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Table 2 Muscle and lymph node have more active angiogenic pathways in humans: angiogenic pathway expression profiles in 18 common human and mouse tissues

From: Thrombus leukocytes exhibit more endothelial cell-specific angiogenic markers than peripheral blood leukocytes do in acute coronary syndrome patients, suggesting a possibility of trans-differentiation: a comprehensive database mining study

  1. Number in the table stands for the percentage of genes being highly expressed in a specific pathway. Pathways with more than or equal to 1/3 of genes being highly expressed in individual tissue are considered as active pathways (highlighted in red). Tissues with more than two among the seven pathways being active are considered tissues with high angiogenic potentials (text is in red)