Harit Pitakjakpipop

Harit Pitakjakpipop
National Nanotechnology Center, Thailand | NANOTEC · Responsive Material and Nanosensor Research Group

Doctor of Philosophy
Microneedle technology for drug delivery

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Education
October 2019 - March 2022
August 2017 - July 2018
Pennsylvania State University
Field of study
  • Biomaterials
March 2005 - August 2008
Mahidol University
Field of study
  • Physics

Publications

Publications (4)
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Microneedle technology has received considerable attention in transdermal drug delivery system research owing to its minimally invasive and convenient self-administration with enhanced transdermal transport. The pre-drug loading microneedle method has been developed for several protein and chemical medicines. However, the protein activity and effic...
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High-resolution electrophoresis of FXII-derived proteins produced by contact activation of FXII in buffer solutions (i.e. in absence of plasma proteins) with hydrophilic and silanized-glass activators spanning the observable range of water wettability (hydrophilic to hydrophobic), shows no evidence of proteolytic cleavage of FXII into αFXIIa or βFX...
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Activation of blood plasma coagulation in vitro by contact with material surfaces is demonstrably dependent on plasma-volume-to-activator-surface-area ratio. The only plausible explanation consistent with current understanding of coagulation-cascade biochemistry is that procoagulant stimulus arising from the activation complex of the intrinsic path...

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