Faber lab publication selected for Faculty of 1000 Biology

June 2010 - Faber lab publication rated "exceptional" and "may well be the seminal paper in one of the most important mysteries in vascular biology."

30 June 2010 - The Faber lab publication in the journal Circulation Research (reference below) has been selected for Faculty of 1000 Biology.  The article was rated "exceptional" and evaluated by Stephen Schwartz who wrote, "This may well be the seminal paper in one of the most important mysteries in vascular biology: the mechanisms controlling collateral formation in the arterial tree."

Faculty of 1000 Biology is an award-winning online service that highlights and evaluates the most interesting papers published in the biological sciences, based on the recommendations of over 2000 of the world's top researchers. It was launched in January 2002 and already over 90% of the world's top institutions subscribe (e.g. NIH*, Johns Hopkins and all Max Planck Institutes). Papers are highlighted on the basis of their scientific merit rather than the journal in which they appear.

Wang S, Zhang H, Dai X, Sealock R, Faber JE. Genetic Architecture Underlying Variation in Extent and Remodeling of the Collateral Circulation. Circ Res. 2010 Jun 24. [Epub ahead of print]

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