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Fabrication of stainless steel 316L/TiB2 composite coating via friction surfacing Conference paper
SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY, Natl Dong Hwa Univ, Hualien, TAIWAN, OCT 15-18, 2017
Authors:  Guo, D.;  Kwok, C. T.;  Chan, S. L. I.
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Friction Surfacing  Stainless Steel  Titanium Diboride  Metal Matrix Composite  Pitting Corrosion  Crystallography  
Biological activities of cationicity-enhanced and hydrophobicity-optimized analogues of an antimicrobial peptide, dermaseptin-PS3, from the skin secretion of phyllomedusa sauvagii Journal article
Toxins, 2018,Volume: 10,Issue: 8
Authors:  Tan Y.;  Chen X.;  Ma C.;  Xi X.;  Wang L.;  Zhou M.;  Burrows J.F.;  Kwok H.F.;  Chen T.
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Anticancer Activity  Antimicrobial Activity  Antimicrobial Peptide (Amp)  Anuran Skin Secretion  Dermaseptin  Drug Design  
Short-term spinodal decomposition - its effects on corrosion behaviour of a duplex stainless steel and feasibility as a strengthening treatment Journal article
MATERIALS AND CORROSION-WERKSTOFFE UND KORROSION, 2017,Volume: 68,Issue: 4,Page: 395-404
Authors:  W. J. Ai;  H. C. Kuan;  J. J. Dong;  C. T. Kwok;  K. H. Lo
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Influences of thermomechanical treatments on the cryogenic treatability of a slightly unstable austenitic stainless steel Journal article
MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, 2017,Volume: 32,Issue: 11,Page: 1239-1247
Authors:  Xiang Li;  Tao Li;  K. H. Lo;  C. T. Kwok;  Feng Chen
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Deep Cryogenic Treatment  Martensitic Transformation  Sensitisation  Solution Treatment  
Two novel dermaseptin-like antimicrobial peptides with anticancer activities from the skin secretion of Pachymedusa dacnicolor Journal article
Toxins, 2016,Volume: 8,Issue: 5
Authors:  Shi D.;  Hou X.;  Wang L.;  Gao Y.;  Wu D.;  Xi X.;  Zhou M.;  Kwok H.F.;  Duan J.;  Chen T.;  Shaw C.
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Amphibian  Anticancer  Antimicrobial  Molecular Cloning  Peptide  
Antibody targeting of Cathepsin S induces antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity Journal article
Molecular Cancer, 2011,Volume: 10
Authors:  Kwok H.F.;  Buick R.J.;  Kuehn D.;  Gormley J.A.;  Doherty D.;  Jaquin T.J.;  McClurg A.;  Ward C.;  Byrne T.;  Jaworski J.;  Leung K.L.;  Snoddy P.;  McAnally C.;  Burden R.E.;  Gray B.;  Lowry J.;  Sermadiras I.;  Gruszka N.;  Courtenay-Luck N.;  Kissenpfennig A.;  Scott C.J.;  Johnston J.A.;  Olwill S.A.
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Adcc  Antibody  Cathepsin s  Microenvironment  Protease  
The structure of helokinestatin-5 and its biosynthetic precursor from Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) venom: Evidence for helokinestatin antagonism of bradykinin-induced relaxation of rat tail artery smooth muscle Journal article
Peptides, 2010,Volume: 31,Issue: 8,Page: 1555-1561
Authors:  Zhang Y.;  Wang L.;  Zhou M.;  Zhou Z.;  Chen X.;  Chen T.;  Kwok H.;  Ivanyi C.;  Shaw C.
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Antagonist  Bradykinin  Lizard  Mass Spectrometry  Molecular Cloning  Venom  
DNA in amphibian and reptile venom permits access to genomes without specimen sacrifice Journal article
Genomics Insights, 2008,Volume: 1,Page: 17-24
Authors:  Kwok H.F.;  Chen T.;  Ivanyi C.;  Shaw C.
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Drug discovery  Frog  Genomic DNA  Lizard  Molecular phylogenetics  Skin secretion  Venom  
Helokinestatin: A new bradykinin B2 receptor antagonist decapeptide from lizard venom Journal article
Peptides, 2008,Volume: 29,Issue: 1,Page: 65-72
Authors:  Kwok H.F.;  Chen T.;  O'Rourke M.;  Ivanyi C.;  Hirst D.;  Shaw C.
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Bradykinin  Helokinestatin  Lizard  Mass Spectroscopy  Venom Peptides  
Isolation and cloning of exendin precursor cDNAs from single samples of venom from the Mexican beaded lizard (Heloderma horridum) and the Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) Journal article
Toxicon, 2006,Volume: 47,Issue: 3,Page: 288-295
Authors:  Chen T.;  Kwok H.;  Ivanyi C.;  Shaw C.
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Biodiversity  Cdna Cloning  Drug Discovery  Exendin  Lizard  Venom