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1. Liu S, Jiang M, Chan CM, Weng LT. Elimination of surface enrichment in polymer blends via interpolymer complexation. Marcomolecules. 34:3802-4.
2. Dai WM, Guo DS, Sun LP. Chemistry of Amino Phenols. Part 1: Remarkable additive effects on sonogashira cross-coupling of 2-carboxamidoaryl triflates and application to novel synthesis of indoles. Tetrahedron Letters. 42:5275-8.
3. Feng Z, Kong LY, Qi Q, Ho SL, Tiao N, Bing G, Han YF. Induction of unspliced c-fos messenger RNA in rodent brain by kainic acid and lipopolysaccharide. Neurosci Lett. 305:17-20.
4. Shao FY, Huang LQ, Xue H, Han YF. Vascular dementia: from biochemistry to therapy, J Clinical Neurolgy. 9:92-5.
Lee TM, Hsing IM, Lao AI, Carles MC. A miniaturized DNA amplifier: its application in traditional Chinese medicine. Anal Chem. 72:4242-7.
Lai KO, Ip FCF, Cheung J, Fu AKY, Ip NY. Expression of Eph receptors in skeletal muscle and their localization at the neuromuscular junction. Mol Cell Neurosci. 17:1034-47.
Cheung WMW, Chu AH, Chu PWK, Ip NY. Cloning and expression of a novel nuclear matrix associated protein that is regulated during the retinoic acid induced neuronal differentiation. J Biol Chem. 276:17083-91.
8. Ip FC, Cheung J, Ip NY. The expression profiles of neurotrophins and their receptors in rat and chicken tissues during development. Neurosci Lett. 301:107-10.
9. Fu AK, Cheung J, Smith FD, Ip FC, Ip NY. Overexpression of muscle specific kinase increases the transcription and aggregation of acetylcholine receptors in Xenopus embryos. Brain Res Mol Brain Res. 96:21-9.
Fu AKY, Fu WY, Cheung J, Tsim KW, Ip FCF, Wang JH, Ip NY. Cdk5 is involved in neuregulin-induced acetylcholine receptor expression at the neuromuscular junction. Nature Neuroscience 4:374-81.
11. Carles M, Lee T, Moganti S, Lenigk R, Tsim KW, Ip NY, Hsing IM, Sucher NJ. Chips and Qi: microcomponent-based analysis in traditional Chinese medicine. Fresenius J Anal Chem. 371:190-4.
Lenigk R, Carles M, Ip NY, Sucher NJ. Surface characterization of a silicon-chip based DNA microarray. Langmuir 17:2497-501.
13. Perez-Otano I, Schulteis CT, Contractor A, Lipton SA, Trimmer JS, Sucher NJ, Heinemann SF. Assembly with the NR1 subunit is required for surface expression of NR3A-containing NMDA receptors. J Neurosci. 21:1228-37.
14. Chan SF, Sucher NJ. An NMDA receptor signaling complex with protein phosphatase 2A.
J Neurosci. 21:7985-92.
15. Bian Y, Li P, Gao Z, Wang Y, Zhou K, Tsim KW, Dong TTX. Application of RAPD in the taxonomy of the genus Fritillaria. J Chin Med. Materials 23:13-6.
16. Ma XQ, Dong TTX, Tsim KW. Determination of water-soluble constituents from the drug materials of "Honghua". J Pharmaceutical Practice 18:310-1.
Ma XQ, Zhu DY, Li SP, Dong TTX, Tsim KW. Authentic identification of Stigma Croci (Stigma of Crocus sativus) from its adulterants by molecular gentic analysis. Planta Medica 67:183-6.
18. Li SP, Ji H, Li P, Dong TTX, Tsim KW, Li WQ. Advance of Anti-tumor for Cordyceps sinensis. Chinese Traditional & Herbal Drugs 32: 373-5.
19. Li SP, Dong TTX, Su ZR, Zhu Q, Tsim KW. Analysis of carbohydrates from natural Cordyceps sinensis and cultured Cordyceps mycelia by HPLC. Forum of Modern Pharmaceutical Analysis, Xinhua Press, Beijing: 149-51.
20. Li SP, Li P, Ji H, Zhu Q, Dong TTX, Tsim KW. The nucleosides contents and their variation in natural Cordyceps sinensis and cultured Cordyceps mycelia. J Chinese Pharmaceutical Sciences. 10:175-9.
Li SP, Li P, Dong TTX, Tsim KW. Determination of nucleosides in natural Cordyceps sinensis and cultured Cordyceps mycelia by capillary electrophoresis. Electrophoresis 22:144-50.
Li SP, Li P, Dong TTX, Tsim KW. Anti-oxidation activity of different types of natural Cordyceps sinensis and cultured Cordyceps mycelia. Phytomedicine 8:207-12.
23. Su ZR, Dong TTX, Chan KM, Tsim KW. The separation and reconstitution of active ingredients of TCM. Chinese Traditional Patent Medicine 23: 615-16.
24. Dong TTX, Lo CK, Tsim KW. The identification of Hippocampus by HPCE. J Chin Med Materials 24:328-9.

25. Dong TTX, Cui XM, Ma XQ, Tsim KW. Chemical comparison of Radix Notoginseng (Sanqi) from different regions of China. Analytical Sci. 17:467-72 .
26. Choi RC, Man ML, Ling KK, Ip NY, Simon J, Barnard EA, Tsim KW. Expression of the P2Y1 nucleotide receptor in chick muscle: its functional role in the regulation of acetylcholinesterase and acetylcholine receptor. J Neurosci. 21:9224-34.
27. Choi RC, Siow NL, Zhu SQ, Wan DC, Wong YH, Tsim KW. The cyclic AMP-mediated expression of acetylcholinesterase in myotubes shows contrasting activation and repression between avian and mammalian enzymes. Mol Cell Neurosci. 17:732-45.
28. Yip EC, Wong YH, Wong JT. Bacterial formyl peptide mediated chemotaxis and extracellular acidification in shrimp haemocytes. Dev Comp Immunol. 25:269-77.
Miller-Martini DM, Chan RY, Ip NY, Sheu SJ, Wong YH. A reporter gene assay for the detection of phytoestrogens in traditional Chinese medicine. Phytother Res. 15:487-92.
Lai FPL, Mody SM, Yung LY, Pang CF, Wong YH. Chimeric Gaq subunits can distinguish the long form of the xenopus Mel1c melatonin receptor from the mammalian mt1 and MT2 melatonin receptors. J Pineal Res. 30:171-9.
Tso PH, Wong YH. Opioid-induced adenylyl cyclase supersensitization requires pertussis toxin-sensitive G proteins other than Gi1 and Gi3. Neurosci Lett. 299:25-8.
32. Tso PH, Wong YH. Role of extracellular signal-regulated kinases in opioid-induced adenylyl cyclase superactivation in human embryonic kidney 293 cells. Neurosci Lett. 316:13-6.
Ho MK, Yung LY, Chan JS, Chan JH, Wong CS, Wong YH. Ga14 links a variety of Gi- and Gs-coupled receptors to the stimulation of phospholipase C. Br J Pharmacol. 132:1431-40.
34. Ho MK, Wong YH. Gz signaling: emerging divergence from Gi signaling. Oncogene. 20:1615-25.
35. Chow KB, Wong YH, Wise H. Prostacyclin receptor-independent inhibition of phospholipase C activity by non-prostanoid prostacyclin mimetics. Br J Pharmacol. 134:1375-84.
36. Fan J, Zhang Q, Tochio H, Li M, Zhang M. Structural basis of diverse sequence-dependent target recognition by the 8 kDa dynein light chain. J Mol Biol. 306:97-108.
37. Lo KW, Naisbitt S, Fan JS, Sheng M, Zhang M. The 8-kDa dynein light chain binds to its targets via a conserved (K/R)XTQT motif. J Biol Chem. 276:14059-66.
38. Mok YK, Lo KW, Zhang M. Structure of Tctex-1 and its interaction with cytoplasmic dynein intermediate chain. J Biol Chem. 2001 Apr 27;276:14067-74.
39. Tochio H, Tsui MM, Banfield DK, Zhang M. An autoinhibitory mechanism for nonsyntaxin SNARE proteins revealed by the structure of Ykt6p. Science. 293:698-702.
40. Zhang Q, Fan JS, Zhang M. Interdomain chaperoning between PSD-95, Dlg, and Zo-1 (PDZ) domains of glutamate receptor-interacting proteins. J Biol Chem. 276:43216-20.

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