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an·gi·o·gen·ic

(an'jē-ō-jen'ik),
1. Relating to angiogenesis.
2. Of vascular origin.

angiogenic

/an·gio·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik)
1. pertaining to angiogenesis.
2. of vascular origin.

angiogenic

adjective Referring to angiogenesis

angiogenic

adjective Relating to angiogenesis

an·gi·o·gen·ic

(an'jē-ō-jen'ik)
1. Relating to angiogenesis.
2. Of vascular origin.
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Circulating angiogenic and antiangiogenic factors in women with eclampsia.
Those pregnancies defined as high risk, based on levels of angiogenic factors and clinical features, like high blood pressure and certain autoantibodies, had a 94 percent risk of preeclampsia before 34 weeks, delivery before 30 weeks or fetal death, compared to 4.
Banked frozen serum samples were assayed to determine levels of vitamin D (total 25-hydroxyvitamin D) and the angiogenic markers sFlt-1, PlGF, and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF).
In the present study, although siphonaxanthin had a strong inhibitory effect on tube formation in a HUVEC culture model and an ex vivo angiogenic model, it might not through signal transduction by VEGF receptor-2, exerted no significant effect on VEGF-induced HUVEC migration.
Repair is developing a delivery technology based on fibrin; a molecule already approved for clinical use, which provides a scaffold for angiogenic proteins and orchestrates new blood vessel growth.
2002) related the anti-angiogenic activity of curcumin to its role in downregulating the gene expression of VEGF and the angiogenic ligands, ang -1 and -2.
Several angiogenic factors are measurable in the serum of cancer patients, providing possible markers for breast cancer.
Boston Scientific's collaborator for angiogenic gene therapy, Corautus Genetics, has been following an alternate approach for delivering genes to the heart using a "naked" plasmid DNA vector in which the plasmid is mechanically injected from inside the heart chamber(s) outward into the surrounding muscle using multiple injections.
Angiogenic genes transported by a modified version of a common cold virus into the heart muscle
Envisioned as a procedure that could be administered by interventional cardiologists, Ad5FGF-4 involves a one-time administration of an adenoviral gene therapy vector containing the human Fibroblast Growth Factor 4 (FGF4) angiogenic gene delivered into the coronary arteries through a standard catheter.
10) For example, mouse embryos that lack ephrin-B2 and EphB4 exhibit fatal defects in early angiogenic remodeling.
patent application covering a unique, new angiogenic agent, which is designed to produce new blood vessels in the hearts of persons suffering from blockages in their coronary arteries, a process called angiogenesis.