Evidence for a non-steroidal angiotropic factor from the primate corpus luteum: stimulation of endothelial cell migration in vitro.


After luteal cells from 7 midluteal phase cynomolgus monkeys were cultured for 72 h, luteal conditioned media were found to contain angiotropic activity that stimulated endothelial cell migration in vitro, using a 48-microwell chemotaxis assembly. The number of endothelial cells that migrated through 8 micron-pore polycarbonate membranes in 2 h was three… (More)


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