School of Medicine

Dr.Siripat Aluksanasuwan

Dr.Siripat Aluksanasuwan


Tel: +66 (0) 5391 6575


  • Doctor of Philosophy in Immunology, Mahidol University, Thailand (2017)
  • Bachelor of Science in Microbiology (Second Class Honours), King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand (2010)

Aluksanasuwan, S., Plumworasawat, S., Malaitad, T., Chaiyarit, S., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2020). High glucose induces phosphorylation and oxidation of mitochondrial proteins in renal tubular cells: A proteomics approach. Scientific 
Reports, 10, 5843.

Aluksanasuwan, S., Peerapen, P., Plumworasawat, S., Manissorn, J., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2020). Highly effective methods for expression/purification of recombinant human HSP90 and its four distinct (N-LR-M-C) domains. Analytical
Biochemistry, 590, 113518.

Aluksanasuwan, S., Sueksakit, K., Fong-ngern, K., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Role of HSP60 (HSPD1) in diabetes-induced renal tubular dysfunction: regulation of intracellular protein aggregation, ATP production, and oxidative stress. FASEB Journal, 31(5), 2157–2167.

Aluksanasuwan, S., Khamchun, S., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Targeted functional investigations guided by integrative proteome network analysis revealed significant perturbations of renal tubular cell functions induced by high-glucose.
Proteomics, 17(17-18), 1700151.

Vinaiphat, A.*, Aluksanasuwan, S.*, Manissorn, J., Sutthimethakorn, S., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Response of renal tubular cells to differential types and doses of calcium oxalate crystals: Integrative proteome network analysis and
functional investigations. Proteomics, 17(15-16), 1700192 (*These authors contributed equally to this study).

Peerapen, P., Ausakunpipat, N., Sutthimethakorn, S., Aluksanasuwan, S., Vinaiphat, A., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Physiologic changes of urinary 3 of 3 proteome by caffeine and excessive water intake. Clinical Chemistry and
Laboratory Medicine, 55(7), 993-1002.