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Aldose reductase in diabetic microvascular complicationsChung, SSM; Chung, SK2005103
 
Aldose reductase in naphthalene cataractLee, YW; Chung, SSM199775
 
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, JY200490
 
Aldose reductase-deficient mice are alleviated from the depletion of GSH in the peripheral nerve and MNCV deficit associated with diabetesHo, ECM; Lam, KSL; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK200177
 
Aldose reductase-deficient mice are alleviated from the depletion of GSH in the peripheral nerve and MNCV deficit associated with diabetesHo, ECM; Lam, KSL; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK200192
 
Aldose reductase-deficient mice are protected from delayed motor nerve conduction velocity, increased c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase activation, depletion of reduced glutathione, increased superoxide accumulation, and DNA damageHo, ECM; Lam, KSL; Yuk, SC; Yip, JCW; Arvindakshan, M; Yamagishi, SI; Yagihashi, S; Oates, PJ; Ellery, CA; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK2006154
 
Aldose reductase-deficient mice are protected from motor nerve conduction deficit associated with diabetesHo, ECM; Lam, KSL; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK200073
 
Aldose reductase-deficient mice are protected from reduction of nerve conduction associated with diabetesHo, ECM; Lam, KSL; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK2000120
 
Aldose reductase-deficient mice develop nephrogenic diabetes insipidusHo, HTB; Chung, SK; Law, JWS; Ko, BCB; Tam, SCF; Brooks, HL; Knepper, MA; Chung, SSM2000322
 
Aldose reductase-deficient mice with diabetes are protected from the motor nerve conduction velocity deficit and axonal atrophyChung, SK200285
 
Aldose reductive-deficiency mice show alternated activation of JNK1 in the sciatic nerve under diabetic conditionHo, CME; Lam, KSL; Yanmagishi, SI; Yagihashi, S; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK200383
 
Antioxidant enzymes and ascorbic acid protects Xenopus laevis embryos against alcohol-induced neural injuryWong, GW; Kok, KH; Kwok, KH; Fung, PCW; Kung, H; Lin, MC200177
 
Antioxidant enzymes protect Xenopus laevis embryos against alcohol-induced neural injuryWong, GW; Kok, KH; Kwok, KH; Fung, PCW; Knoops, B; Kung, H; Lin, MC2000100
 
Antisense Targeting Protein Kinase C Alpha Inhibit Gastric Carcinogenesis in VivoJiang, X; Lam, SK; Lin, MC; Tu, S; Cui, J; Kung, H; Wong, BCY200391
 
The APC regulator CDH1 is essential for the progression of embryonic cell cycles in XenopusZhou, Y; Ching, YP; Ng, RWM; Jin, DY200298
 
Are promotor variants of the glucokinase gene predictive of the development of diabetes in subjects with impaired glucose tolerance?Zhang, M; Wat, NMS; Tso, AWK; Chung, SSM; Lam, KSL200084
 
Astrocytic endothelin-1 leads to blood-brain barrier disruption resulting in increased infarct, brain edema and more severe neurological deficits after experimental strokeLo, ACY; Wu, WH; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK200383
 
Astrocytic over-expression of endothelin-1 in mice increases infarct and neurological deficits after experimental stroke (Poster presentation)Lo, ACY; Chen, AYS; Tsang, MCS; Ho, MCY; Koon, HW; Chung, SSM; Chung, SK200282
 
b-Amyloid Precursor Protein (APP) and APP-RNA are rapidly affected by glutamate in cultured neuronsWilloughby, DA; Rozovsky, I; Lo, ACY; Finch, CE1995122
 
Bilirubin Upregulates Interleukin-6 Expression in Endothelia CellsLiang, X; Chung, SK; Yeung, CY; Cheung, PT199893
 
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