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Exchange protein activated by cAMP 1 (Epac1)-deficient mice develop β-cell dysfunction and metabolic syndromeKai, AKL; Lam, AKM; Chen, Y; Tai, ACP; Zhang, X; Lai, AKW; Yeung, PKK; Tam, S; Wang, J; Lam, KSL; Vanhoutte, PMGR; Bos, JL; Chung, SM; Xu, A; Chung, SK201349
 
Nuclear factor of activated T cells 5 deficiency increases the severity of neuronal cell death in ischemic injuryMak, MC; Lo, ACY; Lam, AKM; Yeung, PKK; Ko, BCB; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK201239
 
Selective over-expression of endothelin-1 in endothelial cells exacerbates inner retinal edema and neuronal death in ischemic retinaCheung, SSF; Leung, JWC; Lam, AKM; Lam, KSL; Chung, SSM; Lo, ACY; Chung, SK2011120
 
Generation and characterization of sodium-dicarboxylate cotransporter-deficient miceHo, HTB; Ko, BCB; Cheung, AKH; Lam, AKM; Tam, S; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200799
 
Phenotypes developed in secretin receptor-null mice indicated a role for secretin in regulating renal water reabsorptionChu, JYS; Chung, SCK; Lam, AKM; Tam, S; Chung, SK; Chow, BKC2007203
 
NFAT5 deficiency increases the severity of neuronal cell death in ischemicMak, MC; Lo, ACY; Lam, AKM; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK200676
 
Osmotic Response Element Binding Protein (OREBP) is essential for water reabsorption in the kidneyLam, AKM; Ko, CB; Tam, S; Knepper, MA; Morris, R; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200472
 
Osmotic response element-binding protein (OREBP) is an essential regulator of the urine concentrating mechanismLam, AKM; Ko, BCB; Tam, S; Morris, R; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200495
 
Osmotic Response Element Binding Protein (OREBP) is essential for water reabsorption in kidneyLam, AKM; Ko, CB; Tam, SCF; Knepper, MA; Morris, R; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200482
 
Overexpression of dominant-negative osmotic response element binding protein (OREBP) in kidney resulting in polydipsic and polyuric phenotypeKo, CB; Lam, AKM; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200375
 
Osmotic Response Element Binding Protein is essential for water reabsorption in kidneyLam, AKM; Ko, CB; Tam, SCF; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200375
 
Overexpression of dominant-negative osmotic respose element binding protein (OREBP) in kidney resulting in polydipsic and polyuric phenotypesKo, CB; Lam, AKM; Chung, SK; Tam, S; Knepper, M; Yang, JY; Chung, SSM200375
 
Fyn and p38 signaling are both required for maximal hypertonic activation of the osmotic response element-binding protein/tonicity-responsive enhancer-binding protein (OREBP/TonEBP)Ko, BCB; Lam, AKM; Kapus, A; Fan, L; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200295
 
Generation of osmotic response element binding protein (OREBP) knockout miceLam, AKM; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200263
 
Removal of halogenated aliphatic compounds - a molecular approachLam, AKM; Tsang, JSH1998117
 
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