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Cytochrome c and in vitro Formation of Bile Pigments

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THIS communication describes the attempted in vitro conversion of cytochrome c to bile pigments, using coupled oxidation with ascorbic acid1, and forms part of a systematic study of the relationship of chemical structure to bile pigment formation2,3.

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  1. Department of Hæmatology, Manchester Royal Infirmary and University

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