lipochrome

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lipochrome

(ˈlɪpəˌkrəʊm; ˈlaɪpəˌkrəʊm)
n
(Biology) any of several fat-soluble, yellow-coloured pigments found in various parts of the human body
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The interaction between malondialdehyde and the amino groups of phospholipids and proteins during lipid peroxidation results in the formation of fluorescent chromolipids. (14) Lipid peroxidation accounts for the AF of erythrocytes in thalassemic (15) and uremic patients.
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Measurement of serum lipid peroxidation during exercise using three different methods: diene conjugation, thiobarbituric acid reactive material and fluorescent chromolipids. Clinica Chimica Acta 234, 63-69.