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Angiogenesis

Models, Modulators, and Clinical Applications

  • Michael E. Maragoudakis

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 298)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Introductory Comments

    1. Michael E. Maragoudakis
      Pages 1-4
  3. Models and Methods for Assessing Angiogenesis

  4. Angiogenic Factors and Their Receptors

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 91-91
    2. Jeffrey J. Gibson, Thomas K. Hunt, John J. Feng, Mark D. Rollins, Ahmad Y. Sheikh, M. Zamirul Hussain
      Pages 93-98
    3. Anna Gualandris, Patrizia Dell’Era, Marco Rusnati, Roberta Giuliani, Elena Tanghetti, Maria Pia Molinari-Tosatti et al.
      Pages 99-112
    4. James D. Winkler, Michael P. Seed, Jeffrey R. Jackson
      Pages 113-120
    5. Luisa A. DiPietro, Nicholas N. Nissen
      Pages 121-128
    6. John J. Feng, Q. Perveen Ghani, Gabriel Ledger, Rahmat Barkhordar, Thomas K. Hunt, M. Zamirul Hussain
      Pages 129-135
    7. Katherine M. Malinda, Allan L. Goldstein, Derrick S. Grant, Hynda K. Kleinman
      Pages 157-163
    8. K. Ravi Acharya, Demetres D. Leonidas, Anastassios C. Papageorgiou, Nello Russo, Robert Shapiro
      Pages 165-178
  5. Role of Cell Adhesion Molecules and Extracellular Matrix in Angiogenesis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 185-185
    2. Pilar Navarro, Maria Grazia Lampugnani, Elisabetta Dejana
      Pages 187-201
    3. Jean Claude Monboisse, Georges Bellon, Roselyne Garnotel, Abdelilah Fawzi, Nobuko Ohno, Nicholas A. Kefalides et al.
      Pages 203-211
    4. Hua-Tang Zhang, Rangana Choudhuri, Prudence AE Scott, Lyna Zhang, Marina Ziche, Lucia Morbidelli et al.
      Pages 213-221
  6. Role of Thrombosis and Fibrinolysis in Angiogenesis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 223-223
    2. Michael E. Maragoudakis, Nikos E. Tsopanoglou, Eva Pipili-Synetos
      Pages 225-232
    3. W. Douglas Thompson, Chris M. Stirk, Andrew J. Keating, Allyson Reid, Elspeth B. Smith, W. T. Melvin
      Pages 233-240
    4. Pieter Koolwijk, Roeland Hanemaaijer, Victor W. M. van Hinsbergh
      Pages 241-261
    5. Chryso Kanthou, Vijay Vir Kakkar, Omar Benzakour
      Pages 263-282
  7. Regulation of Angiogenesis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 283-283
    2. Roberto F. Nicosia
      Pages 285-296
    3. Marina Ziche
      Pages 297-306
    4. Eva Pipili-Synetos, Michael E. Maragoudakis
      Pages 307-319
    5. David BenEzra, Shai Yarkoni, Genia Maftzir, Haya Loberboum-Galski
      Pages 349-353
    6. R. Wesley Rose, Richard C. Morrison, Michael G. Magno, John Mannion, Hynda K. Kleinman, Derrick S. Grant
      Pages 355-365
    7. Bruce Sundstrom, Kala Venkitesnaran, Periasamy Selvaraj, Demetrios Sgoutas
      Pages 367-375
    8. Zahra Ziaie, Jean-Claude Monboisse, Abdelilah Fawzi, Georges Bellon, Jacques P. Borel, Nicholas A. Kefalides
      Pages 377-386
  8. Human Pathology and Clinical Developments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 387-387
    2. Michael Höckel, Karlheinz Schlenger, Billur Aral, Uwe Schäffer, Wolfgang Weikel
      Pages 407-414
    3. Eliot M. Rosen, Katrin Lamszus, John Laterra, Peter J. Polverini, Jeffrey S. Rubin, Itzhak D. Goldberg
      Pages 415-426
  9. Clinical Applications

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 427-427
    2. M. A. Konerding, E. Fait, A. Gaumann, Ch. Dimitropoulou, W. Malkusch
      Pages 429-447
    3. Michal Neeman, Gila Meir, Catherine Tempel, Yael Schiffenbauer, Rinat Abramovitch
      Pages 459-473

About this book

Introduction

Interest in angiogenesis research remains strong in recent years and exciting new discoveries, about modulators of angiogenesis, their receptors, the transduction mechanisms and the angiogenic genes involved, have contributed to our present day understanding of this complex process. This knowledge has provided the basis and broadened the scope of angiogenesis - based therapy in oncology and many other clinical conditions. This monograph contains the contributions to the NATO Advanced Study Institute on "Angiogenesis: Models, Modulators and Clinical Applications", which was held in Rhodes, Greece, from June 20-30, 1997. This was the fourth of a series of NATO supported international meetings on Angiogenesis aiming to bring together basic scientists with clinicians to exchange ideas, disseminate new knowledge and discuss the present status and potential new directions in this fast moving area of biomedical research. The International Organising Committee that included Drs. E. Dejana, C Haudenschild, M. Hackel, H. Kleinman, P. Lelkes, M. Presta, P. Polverini, D. Thompson, has provided invaluable help with their insightful suggestions in the formulation of the scientific program for which I am grateful. I wish to thank all the participants for their enthusiastic participation and their complimentary comments on the success of the conference.

Keywords

angiogenesis cancer cell endothelium pathology research skeletal muscle tumor

Editors and affiliations

  • Michael E. Maragoudakis
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Patras Medical SchoolPatrasGreece

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