Endothelial heterogeneity and the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: a paradigm for the pathogenesis of vascular disorders

Vascular disorders comprise a wide range of diverse disease entities. Correspondingly, vessels, and even more so the endothelia which line them, show a remarkable extent of heterogeneous differentiation, e.g. between the blood vascular and lymphatic systems, along the length of the vascular trees, and in the microvascular beds of various organs. The most… CONTINUE READING