Head of Food and Nutrition Toxicology Division


Assoc. Prof. Kaew Kangsadalampai, Ph.D.
E-mail : nukks@mahidol.ac.th
 

 

National and International Consultancy :

  • 1985 - present Member of the Subcommittee on Quality, Standard and Safety of Food, Thai FDA
  • 1983 - 1992 Member of the Administrative Committee of the Toxicological Society of Thailand

Education :

  • 1982 Ph.D. (Toxicology) Utah State University, Logan, Utah, U.S.A.
  • 1979 M.Sc. (Toxicology) Utah State University, U.S.A.
  • 1975 B.Sc. (Biochemistry) Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Research Interests and Expertise :

  • Toxicology (food toxicology)
  • Food law and food standards
  • Consumer protection in food and nutrition

Publications :

     A. National Level

  1. Kangsadalampai K, , and Soiphet S. Antimutagenicity of 4-hexylresorcinol against urethane in somatic mutation and recombination test. Thai Journal of Pharmaceutical Science. 2005;29(1-2):21-7.
  2. Kruawan K, Kangsadalampai K, , Yongsmith B and Sriyapai T. Effects of monascus colorants on the mutagenicity of nitrite treated 1-aminopyrene using ames test. Thai Journal of Pharmaceutical Science. 2005;29(1-2):29-41.
  3. Kangsadalampai K, , Laohavechavanich P, Prasarnchimontri P. Effect of thai curry paste on somatic mutation and recombination induced by urethane in drosophila melanogaster. Journal of The Nutrition Asociation of Thailand. 2004;39(1):35-47.
  4. Kruawan K, Kangsadalampai K, , Limpichaisopon K. Antimutagenicity of different lyophilized ripe bananas on mutagens in ames test and somatic mutation and recombination test. Thai J. Pharm, Sci. 2004;28(1-2):83-94.
  5. Kangsadalampai K, , Sommani P. Antimutagenicity on urethane of various soybean products using in vivo somatic mutation and recombination test. Thai J. Pharm. Sci. 2003;27:17-32.

     B. International level

  1. Laohavechvanich P, Kangsadalampai K, , Tirawanchai N, Ketterman A.J. Effect of different thai traditional processing of various hot chili peppers on urethane-induced somatic mutation and recombination in drosophila melanogaster: assessment of the role of glutathione transferase activity. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 2006;44(8):1348-54.
  2. Kangsadalampai K, , Sommani P. Antimutagenicity on urethane of various soybean products using in vivo somatic mutation and recombination test. Thai J. Pharm. Sci. 2003;27:17-32.
  3. Kangsadalampai K, , Salunkhe DK, Sharma RP. Patulin and rubratoxin B: interaction of toxic and hepatic effects and mutagenic potential. J. Food Protect. 1981;44:39-42.
  4. Kangsadalampai K, , Sharma RP, Salunkhe DK. In vivo Immunologic alteration by a food antioxidant butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) in male-Webster mice. J. Food Protect. 1982;45:845-9.
  5. Kangsadalampai K, . Survey some Thai market basket commodities for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon content: 1. Development of fast screening methods for seafoods. J. Nutr. Assoc.Thai. 1984;18(2):73-88.
  6. Kangsadalampai K, , Sungpaug P. Laboratory Manual for Food Analysis. Prayurawong Co. Ltd, Bangkok. 1984.
  7. Jansuittivechakul O, Mahoney AW, Cornforth DP, Hendricks DG, Kangsadalampai K, . Effect of heat treatment on bioavailability of meat and hemoglobin iron fed to anemic rats. J.Food Sci. 1985;50(2) 407-9.
  8. Kangsadalampai K, , Siritantikorn A. Surveys of some Thai market basket commodities for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon content 2: level of PAH in different seafoods. J. Nutr. Assoc. Thai. 1985;19(1):1-11.
  9. Promvanit N, Kangsadalampai K, . Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in some conventional Thai food by high performance liquid chromatographic technique. Thai J. Toxicol. 1985;1:44-55.
  10. Kangsadalampai K, , Sridetch S. Nutritive values of some conventional processed Thai foods. 3. Fatty acid composition and vitamin A content. J. Nutr. Assoc. Thai. 1986;21:129-49.
  11. Kangsadalampai K, , Promvanit N. Contamination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in leafy vegetables and cooking oils of Bangkok markets. J. Nutr. Assoc. Thai. 1986;20(3):101-12.
  12. Kangsadalampai K, , Promvanit N. Effects of cooking methods and repeated cooking of oil on levels of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Thai foods. J. Nutr. Assoc. Thai. 1986;20(3):228-37.
  13. Kangsadalampai K, , Promvanit N. Immanothai. Nutritive values of some conventional processed Thai foods 1. protein digestibility. J.Nutr. Assoc. Thai. 1986;20(4):348-58.
  14. Kangsadalampai K, , Promvanit N. Immanothai. Nutritive value of some conventional processed Thai foods. 2. water soluble vitamins. J. Nutr. Assoc. Thai. 1986;21(1):33-46.
  15. Kangsadalampai K, , Sharma RP. Effect of protein deficiency on the distribution of butylated hydroxyanisole administered to the rats with and without Tween 60. Thai. J. Toxicol. 1986;2:47-56.
  16. Kangsadalampai K, , Sharma RP, Taylor MJ, Salunkhe DK. Effect of protein deficiency and Tween 60 on the pharmacokinetics of butylated hydroxyanisole and metabolites in male Sprague-Dawley rats. Drug-nutrient Interactions 1986;4:289-97.
  17. Kangsadalampai K, , Butryee C. Effect of nitrite on mutagenicity and in vitro protein digestibility of Spirulina spp. Proceeding in the 3rd Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries, Cairo, Egypt, 19-23 November, 1995, volume II, pp299-308.
  18. Kangsadalampai K, , Butryee C. Mutagenicity of some food colors interacted with nitrite in acid condition. Thai Cancer J. 1995;21:64-73.
  19. Kangsadalampai K, . Application of neem extracts to prevent housefly worms on salted fish. Thai J. Pharm. Sci. 1996;20:225-237.
  20. Kangsadalampai K, , Butryee C, Manoonphol K. Direct mutagenicity of the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-containing fraction of smoked and charcoal-broiled foods treated with nitrite in acid solution. Food Chem. Toxicol. 1996;35:213-18.
  21. Kangsadalampai K, , Suharitdamrong S. Food additive-drug interaction induced mutagens and possible prevention. Thai J. Pharm. Sci. 1996;20:107-17.
  22. Kangsadalampai K, , Kusamran W, Butryee C. Mutagenicity modification of Thai folklore medicine by nitrite in Ames Salmonella mutagenicity test. Thai J. Toxicol. 1996;11-12:8-17.
  23. Kangsadalampai K, , Butryee C, Laohavechvanich P. Antimutagen formation and nitrite scavenging by unprocessed or processed fruit and vegetable fibers. Proceeding in Food Factors for Cancer Prevention; H. Ohigashi, T. Osawa, J. Terao, S. Watanabe, and T. Yoshikawa, Eds.; Springer-Verlag, Tokyo. 1997;166-9.
  24. Kangsadalampai K, , Wuthikornwanit P. Nitrite scavenging capability and antiformation of mutagens of soluble fibers. Thai J. Pharm Sci. 1997;21:107-14.
  25. Kangsadalampai K, . Comparison on the nitrite scavenging activity and antimutagen formation between insoluble and soluble dietary fibers. In Shibamoto T. Terao J and Osawa T. eds. ”Functional Foods for Disease Prevention I: Fruits, Vegetables and Teas”. American Chemical Societyk, Washington, DC. 1998;178-89.
  26. Peerawong K, Kangsadalampai K, . Mutagenic potential of various chicken extracts after nitrosation. Mahidol. J. 1998;5(1):5-8.
  27. Kangsadalampai K, , Laohavechvanich P, Saksitpitak J. Induction of mutation in Drosophila melanogaster fed a hexane extract of vegetables grown in soil contaminated with particulates from diesel engine exhaust. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 1999;20(2):252-60.

     Report and Books

  1. Toxicology: Principle and Application for Food and Nutrition 1994 (A text book)
  2. Cancer Prevention 1991 (A pocket book)
  3. Nutrition Toxicology 1986. (A text book)