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Characterization of Heparanase 1 and Heparanase 2 at Hippocampus
Proceeding/Conference:19th Research Postgraduate Symposium, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong, December 10 & 11, 2014.
2014
2011
171
 
2011
184
 
2009
130
 
2006
92
 
Change in the composition of perineuronal nets of central vestibular neurons following unilateral labyrinthectomy
Proceeding/Conference:Proceedings of the 4th Congress of FAONS, Nov 30 - Dec 2
2006
109
 
2008
158
 
Changes in perineuronal nets within the rat vestibular nuclei during development and after unilateral labyrinthectomy
Proceeding/Conference:Proceedings of Physiology Symposium of Taiwan and Hong Kong, Feb 17-18
2006
117
 
Changes in perineuronal nets within the rat vestibular nuclei during postnatal development and in injury
Proceeding/Conference:Society for Neuroscience (USA) Oct 14-18 Altanta, GA, USA
2006
104
 
Changes in Perineuronal Nets within the Rat Vestibular Nuclei during Postnatal Development and in Injury.
Proceeding/Conference:11th Research Postgraduate Symposium, 7 Dec. 2006. The University of Hong Kong, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine
2006
109
 
Cloning and characterization of a Sprague-Dawley rat a-globin gene haplotype
Proceeding/Conference:Eighth Annual Genome Mapping and Sequencing Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York
1995
101
 
2014
129
 
Developmental assembly of neural correlates for head direction
Proceeding/Conference:International Symposium on Physiomics and Taiwan-Hong Kong Physiology Symposium
2013
35
 
2012
108
 
2010
265
2014
50
 
2008
124
 
Differential involvement of perineuronal net components in functional modifications of rat vesticular nucelar neurons
Proceeding/Conference:Abstracts of Third International Symposium on Healthy Aging - Improving the Health of an Aging Population: 3. March 1-2
2008
100
 
2009
103
 
The differential role of glutamate receptors in postnatal spatial recognition. Journal of Neurochemistry, 106 Suppl: 6
Proceeding/Conference:8th Biennial Meeting of Asia-Pacific Society for Neurochemistry. Shanghai, China. June 24-27
2008
136