Macrophages and Angiogenesis – a thematic series in Vascular Cell

Macrophages influence blood vessel development during growth or tissue repair, and also during tumorigenesis. They are of increasing interest to angiogenic researchers and thus the basis of a new thematic series in Vascular Cell.

The importance of macrophages due to their close physical association with blood vessels is highlighted in an introductory editorial, “Large eaters” meet blood vessels: a new thematic series on macrophages and angiogenesis.

Experts already working in this emerging field have published the following articles in the ‘Macrophages and Angiogenesis’ thematic series:

Researchers in this field are encouraged to submit their work to this thematic series, to be published alongside additional commissioned pieces. Please indicate in your cover letter that you would like to be considered for the series. The series Editor, Jan Kitajewski, welcomes pre-submission enquiries by email.

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Fiona Pring

Associate Publisher at BMC
Fiona graduated with a BSc in Human Genetics from UCL before working for five years in the editorial team at the Royal Society. She came to BMC in October 2010 and is currently responsible for our public and global health, health services research, health policy, substance abuse, and business and economics journal portfolios.

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