vasculogenic

vasculogenic

/vas·cu·lo·gen·ic/ (vas″ku-lo-jen´ik) angiogenic (1).
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These include transplanting CD34+ cells, known to be both vasculogenic and osteogenic, after G-CSF mobilization.
Auto-Injection of the Corpus Cavernosum with a Vasoactive Drug Combination for Vasculogenic Impotence.
A quantitative, longitudinal descriptive study was carried out involving individuals of both sexes, over 18 years of age, who had chronic wounds of vasculogenic etiology, VU and/or DF, at any stage of cicatrization, in the chronic phase of the wound, attending the care services of a Brazilian municipality; were excluded from the study, patients who were not carriers of vasculogenic wounds or who were not in the chronic phase.
The Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) family are potent angiogenic and vasculogenic growth factors.
Ageassociated vasculogenic and neurogenic changes are the primary causes for ED (Malavige et al.
Aberrant expression of CD133 in non-small cell lung cancer and its relationship to vasculogenic mimicry.
Histologic, immunologic and ultrastructural description of vasculogenic mimicry in canine mammary cancer.
Rapamycin suppresses self-renewal and vasculogenic potential of stem cells isolated from infantile hemangioma.
Background: This study investigated the correlation between epicardial adipose tissue (EAT), a measure of central obesity, and sexual function in males with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction (ED).
In this case, a PEG-PLA-based nano drug delivery system was developed and surface modified with CK peptide, which was composed of a human sonic hedgehog (SHH) targeting peptide (CVNHPAFAC) and a KDR targeting peptide (K237) through a GYG linker, for facilitating efficient vasculogenic mimicry (VM) channels, tumour neovasculature, and glioma cells multi-targeting delivery of paclitaxel.
Tauroursodeoxycholic acid, a bile acid, promotes blood vessel repair by recruiting vasculogenic progenitor cells," Stem Cells, vol.