Kah Wai Lin

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Interstitial telomeric sequences (ITSs) consist of tandem repeats of the canonical telomeric repeat and are common in mammals. They are localized at intrachromosomal sites, including those repeats located close to the centromeres and those found at interstitial sites, i.e., between the centromeres and the telomeres. ITSs might originate from ancestral(More)
  • K W Lin
  • 2005
CONTEXT An ethnobotanical study was carried out among the Jah Hut people who live in the central part of peninsular Malaysia. MATERIALS AND METHODS The information on the medicinal plants was obtained from interview with a traditional medicinal man. The traditional uses and remedies were documented. The literature searches were carried out for the(More)
Adenocarcinoma of the duodenum is an exceedingly rare disorder. Its vague and non-specific symptoms often lead clinicians and patients to suspect other more benign differential diagnoses. Improved endoscopy and radiology have enabled more of these cases to be unearthed. Definitive surgery is the only means of potential cure, with the prognosis being(More)
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