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Einfluß der Organzugehörigkeit auf die Differenzierung von Endothelzellen

  • W. Risau

Zusammenfassung

Endothelzellen bilden die innere Auskleidung aller Blutgefäße. Über ihre Aufgabe als Versorgungssystem hinaus üben sie wichtige Funktionen aus bei der Regulation der Gefäßwandbildung und Kontraktilität, der Gefäßpermeabilität, der Neubildung von Blutgefäßen, der Interaktion mit Blutzellen und metastasierenden Tumorzellen, und natürlich der Hämostase.

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