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1. Apoptosis, production of MMP9, VEGF, TNF-alpha and intracellular growth of M. tuberculosis for different genotypes and different pks15/1 genes Yorsangsukkamol, J.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
Faksri, K.
2011
2. Apoptosis, production of MMP9, VEGF, TNF-alpha and intracellular growth of M. tuberculosis for different genotypes and different pks5/1 genes. Yorsangsukkamol, J
Chaiprasert, A
Palaga, T
Prammananan, T
Faksri, K
Palittapongarnpim, P
Prayoonwiwat, N
2011
3. Epidemiological trends and clinical comparisons of Mycobacterium tuberculosis lineages in Thai TB meningitis. Kiatichai Faksri
Francis Drobniewski
Vladyslav Nikolayevskyy
Timothy Brown
Therdsak Prammananan
Prasit Palittapongarnpim
Naraporn Prayoonwiwat
Angkana Chaiprasert
2011
4. Genetic diversity of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis Beijing family based on IS6110, SNP, LSP and VNTR profiles from Thailand. Kiatichai Faksri
Francis Drobniewski
Vladyslav Nikolayevskyy
Timothy Brown
Therdsak Prammananan
Prasit Palittapongarnpim
Naraporn Prayoonwiwat
Angkana Chaiprasert
2011
5. Microscopic morphologies of different switched-phenotypes in Candida dubliniensis Phajongjit Karraphan
Kunyaluk Chaicumpar
Wises Namwat
Kiatichai Faksri
Nareas Waropastrakul
2013
6. CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL TWO-COMPONENT SYSTEM RESPONSE REGULATOR INVOLVED IN BIOFILM FORMATION AND A LOW-IRON RESPONSE OF BURKHOLDERIA PSEUDOMALLEI Wongratanacheewin, S.
Wongwajana, S.
Welbat, T.U.M.
Faksri, K.
Namwat, W.
2014
7. CLONING, EXPRESSION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS SIRR Namwat, W
Somnate, B
Maleehual, D
Chareonsudjai, S
Lulitanond, V
Faksri, K
2014
8. Comparison of stress adaptation and survival rate between Burkholderia pseudomallei with mutant and wild type bfmR. Wongwajana, S.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Chamgramol, Y.
Pairojkul, C.
Faksri, K.
Namwat, W.
2014
9. COMPARISON OF STRESS ADAPTATION AND SURVIVAL RATE BETWEEN BURKHOLDERIA PSEUDOMALLEI WITH MUTANT AND WILD TYPE R-BFM Jiraroj Neamnak
Sompong Tabunhan
Suwin Wongwajana
Surasak Wongratanacheewin
Yaovalux Chamgramol
Chawalit Pairojkul
Kiatichai Faksri
Wises Namwat
2014
10. Development of single-tube multiplex PCR for classification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis lineages based on large sequence polymorphisms. Rattanavinan Hanchaina
Viraphong Lulitanond
Wises Namwat
Kiatichai Faksri
2014
11. Effect of Zinc on Cell Morphogenesis of Candida dubliniensis Khanthiwa Chairad
Kunyaluk Chaicumpar
Wises Namwat
Kiatichai Faksri
Nareas Waropastrakul
2014
12. Epidemiology and identification of potential fungal pathogens causing invasive fungal infections in a tertiary care hospital in northeast Thailand. Kiatichai Faksri
Wanlop Kaewkes
Kunyaluk Chaicumpar
Prajuab Chaimanee
Suwin Wongwajana
2014
13. Evaluation of an immunochromatographic test kit for detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in sputum samples and on solid and in liquid cultures. Sutantangjai, M
Faksri, K
Fasksri, K
Chaicumpar, K
Chaimanee, P
Lulitanond, V
Namwat, W
2014
14. EVALUATION OF AN IMMUNOCHROMATOGRAPHIC TEST KIT FOR DETECTING MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS COMPLEX IN SPUTUM SAMPLES AND ON SOLID AND IN LIQUID CULTURES (vol 45, pg 357, 2014) Methawee Sutantangjai
Kiatichai Faksri
Kunyaluk Chaicumpar
Prajuab Chaimanee
Viraphong Lulitanond
Wises Namwat
2014
15. GENOTYPE AND DRUG RESISTANCE OF CLINICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL VIBRIO CHOLERAE NON-O1/NON-O139 IN NORTHEASTERN THAILAND. Chariya Chomvarin
Warin Jumroenjit
Waraluk Tangkanakul
Nur A. Hasan
Kunyaluk Chaicumpar
Kiatichai Faksri
Anwar Huq
2014
16. Heterogeneity of phenotypic characteristics of the modern and ancestral Beijing strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Faksri, K
Chaiprasert, A
Pardieu, C
Casali, N
Palaga, T
Prammananan, T
Palittapongarnpim, P
Prayoonwiwat, N
Drobniewski, F
2014
17. Molecular analysis of Vibrio vulnificus isolated from cockles and patients in Thailand. Mala, W.
Chomvarin, C.
Alam, M.J.
Rashed, S.M.
Faksri, K.
Angkititrakul, S.
2014
18. T-CELL RESPONSES ASSESSED USING IGRA AND TST ARE NOT CORRELATED WITH AFB GRADE AND CHEST RADIOGRAPH IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS Faksri, K.
Reechaipichitkul, W.
Bourpoern, J.
2014
19. Comparative proteomics of activated THP-1 cells infected with mycobacterium tuberculosis identifies putative clearance biomarkers for tuberculosis treatment Kaewseekhao, B
Naranbhai, V
Roytrakul, S
Namwat, W
Paemanee, A
Lulitanond, V
Chaiprasert, A
Faksri, K
2015
20. Comparison of CXCL9 Polymorphism between Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients and Healthy Controls in Northeast Thailand Ditthawat Nonghanphithak
Wipa Reechaipichitkul
Wises Namwat
Suwin Wongwajana
Viraphong Lulitanond
Kiatichai Faksri
2015
21. Development and application of single-tube multiplex real-time PCR for lineage classification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis based on large sequence polymorphism in Northeast Thailand Faksri, K
Hanchaina, R
Sangka, A
Namwat, W
Lulitanond, V
2015
22. DOUBLE-STEP MULTIPLEX REAL TIME PCR WITH MELTING CURVE ANALYSIS FOR DETECTION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF MYCOBACTERIA IN SPUTUM Kasa, S
Faksri, K
Kaewkes, W
Lulitanond, V
Namwat, W
2015
23. Evaluation of the QuantiFERON?-TB Gold In-Tube assay and tuberculin skin test for the diagnosis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in northeastern Thailand. Wipa Reechaipichitkul
Wilailuk Pimrin
Janpen Bourpoern
Supapim Prompinij
Kiatichai Faksri
2015
24. Genotype and drug resistance of clinical and environmental vibrio cholerae non-o1/ non-o139 in Northeastern Thailand Chomvarin, C.
Jumroenjit, W.
Hasan, N.A.
Chaicumpar, K.
Faksri, K.
2015
25. Responses of activated THP-1 cells to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection during isoniazid and rifampicin in vitro Benjawan Kaewseekhao
Sittiruk Roytrakul
Wises Namwat
Viraphong Lulitanond
Kiatichai Faksri
2015
26. TRANSMISSION AND RISK FACTORS FOR LATENT TUBERCULOSIS INFECTIONS AMONG INDEX CASE-MATCHED HOUSEHOLD CONTACTS. Kiatichai Faksri
Wipa Reechaipichitkul
Wilailuk Pimrin
Janpen Bourpoern
Supapim Prompinij
2015
27. Bioinformatics tools and databases for whole genome sequence analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Faksri, K
Tan, JH
Chaiprasert, A
Teo, YY
Ong, RT
2016
28. Genetic polymorphisms of CCL2 associated with susceptibility to latent tuberculous infection in Thailand Nonghanphithak, D
Reechaipichitkul, W
Namwat, W
Lulitanond, V
Naranbhai, V
Faksri, K
2016
29. In silico region of difference (RD) analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex from sequence reads using RD-Analyzer. Faksri, K. 2016
30. RISK FACTORS FOR LATENT TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION AMONG HEALTH-CARE WORKERS IN NORTHEASTERN THAILAND Ditthawat Nonghanphithak
Wipa Reechaipichitkul
Tassamonwan Chaiyasung
Kiatichai Faksri
2016
31. Serogroup, virulence, and molecular traits of Vibrio parahaemolyticus isolated from clinical and cockle sources in northeastern Thailand Mala, W
Alam, M
Angkititrakul, S
Wongwajana, S
Lulitanond, V
Huttayananont, S
Kaewkes, W
Faksri, K
Chomvarin, C
2016
32. SXT ELEMENT, CLASS 1 INTEGRON AND MULTIDRUG-RESISTANCE GENES OF VIBRIO CHOLERAE ISOLATED FROM CLINICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SOURCES IN NORTHEAST THAILAND Wanida Mala
Wanlop Kaewkes
Unchalee Tattawasart
Suwin Wongwajana
Kiatichai Faksri
Chariya Chomvarin
2016
33. Whole-Genome Sequencing Analysis of Serially Isolated Multi-Drug and Extensively Drug Resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Thai Patients Faksri, K.
Disratthakit, A.
Suriyaphol, P.
Khor, C.C.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
2016
34. Antimicrobial resistance and genetic diversity of the SXT element in Vibrio cholerae from clinical and environmental water samples in northeastern Thailand Mala, W
Faksri, K
Samerpitak, K
Yordpratum, U
Kaewkes, W
Tattawasart, U
Chomvarin, C
2017
35. Chemokines additional to IFN-γ can be used to differentiate among Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection possibilities and provide evidence of an early clearance phenotype. Ditthawat Nonghanphithak
Wipa Reechaipichitkul
Wises Namwat
Vivek Naranbhai
Kiatichai Faksri
2017
36. Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor variant isolated from clinical and environmental sources in Northeastern Thailand Bongkot Khaenda
Kiatichai Faksri
Warawan Wongboot
Thitima Nutrawong
Suwin Wongwajana
Chariya Chomvarin
2017
37. Analysis of drug-susceptibility patterns and gene sequences associated with clarithromycin and amikacin resistance in serial Mycobacterium abscessus isolates from clinical specimens from Northeast Thailand Ananta, P
Kham-Ngam, I
Chetchotisakd, P
Chaimanee, P
Reechaipichitkul, W
Namwat, W
Lulitanond, V
Faksri, K
2018
38. Characterization of vaginal microbiota in Thai women. Buppasiri, P.
Engchanil, C.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
Sankuntaw, N.
Pasomsub, E.
Chantràtita, W.
Lulitanond, V.
2018
39. Comparative whole-genome sequence analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from tuberculous meningitis and pulmonary tuberculosis patients. Kiatichai Faksri
Eryu Xia
Rick Twee-Hee Ong
Jun Hao Tan
Ditthawat Nonghanphithak
Nampueng Makhao
Nongnard Thamnongdee
Arirat Thanormchat
Arisa Phurattanakornkul
Somcharn Rattanarangsee
Chate Ratanajaraya
Prapat Suriyaphol
Therdsak Prammananan
Yik-Ying Teo
Angkana Chaiprasert
2018
40. Detection and genotyping of Helicobacter pylori in saliva versus stool samples from asymptomatic individuals in Northeastern Thailand reveals intra- host tissue- specific H-pylori subtypes Chomvarin, C.
Sripa, B.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
2018
41. Differentiation between persistent infection/colonization and re-infection/re-colonization of Mycobacterium abscessus isolated from patients in Northeast Thailand. Kham-Ngam, I
Chetchotisakd, P
Ananta, P
Chaimanee, P
Reechaipichitkul, W
Lulitanond, V
Namwat, W
Faksri, K
2018
42. Epidemiology of and risk factors for extrapulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial infections in Northeast Thailand Kham-Ngam, I
Chetchotisakd, P
Ananta, P
Chaimanee, P
Sadee, P
Reechaipichitkul, W
Faksri, K
2018
43. Prediction of susceptibility to first-line tuberculosis drugs by DNA sequencing ,
Allix-Béguec, C
Arandjelovic, I
Bi, L
Beckert, P
Bonnet, M
Bradley, P
Cabibbe, AM
Cancino-Muñoz, I
Caulfield, MJ
Chaiprasert, A
Cirillo, DM
Clifton, DA
Comas, I
Crook, DW
De Filippo, MR
de Neeling, H
Diel, R
Drobniewski, FA
Faksri, K
Farhat, MR
Fleming, J
Fowler, P
Fowler, TA
Gao, Q
Gardy, J
Gascoyne-Binzi, D
Gibertoni-Cruz, AL
Gil-Brusola, A
Golubchik, T
Gonzalo, X
Grandjean, L
He, G
Guthrie, JL
Hoosdally, S
Hunt, M
Iqbal, Z
Ismail, N
Johnston, J
Khanzada, FM
Khor, CC
Kohl, TA
Kong, C
Lipworth, S
Liu, Q
Maphalala, G
Martinez, E
Mathys, V
Merker, M
Miotto, P
Mistry, N
Moore, DAJ
Murray, M
Niemann, S
Omar, SV
Ong, RT
Peto, TEA
Posey, JE
Prammananan, T
Pym, A
Rodrigues, C
Rodrigues, M
Rodwell, T
Rossolini, GM
Sánchez Padilla, E
Schito, M
Shen, X
Shendure, J
Sintchenko, V
Sloutsky, A
Smith, EG
Snyder, M
Soetaert, K
Starks, AM
Supply, P
Suriyapol, P
Tahseen, S
Tang, P
Teo, YY
Thuong, TNT
Thwaites, G
Tortoli, E
van Soolingen, D
Walker, AS
Walker, TM
Wilcox, M
Wilson, DJ
Wyllie, D
Yang, Y
Zhang, H
Zhao, Y
Zhu, B
2018
44. Tuberculosis determination using SERS and chemometric methods Botta, R
Chindaudom, P
Eiamchai, P
Horprathum, M
Limwichean, S
Chananonnawathorn, C
Patthanasettakul, V
Kaewseekhao, B
Faksri, K
Nuntawong, N
2018
45. Agreement of tuberculin skin test and quantiFERON®-TB gold-in-tube for screening Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in healthcare workers in a university hospital Chaiear, N.
Reechaipichitkul, W.
Faksri, K.
2019
46. Comparisons of whole-genome sequencing and phenotypic drug susceptibility testing for Mycobacterium tuberculosis causing MDR-TB and XDR-TB in Thailand Faksri, K
Kaewprasert, O
Ong, RT
Suriyaphol, P
Prammananan, T
Teo, YY
Srilohasin, P
Chaiprasert, A
2019
47. Differentiation between persistent infection/colonization and re-infection/re-colonization of Mycobacterium abscessus isolated from patients in Northeast Thailand Irin Kham-ngam
Ploenchan Chetchotisakd
Pimjai Ananta
Prajaub Chaimanee
Wipa Reechaipichitkul
Viraphong Lulitanond
Wises Namwat
Kiatichai Faksri
2019
48. Genome sequence of lactobacillus fermentum 47-7, a good in vitro probiotic strain isolated from a healthy Thai infant Atthaphon Konyanee
Panjamaporn Yotpanya
Marutpong Panya
Chulapan Engchanil
Namfon Suebwongsa
Wises Namwat
Hlainghlaing Thaw
Kiatichai Faksri
Nipaporn Sankuntaw
Viraphong Lulitanond
2019
49. Dataset of serum proteomic spectra from tuberculosis patients detected by Raman spectroscopy and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy Kaewseekhao, B
Nuntawong, N
Eiamchai, P
Roytrakul, S
Reechaipichitkul, W
Faksri, K
2020
50. Diagnosis of active tuberculosis and latent tuberculosis infection based on Raman spectroscopy and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy Kaewseekhao, B
Nuntawong, N
Eiamchai, P
Roytrakul, S
Reechaipichitkul, W
Faksri, K
2020
51. Proteomic analysis of infected primary human leucocytes revealed PSTK as potential treatment-monitoring marker for active and latent tuberculosis Kaewseekhao, B
Roytrakul, S
Yingchutrakul, Y
Salao, K
Reechaipichitkul, W
Faksri, K
2020
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Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Apoptosis, production of MMP9, VEGF, TNF-α and intracellular growth of M. tuberculosis for different genotypes and different pks15/1 genes Yorsangsukkamol, J.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
Faksri, K.
2011 Asian Pacific Journal of Allergy and Immunology
3 (29), pp. 240-251
2. Epidemiological trends and clinical comparisons of Mycobacterium tuberculosis lineages in Thai TB meningitis Faksri, K.
Nikolayevskyy, V.N.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
2011 Tuberculosis
6 (91), pp. 594-600
3. Genetic diversity of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis Beijing family based on IS6110, SNP, LSP and VNTR profiles from Thailand Faksri, K.
Nikolayevskyy, V.N.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
2011 Infection, Genetics and Evolution
5 (11), pp. 1142-1149
4. Characterization of a novel two-component system response regulator involved in biofilm formation and a low-iron response of Burkholderia pseudomallei Wongratanacheewin, S.
Wongwajana, S.
Welbat, T.U.M.
Faksri, K.
Namwat, W.
2014 The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health
5 (45), pp. 1065-1079
5. Cloning, expression and characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis sirR. Namwat, W.
Chareonsudjai, S.
Lulitanond, V.
Faksri, K.
2014 The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health
3 (45), pp. 689-699
6. Comparison of stress adaptation and survival rate between Burkholderia pseudomallei with mutant and wild type bfmR. Wongwajana, S.
Wongratanacheewin, S.
Chamgramol, Y.
Pairojkul, C.
Faksri, K.
Namwat, W.
2014 The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health
2 (45), pp. 346-351
7. Development of single-tube multiplex PCR for classification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis lineages based on large sequence polymorphisms. Hanchaina, R.
Lulitanond, V.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
2014 The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health
2 (45), pp. 365-374
8. Epidemiology and identification of potential fungal pathogens causing invasive fungal infections in a tertiary care hospital in northeast Thailand Faksri, K.
Kaewkes, W.
Chaicumpar, K.
Chaimanee, P.
Wongwajana, S.
2014 Medical Mycology
8 (52), pp. 810-818
9. Heterogeneity of phenotypic characteristics of the modern and ancestral Beijing strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Faksri, K.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
2014 Asian Pacific Journal of Allergy and Immunology
2 (32), pp. 124-132
10. Molecular analysis of vibrio vulnificus isolated from cockles and patients in Thailand Mala, W.
Chomvarin, C.
Alam, M.J.
Rashed, S.M.
Faksri, K.
Angkititrakul, S.
2014 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
1 (45), pp. 103-112
11. T-cell responses assessed using IGRA and TST are not correlated with AFB grade and chest radiograph in pulmonary tuberculosis patients Faksri, K.
Reechaipichitkul, W.
Bourpoern, J.
2014 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
6 (45), pp. 1410-1418
12. Comparative proteomics of activated THP-1 cells infected with mycobacterium tuberculosis identifies putative clearance biomarkers for tuberculosis treatment Namwat, W.
Lulitanond, V.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
Faksri, K.
2015 PLoS ONE
7 (10), pp.
13. Development and application of single-tube multiplex real-time PCR for lineage classification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis based on large sequence polymorphism in Northeast Thailand Faksri, K.
Hanchaina, R.
Sangka, A.
Namwat, W.
Lulitanond, V.
2015 Tuberculosis
4 (95), pp. 404-410
14. Double-step multiplex real time PCR with melting curve analysis for detection and differentiation of mycobacteria in sputum Faksri, K.
Kaewkes, W.
Lulitanond, V.
Namwat, W.
2015 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
1 (46), pp. 63-70
15. Genotype and drug resistance of clinical and environmental vibrio cholerae non-o1/ non-o139 in Northeastern Thailand Chomvarin, C.
Jumroenjit, W.
Hasan, N.A.
Chaicumpar, K.
Faksri, K.
2015 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
6 (45), pp. 1354-1364
16. Bioinformatics tools and databases for whole genome sequence analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Faksri, K.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
2016 Infection, Genetics and Evolution
(45), pp. 359-368
17. Genetic polymorphisms of CCL2 associated with susceptibility to latent tuberculous infection in Thailand Reechaipichitkul, W.
Namwat, W.
Lulitanond, V.
Faksri, K.
2016 International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
9 (20), pp.
18. In silico region of difference (RD) analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex from sequence reads using RD-Analyzer Faksri, K. 2016 BMC Genomics
1 (17), pp.
19. Serogroup, virulence, and molecular traits of Vibrio parahaemolyticus isolated from clinical and cockle sources in northeastern Thailand Mala, W.
Angkititrakul, S.
Wongwajana, S.
Lulitanond, V.
Kaewkes, W.
Faksri, K.
Chomvarin, C.
2016 Infection, Genetics and Evolution
(39), pp. 212-218
20. Whole-genome sequencing analysis of serially isolated multi-drug and extensively drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Thai patients Faksri, K.
Disratthakit, A.
Suriyaphol, P.
Khor, C.C.
Chaiprasert, A.K.
2016 PLoS ONE
8 (11), pp.
21. Antimicrobial resistance and genetic diversity of the SXT element in Vibrio cholerae from clinical and environmental water samples in northeastern Thailand Mala, W.
Faksri, K.
Samerpitak, K.
Yordpratum, U.
Kaewkes, W.
Tattawasart, U.
Chomvarin, C.
2017 Infection, Genetics and Evolution
(52), pp. 89-95
22. Chemokines additional to IFN-γ can be used to differentiate among Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection possibilities and provide evidence of an early clearance phenotype Reechaipichitkul, W.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
2017 Tuberculosis
(105), pp. 28-34
23. Chemokines additional to IFN-γ can be used to differentiate among Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection possibilities and provide evidence of an early clearance phenotype Reechaipichitkul, W.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
2017 Tuberculosis
(105), pp. 28-34
24. Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor variant isolated from clinical and environmental sources in Northeastern Thailand Faksri, K.
Wongboot, W.
Nutrawong, T.
Wongwajana, S.
Chomvarin, C.
2017 Chiang Mai Journal of Science
2 (44), pp. 338-349
25. Analysis of drug-susceptibility patterns and gene sequences associated with clarithromycin and amikacin resistance in serial Mycobacterium abscessus isolates from clinical specimens from Northeast Thailand Chetchotisakd, P.
Chaimanee, P.
Reechaipichitkul, W.
Namwat, W.
Lulitanond, V.
Faksri, K.
2018 PLoS ONE
11 (13), pp.
26. Characterization of vaginal microbiota in Thai women Buppasiri, P.
Engchanil, C.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
Sankuntaw, N.
Pasomsub, E.
Chantràtita, W.
Lulitanond, V.
2018 PeerJ
11 (2018), pp.
27. Comparative whole-genome sequence analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from tuberculous meningitis and pulmonary tuberculosis patients Faksri, K.
Makhao, N.
Suriyaphol, P.
2018 Scientific Reports
1 (8), pp.
28. Detection and genotyping of Helicobacter pylori in saliva versus stool samples from asymptomatic individuals in Northeastern Thailand reveals intra-host tissue-specific H. pylori subtypes Chomvarin, C.
Sripa, B.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
2018 BMC Microbiology
1 (18), pp.
29. Epidemiology of and risk factors for extrapulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial infections in Northeast Thailand Chetchotisakd, P.
Chaimanee, P.
Reechaipichitkul, W.
Faksri, K.
2018 PeerJ
8 (2018), pp.
30. Prediction of susceptibility to first-line tuberculosis drugs by DNA sequencing Faksri, K.
Khor, C.C.
Moore, D.A.J.
Van Soolingen, D.V.
2018 New England Journal of Medicine
15 (379), pp. 1403-1415
31. Tuberculosis determination using SERS and chemometric methods Chindaudom, P.
Eiamchai, P.
Horprathum, M.
Faksri, K.
2018 Tuberculosis
(108), pp. 195-200
32. Agreement of tuberculin skin test and quantiFERON®-TB gold-in-tube for screening Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in healthcare workers in a university hospital Chaiear, N.
Reechaipichitkul, W.
Faksri, K.
2019 Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand
1 (102), pp. S13-S19
33. Comparisons of whole-genome sequencing and phenotypic drug susceptibility testing for Mycobacterium tuberculosis causing MDR-TB and XDR-TB in Thailand Faksri, K.
Suriyaphol, P.
2019 International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents
2 (54), pp. 109-116
34. Differentiation between persistent infection/colonization and re-infection/re-colonization of Mycobacterium abscessus isolated from patients in Northeast Thailand Chetchotisakd, P.
Chaimanee, P.
Reechaipichitkul, W.
Lulitanond, V.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
2019 Infection, Genetics and Evolution
(68), pp. 35-42
35. Genome sequence of lactobacillus fermentum 47-7, a good in vitro probiotic strain isolated from a healthy Thai infant Panya, M.
Engchanil, C.
Suebwongsa, N.
Namwat, W.
Faksri, K.
Sankuntaw, N.
Lulitanond, V.
2019 Microbiology Resource Announcements
39 (8), pp.
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Bourpoern, J
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Chaiprasert, A
Pardieu, C
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Chomvarin, C
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Hanchaina, R
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Kiatichai Faksri
Nareas Waropastrakul
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Kunyaluk Chaicumpar
Wises Namwat
Kiatichai Faksri
Nareas Waropastrakul
2014 Srinagarind Medical Journal
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3. Responses of activated THP-1 cells to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection during isoniazid and rifampicin in vitro Benjawan Kaewseekhao
Sittiruk Roytrakul
Wises Namwat
Viraphong Lulitanond
Kiatichai Faksri
2015 Srinagarind Medical Journal
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4. Comparison of CXCL9 Polymorphism between Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients and Healthy Controls in Northeast Thailand Ditthawat Nonghanphithak
Wipa Reechaipichitkul
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Suwin Wongwajana
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Kiatichai Faksri
2015 Srinagarind Medical Journal
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1. ความหลากหลายทางพันธุกรรมของเชื้อ Mycobacterium tuberculosis ที่แยกได้จากผู้ติดเชื้อในเขตภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือ ประเทศไทย ผศ.ดร. อรุณนี สังกา
รศ.ดร. เกียรติไชย ฟักศรี
นายวิเศษ นามวาท
โครงการ 2559 ทุนงบประมาณแผ่นดินประจำปี 2559 (เป้าหมาย2)
2. การกระจายตัวของลักษณะทางพันธุกรรมของเชื้อวัณโรคดื้อยาในพื้นที่ภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือ ประเทศไทย ผศ.ดร. อรุณนี สังกา
นายวิเศษ นามวาท
รศ.ดร. เกียรติไชย ฟักศรี
โครงการ 2561 ทุนงบประมาณแผ่นดินประจำปี 2561 (งบบูรณาการวิจัยและนวัตกรรม)
3. ระบาดวิทยาเชิงโมเลกุล และการตรวจทางอณูชีววิทยาของเชื้อมัยโคแบคทีเรียที่ไม่ได้ก่อวัณโรคที่ดื้อต่อยารักษา และก่อให้เกิดโรคติดเชื้อแบบแพร่กระจายในผู้ป่วย ในภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือ รศ.ดร. เกียรติไชย ฟักศรี
ศ. วิภา รีชัยพิชิตกุล
นายประจวบ ชัยมณี
นางสาวไอริน คำงาม
นางสาวพิมใจ อนันตา
รศ.ดร. อังคณา ฉายประเสริฐ
ศ. เพลินจันทร์ เชษฐ์โชติศักดิ์
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