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something that imparts color

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On the basis of these findings it is possible that bile pigments are endogenous tissue protectors by virtue of their anticomplement activity (44).
We jointly set out to test whether photoisomerization altered the antioxidant property of the bile pigment.
Indeed, there is now growing interest in bile pigments and CO as therapeutics, with CO being investigated in a clinical trial to improve kidney function after transplantation, and bilirubin and its precursor biliverdin having been reported to protect against vascular diseases (5 ).
In numerous hepatocytes accumulation of bile pigments was present.
7) compared the peroxyl antioxidant trapping potential of various substances and found that free bile pigments showed higher activity than did the vitamin E analog Trolox.
Spectrophotometric correction for bile pigments in the thiobarbituric acid test for malondialdehyde-like substances in plasma.
It contains swallowed amniotic fluid, bile salts, bile pigments, cholesterol, mucin, pancreatic enzymes, intestinal enzymes, squamous cells, lanugo hair and other cellular debris.
Most gallstones are collections of cholesterol and bile pigments from the breakdown of red blood cells.
One theory: it stimulates the gallbladder to contract, which helps empty it of stone-forming cholesterol and bile pigments.
AGALLSTONES are made of cholesterol and bile pigments which solidify into crystalline particles.
The bile pigments are hemoglobin metabolites; the two major ones are biliverdin and bilirubin.