Crosstalk of VEGF and Notch pathways in tumour angiogenesis: therapeutic implications.

@article{Li2009CrosstalkOV,
  title={Crosstalk of VEGF and Notch pathways in tumour angiogenesis: therapeutic implications.},
  author={Ji-liang Li and Adrian L. Harris},
  journal={Frontiers in bioscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={3094-110}
}
Angiogenesis is regulated by a number of angiogenic factors through many signalling pathways. The VEGF pathway and Notch signalling are perhaps two of the most important mechanisms in regulation of embryonic vascular development and tumour angiogenesis. Blockade of the VEGF pathway effectively inhibits tumour angiogenesis and growth in preclinical models. The successes in phase III trials have added anti-VEGF agents to standard cancer therapy in several major cancers. A recent flurry of… CONTINUE READING

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