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Which does bilirubin come from?

a.    The heme part of hemoglobin in a process

referred to as hemoglobin break down

b.    The globin part of hemoglobin in a process called erythropoiesis

c.    The cell membrane part of red blood cells in a process called conjugation

d.    The nucleus of red blood cell in a process called reticulocyte maturation  

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