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Surgical brain injury causes neovascularization in the disrupted brain parenchyma, which occurs with the participation of endothelial-like cells. Differentiation of angioblasts from embryonic mesothelial cells has been proposed on the ground of biochemical and antigenic similarities between mesothelial and endothelial cells. Therefore, a transient localization of cytokeratin, the main mesothelial intermediate filament protein, to some embryonic vessels and endothelial progenitors, prompted uspmid:18204130 fatcat:rzrnzfmnejb4dgts37kl3g2xlq