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  • n. A serum globulin that binds heme and porphyrins


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  • Next, the body makes a molecule to clean up leaky heme - but in the mice, as heme levels rose, levels of that molecule, known as hemopexin, dropped. Weather News

  • So they injected sick mice with extra hemopexin and more survived, they reported last week in the journal Weather News

  • Finally, Soares tested blood samples from 56 sepsis patients in a Brazilian hospital - and found those who survived had significantly higher natural hemopexin levels than those who died. Weather News

  • II-like domains that are inserted within its catalytic domain, one hemopexin domain, and eight disulfide bridges (.

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