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1. Han YF, Li CPL, Chow E, Wang H, Pang YP, Carlier PR. Dual-site binding of bivalent 4-aminopyridine and 4-aminoquinoline-based AChE inhibitors: contribution of the hydrophobic alkylene tether to monomer and dimer affinifities. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 7:2569-75.
2. Carlier PR, Han YF, Chow ES, Li CP, Wang H, Lieu TX, Wong HS, Pang YP. Evaluation of short-tether bis-THA AChE inhibitors. A further test of the dual binding site hypothesis. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 7:351-7.
3. Carlier PR, Chow ESH, Han YF, Liu J, Yazal JE, Pang YP. Heterodimeric tacrine-based AChE inhibitors: investigating ligand-peripheral site interactions. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 42:4225-31.
4. Carlier PR, Du DM, Han YF, Liu J, Pang YP. Potent, easily synthesized huperzine A-tarcine hybrid acetylcholinesterase inhibitors. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 9: 2335-8.
5. Wang Z, Chen G. Heating and mass transfer during low intensity convection drying. Chemical Engineering Science 54: 3899-908.
6. Wang Z, Chen G. Heat and mass transfer in fixed bed drying of moist porous particles. Chemical Engineering Science 54, 4233-43.
7. Ho HTB, Jankins NA, Copeland NG, Gilbert DJ, Winkles JA, Louie HWY, Lee FK, Chung SSM, Chung SK. Comparison of genomic structures and chromosomal locations of the mouse aldose reductase and aldose reducase-like genes. Eur J Biochem 259:1-6.
8. Li CY, Wang H, Xue H, Carlier PR, Hui KM, Pang YP, Li ZW, Han YF. Bis(7)-tacrine, a novel dimeric AChE inhibitor, is a potent GABA(A) receptor antagonist. Neuroreport 10: 795-800.
9. Wang H, Carlier PR, Ho WL, Wu DC, Lee NT, Li CP, Pang YP, Han YF. Effects of bis(7)-tacrine, a novel anti-Alzheimer's agent, on rat brain AChE. Neuroreport 10:789-93.
10. Wang H, Carlier PR, Ho WL, Lee NTK, Pang YP, Han YF. Attenuation of scopolamine-induced deficits in navigation memory performance in rats by bis(7)-tacrine: a novel dimeric AChE inhibitor. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica 20: 211-7.
11. Tang XC, Han YF. Pharmacologgical profile of huperzine A, a novel acetylcholinesterase inhibitor from Chinese herb. CNS Drug Reviews 5: 281.
12. Wang Q, Han YF, Yue H. Ligands of the GABA(A) receptor benzodiazepined binding site. CNS Drug Reviews 5:125-144.
13. Hsiao WLW. A molecular approach to elucidate the anti-cancer effects of medicinal mushrooms and Gynostemma pentaphyllum. In: Advanced Research in PSP. Ed: Yang QY, The Hong Kong Assoc for Health Care, pp104-7.
14. Lee MK, Che CT, Wong YH, Hsieh DPH. Adrenergic agonistic effects and cytotoxicity of Chinese Ephedra (Mahuang) used for weight reduction. Toxicological Sciences 48:58.
15. Ip NY. Modernization of traditional Chinese medicine in Hong Kong. In: Biotechnology in Hong Kong Ed: by Chan AWK, United States-China Intellectual Property Institute, pp29-58.
16. Chao LCF, Ip NY. Hong Kong - An Emerging Hub for TCM. SCBA Quarterly, 5:11.
17. Cheung WM, Fu WY, Hui WS, Ip NY. Production of human CNS neurons from embryonal carcinoma cells using a cell aggregation method. Biotechniques 26:946-8, 950-2, 954.
18. Lai KO, Ip FC, Ip NY. Identification and characterization of splice variants of ephrin-A3 and ephrin-A5. FEBS Lett. 458:265-9.
19. Fu AK, Cheung WM, Ip FC, Ip NY. Identification of genes induced by neuregulin in cultured myotubes. Mol Cell Neurosci. 14:241-53.
20. Fu AK, Smith FD, Zhou H, Chu AH, Tsim KWK, Peng BH, Ip NY. Xenopus muscle-specific kinase: molecular cloning and prominent expression in neural tissues during early embryonic development. Eur J Neurosci. 11:373-82.
21. Xie P, Chan FS, Ip NY, Leung MF. Induction of gp130 and LIF by differentiation inducers in human myeloid leukemia K562 cells. Leuk Res. 23:1113-9.
22. Yim TK, Ko KM. Methylenedioxy group and cyclooctadiene ring as structural determinants of schisandrin in protecting against myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury in rats. Biochem Pharmacol. 57:77-81.
23. Siu WY, Yam CH, Poon RYC. G1 versus G2 cell cycle arrest after adriamycin-induced damage in mouse Swiss3T3 cells. FEBS Letters 461:299-305.
24. Siu WY, Arooz T, Poon RYC. Differential responses of proliferating versus quiescent cells to adriamycin. Experimental Cell Research 250:131-41.
25. Gong X, Sucher NJ. Stroke therapy in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM): prospects for drug discovery and development. Trends Pharmacol Sci. 20:191-6.
26. Yang JF, Zhou H, Choi RC, Ip NY, Peng HB, Tsim KWK. A cysteine-rich form of xenopus neuregulin induces the expression of acetylcholine receptors in cultured myotubes. Mol Cell Neurosci. 13:415-29.
27. Cai ZH, Li P, Dong TT, Tsim KW. Molecular diversity of 5S-rRNA spacer domain in Fritillaria species revealed by PCR analysis. Planta Med. 65:360-4.

Cai ZH, Li P, Gao SL, Dong TTX, Tsim KWK. Isozyme electrophoresis in bulb organogenesis of Fritillaria in vitro. China J. of Chinese Materia Medica 24:16-20.

29. Cai ZH, Li P, Gao SL, Dong TX, Tsim KWK. Studies on tissue culture of Fritillaria puqiensis. J. Nanjing Normal Univ 22:175-9.
30. Yung LY, Joshi SA, Chan RY, Chan JS, Pei G, Wong YH. GaL1 (Ga14) couples the opioid receptor-like1 receptor to stimulation of phospholipase C. J. Pharmacol Exp Ther. 288:232-8.
31. Joshi S, Lee JW, Wong YH. Stimulation of phospholipase C by the cloned m-, d- and k-opioid receptors via chimeric Gaq mutants. Eur J Neurosci 11:383-8.
32. Law PY, Wong YH, Loh HH. Mutational analysis of the structure and function of opioid receptors. Biopolymers. 51:440-55. Review.
33. Chan RY, Wong YH. Chronic activation of ORL1 receptor induces supersensitization of adenylyl cyclase. Neuroreport. 10:2901-5.
34. Ho MK, Yung LY, Wong YH. Disruption of receptor-mediated activation of G protein by mutating a conserved arginine residue in the switch II region of the a subunit. J Neurochem. 73:2101-9.
35. Hui KM, Wang XH, Xue H. Interactive benzodiazepine site flavones from Scutellaria Baicalensis Georgi. 29th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience 389:14.
36. Chin KT, Ohki SY, Tang D, Cheng HC, Wang JH, Zhang M. Identification and structure characterization of a Cdk inhibitory peptide derived from neuronal-specific Cdk5 activator.
J Biol Chem. 274:7120-7.
37. Tochio H, Zhang Q, Mandal P, Li M., Zhang M. Solution structure of the extended neuronal nitric oxide synthase PDZ domain complexed with an associated peptide. Nature Structural Biology 6:417-21.

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