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bilirubinoid bil·i·ru·bin·oid (bĭl'ĭ-rōō'bə-noid')
Any of various intermediate chemical substances, usually found in urine and feces, produced during the conversion of bilirubin to stercobilin through the action of reductive enzymes in intestinal bacteria.

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