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Cardiotoxicity of forchlorfenuron (CPPU) in zebrafish (Danio rerio) and H9c2 cardiomyocytes Journal article
CHEMOSPHERE, 2019,Volume: 235,Page: 153-162
Authors:  Guiyi Gong;  Hiotong Kam;  Yuchung Tse;  Simon Mingyuen Lee
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Forchlorfenuron (Cppu)  Zebrafish  Cardiotoxicity  Hematopoietic Toxicity  H9c2 Cardiomyocytes  Cytoskeletons Destruction  
Combined transcriptomic and proteomic analysis reveals a diversity of venom-related and toxin-like peptides expressed in the mat anemone Zoanthus natalensis (Cnidaria, Hexacorallia) Journal article
ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY, 2019,Volume: 93,Issue: 6,Page: 1745-1767
Authors:  Qiwen Liao;  Guiyi Gong;  Terence C. W. Poon;  Irene L. Ang;  Kate M. K. Lei;  Shirley Weng In Siu;  Clarence Tsun Ting Wong;  Gandhi Rádis-Baptista;  Simon Ming-Yuen Lee
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Cnidaria  Neuroprotection  Proteomic  Transcriptomic  Venom-derived Peptide  Zoantharian  
Differential angiogenic activities of naringin and naringenin in zebrafish in vivo and human umbilical vein endothelial cells in vitro Journal article
Journal of Functional Foods, 2018,Volume: 49,Page: 369-377
Authors:  Linmin Chen;  Binrui Yang;  Benqin Tang;  Guiyi Gong;  Hiotong Kam;  Cheng Gao;  Yan Chen;  Ruibing Wang;  Simon Ming Yuen Lee
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Angiogenesis  Huvec  Naringin  Zebrafish  
A Novel ShK-Like Toxic Peptide from the Transcriptome of the Cnidarian Palythoa caribaeorum Displays Neuroprotection and Cardioprotection in Zebrafish Journal article
TOXINS, 2018,Volume: 10,Issue: 6
Authors:  Liao, Qiwen;  Gong, Guiyi;  Siu, Shirley Weng In;  Wong, Clarence Tsun Ting;  Yu, Huidong;  Tse, Yu Chung;  Radis-Baptista, Gandhi;  Lee, Simon Ming-Yuen
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Zoantharian  Shk-like Peptide  Dynamics Simulation  Voltage-gated K++ Ion Channel  Calcium-activated K++ Ion Channel  Animal Toxins  
pH-Responsive prodrug nanoparticles based on a sodium alginate derivative for selective co-release of doxorubicin and curcumin into tumor cells Journal article
NANOSCALE, 2017,Volume: 9,Issue: 34,Page: 12533-12542
Authors:  Gao, Cheng;  Tang, Fan;  Gong, Guiyi;  Zhang, Jianxiang;  Hoi, Maggie P. M.;  Lee, Simon M. Y.;  Wang, Ruibing
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