Anuchit Phanumartwiwath, Ph.D.

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Affiliation Chemical Biology
Office CGI Building, 6th Floor (office 15)
Laboratory CGI Building, 10th Floor (Lab 2)
CRI Building, 3rd Floor (R304B)
Telephone +662-554-1900 Ext. 2635
Fax +662-554-1990-1
E-mail anuchit@cgi.ac.th

Education

2006-2010 B.Sc. (Chemistry), 1st Class Honours Kasetsart University, Thailand
2010-2012 M.Sc. by research (Organic Chemistry) University of Bristol, UK
2012-2017 DPhil. (Organic Chemistry) University of Oxford, UK

Research Interests

  • Chemical Biology: Chemical protein modifications and their applications in biology
  • Organic Chemistry: Natural product chemistry and Green Chemistry

Publications

  1. Molee, W.; Phanumartwiwath, A.; Kesornpun, C.; Sureram, S.; Ngamrojanavanich, N.; Ingkaninan, K.; Mahidol, C.; Ruchirawat, S.; Kittakoop, P., Naphthalene Derivatives and Quinones from Ventilago denticulata and Their Nitric Oxide Radical Scavenging, Antioxidant, Cytotoxic, Antibacterial, and Phosphodiesterase Inhibitory Activities. Chem Biodivers 2018.
    DOI: 10.1002/cbdv.201700537
  2. Wright, T. H.; Bower, B. J.; Chalker, J. M.; Bernardes, G. J.; Wiewiora, R.; Ng, W. L.; Raj, R.; Faulkner, S.; Vallee, M. R.; Phanumartwiwath, A.; Coleman, O. D.; Thezenas, M. L.; Khan, M.; Galan, S. R.; Lercher, L.; Schombs, M. W.; Gerstberger, S.; Palm-Espling, M. E.; Baldwin, A. J.; Kessler, B. M.; Claridge, T. D.; Mohammed, S.; Davis, B. G., Posttranslational mutagenesis: A chemical strategy for exploring protein side-chain diversity. Science 2016, 354 (6312).
    DOI: 10.1126/science.aag1465
  3. Phanumartwiwath, A.; Hornsby, T. W.; Jamalis, J.; Bailey, C. D.; Willis, C. L., Silyl migrations in D-xylose derivatives: total synthesis of a marine quinoline alkaloid. Org Lett 2013, 15 (22), 5734-7.
    DOI: 10.1021/ol402760p

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