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miR-135a leads to cervical cancer cell transformation through regulation of β-catenin via a SIAH1-dependent ubiquitin proteosomal pathway
Journal:
Carcinogenesis
LEUNG, ON; Deng, W; Ye, T; Ngan, HYS; Tsao, GSW; Cheung, ANY; Pang, RTK; Yeung, WSB20143
 
Cervical cancer CD133 positive cells possess tumor initiating cells properties
Proceedings/Conference:
International Journal of Gynecological Cancer
Publisher:
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.ijgc.net/
Pang, RTK; Leung, CON; Ye, T; Ngan, HYS; Cheung, ANY; Yeung, WSB201369
 
Role of microRNA-135a in cervical cancer transformation and development.
Proceedings/Conference:
17th Research Postgraduate Symposium, RPS 2012
Publisher:
LKS faculty of Medicine, HKU
Leung, ON; Pang, RTK; Ye, T; Deng, W; Tsao, GSW; Ngan, HYS; Cheung, ANY; Yeung, WSB201251
 
MiR-135a involves in the formation of tumor-initiating cells in cervical cancer
Proceedings/Conference:
HKSEMR 2011
Leung, ON; Pang, RTK; Ye, T; Cheung, ANY; Yeung, WSB201174
 
Comparison of early embryo attachment under atmospheric condition and oxygen tension on a three-dimensional endometrium-blastocyst implantation model
Proceedings/Conference:
HKSEMR 2011
Ye, T; Pang, RTK; Leung, ON; Kwan, CK; Yeung, WSB201164
 
Comparison of early embryo attachment under atmospheric condition and oxygen tension on a three-dimensional endometrium-blastocyst implantation model
Proceedings/Conference:
The Hong Kong Society of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Reproduction
Ye, T; Pang, RTK; LEUNG, ON; KWAN, CK20112
 
LC MS-MS based proteomic identification of endometrial proteins responsible for embryo implantation
Proceedings/Conference:
Annual Scientific Meeting and Annual General Meeting of the Hong Kong Society of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Reproduction
Ye, T; Pang, RTK; Leung, ON; Kwan, PC; Lee, CKF201096
 
An in vitro system for mouse implantation study
Proceedings/Conference:
Annual Scientific Meeting and Annual General Meeting of the Hong Kong Society of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Reproduction
Publisher:
Hong Kong Society of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Reproduction.
Ye, T; Pang, RTK; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB200989
 
Identification of endometrial proteins responsible for embryo implantation using comparative proteomic study
Proceedings/Conference:
Research Postgraduate Symposium
Publisher:
The University of Hong Kong.
Ye, T; Pang, RTK; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB200998
 
PTK787/ZK22258 attenuates stellate cell activation and hepatic fibrosis in vivo by inhibiting VEGF signaling
Journal:
Laboratory Investigation
Publisher:
Nature Publishing Group. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.nature.com/labinvest/
Liu, Y; Lui, ELH; Friedman, SL; Li, L; Ye, T; Chen, Y; Poon, RT; Wo, J; Kok, TW; Fan, ST2009274
 
Therapeutic targeting of the PDGF and TGF-Β-signaling pathways in hepatic stellate cells by PTK787/ZK22258
Journal:
Laboratory Investigation
Publisher:
Nature Publishing Group. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.nature.com/labinvest/
Liu, Y; Wen, XM; Lui, ELH; Friedman, SL; Cui, W; Ho, NPS; Li, L; Ye, T; Fan, ST; Zhang, H2009199
 
Identification of uterine proteins responsible for embryo implantation by comparative proteomics analysis.Ye, T; Pang, RTK; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB2008109
 
Identification and characterization of E3 ubiquitin ligase SIAH1 as a regulatory target of microRNA-135A in HeLa cells.Leung, ON; Pang, RTK; Liu, W; Ye, T; Lee, CKF; Yeung, WSB2008116
 
PGMAP: a privacy guaranteed mutual authentication protocol conforming to EPC class 1 gen 2 standards
Proceedings/Conference:
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on e-Business Engineering, ICEBE 2008
Publisher:
IEEE.
Wang, J; Wong, EC; Ye, T2008240
 
Enantiocontrol in intermolecular cyclopropanations: Use of diazosulfonate esters
Journal:
New Journal of Chemistry
Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.rsc.org/njc
Ye, T; Zhou, C200563
 
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