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2002PCR based method for identification of zoonostic Brugia malayi microfilariae in domestic catsChansiri K.; Tejangkura T.; Kwaosak P.; Sarataphan N.; Phantana S.; Sukhumsirichart W.
2005Ovulation block by Pueraria mirifica: A study of its endocrinological effect in female monkeysTrisomboon H.; Malaivijitnond S.; Watanabe G.; Taya K.
2009Endogenous rhythmicity of Bmal1 and Rev-erbα in the hamster pineal gland is not driven by norepinephrineWongchitrat P.; Felder-Schmittbuhl M.-P.; Phansuwan-Pujito P.; Pévet P.; Simonneaux V.
2000Hyposerotonin-induced nitric oxide supersensitivity in the cerebral microcirculationSrikiatkhachorn A.; Anuntasethakul T.; Maneesri S.; Phansuwan-Pujito P.; Patumraj S.; Kasantikul V.
2009Focal adhesion kinase regulates pathogen-killing capability and life span of neutrophils via mediating both adhesion-dependent and -independent cellular signalsKasorn A.; Alcaide P.; Jia Y.; Subramanian K.K.; Sarraj B.; Li Y.; Loison F.; Hattori H.; Silberstein L.E.; Luscinskas W.F.; Luo H.R.
2008Lack of specificity of commercially available antisera: Better specifications neededPradidarcheep W.; Labruyère W.T.; Dabhoiwala N.F.; Lamers W.H.
2003The presence of opioid receptors in rat inner earJongkamonwiwat N.; Phansuwan-Pujito P.; Sarapoke P.; Chetsawang B.; Casalotti S.O.; Forge A.; Dodson H.; Govitrapong P.
2005Effect of Thunbergia laurifolia, a Thai natural product used to treat drug addiction, on cerebral activity detected by functional magnetic resonance imaging in the ratThongsaard W.; Marsden C.A.; Morris P.; Prior M.; Shah Y.B.
20025-HT2A receptor activation and nitric oxide synthesis: A possible mechanism determining migraine attacksSrikiatkhachorn A.; Suwattanasophon C.; Ruangpattanatawee U.; Phansuwan-Pujito P.
2006Protection of mice against human respiratory syncytial virus by wild-type and aglycosyl mouse-human chimaeric lgG antibodies to subgroup-conserved epitopes on the G glycoproteinMekseepralard C.; Toms G.L.; Routledge E.G.