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Novel insights into the hallmarks of human nucleus pulposus cells
Proceedings/Conference:
Global Spine Congress, GSC 2013
Wang, HQ; Liu, ZH; Chen, YF; Zhang, YZ; Zhang, WL; Wan, ZY; Sun, Z; Samartzis, D; Luo, ZJ201340
 
Deregulated miR-155 promotes Fas-mediated apoptosis in human intervertebral disc degeneration by targeting FADD and caspase-3
Journal:
Journal of Pathology
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons. The Journal's web site is located at http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jhome/1130
Wang, HQ; Yu, XD; Liu, ZH; Cheng, X; Samartzis, D; Jia, LT; Wu, SX; Huang, J; Chen, J; Luo, ZJ2011257
 
'Spring-back' closure associated with open-door cervical laminoplasty
Journal:
The Spine Journal
Publisher:
Elsevier BV. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.elsevier.com/locate/spinee
Wang, HQ; Mak, KC; Samartzis, D; El-Fiky, T; Wong, YW; Luo, ZJ; Kang, X; Cheung, WY; Luk, KDK; Cheung, KMC2011311
 
Spring-back closure associated with open-door cervical laminoplastyWang, HQ; Mak, KC; Samartzis, D; El-fiky, T; Wong, YW; Luo, ZJ; Kang, X; Cheung, WY; Luk, KDK; Cheung, KMC2009114
 
A splicing mutation in the ext2 gene affects messenger RNA stability in a family with hereditary multiple exostoses
Proceedings/Conference:
XIXth Meeting of the Federation of the European Connective Tissue Societies, Taormina-Giardini Noxos, Italy. 9-13 July
Chan, D; Yang, L; Hui, WS; Chan, WCW; Huang, J; Shum, DKY; Cheung, KMC; Luo, ZJ; Cheah, KSE2004107
 
Culture of chondrocytes of hereditary multiple exostosis in vitro
Journal:
Chinese Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation
Yang, L; Luo, ZJ; Ji, Q; Jin, XB; Chan, D; Hui, WS; Huang, JD; Cheung, KMC; Cheah, KSE2003160
 
Molecular and mutation analysis of hereditary multiple exostoses
Proceedings/Conference:
British Cancer Research Meeting 2002, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Hui, WS; Cheah, KSE; Huang, J; Cheung, KMC; Yang, L; Luo, ZJ; Savarirayan, R; Chan, D200286
 
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