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- n. Alternative spelling of hematin.
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- n. Same as hematin.
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But this substance, as well as the so-called haematin used by me, ought perhaps to have been classed with indigestible substances.
André Lwoff studied haematin - a growth factor for the flagellates - the specificity of protohaematin, its quantitative effect on growth, and the part it played in the respiratory catalyst system.
He studied haematin - a growth factor for the flagellates - the specificity of protohaematin, its quantitative effect on growth, and the part it played in the respiratory catalyst system.
On the third day the glands in contact with the haematin were blackened, and some of the tentacles seemed injured.
-- Some dark red granules, prepared from bullock's blood, were given me; these were found by Dr. Sanderson to be insoluble in water, acids, and alcohol, so that they were probably haematin, together with other bodies derived from the blood.
The secretion of Drosera and gastric juice were both able to dissolve some element or impurity out of the globulin and haematin employed by me.
Dr. Sanderson tried this substance with artificial digestive fluid, in the manner described under globulin, and found that whilst 1.31 of fibrin, only 0.456 of the haematin was dissolved in an hour; but the dissolution by the secretion of even a less amount would account for its action on Dr.sera.
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