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2022Evaluation of the Technical Feasibility of Robotic Approach for the Synchronous Resection of Primary Colorectal Cancer and Liver Metastasis with the Retrospective Analysis of Various Prognostic FactorsJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2021Evaluation of the Technical Feasibility of Robotic Approach for the Synchronous Resection of Primary Colorectal Cancer and Liver Metastasis with the Retrospective Analysis of Various Prognostic FactorsJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2020Evaluation of the Technical Feasibility of Robotic Approach for the Synchronous Resection of Primary Colorectal Cancer and Liver Metastasis with the Retrospective Analysis of Various Prognostic FactorsJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2019A Randomized Prospective Controlled Clinical Trial Regarding the Surgical Outcomes of Robotic Approach Versus Laparoscopic for the Surgery of Middle or Low Rectal Cancer after Preoperative ChemoradiationJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2018A Randomized Prospective Controlled Clinical Trial Regarding the Surgical Outcomes of Robotic Approach Versus Laparoscopic for the Surgery of Middle or Low Rectal Cancer after Preoperative ChemoradiationJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2016Evaluation of Microsatellite Estability and the Expression of Pd-L1 in Cancer Tissues and Pd-1 in Tumor Infiltration Lymphocyte Implicated in the Immunotherapy for Colorectal CancerJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2015A Prospective Evaluation of da Vinci Robotic-Assisted Versus Standard Laparoscopic Techniques in Preforming Total Mesorectal Excision for Rectal Cancer (II)JIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2014A Prospective Evaluation of da Vinci Robotic-Assisted Versus Standard Laparoscopic Techniques in Preforming Total Mesorectal Excision for Rectal CancerJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2013Clinical Implication of Cancer-Initiating Cells in Colorectal Cancer (III)JIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2012A Prospective Evaluation of Da VI Nci Robotic-Assisted Versus Standard Laparoscopic Techniques in Preforming Total Mesorectal Excision for Rectal CancerJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2012Clinical Implication of Cancer-Initiating Cells in Colorectal CancerJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2011Oncologic Results of Laparoscopic Total Mesorectal Excision Versus Traditional Open Methods for Advanced Rectal Cancer after Concurrent Chemoradiation Therapy (CCRT)---A Randomized Prospective Clinical TrialJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2011Clinical Implication of Cancer-Initiating Cells in Colorectal CancerJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2010Clinicopathologic Features and Comparison of Oncologic Results, Operative Invasiveness, Complications, and Functional Recovery between Laparoscopic and Traditional Laparotomy Methods for Advanced Rectal Cancer after Concurrent Chemoradiation TherapyJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2010A Prospective Study Regarding the Surgical Implications of Colorectal Cancer Stem CellsJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2009Clinicopathologic Features and Comparison of Oncologic Results, Operative Invasiveness, Complications, and Functional Recovery between Laparoscopic and Traditional Laparotomy Methods for Advanced Rectal Cancer after Concurrent Chemoradiation TherapyJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2008Clinicopathologic Features and Comparison of Oncologic Results, Operative Invasiveness, Complications, and Functional Recovery between Laparoscopic and Traditional Laparotomy Methods for Advanced Rectal Cancer after Concurrent Chemoradiation TherapyJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2007A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial Comparing Oncological Results and Functional Recovery between Laparoscopic and Open Method for the Treatment of Advanced Rectal Cancer after Concurrent Chemoradiation Therapy (CCRT)---The Second YearJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2006A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial Comparing Oncological Results and Functional Recovery between Laparoscopic and Open Method for the Treatment of Advanced Rectal Cancer after Concurrent Chemoradiation Therapy (CCRT)JIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2005Association of Microsatellite Instability, Thymidylate Synthase (TS), Dipyrimidine Dehydrogenase (DPD), Microvessel Density (VD) and Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) with Chemosensitivity in Stage IV Colorectal CancerJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2005Risk Factors of Colorectal Cancer in Taiwan---With Special Reference to the Association with Nutrition, Diet, Obesity, Diabetes Mellitus, and Genetic AlterationsJIN-TUNG LIANGMinistry of Health and Welfare
2004Association of the -160 C→A Promoter Polymorphism of E-Cadherin Gene with Colorectal Adenocarcinoma RiskJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2004Risk Factors of Colorectal Cancer in Taiwan-With Special Reference to the Association with Nutrition, Diet, Obesity, Diabetes Mellitus, and Genetic AlterationsJIN-TUNG LIANGMinistry of Health and Welfare
2003Exploration for the Expression of Genes Related to Progression and Metastasis of Colorectal CancerJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2002Screening the Differential Expression of Genes Related to Colorectal Cancer Metastasis Using Microarray TechniqueJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2001The Role of Beta-Catenin Mutations in the Carcinogenesis of Colorectal CancersJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
2000Evaluation of Anorectal and Genitourinary Function and Survival in Rectal Cancer Patients after Wide Pelvic Lymphadenectomy and Autonomic Nerve-Sparing Surgery (II)JIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
1999Evaluation of Anorectal and Genitourinary Function and Survival in Rectal Cancer Patients after Wide Pelvic Lymphadenectomy and Autonomic Nerve-Sparing SurgeryJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
1998Neurophysiological and Pharmacological Study on the Sexual and Bladder Dysfunction Induced by Wide Pelvic LymphadenectomyJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council
1997The Role of Autonomic Nerves on the en Bloc Lymphadenetomy Induced Sexual and Bladder DysfunctionJIN-TUNG LIANGNational Science and Technology Council