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Endothelial cell functions
Michiels C. J Cell Physiol 2003 - Review. PMID 12891700
Hence, it participates to all aspects of the vascular homeostasis but also to physiological or pathological processes like thrombosis, inflammation, or vascular wall remodeling. Some of the most important endothelial functions will be described in the following review and more specifically, their role in blood vessel formation, in coagulation and fibribolysis, in the regulation of vascular tone as well as their participation in inflammatory reactions and in tumor neoangiogenesis....
Hence, it participates to all aspects of the vascular homeostasis but also to physiological or pathological processes like thrombosis …
[Structural and Functional Properties of Vascular Endothelium].
Babushkina IV, et al. Kardiologiia 2015 - Review. PMID 26164993 Russian.
We have summarized in this paper main conceptions on structure and function of vascular endothelium with special attention to the role of caveolae both in regulation of function of endothelium itself and transvesicular transport of metabolic substrates. We have also described the role of shear stress in activation of vascular endothelium and putative mechanisms of its action....
We have summarized in this paper main conceptions on structure and function of vascular endothelium with special attention to …
Vascular endothelium, haemostasis and thrombosis.
Chesterman CN. Blood Rev 1988 - Review. PMID 3042061
The vascular endothelium consists of a monolayer of cells. Integrity of the endothelium is essential for maintenance of blood fluidity as the subendothelium is composed of structures which rapidly activate platelets and coagulation. Recent research indicates that the endothelium is involved in other processes particularly vasoactivity, immune reactions and inflammatory processes. ...
The vascular endothelium consists of a monolayer of cells. Integrity of the endothelium is essential for maintenance of …
[The heterogenicity of the vascular endothelium].
Plendl J, et al. Anat Histol Embryol 1992 - Review. PMID 1443650 German.
The vascular endothelium has long been considered to be a homogeneous cell type. It is only recently that its remarkable heterogeneity has been shown. The selective and organ-specific adhesion of cells of the immune system, of metastasizing tumor cells and of microorganisms underscores the central position of the endothelium between the circulation and each organ. ...
The vascular endothelium has long been considered to be a homogeneous cell type. It is only recently that its remarkable heter …
Vascular precursor cells in tissue injury repair.
Shi X, et al. Transl Res 2017 - Review. PMID 28284670 Free PMC article.
Vascular precursor cells include stem cells and progenitor cells giving rise to all mature cell types in the wall of blood vessels. ...In recent years, studies on molecular mechanisms underlying the regulation of vascular precursor cell function have achieved substantial progress, which promotes exploration of vascular precursor cell-based approaches to treat chronic wounds and ischemic diseases in vital organ systems. ...
Vascular precursor cells include stem cells and progenitor cells giving rise to all mature cell types in the wall of blood vessels. .
Vascular endothelium as a novel source of stem cells for bioengineering.
Susienka MJ and Medici D. Biomatter 2013. PMID 23603799 Free PMC article.
It was recently shown that vascular endothelial cells are converted to a mesenchymal stem cell phenotype through a process known as endothelial-mesenchymal transition (EndMT). ...
It was recently shown that vascular endothelial cells are converted to a mesenchymal stem cell phenotype through a process known as e …
Bioengineered in vitro Vascular Models for Applications in Interventional Radiology.
Li X, et al. Curr Pharm Des 2018 - Review. PMID 30734672
Besides normal blood vessels, those in diseased states, such as thrombosis, may also be modeled by integrating cues that simulate the microenvironment of vascular disorders. These novel engineering strategies for the development of biomimetic in vitro vascular structures will possibly enable unconventional means of studying complex endovascular intervention problems that are otherwise hard to address using existing models....
Besides normal blood vessels, those in diseased states, such as thrombosis, may also be modeled by integrating cues that simulate the microe …
Stromal vascular fraction: A regenerative reality? Part 1: Current concepts and review of the literature.
Nguyen A, et al. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 2016 - Review. PMID 26565755
Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) is a heterogeneous collection of cells contained within adipose tissue that is traditionally isolated using enzymes such as collagenase. ...
Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) is a heterogeneous collection of cells contained within adipose tissue that is traditionally isolated …
96 perfusable blood vessels to study vascular permeability in vitro.
van Duinen V, et al. Sci Rep 2017. PMID 29273771 Free PMC article.
To increase the physiological relevance of in vitro models of the vasculature, it is crucial to implement these cues and better mimic the native three-dimensional vascular architecture. ...The throughput and robustness of this method and assay will allow end-users in vascular biology to make the transition from two-dimensional to three-dimensional culture methods to study vasculature....
To increase the physiological relevance of in vitro models of the vasculature, it is crucial to implement these cues and better mimic the na …
Mechanosensitive properties in the endothelium and their roles in the regulation of endothelial function.
Liu HB, et al. J Cardiovasc Pharmacol 2013 - Review. PMID 23429585
These mechanosensors play an important role in regulating the function of the endothelium and vascular function, including blood pressure. This review focuses on the mechanosensors that have been identified in ECs and on the roles that mechanosensors play in the regulation of endothelium function, and in the regulation of vascular function....
These mechanosensors play an important role in regulating the function of the endothelium and vascular function, including blo …
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