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2013State-of-the-Art lecture Cancer Metabolism and EpigeneticsWong, MP; Tsao, GSW
2010Suberoylanilide Hydroxamic Acid Mediates Enhanced Apoptosis In Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Through Induction Of Epstein-Barr Virus Lytic Cycle And Activation Of Caspase-3Hui, KF; Tsao, GSW; Chiang, AKS; Tsang, CM
2010Epstein-Barr virus infection confer stress-resistant property in immortalized nasopharyngeal epithelial cellsZhang, G; Hau, PM; Man, CWY; Kenzo, T; Yip, YL; Lo, KW; Cao, Y; Tsao, GSW; Tsang, CM; Deng, W; Chen, H; Cheung, A
2014IGI-induced IGF2 promotes esophageal cancer progression through instigation of stromal fibroblasts and bone marrow-drived vancular progenitor cellsXu, W; Li, B; Tsao, GSW; Chan, KW; Cheung, A
19-Sep-2014p70 S6 kinase drives ovarian cancer metastasis through multicellular spheroid-peritoneum interaction and P-cadherin/β1 integrin signaling activationIp, KM; Yung, SSY; Chan, DTM; Tsao, GSW; Wong, AST
2014Characterization of extracellular secreted Epstein-Barr virus BART microRNAs as serological markers for nasopharyngeal carcinoma diagnosis and treatmentZhang, G; Zong, J; Ji, M; Cheng, W; Pan, J; Tong, S; Verhoeven, RJA; Lung, ML; Tsao, GSW; Chen, H
2014A randomized, wait-list controlled trial of a Qigong Intervention Program on Telomerase Activity and Psychological Stress in abused Chinese womenYuk, HYK; Ma, JLC; Tiwari, A; Chan, CLW; Ho, RTH; Tsao, GSW; Deng, W; Hong, AWL; Fong, DYT
2014Targeted Activation of Human Vγ9Vδ2-T Cells Controls Epstein-Barr Virus-Induced B Cell Lymphoproliferative DiseaseXIANG, Z; Liu, Y; Zheng, J; Liu, M; LU, A; GAO, Y; Hu, H; Lam, KT; Chan, GCF; Yang, Y; Chen, H; Tsao, GSW; Bonneville M, M; Lau, YL; Tu, W
2014Suppressive effects of Id1-targeting microRNAs in metastasis of esophageal cancerLi, B; Han, L; Chan, KW; Lam, AKY; Tsao, GSW; Cheung, A; Law, S
2014Suppression of esophageal tumor growth and chemoresistance by directly targeting the PI3K/AKT pathwayLin, B; Li, J; Xu, W; Guan, X; Qin, YR; Zhang, L; Law, SYK; Tsao, GSW; Cheung, A