Heart Development, Angiogenesis, and Blood-Brain Barrier Function Is Modulated by Adhesion GPCRs.

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The cardiovascular system in adult organisms forms a network of interconnected endothelial cells, supported by mural cells and displaying a high degree of hierarchy: arteries emerging from the heart ramify into arterioles and then capillaries, which return to the venous systems through venules and veins. The cardiovascular system allows blood circulation… (More)

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@article{Musa2016HeartDA, title={Heart Development, Angiogenesis, and Blood-Brain Barrier Function Is Modulated by Adhesion GPCRs.}, author={Gentian Musa and Felix B. Engel and Colin Niaudet}, journal={Handbook of experimental pharmacology}, year={2016}, volume={234}, pages={351-368} }