Therapeutic Neovascularization - Quo vadis? by Elisabeth DeindlTherapeutic Neovascularization - Quo vadis? by Elisabeth Deindl

Therapeutic Neovascularization - Quo vadis?

EditorElisabeth Deindl, Christian Kupatt

Paperback | October 19, 2010

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This collection of current and future concepts of neovascularization offers fascinating insights into refining a powerful therapeutic tool which has not yet had the chance to live up to the expectations and needs of the medical community. It examines current refinements in the fundamental concept of neovascularization and describes the most recent developments, which in the future might pave the way towards a new era of therapeutic applications.
Title:Therapeutic Neovascularization - Quo vadis?Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048174880

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Table of Contents

Part 1: The clinical challengeChapter 1: Clinical vascular growth factor therapy for neovascularization in patients with coronary artery disease by Jens KastrupChapter 2: The strengths and weaknesses of VEGF adenovirus-driven angiogenesis by Petra Korpisalo, Tuomas Rissanen, Seppo Ylä-HerttualaChapter 3: Angiogenesis and arteriogenesis in diabetes mellitus: Signal transduction defects as the molecular basis of vascular cell dysfunction by Vadim Tchaikovski, Johannes WaltenbergerChapter 4: Endothelial activation and enointimal hyperplasia: A double edged sword by Rohit Khurana, Michael SimonsPart 2: Novel mechanical and molecular concepts Chapter 5: Pampering and priming the heart by Mark Post, Roberte Cornelussen and Fritz PrinzenChapter 6: Coronary venous retroinfusion: a novel venue of regional induction of neovascularization by Peter Boekstegers and Christian KupattChapter 7: Integrative Pro-angiogenic Activation: HIF-1a by Karen Vincent and Ralph KellyChapter 8: The maturation of vessels - a limitation to forced neovascularization? by Andrea Banfi, Philipp Fueglistaler and Roberto Gianni-BarreraChapter 9: Vascular and neuronal development: intersecting parallelisms and crossroads by Serena Zacchigna, Carmen Ruiz de Almodovar, Peggy Lafuste and Peter CarmelietChapter 10: Cathelicidin antimicrobial peptides modulate angiogenesis by Rembert Koczulla and Robert BalsPart 3: Cell therapy as an optionChapter 11: The biology of embryonic and adult endothelial progenitor cells by Mathias Lamparter and Antonis HatzopoulosChapter 12: Signaling behind progenitor cell mobilization: focus on eNOS and caveolin by Olivier FeronChapter 13: The role of monocytes/macrophages and vascular resident precursor cells in collateral growth by Wulf Ito