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Examination of the Role of Galectins During In Vivo Angiogenesis Using the Chick Chorioallantoic Membrane Assay
Angiogenesis is a complex multi-process involving different activities of endothelial cells. These activities are influenced in vivo by environmental conditions like interactions with other cell types and the micro-environment. Galectins play a role in several of these interactions and are therefore required for proper execution of in vivo angiogenesis. In this chapter we describe a method to study galectins and galectin inhibitors during physiologic and pathophysiologic angiogenesis in vivodoi:10.1007/978-1-4939-1396-1_20 pmid:25253149 fatcat:toz2dptqzng7tcycxpehau6pmm