Hematoporphyrin



hematoporphyrin he·ma·to·por·phy·rin (hē’mə-tō-pôr’fə-rĭn, hĭ-māt’ə-)
n.
A porphyrin that does not contain iron and is formed when heme or hemoglobin is decomposed by an acid. Also called hemoporphyrin.

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