stercobilinogen

stercobilinogen
ster·co·bi·lin·o·gen

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  • stercobilinogen — ster·co·bi·lin·o·gen bī lin ə jən n UROBILINOGEN * * * ster·co·bi·lin·o·gen (stur″ko bi linґo jən) a bilirubin metabolite and precursor of stercobilin, formed by reduction of urobilinogen …   Medical dictionary

  • stercobilinogen — noun a chromogen formed in the intestine from the breakdown of bilirubin; yields urobilins on oxidation; some is excreted in the feces and some is resorbed and excreted in bile or urine • Syn: ↑urobilinogen • Hypernyms: ↑chromogen * * * ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ …   Useful english dictionary

  • l-stercobilinogen — Reduction product of l urobilinogen, precursor of l stercobilin in the final stages of bilirubin metabolism; excreted in feces, wherein it is oxidized to stercobilin. SEE ALSO: bilirubinoids …   Medical dictionary

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