Research Paper Volume 12, Issue 22 pp 22599—22613

miR-25-3p promotes endothelial cell angiogenesis in aging mice via TULA-2/SYK/VEGFR-2 downregulation

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Figure 9.

The proposed novel mechanism by which miR-25-3p affects angiogenesis in aged mice via the TULA-2/SYK/VEGFR-2 pathway. Aged ECs utilize miR-25-3p to target TULA-2 as a downstream effector to transduce signals, further downregulating and suppressing the phosphorylation of SYK Y323 and VEGFR-2 Y1175 and thus suppressing the angiogenesis pathway and inhibiting the proliferation, migration and tube formation abilities of aged ECs.