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Research Directions in Tumor Angiogenesis

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Research Directions in Tumor Angiogenesis
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535109631
Number of pages: 289

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Angiogenesis is an extension process of the cardiovascular network within human body. It is usually triggered by the demand of oxygen and nutrients from the fast growing tissue and uncontrollably dividing cells, as seen during wound healing and tumor progression.

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