Publications
1. Schoonhoven, M. J. V. and O.Jintasataporn.2016. Reducing fishmeal nclusion in diets and the effects of MFeed+ on the performance of Nile Tilapia(Orechromis niloticus). Feed & Livestock Vol11(3) 2016:36-38

2. Schoonhoven, M. J. V., M. Gallissot and O.Jintasataporn.2016. Biocatalysis with an algae-clay feed additive paves the way for fish meal replacement in diets for the Nile Tilapia(Orechromis niloticus). Aquaculture Asian Pacific Magazine, March/April 2016:22-26

3. Schoonhoven, M. J. V., M. Gallissot and O.Jintasataporn.2016. Copper-montmorillonite complex as preventive action through gut flora modulation A clay complex has protective intestinal action by lowering the pathogenic pressure in shrimp. Aquaculture Asian Pacific Magazine, Volume 12, Number 6 November/December 2016 MCI (P) 013/10/2016 ISBN 1793 -056


4. Srisook. R., O. Jintasataporn and S. Chumkam. 2018. Utilization of yeast, a by-product from ethanol plant, as growth promoter and immune stimulant in zero fishmeal diet
for red Tilapia. Proceeding of the 20th Food Innovation Asia Conference 2018 (FIAC 2018). 14-16 June 2018. BITEC Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand. p481-486

5. Siti-Ariza Aripin, Orapint Jintasataporn and Ruangvit Yoonpundh. 2018. Effects of Exogenous Melatonin and Zinc Amino Acid on Male Clarias macrocephalus Broodstock. Asian J. Sci. Res., 11 (4): 515-521

6. Siti-Ariza Aripin, Orapint Jintasataporn and Ruangvit Yoonpundh, 2018. Effects of melatonin and zinc amino acid on female walking catfish ( Clarias macrocephalus )
broodstock performance. J. Biol. Sci., 18: 289-296.

7. Kattakdad, S., O. Jintasataporn, W. Worawattanamateekul and S. Chumkam. 2018. pH Characterization of Digestive Enzyme and In vitro Digestibility of Red Bee Shrimp
Caridina cantonensis (Decapoda: Atyidae). J Aquac Res Development 9(2),522: 1-6

8. Kattakdad, S., O. Jintasataporn, W. Worawattanamateekul and S. Chumkam. 2018. Successful nursing of Caridina cantonensis larvae with Ca-alginate microencapsulated diet in the first feeding. International Journal of Aquatic Science 9 (2):66-76,