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It is becoming increasingly clear that the process of angiogenesis is important for tumor growth and metastasis and as such provides an exploitable target for therapeutic intervention. Consequently a number of useful model systems has been developed to investigate the angiogenic process associated with malignancy and to discover new therapeutic strategies.

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