Published in Blood Weekly, December 6th, 2001
The ability to grow new blood vessels in a controlled fashion could lead to better treatments for coronary artery disease, to speed wound healing, or to help diabetic patients who are suffering from peripheral vascular disease.
"This new approach allows us to deliver a controlled dose of growth factors to a specific tissue," said David J. Mooney, a professor of biologic and materials science in U-M's College of...
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