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Angiogenesis, as a process occurring under the regulation of a variety of factors, is one of the important ways of vascular development. It coexists in a variety of pathological and physiological processes. Now a large number of studies have proved that tumor growth, metastasis, and various vascular complications of diabetes are closely related to angiogenesis, and an increasing number of studies have shown that there are many common factors between the two. But angiogenesis is the opposite of the two: it is enhanced in tumors and suppressed in diabetes. Therefore, this review discusses the causes of the phenomenon from the expression of various factors affecting angiogenesis in these two diseases and their effects on angiogenesis in the relevant microenvironment, as well as the application status of these factors or cells as therapeutic targets in the treatment of these two diseases. © 2021 Tan et al.


Shidong Tan, Guangyao Zang, Ying Wang, Zhen Sun, Yalan Li, Cheng Lu, Zhongqun Wang. Differences of Angiogenesis Factors in Tumor and Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes, metabolic syndrome and obesity : targets and therapy. 2021;14:3375-3388

PMID: 34335038

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