Jasadee Kaewsrichan, Ph.D.

Jasadee Kaewsrichan, Ph.D.

Born: 1967
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Academic Rank: Associate Professor

Education:
2004 Ph.D. (Biomedical Sciences) Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
1995 M.Sc. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) Chulalongkorn University, Tailand
1990 B. Sc. (Pharmacy) Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

Scientific Interest:
Molecular cloning and gene expression

Research Projects:
Antioxidation and wound healing activity of natural plants, cosmeceutical product development, and bone stem-cell

Journal Articles:

  • Wongwitwichot, P. and Kaewsrichan, J. Osteogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells is impaired by bone morphogenetic protein 7. Advances in Medical Sciences, 62(2):266-272, 2017.
  • Thanyaphoo, S. and Kaewsrichan, J. A new biocompatible delivery scaffold containing heparin and bone morphogenetic protein 2. Acta Pharmaceutica, 66(3):373-385, 2016.
  • Thanyaphoo, S. and Kaewsrichan, J. Potential of bone scaffolds containing vancomycin and bone morphogenetic protein-2 in a rat model of osteomyelitis. Asian Biomedicine, 8(5): 651-657, 2014.
  • Thanyaphoo S, Kaewsrichan J. Potential of bone scaffolds containing vancomycin and bone morphogenetic protein-2 in a rat model of osteomyelitis. Asian Biomedicine 2014;8(5):651-657.
  • Chooklin, S., Kaewsichan, L. and Kaewsrichan, J. Potential use of oil palm sap on lactic acid production and product adsorption on DowexTM 66 resin as adsorbent. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 8(1): 23-31, 2013.
  • Pichadborvonkul, p., Kaewsrichan, J. and Kaewsichan, L. Development of hydroxyapatite-chitosan beads as a sustained durg delivery system to bone. Regenerative Ressearch, 1(1): 66-73, 2012.
  • Thanyaphoo, S. and Kaewsrichan, J. Synthesis and evaluation of novel glass ceramics as drug delivery systems in osteomyelitis. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 101(8): 2870-2882, 2012.
  • Chooklin, S., Kaewsichan, L. and Kaewsrichan, J. Potential use of oil palm sap on lactic acid production and product adsorption on Dowex? 66 resin as adsorbent. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, In Press: -, 2012.
  • Kaewsrichan, L., Riyapan, D., Prommajan, P. and Kaewsrichan. Effect of sintering temperatures on micro-morphology, mechanical propoties, and bioactivity of bone scaffolds containing calcium silicate. ScienceAsia, 37(3): 240-246, 2011.
  • Chooklin, S., Kaewsichan, L. and Kaewsrichan, J. Potential use of Lactobacillus casei TISTR 1500 for the bioconversion from palmyra sap and oil palm sap to lactic acid. Electronic Journal of Biotechnology, 14(5): 1-5, 2011.
  • Chooklin, S., Kaewsichan, L. and Kaewsrichan, J. Potential Utilization of Sap from Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis) for Lactic Acid Production by Lactobacillus casei. Journal of Sustainable Energy & Environment, 2(3): 99-104, 2011.
  • Chooklin, S., Kaewsichan, L. and Kaewsrichan, J. Potential Use of Lactobacillus casei TISTR 1500 for the Bioconversion of Palmyra Sap to Lactic acid. Journal of Sustainable Energy & Environment, 2: 83-87, 2011.
  • Wongwitwichot, P., Kaewsrichan, J., Chua, K.H. and Ruszymah, B.H.I. Comparison of TCP and TCP/HA Hybrid Scaffolds for Osteoconductive Activity. The Open Biomedical Engineering Journal, 4: 279-285, 2010.
  • Kaewsrichan, J., Wongwitwichot, P., Chandarajoti, K., Chua, K.H. and Ruszymah, B.H.I. Sequential induction of marrow stromal cells by FGF2 and BMP2 improves their growth and differentiation potential . Archives of oral biology, 56(1): 90-101, 2011.
  • Keawsrichan, L. and Kaewsrichan, J. High Strength Composite Scaffolds of ?-Tricalcium Phosphate and Poly (?-Caprolactone). Journal of Materials Sciences and Engineering, 4 (10): 40-44, 2010.
  • Kaewsrichan, J. and Kaewsrichan, L. Properly Engineered Caramic Scaffolds for Sustained Drug Delivery. Journal of Materials Sciences and Engineering, 4 (9): 77-82, 2010.
  • Sura-apinan, P., Kaewsrichan, J. and Kaewsirchan, L. Development of Gas Chromatographic Method for Determination of Lactic Acid and Its Ester in the Purification Processes. The 1st Current Drug Development International Conference: CDD2010, Phuket, Thailand, 6-8 May 2010.
  • Kaewsrichan, L., Kaewsrichan, J. and Chuchom, T. Nanostructured polycaprolactone-inorganic phosphate hybrid scaffold for medical applications. Advanced Materials Research 93-94: 67-70, 2010.
  • Kaewsrichan, J., Teanpaisan, R., Kongprasertkit, J. and Chuchom, T. Ion-paired RP-HPLC for determining fermentation end products of Streptococcus mutans, grown under different conditions. Science Asia, pp: 193-198, 2008.
  • Kaewsrichan J., Peeyananjarassri K., Kongprasetkit J. Selection and identification of anaerobic lactobacilli producing inhibitory compounds against vaginal pathogens. FEMS Immunology and Medical Microbiology 48: 75-83, 2006.
  • Fimland G., Pirneskoski J., Kaewsrichan J., Jutila A., Kristiansen EP., Kinnunen PKJ., Nissen-Meyer J. Mutational analysis and membrane-interactions of the ?-sheet-like N-terminal domain of the pediocin-like antimicrobial peptide sakacin P. Biochimica Biophysica Acta 1764: 1132-1140, 2006.
  • Kaewsrichan J., Douglas CWI., Teanpaisan R. Characterization of minimal bacteriocin operon from Prevotella nigrescens ATCC 25261. Letters in Applied Microbiology 40: 138-145, 2005.
  • Kaewsrichan J., Douglas C.W.I., Nissen-Meyer J., Fimland G., Teanpaisan R. Characterization of a bacteriocin produced by Prevotella nigrescens ATCC 25261. Letters in Applied Microbiology 39: 451-458, 2004.
  • Meye A., Wurl P., Bache M., Bartel F., Grubaum U., Mansa-ard J., Schmidt H., Taubert H. Colony formation of soft tissue sarcoma cells inhibited by lipid-mediated antisense oligonucleotides targeting the human mdm-2 oncogene. Cancer Letters 149(1-2):181-188, 2000.
  • Lasch J., Meye A., Taubert H, Koelsch R., Mansa-ard J., Weissig V. Dequalinium vesicles form stable complexes with plasmid DNA which are protected from DNase attack. Biological Chemistry 380(6): 647-652, 1999.

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