Special Issue "Tumour Angiogenesis"
A special issue of Cancers (ISSN 2072-6694).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2013)
Tumor angiogenesis is critical for both tumor progression and metastasis. Hence targeting tumor angiogenesis as a therapeutic anticancer approach has been actively pursued for many years. Despite the initial success in animal tumor models and some degree of effectiveness in prolonging the survival of human cancer patients, limitations of efficacy plus inherent as well as acquired resistance in human cancers still plague this therapeutic approach. Hence, further understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms of tumor angiogenesis are essential for the advancement of effective antiangiogenic therapy. This special issue will focus on new advancement in the biology and drug targeting of tumor angiogenesis.
We are looking forward to your contributions.
Dr. Ruowen Ge
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- tumor angiogenesis regulator
- tumor vasculogenesis
- signaling pathways
- antiangiogenic drug resistance
- pericytes and vessel structure
- vessel integrity
- vascular permeability
- endothelial cell junctions
- tumor microenvironment
- tumor angiogenesis markers