Full Name
THAI TRAN
Variants
Tran, T.
 
Main Affiliation
 
 
Email
phstt@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12009Airway smooth muscle in asthma: Phenotype plasticity and functionHirota, J.A.; Nguyen, T.T.B.; Schaafsma, D.; Sharma, P.; Tran, T. 
22008Caveolae and Caveolins in the respiratory systemGosens, R.; Mutawe, M.; Martin, S.; Basu, S.; Bos, S.T.; Tran, T. ; Halayko, A.J.
31-Jan-2017CD151, a laminin receptor showing increased expression in asthmatic patients, contributes to airway hyperresponsiveness through calcium signalingQiao, Yongkang ; Tam, John Kit Chung ; Tan, Sheryl SL ; Tai, Yee Kit ; Chin, Chin Yein ; Stewart, Alastair G; Ashman, Leonie; Sekiguchi, Kiyotoshi; Langenbach, Shenna Y; Stelmack, Gerald; Halayko, Andrew J; Tran, Thai 
42018Comparative transcriptomic and metagenomic analyses of influenza virus-infected nasal epithelial cells from multiple individuals reveal specific nasal-initiated signaturesTan, K.S. ; Yan, Y. ; Koh, W.L.H. ; Li, L.; Choi, H. ; Tran, T. ; Sugrue, R.; Wang, D.Y. ; Chow, V.T. 
52006Endogenous laminin is required for human airway smooth muscle cell maturationTran T. ; McNeill K.D.; Gerthoffer W.T.; Unruh H.; Halayko A.J.
62020FGF2, an Immunomodulatory Factor in Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).Tan, Yuanyang; Qiao, Yongkang ; Chen, Zhuanggui ; Liu, Jing ; Guo, Yanrong; Tran, Thai ; Tan, Kai Sen ; Wang, De-Yun ; Yan, Yan 
71-Oct-2009Insulin-induced laminin expression promotes a hypercontractile airway smooth muscle phenotypeDekkers, B.G.J.; Schaafsma, D.; Tran, T. ; Zaagsma, J.; Meurs, H.
81-Oct-2020MicroRNAs in chronic airway diseases: Clinical correlation and translational applicationsTan, BWQ; Sim, WL; Cheong, JK ; Kuan, WS ; Tran, T ; Lim, HF 
91-Nov-2018NSCLC PATIENTS WITH BOTH WILDTYPE EGFR AND HIGH CD151 EXPRESSION HAVE POORER DISEASE OUTCOMEWong, Amanda; Nga, Min En ; Wong, Hung Chew; Soo, Ross ; An, Omer ; Yang, Henry ; Tam, John KC ; Seet, Ju Ee ; Lim, Yaw Chyn ; Thai, Tran