Angiogenic effects of macrophages isolated from ascitic fluid aspirated from women with advanced ovarian cancer.

Abstract

The cellular components of ascitic fluid aspirated from the peritoneal cavity of women with advanced ovarian cancer were separated on a Ficoll gradient. Isolated macrophages, which were further purified, elaborated a growth factor which was mitogenic for human endothelial cells isolated from umbilical veins, arteries and the omental microvasculature in… (More)

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