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Distinct role of matrix metalloproteinase-3 in kidney injury molecule-1 shedding by kidney proximal tubular epithelial cellsLim, AI; Chan, LYY; Lai, KN; Tang, SCW; Chow, CW; Lam, MF; Leung, JCK201282
 
Toll-like receptor 4 promotes tubular inflammation in diabetic nephropathyLin, M; Yiu, WH; Wu, HJ; Chan, LYY; Leung, JCK; Au, WS; Chan, KW; Lai, KN; Tang, SCW2012169
 
A study of the clinical and biochemical profile of peritoneal dialysis fluid low in glucose degradation productsLai, KN; Lam, MF; Leung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Lam, CWK; Chan, IHS; Chan, HW; Li, CS; Wong, SSH; Ho, YW; Cheuk, A; Tang, MKL; Tang, SCW201295
 
The role of leptin and its short-form receptor in inflammation in db/db mice infused with peritoneal dialysis fluidLeung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Lam, MF; Tang, SCW; Chow, CW; Lim, AI; Lai, KN201272
 
Glomerulotubular interaction in IgA nephropathy induces oxidative damages in tubular epithelial cells: role of crosstalk between angiotensin II and aldosteroneLeung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Tang, SCW; Lai, KN201186
 
Differential effects of advanced glycation end-products on renal tubular cell inflammationTang, SCW; Chan, LYY; Leung, JCK; Cheng, AS; Lin, M; Lan, HY; Lai, KN2011133
 
Additive effect of PPAR-γ agonist and ARB in treatment of experimental IgA nephropathyLai, KN; Chan, LYY; Guo, H; Tang, SCW; Leung, JCK2011161
 
Additive renoprotective effects of B2-kinin receptor blocker and PPAR-γ agonist in uninephrectomized db/db miceTang, SCW; Chan, LYY; Leung, JCK; Cheng, AS; Lan, HY; Lai, KN2011206
 
Oxidative damages in tubular epithelial cells in IgA nephropathy: role of crosstalk between angiotensin II and aldosteroneLeung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Tang, SCW; Lam, MF; Chow, CW; Lim, AI; Lai, KN201193
 
High glucose promotes renal tubular CTGF expression via the activation of protease-activated receptorsYiu, WH; Leung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Lan, HY; Lai, KN; Tang, SCW2011111
 
Successful engraftment by leukemia initiating cells in adult acute lymphoblastic leukemia after direct intrahepatic injection into unconditioned newborn NOD/SCID miceCheung, AMS; Fung, TK; Fan, AKP; Wan, TSK; Chow, HCH; Leung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Kwong, YL; Liang, R; Leung, AYH2010783
 
Bradykinin and high glucose promote renal tubular inflammationTang, SCW; Chan, LYY; Leung, JCK; Cheng, AS; Chan, KW; Lan, HY; Lai, KN2010625
 
Renoprotection by Rosiglitazone in Accelerated Type 2 Diabetic Nephropathy: Role of STAT1 Inhibition and Nephrin RestorationTang, SCW; Leung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Cheng, AS; Lan, HY; Lai, KN2010312
 
In vitro enhanced chemotaxis of CD25+ mononuclear cells in patients with familial IgAN through glomerulotubular interactionsTam, KY; Leung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Lam, MF; Tang, SCW; Lai, KN201059
 
Toll-like receptor 4 mediates tubular inflammation in diabetic nephropathyLin, M; Chan, AWH; Chan, LYY; Leung, JCK; Lai, KN; Tang, SCW2010119
 
The acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase beta (ACACB) gene is associated with nephropathy in Chinese patients with type 2 diabetesTang, SCW; Leung, VTM; Chan, LYY; Wong, SSH; Chu, DWS; Leung, JCK; Ho, YW; Lai, KN; Ma, L; Elbein, SC; Bowden, DW; Hicks, PJ; Comeau, ME; Langefeld, CD; Freedman, BI20102,779
 
Regulation of CCN2/CTGF and related cytokines in cultured peritoneal cells under conditions simulating peritoneal dialysisLeung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Tam, KY; Tang, SCW; Lam, MF; Cheng, AS; Chu, KM; Lai, KN2009315
 
Roles of neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis-related peritonitisLeung, JCK; Lam, MF; Tang, SCW; Chan, LYY; Tam, KY; Yip, TPS; Lai, KN2009310
 
Anti-inflammatory effects of N-acetyl-seryl-aspartyl-lysyl-proline (Ac-SDKP) in protein-overloaded renal tubule cellsTang, SCW; Chan, AW; Chan, LYY; Leung, JCK; Lan, HY; Lai, KN2009120
 
Increased chemotaxis of CD25+ PBMC to tubular epithelial cells through glomerulotubular interaction in patients with familial IgA nephropathyTam, KY; Leung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Lam, MF; Tang, S; Lai, KN2009138
 
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