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Pathological angiogenesis in a murine model of human Wilms' tumor.Academic Article Why?
Kandel, Jessica J.Person Why?
Neovascularization, PathologicConcept Why?
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Cohn, Susan L.Person Why?
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"Tumoral pseudoblush" identified within gliomas at high-spatial-resolution ultrahigh-field-strength gradient-echo MR imaging corresponds to microvascularity at stereotactic biopsy.Academic Article Why?
'Cross-talk' between Schwannian stroma and neuroblasts promotes neuroblastoma tumor differentiation and inhibits angiogenesis.Academic Article Why?
[Inhibition of growth and angiogenesis of U251 cell xenograft in vivo by short hairpin RNA targeting survivin gene].Academic Article Why?
A model system for tumor angiogenesis: involvement of transforming growth factor-alpha in tube formation of human microvascular endothelial cells induced by esophageal cancer cells.Academic Article Why?
A notch1 ectodomain construct inhibits endothelial notch signaling, tumor growth, and angiogenesis.Academic Article Why?
A novel interplay between Rap1 and PKA regulates induction of angiogenesis in prostate cancer.Academic Article Why?
Acquired expression of periostin by human breast cancers promotes tumor angiogenesis through up-regulation of vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 2 expression.Academic Article Why?
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