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1-Jan-1999Arabinose-positive Burkholderia pseudomallei infection in humans: Case reportN. Lertpatanasuwan; K. Sermsri; A. Petkaseam; S. Trakulsomboon; V. Thamlikitkul; Y. Suputtamongkol; Mahidol University
1-Dec-1988The beta-hemolytic streptococcal pharyngeal carriers in school childrenS. Danchaivijitr; S. Sankaburanuraksa; S. Prutsachatvuthi; A. Leelarasmee; S. Trakulsomboon; S. Shokechareonratana; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2001Differentiation between non-virulent and virulent Burkholderia pseudomallei with monoclonal antibodies to the Ara<sup>+</sup>or Ara<sup>-</sup>biotypesC. Thepthai; T. Dharakul; S. Smithikarn; S. Trakulsomboon; S. Songsivilai; Mahidol University
1-Jul-2007Genetic variations in Aeromonas hydrophila isolates from clinical and environmental sources in ThailandS. Korbsrisate; S. Trakulsomboon; S. Damnin; J. Gatedee; O. A. Ratchtrachenchai; A. Leelaporn; B. Eampokalap; C. Gongviseisoog; S. Suparak; Mahidol University; Rangsit University; National Institute of Health; Bamrasnaradura Hospital
1-Dec-1988Meningococcal carriers in school childrenS. Danchaivijitr; S. Sankaburanuraksa; S. Prutsachatvuthi; A. Leelarasmee; S. Trakulsomboon; S. Shokechareonratana; Mahidol University
1-Jan-1989A model for testing antiseptic efficacy: A preliminary study on betadine and germidineV. Thamlikitkul; S. Trakulsomboon; Mahidol University
1-Jan-1989Patients colonized by antibiotic resistant bacteria. A potential source of infections in the medical wardsS. Danchaivijitr; S. Trakulsomboon; Mahidol University
1-Jan-1997Ribotype differences between clinical and environmental isolates of Burkholderia pseudomalleiS. Trakulsomboon; D. A.B. Dance; M. D. Smith; N. J. White; T. L. Pitt; Central Public Health Laboratory; Mahidol University; Derriford Hospital; John Radcliffe Hospital; Musgrove Park Hospital
18-Dec-1990Undetectable anti-bacterial activity of andrographis paniculata (Burma) wall. ex nessA. Leelarasamee; S. Trakulsomboon; N. Sittisomwong; Mahidol University