Circulating Humoral Factors and Endothelial Progenitor Cells in Patients With Differing Coronary Collateral Support

@article{Lambiase2004CirculatingHF,
  title={Circulating Humoral Factors and Endothelial Progenitor Cells in Patients With Differing Coronary Collateral Support},
  author={Pier D. Lambiase and Richard J Edwards and Prodromos L Anthopoulos and Salman Rahman and Y. Gloria Meng and Clifford Bucknall and Simon R. Redwood and Jeremy D. Pearson and Michael S. Marber},
  journal={Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association},
  year={2004},
  volume={109},
  pages={2986-2992}
}
Background—The mechanisms underlying the variation in collateral formation between patients, even with similar patterns of coronary artery disease, remain unclear. This study investigates whether circulating humoral or cellular factors can provide an insight into this variation. Methods and Results—Thirty patients with isolated left anterior descending coronary artery disease underwent percutaneous coronary intervention with collateral flow index (CFI) determined using a pressure wire. Patients… 

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