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  • Sarita Yadav, Aman Kumar, Sushila Maan, Ashok Boora, Narender Singh Maan, Rajiv Banger, K.P. Singh and Inderjeet Singh(2015). Isolation and Characterization of Mannheimia varigena from a Murrah Buffalo. Journal of Buffalo Science 4: 15-20


  • Ramadan TA, Sharma RK, Phulia SK, Balhara AK, Ghuman SS, Singh I (2014) Effectiveness of melatonin and controlled internal drug release device treatment on reproductive performance of buffalo heifers during out-of-breeding season under tropical conditions. Theriogenology 82:1296–1302

  • Kumar P, Kumar D, Sikka P and Singh P (2014). Sericin supplementation improves semen freezability of buffalo bulls by minimizing oxidative stress during cryopreservation. Animal Reproduction Science.
  • Sadeesh EM, Meena Kataria, Balhara S, PS Yadav (2014). Expression profile of developmentally important genes between hand-made cloned buffalo embryos produced from reprogramming of donor cell with oocytes extract and selection of recipient cytoplast through brilliant cresyl blue staining and in vitro fertilized embryos. Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics 31: 1541–1552.
  • Kumar D, Kumar P, Singh P, Yadav SP and Yadav PS (2014). Assessment of sperm damages during different stages of cryopreservation in water buffalo by fluorescent probes. Cytotechnology, DOI: 10.1007/s10616-014-9798-9.
  • Sadeesh EM, Meena Kataria, Fozia Shah, PS Yadav (2014). A comparative study on efficiency of adult fibroblasts and amniotic fluid-derived stem cells as donor cells for production of hand-made cloned buffalo (Bubalusbubalis) embryos. Cytotechnology doi 10.1007/s10616-014-9805-1.
  • Kumar P, Saxena A, Singh S K, Sharma R K, Singh I and Agarwal SK (2014).  Identification of pregnancy- associated glycoproteins by peptide mass fingerprinting in water buffalo (Bubalusbubalis).Indian journal of biochemistry and biophysics 51:326-330.
  • Sadeesh EM, F Shah, AK Balhara, SMK Thirumaran, S Yadav, PS Yadav (2014). Effect of growth factor and antioxidant on in vitro maturation of oocytes and cleavage rates of in vitro produced Indian buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) embryos. Veterinarski Arhiv 84 (5): 459– 474.
  • Dey A, Paul SS, Pandey P and Rathore R 2014. Potential of Moringaoleifera leaves in modulating in vitro methanogenesis and fermentation of wheat straw in buffalo (Bubalus bubalis). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 84 (5): 533-538.
  • Balhara AK , Mohanty AK , Gupta M , Jamwal M, Sunesh, Phulia SK and Singh I (2014) Bioinformatics and functional analysis of proteins in serum of early pregnant buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 84 (2): 140–145
  • Balhara AK, Gupta M, Mohanty AK, Phulia SK, Sharma RK, Singh S and Singh I (2014) Changes in sera proteome in relation to day of pregnancy in early pregnant buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 84 (4): 400–409
  • Kumar D, Kumar P, Singh P, Yadav SP, Sarkar SK, Bharadwaj A and Yadav PS. Characteristics of frozen thawed semen in predicting the fertility of buffalo bulls. Indian J Animal Sciences, 84 (4): 389–392.
  • Sadeesh EM, Shah F, Balhara AK, Thirumaran SMK, Balhara S, Kumar D, Yadav S, Singh I, Yadav PS (2014). Effect of hormones, sera, follicular fluid and oocyte quality on in vitro nuclear maturation and fertilization rate of Indian water buffalo (Bubalusbubalis) oocytes. Journal of Cell and Tissue Research 14 (1): 4165– 4171.
  • Dey A, Paul SS, Pandey P and Rathore R. 2014. Influence of addition of fibrolytic bacterial culture on in vitro degradability of wheat straw, methanogenesis and fermentation metabolites in buffalo. Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 31 (3): 223-226
  • Dey, A and Paul SS. 2014. Gastrointestinal nematodiasis in ruminants: nutritional consequences and ameliorations. Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 31 (2): 101-109.
  • Selokar NL, Saini M, Palta P, Chauhan MS, Manik R, Singla SK. Hope for restoration of dead valuable bulls through cloning using donor somatic cells isolated from cryopreserved semen. PLoS One. 2014 Mar 10;9(3):e90755.
  • Kumar P, Saxena A, Singh SK and Agarwal SK (2014) Glycoproteins profiles of placental extract -A step towards development of biomarkers of pregnancy in water buffalo (Bubalusbubalis). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences84 (4): 424-426.
  • Dey A and De PS. 2014. Outbreak of brooder pneumonia in broiler chicks. Indian Veterinary Journal, 91 (7): 80-81.
  • Kumar P, Kumar D and Singh I (2014). Directional Freezing: Next-generation Technique of Semen Cryopreservation. Research news for U (RNFU): 12: 129- 135.
  • Dey, A and De, P.S. 2014. Influence of condensed tannins from Ficusbengalensisleaves on feed utilization, milk production and antioxidant status of crossbred cows. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Science 27 (3): 342-348.
  • Mudgal, V., Mehta M.K. and Rane A.S. (2014). Utilization of lentil (lens culinaris) straw in the ration of growing barbari kids. The Journal of Animal& Plant Sciences, 24(Suppl. 1): 59-62.
  • Mudgal, V., Gupta, V. K., Pankaj, P. K., Srivastava, S. and Ganai, A. H. (2014). Effect of Copper supplementation on the onset of estrous in anestrous buffalo cows and heifers. Buffalo Bulletin 33: 1-5
  • Dey, A. and Dutta, N. 2014. Exploring tanniferous tree leaves: potential applications in livestock production and health. Universal Journal of Pharmacy 3 (2): 20-25.
  • Dey A and Gangopadhyay PK. 2014. Economic broiler production through home-made feed. Journal of Agriculture and Technology 1 (1): 65-67.

  • Rajesh Vaid, Karuppusamy Shanmugasundaram, Ashok Boora, Bidhan Bera, Brihaspati Shukla, Taruna Anand, Hari Singha, Thachamvally Riyesh, Nitin Virmani, Sanjay Barua, V.B. Ahir, P.G. Koringa, M.R. Sajnani, V.D. Bhatt, Neeraj Rana, K Singh, Parveen Malik, Rajkumar Singh, and Chaitanya Joshi, (2014) Genome Sequence of Pasteurella multocida sub spp. multocida B:2 strain VTCCBAA264 isolated from Bubalus bubalis in North India" (genomeA00755-14). Genome Announcements (American Society for Microbiology).

  • Riyesh T, Karuppusamy S, Bera BC, Barua S, Virmani N, Yadav S, Vaid RK, Anand T, Bansal M, Malik P, Pahuja I, Singh RK(2014) Laboratory-acquired buffalopox virus infection, India. Emerging    Infectious Diseases. 20(2):325-326 .


  • Boora AK, Yadav S, Jain VK, Rana N, Singh KP and Balhara AK (2013). Puerperal Tetanus in water buffalo-A case report. Journal of Buffalo Science 2(1): 53-55.

  • Mann A, Yadav RP, Singh J, Kumar D, Singh B and Yadav PS (2013) Culture, characterization and differentiation of cells from buffalo amnion. Cytotechnology 65 (1): 23-30.

  • Singh P, Kumar D, Kumar P, Singh I and Yadav PS (2013). Successful cryopreservation of buffalo bull semen collected distantly from farmer's doorstep and its quality assessed by CASA. Agriculture Research (DOI: 10.1007/s40003-013-0056-8).

  • Balhara AK, Gupta M, Singh S, Mohanty AK and Singh I (2013) Early Pregnancy Diagnosis in Bovines: Current Status and Future Directions. The Scientific World Journal. Published online Article ID 958540, 10 pages, doi:10.1155/2013/958540

  • SP Yadav, P Sikka, D Kumar, S Sarkar, AK Pandey, PS Yadav and RK Sethi (2013). Variation in Milk Constituents during Different Parity and Seasons in Murrah Buffaloes.  Indian Journal of Animal Science. 83 (7): 747-751

  • Selokar NL, St John L, Revay T, King WA, Singla SK, Madan P. Effect of histone deacetylase inhibitor valproic acid treatment on donor cell growth characteristics, cell cycle arrest, apoptosis, and handmade cloned bovine embryo production efficiency. Cell Reprogram. ;15(6):531-42. 2013

  • Sadeesh EM, Fozia Shah, AK Balhara, SMK Thirumaran, Sunesh Balhara, PS Yadav (2013). Effect of thiol compound supplemented culture medium on in vitro maturation of buffalo oocytes. Ruminant Science 2(1): 59–62.

  • Kumar Pradeep,Yadav PS, Sethi, RK (2013). Applied Veterinary Andrology and Artificial Insemination. Kalyani Publishers, ISBN: 978-93-272-2982-0


  • Balhara AK, Phulia SK, Varij N and Singh I (2012). Minimally invasive muscle biopsy technique for molecular studies in buffaloes. Indian Veterinary Journal 89 (9):119-121

  • Das KS, Sirohi AS, Nagra SS and Ravikumar GVPPS (2012). Effect of maternal age at first breeding on the subsequent performance in rats. Indian Journal of Animal Production and Management 28 (1-2): 51-52.

  • Kulhari A, Sheorayan A, Saxena N, Mohan C, Mangal M, Chaudhury A, Dhawan AK and Kalia RK (2012). HPTLC analysis of guggulsterone isomers in Commiphora wightii (Arn.) Bhandari: an endangered oleo-gum resin species heading towards extinction. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 60 (3): 1173-1180.

  • Kumar D, Mann A, Singh J, Yadav PS, Yadav SP, Singh P, Kumar P and Singh I (2012). Total RNA isolation and expression of housekeeping genes in equilibrated and cryopreserved buffalo semen. Indian Veterinary Journal 89 (2): 34-36.

  • Kumar P, Kumar D, Singh I and Yadav PS (2012). Seminal plasma proteome: Promising biomarkers for bull fertility. Agriculture Research 1(1): 78-86.

  • Kumar S, Malik RK, Sharma RK, Dutt R, Singh P, Singh G and Virmani M (2012). Effect of Ovsynch protocol in different hormonal combinations on follicular dynamics in anoestrus Murrah buffaloes. Veterinary Practitioner 13 (2): 273-275.

  • Nayan V, Phulia SK, Bhardwaj A, Jerome A and Singh D (2012). Transcripts of interleukins in mastitis affected and oxytocin administered buffaloes: Clinical significance and prognostic value. J Biotechnol Biomater /S1: 2155-952X-S1.021-27/Special Issue 2012 (http://dx.doi: 10.4172/2155-952X.S1.021).

  • Phulia SK, Balhara AK, Singh I, Nayan V, Sharma RK, Sunesh and Mohanty AK (2012). Proteomic analysis of milk is indicative of host immune response to mastitis in buffaloes. J Biotechnol Biomater /S1: 2155-952X. S1.019-3/Special Issue 2012, 2:6 ( 10.4172/2155-952X.S1.019).

  • Rana N, Vaid RK, Phulia SK and Singh P (2012). Assessment of bacterial diversity in fresh bubaline semen. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 82 (6): 596–598.

  • Raut AA, Kumar A, Kala SN, Chhoker V, Rana N, Beniwal V, Jaglan S, Sachin KS, Singh J and Mishra A (2012).Identification of Novel Single nucleotide polymorphism in DGAT 1 gene of buffaloes by PCR SSCP. Genetics and Molecular Biology 35 (4): 610-13.

  • Saxena N, Mohan C, Kumar K and Lal D (2012). Multiresidue analysis for five synthetic pyrethroids in animal feeds using reversed phase HPLC. Ruminant Science 1 (2): 153-155.

  • Sharma RK, Singh JK, Khanna S and Singh I (2012). Ovarian response of prepubertal Murrah heifers to exogenous GnRH. Animal Reproduction Science 133: 153-158.

  • Sharma RK, Singh JK, Khanna S, Phulia SK, Sarkar SK and Singh I (2012). Fetal age determination in Murrah buffaloes from days 22 through 60 with ultrasonography. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 82 (4): 374–376.

  • Singh I, Sharma RK, Phulia SK, Kumar D, Saxena O, Verma R and Khanna S (2012). Dominant follicle ablation improves superovulatory response and embryo yield in buffaloes subjected to integrated single-ovulation embryo transfer - multiple-ovulation embryo transfer program. Reproduction Fertility and Development 24: 226-227.

  • Singh J, Kumar P, Mann A, Singh V, Duhan JS and Yadav PS (2012). Cell Morphology and Mucopolysaccharides in early gestation buffalo umbilical cord. Indian Veterinary Journal 89 (11): 36-38.

  • Singh J, Singh V, Mann A, Singh JK, Jerome A, Sarkar SK, Duhan JS and Yadav PS (2012). Buffalo umbilical cord blood collection and hematological comparison with peripheral blood of new born calf and its dam. Indian Journal of Animal Science 82 (8): 84–90.

  • Vaidya MM, Singh SV, Kumar P, Singh AK Kushwaha R, Pathan MM and Balhara AK (2012). Effect of ambient temperature rise on heat storage in Murrah buffaloes during different seasons. Indian Journal of Animal Research 46 (1) : 66-69.

  • Yadav PS, Mann A, Singh J, Kumar D, Sharma RK and Singh I (2012). Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) fetal skin derived fibroblast cells exhibit characteristics of stem cells. Agriculture Research 1:175-182.

  • R.K. Vaid., K. Shanmugamsundaram, Ashok Boora., T. Riyesh., B.C. Bera., B.N. Shukla., Taruna Anand., N. Virmani., S. Barua., N. Rana., K.P Singh., P. Malik and R.K Singh (2012). Sporadic outbreak of haemorrhagic septicaemia in buffalo calves in an organized farm. Vet. Practitioner, 13 (2): 326-335 


  • S.S. Paul, S.M.Deb, B.S.Punia, K.S.Das, G.Singh, M.N.Ashar and R.Kumar. 2011. Effect of feeding isolates of anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix sp. CF 17 on growth rate and fibre digestion in buffalo calves. Archives of Animal Nutrition 65(3):215-228. 

  • S.S.Paul, S.M.Deb and D.Singh. 2011. Isolation and characterization of novel sulphate-reducing Fusobacterium sp. and their effects on in vitro methane emission and digestion of wheat straw by rumen fluid from Indian riverine buffaloes. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 166-167:132-140 

  • K.S.Das, G.Singh, S.S.Paul, R. Malik, P.S.Oberoi and S.M. Deb. 2011. Physiological responses and performance of Nili-Ravi buffalo calves under different washing frequency during hot summer months in tropics. Trop. Anim. Health Prod 43:35-39 

  • K. Sarma, B. Konwar, A. Ali, G. Das, G. Kalita, F. A. Ahmed, B. Saikia, H. Bayan and V. Nayan. 2011. Haemato-biochemical parameters of Burmese pig of subtropical hill agro ecosystem. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 81(8):819-821. 

  • S.S.Paul, R.Kumar and D.Singh. 2011. Morphological types of obligate anaerobic fungi in faeces of different herbivores. Indian Veterinary Journal. 88(2):13-15

  • Kumar D, Anand T, Singh KP, Singh MK, Shah RA, Chauhan MS, Singla SK Palta P, and Manik RS (2011). Derivation of buffalo embryonic stem-like cells from in vitro-produced blastocysts on homologous and heterologous feeder cells. J Assisted Reprod Gen. DOI: 10.1007/s10815-011-9572-2 

  • Anand T, Kumar D, Singh MK, Shah RA, Chauhan MS, Manik RS, Singla SK and Palta P. (2011). Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) embryonic stem cell-like cells and preimplantation embryos exhibit comparable expression of pluripotency-related antigens. Reprod Domest Anim 46 (1):50-58.

  • Malik RK, Singh P, Singh I, Sharma RK, Phulia SK, Tuli RK and Chandolia RK (2011). Ovarian response and fertility of OvSynch-treated postpartum anestrus Murrah buffaloes. Buffalo Bulletin 30(4): 272-276.

  • Yadav PS, Mann A, Singh V, Yashveer S, Sharma RK and Singh I (2011). Expression of pluripotency.


  • Dixit VB, Bharadwaj A, Sharma RK and Sethi RK (2010). Impact of technological interventions on Buffalo based farming systems.Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 80(1): 63-66 

  • Paul SS and Patil NV (2010). Energy and Protein requirements to counter temperature and humidity stress in buffalo heifers. Indian Veterinary Journal (accepted)

  • Paul SS, Kamra DN and Sastry VRB (2010). Fermentative characteristics and fibrolytic capacity of anaerobic fungi isolated from domestic and wild ruminants. Archives of Animal Nutrition (in press)

  • Paul SS, Kumar R and Singh D (2010). Population density and relative dominance of morphological types of obligate anaerobic fungi in faeces of different herbivores. Indian Veterinary Journal (accepted).

  • Paul SS, Deb SM, Punia BS, Singh D and Kumar R (2010). Fibrolytic potential of anaerobic fungi (Piromyces sp.) isolated from wild cattle and wild blue bull in pure culture and effect of their addition on in vitro fermentation of wheat straw and methane emission by rumen fluid of buffaloes. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (Published online on March 29, 2010)

  • M Ayub Ali, L Inaotombi Devi, Varij Nayan, Kh Victoria Chanu, Lalsanglura Ralte.(2010).Antioxidant activity of the fruits available in the Aizawl market of Mizoram, India".International Journal of Biological & Pharmaceutical Research.1(2):76-81. 

  • Phulia S K, Upadhyay RC, Jindal S K  and Misra RP (2010). Alteration in surface body temperature and physiological responses in Sirohi goat during day time in summer season. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 80 (4): 58–60 

  • Saxena N, Kumar Pratima, Madan Jyotsana, Kumar Yogesh and Mohan Chander (2010). In-vitro inhibition of Aspergillus parasiticus byTrichoderma viride as a microbial antagonist. Indian Veterinary Journal. 87 (3): 310-311 
















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