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Significance of Angiogenesis in both Survival and Extermination (Via Treatment) Of the Tumour

Rahul J*

Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

*Corresponding Author:
Rahul J
Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute
Hyderabad, Telangana, India

Received: 10 May 2015 Accepted: 29 May 2015 Published: 06 June 2015

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Angiogenesis is an essential process for development of blood vessels for growth and transport of the cancer cells. The following article enlightens the functionality of various drugs and therapies that aim for the treatment via pathways of regulation of angiogenesis and necrosis. Analysis and study of various drugs and therapies done by various researchers have been highlighted and exhibited along with their competency and failures listing few of which such as mesenchymal stem cells, Hybrid Liposomes (HL), angio-inhibitors and phytochemical isoliquiritigenin drugs, and also specific synthetic group of 25- OH Vitamin D to 1,25-OH Vitamin D [1,25(OH)2D] TNFα, protein drugs groups such as anti-VEGF antibodies and tyrosine kinase inhibitors, bevacizumab plus fluoropyrimidine-based chemotherapeutic drugs in inhibition of farnesyl diphosphate and various pathways in cancer treatment.


Angiogenesis, Necrosis, Bevacizumab


Cancer, today is one of the leading severe human disease that claim many lives across the globe, different countries around the world are in grip of different types of cancer based upon the biological as well as the abiotic and environmental factors [1]. Modern treatment methods applied into today’s oncology studies and treatment mostly revolve around cytotoxicity and cell induced necrosis of the cancer cells [2-5]. These methods have without any doubt provided effective results when viewed with respect to the cytotoxicity effect but on consideration of effect of the drug on overall systemic regulation of human body these drug tend to have side effect upon the non-targeted system or organ, hence the rise of the targeted drug delivery system as an leading base of research and study among the medical techniques cancer therapeutics. Angiogenesis is the process of development of new blood vessels and capillaries from the existing vessels through stimulated signaling pathways, it is generally the part of the repair mechanism that the body regulates for wound healing and repair, but as studies have shown that the cancer cells also take advantage of this regulation for them self and by overriding the control mechanism of the angiogenetic pathway tend to produce new blood vessels and capillaries for their supplies and transport. Treatment for the angiogenesis targeted therapy involve many potential methods such as mesenchymal stem cells, Hybrid Liposomes (HL), angio-inhibitors and phytochemical isoliquiritigenin harnessing the developmental pathways in tumor induced lymphangiogenesis and hematopoietic and endothelial progenitor cells cell-based therapies [6-10].


Cancer is one of the severe human diseases which cause increasing mortality every year in the world. Angiogenesis is the process of development of new blood vessels and capillaries from the existing vessels through stimulated signaling pathways, it is generally the part of the repair mechanism that the body regulates for wound healing and repair, but as studies have shown that the cancer cells also take advantage of this regulation for them self and by overriding the control mechanism of the angiogenetic pathway tend to produce new blood vessels and capillaries for their supplies and transport [11-14]. Malignant cells display metabolic changes, when compared to normal cells an impaired production of angiogenic molecule produced by ECs and pericytes seems to be involved in this dysfunctional angiogenesis and a deeper knowledge of this early pathogenic alteration of Hybrid liposomes (HL) that can be prepared by simply ultrasonicating a mixture of vesicular and micellar molecules in buffer solutions [15,16]. The theory behind the above includes the invagination of the tumor surface epithelium. The exposure of the invaginated epithelium to stimulation by hormones promotes its malignant transformation. Under pathological conditions however, blood vessels from the limbal vascular plexus could invade the cornea and adipose tissues which constantly growing in the adult organism and is one of the more actively remodeled tissues over the past decade, research investigating the development of the lymphatic vascular system has become a key focus within the fields of developmental biology and cancer biology [17-20].

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Emerging evidences indicates that endothelial progenitor cells (EPC) may improve function of injured and ischemic organs prominent role of VEGF following PDT led to the advent of anti-VEGF therapy for neovascular eye diseases regulated by a fine balance between synthesis and degradation, but under pathological conditions, such as cancer cell expansion primarily by prolonging cell survival rather than by increasing the rate of cellular proliferation MAP kinase family members Erk-1 and Erk-2 influence VEGF expression thus, inhibition of them leads to lower expression of VEGF [31,32]. Unlike classically secreted proteins, unconventionally or nonclassically secreted polypeptides are devoid of signal peptides showing that mir126 identifiable group of endothelial-enriched miRNAs. Studies have focused on retinal neoangiogenetic factors in order to prevent one of the first steps of drug resistance, considering that VEGF-A is mainly produced and secreted by many tissue and immune cells like alveolar epithelial cells, bronchial epithelial cells, to be considered is the role and contribution that mesenchymal stem cells can do in the oncology once these cells have been investigated mainly focusing remodeling, angiogenesis and osteogenesis are closely associated processes [33-36]. Compelling evidence that vascular maintenance arises due mainly to two non-exclusive mechanisms primarily reflects their different content of proteoglycans of cytoplasmic granules this is thought to contribute to basement membrane thickening, impacting the proliferative and differentiated state of the endothelium VEGF which also acts as survival factor for endothelial cells and tumor cells and protect them from apoptosis of MM plasma cells, stromal cells, hematopoietic cells, and the extracellular matrix. Persistent neurogenesis occurs in two restricted regions of the adult mammalian brain including the human brainMany studies confirm that those capillaries are wide, dilated, tortuous and leaky these alterations would be more important proangiogenic growth factors and/or their receptors [37-40].

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Tissue Necrosis

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Proliferation and differentiation of osteoblast cells phytochemical examination of plants having suitable history of use in traditional treatment for diseases [101,102]. Molecular docking techniques have shown great promise as a new tool in the discovery of novel small molecule drugs for targeting angiogenic and anti-angiogenic therapies have been developed but their efficiencies have rarely met expectations optimization laboratory studies are warranted prior to initiating large-scale clinical trials of transplantation therapy for MI [103,104]. Major role of anti-angiogenic drugs is that the drug interferes with the angiogenic process via different mechanisms and there is a sound rationale for combining anti-angiogenic agents. Extensive studies conducted by a number of centers confirm the importance of angiogenesis and vasculogenesis in tumor development and the role of newly created pathological arterial perfusion although researchers initially focused on gene therapy using proangiogenic growth factors, recent discovery of somatic stem/progenitor cells the various histologic types of EOC have different responses to chemotherapy and have since known that they display divergent molecular characteristics , considering glioma which is a brain tumor that arises from glial cells or glial progenitor cells, and represents 80% of malignant brain tumor to evaluate the methods for the study of angiogenesis and lymph angiogenesis in GC and compare the results between three different microscopic magnifications, and describes its molecular mediators and discusses the interface between corneal lymph angiogenesis and adaptive immunity [105-110].

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The above study gives us a moderate view of the types of drugs, medication and therapies such as the effects and the mode of treatment of mesenchymal stem cells, Hybrid Liposomes (HL), angio-inhibitors and phytochemical isoliquiritigenin drugs, and also specific synthetic group of 25- OH Vitamin D to 1,25-OH Vitamin D [1,25(OH)2D] TNFα, protein drugs groups such as anti-VEGF antibodies and tyrosine kinase inhibitors, bevacizumab plus fluoropyrimidine-based chemotherapeutic drugs in inhibition of farnesyl diphosphate and various pathways for the treatment of cancer for its different modes and kinds along with their effectiveness with respect to targeted delivery and cytotoxicity and also their failures as to the rise of various side effect from the frequent use, hence we can conclude that their exist many therapies and drugs that are and also will in future provide good response and effective treatment for the patients suffering with cancer provided their ability to recognize and target to specified locus and their also exist a scope in this angle for precision and development.