A new technology that allows researchers to examine circulation in the brain could help to identify early signs of neurological problems.
Researchers report the angiogenesis in the brain could be a cause of some of the intractable walking and balance difficulties associated with Parkinson's disease.
CRISPR gene editing has allowed researchers to prevent angiogenesis of the retina occurring in mice. Researchers say the new technology could help prevent vision loss in those with retinal diseases.
A new study reveals older adults can generate just as many new hippocampal neurons from progentior cells as young people. The findings confirm neurogenesis does occur in older individuals.
A new study reports researchers have identified a signaling pathway that appears to be vital in angiogenesis. The findings could help in the development of treatments to improve blood flow in ischemic tissue.
By simulating patterns of microvasculature cell growth and compare the results with real networks grown in lab, researchers hope to direct how they grow into the tiny blood vessels that feed the brain and help people regain functions lost to stroke and disease.