Explore VEGF

Angiogenesis is a hallmark of tumor development

Critical questions in the science of VEGF and angiogenesis

1. What is the significance of VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor) in tumor angiogenesis?

As demonstrated in preclinical models:

VEGF has been identified as a regulator of tumor angiogenesis.1

2. Why is VEGF essential throughout the tumor life cycle?

As demonstrated in preclinical models:

VEGF may play an essential role throughout the tumor cycle by helping tumor vessels establish, grow, and survive.2,3

3. What are the effects of VEGF inhibition?

Tumor angiogenesis and the VEGF pathway

Continuous VEGF expression throughout the tumor life cycle

Effects of VEGF inhibition

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