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Jan-1994Effects of NH4Cl and nocodazole on polarized fibronectin secretion vary amongst different epithelial cell types.Low, S.H. ; Wong, S.H. ; Tang, B.L. ; Hong, W. 
21-Jan-1994Golgi retardation in Madin-Darby canine kidney and Chinese hamster ovary cells of a transmembrane chimera of two surface proteinsLow, S.H. ; Tang, B.L. ; Wong, S.H. ; Hong, W. 
25-Sep-1991Inhibition by brefeldin A of protein secretion from the apical cell surface of Madin-Darby canine kidney cellsLow, S.H. ; Wong, S.H. ; Tang, B.L. ; Tan, P. ; Subramaniam, V.N. ; Hong, W. 
15-Oct-1991Involvement of both vectorial and transcytotic pathways in the preferential apical cell surface localization of rat dipeptidyl peptidase IV in transfected LLC-PK1 CellsLow, S.H. ; Wong, S.H. ; Tang, B.L. ; Hong, W. 
Jan-1993Molecular cloning, characterization, subcellular localization and dynamics of p23, the mammalian KDEL receptorTang, B.L.; Wong, S.H. ; Qi, X.L. ; Low, S.H. ; Hong, W. 
Nov-1990Prevalence of human papillomavirus types 16 and 18 in cervical carcinomas: A study by dot and southern blot hybridization and the polymerase chain reactionLow, S.-H. ; Thong, T.-W.; Ho, T.-H.; Lee, Y.-S. ; Morita, T.; Singh, M.; Yap, E.-H. ; Chan, Y.-C. 
1995Retardation of a surface protein chimera at the cis GolgiLow, S.H. ; Tang, B.L. ; Wong, S.H. ; Hong, W. 
5-Apr-1992Retention of a type II surface membrane protein in the endoplasmic reticulum by the lys-asp-glu-leu sequenceTang, B.L. ; Wong, S.H. ; Low, S.H. ; Hong, W. 
1995Segregation of ERGIC53 and the mammalian KDEL receptor upon exit from the 15°C compartmentTang, B.L. ; Low, S.H. ; Hauri, H.-P.; Hong, W. 
Jul-1992Selective inhibition of protein targeting to the apical domain of MDCK cells by brefeldin ALow, S.H. ; Tang, B.L. ; Wong, S.H. ; Hong, W. 
Apr-1992The 17-residue transmembrane domain of β-galactoside α2,6-sialyltransferase is sufficient for golgi retentionWong, S.H. ; Low, S.H. ; Hong, W. 
15-May-1992The transmembrane domain of N-glucosaminyltransferase I contains a Golgi retention signalTang, B.L. ; Wong, S.H. ; Low, S.H. ; Hong, W.