Published in Angiogenesis Weekly, March 15th, 2002
In fact, angiogenesis markers can be detected in denervated skeletal muscles long after nerve injury has occurred, signaling muscle atrophy does not automatically preclude neovascularization in affected tissues, the researchers reported in Microvascular Research.
The University of Michigan investigators, headed by E.I. Dedkov, studied hindlimb skeletal muscles 25 months after denervation in several rats. Most of the rats experienced deterioration...
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