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Articles by Buavaroon Srichaikul
Total Records ( 4 ) for Buavaroon Srichaikul
  Pichaya Chowtivannakul , Buavaroon Srichaikul and Chusri Talubmook
  Background: Antidesma bunius (L.) Spreng has been reported to possess various beneficial medicinal properties. Scientific information about this plant is limited. This study was therefore, designed to determine hypoglycaemic and hypolipidemic effects of ethanol seed extract from A. bunius (ABSE). Antioxidant activity and also acute toxicity were conducted. Methodology: The hypoglycaemic and hypolipidemic effects were studied by oral giving ABSE at a dose of 250 mg kg–1 to streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats daily for 6 weeks. Antioxidant activity was studied using DPPH assay. The ABSE at the doses of 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 mg kg–1 were employed in the acute toxicity study. Results: The results revealed that ABSE significantly (p<0.05) reduced the blood glucose level and recovered the pathology of hematological values, but significantly (p<0.05) increased the body weight and slightly increased serum insulin of the diabetic rats. However, ABSE recovered pathology of hematological values, but affected renal and hepatic functions in the treated rats by producing an alteration of creatinine, albumin, total protein, BUN and ALP. Interestingly, ABSE increased WBC and HDL, but reduced CHOL, LDL and TG both in normal and diabetic ABSE treated rats. The ABSE possessed relatively low antioxidant activity with IC50 of 2174±14.24 mg mL–1 compared to vitamin C (1.48±0.07 μg mL–1). Fortunately, ABSE did not produce any symptoms of acute toxicity and mortality in the rats. Conclusion: The ethanol seed extract from A. bunius possesses hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects. The ABSE also recovered the pathology of the hematology but may cause renal dysfunction in the diabetic rats. The hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects are likely due to its antioxidant and insulin secretion activities.
  Buavaroon Srichaikul , Ronchai Bunsang , Supachai Samappito , Luchai Butkhup and Gordon Bakker
  Chlorophyll is an antioxidant which usually found in nature especially in green leafy plants. The experiment study had an objective to evaluate the content of chlorophyll A in two species of mulberry, Nakhorn Ratchasrima-60 and Burirum-60. The two species of mulberry were extracted by 95% ethanol as a solvent and the chlorophyll A extraction was collected and detected by spectrophotometer by mean of 2 wavelengths, 420 and 680 nm. The experiments were repeated 3 times and chlorophyll A was calculated by using the equation of Lorenzen. The results showed that the amounts of chlorophyll A from Nakhorn Ratchasrima-60 Strain were 15-929, 24.212 and 20.112 mg L‾1 with the average of 20.084 mg L‾1 and from Burirum-60 were 19.641, 21.137 and 18.713 mg L‾1 with the average was 19.668 mg L‾1. The amount of chlorophyll A content in Nakhorn Rachasrima-60 species were slightly higher than in Burirum-60 species.
  Buavaroon Srichaikul , Supachai Samappito , Surapote Wongyai and Gordon Bakker
  This study was carried out in Mahasarakham Primary Healthcare Centre, Mahasarakham province in the area of Northeastern of Thailand. The experiment was randomized control trial clinical study in order to examine the efficacy of TTHF in the treatment of antihelmintic activity of mixed worms infection in human. The experimental group consisted of 10 and 5 patients for control group with inclusion and exclusion criteria which were screened by the selection of mixed worm infection symptoms samples. The investigation and extraction of worm Eggs Per Gram of patient feces method (EPG) were performed with Ether Formalin Sedimentation Test. The percentage of reduction of Eggs Per Gram (EPG) of patient feces were collected, counted and confirmed by parasitologist and the clinical efficacy was investigated by the physician and the pharmacist. The EPG (%) data were collected before and after the treatment with TTHF and with Mebendazole. The result showed that TTHF had higher efficacy in antihelmintic activity than Mebendazole and placebo which had the reduction (%) of egg per gram of feces as 93.69 with TTHF and reduction (%) of egg per gram of feces as 87.50 in Mebendazole. The suggestion of this study should increase the number of samples of worm infected patients which the samples can be identified with the specific helminthes genus and species in order to obtain the efficacy by the treatment using TTHF and Mebendazole comparatively.
  Buavaroon Srichaikul , Supachai Samappito , Gordon Bakker , Weerasuk Seubsoh and Kittiphong Boonsong
  This study was carried out in Mahasarakham Primary Healthcare Centre, Mahasarakham province in the area of Northeastern of Thailand. The experiment was randomized control trial comparative clinical study in order to examine the efficacy of Areca catechu Linn. and Mebendazole in the treatment of antihelmintic activity of mixed worms infection in human. The experimental group consisted of 10 patients and 5 patients for control group with inclusion and exclusion criteria which were screened by the selection of mixed worm infection symptoms samples. The investigation and extraction of worm Eggs Per Gram of patient feces method (EPG) were performed with Ether Formalin Sedimentation test. The percentage of reduction of Eggs Per Gram (EPG) of patient feces were collected, counted and confirmed by parasitologist and the clinical efficacy was investigated by the physician and the pharmacist. The % EPG data were collected before and after the treatment with Areca catechu Linn. and with placebo. The result showed and confirmed by Wilcoxon Signed Ranks test and also confirmed Kruskal Wallis Method which showed that Mebendazole had higher in antihelmintic activity than Areca catechu Linn. The efficacy in antihelmintic activity in % reduction of worm eggs per gram (in patient feces) by Mebendazole treatment was 87.50 and % reduction of eggs per gram by Areca catechu Linn. was 68.12%. The suggestion of this study should increase the number of samples of worm infected patients which the samples can be identified with the specification helminthes genus and species in order to obtain more accurate by the treatment Areca catechu Linn. and Mebendazole. The future study can be carried out in various dosage forms in order to obtain the maximum efficacy in pharmacokinetic and pharmacological activity.
 
 
 
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