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Muscle cellularity, growth performance and growth-related gene expression of juvenile climbing perch Anabas testudineus in response to different eggs incubation temperature.

A K Shakur Ahammad, Md Asaduzzaman, Md Borhan Uddin Ahmed, Salma Akter, Md Sadiqul Islam, M Mahfujul Haque, Hamid Ceylan, Li Lian Wong,

Although indigenous climbing perch (Anabas testudineusis) is a highly valuable species, slow growth pattern during the culture period impeding its commercial success in aquaculture. In many fish species, it has been demonstrated that incubation temperature of eggs influenced the muscle development and growth rates, which persisted throughout the subsequent larval ... Read more >>

J Therm Biol (Journal of thermal biology)
[2021, 96:102830]

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Pandanus tectorius fruit extract promotes Hsp70 accumulation, immune-related genes expression and Vibrio parahaemolyticus tolerance in the white-leg shrimp Penaeus vannamei.

Anupa Anirudhan, Victor Tosin Okomoda, Mat Taib Mimi Iryani, Yosie Andriani, Mohd Effendy Abd Wahid, Min Pau Tan, Muhd Danish-Daniel, Li Lian Wong, Tengku Sifzizul Tengku-Muhammad, Wen Jye Mok, Patrick Sorgeloos, Yeong Yik Sung,

Plants and herbal extracts are indispensable for controlling the spread of disease-causing bacteria, including those that infect aquatic organisms used in aquaculture. The use of plant or herbal extract is expected to be safe for aquatic animals and less harmful to the environment, as opposed to conventional therapeutic alternatives such ... Read more >>

Fish Shellfish Immunol (Fish & shellfish immunology)
[2021, 109:97-105]

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Use of virtual reality in the supportive care management of paediatric patients with cancer.

Kevin Yi-Lwern Yap, Dalvin Wan Hong Koh, Valerie Sze Jie Lee, Li Lian Wong,

Paediatric patients with cancer undergo multiple treatments and procedures that can be invasive and painful. Virtual reality technologies could support the management of paediatric cancer. This Review focuses on the physiological and psychological efficacy of virtual reality in supportive care management. Virtual reality has shown potential in reducing pain scores, ... Read more >>

Lancet Child Adolesc Health (The Lancet. Child & adolescent health)
[2020, 4(12):899-908]

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Skim-Sequencing Based Genotyping Reveals Genetic Divergence of the Wild and Domesticated Population of Black Tiger Shrimp (Penaeus monodon) in the Indo-Pacific Region.

Li Lian Wong, Zulaikha Mat Deris, Yoji Igarashi, Songqian Huang, Shuichi Asakawa, Qasim Ayub, Shu Yong Lim, Mhd Ikhwanuddin, Shumpei Iehata, Kazutoshi Okamoto, Mariom, Md Asaduzzaman,

The domestication of a wild-caught aquatic animal is an evolutionary process, which results in genetic discrimination at the genomic level in response to strong artificial selection. Although black tiger shrimp (<i>Penaeus monodon</i>) is one of the most commercially important aquaculture species, a systematic assessment of genetic divergence and structure of ... Read more >>

Biology (Basel) (Biology)
[2020, 9(9):]

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Cyst viability and stress tolerance upon heat shock protein 70 knockdown in the brine shrimp Artemia franciscana.

Mat Taib Mimi Iryani, Patrick Sorgeloos, Muhd Danish-Daniel, Min Pau Tan, Li Lian Wong, Wen Jye Mok, Woro Hastuti Satyantini, Gunanti Mahasri, Yeong Yik Sung,

Females of the brine shrimp Artemia franciscana produce either free-swimming nauplii via ovoviviparous pathway of reproduction or encysted embryos, known as cysts, via oviparous pathway, in which biological processes are arrested. While previous study has shown a crucial role of ATP-dependent molecular chaperone, heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) in protecting ... Read more >>

Cell Stress Chaperones (Cell stress & chaperones)
[2020, 25(6):1099-1103]

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Fine-scale population structure and ecotypes of anadromous Hilsa shad (Tenualosa ilisha) across complex aquatic ecosystems revealed by NextRAD genotyping.

Md Asaduzzaman, Md A Wahab, Md J Rahman, Md Nahiduzzzaman, Malcom W Dickson, Yoji Igarashi, Shuichi Asakawa, Li Lian Wong,

The anadromous Hilsa shad (Tenualosa ilisha) live in the Bay of Bengal and migrate to the estuaries and freshwater rivers for spawning and nursing of the juveniles. This has led to two pertinent questions: (i) do all Hilsa shad that migrate from marine to freshwater rivers come from the same ... Read more >>

Sci Rep (Scientific reports)
[2019, 9(1):16050]

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Population Genomics of an Anadromous Hilsa Shad Tenualosa ilisha Species across Its Diverse Migratory Habitats: Discrimination by Fine-Scale Local Adaptation.

Md Asaduzzaman, Yoji Igarashi, Md Abdul Wahab, Md Nahiduzzaman, Md Jalilur Rahman, Michael J Phillips, Songqian Huang, Shuichi Asakawa, Md Moshiur Rahman, Li Lian Wong,

The migration of anadromous fish in heterogenic environments unceasingly imposes a selective pressure that results in genetic variation for local adaptation. However, discrimination of anadromous fish populations by fine-scale local adaptation is challenging because of their high rate of gene flow, highly connected divergent population, and large population size. Recent ... Read more >>

Genes (Basel) (Genes)
[2019, 11(1):]

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Applications of Next-Generation Sequencing Technologies and Computational Tools in Molecular Evolution and Aquatic Animals Conservation Studies: A Short Review.

Min Pau Tan, Li Lian Wong, Siti Aisyah Razali, Nor Afiqah-Aleng, Siti Azizah Mohd Nor, Yeong Yik Sung, Yves Van de Peer, Patrick Sorgeloos, Muhd Danish-Daniel,

Aquatic ecosystems that form major biodiversity hotspots are critically threatened due to environmental and anthropogenic stressors. We believe that, in this genomic era, computational methods can be applied to promote aquatic biodiversity conservation by addressing questions related to the evolutionary history of aquatic organisms at the molecular level. However, huge ... Read more >>

Evol Bioinform Online (Evolutionary bioinformatics online)
[2019, 15:1176934319892284]

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De novo whole genome sequencing data of two mangrove-isolated microalgae from Terengganu coastal waters.

Kit Yinn Teh, C L Wan Afifudeen, Ahmad Aziz, Li Lian Wong, Saw Hong Loh, Thye San Cha,

Interest in harvesting potential benefits from microalgae renders it necessary to have the many ecological niches of a single species to be investigated. This dataset comprises de novo whole genome assembly of two mangrove-isolated microalgae (from division Chlorophyta); Chlorella vulgaris UMT-M1 and Messastrum gracile SE-MC4 from Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia. ... Read more >>

Data Brief (Data in brief)
[2019, 27:104680]

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Design and evaluation of a 3D virtual environment for collaborative learning in interprofessional team care delivery.

Sok Ying Liaw, Shawn Leng-Hsien Soh, Khoon Kiat Tan, Ling Ting Wu, John Yap, Yeow Leng Chow, Tang Ching Lau, Wee Shiong Lim, Seng Chee Tan, Hyekyung Choo, Li Lian Wong, Sok Mui Lim, Jeanette Ignacio, Lai Fun Wong,

<h4>Background</h4>Collaborative learning in interprofessional team care delivery across different healthcare courses and institutions is constrained by geographical locations and tedious scheduling. Three dimensional virtual environments (3D-VE) are a viable and innovative tool to bring diverse healthcare students to learn together.<h4>Aim</h4>The aim of this study is to describe the development of ... Read more >>

Nurse Educ Today (Nurse education today)
[2019, 81:64-71]

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Molecular Characterization and Gene Expression of Glutathione Peroxidase 1 in Tor tambroides Exposed to Temperature Stress.

Thinh Dinh Do, Nguyen Thi Mai, Tran Nguyen Duy Khoa, Ambok Bolong Abol-Munafi, Hon Jung Liew, Chang-Bae Kim, Li Lian Wong,

Temperature is an abiotic factor that affects various biological and physiological processes in fish. Temperature stress is known to increase the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that subsequently cause oxidative stress. Fish is known to evolve a system of antioxidant enzymes to reduce ROS toxicology. Glutathione peroxidase (GPx) family ... Read more >>

Evol Bioinform Online (Evolutionary bioinformatics online)
[2019, 15:1176934319853580]

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Occurrence and the ecological implication of a tropical anguillid eel Anguilla marmorata from peninsular Malaysia.

Siti Raudah Abdul Kadir, Mohamad Hafiz Farhan Abdul Rasid, Kok Onn Kwong, Li Lian Wong, Takaomi Arai,

Recent studies suggested that accurate species identification in the tropical anguillid eels based on morphological examination requires confirmation by molecular genetic analysis. Previous studies found that two tropical anguillid eels, <i>Anguilla bicolor bicolor</i> and <i>A. bengalensis bengalensis</i>, were found in peninsular Malaysia (West Malaysia) based on morphological and molecular genetic ... Read more >>

Zookeys (ZooKeys)
[2017, (695):103-110]

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Putative Roles for Metallothionein and HSP70 Genes in Relation with Heavy Metal Accumulation and Parasitic Cymothoid in the Fish Nemipterus furcosus.

Do Dinh Thinh, Mohamad Hafiz Farhan Abdul Rasid, Zulaikha Mat Deris, Noor Azhar Mohamed Shazili, Gudrun De Boeck, Li Lian Wong,

To assess stress level induced by multiple stressors in aquatic organism, biomarkers have been adopted as early warning indicator due to their high accuracy, rapidity, and sensitivity. We investigated the effects of ectoparasitic isopod infection on heavy metal bioaccumulation (Fe, Cu, Zn, and Cd) in the fish Nemipterus furcosus and ... Read more >>

Arch Environ Contam Toxicol (Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology)
[2016, 71(4):530-540]

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Gaming Preferences, Motivations, and Experiences of Pharmacy Students in Asia.

Huan Ying Chang, Li Lian Wong, Kai Zhen Yap, Kevin Yi-Lwern Yap,

<h4>Objective</h4>Serious games are becoming popular in various healthcare domains. However, they should be designed to cater toward learners' perspectives, needs, and specifications in order to be used to their full potential in education. This study investigated the gaming experiences, motivations, and preferences of pharmacy students.<h4>Materials and methods</h4>An anonymous self-administered survey ... Read more >>

Games Health J (Games for health journal)
[2016, 5(1):40-49]

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Student Preferences on Gaming Aspects for a Serious Game in Pharmacy Practice Education: A Cross-Sectional Study.

Huan Ying Chang, David Yan Hong Poh, Li Lian Wong, John Yin Gwee Yap, Kevin Yi-Lwern Yap,

<h4>Background</h4>Serious games are motivating and provide a safe environment for students to learn from their mistakes without experiencing any negative consequences from their actions. However, little is known about students' gaming preferences and the types of serious games they like to play for education.<h4>Objective</h4>This study aims to determine the types ... Read more >>

JMIR Med Educ (JMIR medical education)
[2015, 1(1):e2]

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Building a successful platform for interprofessional education for health professions in an Asian university.

Joshua Levi Jacobs, Dujeepa D Samarasekera, Wai Keung Chui, Sui Yung Chan, Li Lian Wong, Sok Ying Liaw, Mui Ling Tan, Sally Chan,

Implementing Interprofessional Education (IPE) across health professions schools is challenging. Within an Asian context, academic staff at the National University of Singapore designed a platform to create a sustainable IPE effort. A two-pronged approach was developed to ensure adequate coverage of key concepts relating to IPE within each involved faculty. ... Read more >>

Med Teach (Medical teacher)
[2013, 35(5):343-347]

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Are first-year healthcare undergraduates at an Asian university ready for interprofessional education?

Muhammad Imran Ahmad, Sally Wai-chi Chan, Li Lian Wong, Mui Ling Tan, Sok Ying Liaw,

The health professions education at the National University of Singapore (NUS) is addressing the change in health service delivery in Singapore through the provision of interprofessional education (IPE). The success of this educational approach depends on the readiness of health profession students to learn together. Although such readiness has been ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2013, 27(4):341-343]

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DNA barcoding of catfish: species authentication and phylogenetic assessment.

Li Lian Wong, Eric Peatman, Jianguo Lu, Huseyin Kucuktas, Shunping He, Chuanjiang Zhou, Uthairat Na-nakorn, Zhanjiang Liu,

As the global market for fisheries and aquaculture products expands, mislabeling of these products has become a growing concern in the food safety arena. Molecular species identification techniques hold the potential for rapid, accurate assessment of proper labeling. Here we developed and evaluated DNA barcodes for use in differentiating United ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2011, 6(3):e17812]

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