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2014

V2a Kit - From Vasculogenesis to Angiogenesis

BPC 157 and blood vessels.
Authors

Seiwerth, Sven, et al.

Journal

Current Pharmaceutical Design 20.7 (2014): 1121-1125.

Effects of BPC 157 on blood vessels after various types of damage and the different aspects of vascular response. BPC was found to be a potent angiomodulatory agent acting through different vasoactive pathways and systems. The V2a Kit: Vasculogenesis to Angiogenesis was used to investigate the angiogenic effect of BPC 157 both with and without VEGF and Suramin.

In vivo and in vitro properties of STX2484: a novel non-steroidal anti-cancer compound active in taxane-resistant breast cancer.
Authors

Stengel, C., et al.

Journal

British Journal Of Cancer 111.2 (2014): 300-308.

STZ2484 is a novel non-steroidal compound with potent anti-proliferative activity. V2a Kit: Vasculogenesis to Angiogenesis was used to investigate the effect of STX2484 on in vitro vessel formation.

Shed syndecan-2 inhibits angiogenesis.
Authors

De Rossi, Giulia, et al.

Journal

Journal Of Cell Science 127.21 (2014): 4788-4799.

Results demonstrate that shed syndecan-2 regulates angiogenesis by inhibiting endothelial cell migration in human and rat models; and reduces tumour growth. The V2a Kit: Vasculogenesis to Angiogenesis was used to investigate the effect of S2ED in vitro.

Soluble VEGF receptor-1 improves therapeutic efficacy of suicide gene therapy in an angiogenesis independent manner.
Authors

Samaranayake, Haritha D., et al.

Journal

Human Gene Therapy Ja (2014).

Demonstration of the feasibility of combining adenovirus-mediated soluble vascular endothelial growth factor-1 anti-angiogenic gene therapy with AdHSv-tk/GVC suicide gene therapy to treat experimental malignant gliomas. The functionality of Ads VEGFR-1 was tested using the V2a Kit: Vasculogenesis to Angiogenesis.

AngioSys - Angiogenesis Image Analysis Software

Comparison of two in vitro angiogenesis assays for evaluating the effects of netrin-1 on tube formation.
Authors

Guo, Hui, et al.

Journal

Acta Biochimica Et Biophysica Sinica(2014):

Co-cultured HUVEC

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