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Papers in Vascular Biology

Here is a listing of electronic publications authored by NAVBO members and of relevance to the entire Vascular Biology Community.

With the help of experts in each discipline, we have identified papers that we believe to be fundamental in the field of vascular biology. You can search by keywords or authors (last name is sufficient). If your keyword appears in the list of tags or in the title of the paper, it will be included in your search results. For additional instructions, click on the gray bar.

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This document contains nearly 200 references arranged in the subject headings listed below, and each reference includes a clickable link directly to the article.  This resource was compiled, prepared and provided to us by:
Peter Baluk (University of California San Francisco)
Young-Kwon Hong (University of Southern California)
R. Sathish Srinivasan (Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation)
Joseph Rutkowski (Texas A&M University)
Tim Padera (Harvard University)
Pierre-Yves von der Weid (University of Calgary, Canada)

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  1. Historical
  2. Reviews
  3. Structure
  4. Functional and Mechanical Aspects
  5. Development
  6. Growth Factors, Receptors, and Signaling
  7. Lymphangiogenesis
  8. Gene Regulation
  9. Methods and Protocols
  10. Immune Cell Interactions
  11. Informatics and Omics
  12. Zebrafish and Amphibians 
  13. Organ Specific Lymphatics
    • Lymph Nodes
    • Brain, Meninges, and Spinal Cord
    • Eye
    • Heart
    • Lung and Respiratory Tract
    • Skin
    • Skeletal Muscle
    • Intestine
    • Liver
    • Kidney
    • Diaphragm
    • Reproductive Organs
  14. Lymphatics in Pathology
    • Inflammation and Lymphedema
    • Tumor Lymphatics and Metastasis
    • Obesity
    • Lymphatic Anomalies
    • Ageing
    • Elephantiasis and Filariasis
    • Heart Disease, Atherosclerosis, and Cholesterol Transport
    • Gorham-Stout Disease (Disappearing Bone Disease)