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2010Syndecan-2 and decorin: Proteoglycans with a difference-implications in keloid pathogenesisMukhopadhyay, A. ; Do, D.V. ; Khoo, A. ; Ong, C.T. ; Lim, I.J. ; Phan, T.T. ; Wong, M.Y.; Chan, S.Y. ; Cheong, H.H.
2007Synergism between hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and nitric oxide (NO) in vasorelaxation induced by stonustoxin (SNTX), a lethal and hypotensive protein factor isolated from stonefish Synanceja horrida venomLiew, H.C.; Khoo, H.E. ; Moore, P.K. ; Bhatia, M.; Moochhala, S.M.; Lu, J.
2007Synergism between hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and nitric oxide (NO) in vasorelaxation induced by stonustoxin (SNTX), a lethal and hypotensive protein factor isolated from stonefish Synanceja horrida venomLiew, H.C. ; Khoo, H.E. ; Moore, P.K. ; Bhatia, M. ; Moochhala, S.M. ; Lu, J. 
2007Synergistic interaction between phenothiazines and antimicrobial agents against Burkholderia pseudomalleiYing, Y.C.; Yong, M.O.; Kim, L.C. 
12-Nov-2010Syntaxin 16 binds to cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator and regulates its membrane trafficking in epithelial cellsGee, H.Y.; Tang, B.L. ; Kim, K.H.; Lee, M.G.
2008Syntaxin 16 is enriched in neuronal dendrites and may have a role in neurite outgrowthChua, C.E.L.; Tang, B.L. 
Nov-2010Syntaxin 16: Unraveling cellular physiology through a ubiquitous SNARE moleculeChen, Y.; Gan, B.Q.; Tang, B.L. 
2006Syntaxin 9 is enriched in skin hair follicle epithelium and interacts with the epidermal growth factor receptorWang, Y. ; Foo, L.Y.; Tang, B.L. ; Guo, K.; Gan, B.Q.; Zeng, Q.; Hong, W.
2006Synthesis and the biological evaluation of 2-benzenesulfonylalkyl-5-substituted-sulfanyl-[1,3,4]-oxadiazoles as potential anti-hepatitis B virus agentsChen, Y.; Kong, K.H. ; Ang, T.H.; Lam, Y. ; Tan, T.M.C. ; Bai, J.; Li, Y. ; Lim, S.G. 
2006Synthesis and the biological evaluation of 2-benzenesulfonylalkyl-5-substituted-sulfanyl-[1,3,4]-oxadiazoles as potential anti-hepatitis B virus agentsChen, Y. ; Kong, K.H.; Ang, T.H.; Lam, Y. ; Tan, T.M.C. ; Bai, J. ; Li, Y.; Lim, S.G. 
1992Synthesis of 2-(p-chlorobenzyl)-3-aryl-6-methoxybenzofurans as selective ligands for antiestrogen-binding sites. Effects on cell proliferation and cholesterol synthesisTeo, C.C.; Kon, O.L. ; Sim, K.Y. ; Ng, S.C. 
1997Synthesis of 3-(p-Halobenzyl)-4-aryl-2H-chromenes as Selective Ligands for Antiestrogen-binding SitesSrikanth, N.; Kon, O.-L. ; Ng, S.-C. ; Sim, K.-Y. 
2-Aug-2019SYNTHETIC ALKALOID ENZYMOLOGY: NEXT-GENERATION PRODUCTION OF ACTIVE PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS AND NUTRICHEMICALSWONG WEI JIE GARRETT
31-Jul-2017SYNTHETIC ENZYMOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN THERAPEUTICS AND BIOREMEDIATIONTAY SONG BUCK, TERENCE
10-Jan-2020SYNTHETIC ENZYMOLOGY FOR NEXT-GENERATION-OMICS APPLICATIONSCHUA PUAY SUAN, JASMINE
2004Systematic analysis snake neurotoxins' functional classification using a data warehousing approachSiew, J.P.Y.; Khan, A.M.; Tan, P.T.J.; Koo, C.Y.; Chai, S.C.; Armugam, A. ; Jeyaseelan, K. ; Koh, J.L.Y.; Seah, S.H.; Brusic, V.
1985Systematic errors in conductimetric instrumentation due to bubble adhesions on the electrodes: An experimental assessmentNeelakantaswamy, P.S.; Rajaratnam, A.; Kisdnasamy, S.; Das, N.P. 
15-Apr-2013Systematic parameter estimation in data-rich environments for cell signalling dynamicsNim, T.H.; Luo, L.; Clément, M.-V. ; White, J.K.; Tucker-Kellogg, L. 
10-Apr-2005Systems biology is all noise [7]Dhar, P.K. 
Jan-2012Systems wide analyses of lipids in the brainstem during inflammatory orofacial pain - evidence of increased phospholipase A(2) activity.Ma, M.T.; Yeo, J.F. ; Shui, G.; Wenk, M.R. ; Ong, W.Y.