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Genistein enhances relaxation of the spontaneously hypertensive rat aorta by transactivation of epidermal growth factor receptor following binding to membrane estrogen receptors-α and activation of a G protein-coupled, endothelial nitric oxide synthase-dependent pathwayLin, AHY; Leung, GPH; Leung, SWS; Vanhoutte, PM; Man, RYK2011123
 
The ligand binding properties of human membrane estrogen receptorsLin, AHY; Leung, GPH; Leung, SWS; Man, RYK2010170
 
ER46 is the predominant membrane estrogen receptor at physiological estrogen level in humanLin, AHY; Leung, GPH; Leung, SWS; Man, RYK201059
 
Binding of Genistein with Membrane Estrogen Receptor and the Potentiating Effect of Genistein in Rapid, Non-Genomic Vascular ActionLin, AHY; Leung, GPH; Leung, SWS; Man, RYK200974
 
Rapid, non-genomic vascular actions of genistein involves a G-protein coupled receptorLin, AHY; Leung, GPH; Leung, SWS; Man, RYK200985
 
Genistein acutely potentiates acetylcholine-induced relaxation through a G-protein coupled pathway in spontaneously hypertensive ratsLin, AHY; Leung, GPH; Leung, SWS; Man, RYK200881
 
Receptor and signaling pathways underlying the vascular actions of genisteinLin, AHY; Leung, GPH; Leung, SWS; Man, RYK200766
 
The Lugard TributeHedley, AJ; Lin, AHY200366
 
Building and Funding a Warlord Regime: The Experience of Chen Jitang in Guangdong, 1929-1936Lin, AHY2002170
 
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