Blood vessel sprouting (angiogenesis) is one of the hallmarks of cancer. Better quantitative understanding of this process would allow more effective antiangiogenic therapies to be developed. It has been hypothesised that not only the number of endothelial cells, but also the quality of the vasculature play an important role in how chemo- and radiotherapies are delivered to tumour site. Hence in this...
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