Published in Genetics and Environmental Business Week, February 2nd, 2006
"Growth of solid tumor metastases is critically dependent on angiogenesis. We hypothesized that an angiogenic-rich milieu, as in pneumonectomy-induced lung growth, would be conducive to growth of pulmonary metastases, and that transfer of an antiangio-genic gene would suppress tumor growth," wrote M. Mae and colleagues, Cornell University.
"Two weeks after left pneumonectomy in BALB/c mice, right lung mass increased 1.5-fold compared with controls (p<.0001). Our...
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