Requisite Role of Angiopoietin-1, a Ligand for the TIE2 Receptor, during Embryonic Angiogenesis

@article{Suri1996RequisiteRO,
  title={Requisite Role of Angiopoietin-1, a Ligand for the TIE2 Receptor, during Embryonic Angiogenesis},
  author={Chitra Suri and Pamela F. Jones and Sybill Patan and Sona Bartunkova and Peter C. Maisonpierre and Samuel Davis and Thomas N. Sato and George D. Yancopoulos},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1996},
  volume={87},
  pages={1171-1180}
}

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