A unique microvascular phenotype shared by juvenile hemangiomas and human placenta.

@article{North2001AUM,
  title={A unique microvascular phenotype shared by juvenile hemangiomas and human placenta.},
  author={Paula E. North and Milton Waner and Adam Milton Mizeracki and Robert E. Mrak and Richard Nicholas and Jay M Kincannon and James Y. Suen and MartinC. Mihm},
  journal={Archives of dermatology},
  year={2001},
  volume={137 5},
  pages={
          559-70
        }
}
BACKGROUND Juvenile hemangiomas are common, benign tumors, distinctive for their perinatal presentation, rapid growth during the first year of life, and subsequent involution. We recently reported that endothelia of hemangiomas highly express GLUT1, a glucose transporter normally restricted to endothelia with blood-tissue barrier function, as in brain and placenta. OBJECTIVE To investigate possible further similarities between hemangioma and placental vessels. DESIGN In a retrospective… CONTINUE READING

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