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Aged erythrocytes are dissolved in the
Aged erythrocytes (red blood cells) are dissolved in the liver. The liver breaks down these old and damaged cells and recycles their components, such as iron and amino acids, for the production of new red blood cells. This process also helps to remove waste products, like bilirubin, from the bloodstream. The pancreas, lymph nodes, and kidneys are not directly involved in this process.