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Morphological and dynamic change in microtubules of primary cultured hippocampal neurons stressed by ß-amyloid peptide and corticosterone.Wong, THG; Hung, CHL; Law, ACK; Chang, RCC201324
 
ß-Amyloid and corticosterone-induced changes to tau protein in primary cultures of hippocampal neurons.Tsang, AW-T; Wong, THG; Hung, CHL; Cheng, SY; Law, ACK; Ho, YS; Chang, RCC201330
 
Oligomeric beta-amyloid and corticosterone trigger similar morphologic and dynamic changes in microtubules of cultured hippocampal neuronsWong, GTH; Hung, CHL; Law, ACK; Chang, RCC201316
 
Targeting depression to prevent dementia and Alzheimer's diseaseChang, RCC; TSANG, AW-T; Wong, GTH; CHENG, SY; Hung, CHL; Ho, YS; Law, ACK201322
 
Interplay of the ubiquitin-proteasome system and the autophagy-lysosome pathway in cultured neurons stressed by oligomeric β-amyloid peptideCHENG, SY; Hung, CHL; Chang, RCC201318
 
Green tea and neurodegeneration in Alzheimer's diseaseHo, YS; Hung, CHL; Chang, RCC201345
 
Characterizing the morphological changes and dynamic of mitochondria in neurons after exposure to ß-amyloid peptide.Chang, RCC; Hung, CHL; Zhang, Q; Ho, YS201329
 
Investigating biological mechanisms of corticosterone-induced neurodegeneration: implication of how depression promotes cognitive impairment in Alzheimer's diseaseChang, RCC; Wuwongse, S; Wong, S; Tsang, AWT; Zhang, E; Cheng, SSY; Hung, CHL; Lau, BWM; Ho, YS; So, KF; Law, A201334
 
Endoplasmic reticulum stress induces tau pathology and forms a vicious cycle: Implication in Alzheimer's disease pathogenesisHo, YS; Yang, X; Lau, JCF; Hung, CHL; Wuwongse, S; Zhang, Q; Wang, J; Baum, L; So, KF; Chang, RCC2012195
 
Synaptic vesicle protein pathology in alzheimer's disease and depressionWuwongse, S; Hung, CHL; Zhang, NQ; Ho, YS; Chang, RCC; Law, ACK201183
 
Aggregation of the endoplasmic reticulum triggered by oligomeric beta-amyloid peptides could initiate autophagyZhang, NQ; Hung, CHL; Ho, YS; Wuwongse, S; Chang, RCC2011110
 
Temporal relationship of autophagy and apoptosis in neurons challenged by low molecular weight β-amyloid peptideCheung, YT; Zhang, NQ; Hung, CHL; Lai, CSW; Yu, MS; So, KF; Chang, RCC2011159
 
Aggregation of the endoplasmic reticulum may play a major role in initiating autophagic flux in oligomeric β-amyloid peptide-treated neuronsChang, RCC; Zhang, NQ; Hung, CHL; Ho, YS; Wuwongse, S201186
 
Autophagy may protect neurons from low molecular weight beta-amyloid peptide-induced apoptosisCheung, YT; Zhang, NQ; Hung, CHL; Lai, SW; Yu, MS; Chang, RCC201099
 
Corticosterone induced synaptic degeneration in depression and alzheimer's diseaseWuwongse, S; Hung, CHL; Law, ACK; Chang, RCC201093
 
Disruptions of endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria prime mTOR suppression in low molecular weight Aβ-induced autophagyChang, RCC; Cheung, YT; Zhang, NQ; Hung, CHL; Lai, CSW; Yu, MS201083
 
Intracellular organelle collapse triggered by low molecular weight b-amyloid peptidesHung, CHL; Cheung, YT; Ho, YS; Chang, RCC201092
 
Relationship between low molecular weight beta-amyloid peptide-induced fission/fusion imbalance and mitochondrial functionsHung, CHL; Cheung, YT; Wuwongse, S; Zhang, NQ; Chang, RCC201092
 
Perturbation of endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria rather than reduced activity of mTOR trigger autophagy in neurons exposed to low molecular weight beta-Amyloid peptideChang, RCC; Zhang, YQ; Hung, CHL; Cheung, YT201075
 
Modulation of mitochondrial calcium as a pharmacological target for Alzheimer's diseaseHung, CHL; Ho, YS; Chang, RCC2010123
 
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