VEGF


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AcronymDefinition
VEGFVasoactive Endothelial Growth Factor
VEGFVascular Endothelial Growth Factor
VEGFVascular Epidermal Growth Factor
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Microcapsules containing BMP-2 and VEGF were prepared using the improved double emulsion/solvent evaporation technique as previously described (17).
Reduced VEGF levels have been considered important in RM (22) and RIF and preeclampsia.
However, there is a lack of data regarding the risk of perioperative bleeding and neural invasion in gastric cancer patients with expression of VEGF and CD34.
165] binds the semaphorin receptor, Neuropilin 1 and promotes complex formation with VEGF R2 (15).
In addition to VEGF and its receptors, it is important to consider other factors expressed in the retinal microenvironment that also play important roles in neovascularization and tumor invasion.
Conclusions: We found that VEGF -634G/C and +936T/C polymorphisms may affect the prognosis of osteosarcoma patients.
Professor Bates and colleagues had previously discovered in 2002 that VEGF comes in two forms and acts like a switch -- one which turns on the growth of blood vessels and another that blocks growth.
1), which encodes a 190-amino-acid peptide with a signal peptide of 26 amino acids and shows a high homology to VEGF genes in other vertebrates.
Measurement of the "free" form of cytokine, vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) was done by VEGF sandwich enzyme immunoassay (EIA) as per protocol.
The blood-vessel growth factor VEGF has previously been implicated in stimulating abnormal blood vessel growth in a range of cancers and eye diseases.
Transplantation of VEGF gene manipulated mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) has been proposed as a promising therapeutic method for cardiac repair after myocardium infarction.