Browsing by Author Lee, S.-T.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2013De novo 2.3 Mb microdeletion of 1q32.2 involving the Van der Woude Syndrome locusTan, E.-C. ; Lim, E.C.; Lee, S.-T.
2003Dietary compounds inhibit proliferation and contraction of keloid and hypertrophic scar-derived fibroblasts in vitro: Therapeutic implication for excessive scarringPhan, T.-T. ; Lee, S.-T.; Sun, L.; Bay, B.-H. ; Chan, S.-Y. 
1-Jun-2003Dietary compounds inhibit proliferation and contraction of keloid and hypertrophic scar-derived fibroblasts in vitro: Therapeutic implication for excessive scarringPhan, T.-T.; Sun, L.; Bay, B.-H.; Chan, S.-Y. ; Lee, S.-T.
2002Differences in collagen production between normal and keloid-derived fibroblasts in serum-media co-culture with keloid-derived keratinocytesPhan, T.-T.; Lim, I.J. ; Bay, B.-H. ; Qi, R.; Huynh, H.T.; Lee, S.-T.; Longaker, M.T.
2002Fibroblasts cocultured with keloid keratinocytes: Normal fibroblasts secrete collagen in a keloidlike mannerLim, I.J. ; Phan, T.-T. ; Longaker, M.T.; Bay, B.-H. ; Qi, R. ; Huynh, H. ; Lee, S.-T.; Tan, W.T.-L. 
2003Role of IGF system of mitogens in the induction of fibroblast proliferation by keloid-derived keratinocytes in vitroPhan, T.-T. ; Lee, S.-T.; Lim, I.J.; Bay, B.H. ; Qi, R.; Huynh, H.; Longaker, M.
2004Suppression of transforming growth factor beta/Smad signaling in keloid-derived fibroblasts by quercetin: Implications for the treatment of excessive scarsPhan, T.-T. ; Lee, S.-T.; Lim, I.J. ; Chan, S.-Y. ; Tan, E.-K.; Longaker, M.T.
Nov-2004Suppression of transforming growth factor beta/Smad signaling in keloid-derived fibroblasts by quercetin: Implications for the treatment of excessive scarsPhan, T.-T.; Lim, I.J.; Chan, S.-Y. ; Tan, E.-K.; Lee, S.-T.; Longaker, M.T.
17-Oct-2003Synchronous Activation of ERK and Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Pathways Is Required for Collagen and Extracellular Matrix Production in KeloidsLim, I.J. ; Phan, T.-T. ; Tan, E.-K.; Nguyen, T.-T.T.; Tran, E.; Longaker, M.T.; Song, C.; Lee, S.-T.; Huynh, H.-T.