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Prof. Dr. Wong Kum Thong

Department Of Pathology

Faculty Of Medicine

wongkt@um.edu.my
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Penyelidikan
Penyelidikan
Year 2015
Latest Evaluation
Screening of p53 mutation patterns in breast and colonic malilgnancies by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis. Submitted by Ms Nesamalar a/p Bathumalai as part of requirements of her Master of Medical Science degree (University of Malaya)Screening of p53 mutation patterns in breast and colonic malilgnancies by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis. Submitted by Ms Nesamalar a/p Bathumalai as part of requirements of her Master of Medical Science degree (University of Malaya)
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Year - 2010
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PG158-2015A
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PG159-2015A
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UM.C/625/1/HIR/MOE/MED/06
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Latest Publication
2017

Challenges of Treating Childhood Medulloblastoma in a Country With Limited Resources: 20 Years of Experience at a Single Tertiary Center in Malaysia

2017

AIM2 inflammasome-mediated pyrotosis in Enterovirus A71 infected neuronal cells restricts viral replication

2017

Modelling person-to-person transmission in an Enterovirus A71 orally infected hamster model of hand-foot-and-mouth disease and encephalomyelitis

2017

Deregulation of microRNAs in blood and skeletal muscles of myotonic dystrophy type 1 patients

2016

Immunohistochemical detection of Chikungunya virus antigens in formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissues

2016

Henipaviruses

2015

Nipah Virus Infections in Humans

2014

Infections of the Central Nervous System

2015

Development of a digoxigenin-labeled DNA probe for the detection of Coxsackievirus A16 RNA in tissues using in situ hybridisation

2015

Development and characterization of a mouse model for Japanese encephalitis infected via footpad inoculation

2014

Enterovirus 71 infection of the brainstem via cranial nerves can be ameliorated by passive immunization

2014

Tonsillar crypt epithelium is an important extra-central nervous system site for viral replication in Enterovirus 71 encephalomyelitis