Journal of Angiogenesis Research


Journal of Angiogenesis Research

Note new tite: Vascular Cell

Publisher: BioMed Central

Journal of Angiogenesis Research is an open access journal that
publishes original research and timely reviews on recent advances in
the understanding of the processes responsible for neovascularisation
and pathological angiogenesis.

Dissemination and implementation of new knowledge concerning
angiogenesis as a key process which occurs during pathological disease
progression will have a significant impact on the treatment of these
diseases. Excessive and damaging angiogenesis occurs in diseases such
as cancer, diabetic retinopathies, age-related macular degeneration
and atherosclerosis.

In other diseases such as stroke and myocardial infarction,
insufficient or improper angiogenesis results in tissue loss and
ultimately higher morbidity and mortality. The field of angiogenesis
research includes areas focussed on elucidating both normal and
pathogenic angiogenic signalling mechanisms, clinical and pre-clinical
trials of novel anti-angiogenic agents, and imaging of vascularization
in solid tumours, metastasis and in cardio/cerebrovascular disease.

The list of topics includes but is not limited to:

* Cellular and molecular signalling in angiogenesis
* Current and novel imaging techniques
* Nanotechnology applied to angiogenesis
* Angiogenesis in cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis
* Stroke revascularization
* Vascular tissue engineering
* Diabetic retinopathies
* Neurodegenerative disease
* Tumour angiogenesis
* Developmental angiogenesis/Early cardiovascular development
* Wound healing
* Lymphangiogenesis
* Role of extracellular matrix
* Inflammation and angiogenesis

ISSN: 2040-2384

Manuscript submission via online system.


Professor Mark Slevin, PhD, FRCPath
Head of Vascular Research
Manchester Metropolitan University
The Institute for Biophysical and Clinical Research into Human Movement
United Kingdom


Professor Yihai Cao, MD, PhD
Professor of Tumour Biology
Karolinska Institute


Professor Jan Kitajewski, PhD

Director of Reproductive Sciences
Columbia University Medical Center
New York
United States


Abstracts available online. Articles available in HTML and PDF format.

Current Issue: Volume 1:6 (21 September 2009)

Date: 29 September 2009

Open Access: 
Original posting date: 
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
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