Pawin Pongkorpsakol, PH.D.

Postdoctoral Fellow

EDUCATION
2015 - 2018: Ph.D. (Translational medicine), Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand
2011 - 2013: M.Sc. (Physiology), Mahidol University, Thailand
2007 - 2010: B.Sc. (Sport Science), Burapha University, Thailand

 

PUBLICATIONS
Review Article
1. Pongkorpsakol P#, Moonwiriyakit A#, Muanprasat C*. Fatty acid and mineral receptors as drug targets for gastrointestinal disorders. Future Med. Chem. (2017); 9(3):315-334 (Impact factor = 3.345)
Note: # These authors equally contributed in this work.
 
 
Original Research Articles
1. Nopvichai C, Pongkorpsakol P, Wongkrasant P, Wangpaiboon K, Charoenwongpaiboon T, Ito K, Muanprasat C, Pichyangkura R*. Galactomannan pentasaccharide produced from copra meal enhances tight junction integration of epithelial tissue through activation of AMPK. Biomedicines. 2019 Oct 14;7(4). (Impact factor = 2.690)

2. Khownium K*, Romsaiyud J, Borwornpinyo S, Wongkrasant P, Pongkorpsakol P, Muanprasat C, Boekfa B, Vilaivan T, Ruchirawath S, Limtrakuli J. Turn-on fluorescent sensor for the detection of lipopolysaccharides based on a novel bispyrenyl terephtalaldehyde-bis-guanylhydrazone. New J. Chem. (2019); 43, 7051-7056. (Impact
factor = 3.069)
 
3. Kittayaruksakul S, Sawasvirojwong S, Noitem R, Pongkorpsakol P, Muanprasat C, Chatsudthipong V*. Activation of constitutive androstane receptor inhibits intestinal CFTR-mediated chloride transport. Biomed Pharmacother (2019); 111:1249-1259. (Impact factor = 3.457)

4. Pongkorpsakol P, Buasakdi C, Chantivas T, Chatsudthipong V, Muanprasat C*. An agonist of a zinc-sensing receptor GPR39 enhances tight junction assembly in intestinal epithelial cells via an AMPK-dependent mechanism. Eur J Pharmacol. (2019); 842:306-313. (Impact Factor = 3.040)

5. Pongkorpsakol P, Yimnual C, Chatsudthipong V, Rukachaisirikul V, Muanprasat C*. Cellular mechanism underlying the inhibitory effect of flufenamic acid on chloride secretion in human intestinal epithelial cells. J Pharmacol Sci. (2017); 134(2):93-100 (Impact factor = 2.415)

6. Pongkorpsakol P, Satitsri S, Wongkrasant P, Chittavanich P, Kittayaruksakul S, Srimanote P, Chatsudthipong V, Muanprasat C*. Flufenamic acid protects against intestinal fluid secretion and barrier leakage in a mouse model of Vibrio cholerae infection through NF-κB inhibition and AMPK activation. Eur. J. Pharmacol. (2017); 798:94-104
(Impact factor = 2.730)

7. Satitsri S#, Pongkorpsakol P#, Srimanote P, Chatsudthipong V, Muanprasat C*. Pathophysiological mechanisms of diarrhea caused by the Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor variant: an in vivo study in mice. Virulence (2016); 7(7):789-805 (Impact factor = 5.418) Note: # These authors equally contributed in this work.

8. Pongkorpsakol P, Wongkrasant P, Kumpun S, Chatsudthipong V, Muanprasat C*. Inhibition of intestinal chloride secretion by piperine as a cellular basis for anti-secretory effect of black peppers. Pharmacol. Res. (2015); 100:271-280 (Impact factor = 4.816)

9. Muanprasat C*, Wongkrasant P, Satitsri S, Moonwiriyakit A, Pongkorpsakol P, Mattaveewong T, Pichyangkura R, Chatsudthipong V. Activation of AMPK by chitosan oligosaccharide in intestinal epithelial cells: mechanism of action and potential applications in intestinal disorders. Biochem. Pharmacol. (2015); 96(3):225-36 (Impact
factor = 5.091)

10. Pongkorpsakol P, Pathomthongtaweechai N, Srimanote P, Soodvilai S, Chatsudthipong V, Muanprasat C*. Inhibition of cAMP-activated intestinal chloride secretion by diclofenac: cellular mechanism and potential application in cholera. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. (2014); 8(9):e3119 (Impact factor = 4.569)
 

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