Effects of aging on time course of neovascularization-related gene expression following acute hindlimb ischemia in mice.
- Published Article
Chinese medical journal
- Publication Date
Apr 01, 2011
Our results indicate that a complex array of defects occur with aging that interfere with optimal neovascularization. These include potential impaired mobilization of progenitor cells to ischemic tissue, decreased levels of eNOS and VEGF and delayed responses to ischemia.
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