Figure 7. Maspin inhibition of corneal neovascularization.

Figure 7

Maspin inhibition of corneal neovascularization. Pellets containing the indicated test substances at 10μM with bFGF (100 ng/ml) were incorporated into Hydron slow release pellets and implanted in rat corneas. After six or seven days animals were perfused with colloidal carbon to visualize vessels and excised cornease photographed with a 20x objective and scored for neovascularization. A. with bFGF, B. maspin plu bFGF, C. maspinΔN mutant plus bFGF, D. DRSL maspin plus bFGF.

From: The Role of Maspin in Tumor Progression and Normal Development

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