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    Original URL path: http://www.angiogenesis.nl/vALA/lectures/Tumor%20angiogenesis%20target%20for%20cancer%20therapy_bestanden/master02.htm (2015-08-10)
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    Vessel dilatation and pericyte detachment 3 Degradation of matrix and basement membrane Cellular migration 4 Cellular migration and proliferation 5 Lumen formation basement membrame formation and pericyte attachment 6 Fusion

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    2003 The angiogenic switch Angiogenesis is regulated by stimulators and inhibitors In quiescent normal tissue the angiogenic switch is in balance or off Angiogenesis can be achieved by increase in

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    Normal physiology embryogenesis female reproductive cycle wound healing inflammation Pathological disorders cardiovascular diseases diabetes retinopathy endometriosis adiposity cancer Angiogenesis is pivotal in tissue growth and development

    Original URL path: http://www.angiogenesis.nl/vALA/lectures/Tumor%20angiogenesis%20target%20for%20cancer%20therapy_bestanden/slide0012.htm (2015-08-10)
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    Bergers Benjamin Nat Rev Cancer 2003 Tumor angiogenesis

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    mm 3 in size tumors depend on the formation of new blood vessels for supply of oxygen and nutrients Tumors release diffusible agents that induce the formation and growth of

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    G CSF Hepatocyte growth factor HGF scatter factor SF Interleukin 8 IL 8 Leptin Midkine Placental growth factor PlGF Platelet derived endothelial cell growth factor PD ECGF Platelet derived growth factor BB PDGF BB Pleiotrophin PTN Proliferin Transforming growth factors

    Original URL path: http://www.angiogenesis.nl/vALA/lectures/Tumor%20angiogenesis%20target%20for%20cancer%20therapy_bestanden/slide0024.htm (2015-08-10)
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    Gro beta Heparinases Heparin hexasaccharide fragment Human chorionic gonadotropin hCG Interferon alpha beta gamma Interferon inducible protein IP 10 Interleukin 12 IL 12 Kringle 5 plasminogen fragment Metalloproteinase inhibitors TIMPs 2 Methoxyestradiol 2 ME Pigment epithelial derived factor PEDF Placental

    Original URL path: http://www.angiogenesis.nl/vALA/lectures/Tumor%20angiogenesis%20target%20for%20cancer%20therapy_bestanden/slide0027.htm (2015-08-10)
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