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    Both are acceptable. I've seen both used in all sorts of textbooks. They're just slight spelling variants. I always just go with heme and hemoglobin.


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    Haem, strictly.
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    Haem is the British English spelling. I always use haem and haemoglobin. American English uses heme and hemoglobin.
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    Haem is the British English spelling. I always use haem and haemoglobin. American English uses heme and hemoglobin.
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    Haem. There's a whole country of people who spell it wrong though.
 
 
 
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