Angiogenesis and myogenesis as two facets of inflammatory post-ischemic tissue regeneration

@article{Scholz2003AngiogenesisAM,
  title={Angiogenesis and myogenesis as two facets of inflammatory post-ischemic tissue regeneration},
  author={Dimitri Scholz and Sylvia A Thomas and Sigrun Sass and Thomas Podzuweit},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={246},
  pages={57-67}
}
Ischemia is known to promote angiogenesis, and the molecular mechanisms and growth factors involved have been thoroughly investigated. Less attention has been paid to the cellular interactions between proliferating capillaries, inflammatory cells and muscle tissue. In the present investigation, we examined ischemia-induced cell injury and subsequent spontaneous regeneration in relation to angiogenesis and myogenesis. Balb/C mice were anesthetized, and the right femoral artery was occluded… CONTINUE READING

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