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  • adj. That is caused by a disorder of blood vessels

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  • Conclusions In a murine model, dexamethasone inhibited the vasculogenic potential of stem cells derived from human infantile hemangioma.

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  • We tested hemangioma-derived stem cells for vasculogenic activity in vivo after implantation into immune-deficient (nude) mice.

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  • Importantly, disrupting the SDF-1/CXCR4 interaction prevented the recruitment of vasculogenic cells to the tumor site and thereby blocked postirradiation development of functional tumor vasculature, resulting in abrogation of tumor regrowth.

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  • To define vasculogenic developmental pathways and enhance differentiation, we used an endothelial cell-specific VE-cadherin promoter driving green fluorescent protein (GFP) (hVPr-GFP) to screen for factors that promote vascular commitment.

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  • PEDF knockdown in poorly aggressive melanoma cell lines augmented migration, invasion and vasculogenic mimicry, which translated into an increased in vivo metastatic potential.

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  • Researchers from Israel have reported promising preliminary results from using low-intensity shock wave therapy to help treat vasculogenic erectile dysfunction (ED).

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  • : The tumor volume (P = 0.019) and the number of vasculogenic mimicry (P = 0.03) and mosaic vessels (P = 0.004) in the treatment group were significantly decreased compared with the control group.

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  • : Thalidomide inhibits vasculogenic mimicry channel and mosaic vessels formation in melanoma through the regulation of vasculogenic factors, and it can induce necrosis of melanoma cells, which may be related with the NF-kappaB signaling pathway.

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  • /endothelial markers also disclosed osteogenic and vasculogenic plasticity of the transplanted hMADS cells at the early stage of fracture healing.

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