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Angiogenesis biology and therapeutics

Journal of Angiotherapy

Volume 1 Number 1 2017

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Published online 16 April 2019

Angiogenesis and its potential role in the growth and proliferation of pathogens

Brownyn Lok a, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid a, b*, Aman Shah Abdul Majid c

pp. 001-011

Angiogenesis is an important physiological process by which new blood vessels form from pre-existing vessels. Hence, targeting angiogenesis may have a potential therapeutic value in treating or managing pathogen infection.

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Published online 10 May 2017

Anti-angiogenesis as a possible mechanism of action for anti-tumor (potential anti-cancer) activity of Crinum asiaticum leaf methanol extract

Sa’adiah Mohd. Yusoff  a*, Mohd Zaini Asmawi a, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid a, b, Mohamed Khadeer A. Basheer c, Shazmin  Kithur Mohamed a, Muhammad Asif a, Seyedeh Fatemeh Jafari a, Hussein Mahfoudh Baharetha a, d

pp. 012-017

Crinum asiaticum is used traditionally to treat inflammations and tumours. The aim of this work is to ascertain the scientific viability of its use in traditional medicine as an anti-tumour (potential anti-cancer) agent.

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Published online 10 May 2017

Microbubbles and electromagnetic waves for the treatment of angiogenesis-dependent human ailments

Pegah Moradi

pp. 018-021

Targeted ultrasound appears practical for the longitudinal molecular profiling of tumor angiogenesis and for the sensitive evaluation of therapy effects in vivo.  

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Published online 10 May 2017

Role of angiogenesis on uterine fibroids therapy: Review

Mahfoudh AL-Musali Mohammed Abdulghani

pp. 022-026

Advance research into developing experimental model to study uterine fibroid will aid in better understanding this disease.

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Published online 10 May 2017

The use of sophorolipids as anti-angiogenic therapy for cancer treatment

Shazmin Kithur Mohamed

pp. 027-029

Sophorolipids are of growing commercial interest because they can be easily produced in extreme1y high yields from cheap raw materials, such as vegetable oils, n-alkanes and industrial waste products.

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Published online 10 May 2017

Why Interleukin 17A is the most potential next-generation drug target in angiogenesis-mediated diseases

Md Shamsuddin Sultan Khan

pp. 030-032

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Published online 10 May 2017

Programmable DNA binding oligomers for control of transpcription in angiogenesis

Sarah Furkan

pp. 033-035

Small molecules that can be programmed to mimic transcription factors could be useful tools in biology and potentially in human medicine as they could bind a large repertoire of DNA sequences in the human genome.

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Published online 10 May 2017

An insight into chronic kidney diseas (CKD) through an unbalanced angiogenesis

Elham Farsi

pp. 036-038

Although findings about the biological role of angiogenesis factors in CKD are relatively limited, therapeutic effects have been reported for angiogenesis factors in experimental diabetic nephropathy models. 

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Published online 10 May 2017

Undertsanding cancer for non-technical pupils

Norliyana Amran

pp. 039-040

Cancer develops following a number of genetic mutations that cause functional alterations in oncogenes, tumor-suppressor genes and microRNA genes.

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Published online 10 May 2017

A critical disease approach of angiogenesis in obese patients

Suzana Binte Hashim

pp. 041-043

obesity has a strong association with several metabolic disorders such as the type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which affect over 50% of an adult population

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Published online 10 May 2017

Tumor angiogenesis and its current treatment: a short review

Dhamraa Waleed Ahmed

pp. 044-047

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