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1-Jan-2017A cost-effective assay for antioxidant using simple cotton thread combining paper based device with mobile phone detectionSateanchok S.; Wangkarn S.; Saenjum C.; Grudpan K.
5Assessment of Nevirapine Prophylactic and Therapeutic Dosing Regimens for NeonatesCressey T.; Punyawudho B.; Le Coeur S.; Jourdain G.; Saenjum C.; Capparelli E.; Jittayanun K.; Phanomcheong S.; Luvira A.; Borkird T.; Puangsombat A.; Aarons L.; Sukrakanchana P.; Urien S.; Lallemant M.; Sangsawang S.; Achalapong J.; Preedisripipat K.; Putiyanun C.; Wanchaitanawong V.; Yuthavisuthi P.; Ngampiyaskul C.; Kanjanavikai P.; Chotivanich N.; Hongsiriwon S.; Suwankornsakul W.; Sreshthatat P.; Kanjanasing A.; Kwanchaipanich R.; Rawangban B.; Santadusit S.; Jarupanich T.; Warachit B.; Siriwachirachai T.; Rojanakarin P.; Vivatpatanakul K.; Hanpinitsak S.; Wanasiri P.; Srirojana S.; Kongpanichkul R.; Bunjongpak S.; Sabsanong P.; Liampongsabuddhi P.; Pongdetudom K.; Khamja P.; Akarathum N.; Phonin S.; Limpitikul W.; Jungpipun J.; Petprakorp R.; Mahattanan S.; Kotchawet S.; Pilalai T.
1Cell cycle arrest and apoptosis induction by methanolic leaves extracts of four Annonaceae plantsPumiputavon K.; Chaowasku T.; Saenjum C.; Osathanunkul M.; Wungsintaweekul B.; Chawansuntati K.; Wipasa J.; Lithanatudom P.
1-Jan-2016Preparation of rice straw activated charcoal by 2-step H<inf>3</inf>PO<inf>4</inf> activationRamangkoon S.; Saenjum C.; Sirithunyalug B.
2013Protective effect on oxidative DNA damage and antiproliferative activity of standardized ?-oryzanol-rich extracts from Thai purple rice branSaenjum C.; Chaiyasut C.; Chansakaow S.; Sirithunyalug B.
2013Protective effect on oxidative DNA damage and antiproliferative activity of standardized γ-oryzanol-rich extracts from Thai purple rice branSaenjum C.; Chaiyasut C.; Chansakaow S.; Sirithunyalug B.
1-Jan-2017Recent research advances and ethno-botanical history of miang, a traditional fermented tea (Camellia sinensis var. assamica) of Northern ThailandKhanongnuch C.; Unban K.; Kanpiengjai A.; Saenjum C.