Full Name
YONG EU LEONG
Variants
Yong, E.-L.
YONG, EU LEONG
Yong, E.L.
Eu, L.Y.
 
 
 
Email
obgyel@nus.edu.sg
 

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
11998Analysis of the transactivation domain of the androgen receptor in patients with male infertilityWang, Q. ; Ghadessy, F.J. ; Yong, E.L. 
22003Androgen receptor gene and male infertilityYong, E.L. ; Loy, C.J. ; Sim, K.S. 
32002Androgen receptor mutations causing human androgen insensitivity syndromes show a key role of residue M807 in helix 8-helix 10 interactions and in receptor ligand-binding domain stabilityOng, Y.C.; Yong, E.L. ; Kolatkar, P.R. 
42000Androgen receptor polymorphisms and mutations in male infertilityYong, E.L. ; Lim, L.S.E.; Wang, Q. ; Mifsud, A.; Lim, J.; Ong, Y.C.; Sim, K.S. 
52000Genetics of male infertility: Role of androgen receptor mutations and Y-microdeletionsYong, E.L. ; Lim, J. ; Wang, Q. ; Mifsud, A.; Ong, Y.C.; Sim, C.K.S.
62000Genetics of male infertility: Role of androgen receptor mutations and Y-microdeletionsYong, E.L. ; Lim, J.; Wang, Q.; Mifsud, A.; Ong, Y.C.; Sim, C.K.S. 
72000Molecular basis of androgen receptor diseasesYong, E.L. ; Lim, J. ; Qi, W.; Ong, V.; Mifsud, A.
8Mar-1999Mutations in the promoter region of the androgen receptor gene are not common in males with idiopathic infertilityGhadessy, F.J. ; Liow, S.L. ; Yong, E.L. 
91999Mutations in the promoter region of the androgen receptor gene are not common in males with idiopathic infertilityGhadessy, F.J. ; Liow, S.L. ; Yong, E.L. 
101998Partial androgen insensitivity and correlations with the predicted three dimensional structure of the androgen receptor ligand-binding domainYong, E.L. ; Tut, T.G.; Ghadessy, F.J. ; Ratnam, S.S. ; Prins, G.
112001Prostate-specific antigen, testosterone, sex-hormone binding globulin and androgen receptor CAG repeat polymorphisms in subfertile and normal menMifsud, A.; Yong, E.L. ; Choon, A.T.; Fang, D.
12Aug-1998Y chromosome microdeletions, in azoospermic or near-azoospermic subjects, are located in the AZFc (DAZ) subregionLiow, S.L. ; Ghadessy, F.J. ; Ng, S.C. ; Yong, E.L. 
131998Y chromosome microdeletions, in azoospermic or near-azoospermic subjects, are located in the AZFc (DAZ) subregionLiow, S.L. ; Ghadessy, F.J. ; Ng, S.C. ; Yong, E.L.