The New Angiotherapy

  • Tai-Ping D. Fan
  • Elise C. Kohn

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Concepts

    1. Front Matter
      Pages N1-N1
    2. Robert Auerbach, Wanda Auerbach
      Pages 1-6
    3. Michael S. Pepper, Stefano J. Mandriota, Roberto Montesano
      Pages 7-40
    4. Pamela F. Jones
      Pages 41-50
    5. Amy D. Bradshaw, E. Helene Sage
      Pages 51-66
  3. Angiogenesis in Health and Disease

    1. Front Matter
      Pages N3-N3
    2. Dorothy Rodriguez, Peter C. Brooks
      Pages 67-79
    3. David Andrew Walsh, Tai-Ping D. Fan
      Pages 81-104
    4. Wayne A. Morrison, Geraldine M. Mitchell, Jane E. Barker, Tamara Konopka, Alastair G. Stewart
      Pages 105-113
    5. D. Stephen Charnock-Jones, Yulong He, Stephen K. Smith
      Pages 115-128
    6. Ewa M. Paleolog, Jadwiga M. Miotla
      Pages 129-149
    7. Stephen B. Fox, Adrian L. Harris
      Pages 151-176
  4. Stimulation of Angiogenesis [Therapeutic Angiogenesis]

    1. Front Matter
      Pages N5-N5
    2. David C. West, Tai-Ping D. Fan
      Pages 177-188
    3. Hynda K. Kleinman, Derrick S. Grant, Katherine M. Malinda
      Pages 189-197
    4. Sandor Szabo, Yuen Shing, M. Judah Folkman, Aron Vincze, Zoltan Gombos, Xiaoming Deng et al.
      Pages 199-211
    5. Margaret D. Brown, Olga Hudlická
      Pages 213-248
    6. Jeffrey M. Isner, Takayuki Asahara
      Pages 249-277
    7. Johannes Waltenberger, Vinzenz Hombach
      Pages 279-293
    8. Robert A. Brown, Giorgio Terenghi, Clive D. McFarland
      Pages 295-313
  5. Anti-Angiogenesis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages N9-N9
    2. Peter D. Brown, William G. Stetler-Stevenson
      Pages 315-327
    3. Tsutomu Oikawa
      Pages 329-355
    4. Marco Rusnati, Giovanni Tulipano, Marco Presta
      Pages 357-385
    5. Victor S. Pribluda, Theresa M. LaVallee, Shawn J. Green
      Pages 387-407
  6. Novel Targets

    1. Front Matter
      Pages N11-N11
    2. Laura K. Shawver, Kenneth E. Lipson, T. Annie T. Fong, Gerald McMahon, Laurie M. Strawn
      Pages 409-452
    3. Kelvin K. W. Lau, Roy Bicknell
      Pages 453-473
    4. J. Wilson, David C. West, Philip E. Thorpe
      Pages 475-489
    5. Cliff Murray, Maarten Tas
      Pages 491-498
  7. Angiotherapy in the Clinic

    1. Front Matter
      Pages N17-N17
    2. William W. Li, Vincent W. Li, Dimitris Tsakayannis
      Pages 547-571
    3. Jesus V. Soriano, B. Kim Lee Sim
      Pages 573-595
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 597-609

About this book


Angiogenesis, the development of new blood vessels from an existing vascular bed, is an essential feature in many pathological conditions, including cancer, atherosclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and diabetic neuropathy. Inadequate regulation of angiogenesis can often lead to chronic pressure ulcers, duodenal ulcers, and myocardial infarction. In The New Angiotherapy, an international team of experts critically review the recent progress in both basic and applied research on angiogenesis. Their cutting-edge discussion ranges from the stimulation and repression of angiogenesis to the discovery of novel angiotherapeutic targets and their use in the clinic. Details of fundamental concepts in angiogenesis physiology and pathophysiology are provided, and the potential of angiotherapy in the management of angiogenic disease is evaluated, highlighting some of the angiogenic and antiangiogenic agents both in development and in clinical trials. The future prospects of receptor antagonists, enzyme inhibitors, and vascular targeted approaches, especially gene therapy in the development of angiotherapy, are also covered.
Authoritative and cutting-edge, The New Angiotherapy illuminates our understanding of the central role of human angiogenesis, as well as the novel therapeutic approaches now made possible by our ability to control vascular development.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Tai-Ping D. Fan
    • 1
  • Elise C. Kohn
    • 2
  1. 1.Angiogenesis Laboratory, Department of PharmacologyUniversity of CambridgeCambridgeUK
  2. 2.Molecular Signaling Section, Laboratory of Pathology, National Cancer InstituteNational Institutes of HealthBethesdaUSA

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