angiogenesis

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angiogenesis

[¦an·jē·ō¦jen·ə·səs]
(embryology)
The origin and development of blood vessels.
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Influence of inflammatory cytokines on arteriogenesis. Microcirculation 2003;10:371-9.
The putative convergent and divergent natures of angiogenesis and arteriogenesis. Circ Res 2001; 89: 747-749.
5-HT, induced by impaired vascular endothelial cells, is involved in the pathological process of platelet aggregation [45], thrombogenesis [65], contraction of carotid arteries [66], and arteriogenesis [67] in DM-induced vascular complications through 5-H[T.sub.2A]R.
Mukhopadhyay et al., "ERK1/2-Akt1 crosstalk regulates arteriogenesis in mice and zebrafish," Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol.
The induction of neuroprotection by BMMCs may also be related to increased angiogenesis and arteriogenesis through the release of growth factors, proteases, and chemokines, such as transforming growth factor beta (TGF-[beta]), basic fibroblast growth factor (FGFb), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), and stromal-derived factor-1 (SDF1) [62-64].
Hu et al., "Instructive nanofiber scaffolds with VEGF create a microenvironment for arteriogenesis and cardiac repair," Science Translational Medicine, vol.
Overexpression of miR-15b-5p suppresses arteriogenesis and angiogenesis in mice by directly targeting protein kinase B-3 (AKT3) [176].
These stresses lead to opening up of the preexisting anastomotic vessels (arteriogenesis) or formation of new vessels through stimulatory mediators (vasculogenesis).
"A large animal model trial in canines showed that 10 weeks of 200 mg twice daily supplementation of EVNol SupraBio softgels resulted in significantly smaller stroke-induced lesion volume, prevented loss of white matter fiber tract, and arteriogenesis was triggered to increase blood flow to ischemic area," he explained.
Therefore, adenosine formed by extracellular nucleotide catabolism on endothelial cells and immune cells appears to be an important endogenous modulator of arteriogenesis, so it is obvious that the role of 5'-nucleotidase-derived adenosine in a model of chronic vascular inflammation such as atherogenesis.
Around the ligation AV bundle there were new vessels formed which indicated arteriogenesis (Figure 3).
Huijberts, "Diabetes impairs arteriogenesis in the peripheral circulation: review of molecular mechanisms," Clinical Science, vol.