Angiogenesis‐related genes in endothelial progenitor cells may be involved in sickle cell stroke

Angiogenesis‐related genes in endothelial progenitor cells may be involved in sickle cell stroke

Mirta T. Ito, Sueli M. da Silva Costa, Letícia C. Baptista, Gabriela Q. Carvalho‐Siqueira, Dulcinéia M. Albuquerque, Vinicius M. Rios, Stephanie Ospina‐Prieto, Roberta C. Saez, Karla P. Vieira, Fernando Cendes, Margareth C. Ozelo, Sara Teresinha O. Saad, Fernando F. Costa, Mônica B. Melo

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The clinical aspects of sickle cell anemia (SCA) are heterogeneous, and different patients may present significantly different clinical evolutions.Almost all organs can be affected, particularly the central nervous system. Transient ischemic events, infarcts, and cerebral hemorrhage can be observed...

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Angiogenesis‐related genes in endothelial progenitor cells may be involved in sickle cell stroke

Mirta T. Ito, Sueli M. da Silva Costa, Letícia C. Baptista, Gabriela Q. Carvalho‐Siqueira, Dulcinéia M. Albuquerque, Vinicius M. Rios, Stephanie Ospina‐Prieto, Roberta C. Saez, Karla P. Vieira, Fernando Cendes, Margareth C. Ozelo, Sara Teresinha O. Saad, Fernando F. Costa, Mônica B. Melo


										

Angiogenesis‐related genes in endothelial progenitor cells may be involved in sickle cell stroke

Mirta T. Ito, Sueli M. da Silva Costa, Letícia C. Baptista, Gabriela Q. Carvalho‐Siqueira, Dulcinéia M. Albuquerque, Vinicius M. Rios, Stephanie Ospina‐Prieto, Roberta C. Saez, Karla P. Vieira, Fernando Cendes, Margareth C. Ozelo, Sara Teresinha O. Saad, Fernando F. Costa, Mônica B. Melo

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    Journal of the american heart association: cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease

    Vol. 9, no. 5 (Feb., 2020)