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1-Jan-2010An innovative attached-growth biological system for purication of pond waterChang, CY; Chang, JS; Chen, CM; Chiemchaisri, C; Vigneswaran, S
1-Jul-2018Health professional-patient communication practices in East Asia: An integrative review of an emerging field of research and practice in Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Mainland ChinaPun, JKH; Chan, EA; Wang, S; Slade, D
31-Jan-2016Interactive Visual Discovering of Movement Patterns from Sparsely Sampled Geo-tagged Social Media DataChen, S; Yuan, X; Wang, Z; Guo, C; Liang, J; Wang, Z; Zhang, XL; Zhang, J
1-Jul-2004Polymorphisms in GSTT1 and p53 and urinary transitional cell carcinoma in south-western Taiwan: A preliminary studyChen, YC; Xu, L; Guo, YLL; Su, HJJ; Smith, TJ; Ryan, LM; Lee, MS; Christiani, DC
1-May-2010Early-life or lifetime sun exposure, sun reaction, and the risk of squamous cell carcinoma in an Asian populationChen, YC; Christiani, DC; Su, HJJ; Hsueh, YM; Smith, TJ; Ryan, LM; Chao, SC; Lee, JYY; Guo, YLL
1-Jan-2004Knee Pain and Driving Duration: A Secondary Analysis of the Taxi Drivers' Health StudyChen, JC; Dennerlein, JT; Shih, TS; Chen, CJ; Cheng, Y; Chang, WP; Ryan, LM; Christiani, DC
13-Mar-2003Genetic polymorphism in p53 codon 72 and skin cancer in southwestern TaiwanChen, YC; Xu, L; Guo, YLL; Su, HJJ; Hsueh, YM; Smith, TJ; Ryan, LM; Lee, MS; Chaor, SC; Lee, JYY; Christiani, DC
1-Mar-2003Arsenic methylation and skin cancer risk in Southwestern TaiwanChen, YC; Guo, YLL; Su, HJJ; Hsueh, YM; Smith, TJ; Ryan, LM; Lee, MS; Chao, SC; Lee, JYY; Christiani, DC
15-Sep-2003Predictors of whole-body vibration levels among urban taxi driversChen, JC; Chang, WR; Shih, TS; Chen, CJ; Chang, WP; Dennerlein, JT; Ryan, LM; Christian, DC
1-Jan-2014A critical review of traditional Chinese medicine use amongst women with menopausal symptomsPeng, W; Sibbritt, DW; Hickman, L; Kong, X; Yang, L; Adams, J
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