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Angiogenesis activator directly promotes tumor cell growth

  September, 26 2001 6:07
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Angiogenesis activator directly promotes tumor cell growth

A key protein in the growth and survival of new blood vessels—a process called angiogenesis—can also directly promote the growth and survival of malignant tumor cells, according to research done by scientists at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California.
NIH/National Institutes of Health, Lynne Cohen Foundation and the University of California

Jon Weiner
University of Southern California

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