin

(hē′mĭn)
n.
The reddish-brown crystalline chloride of heme, C34H32N4O4FeCl, produced when hemoglobin reacts with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride in a laboratory test for the presence of blood.

he·min

(hēm'in)
Chloride of heme in which Fe2+ has become Fe3+. Hemin crystals are called Teichmann crystals.
Synonym(s): hematin chloride, haemin.

hemin

porphyrin required by some bacterial species for growth. Called also X factor.
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David Balcombe who was the star in the Twenty20 clash against the All Omani team on Sunday didnEoee1/4eaot last lont as he was superbly caught by Sufyan Mahmood of Hemin Desai over.
Hemin Gazy Suliman, 23, of Stevens House, Bath Street, Hillfields, Coventry, one charge of driving with an incorrect licence, one charge of using a vehicle without insurance and two charges of using a vehicle with a faulty windscreen, fined pounds 250 and banned from driving for six months under the totting-up provisions.
The law contradicted Kurdistan Region president's project for reforms, according to Hemin Mirani, a university lecturer.
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