CHEBI:30413 - heme

Main ChEBI Ontology Automatic Xrefs
ChEBI Name heme
ChEBI ID CHEBI:30413
Definition A heme is any tetrapyrrolic chelate of iron.
Stars This entity has been manually annotated by the ChEBI Team.
Secondary ChEBI IDs CHEBI:14386, CHEBI:24491
Metabolite of Species Details
Homo sapiens (NCBI:9606) See: PubMed
Roles Classification
Biological Role(s): metabolite
Any intermediate or product resulting from metabolism. The term 'metabolite' subsumes the classes commonly known as primary and secondary metabolites.
prosthetic group
A tightly bound, specific nonpolypeptide unit in a protein determining and involved in its biological activity.
cofactor
An organic molecule or ion (usually a metal ion) that is required by an enzyme for its activity. It may be attached either loosely (coenzyme) or tightly (prosthetic group).
(via porphyrins )
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ChEBI Ontology
Outgoing heme (CHEBI:30413) has role metabolite (CHEBI:25212)
heme (CHEBI:30413) has role prosthetic group (CHEBI:26348)
heme (CHEBI:30413) is a iron coordination entity (CHEBI:33892)
heme (CHEBI:30413) is a metalloporphyrin (CHEBI:25216)
heme (CHEBI:30413) is a metallotetrapyrrole (CHEBI:33909)
Incoming hemoprotein (CHEBI:35137) has part heme (CHEBI:30413)
alpha-oxyprotohemin IX (CHEBI:22465) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
etiohemin I (CHEBI:24008) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
ferriheme (CHEBI:38574) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
ferroheme (CHEBI:38573) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
heme a (CHEBI:24479) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
heme b (CHEBI:26355) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
heme o (CHEBI:24480) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
heme-amino acid (CHEBI:24485) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
heme-thiolate prosthetic group (CHEBI:36073) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
siroheme (CHEBI:28599) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
siroheme(8−) (CHEBI:60052) is a heme (CHEBI:30413)
IUPAC Names
heme
hemes
Synonyms Sources
haem IUPAC
hæm ChEBI
haeme IUPAC
Häm ChEBI
hem IUPAC
heme UniProt
hème IUPAC
hemos IUPAC
Database Links Databases
C00032 KEGG COMPOUND
DB03014 DrugBank
MOL000025 COMe
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Last Modified
27 January 2015