pigment

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something that imparts color

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Low-molecular-weight organic substances that contribute to blood pigment function in vertebrates or crustaceans are not found in this group.
The measurement of the blood pigments oxyhemoglobin, methemoglobin, and bilirubin in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) has been useful in the differential diagnosis of various hemorrhaggc and traumatic disorders of the brain (1-9).
Appropriately named dracula, this mutant most likely has an enzyme deficiency that renders its blood pigment sensitive to light.
The derangement of hemoglobin is an imbalance that develops in the crucial blood pigment as it is formed through an intricate ballet of molecules.
Washington, Nov 19 (ANI): Scientists at Heidelberg University Hospital have finally solved the mystery - why people with a hereditary mutation of the red blood pigment haemoglobin - as is the case with sickle-cell anaemia prevalent in Africa - do not contract severe malaria?
It can't be caught and people with SCD have inherited an abnormal form of the red blood pigment (haemoglobin) in their blood cells.