urobilin


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brown bile pigment formed from urobilinogens and found in feces and in small amounts in urine

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Furthermore, this band migrated to the same position as the urobilin calibrator in our RPHPTLC system (Fig.
This chromatographic technique for fecal urobilin detection is potentially applicable in investigating clinical problems.
Estimation of urobilin as a fecal pollution indicator in the aquatic environment.
The typical yellow-amber color is caused by urochrome and, to a lesser extent, uroerythrin or urobilin.
Other changes include a darkening of the urine color, due to oxidation of colorless chromogens such as the oxidation of urobilinogen to urobilin, or a change in color as bilirubin is oxidized to biliverdin.