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Observing and quantifying airflows in the infection control of aerosol- and airborne-transmitted diseases: An overview of approachesTang, JW; Noakes, CJ; Nielsen, PV; Eames, I; Nicolle, A; Li, Y; Settles, GS2011465
 
Features of the new pandemic influenza A/H1N1/2009 virus: Virology, epidemiology, clinical and public health aspectsTang, JW; Shetty, N; Lam, TTY201033
 
Emerging, novel, and known influenza virus infections in humansTang, JW; Shetty, N; Lam, TTY; Hon, KLE201051
 
Use of phylogenetics in the molecular epidemiology and evolutionary studies of viral infectionsLam, TTY; Hon, CC; Tang, JW201075
 
Airborne transmission of disease in hospitalsEames, I; Tang, JW; Li, Y; Wilson, P2009356
 
Evaluation of Epstein-Barr virus antigen-based immunoassays for serological diagnosis of nasopharyngeal carcinomaTang, JW; Rohwäder, E; Chu, IMT; Tsang, RKY; Steinhagen, K; Yeung, ACM; To, KF; Chan, PKS2007119
 
Role of ventilation in airborne transmission of infectious agents in the built environment - A multidisciplinary systematic reviewLi, Y; Leung, GM; Tang, JW; Yang, X; Chao, CYH; Lin, JZ; Lu, JW; Nielsen, PV; Niu, J; Qian, H; Sleigh, AC; Su, HJJ; Sundell, J; Wong, TW; Yuen, PL2007176
 
Characterizing 56 complete SARS-CoV S-gene sequences from Hong KongTang, JW; Cheung, JLK; Chu, IMT; Ip, M; Hui, M; Peiris, M; Chan, PKS200780
 
Transmission of influenza A in human beingsTang, JW; Li, Y200750
 
Modelling the removal of contaminated ballast waterGreig, AR; Eames, I; Tang, JW; Li, Y200698
 
Factors involved in the aerosol transmission of infection and control of ventilation in healthcare premisesTang, JW; Li, Y; Eames, I; Chan, PKS; Ridgway, GL200690
 
The large 386-nt deletion in SARS-associated coronavirus: Evidence for quasispecies?Tang, JW; Cheung, JLK; Chu, IMT; Sung, JJY; Peiris, M; Chan, PKS200683
 
Cancer immunotherapy targeting the telomerase reverse transcriptase.Huo, LF; Tang, JW; Huang, JJ; Huang, PT; Huang, CF; Kung, HF; Lin, MC2006157
 
Influence of Fcγ RIIA and MBL polymorphisms on severe acute respiratory syndromeYuan, FF; Tanner, J; Chan, PKS; Biffin, S; Dyer, WB; Geczy, AF; Tang, JW; Hui, DSC; Sung, JJY; Sullivan, JS200581
 
Door-opening motion can potentially lead to a transient breakdown in negative-pressure isolation conditions: The importance of vorticity and buoyancy airflowsTang, JW; Eames, I; Li, Y; Taha, YA; Wilson, P; Bellingan, G; Ward, KN; Breuer, J2005181
 
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