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12003β-phenylethyl isothiocyanate-mediated apoptosis in hepatoma HepG2 cellsRose, P. ; Ong, C.N. ; Whiteman, M. ; Huang, S.H. ; Halliwell, B. 
22005β-Phenylethyl isothiocyanate mediated apoptosis; Contribution of Bax and the mitochondrial death pathwayRose, P. ; Armstrong, J.S. ; Chua, Y.L.; Whiteman, M. ; Ong, C.N. 
32005β-phenylethyl isothiocyanate mediated apoptosis: A proteomic investigation of early apoptotic protein changesNeo, J.C.H.; Rose, P. ; Chung, M.C.M. ; Ong, C.N. 
42005β-Phenylethyl and 8-methylsulphinyloctyl isothiocyanates, constituents of watercress, suppress LPS induced production of nitric oxide and prostaglandin E2 in RAW 264.7 macrophagesRose, P. ; Whiteman, M. ; Yen, K.W.; Choon, N.O.
52002α-neurotoxin gene expression in Naja sputatrix: Identification of a silencer element in the promoter regionMa, D.; Armugam, A. ; Jeyaseelan, K. 
6Oct-2006α - synuclein and Parkinson's disease: The first roadblockLin Chua, C.E.; Tang, B.L. 
72007Zinc supplementation inhibits lipid peroxidation and the development of atherosclerosis in rabbits fed a high cholesterol dietJenner, A. ; Ning, P.; Halliwell, B. ; Ren, M. ; Rajendran, R.; Watt, F. ; Huat, B.T.K.
82006Zinc 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. 
92005Zebrafish id2 developmental expression pattern contains evolutionary conserved and species-specific characteristicsChong, S.-W.; Nguyen, T.-T.-H.; Chu, L.-T.; Korzh, V. ; Jiang, Y.-J. 
102019The Yin-Yang regulation of reactive oxygen species and microRNAs in cancerBabu, K.R. ; Tay, Y. 
112015Yersinia effector YopO uses actin as bait to phosphorylate proteins that regulate actin polymerizationLee W.L.; Grimes J.M.; Robinson R.C. 
122004Xpro: Database of eukaryotic protein-encoding genesGopalan, V.; Tan, T.W. ; Lee, B.T.K.; Ranganathan, S. 
132003XdomView: Protein domain and exon position visualizationVivek, G.; Tan, T.W. ; Ranganathan, S. 
142009XBP-1-deficient plasmablasts show normal protein folding but altered glycosylation and lipid synthesisMcGehee, A.M.; Dougan, S.K.; Klemm, E.J.; Park, B.; Kim, Y.-M.; Watson, N.; Ploegh, H.L.; Hu, C.-C.A.; Shui, G. ; Wenk, M.R. 
153-Feb-2011WW domain-mediated interaction with Wbp2 is important for the oncogenic property of TAZChan, S.W.; Lim, C.J.; Huang, C.; Chong, Y.F.; Gunaratne, H.J.; Hogue, K.A.; Blackstock, W.P.; Harvey, K.F.; Hong, W. 
162005Wnt1 regulates neurogenesis and mediates lateral inhibition of boundary cell specification in the zebrafish hindbrainAmoyel, M.; Cheng, Y.-C.; Wilkinson, D.G.; Jiang, Y.-J. 
1715-Dec-2009Wnt Signaling in MitosisKaldis, P. ; Pagano, M.
182009WIP1 phosphatase is a negative regulator of NF-κB signallingChew, J.; Biswas, S. ; Shreeram, S.; Humaidi, M.; Wong, E.T.; Dhillion, M.K.; Teo, H.; Hazra, A.; Fang, C.C.; López-Collazo, E.; Bulavin, D.V.; Tergaonkar, V. 
192005Widespread γ-secretase activity in the cell, but do we need it at the mitochondria?Teng, F.Y.H. ; Tang, B.L. 
202005Why do Nogo/Nogo-66 receptor gene knockouts result in inferior regeneration compared to treatment with neutralizing agents?Teng, F.Y.H.; Tang, B.L.