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Hemin (haemin; ferric chloride heme) is an iron-containing porphyrin with chlorine that can be formed from a heme group, such as heme B found in the hemoglobin of human blood. Contents 1 Chemistry 2 Pharmacological use 3 History of isolation 4 Forensics 5 Other 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Chemistry Hemin is protoporphyrin IX containing a ferric iron (Fe3+) ion with a coordinating chloride ligand. Chemically, hemin differs from the related heme-compound hematin chiefly in t... [wikipedia]

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