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Glycomic analysis of human respiratory tract tissues and correlation with influenza virus infectionWalther, TJ; Karamanska, R; Chan, WY; Chan, MCW; Jia, N; Air, G; Hopton, CL; Wong, MP; Dell, A; Peiris, JSM; Haslam, SM; Nicholls, JM201336
 
Infection of swine ex vivo tissues with avian viruses including H7N9 and correlation with glycomic analysisChan, WY; Karamanska, R; Van Poucke, S; Van Reeth, K; Chan, WW; Chan, MCW; Dell, A; Peiris, JSM; Haslam, SM; Guan, Y; Nicholls, JM201324
 
Correlation of influenza infection with glycan arrayNicholls, J; Chan, RWY; Li, ACL; Yen, HL; Air, G; Haslam, S; Dell, A; Walther, T; Chan, M; Peiris, JSM201299
 
Glycosylation failure extends to glycoproteins in gestational diabetes mellitus: Evidence from reduced α2-6 sialylation and impaired immunomodulatory activities of pregnancy-related glycodelin-ALee, CL; Chiu, PCN; Pang, PC; Chu, IK; Lee, KF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppälä, M; Morris, HR; Tissot, B; Panico, M; Dell, A; Yeung, WSB2011342
 
Human sperm binding is mediated by the sialyl-lewis x Oligosaccharide on the zona pellucidaPang, PC; Chiu, PCN; Lee, CL; Chang, LY; Panico, M; Morris, HR; Haslam, SM; Khoo, KH; Clark, GF; Yeung, WSB; Dell, A2011238
 
Effects of differential glycosylation of glycodelins on lymphocyte survivalLee, CL; Pang, PC; Yeung, WSB; Tissot, B; Panico, M; Lao, TTH; Chu, IK; Lee, KF; Chung, MK; Lam, KKW; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppälä, M; Morris, HR; Dell, A; Chiu, PCN2009383
 
DAS181 inhibits H5N1 influenza virus infection of human lung tissuesChan, RWY; Chan, MCW; Wong, ACN; Karamanska, R; Dell, A; Haslam, SM; Sihoe, ADL; Chui, WH; TrianaBaltzer, G; Li, Q; Malik Peiris, JS; Fang, F; Nicholls, JM20095,750
 
Differences in Glycosylation and Sperm-Egg Binding Inhibition of Pregnancy-Related GlycodelinKoistinen, H; Easton, RL; Chiu, PCN; Chalabi, S; Halttunen, M; Dell, A; Morris, HR; Yeung, WSB; Seppälä, M; Koistinen, R2003126
 
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