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Director IVRI
Dr. Raj Kumar Singh
Director, IVRI

Dr R. K. Singh has rich experience in veterinary and animal sciences with specialization in Microbiology, Biotechnology, and Equine Science spanning over 25 years in different capacities at Indian Veterinary Research Institute at Izatnagar (1988-2002)/Mukteswar (December 2002 to December 2008), National Research Centre on Equines at Hisar/Bikaner (December 2008 to January 2014); National Research Centre on Camel (Director Additional Charge; February to June , 2010), and Central Institute for Research on Buffalo (Director Additional Charge; March 2013), and finally as Director-cum-Vice Chancellor, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar (February 5, 2014 onwards). Dr Singh has served in many Committees of ICAR, DAHD&F, and DBT. He has been Member in Management Committees/Boards of IVRI, PDFMD, Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Hisar; Nanaji Deshmukh University of Veterinary Sciences, Jabalpur; Indian Agricultural Research Institute; Member Scientific Advisory Committee of National Institute of Animal Biotechnology; and Member, Executive Research Council of Indian Immunologicals Ltd Hyderabad, etc. Dr Singh is recipient of many Awards like ICAR Team Research Award (2008); Rafi Ahmad Kidwai Award (2012), Agriculture Research Leadership Award (2012); Awards and Fellowships of many societies, etc. Major research achievements of Dr Singh include contributions in Animal Health (disease diagnostics, animal vaccinology, microbial epidemiology & evolution, disease pathogenesis, host-virus interaction, microbial biodiversity characterization & conservation, DNA Amplification Fingerprinting (DAF) in microbial characterization, cancer biology, anti-microbial, & anti-cancer activity of indigenous medicinal plants, RNA Interference (RNAi), use of heavy water in thermostabilization of biomolecules including rec. proteins, development of cell lines, etc) and animal production (DAF of eukaryotic genomes, MHC class 2 genes & disease resistance, cytokines in animal health & production, etc). Dr Singh’s work spans research and development on health, production and welfare aspects in almost all animal species including cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat, pig, camel, horse, donkey, mules, deer, yak, mithun, and poultry. Dr Singh has developed many live attenuated vaccines (like thermo-adapted TCRP vaccine, goatpox vaccine, sheeppox vaccine, camelpox vaccine, orf vaccine, thermo-adapted PPR vaccine (sheep isolate) for sheep, thermo-adapted PPR (goat isolate) vaccine for goat, Highly Attenuated Goatpox (HAGP) vaccine, PPR+Goatpox double combination vaccine, tsPPR + HAGP double combination vaccine, PPR+Goatpox+Orf triple combination vaccine for goat, PPR+sheeppox+Orf triple combination vaccine for sheep, deuterated PPR vaccine (Sungri) and a few vaccine candidates) and a host of diagnostics (like PCRs for disease diagnosis, characterization, and epidemiology of Mycobacterium bovis and Mycobacterium tuberculosis differentiation, buffalopox virus, camelpox virus, sheeppox virus, goatpox virus, orf virus; RT-PCRs for Rabies, Bluetongue, PPR, equine influenza; qPCRs for camelpox, buffalopox, goatpox and PPR; recombinant protein antigen-based Diagnostic ELISAs for Bluetongue, PPR, Capripox, Burkholderia mallei, equine influenza; monoclonal antibody-based ELISAs like sELISA and cELISA for Bluetongue, etc.). Dr Singh’s contribution through his efforts not only through R&D but also by way of development of quality human resource as an intellect trust and physical infrastructure ij animal sciences division will go a long way in augmenting sustainable livestock production and productivity while ensuring animal welfare, healthy ecosystem, and human wellness.

Brief Curriculum Vitae

1. Name : Raj Kumar Singh
2. Date of Birth : 02-07-1958
3. Designation and address : Director, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (Deemed University), Izatnagar-243 122, UP, India

4. Educational career

Degree/Diploma/Certificate Class/Grade University/Board/Institute Year
Doctorate
(PhD)
Grade “A”
OGPA: 3.88/4.00
IVRI (Deemed university) 1990
Master’s Degree/B. Tech. or equivalent
(MVSc)
First (72.50%) College of Veterinary science at Mathura under CSA University of Agriculture & Technology, Kanpur (now UP Pt Pashu Chikitsa Vishwavidyalaya Evam Go Anusandhan Sansthan, Mathura) 1984
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
(BVSc & AH)
First (63.93%) College of Veterinary science at Mathura under CSA University of Agriculture & Technology, Kanpur (now UP Pt Pashu Chikitsa Vishwavidyalaya Evam Go Anusandhan Sansthan, Mathura) 1982
Matriculation/School Leave certificate/Higher Secondary/ PUC
(Intermediate)
Second (53.60%) UP Board of Education, Allahabad 1976
High School First (66.20%) UP Board of Education, Allahabad 1974

5.

(a) Major field of the highest degree and the one lower to that: Virology, Bacteriology
(b) Specialization in highest degree: Veterinary Virology
(c) Title of the thesis
  • PhD: Molecular characterization of field isolates of rinderpest virus with reference to polypeptides
  • MSc/MVSc: Production and characterization of chicken interferon

6. Additional qualifications/training acquired in India and/or abroad;

(List of all part-time, not included in educational career, give details, duties and duration of course)
S.No. Topic Place Sponsored by Duration Subject & Topic
A. Subject Matter Trainings
(a). National
1. Genome Analysis IVRI, Izatnagar IVRI/ ICAR/FAO/UNDP/ DFID, UK 12-10-1988 to 12-11-1988 Genomics
2. Biotechnological Tools for Specific Diagnosis of Animal Viral Diseases IVRI Campus, Bangalore Department of Biotechnology & IVRI 14-9-1992 to 3-10-1992 Biotechnology & Virology
3. Cloning and Sequencing IVRI, Izatnagar ICAR/UNDP/DIFID/IAH UK January 15-22, 1997 Recombinant DNA Technology
4. Molecular Biology of DNA Viruses IVRI, Izatnagar ICAR/UNDP/DIFID/IAH UK March 3-18, 1998 Molecular Biology, Virology
(b) International
5. Construction of Recombinant Vaccinia Viruses University of California, Davis, USA FAO/UNDP/ICAR 5-4-1994 to 4-8-1994 Recombinant DNA Technology
6. Health and Safety Instructions FAO/UNDP/ICAR May 10, 1994 Biosafety
B. Management Trainings
(a) National
7. Foundation Course on Agricultural Research Project Management NAARM, Hyderabad ICAR 9-10-1990 to 7-3-1991 Agricultural Research Project Management
8. Management Development Programme NAARM, Hyderabad ICAR May 2010 Management Programme
(b) International
9. Leadership Decision Making Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA NAIP (Wolrd Bank)/ICAR June 23-28, 2013 Management Programme

7. Complete service record of the various posts held starting with the present post

Name of the Institute Actual place of work Designation Pay scale and basic pay
Period
From To
Indian Veterinary Research Institute Izatnagar and various campuses Director & Vice Chancellor Rs 75000/- (Fixed) + Rs 5000 (special pay) 5-2-2014 Till date
National Research Centre on Equines Hisar & Bikaner Director PB-IV, RGP Rs 10,000;
Rs 47,380/- +RGP+NPA
24-12-2008 4-2-2014
Central Institute for Research on Buffalo Hisar & Nabha Director (Additional Charge) PB-IV, RGP Rs 10,000; 1-4-2013 30-4-2013
National Research Centre on Camel Bikaner Director (Additional Charge) PB-IV, RGP Rs 10,000; 31-1-2010 14-6-2010
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Campus Mukteswar- Kumaon Mukteswar, Nainital, Kumaon Head, Division of Virology – cum – Station In-charge PB-IV, RGP Rs 10,000;
Rs 42,490/- +RGP+NPA
5-12-2006 (A/N) 23-12-2008
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Campus Mukteswar- Kumaon Mukteswar, Nainital, Kumaon Head, Division of Virology Rs 16400-22400,
Rs 16,400/- + NPA
13-7-2005 5-12-2006 (F/N)
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Campus Mukteswar- Kumaon Mukteswar, Nainital, Kumaon Sr Scientist – cum – Acting Head, Division of Virology Rs 12000-18300,
Rs 14,100/- + NPA
22-12-2002 12-7-2005
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Campus Mukteswar- Kumaon Mukteswar, Nainital, Kumaon Senior Scientist Rs 12000-18300,
Rs 14,100/- + NPA
2-12-2002 21-12-2002
National Biotechnology Centre, IVRI, Izatnagar-243 122 Bareilly (UP) Senior Scientist Rs 12000-18300,
Rs 12,000/- + NPA
27-7-1998 30-11-2002
PGET (Biotechnology),
National Biotechnology Centre, IVRI
Izatnagar-243 122 Bareilly (UP Scientist (Sr Scale)-cum-Course Coordinator Rs 10,000-15,200 PM;
(wef 1.1.1996); Rs 10325/- + NPA
26-1-1996 7-5-1996
PGET (Biotechnology), National Biotechnology Centre, IVRI, Izatnagar-243 122 Bareilly (UP) Scientist (Senior Scale) Rs 3,000-Rs 5,000/- (upto 31.12.1995); Rs 3000/-+NPA.
Rs 10,000-15,200 PM; (wef 1.1.1996); Rs 10325/- + NPA.
1-1-1993 26-7-1998
PGET (Biotechnology), National Biotechnology Centre, IVRI, Izatnagar-243 122 Bareilly (UP) Scientist S-1 Rs 2200-4000;
Rs 2200 PM+NPA
31-12-1987 30-12-1992

8. Membership of societies (indicate also if any position/office held)

  1. Life Member, Indian Virological Society (IVS)
  2. Life Member, Indian Association of Veterinary Microbiologists, Immunologists and Specialists in Infectious Diseases (IAVMI)
  3. Life Member, Indian Association for Advancement of Veterinary Research (IAAVR)
  4. Life Member, Indian Society of Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology (ISVIB)
  5. Life Member, Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI)
  6. Life Member, Society for Immunology & Immunopathology (SIIP)
  7. Life Member, National Academy of Veterinary Sciences (India)
  8. Life Member, Indian Society for Veterinary Medicine (ISVM)
  9. Life Member, Veterinary Council of India (VCI)
  10. Life Member, Society for Plant Research (SPR)
  11. Life Member, Panchgavya Professionals Club (PGPC)
  12. Member, U.P. Veterinary Council
  13. Life Member, Rohilkhand Vets Club
  14. Life Member, Academy of Science for Animal Welfare [AASc (AW)]
  15. Life Member, Indian Society for Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation
  16. Life Member, Academy of Environmental Biology
  17. Life Member, Indian Association of Veterinary Public Health Specialists (IAVPHS)
  18. Life Member, Society for Conservation of Domestic Animal Biodiversity (SOCDAB)
  19. Life Member, Indian Society for Buffalo Development (ISBD)
  20. Life Member, Indian Society for Sheep and Goat production & Utilization (ISSGPU)
  21. Life Member, Indian Society of Animal Genetics & Breeding (ISAGB)
  22. Life Member, Indian Association of Equine Practitioners (IAEP)
  23. Life Member, Equestrian Federation of India (EFI)
  24. Life Member, Society of Biosafety (India)
  25. Life Member, International College of Nutrition
  26. Alumni, Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Executive Education Alumni (HKS EE Alumni) Association (Executive Education Alumni Webpage: www.hks.harvard.edu/ee/alumni) (since July 2013).

    Position/ Offices held in various positions

  • President, Indian Society of Veterinary Immunology & Biotechnology (ISVIB) since 2013 (Two year term i.e. 2013-2014)
  • Elected Member, Governing Council of NAVS (India) (2010 -2013)
  • Vice President, Indian Virological Society (since 2011 onwards)
  • Vice President, Society of Biosafety (India) (2010 onwards)
  • Vice President, Indian Society of Veterinary Immunology & Biotechnology (ISVIB) (2 terms of 2 years each (between 2006-2010)
  • Member, Editorial Board of Animal Science Review since 2013
  • Member, Editorial Board of Indian Journal of Animal Science (2010-June 2013; July 2013 till date)
  • Member, Executive Committee of Indian Association of Microbiologists, Immunologists and Specialists in Infectious Diseases (IAVMI)
  • Member, National Advisory Committee (chaired by Prof. Anil Kakodkar) on National Conference on “Non-nuclear Applications of Heavy Water and Deuterium (NAHWD-2010) organized by Indian Nuclear Society, Mumbai (January 28-29, 2010).
  • Reviewer in many Indian Journals, and International Journals like PlosOne, Vaccine, Journal of Virological Methods, Vet. Microbiology, Archives of Virology, African journal of Microbiology, African Journal of Agriculture, etc.

9. Awards/ Recognitions received (give details)

Year Name of the Award Organization
2013 DBT Tata Innovation Fellowship Award - A highly competitive award scheme instituted by the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India to recognize and award scientists with outstanding track record in biological sciences and a deep commitment to find innovative solutions to major problems in health care, agriculture and other areas related to life sciences and biotechnology Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt of India
2011 Rafi Ahmad Kidwai Award for Outstanding Contributions in Agricultural Research (Animal Sciences) (Highest Award by ICAR) ICAR
2011 Agriculture Research Leadership Award by Agriculture Today Group awards 17 awards every year (one in each category) every year) A Very Prestigious Award by Agriculture Today Group. Other Awardees in 2011 included Dr Y. K. Alagh (Chairman, IRMA); Dr Rita Sharma (Member, NAC); Chairman and Managing Director, Sonalika Tractors; Minister of Horticulture (J&K); Vice Chancellor (TNAU, Coimbatore); etc.
2008 ICAR Team Research Award for outstanding research contributions in Veterinary Science in Multi-disciplinary Team mode ICAR
2003 Special Academic Award National Academy of Veterinary Sciences (India)
(i) Award of Fellowships by National Academies & Scientific Societies
2013 Fellow (FNAAS) National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, India
2011 Fellow (FIVS) Indian Virological Society
2011 Fellow, FICN International College of Nutrition
2011 Fellow (FIAVMI) Indian Association of Veterinary Microbiology, Immunology & Infectious Diseases (IAVMI)
2010 Fellow (FISVIB) Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology (ISVIB)
2010 Fellow (FAEB) Academy of Environmental Biology
2007 Fellow (FSIIP) Indian Society of Veterinary immunology & Immunopathology (SIIP)
2006 Fellow (FNAVS) National Academy of Veterinary Sciences (India)
2004 Fellow (FSPR) Society for Plant Research
2003 Fellow [FASc(AW)] Academy of Science for Animal Welfare
2003 Associate [AASc(AW)] Academy of Science for Animal Welfare
2000 Member (MNAVS) National Academy of Veterinary Sciences (India)
(ii) Awards by Scientific societies
2008 Dr Alfred Lingard Award for “Product-oriented research” Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology (ISVIB)
2006 Sir F.M. Burnett Memorial Award for best Team Research work entitled “Pen-side tests for diagnosis of PPR” Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology (ISVIB).
2006 Mid Career Scientist Award for scientific work in the fields of Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology. Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology (ISVIB)
2005 SPR’s Excellent Researcher Award Society for Plant Research (India)
2004 Shyma Singh and Balamati Devi Memorial Award for significant contribution in Microbiology & Biotechnology especially development of diagnostics and vaccines. Indian Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Sciences (IAAVR)
2003 Dr P.K. Pani Research Award for contributions in Animal Genetics & Breeding Indian Poultry Science Association
2000 IAAVR Award for significant contribution to Biotechnology Indian Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Sciences (IAAVR)
(iii) Awards for best research papers published
2001 IAVP Best Research Article Award for Best Paper published in IJVP Indian Society of Veterinary Pathology
1999 IAAVP Best Research Article Award for paper published in Journal of Vet. Parasitol. 13(1): 1999. Indian Association for the Advancement of Vet. Parasitology
1999 Dr. R. Eswaran Memorial Award for article published in Indian Veterinary Journal 76(10): 878-881, 1999. Indian veterinary Association
1998 Dr V.S. Alawar Award for best paper published in Indian Veterinary Journal Indian veterinary Association
(iv) Other recognitions
1994 FAO Fellowship for training in recombinant DNA of Viruses at University of California at Davis (USA). FAO/UNDP
1985-87 ICAR Senior Research Fellowships ICAR
1982-84 ICAR Junior Research Fellowships ICAR
1983 Best Student in Seminar in Medicine College of Vet. Sci. & Animal husbandry, Mathura
1982 Best NSS (National Social Services) Cadet NCC Unit at College of Vet. Sci. & Animal husbandry, Mathura
1975-76 Merit Scholarship in Intermediate UP Board of Education, Allahabad

Publications 2008 onwards

  1. Balamurugan, V.; Sen, A.; Saravanan, P.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Patra, R.C.; Swarup, D.; Kumar, M.; Yadav, M.P. and Singh, R.K. (2008). Potential effect of aqueous extract of Acacia Arabica on peste des petits ruminants virus replication. J. Pharmaceutical Biol. 46(3): 171-179.
  2. Bhanuprakash, V., Hosamani, M., Balamurugan, V., Gandhale, P., Ram Naresh, Swarup, D and Singh R.K. (2008). In-vitro antiviral activity of plant extracts on goatpox virus replication. Indian J. Exp. Biol. 46(2): 120-127.
  3. Pathak, K. B., Biswas, S. K., Tembhurne, P. A., Hosamani, M., Bhanuprakash, V., Prasad, G., Singh, R. K., Rasool, T. J and Mondal, B. (2008). Prokaryotic expression of truncated VP7 of bluetongue virus (BTV) and reactivity of the purified recombinant protein with all BTV type-specific sera. J Virol Meth. 152: 6-12.
  4. Hosamani, M., Bhanuprakash, V., Kallesh, D. J., Balamurugan, V., Pande, A. and Singh, R. K. (2008). Cell culture adapted sheeppox virus as a challenge virus for potency testing of sheeppox vaccine. Indian Journal of Exp. Biol. 46: 685-689. (Global Impact: 0.500; NAAS rate: 3.00).
  5. Singh, R. K., Balamurugan, V., Hosamani, M., Kallesh, D. J. and Bhanuprakash, V. (2008). Sequence analysis of C18L gene of buffalo pox virus: PCR strategy for specific detection and its differentiation from orthopoxviruses. J. Virol. Methods 154: 146-153. (doi:10.1016/j.jviromet.2008.08.009). (Global Impact: 1.933; NAAS rate: 8.6).
  6. Balamurugan, V., Bhanuprakash, V., Hosamani, M., Srinivasan, V. A., and Singh, R. K. (2008). Comparative sequence analyses of B5R gene of Indian camel pox virus isolates with other orthopoxviruses. Indian J. Virol. 19(20): 34-38. (NAAS rate: 4.0).
  7. Bhanuprakash, V.; Saravanan, P.; Hosamani, M.; Balamurugan, V.; Mondal, B. and Singh, R.K. (2008). Combined sero-prevalence of bluetongue tongue virus, PPR virus and Sheep poxvirus in sheep in North and Northwestern States of India. Vet. Italiana 44 (3): 527-536.
  8. Kallesh DJ, Hosamani M, Balamurugan V, Bhanuprakash V, Yadav V, Singh RK. (2009). Quantitative PCR: a quality control assay for estimation of viable virus content in live attenuated goat pox vaccine. Indian J. Exp Biol. 47(11): 911-915.
  9. Balamurugan, V.; Kallesh, D.J, Hosamani, M.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Venkatasan, G. and Singh, R.K. (2009). Comparative efficacy of conventional and taqman PCR assays in the detection of Capripoxviruses from clinical samples. J. Vet. Diag. Invest. 21(2): 225-231. (Global Impact: 1.145; NAAS rate: 8.1).
  10. Balamurugan, V.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Hosamani, M.; Kallesh, D.J, Venkatasan, G.; Chauhan, B. and Singh, R.K. (2009). A polymerase chain reaction strategy for the diagnosis of camelpox. J. Vet. Diag. Invest. 21(2): 231-237.
  11. De, A.; Batabyal, S.; Biswas, S.; Chand, K.; Singh, R.K.; Mondal, B. (2009). Surveillance of bluetongue virus antibody in goats using a recombinant VP7-based indirect ELISA in the coastal saline area of West Bengal, India. Veterinaria Italiana 45(2): 339-346.
  12. Desai, G.; Hosamani, M.; Patil, S.; Kataria, R.S.; Prabhudas, K. and Singh, R.K. (2009). Sequence Analysis of the S10 Gene of Six Bluetongue Virus Isolates from India. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 56: 326-336.
  13. Yadav, V.; Balamurugan, V.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Sen, A.; Bhanot, V.; Venkatesan, G.; Tiyesh, T. and Singh, R.K. (2009). Expression of peste des petits ruminants virus nucleocapsid protein in prokaryotic system and its potentla use as a diagnostic antigen or immunogen. J. Virol Methods 162: 56-63.
  14. Bhanot, V.; Balamurugan, V.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Venkatesan, G.; Sen, A.; Yadav, V.; Yogisharadhya, R.; Singh, R.K. (2009). Expression of P32 protein of goatpox virus in Pichia pastoris and its potential use as a diagnostic antigen in ELISA. J. Viol. Methods 162(1-2): 251-257.
  15. Sharma, S.; Hosamani, M.; Singh, R.K.; Kumar, H.; Verma, S.; Pan, D.; Meenakshi, Mahajan, V. (2009). PCR-based confirmation of outbreaks of sheeppox in Punjab (India). Indian Vet. J. (in press).
  16. Singh, R. K., Balamurugan, V., Bhanuprakash, V., Sen, A., Saravanan, P., and Yadav, M. P. (2009). Possible control and eradication of peste des petits ruminants from India: technical aspects. Veterinaria Italiana 45(4): 449-462.
  17. Saravanan, P.; Balamurugan, V.; Sen, A.; Sreenivasa, B.P.; Singh, R.P.; Dhar, P.; Bandyopadhyay, S.K. and Singh, R.K. (2009). Long term immune response of goats to a Vero cell adapted live attenuated homologous PPR vaccine. Indian Vet. J. (In Press).
  18. Sarkar, J.; Balamurugan, V., Sen, A.; Saravanan, P.; Sahay, B.; Rajak, K. K.; Rasool, T.J.; Bhanuprakash, V.; and Singh, R.K. (2009). Sequence analysis of morbillivirus CD150 receptor-signaling lymphocyte activation molecule (SLAM) of different animal species. Virus Genes (in press). doI 10.1007/s11262-009-0391-9.
  19. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N.N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J.R.; Singh, R.K. (2009). In vitro trypanocidal activity of comparative extraction of Terminalia belirica (Combretaceae) dried fruits with solvents of different polarities against Trypanosoma evensi. The Internet J. Vet. Med. (2009) volume 6, Number 1 (s).
  20. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N.N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J.R. & Singh, R.K. (2009). Therapeutic evaluation of Terminalia bellirica (Combretaceae) dried fruits against Trypanosoma evansi. The Internet J. Vet. Med. (2009) Volume 7 Number 1.
  21. Singh, R.K.; Balamurugan, V.; Bhanuprakash, V. (2009). Current Research on Buffalopox in India. Pakistan J. Zool. Suppl. Ser., No.9, pp 0-0, 2009. (H-SPJZ-40).
  22. Bhanuprakash, V.; Venkatesan, G.; Balamurugan, V.; Hosamani, M.; Yogisharadhya, R.; Gandhale, P.; Reddy, K.V.; Damle, A.S.; Kher, H.N.; Chandel, B.S.; Chauhan, H.C.; Singh, R.K. (2010). Zoonotic Infections of Buffalopox in India. Zoonoses & Public Hlth 57: e149-e155 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1863-2378.2009.01314.x).
  23. Virmani, N.; Bera, B.C.; Singh, B.K.; Shanmugasundaram, K.; Gulati, B.R.; Barua, S.; Vaid, R.; Gupta, A.K.; and Singh, R.K. (2010). Equine influenza outbreak in India (2008-2009): Virus isolation, seroepidemiology and phylogenetic analysis of HA gene. Vet. Microl. 143(2-4): 224-237.
  24. Yadav. S., Hosamani. M., Balamurugan. V., Bhanuprakash. V., Singh. R.K. (2010). Partial genetic characterization of viruses isolated from pox-like infection in cattle and buffaloes: evidence of buffalo pox virus circulation in Indian cows. Arch Virol. 155(2):255-61.
  25. Virmani. N., Bera. B.C., Gulati. B.R., Karuppusamy. S., Singh. B.K., Kumar. Vaid. R., Kumar. S., Kumar. R., Malik. P., Khurana. S.K., Singh. J., Manuja. A., Dedar. R., Gupta. A.K., Yadav. S.C., Chugh. P.K., Narwal. P.S., Thankur. V.L., Kaul. R., Kanani. A., Rautmare. S.S., Singh. R.K. (2010). Descriptive epidemiology of equine influenza in India (2008-2009): temporal and spatial trends. Vet Ital. 46(4):449-58.
  26. Pallavi. R., Roy. N., Nageshan. R.K., Talukdar. P., Pavithra. S.R., Reddy. R., Venketesh. S., Kumar. R., Gupta. A.K., Singh. R.K., Yadav. .SC., Tatu. U. (2010). Heat shock protein 90 as a drug target against protozoan infections: biochemical characterization of HSP90 from Plasmodium falciparum and Trypanosoma evansi and evaluation of its inhibitor as a candidate drug. J. Biol. Chem. 285(49): 37964-75 (Epub Sep 13, 2010).
  27. Roy. N., Nageshan. R.K., Pallavi. R., Chakravarthy. H., Chandran. S., Kumar. R., Gupta. A.K., Singh. R.K., Yadav. S.C., Tatu. U. (2010). Proteomics of Trypanosoma evansi infection in rodents. PLosOne 5(3): e9796.
  28. Venkatesan. G., Balamurugan. V., Prabhu. M., Yogisharadhya. R., Bora. D.P., Gandhale. P.N., Siva. Sankar. M.S., Kulkarni. A.M., Singh. R.K., Bhanuprakash. V. (2010). Emerging and re-emerging zoonotic buffalopox infection: a severe outbreak in Kolhapur (Maharashtra), India. Vet Ital. 46(4):439-48.
  29. Balamurugan. V., Sen. A., Venkatesan. G., Yadav. V., Bhanot. V., Bhanuprakash. V., Singh. R.K. (2010). Application of semi-quantitative M gene-based hydrolysis probe (TaqMan) real-time RT-PCR assay for the detection of Peste des petits ruminants virus in the clinical samples for investigation into clinical prevalence of disease. Transbound Emerg Dis. 57(6): 383-95 (doi: 10.1111/j.1865-1682.2010.01160.x. Epub Aug 15, 2010).
  30. Bhanuprakash. V., Venkatesan. G., Balamurugan. V., Hosamani. M., Yogisharadhya. R., Chauhan. R.S., Pande. A., Mondal. B., Singh. R.K. (2010). Pox outbreaks in sheep and goats at Makhdoom (Uttar Pradesh), India: evidence of sheeppox virus infection in goats. Transbound Emerg Dis. 57(5): 375-82 (doi: 10.1111/j.1865-1682.2010.01158.x. Epub Jul 27, 2010).
  31. Balamurugan. V., Sen. A., Venkatesan. G., Yadav. V., Bhanot. V., Riyesh. T., Bhanuprakash. V., Singh. R.K. (2010). Sequence and phylogenetic analyses of the structural genes of virulent isolates and vaccine strains of peste des petits ruminants virus from India. Transbound Emerg Dis. 57(5): 352-364 (doi: 10.1111/j.1865-1682.2010.01156.x.; Epub Jul 19, 2010).
  32. Chandranaik. B.M., Singh. R.K., Hosamani. M., Krishnappa. G., Harish. B.R., Chethana. C.S., Renukaprasad. C. (2010). Comparative sequence analysis of B5R gene of zoonotic buffalo pox virus isolates with other orthopoxviruses. Trop Anim Health Prod. 43: 287-290.
  33. Balamurugan, V.; Sen, A.; Venkatesan, G.; Yadav, V.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Singh, R.K. (2010). Isolation and identification of virulent peste des petits ruminants viruses from PPR outbreaks in India. Trop. Anim. Hlth Prod. 42 (6):1043–1046.
  34. Venkatesan, G.; Balamurugan, V.; Singh, R.K.; Bhanuprakash, V. (2010). Goatpox virus isolated from an outbreak at Akola, Maharashtra (India) phylogenetically related to Chinese strain. Trop. Anim. Hlth Prod. 42(6):1053–1056.
  35. Bhanuprakash, V.; Balamurugan, V.; Hosamani, M.; Venkatesan, G.; Chauhan, Bina; Srinivasan, V.A.; Chauhan, R.S.; Pathak, K.M.L.; Singh, R.K. (2010). Isolation and characterization of Indian isolates of camel pox virus. Trop. Anim. Hlth Prod. 42(6):1271–1275.
  36. De, S.; Singh, R.K.; Brahma, B. (2011). Allelic Diversity of Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) Class II DRB gene in Indian cattle and buffalo. Molecular Biology International (doi: 10.4061/2011/120176) (ePub ahead of rpint).
  37. Nagarajana., G.; Swamia, S.K.; Ghorui, S.K.; Pathak, K.M.L.; Singh, R.K.; Patil, N.V. (2011). Cloning and phylogenetic analysis of Interleukin-6 (IL-6) and tumor necrosis factor-a (TNF-a) from Indian dromedaries (Camelus dromedarius). CIMID (doi:10.1016/j.cimid.2011.01.005).
  38. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N.N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J.R and Singh, R.K. (2011). In vitro trypanocidal activity of extracts of Vitex negundo leaves (Verbenaceae) with solvent of different polarities against trypanosome evansi. Indian J. Exp. Biol. Iin press).
  39. Bera, B.C., Shanmugasundaram, K., Barua, S., Venkatesan, G., Riyesh,T., Bhanuprakash, V., Gulati, B.R., Vaid, R.K., Virmani, N., Kakker, N.K., Malik, P., Bansal, M., Gadvi, S., Singh, R.V., Yadav, V., Sardarilal, Nagarajan, G., Balamurugan, V., Hosamani, M., Pathak, K.M.L. and Singh, R.K. 2011. Zoonotic cases of Camelpox infection in India. Veterinary Microbiology 152:29-38.
  40. Gulati. B.R., Singha. H., Singh. B.K., Virmani. N., Khurana. S.K. and Singh. R.K. 2011. Serosurveillance for Japanese encephalitis virus infection among equines in India. J Vet Sci: 12(4):341-345.
  41. Gulati. B.R., Singha. H., Singh. B.K., Virmani. N., Kumar. S. and Singh. R.K. 2012. Isolation and genetic characterization of Japanese encephalitis virus from equines in India. J Vet Sci: 13 (1)(in press)
  42. Malik. Praveen., Harisankar. Singha., Sandip. K. Khurana., Rajender. Kumar., Sanjay. Kumar., Ajay. K. Raut., Thachamvally. Riyesh., Rajesh. K. Vaid., Nitin. Virmani., Birendra. K. Singh., Shivroop. V. Pathak., Dhananjay. D. Parkale., Bhoodev. Singh., Sur. B. Pandey., Tilak. R. Sharma., Bhag. C. Chauhan., Vivek. Awasthi., Sanjay. Jain. & R.K. Singh (2012). Emergence and re-emergence of glanders in India: a description of outbreaks from 2006-2011. Vet. Italiana (Accepted)
  43. R. K. Dedar., Yash. Pal., S. Kumar., S.K. Ghorui., R.A. Legha. and R.K. Singh. (2011) Therapeutic evaluation of ivermectin against endoparasites of donkey. Vet Practitioner 12 (1): 86-87.
  44. R. K Dedar., Yash. Pal., Sanjay. Kumar., R. A. Legha. and R. K. Singh, Anthelminitic Activity of a Traditional Herbal Mixture in Horses in North Western Rajasthan. Vet Practitioner (Accepted).
  45. R.K. Dedar, Yash Pal, S.Kumar, S.K. Ghurai, R.A. Legha and R.K. Singh (2011),Therapeutic Evaluation of Ivermectin against endoparasites of donkeys, Vet Practitioner 12(1) 86-87.
  46. Riyesh. T., Balamurugan, V., Sen, A., Bhanuprakash, V., Venkatesan, G., Yadav, Vinita., Singh, R.K. (2011). Evaluation of efficacy of stabilizers on the thermostability of live attenuated thermo-adapted peste des petits ruminants vaccines. Virologica Sinica 26(5): 00-00 (in press) (DOI 10.1007/s12250-011-3205-x).
  47. Talluri Thirumala Rao., A. Arangasamy., Sanjay Kr. Ravi., Yash Pal., A.K. Gupta. and R.K. Singh (2011) Seminal characteristics of Zanskari Stallions reared in arid zone of Rajasthan. Indian Vet J, 89: July 2012 (Accepted)
  48. Talluri Thirumala Rao., Mal Gorakh., S.K. Ravi., Pal.Y., Patil. N.V, Singh R.K. (2012). Seminal plasma protein profiles in three different breeds of equines. Indian J Anim Sci. 82 (4): 367-368.
  49. Thirumala Rao Talluri., Mal. Gorakh., Ravi. S.K., Singh. R.K. And Patil. N.V. “Comparative Study on Seminal Plasma Protein Profiles in Three Different Breeds of Equines”: communicated to Indian Journal of Animal Science and is in review. Indian J Anim. Sci, 82 (4): 367-368, April 2012.
  50. Virmani. N., Bera. B.C., Shanumugasundaram. K., Singh. B.K., Gulati. B.R. and Singh. R.K. 2011. Genetic analysis of the matrix and non-structural genes of equine influenza virus (H3N8) from epizootic of 2008-09 in India. Vet Microbiol: 152:169–175
  51. Yash. Pal., R. A. Legha., Y. P. Thakur., A. K. Gupta. and R. K. Singh. (2011) Socio-economic status of Spiti horse owners vis-à-vis horse management in native tract. Vet. Practitioner 12 (1): 73-76.
  52. Manuja. Anju., Kumar. Balvinder. and Singh. R.K. 2012. Nanotechnology developments: opportunities for animal health and production 2 Frontiers in Biosci (E4): 17-25.
  53. Nagarajan., G.; Swami., S.K..; Ghorui, S.K.; Pathak, K.M.L.; Singh, R.K.; Patil, N.V. (2012). Cloning and sequence analysis of IL-2, IL-4 and IFN-c from Indian Dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius). Res. Vet. Sci. 92: 420-426 (doi:10.1016/j.rvsc.2011.03.028).
  54. Nagarajan, G.; Swamia, S.K.; Ghorui, S.K.; Pathak, K.M.L.; Singh, R.K.; Patil, N.V. (2011). Cloning and phylogenetic analysis of Interleukin-6 (IL-6) and tumor necrosis factor- a (TNF-a) from Indian dromedaries (Camelus dromedarius). CIMID 34: 291-298 (doi:10.1016/j.cimid.2011.01.005).
  55. Nandi, S.; Muthuchelvon, D.; Ahuja, A.; Bisht, S.; Chander, V.; Pandey, A.B.; Singh, R.K. (2011). Prevalence of classical swiner fever virus in India: A 6-year study (2004029010). Transbound Emerg Dis. (doi:10.1111/j1865-1682.2011.01218.x).
  56. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N.N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J.R and Singh, R.K. (2011). In vitro trypanocidal activity of extracts of Vitex negundo leaves (Verbenaceae) with solvent of different polarities against trypanosome evansi. Indian J. Exp. Biol. (in press).
  57. Anand. T., Bera. B.C., Shanmugasundaram. K., Sharma. G., Virmani. N., Shukla. B.N., Bansal. M., Riyesh. T., Barua. S., Malik. P. & Singh. R.K. 2012. Molecular characterization of virulence associated protein (Vap) family genes of pathogenic isolates from clinical cases of Indian equines. Indian J. Of Biotechnology, (Accepted).
  58. Arangasamy., Rao. TR., Singh. R.K., Yash. Pal. and Tandon. S.N. 2012. Unilateral Cryptorchidism in Marwari Stallion – A case study. Indian Vet J .(Accepted).
  59. Bera. B.C., Shanmugasundaram. K., Barua. S., Anand. T., Riyesh. T., Virmani. N., Bansal. M., Shukla. B.N., Mali.k P. and Singh. R.K. 2012. Sequence and phylogenetic analysis of host- range (E3L, K3L & C7L) and structural protein (B5R) genes of buffalopox virus isolates from buffalo, cattle and human in India. Virus Genes. DOI 10.1007/s11262-012-0788-8.
  60. Bera. B.C., Virmani. N., Shanmugasundaram. K., Vaid. R.K., Singh. B.K., Gulati. B.R., Anand. T., Barua. S., Malik. P. and Singh. R.K. 2013. Genetic analysis of the Neuraminidase (NA) gene of equine influenza virus (H3N8) from epizootic of 2008–2009 in India. Indian Journal of Virology, Accepted.
  61. Dedar. R.K., Yash. Pal., Kumar. S., Legha. R.A. and Singh. R.K., 2012. Anthelminitic activity of a traditional herbal mineral combination in horses in North Western Rajasthan. Vet Practitioner 13(1): 43-45.
  62. Goyal. T., Varshney. A., Bakshi. S.K., Barua. S., Bera. B.C., and Singh. R.K. 2013. Buffalo pox outbreak with atypical features: a word of caution and need for early intervention. International Journal of Dermatology. doi: 10.1111/ijd.12120
  63. Gulati. B.R., Singha. H., Singh. B.K., Virmani. N., Kumar. S., and Singh. R.K. 2012. Isolation and genetic characterization of Japanese encephalitis virus from equines in India. J Vet Sci 13(2):111-118.
  64. Malik. P., Singha. H., Khurana. S.K., Kumar. R., Kumar. S., Raut. A.K., Riyesh. T., Virmani. N., Singh. B.K., Pathak. SV., Parkale. D.D., Singh. B., Pandey. S.B., Sharma. T.R., Chauhan. B.C., Awasthi. V., Jain. S., and Singh. R.K. 2012. Emergence and re-emergence of glanders in India: A description of outbreaks from 2006- 2011. Vetrinaria Italiana 48(2):167-178.
  65. Malik,P., Singha,H., Khurana,S.K., Kumar,R., Kumar,S., Raut, A.K., Riyesh, T., Vaid, R.K., Virmani, N., Singh, B.K., Pathak, S.V., Parkale, D.D., Singh, B., Pandey, S.B., Sharma, T.R., Chauhan, B.C., Awasthi, V., Jain, S. and Singh, R.K (2012). Emergence and re-emergence of glanders in India: a description of outbreaks from 2006 to 2011. Vet Italiana 48(2), 167-178.
  66. Rao. T.T., Arangasamy. A., Ravi. S.K., Yash. Pal., Gupta. A.K., and Singh. R.K. 2012. Characteristics of fresh and frozen semen of zanskari stallions. Indian Vet. J. 89 (7): 62-64.
  67. Rao. T.T., Mal. G., Ravi. S.K., Singh. R.K. and Patil. N.V. 2012. Comparative study on seminal plasma protein profiles in three different breeds of equines. Indian Journal of Animal Science and is in review. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 82 (4): 367–368.
  68. Rao. T.T., Ravi. S., Bera, B.C., Anand. T., Riyesh. T., Virmani. N., Malik. P. and Singh. R.K. 2012. Microbial quality of fresh and frozen equine semen of Indian horses. Veterinary Practitioner 13(2):336-339.
  69. Singha. H., Gulati. B.R., Kuma.r P., Singh. B.K., Virmani, N. and Singh, R.K. 2013. Complete genome sequence analysis of Japanese encephalitis virus isolated from a horse in India. Arch. Virol 158:113-122.
  70. Vaid R K., A. Arangsamy., T. Talluri., S.Ravi., B.C. Bera., T. Anand., T. Riyesh., N. Virmani., P. Malik and R.K Singh. Microbial quality of fresh and frozen equine semen of Indian horses. Vet. Practitioner, 13 (2): 336-342.
  71. Vaid RK, Shanmugasundaram K, Boora A, Riyesh T, Bera BC, Shukla BN, Anand T, Virmani N, Barua S, Rana N, Singh KP, Malik P and Singh RK. 2012. Sporadic outbreak of Haemorrhagic Septicaemia in buffalocalves in an organized farm. Veterinary Practitioner 13(2):326-329.
  72. Yash Pal, Dedar RK, Ravi SK, Legha RA, Gupta AK and Singh RK. 2013. Effect of dietary antioxidant supplementation on fresh semen quality in indigenous jacks. Indian Vet J. 90 (3): 135-136.
  73. Balamurugan, B.; Sarvanan, P.; Sen, A.; Rajak, K.K.; Venkatesan, G.; Krishnamoorthy, P.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Prevalence of peste des petits ruminants among sheep and goats in India. J. Vet. Sci. 13(3): 279-285 (http://dx.doi.org/10.4142/jvs.2012.13.2.1).
  74. Balamurugan , B.; Sen, A.; Venkatesan, G.; Bhanot, V.; Yadav, V.; Bhanuprakash, V. Singh, R. K. (2012). Peste des petits ruminants virus detected in tissues from an Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica) belongs to Asian lineage IV. J. Vet. Sci. 13(2): 203-206 (http://dx.doi.org/10.4142/jvs.2012.13.2.1).
  75. Balamurugan, V.; Sen, A.; Venkatesan, G.; Raja, K. K.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Study on passive immunity: Time of vaccination in kids born to goats vaccinated against Peste des petits ruminants. Virol. Sin. 27(4): 228-233 (DOI: 10.1007/s12250-012-3249-6).
  76. Balamurugan, V.; Sen, A.; Venkatesan, G.; Yadav, Vinita, Yadav, Vandna; Bhanuprakash, V.; Singh, R. K. (2012). A rapid and sensitive one step-SYBR green based semi quantitative real time RT-PCR for the detection of peste des petits ruminants virus in the clinical samples. Viirol. Sin. 27(1): 1-9 (DOI: 10.1007/s12250-012-3219-z).
  77. Bhanuprakash, V.; Hosamani, M.; Balamurugan, V.; Gandhale, P. N.; Venkatesan, G.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Production and characterization of Monoclonal antibodies to bluetongue virus. Virol. Sin. 26(1): 8-18.
  78. Jagtap, S. P.; Rajak, K. K.; Garg, U. K.; Sen, A.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Sudhakar, S. B.; Balamurugan, V.; Patel, A.; Ahuja, A.; Singh, R. K.; Vanmayya, P. R. (2012). Effect of immunosuppression on pathogenesis of peste des petits ruminants (PPR) virus in infection in goats. Microbial Pathogenesis 52: 217-226 (doi10.1016/j.micpath.2012.01.003).
  79. Nagarajan, G.; Swami, S.K.; Ghorui, S.K.; Pathak, K.M.L.; Singh, R.K. ; Patil, N.V. (2012). Cloning and sequence analysis of IL-2, IL-4 and IFN-c from Indian Dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius). Res. Vet. Sci. 92: 420-426 (doi:10.1016/j.rvsc.2011.03.028).
  80. Patel, A.; Rajak, K. K.; Balamurugan, V.; Sen, A.; Sudhakar, S. B.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Singh, R. K.; Pandey, A. B. (2012). Cytokines expression profile and kinetics of peste des petits ruminants virus antigen and antibody in infected and vaccinated goats. Virologica Sinica 27(4): 265-271 (DOI 10.1007?s12250-012-3240-2).
  81. Sannat,C.; Sen, A.; Singh, R. K.; Chandel, B. S.; Chauhan, H. C. (2012). Detection of PPR Virus Neutralizing Antibody by Serum Neutralization Test. Indian Vet. J. 89(6): 117-118.
  82. Shaba P., Pandey N. N., Sharma O. P., Rao J. R. and Singh R. K. (2012). Therapeutic Effects of Zanthoxylum Alatum Leaves and Eugenia Caryophyllata Buds (Fruits) Against Trypanosoma evansi. J. Vet. Adv. 2(2): 91-97.
  83. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N. N.; Sharma, O. P., Rao, J. R.; Singh R. K. (2012). Anti-trypanosomal Activity of Piper Nigrum L (Black pepper) against Trypanosoma evansi. J. Vet. Adv. 2(4): 161-167.
  84. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N. N.; Sharma, O. P.; Rao J. R.; Singh. R. K. (2012). Preliminary Studies of Trypanocidal Activity of Embilica officinalis fruits (Syn: Phyllantus Emblica). J. Vet. Adv. 2(5): 248-253.
  85. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N. N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J. R.; Mishra, A. K.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Therapeutic activity of methanolic extract of Eupatorium adenophorum leaves against Trypanosoma evansi. International J. Basic & Applied Medical Sciences 2(1): 77-82.
  86. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N. N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J. R.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Antitrypanosoaml effects of Brassica Oleracea (cabbage) fruits and leaves. J. Vet. Adv. 2(7): 304-311.
  87. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N. N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J. R.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Trypanosoaml activity of comapartive extractions of Embilical officinalis (Syn: Phyllantus) fruits with solvent of different polarities. J. Vet. Advances 2(10): 524-530.
  88. Shaba, P.; Pandey, N. N.; Sharma, O.P.; Rao, J. R.; Singh, R. K. (2012). In Vitro antitrypanosomal evaluation of Picrorhiza kurroa rhizomes. International Res. J. Pharmacy 3(7): 205-208.
  89. Venkatesan, G.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Balamurugan, V.; Singh, R. K.; Pandey, A. B. (2012). Development of loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay for specific and rapid detection of camelpox virus in clinical samples. J. Virol. Methods 183 (1): 34-39.
  90. Manuja A, Manuja BK, Kataria RS, Sethi RK and Singh RK. 2013. Comparative Analysis of Molecular Structure, Function and Expression of Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) Toll-Like Receptor 9, Journal of Buffalo Science 2(2): 63-71 (DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.6000/1927-520X.2013.02.02.2.
  91. Bera, B. C.; Virmani, N.; Shanmugasundaram, K.; Vaid, R. K.; Singh, B. K.; Gulati, B. R.; Anand, T.; Barua, S.; Malik, P.; Singh, R. K. (2013). Genetic Analysis of the Neuraminidase (NA) Gene of Equine Influenza Virus (H3N8) from Epizootic of 2008–2009 in India. Indian J. Virol. (DOI 10.1007/s13337-013-0137-0).
  92. Yash Pal; Dedar, R. K.; Ravi, S. K.; Legha, R. A.; Gupta, A. K.; Singh, R. K. (2013). Effect of dietary antioxidant supplementation on fresh semen quality in indigenous jacks. Indian Vet. J. 90(3): 135-136.
  93. Anand, T.; Bera, B. C.; Shanmugasundaram, K.; Sharma, Gautam; Virmani, N.; Shukla, B. N.; Bansal, M.; Riyesh, T.; Barua, S.; Malik, P. Singh, R. K. (2013). Molecular characterization of virulence-associated protein (vap) family genes of pathogenic isolates from clinical cases of Indian equines. Indian J. Biotechnol. (accepted).
  94. Singha, H.; Malik, P.; Goyal, S. K.; Khurana, S. K.; Mukhopadhyay, C.; Eshwara, V. K.; Singh, R. K. (2014). Optimization and Validation of Indirect ELISA Using Truncated TssB Protein for the Serodiagnosis of Glanders amongst Equines. The Scientific World Journal Volume 2014, Article ID 469407, 6 pages; DoI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/469407.
  95. Chakravarti, S.; Biswas, S.; Mohapatra, J. K.; Sharma, K.; Vaid, N.; Rajak, K. K.; Singh, R. K.; Mondal, B.; Malik, Y.P.S. (2014). Sequence, Phylogenetic and Homology Analysis of Toll-Like Receptor Gene TLR7 in Bos indicus from High Altitude Areas of Uttarakhand State, India. Agric. Res. 3(1): 92-96.
  96. Balamurugan, V.; Sen, A.; Venkatesan, G.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Singh; R. K. (2014). Protective immune response of live attenuated thermo-adapted peste des petits ruminants vaccine in goats. VirusDis. DOI: 10.1007/s13337-014-0208-x.
  97. Ravi Kumar, Rajak, K.K.; Chandra, T.; Thapliyal, A.; Muthuchelvan, D.; Sudhakar, S.; Sharma, K.; Saxena, A.; Raut, S.; Singh, V.; Ahmad, Z.; Yadav, A.; Chaudhary, D.; Singh, R. K.; Pandey, A. B. (2014). Whole Genome Sequence of Classical Swine Fever Virus isolated from the Uttarakhand state of India". GenomeA00371-14.
  98. Sen, A.; Saravanan, P.; Balamurugan, V.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Venkatesan, G.; Sarkar, J.; Rajak, K. K.; Ahuja, A.; Yadav, V.; Sudhakar, V. B.; Parida, S.; Singh, R. K. (2014). Detection of subclinical peste des petits ruminants virus infection 3 in experimental cattle. VirusDis DOI 10.1007/s13337-014-0213-0.

Reviews

  1. Singh, Preeti; Kumar, Satish; Srivastava, S.; Garg, Sanjay, Singh, V.P.; Bhatnagar, S.K. and Singh, R.K. (2008). GIS and Remote Sensing in Agriculture. Vegetos 21(1): 11-27.
  2. Bhanuprakash, V.; Indrani, B.K.; Hosamani, M.; Balamurugan, V. and Singh, R.K. (2009). Bluetongue Vaccines: The Past, Present and Future. Expert Rev. Vaccines 8(2): 191-204.
  3. Arnab Sen, V. Balamurugan, K. K. Rajak, S. Chakraborty, V. Bhanuprakash and R. K. Singh (2009) Role of Heavy Water in biological sciences with an emphasis on thermostabilization of vaccines. Expert Rev. Vaccines 8(11): 2009.
  4. Singh, R. K., Balamurugan, V., Bhanuprakash, V., Sen, A., Saravanan, P., Yadav, M. P. (2009). Possible control and eradication of peste des petits ruminants from India: Technical aspects. Vet. Italiana 45(3): 449-462.
  5. Hosamani, Scagliarini, A.; Bhanuprakash, V.; McInnes, C.J. and Singh, R.K. (2009). Orf: An update on current research and future perspectives. Exprt Rev. Anti Infect. Ther. 7(7): 879-893.
  6. Bhanuprakash V, Prabhu M, Venkatesan G, Balamurugan V, Hosamani M, Pathak KM, Singh RK. (2010). Camelpox: epidemiology, diagnosis and control measures. Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther. 8(10): 1187-201.
  7. Balamurugan V, Venkatesan G, Sen A, Annamalai L, Bhanuprakash V, Singh RK. (2010). Recombinant protein-based viral disease diagnostics in veterinary medicine. Expert Rev Mol Diagn. 10(6): 731-53.
  8. Sen, A.; Saravanan, P.; Balamurugan, V.; Rajak, K.K.; Sudhakar, S.B.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Parida, S.; Singh, R.K. (2010). Vaccines against peste des petits ruminants virus. Expert Rev. Vaccines 9(7): 785–796.
  9. Venkatesan, G.; Balamurugan, V., Gandhale, P.N.; Singh, R.K., Bhanuprakash, V. (2010). Viral Zoonosis: A comprehensive Review. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv. (ISSN 1683-9919): 1-16.
  10. Saravanan P, Sen A, Balamurugan V, Rajak KK, Bhanuprakash V, Palaniswami KS, Nachimuthu K, Thangavelu A, Dhinakarraj G, Hegde R, Singh RK. (2010). Comparative efficacy of peste des petits ruminants (PPR) vaccines. Biologicals 38(4):479-485.
  11. Manuja, A.; Kumar, B.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Nanotechnology Developments: Opportunities for Animal Health and Production. Nanotechnology Development vol 2e4: 17-25 (doi: 10.4081/.nd.2012.e4).
  12. Yadav, P.S.; Singh, B.; Singh, R.K. (2011). Fetal Stem Cells in Farm Animals –Applications in Health and Production. Agricultural Research (DOI 10.1007/s40003-011-0001-7).
  13. Singh RK, Malik P and Singha H. 2012. Glanders: Re-emerging zoonosis in India. Indian Journal of Veterinary Public Health. 2&3:1-8.
  14. Bhanuprakash, V.; Hosamani, M.; Venkatesan, G.; Balamurugan, V.; Yogosharadhya, R.; Singh, R. K. (2012). Animal Poxvirus Vaccines: A comprehensive Review. Expert Rev.Vaccines 11(11): 1355-1374.
  15. Singh, R K, Malik, Praveen and Singha H. 2012. Glanders: Re-emerging zoonosis in India. Indian Journal of Veterinary Public Health. 2&3: 1-8.
  16. Ravi, S.K. ; Yadav, P.S. ; Singh, R.K. ; Talluri,T. R.; Yashpal, Arangasamy, A.; Singh, J.; Sharma, R. C.; Kumari, S. (2013). An Overview on Reproductive Disorders in Indigenous Female Equids. J. Animal Res. 3(2): 245-259.
  17. Manuja, B. K.; Manuja, A.; Singh, R. K. (2014). Globalization and Livestock Biosecurity. Agric. Res. 3(1): 22-31.
  18. Pal, M.; Singh, R. K.; Hazarika, R. A. (2014). West Nile Fever - An Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Viral Metazoonosis. Intl J. Livestock Res. 4(1): 1-9 [ISSN 2277-1964 ONLINE, Jan. 2014].
  19. Books

  20. Animal Health and Production (2012). Eds: A. Sahoo and R. K. Singh; Satish Serial Publishing House, Delhi; pages 329 (ISBN 978-93-81226-41-4)

A. Chapters in Book

  1. Singh, R.K. and Sen, A. (2010). Applications of heavy water in life sciences. In: Non-nuclear Applications of Heavy Water and Deuterium; Eds (Bhaskaran, M.; Vitha, G.K.; Ramanathan, A.V.; Nageshri, J.; Dubey, B.P.; Verma, A.; Sivap[rasad, N.]; Publishers: Mcmillan Publishers India Limited, New Delhi; pp 29-41.
  2. Sen, A.; Rajak, K.K.; Balamurugan, V.; Bhanuprakash, V.; Yadav, Vinita, Chakravarty, S.; Sudhakar, S.B.; Bisht, S.; Ahuja, A.; Singh, R.K. (2010). Application of deuterium in stabilization of a live attenuated veterinary viral vaccine against peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in goats. In: Non-nuclear Applications of Heavy Water and Deuterium; Eds (Bhaskaran, M.; Vitha, G.K.; Ramanathan, A.V.; Nageshri, J.; Dubey, B.P.; Verma, A.; Sivap[rasad, N.]; Publishers: Mcmillan Publishers India Limited, New Delhi; pp 51-70.
  3. Srivastava, S.; Sonal; Kumar, S.; Singh, R.K. (2010). Nanodiagnostics: Revolutionizing disease diagnosis in the 21st century. In: Applied Aspects of Biotechnology (Eds: Srivastava, S,; Sonal; Kumar, S), Publishers : Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar-243 122, India; pp 1-14.
  4. Srivastava, S.; Sonal; Kumar, S.; Singh, R.K. (2010). Development of usewr-freindly methods for rapid, on-farm diagnosis of animal diseases. In: Applied Aspects of Biotechnology (Eds: Srivastava, S,; Sonal; Kumar, S), Publishers : Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar-243 122, India; pp 66-76.
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