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Academic Article The angiogenesis inhibitor AGM-1470 selectively increases E-selectin.
Academic Article Cell adhesion and angiogenesis.
Academic Article Engineering robust and functional vascular networks in vivo with human adult and cord blood-derived progenitor cells.
Academic Article Bioengineered human vascular networks transplanted into secondary mice reconnect with the host vasculature and re-establish perfusion.
Academic Article Type I collagen, fibrin and PuraMatrix matrices provide permissive environments for human endothelial and mesenchymal progenitor cells to form neovascular networks.
Academic Article E-selectin is required for the antiangiogenic activity of endostatin.
Academic Article Host myeloid cells are necessary for creating bioengineered human vascular networks in vivo.
Academic Article Chapter 13. An in vivo experimental model for postnatal vasculogenesis.
Academic Article Infantile hemangioma-mechanism(s) of drug action on a vascular tumor.
Academic Article E-selectin mediates stem cell adhesion and formation of blood vessels in a murine model of infantile hemangioma.
Concept Neovascularization, Physiologic
Academic Article Human vasculogenic cells form functional blood vessels and mitigate adverse remodeling after ischemia reperfusion injury in rats.
Academic Article a6-Integrin is required for the adhesion and vasculogenic potential of hemangioma stem cells.
Academic Article Neuropilin-1 functions as a VEGFR2 co-receptor to guide developmental angiogenesis independent of ligand binding.
Academic Article The endogenous zinc finger transcription factor, ZNF24, modulates the angiogenic potential of human microvascular endothelial cells.
Academic Article Treprostinil indirectly regulates endothelial colony forming cell angiogenic properties by increasing VEGF-A produced by mesenchymal stem cells.
Academic Article Dual role of fatty acid-binding protein 5 on endothelial cell fate: a potential link between lipid metabolism and angiogenic responses.
Academic Article Cooperation between human fibrocytes and endothelial colony-forming cells increases angiogenesis via the CXCR4 pathway.
Academic Article Endothelial colony forming cells and mesenchymal progenitor cells form blood vessels and increase blood flow in ischemic muscle.
Academic Article Endothelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition.
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