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Effects of Qigong exercise on quality of life and cognitive functioning in people with cancerChan, HY; Yuen, LP; Lee, T; Chan, JSM; Sham, JST; Chan, CLW201353
Effects of Qigong exercise and its dose-response relationship in reducing fatigue for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: a randomized waitlist-controlled trialChan, JSM; Yuen, LP; Chan, THY; Ho, RTH; Sham, JST; Chan, CLW201255
The long-term and anti-aging effects of qigong on patients with chronic fatigue syndromeHo, RTH; Chan, JSM; Yuen, LP; Chan, HY; Sham, JST; Chan, CLW201284
A randomized controlled trial of qigong exercise on fatigue symptoms, functioning, and telomerase activity in persons with chronic fatigue or chronic fatigue syndromeHo, RTH; Chan, JSM; Wang, CW; Lau, BWM; So, KF; Yuen, LP; Sham, JST; Chan, CLW2012165
From the body to the mind: exercise for emotional healingChan, CLW; Yuen, LP; Wong, VPY201131
Efficacy of Qiqong in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome: A prospective randomized controlled trialChan, JSM; Yuen, LP; Leung, KT; Wong, B; Ho, TH; Chan, CLW2011117
Gonadotropin-induced apoptosis in human ovarian surface epithelial cells is associated with cyclooxygenase-2 up-regulation via the β-catenin/T-cell factor signaling pathwayYuen, LP; Wong, AST200655
Ginsenoside-Rg1 induces vascular endothelial growth factor expression through the glucocorticoid receptor-related phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase/Akt and β-catenin/T-cell factor-dependent pathway in human endothelial cellsKar, WL; Yuen, LP; Wong, RNS; Wong, AST200660
Gonadotropins regulate N-cadherin-mediated human ovarian surface epithelial cell survival at both post-translational and transcriptional levels through a cyclic AMP/protein kinase a pathwayYuen, LP; Auersperg, N; Wong, AST2005156
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