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Tumour angiogenesis factor

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tumour angiogenesis factor

(Science: growth factor) substance released from a tumour that promotes vascularisation of the mass of neoplastic cells. Once a tumour becomes vascularised, it will grow more rapidly and is more likely to metastasise. TAF is almost certainly more than one substance.

See: angiogenin.