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2005The 13C-caffeine breath test distinguishes significant fibrosis in chronic hepatitis B and reflects response to lamivudine therapyJones, Brian; Katelaris, Peter; Le Couteur, David; Lin, Betty; Ngu, Meng; Park, G; Seow, F; Medicine; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Pathology; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineThe 13C-caffeine breath test distinguishes significant fibrosis in chronic hepatitis B and reflects response to lamivudine therapy, Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, vol.22,(5),2005,pp 395-403
2007Assessing the evidence for an association between circumferential tumour clearance and local recurrence after resection of rectal cancerBokey, Elie; Chapuis, Pierre; Dent, O; Lin, Betty; Chan, Charles; Haboubi, N; Wong, S. K. C.; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: PathologyAssessing the evidence for an association between circumferential tumour clearance and local recurrence after resection of rectal cancer, Colorectal Disease 2005, vol.9,(2),2007,pp 112-122
2011Clinicopathological correlates and prognostic significance of glutathione S-transferase Pi expression in 468 patients after potentially curative resection of node-positive colonic cancerBokey, Elie (Les); Chan, Charles; Chapuis, Pierre; Clarke, Stephen; Jankova, Lucy; Lin, Betty; Robertson, Graham; Clarke, Candice; Dent, Owen; Fung, Caroline L.-S.; Molloy, Mark; Tan, King; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteClinicopathological correlates and prognostic significance of glutathione S-transferase Pi expression in 468 patients after potentially curative resection of node-positive colonic cancer, Histopathology, vol.59, 6, 2011,pp 1057-1070
2002Expression and distribution of ionotropic glutamate receptor subunits on parasol ganglion cells in the primate retinaGrunert, Ulrike; Lin, Betty; Martin, Paul; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Concord Clinical School: Pathology; Science Faculty AdminExpression and distribution of ionotropic glutamate receptor subunits on parasol ganglion cells in the primate retina, Visual Neuroscience, vol.19, 4,pp 453-465
2010Fascin Expression Predicts Survival After Potentially Curative Resection of Node-positive Colon CancerBokey, Elie; Chapuis, Pierre; Clarke, Stephen; Dent, Owen; Lin, Betty; Robertson, Graham; Chan, Charles; Clarke, Candice; Fung, Caroline L.-S.; Jankova, Lucy; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Pathology; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteFascin Expression Predicts Survival After Potentially Curative Resection of Node-positive Colon Cancer, American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.34, 5,pp 656-666
2012Glutathione S-transferase Pi expression predicts response to adjuvant chemotherapy for stage C colon cancer: a matched historical control studyBokey, Elie (Les); Chan, Charles; Chapuis, Pierre; Clarke, Stephen; Dent, Owen; Jankova, Lucy; Lin, Betty; Robertson, Graham; Clarke, Candice; Fung, Caroline L.-S.; Kohonen-Corish, M.R.J.; Molloy, Mark; Tan, King; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteGlutathione S-transferase Pi expression predicts response to adjuvant chemotherapy for stage C colon cancer: a matched historical control study, BMC Cancer, vol.12, N/A, 2012,pp 1-9
2005Low microsatellite instability is associated with poor prognosis in stage C colon cancer.Bokey, Elie; Chapuis, Pierre; Lin, Betty; Trent, Ronald; Chan, Charles; Daniel, Joseph J.; Dent, Owen F.; Dhillon, Varinderpal S.; Kohonen-Corish, M.R.J.; Kwun, Sun Young; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: MedicineLow microsatellite instability is associated with poor prognosis in stage C colon cancer., JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY 2005, vol.23,(10),2005,pp 2318-2324
2006Overexpression of Cripto and its prognostic significance in breast cancer: A study with long-term survival.Carmalt, Hugh; Gillett, David; Gong, Y; Kwun, S; Lin, Betty; Yarrow, P; Kennedy, C.W; Xing, P.X.; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine; Concord Clinical School: Pathology; MedicineOverexpression of Cripto and its prognostic significance in breast cancer: A study with long-term survival., European Journal of Surgical Oncology, vol.33,(4),2006,pp 438-443
2012Overexpression of protein S100A4 is independently associated with overall survival in stage C colonic cancer but only in cytoplasm at the advancing tumour frontBokey, Elie (Les); Chan, Charles; Chapuis, Pierre; Clarke, Stephen; Dent, Owen; Jankov, Lucy; Lin, Betty; Clarke, Candice; Fung, Caroline L.-S.; Kho, Patricia; Molloy, Mark; Robertson, Graham; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Concord Clinical School: MedicineOverexpression of protein S100A4 is independently associated with overall survival in stage C colonic cancer but only in cytoplasm at the advancing tumour front, International Journal of Colorectal Disease: clinical and molecular gastroenterology and surgery, vol.27, 11, 2012,pp 1409-1417
2007Particulate debris collected during carotid stenting: Are we missing something?Lin, Betty; Lowe, Harry; Cheng, W; McMahon, A; Stephens, M; Concord Clinical School: Pathology; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteParticulate debris collected during carotid stenting: Are we missing something?, International Journal of Cardiology, vol.119,(2),2007,pp 277-279
2007Pathology reporting of resected colorectal cancers in New South Wales in 2000Armstrong, Bruce; Chapuis, Pierre; Lin, Betty; Armstrong, Katie; Chan, Charles; Dent, Owen F.; Leong, David C.; O'Connell, Dianne L; Spigelman, Allan D; School of Public Health: Public Health; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: PathologyPathology reporting of resected colorectal cancers in New South Wales in 2000, ANZ Journal of Surgery, vol.77,(11),2007,pp 963-969
2007The prognostic significance of the overexpression of the growth factor cripto in patients with breast cancerCarmalt, Hugh; Gillett, David; Lin, Betty; Gong, Y. P.; Xing, P. X.; Yarrow, P. M.; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: PathologyThe prognostic significance of the overexpression of the growth factor cripto in patients with breast cancer, ANZ Journal of Surgery 2005, vol.77,(Suppl. 1),2007,pp A3-A3
2007Promoter methylation of the mutated in colorectal cancer gene is a frequent early event in colorectal cancerBokey, Elie; Chapuis, Pierre; Dent, O; Lin, Betty; Chan, Charles; Jass, J R; Kohonen-Corish, M.R.J.; Laird, PW; Leggett, B A; Seng, TJ; Sigglekow, ND; Susanto, J; Sutherland, Robert L.; Young, J; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: PathologyPromoter methylation of the mutated in colorectal cancer gene is a frequent early event in colorectal cancer, Oncogene: including Oncogene Reviews, vol.26,(30),2007,pp 4435-4441
2006Risk factors for tumour present in a circumferential line of resection after excision of rectal cancer.Bokey, Elie; Chan, Christopher; Chapuis, Pierre; Dent, O; Lin, Betty; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: PathologyRisk factors for tumour present in a circumferential line of resection after excision of rectal cancer., British Journal of Surgery, vol.93,(7),2006,pp 860-865