tumor angiogenic factor

(redirected from tumour angiogenic factor)

tu·mor an·gi·o·gen·ic fac·tor (TAF),

a substance released by solid tumors that induces formation of new blood vessels to supply the tumor.

tu·mor an·gi·o·gen·ic fac·tor

(TAF) (tū'mŏr an'jē-ō-jen'ik fak'tŏr)
A substance released by a solid tumor that induces formation of new blood vessels to supply the tumor.
Synonym(s): tumour angiogenic factor.
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