Angiogenesis landmark publications

K14-VEGF-C transgenic mice with littermate

According to Nature, our Science paper from 1997 is a landmark paper for the angiogenesis field: "A paper establishing the role of VEGF-C and VEGF-R3 signaling in lymphangiogenesis. A new field is born."
The collection of landmark papers for the angiogenesis field from the last 80 years (http://www.nature.com/focus/angiogenesis/classics/vegf.html) was published first in 2003 and unfortunately has not been updated to include later seminal studies. However, until today, most of these 86 papers are still must-reads for every PhD student in the angogenesis field.

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