What Does a Red Blood Cell Consist of?

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Red blood cells are made up of red pigments which are known as haemoglobins. Haemoglobin is bright red in colour and it contains iron. The haemoglobin molecule of a red blood cell consists of three components; heme, alpha-like globin and beta-like globin.
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