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Brief communication (Original). National survey of helminthiasis in Thailand

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Two decades’ contribution of occupational medicine training in Thailand: experience from the foundation with a view toward the future

For 2 decades, the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, has served the Occupational Medicine Residency training program in Thailand [ 1 ]. Graduates of this program undertake to work in the field of occupational medicine to promote health and prevent morbidity and mortality in workplaces and provide occupational medical services for the working population in Thailand. In Thailand, occupational medicine is a specialty for Thai physicians. However, occupational medicine and its training program still need to

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Prevalence of obesity among Thai schoolchildren: a survey in Khon Kaen, Northeast Thailand

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Brief communication (Original). Changing epidemiology of dengue patients in Ratchaburi, Thailand

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Characterization of venomous snakes of Thailand

. List of snakes in Thailand. Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, The Thai Red Cross Society, Dokbier Publishing, Bangkok, Thailand. 2007, p.66-83 (in Thai). 4. Khow O, Pakmanee N, Chanhome L, Sriprapat S, Omori- Satoh T, Sitprija V. Cross-neutralization of Thai cobra (Naja kaouthia) and spitting cobra (Naja siamensis) venoms by Thai cobra antivenom. Toxicon. 1997; 35: 1649-51. 5. Khow O, Chanhome L, Noiphrom J, Pakmanee N. Effectiveness of Thai cobra (Naja kaouthia) antivenom against venoms of cobra species in Thailand (abstract). 26th

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New records of Phacus and Monomorphina taxa (Euglenophyta) for Thailand

-68. Chaimongkhon P. & Peerapornpisal Y. 2012. Diversity and SEM study of non-loricated euglenoids in Saraphi District, Chiang Mai, in 2010. Journal of the Microscopy Society of Thailand 5(1-2): 28-32. Charubhun B. & Charubhun N. 2000. Biodiversity of freshwater Protozoa in Thailand. Kasetsart Journal, Natural Science 34: 486-494. Ciugulea I. & Triemer R. E. 2010. A color atlas of photosynthetic euglenoids. Michigan State University Press, Michigan. Duangjan K., Wołowski K. & Peerapornpisal Y. 2012. A taxonomic and ultrastructural

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Emerging Chytrid Fungal Pathogen, Batrachochytrium Dendrobatidis, in Zoo Amphibians in Thailand

: Immunohistochemical identifi cation of chytridiomycosis in poison dart frogs (Dendrobates tinctorius) in Thailand [abstract]. Proceeding of the 4th Asian Society of Veterinary Pathologists Conference, Bangkok, Thailand 2009, 436. 32. Puschendorf R, Bolanos F: Detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidisin Eleutherodactylus fi tzingeri: effects of skin sample location and histologic skin. J Wildlife Dis 2006, 42:301-306. 33. Annis SL, Dastoor FP, Ziel H, Daszak P, Longcore JE: A DNA-based assay identifi es Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in amphibians

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Geographic information system of Opisthorchis viverrini in northeast Thailand

References 1. Okuda K, Nakanuma Y, Miyazaki M. Cholangiocarcinoma: Recent progress. Part 1: Epidemiology and etiology. J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2002; 17:1049-55. 2. Nithikathkul C. Liver flukes. Com Dis J. 2000; 26:274-8. 3. Upatham ES, Viyanant V, Kurathong S, Rojborwonwitaya J, Brockelman WY, Ard-sungnoen S, Lee, P, Vajrasthira, S., Relationship between prevalence and intensity of Opisthorchis viverrini infection, and clinical symptoms and signs in a rural community in north-east Thailand. Bull World Health

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Heterotrophic Euglenoids from Tropical Northern Thailand

. Some interesting colourless euglenophytes found in southern Poland. Acta Soc. Bot. Poloniae 72 : 241–247. C haimongkhon P. 2016. Biodiversity and molecular identification using ISSR markers of Euglenoids in some water resources of Thailand . Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai. C harubhun B. & C harubhun N. 2000. Biodiversity of freshwater Protozoa in Thailand. Kasetsart J . 34 : 486–494. C hristen H. R. 1959. New colorless Eugleninae. J. Protozool 6 : 292–303. C hristen H. R

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New and Noteworthy Records of Mosses from Doi (Mt.) Inthanon, Chiang Mai, Chom Tong District, Northern Thailand

References Akiyama H. 2006. New records of mosses from Thailand. Trop. Bryol. 28 : 59. Akiyama H. 2010. Scopelophila cataractae found growing on tree trunks in northern Thailand. Trop. Bryol. 32 : 97-99. Akiyama H. & Goffinet B. 2011. Indopottia irieandoana sp. nov. (Pottiaceae) from Doi Inthanon, northern Thailand. J. Bryol . 33 (2): 122-129. Akiyama H. & Tsubota H. 2009. Symphyodon leiocarpus , sp. nov. (Symphyodontaceae, Musci) from Thailand, classified in the new subgenus

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