Vascular Biology

The vascular system consists of small and large vessels specifically designed to have different levels of blood flow and pressure depending on the body's location.

Vascular tissue consists of a different cell type population, including endothelial cells, pericytes, fibroblasts, smooth muscle cells, and other types of connective tissue cells. The amalgamation of these types of cells constitutes the vascular tissue and forms connections that allow active and passive transportation across the wall of the vessel.

Endothelial cells in the vascular tissue are also involved in a number of other tasks, including: supplying an inner layer to the heart and blood vessels · Discharge of bioactive molecules to affect local cell settings · Influence of normal microvascular growth and angiogenesis · Transfer of molecules from the blood to interstitial fluid · Contiguous smooth muscle relationship.


Physiology of Blood vessels | Immunology of the vessel wall | Biology of thee vasculature | The endothelial cell | Vascular smooth muscle cells | Arteriogenesis Vs Angiogenesis | The lymphatic system | Pathogenesis of atherosclerosis | Atherosclerosis | Molecular Mechanisms | Pathophysiology of other cardiovascular diseases | Valvular heart diseases | Pathophysiology of thrombosis | Vascular pathophysiology of hypertension

Market Statistics:

The global vascular grafts market was worth USD 1.6 billion in 2020, and it is predicted to increase at a CAGR of 6.8% between 2021 and 2028. The rising prevalence of cardiovascular illnesses, diabetes, and end-stage renal disease are all propelling the market. According to the American Heart Association, an estimated 121.5 million people in the United States suffer from cardiovascular disorders such as high blood pressure, chest pain, heart attack, and stroke.