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    #Document titleAuthorsYearSourceCited by
    1Avian influenza H5N1 in tigers and leopardsKeawcharoen J., Oraveerakul K., Kuiken T., Fouchier R.A.M., Amonsin A., Payungporn S., Noppornpanth S., Wattanodorn S., Theamboonlers A., Tantilertcharoen R., Pattanarangsan R., Arya N., Ratanakorn P., Osterhaus A.D.M.E., Poovorawan Y.2004Emerging Infectious Diseases
    10(12),pp. 2189-2191
    383
    2Ecologic risk factor investigation of clusters of avian influenza a (H5N1) virus infection in ThailandTiensin T., Ahmed S., Rojanasthien S., Songserm T., Ratanakorn P., Chaichoun K., Kalpravidh W., Wongkasemjit S., Patchimasiri T., Chanachai K., Thanapongtham W., Chotinan S., Stegeman A., Nielen M.2009Journal of Infectious Diseases
    199(12),pp. 1735-1743
    56
    3Ultrasonography of the urogenital tract in elephants (Loxodonta africana and Elephas maximus): An important tool for assessing male reproductive functionHildebrandt T.B., Hermes R., Pratt N.C., Fritsch G., Blottner S., Schmitt D.L., Ratanakorn P., Brown J.L., Rietschel W., Göritz F.2000Zoo Biology
    19(5),pp. 333-345
    46
    4Investigation on predominant Leptospira serovars and its distribution in humans and livestock in Thailand, 2010-2015Chadsuthi S., Bicout D.J., Wiratsudakul A., Suwancharoen D., Petkanchanapong W., Modchang C., Modchang C., Triampo W., Triampo W., Ratanakorn P., Chalvet-Monfray K.2017PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases
    11(2)
    32
    5Indigenous sources of 2007-2008 H5N1 avian influenza outbreaks in ThailandChaichoune K., Wiriyarat W., Thitithanyanont A., Phonarknguen R., Sariya L., Suwanpakdee S., Noimor T., Chatsurachai S., Suriyaphol P., Ungchusak K., Ratanakorn P., Webster R.G., Thompson M., Auewarakul P., Puthavathana P.2009Journal of General Virology
    90(1),pp. 216-222
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    6Comparison of outbreaks of H5N1 highly pathogenic AVIAN influenza in wild birds and poultry in thailandSiengsanan J., Chaichoune K., Phonaknguen R., Sariya L., Prompiram P., Kocharin W., Tangsudjai S., Suwanpukdee S., Wiriyarat W., Pattanarangsan R., Robertson I., Blacksell S.D., Blacksell S.D., Blacksell S.D., Ratanakorn P.2009Journal of Wildlife Diseases
    45(3),pp. 740-747
    30
    7Host cytokine responses of pigeons infected with highly pathogenic thai avian influenza viruses of subtype H5N1 isolated from wild birdsHayashi T., Hayashi T., Hiromoto Y., Hiromoto Y., Chaichoune K., Patchimasiri T., Chakritbudsabong W., Prayoonwong N., Chaisilp N., Wiriyarat W., Parchariyanon S., Ratanakorn P., Uchida Y., Uchida Y., Saito T., Saito T.2011PLoS ONE
    6(8)
    29
    8Molecular epidemiological analysis of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 subtype isolated from poultry and wild bird in ThailandUchida Y., Uchida Y., Chaichoune K., Wiriyarat W., Watanabe C., Hayashi T., Hayashi T., Patchimasiri T., Nuansrichay B., Parchariyanon S., Okamatsu M., Tsukamoto K., Takemae N., Takemae N., Ratanakorn P., Yamaguchi S., Saito T., Saito T.2008Virus Research
    138(1-2),pp. 70-80
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    9Molecular epidemiology of gibbon hepatitis B virus transmisionNoppornpanth S., Noppornpanth S., Noppornpanth S., Haagmans B.L., Bhattarakosol P., Ratanakorn P., Niesters H.G.M., Osterhaus A.D.M.E., Poovorawan Y.2003Journal of General Virology
    84(1),pp. 147-155
    27
    10Spatio-temporal patterns of leptospirosis in Thailand: Is flooding a risk factor?Suwanpakdee S., Kaewkungwal J., White L.J., Asensio N., Ratanakorn P., Singhasivanon P., Day N.P.J., Pan-Ngum W.2015Epidemiology and Infection
    143(10),pp. 2106-2115
    22
    11Molecular detection and genetic diversity of bovine Babesia spp., Theileria orientalis, and Anaplasma marginale in beef cattle in ThailandJirapattharasate C., Jirapattharasate C., Adjou Moumouni P., Cao S., Iguchi A., Liu M., Wang G., Zhou M., Vudriko P., Efstratiou A., Changbunjong T., Sungpradit S., Ratanakorn P., Moonarmart W., Sedwisai P., Weluwanarak T., Wongsawang W., Suzuki H., Xuan X.2017Parasitology Research
    116(2),pp. 751-762
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    12A survey of ectoparasitic arthropods on domestic animals In Tak Province, ThailandChangbunjong T., Buddhirongawatr R., Suwanpakdee S., Siengsanan J., Yongyuttawichai P., Cheewajorn K., Jangjaras J., Sangloung C., Ratanakorn P.2009Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
    40(3),pp. 435-442
    18
    13Prevalence, whole genome characterization and phylogenetic analysis of hepatitis B virus in captive orangutan and gibbonSa-nguanmoo P., Thongmee C., Ratanakorn P., Pattanarangsan R., Boonyarittichaikij R., Chodapisitkul S., Theamboonlers A., Tangkijvanich P., Poovorawan Y.2008Journal of Medical Primatology
    37(6),pp. 277-289
    18
    14Detection and phylogenetic characterization of hepatitis e virus genotype 3 in a captive wild boar in ThailandWiratsudakul A., Sariya L., Prompiram P., Tantawet S., Suraruangchai D., Sedwisai P., Sangkachai N., Suksai P., Ratanakorn P.2012Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine
    43(3),pp. 640-644
    15
    15Pathogenicity of genetically similar, H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus strains in chicken and the differences in sensitivity among different chicken breedsMatsuu A., Matsuu A., Matsuu A., Kobayashi T., Kobayashi T., Patchimasiri T., Shiina T., Suzuki S., Chaichoune K., Ratanakorn P., Hiromoto Y., Hiromoto Y., Abe H., Abe H., Parchariyanon S., Saito T., Saito T.2016PLoS ONE
    11(4)
    15
    16Virological and molecular epidemiological investigations into the role of wild birds in the epidemiology of influenza A/H5N1 in central ThailandSiengsanan-Lamont J., Robertson I., Blacksell S.D., Blacksell S.D., Blacksell S.D., Ellis T., Fenwick S., Saengchoowong S., Suwanpukdee S., Yongyuttawichai P., Sariya L., Prompiram P., Chaichoun K., Wiriyarat W., Pothieng D., Ratanakorn P.2011Veterinary Microbiology
    148(2-4),pp. 213-218
    14
    17Erythrocyte binding preference of 16 subtypes of low pathogenic avian influenza and 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virusesWiriyarat W., Lerdsamran H., Pooruk P., Webster R., Louisirirotchanakul S., Ratanakorn P., Chaichoune K., Nateerom K., Puthavathana P.2010Veterinary Microbiology
    146(3-4),pp. 346-349
    12
    18Distribution and abundance of Stomoxyini flies (Diptera: Muscidae) in ThailandChangbunjong T., Weluwanarak T., Ratanakorn P., Maneeon P., Ganpanakngan M., Apiwathnasorn C., Sungvornyothin S., Sriwichai P., Sumruayphol S., Ruangsittichai J.2012Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
    43(6),pp. 1400-1410
    11
    19Molecular epidemiology of bovine Babesia spp. and Theileria orientalis parasites in beef cattle from northern and northeastern ThailandJirapattharasate C., Adjou Moumouni P., Cao S., Iguchi A., Liu M., Wang G., Zhou M., Vudriko P., Changbunjong T., Sungpradit S., Ratanakorn P., Moonarmart W., Sedwisai P., Weluwanarak T., Wongsawang W., Suzuki H., Xuan X.2016Parasitology International
    65(1),pp. 62-69
    11
    20Ultrasonographic assessment and ultrasound-guided biopsy of the retropharyngeal lymph nodes in Asian elephants (Elephas maximus)Hildebrandt T., Hermes R., Ratanakorn P., Rietschel W., Fickel J., Frey R., Wibbelt G., Reid C., Göritz F.2005Veterinary Record
    157(18),pp. 544-548
    11
    21High prevalence of antibodies against hepatitis A virus among captive nonhuman primatesSa-nguanmoo P., Thawornsuk N., Rianthavorn P., Sommanustweechai A., Ratanakorn P., Poovorawan Y.2010Primates
    51(2),pp. 167-170
    11
    22Distribution of haplotypes and microsatellite alleles among Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) in ThailandFickel J., Lieckfeldt D., Ratanakorn P., Pitra C.2007European Journal of Wildlife Research
    53(4),pp. 298-303
    10
    23Occurrence of ectoparasites on rodents in Sukhothai province, Northern ThailandChangbunjong T., Weluwanarak T., Chamsai T., Sedwisai P., Ngamloephochit S., Suwanpakdee S., Yongyuttawichai P., Wiratsudakul A., Chaichoun K., Ratanakorn P.2010Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
    41(6),pp. 1324-1330
    10
    24Ectoparasitic fauna of birds, and volant and non-volant small mammals captured at Srinakarin Dam, Kanchanaburi, ThailandChangbunjong T., Jirapattharasate C., Buddhirongawatr R., Chewajon K., Charoenyongyoo P., Suwanapakdee S., Waengsothorn S., Triwitayakorn K., Chaichoun K., Ratanakorn P.2010Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
    41(3),pp. 526-535
    9
    25Differential host gene responses in mice infected with two highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses of subtype H5N1 isolated from wild birds in ThailandHayashi T., Hayashi T., Chaichoune K., Patchimasiri T., Hiromoto Y., Hiromoto Y., Kawasaki Y., Kawasaki Y., Wiriyarat W., Chakritbudsabong W., Prayoonwong N., Chaisilp N., Parchariyanon S., Ratanakorn P., Uchida Y., Uchida Y., Tsuda T., Saito T., Saito T.2011Virology
    412(1),pp. 9-18
    9
    26Surveillance for reassortant virus by multiplex reverse transcription-PCR specific for eight genomic segments of avian influenza A H5N1 virusesAuewarakul P., Sangsiriwut K., Chaichoune K., Thitithanyanont A., Wiriyarat W., Songserm T., Ponak-nguen R., Prasertsopon J., Pooruk P., Sawanpanyalert P., Ratanakorn P., Puthavathana P.2007Journal of Clinical Microbiology
    45(5),pp. 1637-1639
    9
    27Molecular evidence for genetic distinctions between Chlamydiaceae detected in Siamese crocodiles (Crocodylus siamensis) and known Chlamydiaceae speciesSariya L., Kladmanee K., Bhusri B., Thaijongrak P., Tonchiangsai K., Chaichoun K., Ratanakorn P.2015Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research
    63(1),pp. 5-14
    9
    28Satellite Tracking on the Flyways of Brown-Headed Gulls and Their Potential Role in the Spread of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 VirusRatanakorn P., Wiratsudakul A., Wiriyarat W., Eiamampai K., Farmer A.H., Webster R.G., Chaichoune K., Suwanpakdee S., Pothieng D., Puthavathana P.2012PLoS ONE
    7(11)
    9
    29TT Virus Infection in GibbonsNoppornpanth S., Chinchai T., Ratanakorn P., Poovorawan Y.2001Journal of Veterinary Medical Science
    63(6),pp. 663-666
    6
    30Genotypic antimicrobial resistance assays for use on E. Coli isolates and stool specimensPholwat S., Pholwat S., Liu J., Taniuchi M., Chinli R., Pongpan T., Thaipisutikul I., Ratanakorn P., Platts-Mills J.A., Fleece M., Stroup S., Gratz J., Gratz J., Mduma E., Mujaga B., Walongo T., Nshama R., Kimathi C., Foongladda S., Houpt E.R.2019PLoS ONE
    14(5)
    6
    31Mosquito distribution and West Nile virus infection in zoos and in important sites of migratory and resident birds, ThailandChangbunjong T., Weluwanarak T., Toawan N., Suksai P., Sedwisai P., Chamsai T., Jirapattharasate C., Sungpradit S., Samung Y., Ratanakorn P.2012Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease
    2(4),pp. 268-272
    5
    32Minimal susceptibility to highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 viral infection of pigeons (Columba Livia) and potential transmission of the virus to comingled domestic chickensPhonaknguen R., Phonaknguen R., Phonaknguen R., Chaichoun K., Wiriyarat W., Sariya L., Prayoowong N., Chaisilp N., Moonjit P., Puthavathana P., Auewarakul P., Ratanakorn P., Songserm T.2013Kasetsart Journal - Natural Science
    47(5),pp. 720-732
    4
    33Serosurveillance for pandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009 virus infection in domestic elephants, ThailandPaungpin W., Paungpin W., Wiriyarat W., Chaichoun K., Tiyanun E., Sangkachai N., Changsom D., Poltep K., Ratanakorn P., Puthavathana P., Puthavathana P.2017PLoS ONE
    12(10)
    4
    34Serological evidence of herpesvirus infection in gibbonsSakulwira K., Theamboonlers A., Charoonrut P., Ratanakorn P., Poovorawan Y.2002BMC Microbiology
    2,pp. 1-5
    4
    35Cross-species transmission of gibbon and orangutan hepatitis B virus to uPA/SCID mice with human hepatocytesSa-nguanmoo P., Tanaka Y., Ratanakorn P., Sugiyama M., Murakami S., Payungporn S., Sommanustweechai A., Mizokami M., Poovorawan Y.2011Virus Research
    158(1-2),pp. 209-215
    3
    36Molecular study of feline hemoplasmas in freeranging fishing cats (Prionailurus viverrinus) in ThailandSuksai P., Tangsudjai S., Sariya L., Chamsai T., Sedwisai P., Patumrattanathan S., Prasittichai L., Cutter P., Ratanakorn P., Sangkachai N.2016Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research
    64(3),pp. 205-213
    3
    37Satellite telemetry tracks flyways of Asian Openbill storks in relation to H5N1 avian influenza spread and ecological changeRatanakorn P., Suwanpakdee S., Wiriyarat W., Eiamampai K., Chaichoune K., Wiratsudakul A., Sariya L., Puthavathana P., Puthavathana P.2018BMC Veterinary Research
    14(1)
    2
    38One Health drivers of antibacterial resistance: Quantifying the relative impacts of human, animal and environmental use and transmissionBooton R.D., Booton R.D., Meeyai A., Meeyai A., Alhusein N., Alhusein N., Buller H., Feil E., Lambert H., Lambert H., Mongkolsuk S., Pitchforth E., Reyher K.K., Reyher K.K., Sakcamduang W., Satayavivad J., Singer A.C., Sringernyuang L., Thamlikitkul V., Thamlikitkul V., Vass L., Vass L., Avison M.B., Chantong B., Charoenlap N., Couto N., Dulyayangkul P., Gibbon M.J., Gould V.C., Montrivade V., Phoonsawad K., Rangkadilok N., Ratanakorn P., Sirikanchana K., Suriyo T., Suwanpakdee S., Turner K.M.E., Turner K.M.E., Wichuwaranan K., Wiratsudakul A.2021One Health
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    39A Study of Risk Factors for Infection with HPAI H5N1 in Small Poultry Farms in Thailand Using a Questionnaire SurveySiengsanan-Lamont J., Robertson I.D., Blacksell S.D., Blacksell S.D., Blacksell S.D., Ellis T., Saengchoowong S., Suwanpukdee S., Yongyuttawichai P., Cheewajorn K., Jangjaras J., Chaichoun K., Wiriyarat W., Ratanakorn P.2013Zoonoses and Public Health
    60(3),pp. 209-214
    2
    40Susceptibility of openbill storks (Anastomus oscitans) to highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1Chaichoun K., Wiriyarat W., Phonaknguen R., Sariya L., Taowan N.a., Chakritbudsabong W., Chaisilp N., Eiam-ampai K., Phuttavatana P., Ratanakorn P.2013Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
    44(5),pp. 799-809
    1
    41A long-term serosurvey of avian influenza H5 among wild birds in Nakhon Sawan Province, ThailandPoltep K., Ketchim N., Paungpin W., Prompiram P., Sedwisai P., Chamsai T., Puthavathana P., Puthavathana P., Ratanakorn P.2018Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine
    49(2),pp. 464-469
    1
    42Ecologie risk factor investigation of clusters of avian influenza a (H5N1) virus infection in thailandTiensin T., Ahmed S., Rojanasthien S., Songserm T., Ratanakorn P., Chaichoun K., Kalpravidh W., Wongkasemjit S., Patchimasiri T., Chanachai K., Thanapongtham W., Chotinan S., Stegeman A., Nielen M.2009Journal of Infectious Diseases
    199(12),pp. 1736-1743
    1
    43Detection of elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus 4 in captive asian elephants (Elephas maximus) in ThailandBhusri B., Suksai P., Mongkolphan C., Tiyanun E., Ratanakorn P., Chaichoun K., Sariya L.2017Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine
    47(1),pp. 97-102
    1
    44Antimicrobial Resistance in Swine Fecal Specimens Across Different Farm Management SystemsPholwat S., Pholwat S., Pongpan T., Chinli R., Rogawski McQuade E.T., Thaipisuttikul I., Ratanakorn P., Liu J., Taniuchi M., Houpt E.R., Foongladda S.2020Frontiers in Microbiology
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    45Erratum to Ectoparasitic fauna of birds, and volant and non-volant small mammals captured at srinakarin dam, Kanchanaburi, Thailand (The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, (2010), 41, 3, (526-535))Changbunjong T., Jirapattharasate C., Buddhirongawatr R., Chewajon K., Charoenyongyoo P., Suwanapakdee S., Waengsothorn S., Triwitayakorn K., Chaichoun K., Ratanakorn P.2010Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
    41(5),pp. 1271
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    46Aspects of biological psychiatry in Thailand.Ratanakorn P.1967International journal of neurology
    6(1),pp. 46-52
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    47Outbreak control and viral evolution of the highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenzain ThailandWiriyarat W., Chaichoune K., Ratanakorn P., Auewarakul P.2013Avian Influenza: Molecular Evolution, Outbreaks and Prevention/Control
    ,pp. 49-66
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    48A cross-sectional study of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae in wild boars reared in different types of captive setting in ThailandWiratsudakul A., Prompiram P., Pholtep K., Tantawet S., Suraruangchai D., Sedwisai P., Sangkachai N., Ratanakorn P.2013Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology
    4(6)
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