Sonia Espinosa

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Angiogenesis during reactive and pathologic processes is characteristically associated with inflammation. Inflammatory cells participate in angiogenesis by secreting different molecules that affect endothelial cell functions. We had previously shown that induced tissue factor (TF) expression in activated microvascular endothelial cells (mEC) is able to(More)
Tissue factor (TF) has well-recognized roles as initiator of blood coagulation as well as an intracellular signaling receptor. TF signaling regulates gene transcription and protein translation. Recently, we have shown that TF-induced mature neovessel formation is ultimately driven by CCL2 expression. However, the signaling process induced by TF to promote(More)
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