Browsing by Author WANG JINGBO

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2014Potentially functional SNPs (pfSNPs) as novel genomic predictors of 5-FU response in metastatic colorectal cancer patientsWang J. ; Wang X. ; Zhao M.; Choo S.P.; Ong S.J.; Ong S.Y.K.; Chong S.S. ; Teo Y.Y. ; Lee C.G.L. 
2009Predicting potentially functional SNPs in drug-response genesPang, G.S.Y.; Wang, Z. ; Lee, C.G.L. ; Wang, J. 
2008Profiling microRNA expression in hepatocellular carcinoma reveals microRNA-224 up-regulation and apoptosis inhibitor-5 as a microRNA-224-specific targetWang, Y.; Ma, J.Z.I.; Wang, J. ; Lee, C.G.L. ; Lee, A.T.C.; Ren, J.; Tantoso, E.; Li, K.-B.; Ooi, L.L.P.J.; Tan, P.; Yang, Y.
2007Signatures of recent positive selection at the ATP-binding cassette drug transporter uperfamily gene lociWang, Z. ; Wang, J. ; Lee, C.G.L. ; Chong, S.S. ; Tantoso, E.; Wang, B.; Tai, A.Y.P.; Ooi, L.L.P.J.
2007Signatures of recent positive selection at the ATP-binding cassette drug transporter uperfamily gene lociWang, Z. ; Wang, J. ; Lee, C.G.L. ; Chong, S.S. ; Tantoso, E.; Wang, B.; Tai, A.Y.P.; Ooi, L.L.P.J.
2009The G allele of SNP E1/A118G at the μ-opioid receptor gene locus shows genomic evidence of recent positive selectionPang, G.S.Y.; Wang, Z. ; Goh, C.; Lee, C.G.L. ; Wang, J. 
2006The promoter region of the MDR1 gene is largely invariant, but different single nucleotide polymorphism haplotypes affect MDR1 promoter activity differently in different cell linesWang, B.; Ngoi, S.; Lee, C.G.L. ; Wang, J. ; Chong, S.S.
2006The promoter region of the MDR1 gene is largely invariant, but different single nucleotide polymorphism haplotypes affect MDR1 promoter activity differently in different cell linesWang, B.; Ngoi, S.; Lee, C.G.L. ; Wang, J. ; Chong, S.S.