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Scientist Profile

Dr. DEEPAK KUMAR
B.V.Sc. & AH, M.V.Sc,, Ph.D
Scientist,
Veterinary Biotechnology Division,

Telephone: NA
Mobile No.: 9412510662

Field of Specialization Animal Biotechnology Total Research Papers 12
No. Patents Granted / Filed Total No. of Book / Manual 4
No. of M.V.Sc. Student Guided 0 No. of PhD Student Guided 0
Present Number of M.V.Sc. Student 0 Present Numberof PhD Student 0

Top 10 Research Papers

  • Pathania, S., Kumar, P., Devi, L.G., Kumar, D., Dhama, K. and R., Somvanshi, (2011). Preliminary assessment of binary ethylenimine inactivated and saponized cutaneous warts (BPV- 2) therapeutic vaccine for enzootic bovine haematuria in hill cows. Vaccine, PMID: 21803104 29(43): 7296-7302 Naas impact factor (8.2), International Impact factor (3.572).
  • Dhama, K., Mahendran, M., Tiwari, R., Singh, S.D., Kumar, D. and S. Singh, (2011). Tuberculosis in birds: Insights into the Mycobacterium avium infections. Veterinary Medicine doi:10.4061/2011/712369, 1-14.
  • Kumar, D., Tiwari, A.K. and S., Kumar, (2010). Elucidation of Apoptotic Pathways in Infected Broiler Chickens induced by Infectious Bursal Disease Virus. World’s Poultry Science Journal, 66: 835, Supplement ISSN Number: 0043-9393 Naas impact factor (7.6), International Impact Factor (1.613).
  • Kumar, D., Tiwari, A.K., Dhama, K., Bhatt, P., Srivatava, S. and S., Kumar, (2011).Time Course of apoptosis induced by Infectious Bursal Disease Virus in Chicken Embryo Fibroblast cells. Veterinary Practitioner, 12(1): 1-8. Naas impact factor (6.4).
  • Kumar, D., Dhama, K., Khare, V.M., Sharma, M.C. and S. Kumar, (2011). Infectious Bursal Disease virus mobilizes the apoptotic machinery to invade chicken embryonic fibroblast cells. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 35(1): 91-94 Naas impact factor (4.6)
  • Deepak Kumar, Kuldeep Dhama, Viswa Mohini Khare, Mahesh Chandra Sharma, Neeta Agrawal and Satish Kumar (2011) Infectious bursal disease virus Im+ strain mobilizes the apoptotic machinery to invade chicken embryonic fibroblast cells in in-vitro culture. Accepted for poster presentation in Third International Conference on Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries (SAADC 2011), Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand July, 24-29, 2011
  • Kumar, D., Prakash, A., Kumar, S., Sharma, M.C. and Malik, J.K. (2011) Experimental exposure of endosulfan upregulated Caspase-3 and NF-kB and suppress anti-apoptogenic and few apoptogenic gene expression in IBD infected birds. Poster presented as an invited speaker in, 9th Asia Pacific Poultry Conference, held at Taipei International Convention Centre Taipei, Taiwan, March 20-23. PP 324.
  • Kumar, D., Tiwari, A.K., and Kumar, S. (2010) Elucidation of Apoptotic Pathways in Infected Broiler Chickens induced by Infectious Bursal Disease, Poster presented in international conference XIIIth European poultry Conference held at Tours, France, August 23-27. PP 835.

Awards

  • DBT, CREST Award, 2011-12
  • ICMR, Travel Grant, 2011
  • DST Travel Grant, 2011
  • Houghton Trust Travel Grant, 2010
  • Department of Biotechnology, Travel grant, 2010
  • Joint CSIR-UGC Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Eligibility for Lectureship-National Eligibility Test (NET) 2007, 2004, 2003.
  • Indian Council of Agricultural Research NET in Animal Biotechnology 2005.
  • Indian Veterinary Research Institute Senior Research Fellowship for Animal Biotechnology 2003.
  • Indian Veterinary Research Institute Junior Research Fellowship for Animal Biotechnology 2001
  • Throughout state bank of India merit scholarship holder.

Membership

  • Associate Member Institute on Nanotechnology
  • Life Member Society for Experimental Biology, SEB, Charles Darwin House, 12, Roger Street, London WC1N 2JU
  • Life Member of Paratuberculosis Awareness and Research Association, Temple Terrace, Florida, USA Paratuberculosis Awareness & Research Association, P.O. Box 16219, Temple Terrace, Florida 33687-6219, USA
  • Life Member of European Federation of Biotechnology
  • Life Member of Biotechnology Ireland

Ongoing Projects

  • Development of recombinant protein based penside diagnostic kit for avian reovirus infection
  • Development of Recombinant protein based penside diagnostic kit for avian reovirus infection (RGYI)
  • Standardization of multiplex LAMP test for differential diagnosis of Brucella meletensis and Salmonella spp