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Macrophage infiltration and angiogenesis in human malignancy.

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It is clear, examining tumour histology, that neoplastic cells exist in a complicated cellular milieu comprising the tumour cells themselves, stroma, vasculature and inflammatory cells. Indeed, cancers have been termed wounds that do not heal because of the contribution of angiogenesis and inflammatory cells to their behaviour. Amongst the stromal cells, the vascular endothelial cells have been extensively investigated in the last decade and the major contribution that angiogenesis has t...

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10.1002/0470856734.ch14

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University of Oxford
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MSD
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NDORMS
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University of Oxford
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MSD
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NDORMS
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Lab Sciences
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University of Oxford
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MSD
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RDM
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Weatherall Insti. of Molecular Medicine
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Publisher:
Wiley Publisher's website
Volume:
256
Pages:
189-269
Host title:
Novartis Foundation symposium
Publication date:
2008-10-01
Acceptance date:
2004-01-23
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EISSN:
1935-4657
ISSN:
1528-2511
Source identifiers:
315957
Language:
English
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2016-03-15

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