Collateral and Capillary Formation — A Comparison
Vascular occlusive diseases are the major cause of mortality in Western civilization. The devastating consequences of ischemia and infarction could be prevented by the timely induction of collateral artery growth. Knowing the molecular mechanisms responsible for vessel growth is the basic requirement for the development of effective therapies.
KeywordsMigration Ischemia Codon Tyrosine Agarose
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