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Cancer Angiogenesis

    Angiogenesis Antibodies

    Introduction of Angiogenesis

    Angiogenesis, the physiological process through which new blood vessels form from pre-existing vessels, play an essential role in supplying nutrients, oxygen and immune cells to the new vascular network. Angiogenesis is critical in the development of cancer, since the proliferation and metastatic spread of cancer cells is aided by new growth in the vascular network. Angiogenesis is regulated by both activator and inhibitor molecules, where angiogenic activators have been found to play an important part in the growth and spread of tumors.

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    NOTCH1 antibody - middle region (ARP39295_P050) in Human 293T cells using Western Blot KDR antibody - N-terminal region (AVARP20010_P050) in Human cells using Immunohistochemistry KDR (Phospho-Tyr1214) Antibody (OAAF00394) in HepG2 cells using Western Blot

    Sample Type: Human 293T

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    Sample Type: Human Placenta

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    Sample Type: HepG2

    KDR Antibody (Phospho-Tyr1214) (OAAF00394) in Human HepG2 cells using western blot, click here