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Term:mesoporphyrins
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Definition:Any porphyrin compound produced from a protoporphyrin by the addition of a hydrogen to the double bond of each of the vinyl groups.
Synonyms:xref_mesh: MESH:D008652


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  CHEBI ontology 225
    role 225
      biological role 225
        biochemical role 186
          cofactor 24
            porphyrins 0
              mesoporphyrins 0
                N-methylmesoporphyrin 0
                mesoporphyrin IX 0
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  CHEBI ontology 225
    subatomic particle 225
      composite particle 225
        hadron 225
          baryon 225
            nucleon 225
              atomic nucleus 225
                atom 225
                  main group element atom 218
                    p-block element atom 218
                      carbon group element atom 207
                        carbon atom 206
                          organic molecular entity 206
                            organic molecule 200
                              organic cyclic compound 184
                                organic heterocyclic compound 141
                                  organonitrogen heterocyclic compound 112
                                    polypyrrole 0
                                      tetrapyrrole 0
                                        cyclic tetrapyrrole 0
                                          porphyrins 0
                                            mesoporphyrins 0
                                              N-methylmesoporphyrin 0
                                              mesoporphyrin IX 0
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