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1. Comparison of the polymerase chain reaction and serologic tests for diagnosis of septicemic melioidosis. Sermswan, RW
Wongratanacheewin, S
Anuntagool, N
Sirisinha, S
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2. Characterization of the Opisthorchis viverrini genome Sermswan, R
Mongkolsuk, S
Sirisinha, S
1991
3. Detection of Opisthorchis viverrini by monoclonal antibody-based ELISA and DNA hybridization Sirisinha, S
Chawengkirttikul, R
Sermswan, R
Amornpant, S
Mongkolsuk, S
Panyim, S
1991
4. Immunodiagnosis of opisthorchiasis. Sirisinha, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
1991
5. Isolation and characterization of Opisthorchis viverrini specific DNA probe Sermswan, R
Mongkolsuk, S
Panyim, S
Sirisinha, S
1991
6. Search for specific antigens of Pseudomonas pseudomallei : I. An analysis of sonic extracted antigens of P.pseudomallei by SDS-PAGE and immunoblot Suwin Wongwajana
supatra Ratanatragooldecha
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
Unchalee Tattawasart
Kanokrut Nuntirooj
Rasana Wongratanacheewin
Chatri Settasatian
1991
7. Characterization of Pseudomonas pseudomallei antigens by SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and western blot. Wongratanacheewin, S.
Tattawasart, U.
Lulitanond, V.
Wongwajana, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Sookpranee, M.
Nuntirooj, K.
1993
8. Construction of a specific DNA probe for diagnosis of melioidosis and use as an epidemiological marker of Pseudomonas pseudomallei Sermswan, RW
Wongratanacheewin, S
Tattawasart, U
Wongwajana, S
1994
9. Use of culture-filtrated antigen in an ELISA and a dot immunoassay for the diagnosis of melioidosis. Wongratanacheewin, S.
Amornpunt, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Tattawasart, U.
Wongwajana, S.
1995
10. Detection of Burkholderia pseudomallei in blood samples using polymerase chain reaction. Rattanathongkom, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
1997
11. Comparison of the polymerase chain reaction and serologic tests for diagnosis of septicemic melioidosis Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Anuntagool, N.
Sirisinha, S.
2000
12. Comparison of three PCR primer sets for diagnosis of septicemic melioidosis Kunakorn, M
Raksakait, K
Sethaudom, C
Sermswan, RW
Dharakul, T
2000
13. Use of multiplex PCR patterns as genetic markers for Burkholderia pseudomallei Wongratanacheewin, S
Komutrin, K
Sermswan, RW
2000
14. Development of a PCR-based method for the detection of Opisthorchis viverrini in experimentally infected hamsters S Wongratanacheewin
W Pumidonming
RW Sermswan
W Maleewong
2001
15. Retrospective study on the diagnostic value of IgG ELISA, dot immunoassay and indirect hemagglutination in septicemic melioidosis Wongratanacheewi, S
Sermswan, RW
Anuntagool, N
Sirisinha, S
2001
16. Ribotyping of Burkholderia pseudomallei from clinical and soil isolates in Thailand Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Thamlikitkul, V.
2001
17. Detection of Opisthorchis viverrini in human stool specimens by PCR S Wongratanacheewin
W Pumidonming
RW Sermswan
V Pipitgool
W Maleewong
2002
18. Detection of Opisthorchis viverrini in human stool specimens by PCR [3] Wongratanacheewin, S.
Pumidonming, W.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Pipitgool, V.
Maleewong, W.
2002
19. Genetic Engineering and Diagnosis of Genetic Diseases in 21st Century Rasana Wongratanacheewin 2003
20. Immunology and molecular biology of Opisthorchis viverrini infection Wongratanacheewin, S
Sermswan, RW
Sirisinha, S
2003
21. Immunostimulatory CpG oligodeoxynucleotide confers protection in a murine model of infection with Burkholderia pseudomallei Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Sirisinha, S.
2004
22. Isolation of fetal nucleated red blood cell from maternal blood using immunomagnetic beads for prenatal diagnosis Pongsritasana, T.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2006
23. Lipopolysaccharide heterogeneity among Burkholderia pseudomallei from different geographic and clinical origins. Anuntagool, N
Wuthiekanun, V
White, NJ
Currie, BJ
Sermswan, RW
Wongratanacheewin, S
Taweechaisupapong, S
Chaiyaroj, SC
Sirisinha, S
2006
24. Short report: Lipopolysaccharide heterogeneity among Burkholderia pseudomallei from different geographic and clinical origins Anuntagool, N.
Wuthiekanun, V.R.
Currie, B.J.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Taweechaisupapong, S.
Sirisinha, S.
2006
25. Toxicity of the entomopathogenic bacteria Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus to the mushroom mite (Luciaphorus sp.; Acari: Pygmephoridae) P Bussaman
RW Sermswan
PS Grewal
2006
26. A horizontal gene transfer event defines two distinct groups within Burkholderia pseudomallei that have dissimilar geographic distributions Tuanyok, A
Auerbach, RK
Brettin, TS
Bruce, DC
Munk, AC
Detter, JC
Pearson, T
Hornstra, H
Sermswan, RW
Wuthiekanun, V
Peacock, SJ
Currie, BJ
Keim, P
Wagner, DM
2007
27. Cytokine expression in hamsters experimentally infected with Opisthorchis viverrini Jittimanee, J.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Puapairoj, A.
Maleewong, W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2007
28. Fine-scale genetic diversity among Burkholderia pseudomallei soil isolates in northeast Thailand. Jana M. U'Ren
Heidie Hornstra
Talima Pearson
James M. Schupp
Benjamin Leadem
Shalamar Georgia
Rasana W. Sermswan
Paul Keim
2007
29. Analyses of vaccination protocols for Leptospira interrogans serovar Autumnalis in hamsters Amporn Srikram
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
Anucha Puapairoj
Vanaporn Wuthiekanun
Rasana W. Sermswan
2008
30. Differential response of cytokines induced by Leptospira interrogans, serogroup Pomona, serovar Pomona, in mouse and human cell lines Jongyota, W
Wigraipat, C
Nontapa, S
Taweechaisupapong, S
Wara-Aswapati, NC
Wongratanacheewin, S
Sermswan, RW
2008
31. Soil physicochemical properties related to the presence of Burkholderia pseudomallei Palasatien, S
Lertsirivorakul, R
Royros, P
Wongratanacheewin, S
Sermswan, RW
2008
32. TBK1 does not play a role in the control of in vitro Burkholderia pseudomallei growth Panomket, P
Splitter, G
Harms, J
Sermswan, RW
Chedchotisakd, P
Wongratanacheewin, S
2008
33. Genome-wide transposon mutagenesis in pathogenic Leptospira species. Gerald L. Murray
Viviane Morel
Gustavo M. Cerqueira
Julio Croda
Amporn Srikram
Rebekah Henry
Albert I. Ko
Odir A. Dellagostin
Dieter M. Bulach
Rasana W. Sermswan
Ben Adler
Mathieu Picardeau
2009
34. Leptospira interrogans requires heme oxygenase for disease pathogenesis Murray, GL
Srikram, A
Henry, R
Puapairoj, A
Sermswan, RW
Adler, B
2009
35. Major surface protein LipL32 is not required for either acute or chronic infection with leptospira interrogans Gerald L. Murray
Amporn Srikram
David E. Hoke
Elsio A. Wunder
Rebekah Henry
Miranda Lo
Kunkun Zhang
Rasana W. Sermswan
Albert I. Ko
Ben Adler
2009
36. Use of a low-dose steroid as an adjunct in the treatment, in mice, of severe sepsis caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei P. Panomket
P. Chetchotisakd
R. W. Sermswan
P. Pannengpetch
S. Wongratanacheewin
2009
37. Bacterial loads and antibody responses in BALB/c mice infected with low and high doses of Burkholderia pseudomallei. Srisurat, N
Sermswan, RW
Tatawasart, U
Wongratanacheewin, S
2010
38. Bacteriophages and their Medical Applications Nittaya Khakhum
Umaporn Yordpratum
Rasana Wongratanacheewin
2010
39. Growing Burkholderia pseudomallei in biofilm stimulating conditions significantly induces antimicrobial resistance Chakrit Sawasdidoln
Suwimol Taweechaisupapong
Rasana W. Sermswan
Unchalee Tattawasart
Sumalee Tungpradabkul
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
2010
40. Metagenomics Chotima Potisap
Rasana Wongratanacheewin
2010
41. Mutations affecting Leptospira interrogans lipopolysaccharide attenuate virulence Murray, GL
Srikram, A
Henry, R
Hartskeerl, RA
Sermswan, RW
Adler, B
2010
42. Short Report: Bacterial Loads and Antibody Responses in BALB/c Mice Infected with Low and High Doses of Burkholderia pseudomallei Srisurat, N.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Tatawasart, U.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2010
43. Use of Luminescent Leptospira interrogans for Enumeration in Biological Assays Srikram, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2010
44. Cross-protective Immunity Against Leptospirosis Elicited by a Live, Attenuated Lipopolysaccharide Mutant Srikram, A.
Zhang, K.
Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011
45. Genetic diversity of mushroom mite (Luciaphorus sp.) infesting cultivated mushrooms in the Northeast of Thailand Bussaman, P.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011
46. Novel lytic bacteriophages from soil that lyse Burkholderia pseudomallei. Yordpratum, U.
Tattawasart, U.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011
47. Recombinant LipL32 and LigA from Leptospira are unable to stimulate protective immunity against leptospirosis in the hamster model Deveson Lucas, D.S.
Srikram, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011
48. Cationic liposomes extend the immunostimulatory effect of CpG oligodeoxynucleotide against Burkholderia pseudomallei infection in BALB/c mice. Puangpetch, A.
Huang, Y.Y.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Chaicumpa, W.
Sirisinha, S.
Wongratanacheewina, S.
2012
49. Development of a multiplex PCR assay for rapid identification of Burkholderia pseudomallei, Burkholderia thailandensis, Burkholderia mallei and Burkholderia cepacia complex Seng Fook Koh
Sun Tee Tay
Rasana Sermswan
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
Kek Heng Chua
Savithri D. Puthucheary
2012
50. Flaa proteins in Leptospira interrogans are essential for motility and virulence but are not required for formation of the flagellum sheath Ambroise Lambert
Mathieu Picardeau
David A. Haake
Rasana W. Sermswan
Amporn Srikram
Ben Adler
Gerald A. Murray
2012
51. Genomic islands as a marker to differentiate between clinical and environmental Burkholderia pseudomallei Thanatchaporn Bartpho
Thidathip Wongsurawat
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
Adel M. Talaat
Nitsara Karoonuthaisiri
Rasana W. Sermswan
2012
52. Leptospira interrogans catalase is required for resistance to H2O2 and for virulence. Eshghi, A.
Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2012
53. Protective immunization of hamsters against Opisthorchis viverrini infection is associated with the reduction of TGF-β expression Jittimanee, J
Sermswan, RW
Kaewraemruaen, C
Barta, JR
Macinnes, JI
Maleewong, W
Wongratanacheewin, S
2012
54. Environmental management procedures following fatal melioidosis in a captive chimpanzee (Pan Troglodytes) Sommanustweechai, A
Kasantikul, T
Somsa, W
Wongratanacheewin, S
Sermswan, RW
Kongmakee, P
Thomas, W
Kamolnorranath, S
Siriaroonrat, B
Bush, M
Banlunara, W
2013
55. Evaluation of 238 antigens of Leptospira borgpetersenii serovar Hardjo for protection against kidney colonisation Gerald L. Murray
Miranda Lo
Dieter M. Bulach
Amporn Srikram
Torsten Seemann
Noelene S. Quinsey
Rasana W. Sermswan
Andy Allen
Ben Adler
2013
56. Leptospiral LruA is required for virulence and modulates an interaction with mammalian apolipoprotein AI Kunkun Zhang
Gerald L. Murray
Torsten Seemann
Amporn Srikram
Thanatchaporn Bartpho
Rasana W. Sermswan
Ben Adler
David E. Hoke
2013
57. Leptospiral outer membrane protein lipl41 is not essential for acute leptospirosis but requires a small chaperone protein, lep, for stable expression Amy M. King
Thanatchaporn Bartpho
Rasana W. Sermswan
Dieter M. Bulach
Azad Eshghi
Mathieu Picardeau
Ben Adler
Gerald L. Murray
2013
58. Use of a high-throughput screen to identify Leptospira mutants unable to colonize the carrier host or cause disease in the acute model of infection. Renee A. Marcsisin
Thanatchaporn Bartpho
Dieter M. Bulach
Amporn Srikram
Rasana W. Sermswan
Ben Adler
Gerald L. Murray
2013
59. Characterization of BPSS1521 (bprD), a regulator of Burkholderia pseudomallei virulence gene expression in the mouse model. Sunisa Chirakul
Thanatchaporn Bartpho
Thidathip Wongsurawat
Suwimol Taweechaisupapong
Nitsara Karoonutaisiri
Adel M. Talaat
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
Robert K. Ernst
Rasana W. Sermswan
2014
60. Comparison of the protective effects of killed Burkholderia pseudomallei and CpG oligodeoxynucleotide against live challenge Apichaya Puangpetch
Robert Anderson
Yan Y. Huang
Rojana Saengsot
Rasana W. Sermswan
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
2014
61. High HMGB1 level is associated with poor outcome of septicemic melioidosis Sermswan, R.W.O.
Paeyao, A.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2014
62. High-temperature protein G is an essential virulence factor of Leptospira interrogans Amy M. King
Gabriela Pretre
Thanatchaporn Bartpho
Rasana W. Sermswan
Claudia Toma
Toshihiko Suzuki
Azad Eshghi
Mathieu Picardeau
Ben Adler
Gerald L. Murray
2014
63. LYTIC CAPABILITY OF BACTERIOPHAGES (FAMILY MYOVIRIDAE) ON BURKHOLDERIA PSEUDOMALLEI Kulsuwan, R
Wongratanacheewin, S
Wongratanacheewin, RS
Yordpratum, U
Tattawasart, U
2014
64. A PCR-based detection of burkholderia pseudomallei diversity using myoviridae prophage typing Nakornpakdee, Y
Sermswan, RW
Tattawasart, U
Yordpratum, U
Wongratanacheewin, S
2015
65. Direct detection of Burkholderia pseudomallei and biological factors in soil. Rasana W. Sermswan
Phairat Royrosa
Nittaya Khakhum
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
Apichai Tuanyok
2015
66. Drug susceptibility and biofilm formation of burkholderia pseudomallei in nutrient-limited condition Anutrakunchai, C
Sermswan, RW
Wongratanacheewin, S
Puknun, A
Taweechaisupapong, S
2015
67. Retrospective study on fatal melioidosis in captive zoo animals in Thailand Kasantikul, T.
Polsrila, K.
Kongkham, W.
Chaisongkram, C.
Kongmakee, P.
Narongwanichgarn, W.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2015
68. THE CONTRIBUTION OF SOIL PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES TO THE PRESENCE AND GENETIC DIVERSITY OF BURKHOLDERIA PSEUDOMALLEI Potisap, C.
Boonmee, A.
Chaianunporn, T.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2015
69. Transcription level analysis of intracellular Burkholderia pseudomallei illustrates the role of BPSL1502 during bacterial interaction with human lung epithelial cells Teerasit Techawiwattanaboon
Tanachaporn Bartpho
Rasana Wongratanacheewin Sermswan
Sorujsiri Chareonsudjai
2015
70. Burkholderia pseudomallei resistance to antibiotics in biofilm-induced conditions is related to efflux pumps. Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2016
71. Cloning, expression, and characterization of a peptidoglycan hydrolase from the Burkholderia pseudomallei phage ST79 Nittaya Khakhum
Umaporn Yordpratum
Atcha Boonmee
Unchalee Tattawasart
Jorge L. M. Rodrigues
Rasana W. Sermswan
2016
72. CpG oligodeoxynucleotides with crude parasite antigens reduce worm recovery in Opisthorchis viverrini infected hamsters Kaewraemruaen, C
Sermswan, RW
Wongratanacheewin, S
2016
73. Identification of the Burkholderia pseudomallei bacteriophage ST79 lysis gene cassette Khakhum, N
Yordpratum, U
Boonmee, A
Tattawasart, U
Rodrigues, JL
Sermswan, RW
2016
74. Induction of regulatory T cells by Opisthorchis viverrini Kaewraemruaen, C.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2016
75. Retrospective Study on Fatal Melioidosis in Captive Zoo Animals in Thailand Kasantikul, T
Sommanustweechai, A
Polsrila, K
Kongkham, W
Chaisongkram, C
Sanannu, S
Kongmakee, P
Narongwanichgarn, W
Bush, M
Sermswan, RW
Banlunara, W
2016
76. Role of RelA and SpoT in Burkholderia pseudomallei survival, biofilm formation and ceftazidime tolerance during nutritional stress C. Anutrakunchai
C. M. Hemsley
R. W. Sermswan
R. W. Titball
S. Chareonsudjai
S. Taweechaisupapong
2016
77. Hydrological connectivity and Burkholderia pseudomallei prevalence in wetland environments: investigating rice-farming community's risk of exposure to melioidosis in North-East Thailand Sermswan, R.W. 2017
78. Physicochemical and Biological Factors of Soil and the Potential Use of Antagonistic Microbes for Biocontrol of Burkholderia pseudomallei Sermswan, R.W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2017
79. Secondary metabolites from Bacillus amyloliquefaciens isolated from soil can kill Burkholderia pseudomallei Patcharaporn Boottanun
Chotima Potisap
Julian G. Hurdle
Rasana W. Sermswan
2017
80. Burkholderia pseudomallei-absent soil bacterial community results in secondary metabolites that kill this pathogen Potisap, C
Khan, MAW
Boonmee, A
Rodrigues, JLM
Wongratanacheewin, S
Sermswan, RW
2018
81. Hamster IFN-gamma(+)CD4(+) and IL-4(+)CD4(+) T cell responses against leptospires are significantly higher than those of mice Sermswan, R.W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2018
82. Heterologous protection elicited by a live, attenuated, Leptospira vaccine Murray, GL
Simawaranon, T
Kaewraemruaen, C
Adler, B
Sermswan, RW
2018
83. Melioidosis in Thailand: Present and Future. Hinjoy, S
Hantrakun, V
Kongyu, S
Kaewrakmuk, J
Wangrangsimakul, T
Jitsuronk, S
Saengchun, W
Bhengsri, S
Akarachotpong, T
Thamthitiwat, S
Sangwichian, O
Anunnatsiri, S
Sermswan, RW
Lertmemongkolchai, G
Tharinjaroen, CS
Preechasuth, K
Udpaun, R
Chuensombut, P
Waranyasirikul, N
Anudit, C
Narenpitak, S
Jutrakul, Y
Teparrukkul, P
Teerawattanasook, N
Thanvisej, K
Suphan, A
Sukbut, P
Ploddi, K
Sirichotirat, P
Chiewchanyon, B
Rukseree, K
Hongsuwan, M
Wongsuwan, G
Sunthornsut, P
Wuthiekanun, V
Sachaphimukh, S
Wannapinij, P
Chierakul, W
Chewapreecha, C
Thaipadungpanit, J
Chantratita, N
Korbsrisate, S
Taunyok, A
Dunachie, S
Palittapongarnpim, P
Sirisinha, S
Kitphati, R
Iamsirithaworn, S
Chaowagul, W
Chetchotisak, P
Whistler, T
Wongratanacheewin, S
Limmathurotsakul, D
2018
84. A new cytotoxic plumbagin derivative from roots of . Suchaichit, N
Suchaichit, NP
Kanokmedhakul, K
Boottanun, P
Sermswan, RW
Moosophon, P
Kanokmedhakul, S
2019
85. A new cytotoxic plumbagin derivative from roots of Diospyros undulata Suchaichit, N.
Kanokmedhakul, K.
Sermswan, R.W.
Moosophon, P.
Kanokmedhakul, S.
2019
86. Iron chelator effect on biofilm-producing burkholderia pseudomallei antibiotic susceptibility in a microfluidic culture system Supaksorn Chattagul
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin
Rasana W. Sermswan
2019
87. Temporal proteomic profiling reveals changes that support Burkholderia biofilms Sermswan, R.W. 2019
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Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
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1. Characterization of the Opisthorchis viverrini genome Sermswan, R.W.O.
Sirisinha, S.
1991 Journal of Helminthology
1 (65), pp. 51-54
2. Detection of Opisthorchis viverrini by monoclonal antibody-based ELISA and DNA hybridization Sirisinha, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Panyim, S.
1991 American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
2 (44), pp. 140-145
3. Immunodiagnosis of opisthorchiasis. Sirisinha, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
1991 The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health
(22 Suppl), pp. 179-183
4. Isolation and characterization of Opisthorchis viverrini specific DNA probe Sermswan, R.W.O.
Panyim, S.
Sirisinha, S.
1991 Molecular and Cellular Probes
6 (5), pp. 399-407
5. Characterization of Pseudomonas pseudomallei antigens by SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and western blot. Wongratanacheewin, S.
Tattawasart, U.
Lulitanond, V.
Wongwajana, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Sookpranee, M.
Nuntirooj, K.
1993 The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health
1 (24), pp. 107-113
6. Construction of a specific DNA probe for diagnosis of melioidosis and use as an epidemiological marker of Pseudomonas pseudomallei Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Tattawasart, U.
Wongwajana, S.
1994 Molecular and Cellular Probes
1 (8), pp. 1-9
7. Use of culture-filtrated antigen in an ELISA and a dot immunoassay for the diagnosis of melioidosis. Wongratanacheewin, S.
Amornpunt, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Tattawasart, U.
Wongwajana, S.
1995 The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health
2 (26), pp. 329-334
8. Detection of Burkholderia pseudomallei in blood samples using polymerase chain reaction Rattanathongkom, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
1997 Molecular and Cellular Probes
1 (11), pp. 25-31
9. Comparison of the polymerase chain reaction and serologic tests for diagnosis of septicemic melioidosis Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Anuntagool, N.
Sirisinha, S.
2000 American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
3-4 (63), pp. 146-149
10. Comparison of three PCR primer sets for diagnosis of septicemic melioidosis Sermswan, R.W.O. 2000 Acta Tropica
2-3 (74), pp. 247-251
11. Use of multiplex PCR patterns as genetic markers for Burkholderia pseudomallei Wongratanacheewin, S.
Komutrin, K.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2000 Acta Tropica
2-3 (74), pp. 193-199
12. Development of a PCR-based method for the detection of Opisthorchis viverrini in experimentally infected hamsters Wongratanacheewin, S.
Pumidonming, W.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Maleewong, W.
2001 Parasitology
2 (122), pp. 175-180
13. Ribotyping of Burkholderia pseudomallei from clinical and soil isolates in Thailand Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Thamlikitkul, V.
2001 Acta Tropica
3 (80), pp. 237-244
14. Detection of Opisthorchis viverrini in human stool specimens by PCR [3] Wongratanacheewin, S.
Pumidonming, W.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Pipitgool, V.
Maleewong, W.
2002 Journal of Clinical Microbiology
10 (40), pp. 3879-3880
15. Immunology and molecular biology of Opisthorchis viverrini infection Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Sirisinha, S.
2003 Acta Tropica
3 (88), pp. 195-207
16. Immunostimulatory CpG oligodeoxynucleotide confers protection in a murine model of infection with Burkholderia pseudomallei Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Sirisinha, S.
2004 Infection and Immunity
8 (72), pp. 4494-4502
17. Isolation of fetal nucleated red blood cell from maternal blood using immunomagnetic beads for prenatal diagnosis Pongsritasana, T.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2006 Asian Pacific Journal of Allergy and Immunology
1 (24), pp. 65-71
18. Short report: Lipopolysaccharide heterogeneity among Burkholderia pseudomallei from different geographic and clinical origins Anuntagool, N.
Wuthiekanun, V.R.
Currie, B.J.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Taweechaisupapong, S.
Sirisinha, S.
2006 American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
3 (74), pp. 348-352
19. Toxicity of the entomopathogenic bacteria Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus to the mushroom mite (Luciaphorus sp.; Acari: Pygmephoridae) Bussaman, P.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Grewal, P.S.
2006 Biocontrol Science and Technology
3 (16), pp. 245-256
20. A horizontal gene transfer event defines two distinct groups within Burkholderia pseudomallei that have dissimilar geographic distributions Bruce, D.C.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wuthiekanun, V.R.
Peacock, S.J.
Currie, B.J.
2007 Journal of Bacteriology
24 (189), pp. 9044-9049
21. Cytokine expression in hamsters experimentally infected with Opisthorchis viverrini Jittimanee, J.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Puapairoj, A.
Maleewong, W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2007 Parasite Immunology
3 (29), pp. 159-167
22. Fine-scale genetic diversity among Burkholderia pseudomallei soil isolates in northeast Thailand Sermswan, R.W.O. 2007 Applied and Environmental Microbiology
20 (73), pp. 6678-6681
23. Analyses of vaccination protocols for Leptospira interrogans serovar Autumnalis in hamsters Srikram, A.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Puapairoj, A.
Wuthiekanun, V.R.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2008 American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
5 (79), pp. 779-786
24. Differential response of cytokines induced by Leptospira interrogans, serogroup Pomona, serovar Pomona, in mouse and human cell lines Jongyota, W.
Wigraipat, C.
Nontapa, S.
Taweechaisupapong, S.
Wara-Aswapati, N.C.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswans, R.W.
2008 Asian Pacific Journal of Allergy and Immunology
4 (26), pp. 229-235
25. Soil physicochemical properties related to the presence of Burkholderia pseudomallei Palasatien, S.
Lertsirivorakul, R.
Royros, P.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2008 Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
SUPPL. 1 (102), pp. S5-S9
26. TBK1 does not play a role in the control of in vitro Burkholderia pseudomallei growth Panomket, P.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Chedchotisakd, P.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2008 Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
SUPPL. 1 (102), pp. S95-S100
27. Genome-wide transposon mutagenesis in pathogenic leptospira species Srikram, A.
Henry, R.A.
Bulaeh, D.M.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2009 Infection and Immunity
2 (77), pp. 810-816
28. Leptospira interrogans requires heme oxygenase for disease pathogenesis Srikram, A.
Henry, R.A.
Puapairoj, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2009 Microbes and Infection
2 (11), pp. 311-314
29. Major surface protein LipL32 is not required for either acute or chronic infection with leptospira interrogans Srikram, A.
Wünder, E.A.
Henry, R.A.
Zhang, K.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2009 Infection and Immunity
3 (77), pp. 952-958
30. Use of a low-dose steroid as an adjunct in the treatment, in mice, of severe sepsis caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei Panomket, P.
Chetchotisakd, P.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Pannengpetch, P.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2009 Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology
7 (103), pp. 635-646
31. Growing Burkholderia pseudomallei in biofilm stimulating conditions significantly induces antimicrobial resistance Sawasdidoln, C.
Taweechaisupapong, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Tattawasart, U.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2010 PLoS ONE
2 (5), pp.
32. Mutations affecting Leptospira interrogans lipopolysaccharide attenuate virulence Srikram, A.
Henry, R.A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2010 Molecular Microbiology
3 (78), pp. 701-709
33. Short report: Bacterial loads and antibody responses in BALB/c mice infected with low and high doses of Burkholderia pseudomallei Srisurat, N.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Tatawasart, U.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2010 American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
6 (82), pp. 1102-1105
34. Use of luminescent Leptospira interrogans for enumeration in biological assays Srikram, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2010 Journal of Clinical Microbiology
6 (48), pp. 2037-2042
35. Cross-protective immunity against leptospirosis elicited by a live, attenuated lipopolysaccharide mutant Srikram, A.
Zhang, K.
Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011 Journal of Infectious Diseases
6 (203), pp. 870-879
36. Genetic diversity of mushroom mite (Luciaphorus sp.) infesting cultivated mushrooms in the Northeast of Thailand Bussaman, P.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011 African Journal of Agricultural Research
24 (6), pp. 5438-5445
37. Novel lytic bacteriophages from soil that lyse Burkholderia pseudomallei Yordpratum, U.
Tattawasart, U.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011 FEMS Microbiology Letters
1 (314), pp. 81-88
38. Recombinant LipL32 and LigA from Leptospira are unable to stimulate protective immunity against leptospirosis in the hamster model Deveson Lucas, D.S.
Srikram, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2011 Vaccine
18 (29), pp. 3413-3418
39. Cationic liposomes extend the immunostimulatory effect of CpG oligodeoxynucleotide against burkholderia pseudomallei infection in BALB/c mice Puangpetch, A.
Huang, Y.Y.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Chaicumpa, W.
Sirisinha, S.
Wongratanacheewina, S.
2012 Clinical and Vaccine Immunology
5 (19), pp. 675-683
40. Development of a multiplex PCR assay for rapid identification of Burkholderia pseudomallei, Burkholderia thailandensis, Burkholderia mallei and Burkholderia cepacia complex Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Chua, K.H.
2012 Journal of Microbiological Methods
3 (90), pp. 305-308
41. Flaa proteins in Leptospira interrogans are essential for motility and virulence but are not required for formation of the flagellum sheath Sermswan, R.W.O.
Srikram, A.
2012 Infection and Immunity
6 (80), pp. 2019-2025
42. Genomic islands as a marker to differentiate between clinical and environmental Burkholderia pseudomallei Bartpho, T.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Karoonuthaisiri, N.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2012 PLoS ONE
6 (7), pp.
43. Leptospira interrogans catalase is required for resistance to H2O2 and for virulence Eshghi, A.
Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2012 Infection and Immunity
11 (80), pp. 3892-3899
44. Protective immunization of hamsters against Opisthorchis viverrini infection is associated with the reduction of TGF-β expression Jittimanee, J.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Kaewraemruaen, C.
Maleewong, W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2012 Acta Tropica
2 (122), pp. 189-195
45. Environmental management procedures following fatal melioidosis in a captive chimpanzee (Pan Troglodytes) Kasantikul, T.
Somsa, W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Kongmakee, P.
Thomas, W.
Kamolnorranath, S.
2013 Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine
2 (44), pp. 475-479
46. Evaluation of 238 antigens of Leptospira borgpetersenii serovar Hardjo for protection against kidney colonisation Srikram, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2013 Vaccine
3 (31), pp. 495-499
47. Leptospiral LruA is required for virulence and modulates an interaction with mammalian apolipoprotein AI Zhang, K.
Srikram, A.
Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2013 Infection and Immunity
10 (81), pp. 3872-3879
48. Leptospiral outer membrane protein lipl41 is not essential for acute leptospirosis but requires a small chaperone protein, lep, for stable expression Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Eshghi, A.
2013 Infection and Immunity
8 (81), pp. 2768-2776
49. Use of a high-throughput screen to identify Leptospira mutants unable to colonize the carrier host or cause disease in the acute model of infection Bartpho, T.
Srikram, A.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2013 Journal of Medical Microbiology
PART10 (62), pp. 1601-1608
50. Characterization of BPSS1521 (bprD), a regulator of Burkholderia pseudomallei virulence gene expression in the mouse model Chirakul, S.
Bartpho, T.
Taweechaisupapong, S.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2014 PLoS ONE
8 (9), pp.
51. Comparison of the protective effects of killed Burkholderia pseudomallei and CpG oligodeoxynucleotide against live challenge Puangpetch, A.
Huang, Y.Y.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2014 Vaccine
45 (32), pp. 5983-5988
52. High HMGB1 level is associated with poor outcome of septicemic melioidosis Sermswan, R.W.O.
Paeyao, A.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2014 International Journal of Infectious Diseases
(28), pp. e111-e116
53. High-temperature protein G is an essential virulence factor of Leptospira interrogans Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Suzuki, T.
Eshghi, A.
2014 Infection and Immunity
3 (82), pp. 1123-1131
54. A PCR-based detection of burkholderia pseudomallei diversity using myoviridae prophage typing Sermswan, R.W.O.
Tattawasart, U.
Yordpratum, U.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2015 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
1 (46), pp. 30-37
55. Direct detection of Burkholderia pseudomallei and biological factors in soil Sermswan, R.W.O.
Royros, P.
Khakhum, N.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2015 Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
7 (109), pp. 462-468
56. Drug susceptibility and biofilm formation of burkholderia pseudomallei in nutrient-limited condition Anutrakunchai, C.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Puknun, A.
Taweechaisupapong, S.
2015 Tropical Biomedicine
2 (32), pp. 300-309
57. Retrospective study on fatal melioidosis in captive zoo animals in Thailand Kasantikul, T.
Polsrila, K.
Kongkham, W.
Chaisongkram, C.
Kongmakee, P.
Narongwanichgarn, W.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2015 Transboundary and Emerging Diseases
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58. The contribution of soil physicochemical properties to the presence and genetic diversity of burkholderia pseudomallei Potisap, C.
Boonmee, A.
Chaianunporn, T.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2015 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
1 (46), pp. 38-50
59. Transcription level analysis of intracellular Burkholderia pseudomallei illustrates the role of BPSL1502 during bacterial interaction with human lung epithelial cells Techawiwattanaboon, T.
Bartpho, T.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Chareonsudjai, S.
2015 Journal of Microbiology
2 (53), pp. 134-140
60. Burkholderia pseudomallei resistance to antibiotics in biofilm-induced conditions is related to efflux pumps Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2016 Journal of Medical Microbiology
11 (65), pp. 1296-1306
61. Cloning, expression, and characterization of a peptidoglycan hydrolase from the Burkholderia pseudomallei phage ST79 Khakhum, N.
Yordpratum, U.
Boonmee, A.
Tattawasart, U.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2016 AMB Express
1 (6), pp.
62. CpG oligodeoxynucleotides with crude parasite antigens reduce worm recovery in Opisthorchis viverrini infected hamsters Kaewraemruaen, C.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2016 Acta Tropica
(164), pp. 395-401
63. Identification of the Burkholderia pseudomallei bacteriophage ST79 lysis gene cassette Khakhum, N.
Yordpratum, U.
Boonmee, A.
Tattawasart, U.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2016 Journal of Applied Microbiology
(), pp.
64. Identification of the Burkholderia pseudomallei bacteriophage ST79 lysis gene cassette Khakhum, N.
Yordpratum, U.
Boonmee, A.
Tattawasart, U.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2016 Journal of Applied Microbiology
2 (121), pp. 364-372
65. Induction of regulatory T cells by Opisthorchis viverrini Kaewraemruaen, C.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2016 Parasite Immunology
11 (38), pp. 688-697
66. Retrospective Study on Fatal Melioidosis in Captive Zoo Animals in Thailand Kasantikul, T.
Polsrila, K.
Kongkham, W.
Chaisongkram, C.
Kongmakee, P.
Narongwanichgarn, W.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2016 Transboundary and Emerging Diseases
5 (63), pp. e389-e394
67. Hydrological connectivity and Burkholderia pseudomallei prevalence in wetland environments: investigating rice-farming community’s risk of exposure to melioidosis in North-East Thailand Sermswan, R.W. 2017 Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
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68. Physicochemical and Biological Factors of Soil and the Potential Use of Antagonistic Microbes for Biocontrol of Burkholderia pseudomallei Sermswan, R.W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2017 Current Tropical Medicine Reports
4 (4), pp. 192-198
69. Secondary metabolites from Bacillus amyloliquefaciens isolated from soil can kill Burkholderia pseudomallei Potisap, C.
Sermswan, R.W.O.
2017 AMB Express
1 (7), pp.
70. Burkholderia pseudomallei-absent soil bacterial community results in secondary metabolites that kill this pathogen Potisap, C.
Boonmee, A.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.
2018 AMB Express
1 (8), pp.
71. Hamster IFN-γ+CD4+ and IL-4+CD4+ T cell responses against leptospires are significantly higher than those of mice Sermswan, R.W.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
2018 Asian Pacific journal of allergy and immunology
4 (36), pp. 265-272
72. Heterologous protection elicited by a live, attenuated, Leptospira vaccine Kaewraemruaen, C.
Sermswan, R.W.
2018 Veterinary Microbiology
(223), pp. 47-50
73. A new cytotoxic plumbagin derivative from roots of Diospyros undulata Suchaichit, N.
Kanokmedhakul, K.
Sermswan, R.W.
Moosophon, P.
Kanokmedhakul, S.
2019 Natural Product Research
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74. Iron chelator effect on biofilm-producing burkholderia pseudomallei antibiotic susceptibility in a microfluidic culture system Wongratanacheewin, S.
Sermswan, R.W.
2019 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
3 (50), pp. 514-521
75. Temporal proteomic profiling reveals changes that support Burkholderia biofilms Sermswan, R.W. 2019 Pathogens and Disease
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