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Vessel

A conveyance for the transport of goods by water.

Vessel

A ship or other vehicle of transportation over water. Vessels are important in international commerce. See also: Incoterm.
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Identifying stem cells among other blood vessel wall cells is challenging and time-consuming.
Medications that prevent the growth of new blood vessels have already been introduced, but their effectiveness and long-term efficacy leave much to be desired.
The formation of new blood vessels is known as angiogenesis and is one of the main driving forces behind cancer.
Capillaries: The heart's smallest veins and arteries are connected by a network of tiny blood vessels.
Until now, physicians have used bypass surgery or angioplasty to dilate clogged blood vessels feeding the heart.
Leaf believes that fish oil might even keep blood vessels from closing in the first place.
It means we need to identify either more than one drug" to shut down blood vessels of tumour and non-tumour origin, "or a common molecular mechanism affecting both the tumour and the vasculature," said Cheresh, who co-authored two such studies.
All three had a unique MRI pattern prior to treatment and the successful opening of their blocked blood vessel after treatment.
According to them, their study showed that the binding of the two proteins actually assists in new blood vessel formation by removing HKa's influence, and therefore promotes tumour growth.
Tests in mice show that VEGF and EPO independently trigger the growth of leaky blood vessels, Takagi says.
High blood pressure can cause blood vessels to age before their time, new research suggests.
The drug, TNP-470, is designed to prevent the formation of microscopic blood vessels that cancerous tumors need to grow and move throughout the body, said Dr.