Browsing by Author Teng, F.Y.H.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2006Axonal regeneration in adult CNS neurons - Signaling molecules and pathwaysTeng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L. 
2008Cell autonomous function of Nogo and reticulons: The emerging story at the endoplasmic reticulumTeng, F.Y.H.; Bor, L.T. 
2006Coaxing bone marrow stromal mesenchymal stem cells towards neuronal differentiation: Progress and uncertaintiesChen, Y.; Teng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L. 
2009Emerging cues mediating astroglia lineage restriction of progenitor cells in the injured/diseased adult CNSTeng, F.Y.H.; Hor, C.H.H.; Tang, B.L. 
2004Nogo-66 and myelin-associated glycoprotein (MAG) inhibit the adhesion and migration of Nogo-66 receptor expressing human glioma cellsLiao, H.; Duka, T.; Sun, L.; Xiao, Z.-C. ; Teng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L. ; Bu, W.-Y.; Ahmed, S.
2008Nogo-A and Nogo-66 receptor in amyotrophic lateral sclerosisTeng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L. 
3-Nov-2003Nogo-A at CNS paranodes is a ligand of Caspr: Possible regulation of K + channel localizationNie, D.-Y.; Zhou, Z.-H.; Ang, B.-T. ; Teng, F.Y.H.; Xu, G.; Xiang, T.; Wang, C.-Y.; Zeng, L.; Takeda, Y.; Xu, T.-L.; Ng, Y.-K.; Faivre-Sarrailh, C.; Popko, B.; Ling, E.-A.; Schachner, M.; Watanabe, K.; Pallen, C.J.; Tang, B.L. ; Xiao, Z.-C.
2003Nogo-A at CNS paranodes is a ligand of Caspr: Possible regulation of K+channel localizationNie, D.-Y.; Zhou, Z.-H.; Ang, B.-T. ; Xu, G.; Xiang, T.; Wang, C.-Y.; Xiao, Z.-C. ; Nie, D.-Y.; Ng, Y.-K. ; Ling, E.-A. ; Teng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L. ; Zeng, L.; Pallen, C.J.; Xu, T.-L.; Takeda, Y.; Watanabe, K.; Faivre-Sarrailh, C.; Popko, B.; Schachner, M.
Dec-2013Nogo/RTN4 isoforms and RTN3 expression protect SH-SY5Y cells against multiple death insultsTeng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L. 
2006Open brain gene product Rab23: Expression pattern in the adult mouse brain and functional characterizationGuo, A. ; Wang, T.; Ee, L.N.; Aulia, S.; Kooi, H.C.; Teng, F.Y.H.; Wang, Y.; Bor, L.T. 
2004Structural characterization of the human Nogo-A functional domains: Solution structure of Nogo-40, a Nogo-66 receptor antagonist enhancing injured spinal cord regenerationLi, M.; Shi, J.; Wei, Z.; Teng, F.Y.H.; Bor, L.T.; Song, J. 
2005Why do Nogo/Nogo-66 receptor gene knockouts result in inferior regeneration compared to treatment with neutralizing agents?Teng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L.