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Plasma high sensitivity troponin T levels in adult survivors of childhood leukaemias: determinants and associations with cardiac functionCheung, YF; Yu, W; Cheuk, KLD; Cheng, FW; Yang, JY; Yau, JP; Ho, KK; Li, CK; Li, RC; Yuen, HL; Ling, AS; Li, VW; Wong, WK; Tsang, KC; Chan, GCF201322
 
The contribution of life course determinants to early childhood caries: a 2-year cohort studyZhou, Y; Yang, JY; Lo, ECM; Lin, HC2012151
 
Aldose reductase regulates hepatic peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor α phosphorylation and activity to impact lipid homeostasisQiu, L; Wu, X; Chau, JFL; Szeto, IYY; Wing, YT; Guo, Z; Chung, SK; Oates, PJ; Chung, SSM; Yang, JY2008155
 
Genetic restoration of aldose reductase to the collecting tubules restores maturation of the urine concentrating mechanismYang, JY; Tam, WY; Tam, S; Guo, H; Wu, X; Li, G; Chau, JFL; Klein, JD; Chung, SK; Sands, JM; Chung, SSM2006135
 
Possible molecular mechanisms for aldose reductase deficiency-induced diabetes insipidus (Oral presentation)Tam, WY; Yang, JY; Li, GH; Wu, XC; Chau, JFL; Tam, S; Klein, JD; Chung, SK; Sands, JM; Chung, SSM200598
 
Oral epidemiologyLin, HC; Lo, ECM; Yang, JY200598
 
Transgenic mice expressing dominant-negative osmotic-response element-binding protein (OREBP) in lens exhibit fiber cell elongation defect associated with increased DNA breaksWang, Y; Ko, BCB; Yang, JY; Lam, TTL; Jiang, Z; Zhang, J; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM2005155
 
Blocking the polyol pathway protects diabetic mice against hypertriglyceridemiaYang, JY; Wu, XC; Chau, FLJ; Tam, S; Oates, PJ; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM2004102
 
Blocking the polyol pathway protects diabetic mice against hypertriglyceridemiaYang, JY; Wu, XC; Chau, JFL; Tam, S; Oates, PJ; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM2004107
 
Aldose reductase local deficiency in the kidney is sufficient to impair urine concertrating mechanismGuo, H; Wu, XC; Chau, FLJ; Tam, S; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM; Yang, JY200487
 
Osmotic Response Element Binding Protein (OREBP) is essential for water reabsorption in the kidneyLam, AKM; Ko, CB; Tam, S; Knepper, MA; Morris, R; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200472
 
Osmotic response element-binding protein (OREBP) is an essential regulator of the urine concentrating mechanismLam, AKM; Ko, BCB; Tam, S; Morris, R; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200495
 
Osmotic Response Element Binding Protein (OREBP) is essential for water reabsorption in kidneyLam, AKM; Ko, CB; Tam, SCF; Knepper, MA; Morris, R; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200482
 
Aldose reductase deficiency in kidney collecting tubules impairs the urine concentrating mechanismYang, JY; Guo, H; Wu, XC; Chau, FLJ; Tam, S; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM2004146
 
Osmotic Response Element Binding Protein is essential for water reabsorption in kidneyLam, AKM; Ko, CB; Tam, SCF; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200375
 
Overexpression of dominant-negative osmotic respose element binding protein (OREBP) in kidney resulting in polydipsic and polyuric phenotypesKo, CB; Lam, AKM; Chung, SK; Tam, S; Knepper, M; Yang, JY; Chung, SSM200373
 
Transgenic mice of overexpressing a dominant negative form of OREBP developed congenital cataractWang, Y; Ko, CB; Yang, JY; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200275
 
Overexpression of a dominant negative form of OREBP in the lens causes congenital cataract (Abstract)Yang, JY; Ko, CB; Wang, Y; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200273
 
Over-expression of a dominant negative form of OREBP in the lens causes congenital cataractYang, JY; Ko, CB; Wang, Y; Chung, SK; Chung, SSM200283
 
Purification, identification, and characterization of an osmotic reponse element binding protein (OREBP)Ko, CB; Turck, CW; Lee, WY; Yang, JY; Chung, SSM200086
 
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