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รศ.ดร.ทวุธ รัตนทิพย์

Tawut Rudtanatip, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.

รศ.ดร.ทวุธ รัตนทิพย์

Research Interest

  • Bioactive compounds from natural products, particularly from seaweed, in biomedical researches (anti-oxidant, anti-aging, anti-cancer, wound healing and immune enhancer)

  • Structure activity relationships ofsulfated galactans isolated from Gracilaria fisheri


1) Rudtanatip T, Somintara S, Sakaew W, El-Abid J, Emilia Cano M, Jongsomchai K, Wongprasert K, Kovensky J. Sulfated galactans from Gracilaria fisheri with supplementation of octanoyl promote wound healing activity in vitro and in vivo. Macromol. Biosci. 2022, 2200172.

2) Kamble MT, Rudtanatip T, Soowannayan C, Nambunruang B, Medhe SV, Wongprasert K. Depolymerized fractions of sulfated galactans extracted from Gracilaria fisheri and their antibacterial activity against Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio harveyi. Marine Drugs 2022, 20, 469.

3) Sakaew W, Phanphak J, Somintara S, Hipkaeo W, Wongprasert K, Kovensky J, Pariwatthanakun C, Rudtanatip T. Increased sulfation in Gracilaria fisheri sulfated galactans enhances antioxidant and antiurolithiatic activities and protects HK-2 cell death induced by sodium oxalate. Marine Drugs 2022, 20, 382.

4) Rudtanatip T, Pariwatthanakun C, Somintara S, Sakaew W, Wongprasert K. Structural characterization, antioxidant activity, and protective effect against hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress of chemically degraded Gracilaria fisheri sulfated galactans. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 2022, 206, 51-63.

5) Pariwatthanakun C, Rudtanatip T, Boonsri B, Pratoomthai B, Wongprasert K. In vitro evaluation of wound healing potential of sulfated galactans from red alga Gracilaria fisheri in fibroblast cells. Songklanakarin J. Sci. Technol. 2021, 43: 1374-1381.

6) Boonsri B, Choowongkomon K, Kuaprasert B, Thitiphatphuvanon T, Supradit K, Sayinta A, Duangdara J, Rudtanatip T, Wongprasert K. Probing the anti-cancer potency of sulfated galactans on cholangiocarcinoma cells using synchrotron FTIR microspectroscopy, molecular docking, and in vitro studies. Marine Drugs 2021, 19, 258.

7) Lynch SA, Breslin R, Bookelaar B, Rudtanatip T, Wongprasert K, Culloty SC. Immunomodulatory and antiviral effects of macroalgae sulphated polysaccharides: Case studies extend knowledge on their importance in enhancing shellfish health, and the control of a global viral pathogen Ostreid Herpesvirus-1 microVar. Polysaccharides 2021, 2: 202-217.

8) Wongkietkachorn A, Surakunprapha P, Wongkietkachorn S, Rudtanatip T, Sakaew W, Wongkietkachorn N. The further findings of preorbital septum fiber. Aesthet Surg J. 2021, 1-2.

9) Rudtanatip T, Boonsri B, Praiboon J, Wongprasert K. Bioencapsulation efficacy of sulfated galactans in adult Artemia salina for enhancing immunity in shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. Fish Shellfish Immunol. 2019, 94: 90-98.

10) Rudtanatip T, Wongprasert K. Artemia bioencapsulation delivers sulfated galactans to tissues and activates the expression of immune genes in shrimp. Fish Shellfish Immunol. 2019, 91: 422-423.

11) Wongkietkachorn A, Surakunprapha P, Rudtanatip T, Sakaew W, Vachirodom P, Wongkietkachorn N, Wongkietkachorn S. Supporting a comprehensive theory of breast fascial anatomy. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2019, 144(4): 706e-707e.

12) Wongkietkachorn A, Surakunprapha P, Sakaew W, Rudtanatip T, Wongkietkachorn N, Wongkietkachorn S. Using “1-2-3 Rule” for locating the internal mammary vessels in smaller size population. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2019, 144(3): 527e-528e.

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