haematin


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haematin

(ˈhɛmətɪn; ˈhiː-) or

hematin

n
(Biochemistry) biochem a dark bluish or brownish pigment containing iron in the ferric state, obtained by the oxidation of haem
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The Forrest classification classifies ulcers with a spurting haemorrhage (Forrest Ia), oozing haemorrhage (Forrest Ib), a visible vessel (Forrest IIa), an adherent clot (Forrest IIb), haematin on the ulcer base (Forrest IIc), and a clean ulcer base (Forrest III).
11 Alkaline haematin is an alternate method for the measurement of blood loss.
The total pigments were calculated as haematin using the following formula: total pigment (mg/kg) = A640x680.
0) was homogenized at 0C using Polytron homogenizer spinning at 13000 rpm for 2-3 minutes), either in absence (holoenzyme activity) or in the presence (total enzyme activity) of added haematin 2M (haematin dissolved in 0.