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1-Jan-2007Autochthonous visceral leishmaniasis: A report of a second case in ThailandW. Kongkaew; Potjaman Siriarayaporn; S. Leelayoova; K. Supparatpinyo; D. Areechokchai; P. Duang-ngern; K. Chanachai; T. Sukmee; Y. Samung; P. Sridurongkathum; Thailand Ministry of Public Health; Phramongkutklao College of Medicine; Chiang Mai University; Mahidol University; Ninth Center for Disease Control
1-Dec-2019Geometric morphometric analysis of the effect of temperature on wing size and shape in Aedes albopictusT. Phanitchat; C. Apiwathnasorn; S. Sungvornyothin; Y. Samung; S. Dujardin; J. P. Dujardin; S. Sumruayphol; Université de Montpellier; Mahidol University
1-Dec-2016Molecular identification and genetic variation of hematophagous flies, (Diptera: Muscidae: Stomoxyinae) in Thailand based on cox1 barcodesT. Changbunjong; T. Weluwanarak; Y. Samung; J. Ruangsittichai; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2019New records of praying mantis (mantodea) from ThailandT. Unnahachote; Y. Samung; S. Waengsothorn; W. Jaitrong; Kasetsart University; Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research (TISTR); Mahidol University; National Science Museum
1-Jan-2019A new species of the ant genus Myrmecina Curtis, 1829 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae, Myrmicinae) from ThailandW. Jaitrong; Y. Samung; S. Waengsothorn; H. Okido; Mahidol University; Kyushu Environmental Evaluation Association; National Science Museum; Sakaerat Environmental Research Station
2-Sep-2011Seasonal distribution of phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Tham Phra Phothisat temple, Saraburi province, ThailandR. Polseela; C. Apiwathnasorn; Y. Samung; Naresuan University; Mahidol University
1-Nov-2007Seasonal variation of cave-dwelling phlebotomie sandflies (diptera:psychodidae) in Phra Phothisat cave, Saraburi Province, ThailandR. Polseela; C. Apiwathnasorn; Y. Samung; Mahidol University
1-Jul-1998Thanaka (Limonia acidissima) and deet (di-methyl benzamide) mixture as a mosquito repellent for use by Karen womenS. W. Lindsay; J. A. Ewald; Y. Samung; C. Apiwathnasorn; F. Nosten; University of Durham; DBL -Center for Health Research and Development; Mahidol University; Shoklo Malaria Research Unit; John Radcliffe Hospital