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2012Selective cleavage of pepsin by molybdenum metallopeptidaseYenjai S.; Malaikaew P.; Liwporncharoenvong T.; Buranaprapuk A.
2010Molecular targets of apigenin in colorectal cancer cells: Involvement of p21, NAG-1 and p53Zhong Y.; Krisanapun C.; Lee S.-H.; Nualsanit T.; Sams C.; Peungvicha P.; Baek S.J.
2011Rapid and sensitive detection of Vibrio vulnificus by loop-mediated isothermal amplification combined with lateral flow dipstick targeted to rpoS geneSurasilp T.; Longyant S.; Rukpratanporn S.; Sridulyakul P.; Sithigorngul P.; Chaivisuthangkura P.
2011The C2 domain of Tollip, a Toll-like receptor signalling regulator, exhibits broad preference for phosphoinositidesAnkem G.; Mitra S.; Sun F.; Moreno A.C.; Chutvirasakul B.; Azurmendi H.F.; Li L.; Capelluto D.G.S.
2011Detection of infectious myonecrosis virus using monoclonal antibody specific to N and C fragments of the capsid protein expressed heterologouslyKunanopparat A.; Chaivisuthangkura P.; Senapin S.; Longyant S.; Rukpratanporn S.; Flegel T.W.; Sithigorngul P.
2010Transspecies dimorphic allelic lineages of the proteasome subunit β-type 8 gene (PSMB8) in the teleost genus OryziasMiura F.; Tsukamoto K.; Mehta R.B.; Naruse K.; Magtoon W.; Nonaka M.
2012Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of Saraca thaipingensis Cantley ex PrainPrachayasittikul S.; Worachartcheewan A.; Yainoy S.; Lomchoey N.; Kittiphatcharin P.; Ruchirawat S.; Prachayasittikul V.
2012Characterization of mucus-associated proteins from abalone (Haliotis) - Candidates for chemical signalingKuanpradit C.; Stewart M.J.; York P.S.; Degnan B.M.; Sobhon P.; Hanna P.J.; Chavadej J.; Cummins S.F.
20103-(1-adamantylthio)-4-phenylpyridine as a potential therapeutic for methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureusLawung R.; Treeratanapiboon L.; Prachayasittikul S.; Prachayasittikul V.
2014Type I and type II crustins from Penaeus monodon, genetic variation and antimicrobial activity of the most abundant crustinPm4Donpudsa S.; Visetnan S.; Supungul P.; Tang S.; Tassanakajon A.; Rimphanitchayakit V.