Topical Rapamycin Systematically Suppresses The Early Stages Of Pulsed Dye Laser-induced Angiogenesis Pathways

Title

Topical Rapamycin Systematically Suppresses The Early Stages Of Pulsed Dye Laser-induced Angiogenesis Pathways

Creator

Gao L; Phan S; Nadora D M; Chernova M; Sun V; Preciado S M O; Ballew B; Jia Z Y; Jia W C; Wang G; Mihm M C; Nelson J S; Tan W B

Publisher

Lasers in Surgery and Medicine

Date

2014
2014-11

Subject

angiogenesis; birthmarks; Dermatology; growth-factor; hypoxia; mechanisms; P70S6K; port wine stain; port wine stain; Pulsed dye laser; rapamycin; resistance; Surgery; vessels

Identifier

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

679-688

Issue

9

Volume

46

Citation

Gao L; Phan S; Nadora D M; Chernova M; Sun V; Preciado S M O; Ballew B; Jia Z Y; Jia W C; Wang G; Mihm M C; Nelson J S; Tan W B, “Topical Rapamycin Systematically Suppresses The Early Stages Of Pulsed Dye Laser-induced Angiogenesis Pathways,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed September 25, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9660.

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