Angiogenesis

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Subject: Angiogenesis
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 1998 16:06:28 -0500 (EST)

Angiogenesis

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ISSN: 0969-6970

Rapid Science Publishers are delighted to announce the forthcoming launch
of Angiogenesis, an innovative journal with a strong international
Editorial Board. The Journal will be published bimonthly with six issues
per year. It will emphasise the need to encourage active research towards
the development of practical therapies against angiogenic diseases.

Angiogenesis will be devoted to the rapid publication in both print form
and on the World-Wide-Web, of experimental and clinically-orientated
research focusing on the following areas:

* the role of angiogenesis in tumour biology, wound healing and
chronic inflammation and its importance in cardiology,
opthalmology and other diseases. These will include tumour
progression and metastasis, arthritis, psoriasis, atherosclerosis,
myocardial infarction, diabetic retinopathy,
macular degeneration, hemangioma and Kaposi's sarcoma

* mechanisms controlling angiogenesis under physiological (eg.
endometrial angiogenesis) and pathological conditions (eg.
atherosclerosis and cancer)

* endogenous endothelial growth factors, angiogenesis inhibitors,
cellular adhesion molecules and extracellular matrix in
angiogenesis cascade

* the clinical development of potential drugs, antibodies and gene
therapy to control angiogenic pathways

* development of new markers and techniques for the assessment of
angiogenic activity of potential prognostic and predictive value
of tumour prognosis and response to antiangiogenic agents

Contents Vol. 1, Issue 1

Foreword: John Vane, PP. 0003

Welcome message: Robert Auerbach, PP. 0004-0005

Welcome message: Judah Folkman, PP. 0006

Welcome message: Pietro Gullino, PP. 0007-0008

>From the Editor's Desk: Tai-Ping Fan, PP. 0009-0010

Angiopoietins: Roy Bicknell, PP. 0015

Commentary on heparin-like glycosaminoglycans: Edward Conrad, PP.
0016-0019

The Italian 'Special Project on Angiogenesis': Marina Ziche, Marco Presta,
PP. 0020-0021

French Angiogenesis Research Network: Andreas Bikfalvi, PP. 0022

New anti-angiogenesis agents: review of the clinical experience with
carboxyamido-triazole (CAI), thalidomide, TNP-470 and interleukin-12:
Laura Masiero, William D. Figg, Elise C. Kohn, PP. 0023-0035

Clinical trials of anti-vascular agent group B Streptococcus toxin
(CM101): Adrian L. Harris, PP. 0036-0037

Tied up (or down?) with angiopoietins: Pamela F. Jones, PP. 0038-0044

On the regulation of fibroblast growth factor activity by heparin-like
glycosaminoglycans: Ram Sasisekharan, Steffen Ernst, Ganesh Venkataraman,
PP. 0045-0054

Novel forms of acidic fibroblast growth factor-1 are constitutively
exported by β tumor cell lines independent from conventional
secretion and apoptosis: Gerhard Christofori, Susanne Luef, PP. 0055-0070

Co-determination of the angiogenic factors thymidine phosphorylase and
vascular endothelial growth factor in node-negative breast cancer:
prognostic implications: Masakazu Toi, Massimo Gion, Elia Biganzoli,
Ruggero Dittadi, Patrizia Boracchi, Rosalba Miceli, Salvatore Meli,
Kazushige Mori, Takeshi Tominaga, Giampietro Gasparini, PP. 0071-0083

A molecular and genetic analysis of renalglomerular capillary development:
Siobhan Loughna, Patricia Hardman, Ellie Landels, Lotta Jussila, Kari
Alitalo, Adrian S Woolf, PP. 0084-0101

Endothelial cells overexpressing basic fibroblast growth factor (FGF-2)
induce vascular tumors in immunodeficient mice: Francesco Sola, Anna
Gualandris, Mirella Belleri, Roberta Giuliani, Daniela Coltrini, Maria
Bastaki, Maria Pia Molinari Tosatti, Fabrizio Bonardi, Annunciata Vecchi,
Francesca Fioretti, Marina Ciomei, Maria Grandi, Alberto Mantovani, Marco
Presta, PP. 0102-0116

Distinct capillary density and progression promoted by vascular
endothelial growth factor-A homodimers and heterodimers: Lucia Morbidelli,
Ralf Birkenhaeger, Wolfgang Roeckl, Harris J. Granger, Uwe Kaerst, Herbert
A. Weich, Marina Ziche, PP. 0117-0130

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Original posting date: 
Tuesday, January 13, 1998
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