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Oncogene GAEC1 regulates CAPN10 expression which predicts survival in esophageal squamous cell carcinomaChan, D; Tsoi, MYT; Liu, CD; Chan, SH; Law, SYK; Chan, KW; Chan, YP; Gopalan, V; Lam, AKY; Tang, JCO201330
 
Differential Regulation of FOXM1 Isoforms by RAF/MEK/ERK SignalingYao, KM; Lam, AKY; NGAN, WL; LEUNG, MH; KWOK, CTD; Liu, VWS; Chan, DW; Leung, WYG201324
 
Gene Expression Profiling Identified High-mobility Group AT-hook (HMGA2) as Being Frequently Upregulated in Esophageal Squamous Cell CarcinomaCheung, LCM; Lai, KKY; Lam, AKY; Tang, JCO; Luk, JM; Lee, NP; Chung, Y; Tong, DKH; Law, S201389
 
Quantitative analysis of the expression of TGF-alpha and EGFR in papillary thyroid carcinoma: Clinicopathological relevanceLam, AKY; Lau, KKP; Gopalan, V; Luk, J; Lo, CY2011242
 
Histological regression of squamous esophageal carcinoma assessed by percentage of residual viable cells after neoadjuvant chemoradiation is an important prognostic factorTong, DKH; Law, S; Kwong, DLW; Chan, KW; Lam, AKY; Wong, KH20102,399
 
Prospective randomized study of selective neck dissection versus observation for no neck of early tongue carcinomaYuen, APW; Chiu, MH; Tam, LC; Lap, CT; Wing, YC; Ng, RWM; Wei, WI; Chi, KK; Kwok, SB; Wai, CY; Lam, AKY; Yuen, NWF; TrendellSmith, NJ; Yue, WC; Wong, BYH; Li, GKH; Ho, ACW; Wai, KH; Sau, YW; Yao, TJ2009121
 
Histopathological regression of the primary tumor indicated by percentage of residual viable cells is an important prognostic factor after neoadjuvant chemoradiation therapy for esophageal cancerTong, DKH; Law, SYK; Kwong, DLW; Chan, KW; Lam, AKY; Wong, KH2009181
 
The potential clinical relevance of serum vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and VEGF-C in recurrent papillary thyroid carcinomaYu, XM; Lo, CY; Lam, AKY; Lang, BHH; Leung, P; Luk, JM2008122
 
Treatment outcomes in anaplastic thyroid carcinoma: Survival improvement in young patients with localized disease treated by combination of surgery and radiotherapyYau, T; Lo, CY; Epstein, RJ; Lam, AKY; Wan, KY; Lang, BH2008156
 
Altered E-cadherin expression and p120 catenin localization in esophageal squamous cell carcinomaChung, Y; Lam, AKY; Luk, JM; Law, S; Chan, KW; Lee, PY; Wong, J2007441
 
Clinicopathological roles of alterations of tumor suppressor gene p16 in papillary thyroid carcinomaLam, AKY; Lo, CY; Leung, P; Lang, BHH; Chan, WF; Luk, JM200779
 
Oncogenic properties of a novel gene located in chromosome 5p and its overexpression in human esophageal squamous cell carcinomaTang, WK; Fatima, S; Chui, CH; Ou, TM; Hui, KS; Wong, MM; Wong, J; Law, SYK; Tsao, GSW; Lam, AKY; Beh, SL; Srivastava, G; Ho, KP; Tang, JCO2006103
 
Diffuse sclerosing variant of papillary carcinoma of the thyroid: a 35 year comparative study at a single institutionLam, AKY; Lo, CY2006118
 
Clinical significance of e-cadherin and p120 catenin expression and localization in esophageal squamous cell carcinomaChung, MF; Lam, AKY; Luk, JMC; Law, SYK; Chan, KW; Lee, PY; Wong, J200673
 
Classical and follicular variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma: A comparative study on clinicopathologic features and long-term outcomeLang, BH; Lo, CY; Chan, WF; Lam, AKY; Wan, KY200629
 
Clinical relevance of Fas expression in oesophageal squamous cell carcinomaChan, KW; Lee, PY; Lam, AKY; Law, S; Wong, J; Srivastava, G2006282
 
Papillary carcinoma of thyroid: A 30-yr clinicopathological review of the histological variantsLam, AKY; Lo, CY; Lam, KSL2005132
 
Fas expression is a favorable prognostic factor in esophageal squamous cell carcinomaChan, KW; Lee, PY; Lam, AKY; Law, SYK; Wong, J; Srivastava, G200572
 
The study of p16 and p15 gene methylation in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma and their quantitative evaluation in plasma by real-time PCRWong, TS; Man, MWL; Lam, AKY; Wei, WI; Kwong, YL; Yuen, APW2003112
 
Esophageal blue nevus: an isolated endoscopic finding (Case Report)Lam, AKY; Law, SYK; Chan, GSW2001102
 
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