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Author Salajegheh, Ali, author

Title Angiogenesis in health, disease and malignancy / Ali Salajegheh
Published Switzerland : Springer, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 423 pages)
Contents Chapter 1: Introduction to Angiogenesis in Normal Physiology, Disease and Malignancy; 1.1 Introduction to Angiogenesis; 1.2 Angiogenesis in Normal Physiology; 1.3 Angiogenesis in Disease; 1.4 Angiogenesis in Malignancy; References; Chapter 2: Adenosine Triphosphate-Binding Cassette (ABC) Lipid Transporters; 2.1 ABC Lipid Transporter; 2.2 ABC Lipid Transporter in Normal Physiology; 2.2.1 ABCA1; 2.2.2 ABCG1; 2.3 ABC Lipid Transporters in Disease and Malignancy; References; Chapter 3: Angiogenin; 3.1 Angiogenin; 3.2 Angiogenin in Normal Physiology; 3.3 Angiogenin in Disease
12.2 Epidermal Growth Factor in Normal Physiology12.3 Epidermal Growth Factor in Disease and Malignancy; References; Chapter 13: Epidermal Growth Factor Domain-Like 7 (EGFL7); 13.1 Epidermal Growth Factor Domain-Like 7 (EGFL7); 13.2 Epidermal Growth Factor Domain-Like 7 in Normal Physiology; 13.3 Epidermal Growth Factor Domain-Like 7 in Disease and Malignancy; References; Chapter 14: Erythropoietin-Producing Hepatocellular Receptors A: Ephrin A1, Ephrin A2 and Ephrin A3; 14.1 Erythropoietin-Producing Hepatocellular Receptors, or Eph Receptors; 14.2 Ephrin-A1
3.4 Angiogenin in MalignancyReferences; Chapter 4: Angiopoietins; 4.1 Angiopoietins; 4.2 Angiopoietins in Normal Physiology; 4.3 Angiopoietins in Disease; 4.4 Angiopoietins in Malignancy; References; Chapter 5: Angiotropin; 5.1 Angiotropin; 5.2 Angiotropin in Normal Physiology; 5.3 Angiotropin in Disease and Malignancy; References; Chapter 6: C-KIT: Tyrosine Kinase Receptors with Potential to Initiate Angiogenesis; 6.1 C-KIT: Tyrosine Kinase Receptors with Potential to Initiate Angiogenesis; 6.2 C-KIT in Normal Physiology; 6.3 C-KIT in Disease; 6.4 C-KIT in Malignancy; References
9.2 Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF) in Normal Physiology9.3 Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF) in Disease; 9.4 Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF) in Malignancy; References; Chapter 10: COX 10; 10.1 COX 10; 10.2 COX 10 in Normal Physiology; 10.3 COX 10 in Disease; 10.4 COX 10 in Malignancy; References; Chapter 11: Cysteine-Rich 61 (CYR61); 11.1 Cysteine-Rich 61; 11.2 Cysteine-Rich 61 in Normal Physiology; 11.3 Cysteine-Rich 61 in Disease and Malignancy; References; Chapter 12: Epidermal Growth Factor; 12.1 Epidermal Growth Factor
Chapter 7: Cyclin D1 and E17.1 Cyclin D1 and Cyclin E1; 7.2 Cyclin D1 and Cyclin E1 in Normal Physiology; 7.3 Cyclin D1 in Disease; 7.4 Cyclin E1 in Malignancy; References; Chapter 8: Cluster of Differentiation 71 (CD71); 8.1 Cluster of Differentiation 71 (Cd71) - An Iron Transferrin Receptor Protein; 8.2 Cluster of Differentiation 71 (Cd71) in Normal Physiology; 8.3 Cluster of Differentiation 71 (Cd71) in Disease and Malignancy; References; Chapter 9: Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF); 9.1 CTGF (Connective Tissue Growth Factor)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed March 16, 2016)
Subject Neovascularization.
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ISBN 3319281402 (electronic bk)
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