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August 03, 2012

Volume 287Issue 32p26464-27274
Open Access
On The Cover: The cover shows endothelial miR-15a (teal), a novel anti-angiogenic microRNA, inhibiting angiogenic activity (red to gray) following ischemic insults. In this issue, Yin et al., pages 27055–27064, utilize lentivirus-mediated in vitro miR-15a gain/loss-of-function approaches and vascular endothelial cell-selective miR-15a transgenic mice to reveal underlying molecular mechanisms that define a role of vascular miR-15a in regulating cell-autonomous angiogenesis....
On The Cover: The cover shows endothelial miR-15a (teal), a novel anti-angiogenic microRNA, inhibiting angiogenic activity (red to gray) following ischemic insults. In this issue, Yin et al., pages 27055–27064, utilize lentivirus-mediated in vitro miR-15a gain/loss-of-function approaches and vascular endothelial cell-selective miR-15a transgenic mice to reveal underlying molecular mechanisms that define a role of vascular miR-15a in regulating cell-autonomous angiogenesis.

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