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Somatic mutations in the BRCA1 gene in Chinese sporadic breast and ovarian cancerKhoo, US; Ozcelik, H; Cheung, ANY; Chow, LWC; Ngan, HYS; Done, SJ; Liang, ACT; Chan, VWY; Au, GKH; Ng, WF; Poon, CSP; Leung, YF; Loong, F; Ip, P; Chan, GSW; Andrulis, IL; Jing, L; Ho, FCS1999113
 
Advanced stage and unfavorable Hodgkin's disease in the Chinese - A 20- year experienceChim, CS; Kwong, YL; Lie, AKW; Lee, CK; Ho, FCS; Liang, R199980
 
Short report: Somatic mutations in the BRCA1 gene in Chinese sporadic breast and ovarian cancerKhoo, US; Ozcelik, H; Cheung, ANY; Chow, LWC; Ngan, HYS; Done, SJ; Liang, ACT; Chan, VWY; Au, GKH; Ng, WF; Poon, CSP; Leung, YF; Loong, F; Ip, PPC; Chan, GSW; Andrulis, IL; Lu, J; Ho, FCS199995
 
Expression of cytotoxic-granule-associated protein TIA-1 in nasal T/NK-cell lymphomas and lymphoid hyperplasiaLiu, WP; Chan, ACL; Ho, FCS; Li, GD; Chiang, AKS; Srivastava, G199886
 
Clonality of lymphomas at multiple sites in SJL miceTang, JCO; Ho, FCS; Chan, ACL; Srivastava, G1998116
 
Progression of spontaneous lymphomas in SJL mice: Monitoring in vivo clonal evolution with molecular markers in sequential splenic samplesTang, JCO; Ho, FCS; Chan, ACL; Chow, EYW; Srivastava, G199875
 
Epstein-Barr virus infection and its gene expression in gastric lymphoma of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissueXu, WS; Chan, ACL; Lee, JMF; Liang, RHS; Ho, FCS; Srivastava, G1998115
 
Detection of trisomy 3 in primary gastric B-cell lymphoma by using chromosome in situ hybridization on paraffin sectionsZhang, Y; Cheung, ANY; Chan, ACL; Shen, DH; Xu, WS; Chung, LP; Ho, FCS1998132
 
Frequent detection of Epstein-Barr virus-infected B cells in peripheral T-cell lymphomasHo, JWY; Ho, FCS; Chan, ACL; Liang, RHS; Srivastava, G199892
 
CD56+ NK lymphomas: Clinicopathological features and prognosisKwong, YL; Chan, ACL; Liang, R; Chiang, AKS; Chim, CS; Chan, TK; Todd, D; Ho, FCS199758
 
NASAL T/NATURAL KILLEER (NK)-CELL LYMPHOMAS ARE DERIVED FROM EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS-INFECTED CYTOTOXIC LYMPHOCYTES OF BOTH NK- AND T-CELL LINEAGEChiang, AKS; Chan, ACL; Srivastava, G; Ho, FCS1997103
 
High incidence of BCL-6 gene rearrangement in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma of primary gastric originLiang, R; Chan, WP; Kwong, YL; Xu, WS; Srivastava, G; Ho, FCS1997113
 
Nasal T/natural killer (NK)-cell lymphomas are derived from epstein- barr virus-infected cytotoxic lymphocytes of both NK- and T-cell lineageChiang, AKS; Chan, ACL; Srivastava, G; Ho, FCS199762
 
Bcl-6 gene hypermutations in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma of primary gastric originLiang, R; Chan, WP; Kwong, YL; Chan, ACL; Xu, WS; Au, WY; Srivastava, G; Ho, FCS199795
 
Detection of trisomy 3 in primary gastric B-cell lymphoma using chromosome in situ hybridization on paraffin sectionsZhang, Y; Cheung, ANY; Shen, DH; Xu, W; Chan, ASL; Chung, LP; Ho, FCS199769
 
Pathogenesis of gastric lymphoma: The enigma in Hong KongXu, WS; Ho, FCS; Ho, J; Chan, ACL; Srivastava, G1997103
 
A clinical evaluation of the International Lymphoma Study Group Classification of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma: a report of the Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Classification ProjectAnderson, J; Armitage, JO; Berger, F; Cavalli, F; Chan, WC; Close, J; Coiffier, B; Connors, J; Diebold, J; Gascoyne, R; Harris, N; Hiddemann, W; Ho, FCS; Jacobs, P; Liang, RHS; Lister, TA; MacLennan, K; Muller-Hermelink, HK; Nathwani, BN; Norton, A; Ott, G; Pedrinis, E; Roy, P; Schauer, A; Weisenburger, DD1997133
 
Bcl-6 gene rearrangement in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in Hong Kong ChineseLiang, RHS; Chan, WP; Kwong, YL; Chim, JCS; Lee, CK; Todd, D; Chan, ACL; Ho, FCS199680
 
Heterogenous gene expression of EBV detected in gastric lymphoma in Immunocompetent patientsXu, WS; Srivastava, G; Chan, ACL; Ho, FCS199657
 
Differences in T-cell-receptor gene rearrangement and transcription in nasal lymphomas of natural killer and T-cell types: Implications on cellular originChiang, AKS; Srivastava, G; Lau, PWF; Ho, FCS199672
 
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