Androgen dependent mechanisms of pro-angiogenic networks in placental and tumor development.

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The placenta and tumors share important characteristics, including a requirement to establish effective angiogenesis. In the case of the placenta, optimal angiogenesis is required to sustain the blood flow required to maintain a successful pregnancy, whereas in tumors establishing new blood supplies is considered a key step in supporting metastases… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.placenta.2017.02.018

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@article{Metzler2017AndrogenDM, title={Androgen dependent mechanisms of pro-angiogenic networks in placental and tumor development.}, author={Veronika Maria Metzler and Simone de Brot and Robert C. Robinson and Jennie N. Jeyapalan and Emad A Rakha and Thomas J. Walton and David S Gardner and Emma F Lund and Jonathan B Whitchurch and Daisy Haigh and Jack M Lochray and Brian Robinson and Cinzia Allegrucci and Rupert George Fray and Jenny Persson and Niels \Odum and Regina R. Miftakhova and Albert A Rizvanov and Ieuan A Hughes and Rieko Tadokoro-Cuccaro and David M. Heery and Catrin Sian Rutland and Nigel P Mongan}, journal={Placenta}, year={2017}, volume={56}, pages={79-85} }