Published in Cardiovascular Week, May 29th, 2006
Study 1: Patients with angina and coronary occlusion display varying levels of angiogenic growth factor.
"We assessed (1) angiogenic factors in patients with stable angina and longstanding (24 months) total occlusion of a single coronary artery and (2) the relation between plasma levels of angiogenic factors and the development of collateral vessels as evaluated by coronary angiography," investigators in Italy report.
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