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Differential actions of glycodelin-A on Th-1 and Th-2 cells: A paracrine mechanism that could produce the Th-2 dominant environment during pregnancyLee, CL; Chiu, PCN; Lam, KKW; Siu, SO; Chu, IK; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppl, M; Lee, KF; Yeung, WSB2011282
 
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
 
Glycodelin-A modulates cytokine production of peripheral blood natural killer cellsLee, CL; Chiu, PCN; Lam, KKW; Chan, RWS; Chu, IK; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppälä, M; Lee, KF; Yeung, WSB2010179
 
Zona pellucida-induced acrosome reaction in human spermatozoa is potentiated by glycodelin-A via down-regulation of extracellular signal-regulated kinases and up-regulation of zona pellucida-induced calcium influxChiu, PCN; Wong, BST; Lee, CL; Lam, KKW; Chung, MK; Lee, KF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Gupta, SK; Seppälä, M; Yeung, WSB2010261
 
Glycodelin in reproductive endocrinology and hormone-related cancerSeppälä, M; Koistinen, H; Koistinen, R; Hautala, L; Chiu, PC; Yeung, WS2009149
 
Cumulus-associated α2-macroglobulin derivative retains proconceptive glycodelin-C in the human cumulus matrixChung, MK; Chiu, PCN; Lee, CL; Pang, RTK; Ng, EHY; Lee, KF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Yeung, WSB200971
 
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, PCN2009379
 
Glycodelin-A as a modulator of trophoblast invasionLam, KKW; Chiu, PCN; Chung, MK; Lee, CL; Lee, KF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Yeung, WSB2009240
 
Effects of glycodelins on functional competence of spermatozoaYeung, WSB; Lee, KF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppälä, M; Chiu, PCN2009138
 
Comparison of the priming effect between glycodelin-A and progesterone on zona pellucida-induced acrosome reaction in human sperm.Wong, ST; Chiu, CN; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB2008125
 
Priming effect of glycodelin-A on zona pellucida-induced acrosome reaction in human spermWong, BST; Chiu, CN; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB200778
 
Cumulus oophorus-associated glycodelin-C displaces sperm-bound glycodelin-A and -F and stimulates spermatozoa-zona pellucida bindingChiu, PCN; Chung, MK; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Ng, EHY; Lee, KF; Yeung, WSB2007152
 
Glycosylation related actions of glycodelin: Gamete, cumulus cell, immune cell and clinical associationsSeppälä, M; Koistinen, H; Koistinen, R; Chiu, PCN; Yeung, WSB2007245
 
Glycodelin: a molecule with multi-functions on spermatozoa.Yeung, WS; Lee, KF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Chiu, PC2007125
 
Glycodelin-A interacts with fucosyltransferase on human sperm plasma membrane to inhibit spermatozoa-zona pellucida bindingChiu, PCN; Chung, MK; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Ng, EHY; Lee, KF; Yeung, WSB2007250
 
Glycodelin-C receptor on human spermatozoa.Tam, VCG; Chiu, CN; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, M; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB200769
 
Glycodelin as a modulator of sperm functionYeung, WSB; Chiu, CN; Lee, CKF; Seppala, M; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H200670
 
Priming effect of glycodelin-A on zona pellucida-induced acrosome reaction in human spermWong, ST; Chiu, CN; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB200676
 
Glycodelin: A molecule with multi-functions on spermatozoa.Yeung, WSB; Lee, CKF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Chiu, CN200657
 
Roles of glycodelin in modulating sperm functionYeung, WSB; Lee, KF; Koistinen, R; Koistinen, H; Seppala, M; Ho, PC; Chiu, PCN200691
 
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