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Apr-2013X-linked markers in the Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene associated with oral cleftsPatel, P.J.; Beaty, T.H.; Ruczinski, I.; Murray, J.C.; Marazita, M.L.; Munger, R.G.; Hetmanski, J.B.; Wu, T.; Murray, T.; Rose, M.; Redett, R.J.; Jin, S.C.; Lie, R.T.; Wu-Chou, Y..-H.; Wang, H. ; Ye, X.; Yeow, V.; Chong, S. ; Jee, S.H.; Shi, B.; Scott, A.F.
2006Zinc supplementation decreases the development of atherosclerosis in rabbitsRen, M. ; Rajendran, R.; Watt, F. ; Ning, P.; Jenner, A. ; Halliwell, B. ; Tan, Kwong Huat B. ; Choon, Nam O. 
2007β-Cardiotoxin: A new three-finger toxin from Ophiophagus hannah (king cobra) venom with beta-blocker activityRajagopalan, N.; Pung, Y.F.; Kumar, P.P. ; Kini, R.M. ; Zhu, Y.Z. ; Wong, P.T.H. 
2014γ-tocotrienol inhibits angiogenesis-dependent growth of human hepatocellular carcinoma through abrogation of AKT/mTOR pathway in an orthotopic mouse modelSiveen, K.S.; Ahn, K.S.; Ong, T.H.; Shanmugam, M.K. ; Li, F.; Yap, W.N.; Kumar, A.P. ; Fong, C.W.; Tergaonkar, V.; Hui, K.M. ; Sethi, G.
May-2011γ-Tocotrienol is a novel inhibitor of constitutive and inducible STAT3 signalling pathway in human hepatocellular carcinoma: Potential role as an antiproliferative, pro-apoptotic and chemosensitizing agentRajendran, P.; Li, F.; Manu, K.A. ; Shanmugam, M.K. ; Loo, S.Y.; Kumar, A.P. ; Sethi, G.
1985Δ1-Pyrroline-5-carboxylate dehydrogenase, a possible regulatory enzyme in transmitter glutamic acid metabolism - a preliminary reportWong, P.T.H. ; Leong, S.F.