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Sweet enticements to move

The formation of new blood vessels from pre-existing ones is a carefully orchestrated dance. A study reveals that the metabolism of sugar by glycolysis contributes to its regulation.

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Figure 1: Glycolysis regulates angiogenesis.


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Jang, C., Arany, Z. Sweet enticements to move. Nature 500, 409–410 (2013).

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