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Epigenetic identification of ADAMTS18 as a novel 16q23.1 tumor suppressor frequently silenced in esophageal, nasopharyngeal and multiple other carcinomasJin, H; Wang, X; Ying, J; Wong, AHY; Li, H; Lee, KY; Srivastava, G; Chan, ATC; Yeo, W; Ma, BBY; Putti, TC; Lung, ML; Shen, ZY; Xu, LY; Langford, C; Tao, Q2007151
Proteomic characterization of human serum proteins associated with the fat-derived hormone adiponectinWang, Y; Xu, LY; Lam, KSL; Lu, G; Cooper, GJS; Xu, A2006100
Adiponectin inhibits cell proliferation by interacting with several growth factors in an oligomerization-dependent mannerWang, Y; Lam, KSL; Xu, JY; Lu, G; Xu, LY; Cooper, GJS; Xu, A2005142
The multistage process of carcinogenesis in human esophageal epithelial cells induced by human papillomavirus.Shen, ZY; Xu, LY; Li, EM; Cai, WJ; Shen, J; Chen, MH; Cen, S; Tsao, SW; Zeng, Y200497
The fat-derived hormone adiponectin alleviates alcoholic and nonalcoholic fatty liver diseases in miceXu, A; Wang, Y; Keshaw, H; Xu, LY; Lam, KSL; Cooper, GJS2003494
Hydroxylation and glycosylation of the four conserved lysine residues in the collagenous domain of adiponectin. Potential role in the modulation of its insulin-sensitizing activityWang, Y; Xu, A; Knight, C; Xu, LY; Cooper, GJS200280
Protein Kinase C α-mediated Negative Feedback Regulation Is Responsible for the Termination of Insulin-like Growth Factor I-induced Activation of Nuclear Phospholipase C β1 in Swiss 3T3 CellsXu, A; Wang, Y; Xu, LY; Gilmour, RS200166
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