New Frontiers in Angiogenesis
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New Frontiers in Angiogenesis

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ISBN-13:
9781402043260
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
11.01.2006
Seiten:
220
Autor:
Reza Forough
Gewicht:
537 g
Format:
235x155x19 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Intriguing concepts in angiogenesis
Preface by Reza Forough Chapter 1: Angiogenesis: An Overview by Massimo Mariotti and Jeanette AM Maier Chapter 2: Studying In Vivo Dynamics of Vasculogenesis Using Time-Lapse Computational Imaging by Evan A. Zamir, Paul A. Rupp, and Charles D. Little Chapter 3: The Old and New of Bone Marrow - Derived Endothelial Cell Precursors by Gina C. Schatteman, Ola Awad, and Martine Dunnwald Chapter 4: Regulation of Postangiogenic Vascular Regression by Roberto F. Nicosia, Wen-Hui Zhu, and Alfred C. Aplin Chapter 5: Vasculogenic Mimicry: Angiogenesis in Disguise? by Mary J.C. Hendrix, Elisabeth A. Seftor, and Richard E.B. Seftor Chapter 6: Design and Construction of Artificial Blood Vessels by Domenico Ribatti, Beatrice Nico, and Elisabetta Weber Chapter 7: Bioengineering Angiogenesis: Novel Approaches to Stimulating Microvessel Growth and Remodeling by Richard J. Price, Meghan M. Nickerson, John C. Chappell, Christopher R. Anderson, and Ji Song Chapter 8: Lymphangiogenesis: Recapitulation of Angiogensis in Health and Disease by William S. Shin, and Stanley G. Rockson
New Frontiers in Angiogenesis starts with a comprehensive overview of the field and continues with topics that have been minimally explored. The topics deal with dynamics of vasculogenesis using imaging techniques, bone marrow-derived endothelial cell precursors as potential therapeutic tools, regulation of post-angiogenic vessel regression, vascular mimicry, design and construction of artificial vessels, bioengineering of angiogenesis, and lymphangiogenesis recapitulating angiogenesis in health and disease states. Each chapter is written by leading experts of the subjects. It is hoped that this volume will challenge all of us interested in the field of angiogenesis and cardiovascular biology, in particular those in academia and industries, to think "outside the box" and explore angiogenesis from a fresh angle. It is hoped that New Frontiers in Angiogenesis is thought provoking and serve as a road map for discovering new findings to help betterments of human health.