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1996
49
 
Association of transforming growth factor-B with cytodifferentiation of prostatic dunning tumor
Proceeding/Conference:Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research
1995
31
 
Basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) and cytodifferentiation of prostatic Dunning Tumour (DT)
Proceeding/Conference:Asia Pacific Society of Bioscientists (APSB): First International Symposium and Workshop
1994
33
 
2000
41
 
Changes of biomarkers in hormone-induced prostatic carcinogenesis in the rat
Proceeding/Conference:The 1st Asian Pacific International Congress of Anatomists
1996
41
 
Changes of expression of androgen (AR) and estrogen receptor (ER) in the progression of rat prostate cancer
Proceeding/Conference:International Symposium on Biology of Prostate Growth
1996
34
 
Changes of growth factors and biomarkers during hormone-induced prostatic carcinogenesis in the rat
Proceeding/Conference:First Asia-Pacific Anatomical Conference, National University Singapore, Singapore
1995
27
 
2008
38
 
Data reduction in integrated reverse engineering and rapid prototyping
Journal:International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing
1999
90
 
2013
32
 
1996
34
 
1994
24
 
2009
168
 
Early changes of biomarkers during hormone-induced prostatic carcinogenesis in the rat
Proceeding/Conference:Keystone Symposia: Breast and Prostate Cancer: Basic Mechanisms
1996
35
 
The evaluation of serum and tissue zinc levels in sex hormone-induced prostatic carcinogenesis in the Noble (Nb) rat
Proceeding/Conference:98 International Symposium on Biology of Prostate Growth, NIH
1998
28
 
1994
20
 
Generation of an STL File from 3D Measurement Data with User-Controlled Data Reduction
Journal:International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
1999
92
 
1999
61
 
2000
37
 
Haptic modeling for a virtual coordinate measuring machine
Journal:International Journal of Production Research
2005
174