Ms. Pakamas Intachote

02 Feb 2023

Name: Miss Pakamas Intachote

Office address: Office of Research , Chulabhorn Research Institute,  54 Kamphaeng Phet 6 Talat Bang Khen, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210, Thailand
Tel: +662-5538555 ext. 3125-6 (office), +6699-3478885 (mobile)
Positions: Research Scientist, Biological Activity Testing Service (BATS), Office of Research, Chulabhorn Research Institute
E-mail: [email protected]

Research Interests 

1.Anti-cancer Activity 

2.Antioxidant Activity 

Education and Degrees: 

  • B.Sc. Biology,Ramkhamhaeng University,Bangkok ,Thailand,1990 
  • M.Sc.Microbiology,Kasetsart University,Bangkok ,Thailand. 2000 


A. Research Articles in International Journals 

  1. Anuntagool N , Intachote P, Naigowit P , Naigowit P, Sirisinha S, Rapid antigen detection assay for identification of Burkholderia (Pseudomonas) pseudomallei infection. J Clin. Microbiology: 975-976.1996. 
  2. Sirisinha S, Anuntagool N, Intachote P. Improved methods for diagnosis of meliodosis. J Sci Soc Thailand ;22:131-142.1996.  
  3. Dharakul T, Songsivilai S, Anuntagool N, Chaowagul W, Wongbunnate S, Intachote P, and Sirisinha S. Diagnotic value of enzyme-Linked immonosorbent assays for detecting specific antibodies to an immunoaffinity-purified Burkholderia (Pseudomonas) Pseudomallei antigen in endemic area of melioidosis. Am J Trop Med Hhyg 56:418-4231996.  
  4. Anuntagool N, Intachote P, Wuthiekanum V, White N.J, and Sirisinha S. Lipopolysaccharide from non-vilulent Ara + Burkholderia isolates is immunological indistinguishable from lipopolysaccharide from vilulent Ara-clinical isolates. Clin. Diag. Lab. Immunol. 5; 225-229,1998. 
  5. Sirisinha S, Anuntagool N, Intachote P, Wuthiekanum V, Puthcheary S, Vadivelu D and white N.J. Antigenic differences between clinical and environmental of Burkholderia. Microbiol immuno. 42:731-737, 1998. 
  6. Kespichawattana, W., Intachote, P., and Sirisinha, S. Adherence and invasion of airway Epithelial cells can distinguish virulent Burkholderia Pseudomallei from relatively avirulent Burkholderia Thailandensis.Infect Immun.2000 Sep:68(9):5377-84. 
  7. Panichakul T, Intachole P, Wongkajorsilp A, Sripa B, and Sirisinha S. Triptolide sensitizes resistant Cholangiocarcinoma cells to TRAIL-induced apoptosis. Anticancer Research 26 : 259-266 (2006). 
  8. Sarasuk C, Chimnoi N, Khunnawutmanotham N, Intachote P, Saimanee B, Pisutjaroenpong S, Mahidol C, Techasakul S. Phytochemical reinvestigation of labdane-type diterpenes and their cytotoxicity from the rhizomes of Hedychium coronarium. . Phytochem Lett. 2009;2(4):184-7 
  9. Wittayalai S, Prawat H, Mahidol C, Intachote P, Ruchirawat S. Nitrogenous sesquiterpenes from the Thai marine sponge Halichondria sp. . Tetrahedron. 2011;5651:5655 
  10. Tangdenpaisal K, Worayuthakarn R, Karnkla S, Ploypradith P, Intachote P, Sengsai S, Saimanee B, Ruchirawat S, Chittchang M*. Designing New Analogs for Streamlining the Structure of Cytotoxic Lamellarin Natural Products. Chem Asian J. 2015;10(4):925-37 
  11. Prawat H*, Mahidol C, Kaweetripob W, Intachote P, Pisutjaroenpong S, Ruchirawat S. Cytotoxic Steroidal Glycosides from the Whole Plant of Calamus acanthophyllus. Planta Med. 2016;82(11-12):117-1121 
  12. Makarasen A, Kuno M, Patnin S, Reuk-ngam N, Khlaychan P, Deeyohe S, Intachote P, Saimanee B, Sengsai S, Boonsri P, Chaivisuthangkura A, Sirithana W, Techasakul S*. Molecular docking studies and synthesis of amino-oxy-diarylquinoline derivatives as potent non-nucleoside HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibitors. Drug Res. 2019;-. 
  13. Makarasen A, Patnin S, Vijitphan P, Reuk-ngam N, Khlaychan P, Kuno M, Intachote P, Saimanee B, Sengsai S, Techasakul S*. Structural Basis of 2-Phenylamino-4-Phenoxyquinoline Derivatives as Potent HIV-1 Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors. Molecules. 2022;27:461 


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