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1-Jan-1993Alteration in cytoadherence and rosetting of Plasmodium falciparum- infected thalassemic red blood cellsR. Udomsangpetch; T. Sueblinvong; K. Pattanapanyasat; A. Dharmkrong-at; A. Kittikalayawong; H. K. Webster; Mahidol University
1-Jan-1996Antimalarial drugs reduce cytoadherence and rosetting of Plasmodium falciparumR. Udomsangpetch; B. Pipitaporn; S. Krishna; B. Angus; S. Pukrittayakamee; I. Bates; Y. Suputtamongkol; D. E. Kyle; N. J. White; Mahidol University
1-Jan-1983Autoantibodies in viral infectionS. Boonpucknavig; R. Udomsangpetch; Mahidol University
1-Apr-2012Correlation of Pfg377 ortholog gene expression of Plasmodium vivax and mosquito infectionN. Chansamut; S. Buates; R. Takhampunya; R. Udomsangpetch; S. Bantuchai; J. Sattabongkot; Mahidol University; Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Thailand
1-Jan-1992Cytoadherence characteristics of rosette-forming Plasmodium falciparumR. Udomsangpetch; H. K. Webster; K. Pattanapanyasat; S. Pitchayangkul; S. Thaithong; Mahidol University
1-Jan-1993The effects of hemoglobin genotype and ABO blood group on the formation of rosettes by Plasmodium falciparum-infected red blood cellsR. Udomsangpetch; J. Todd; J. Carlson; B. M. Greenwood; Mahidol University
1-May-2010Immune response to Plasmodium vivax has a potential to reduce malaria severityS. Chuangchaiya; K. Jangpatarapongsa; P. Chootong; J. Sirichaisinthop; J. Sattabongkot; K. Pattanapanyasat; K. Chotivanich; M. Troye-Blomberg; L. Cui; R. Udomsangpetch; Mahidol University; Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Thailand; Thailand Ministry of Public Health; Department of Molecular Biosciences, The Wenner-Gren Institute; Pennsylvania State University
1-Jan-1983Immunological aspects in Plasmodium falciparum infectionS. Boonpucknavig; R. Udomsangpetch; Mahidol University
1-Jan-1984Immunological studies on acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart diseaseS. Boonpucknavig; R. Udomsangpetch; B. Pongpanich; Mahidol University
26-Sep-2000Inducible nitric oxide synthase expression is increased in the brain in fatal cerebral malariaY. Maneerat; P. Viriyavejakul; B. Punpoowong; M. Jones; P. Wilairatana; E. Pongponratn; G. D.H. Turner; R. Udomsangpetch; Mahidol University; University of Oxford; John Radcliffe Hospital
1-Jan-1994Lymphocyte responses to Plasmodium falciparum ring-infected erythrocyte surface antigen (Pf155/RESA) peptides in individuals with naturally acquired Plasmodium falciparum malariaR. Udomsangpetch; M. Troye-Blomberg; A. E. Brown; S. Thaithong; P. Perlmann; H. K. Webster; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2000The mechanisms of parasite clearance after antimalarial treatment of Plasmodium falciparum malariaK. Chotivanich; R. Udomsangpetch; A. Dondorp; T. Williams; B. Angus; J. A. Simpson; S. Pukrittayakamee; S. Looareesuwan; C. I. Newbold; N. J. White; Mahidol University; Academic Medical Centre, University of Amsterdam; Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine
1-Jan-1993Plasmodium coatneyi ring-infected erythrocyte surface antigensR. Udomsangpetch; A. E. Brown; C. D. Smith; H. K. Webster; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2000The resistance to physiological shear stresses of the erythrocytic rosettes formed by cells infected with Plasmodium falciparumK. T. Chotivanich; A. M. Dondorp; N. J. White; K. Peters; J. Vreeken; P. A. Kager; R. Udomsangpetch; Mahidol University; Academic Medical Centre, University of Amsterdam; John Radcliffe Hospital
1-Jan-1991Rosette formation by Plasmodium coatneyi-infected red blood cellsR. Udomsangpetch; A. E. Brown; C. D. Smith; H. K. Webster; Mahidol University
3-Feb-1998Rosetting characteristics of uninfected erythrocytes from healthy individuals and malaria patientsK. T. Chotivanich; R. Udomsangpetch; B. Pipitaporn; B. Angus; Y. Suputtamongkol; S. Pukrittayakamee; N. J. White; Mahidol University; Rangsit University; John Radcliffe Hospital