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Authors

  1. Authors

C. Kwak MD, Research Fellow.

R.J. Jin MD, PhD.

C. Lee MD, Research Fellow.

M.S. Park MD, Assistant Professor.

S.E. Lee MD, Professor.

Abbreviations
MVD

microvessel density

VEGF

vascular endothelial growth factor

TSP-1

thrombospondin-1.