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Angiogenesis biology and therapeutics

Journal of Angiotherapy

The Journal of Angiotherapy is an international, peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes research articles on all aspects of angiogenesis. Multi-disciplinary,  More +

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Journal of Angiotherapy

Volume 3 Number 1 2019

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Published online 11 May 2019

Anti-GBM potential of Rosmarinic acid and its synthetic derivatives via targeting IL17A mediated angiogenesis pathway

Md Shamsuddin Sultan Khan A,C,E, Mohammad Adnan Iqbal B, Muhammad Asif A, Tabinda Azam B, Majed Al-Mansoub A, Rosenani S. M. A. Haque B, Mohammed Khadeer Ahamed Basheer C, Aman Shah Abdul Majid D, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid A,C,E*

pp. 097-122

Metal salts and base rosmarinates demonstrated potent anti-GBM efficacy as IL17A inhibitor with minimal toxicity.   

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (1 MB) |Supplementary Material | Open Access Article

  

Published online 15 May 2019

Ascorbate blocks acetylcholine- and bradykinin-induced vasodilatation in retinal vascular bed of the bovine isolated perfused eye

Li-xin XU A, Xiao-bo XIA B, Aman Shah Abdul Majid C, Dan Ji B

pp. 123-131

This study provides insight to EDHF-mediated vasomotor response, as well as various eye disorders caused by dysfunctional retinal arteries, like central retinal artery occlusion.

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Published online 24 June 2019

Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of Labeesity® for Weight Management and Fatigue in an Obese Female Patient with Hypothyroidism: A Case Report

Aman Shah Abdul MajidA*, Elham FarsiB, Natesan VijayalakshmiC, Syarifah Aisya Syed AmranD, Mahibub Mahadmadsa KanakalE, Zarina Thasneem ZainudeenF*

pp. 132-137

Labisia pumila extracts based products will require robust studies to be conducted utilizing larger patient numbers and over extended periods of time to rule out any potential toxic effects.

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (769 KB) | Open Access Article

  

Published online 03 November 2019

Extract of Urgenia grandiflora inhibited breast cancer cell (MCF-7) proliferation and tumorgenesity

Ibrahim B. E. El Bashir1,2, Loiy Elsir Ahmed Hassan3, Amin M. S. Abdul Majid4, Sakina Yagi1*

pp. 011-011

U. grandiflora could be a new source of chemotherapeutic for breast cancer.

Abstract | Full Text | Open Access Article

  

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Published online 08 June 2018

Angiogenic Switches Play a Critical Progression in Cancer

Nozlena A Samad a*, Ahmad Bustamam Abdul b, Rasedee Abdullah b, Heshu Rahman b,d,e KZ Khor a, Max Stanley Chartrand  c

The role of angiogenesis in tumor development and operating this very particular switch in controlling tumor.    

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (1 MB) Open Access Article

  

Published online 10 August 2018

Evaluation of antioxidant, antiangiogenic and antitumor properties of Anogeissus leiocarpus against colon cancer

Loiy Elsir Ahmed Hassan a, b*, Foud S. Al-Suade a,  Samah M.Fadul c, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid a

Anogeissus leiocarpus is a traditional medicinal plant, used to treat diarrhea, fever, coughs, rheumatism, leprosy, wounds and skin diseases and psoriasis. This study was aimed to investigate the antiangiogenic and cytotoxic effects of six extracts from Anogeissus leiocarpus (leaves and bark).

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (2 MB) Open Access Article

  

Published online 16 August 2018

Targeting inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase (iNOS) in the prevention of vascular damage and cardiac inflammation in CVD

Nafees Uddin Chowdhurya, Abida Tishab, Juthika Sarkerb, Pulak Dev Nathb, Nowshin Ahmedb, Shahanshah Abdullahb, Tasdik Farooqb, Waich Mahmudb, Md. Mohabbulla Mohibb,c, Md. Abu Taher Sagorb

The molecular mechanism of iNOS that leads to CVD is comprehensively summarized in this review so as to aid in drug discovery strategies for the treatment of CVD.

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (3 MB) Open Access Article

  

Published online 07 January 2019

Modes of Anti-angiogenesis in Chemical Perspectives

Shan Arif a, b, Muhammad Imran a, b, Muhammad Adnan Iqbal a, b

In the current study, role of synthesized chemical pharmacores like Humulus lupulus, Hypericum perforatum, Panax ginseng, Coptis chinensis and Rheum palmatum (Varinska et al., 2010) as anti-angiogenesis has been compiled. 

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (3 MB) Open Access Article

  

Published online 04 February 2019

Ethosomal formulation composed of standardized Orthosiphon stamineus extract and sophorolipid inhibits angiogenesis of melanoma in vivo

Mansoureh Nazari Vishkaei a, Mohamed Khadeer Ahamed Basheer c, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid a,b

SLOS vesicles can be considered for effective dermal therapeutic agent for the treatment of skin cancer.

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (1 MB) Open Access Article

  

Published online 11 May 2019

Anti-GBM potential of Rosmarinic acid and its synthetic derivatives via targeting IL17A mediated angiogenesis pathway

Md Shamsuddin Sultan Khan A,C,E, Mohammad Adnan Iqbal B, Muhammad Asif A, Tabinda Azam B, Majed Al-Mansoub A, Rosenani S. M. A. Haque B, Mohammed Khadeer Ahamed Basheer C, Aman Shah Abdul Majid D, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid A,C,E*

Metal salts and base rosmarinates demonstrated potent anti-GBM efficacy as IL17A inhibitor with minimal toxicity.   

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (1 MB) Open Access Article | Supplementary Material

  


Published online 24 June 2019

Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of Labeesity® for Weight Management and Fatigue in an Obese Female Patient with Hypothyroidism: A Case Report

Aman Shah Abdul MajidA*, Elham FarsiB, Natesan VijayalakshmiC, Syarifah Aisya Syed AmranD, Mahibub Mahadmadsa KanakalE, Zarina Thasneem ZainudeenF*

Labisia pumila extracts based products will require robust studies to be conducted utilizing larger patient numbers and over extended periods of time to rule out any potential toxic effects.

Abstract | Full Text | PDF (769 KB) Open Access Article

  

Published online 03 November 2019

Extract of Urgenia grandiflora inhibited breast cancer cell (MCF-7) proliferation and tumorgenesity

Ibrahim B. E. El Bashir1,2, Loiy Elsir Ahmed Hassan3, Amin M. S. Abdul Majid4, Sakina Yagi1*

U. grandiflora could be a new source of chemotherapeutic for breast cancer.

Abstract | Full Text

  

These articles have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. They are still in production and have not been edited, so may differ from the final published form.

Published online 07 January 2019

Modes of Anti-angiogenesis in Chemical Perspectives

Shan Arif a, b, Muhammad Imran a, b, Muhammad Adnan Iqbal a, b

In the current study, role of synthesized chemical pharmacores like Humulus lupulus, Hypericum perforatum, Panax ginseng, Coptis chinensis and Rheum palmatum (Varinska et al., 2010) as anti-angiogenesis has been compiled. 

Abstract


Published online 04 February 2019

Ethosomal formulation composed of standardized Orthosiphon stamineus extract and sophorolipid inhibits angiogenesis of melanoma in vivo

Mansoureh Nazari Vishkaei a, Mohamed Khadeer Ahamed Basheer c, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid a,b

SLOS vesicles can be considered for effective dermal therapeutic agent for the treatment of skin cancer.

Abstract


Published online 11 May 2019

Anti-GBM potential of Rosmarinic acid and its synthetic derivatives via targeting IL17A mediated angiogenesis pathway

Md Shamsuddin Sultan Khan A,C,E, Mohammad Adnan Iqbal B, Muhammad Asif A, Tabinda Azam B, Majed Al-Mansoub A, Rosenani S. M. A. Haque B, Mohammed Khadeer Ahamed Basheer C, Aman Shah Abdul Majid D, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid A,C,E*

Metal salts and base rosmarinates demonstrated potent anti-GBM efficacy as IL17A inhibitor with minimal toxicity.   

Abstract


Published online 15 May 2019

Ascorbate blocks acetylcholine- and bradykinin-induced vasodilatation in retinal vascular bed of the bovine isolated perfused eye

Li-xin XU A, Xiao-bo XIA B, Aman Shah Abdul Majid C, Dan Ji B

This study provides insight to EDHF-mediated vasomotor response, as well as various eye disorders caused by dysfunctional retinal arteries, like central retinal artery occlusion.

Abstract


Published online 24 June 2019

Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of Labeesity® for Weight Management and Fatigue in an Obese Female Patient with Hypothyroidism: A Case Report

Aman Shah Abdul MajidA*, Elham FarsiB, Natesan VijayalakshmiC, Syarifah Aisya Syed AmranD, Mahibub Mahadmadsa KanakalE, Zarina Thasneem ZainudeenF*

Labisia pumila extracts based products will require robust studies to be conducted utilizing larger patient numbers and over extended periods of time to rule out any potential toxic effects.

Abstract


Published online 03 November 2019

Extract of Urgenia grandiflora inhibited breast cancer cell (MCF-7) proliferation and tumorgenesity

Ibrahim B. E. El Bashir1,2, Loiy Elsir Ahmed Hassan3, Amin M. S. Abdul Majid4, Sakina Yagi1*

U. grandiflora could be a new source of chemotherapeutic for breast cancer.

Abstract


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