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an·gi·o·gen·ic

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

adjective Referring to angiogenesis
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angiogenic

adjective Relating to angiogenesis
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an·gi·o·gen·ic

(an'jē-ō-jen'ik)
1. Relating to angiogenesis.
2. Of vascular origin.
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The generation of new blood vessels in tumors is dependent on the equilibrium between angiogenic and anti-angiogenic factors in the environment.
The reliability of angiogenic proteins to discriminate between different types of pregnancy-related hypertensive disorders (34), chronic kidney disease (24,35), severe pregnancy complications (36) and future cardiovascular disorders (CVD) is widely reported (37).
There were spatial differences in staining for VEGF throughout the pulps of immature and mature teeth, and angiogenic activity was present in the apical papilla (Figs.
Mice with the angiogenic imbalance characteristic of preeclampsia that received this statin have shown a reversal of the imbalance, as well as reduced blood pressure, increased levels of nitric oxide synthase production, decreased oxidative stress, improved vascular reactivity, decreased kidney damage and proteinuria, and other positive effects.
[Potential role of the angiogenic factor "EG-VEGF" in gestational trophoblastic diseases].
PAD would, therefore, affect capillary modelling and circulating levels of angiogenic growth factors [15,16].
A positive control VEGF, which is a potent angiogenic inducer, and a negative control DMSO were also tested simultaneously at 1,000 ppm to compare the angiogenic activity of the synthesized compound.
To improve the understanding of all the concepts of the work, we first present a brief synopsis of the angiogenic process.
Recently, the angiogenic potential of DPSCs via secretory angiogenic factors has been established [3, 22-24].
Oxidized LDLs (oxLDLs) exhibit a dual dose-dependent angiogenic effect, since low oxLDL concentrations are angiogenic, while higher concentrations are not angiogenic and are rather cytotoxic [31-35].
The regulation of these events is due to the net balance between angiogenic and antiangiogenic factors [6].