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Temperature-dependent toxicity: is an assessment factor of 10 appropriate for ecological risk assessment?Lau, TCE; Li, J; Yi, X; Karraker, NE; Leung, KMY201266
 
Temperature-dependent variability in toxicity: is an assessment factor of 10 appropriate for ecological risk assessment?Lau, TCE; Li, J; Yi, X; Karraker, NE; Leung, KMY201138
 
Determining molecular to population level effects of triphenyltin chloride on the marine copepod Tigriopus japonicusYi, X; Lee, JS; Leung, KMY201169
 
Enhanced detection of early hepatocellular carcinoma by serum SELDI-TOF proteomic signature combined with alpha-fetoprotein markerChen, L; Ho, DWY; Lee, NPY; Sun, S; Lam, B; Wong, KF; Yi, X; Lau, GK; Ng, EWY; Poon, TCW; Lai, PBS; Cai, Z; Peng, J; Leng, X; Poon, RTP; Luk, JM2010288
 
A protein-based set of reference markers for liver tissues and hepatocellular carcinomaSun, S; Yi, X; Poon, RTP; Yeung, C; Day, PJR; Luk, JM2009141
 
Association of mortalin (HSPA9) with liver cancer metastasis and prediction for early tumor recurrenceYi, X; Luk, JM; Lee, NP; Peng, J; Leng, X; Guan, XY; Lau, GK; Beretta, L; Fan, ST200894
 
Mortalin-2 is an accurate prognostic biomarker for early recurrence of liver carcinoma (Abstract)Luk, JMC; Yi, X; Lee, PY; Guan, XY; Lau, G; Fan, ST2007150
 
Mitochondrial heat shock protein 75 9MTHSP75) is a predictive marker for early tumor recurrence in hepatocellular carcinoma (Abstract)Luk, JMC; Yi, X; Fan, ST200659
 
Applicability of proteomic biomarkers set to distinguish hepatocellular carcinoma from non-tumor and healthy liver tissuesLuk, JMC; Lam, BYH; Yi, X; Peng, J; Leng, X; Fan, ST200575
 
Applicability of proteomic biomarkers set to distinguish hepatocellular carcinoma from non-tumor and healthy liver tissuesLuk, JMC; Lam, BKY; Yi, X; Peng, J; Leng, X; Fan, ST200577
 
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