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2010C. elegans BED domain transcription factor BED-3 controls lineage-specific cell proliferation during organogenesisInoue, T. ; Sternberg, P.W.
22-Jan-2014C. elegans PRDM1/Blimp1 homolog BLMP-1 is a positive regulator of bed-3 transcriptionYANG JIN
1999Ca2+-induced fusion of sulfatide-containing phosphatidylethanolamine small unilamellar vesiclesWu, X.; Li, Q.-T. 
2010Caenorhabditis elegans life span studies: The challenge of maintaining synchronous cohortsGruber, J.; Schaffer, S.; Ng, L.F. ; Halliwell, B. ; Poovathingal, S.K.; Gunawan, R. 
1990Calcium ion activation of the anion-conducting channel in the rat liver mitochondrial inner membraneSelwyn, M.J. ; Ng, C.L.T.; Choo, H.L.
1982Calmodulin-sensitive ATP-dependent calcium transport by the rat parotid endoplasmic reticulumKanagasuntheram, P.; Teo, T.S. 
2000Caloric restriction prevents oxidative damage induced by the carcinogen clofibrate in mouse liverQu, B.; Halliwell, B. ; Li, Q.-T. ; Ong, C.N. ; Lee, B.L.
1998Can oxidative DNA damage be used as a biomarker of cancer risk in humans? Problems, resolutions and preliminary results from nutritional supplementation studiesHalliwell, B. 
Sep-2012Cancer proteomicsTan, H.T. ; Lee, Y.H.; Chung, M.C.M.
2002Cancer-homing toxinsNg, H.C. ; Khoo, H.E. 
2002Candoxin, a novel toxin from Bungarus candidus, is a reversible antagonist of muscle (αβγδ) but a poorly reversible antagonist of neuronal α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptorsNirthanan, S. ; Charpantier, E.; Gopalakrishnakone, P. ; Bertrand, D.; Gwee, M.C.E. ; Khoo, H.-E. ; Manjunatha, Kini R. ; Cheah, L.-S.
2007Carboxyl-terminated dendrimer-coated bioactive interface for protein microarray: High-sensitivity detection of antigen in complex biological samplesAjikumar, P.K. ; Ng, J.K.; Tang, Y.C.; Lee, J.Y. ; Stephanopoulos, G.; Too, H.-P. 
2009CARM1 is required in embryonic stem cells to maintain pluripotency and resist differentiationWu, Q. ; Bruce, A.W.; Jedrusik, A.; Zernicka-Goetz, M.; Ellis, P.D.; Andrews, R.M.; Langford, C.F.; Glover, D.M.
1998Carnosine and anserine as modulators of neutrophil functionTan, K.M.L.; Candlish, J.K. 
Oct-2007Caspase inhibitor Z-VAD-FMK enhances the freeze-thaw survival rate of human embryonic stem cellsHeng, B.C. ; Clement, M.V. ; Cao, T. 
2005Caspase-1 dependent macrophage death induced by Burkholderia pseudomalleiSun, G.W.; Gan, Y.-H. ; Lu, J. ; Cao, W.P. ; Pervaiz, S. 
2005Caspase-1 dependent macrophage death induced by Burkholderia pseudomalleiSun, G.W.; Gan, Y.-H. ; Lu, J. ; Cao, W.P. ; Pervaiz, S. 
2009Caspase-1 mediates resistance in murine melioidosisBreitbach, K.; Kohler, J.; Eske, K.; Wongprompitak, P.; Steinmetz, I.; Sun, G.W. ; Liu, Y. ; Gan, Y.-H. ; Tan, G.
2008Caspase-dependent and -independent lipotoxic cell-death pathways in fission yeastLow, C.P. ; Shui, G. ; Liew, L.P.; Wenk, M.R. ; Yang, H.R. ; Buttner, S.; Madeo, F.; Dawes, I.W.
2007CASVM: Web server for SVM-based prediction of caspase substrates cleavage sitesWee, L.J.K. ; Tan, T.W. ; Ranganathan, S.