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Sub clinical mastitis (SCM) is one of the most underrated diseases of economic importance in dairy cattle and buffaloes as no obvious changes in udder or milk occur. Various assays are available for the detection of SCM. A hand-held conductivity meter has been designed at TRPVB to detect SCM based on changes in electrical conductivity (EC) milk samples. In the p...

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Ketosis is a common metabolic disorder of dairy cows that occurs mainly due to negative energy balance. The prevalence of ketosis is very high in the early lactation period and it occurs even in best-managed farms. In order to have constant monitoring to manage the condition, a low-cost cow-side test is needed. Such a diagnostic kit, KetoQuant that detects β-hyd...

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Mastitis is one of the most economically significant diseases affecting profitability of the dairy farmer. A unique formulation named Teat Protect made up of a thick polymer base with polyherbals was developed for use as a protective spray to prevent mastitis. This formulation is biodegradable, made up of food-grade materials that form a protective covering on t...

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Dirofilaria immitis also known as heartworm, is a parasitic roundworm which causes canine dirofilariasis. Canine dirofilariasis is evolving as a potential zoonotic disease. Traditionally, diagnosis relied exclusively on the detection of microfilariae in the blood. However, this method proved inadequate since a significant percentage of animals harbour occult inf...

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A total population of community dogs 17.13 million has been reported all over the Indian states which act as a major source of infections for zoonotic diseases like rabies in humans and owned dogs. Failure of existing surgical sterilization method leads to development of anti-fertility vaccines as a new strategic method to control community dog population. In th...

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Evan’s syndrome is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system produces antibodies against self RBCs or platelets. Affected dogs exhibit haemolytic anaemia and / or thrombocytopenia. Early detection of this condition and differentiation from parasitic-induced anaemia is critical for better prognosis following treatment. Flow cytometry was applied for diagn...

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Beta-casein (CSN2) constitutes up to 45% of the casein of bovine milk. Among the 12 known genetic variants of β-casein gene, the most common forms of β-casein in dairy cattle breeds are A1 and A2 β-casein variants. The present study aims to study the β-casein genotypes of the milk samples (506) that were received at TRPVB facility from various organized farms of...

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Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
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The extensive and indiscriminate use of anthelmintics for control of gastrointestinal nematodes (GIN) in small ruminants had resulted in emergence of anthelmintic resistant nematodes throughout the world (Waller 1994) and has become a major practical problem (Taylor et al. 2002). in lndia, among the various GIN, the development of resistance strains of ...

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Examination of ectoparasites of bats collected from Agasthiyamalai biosphere reserve of Western Ghats of Tamilnadu revealed the occurrence of winged fly Strebla vespertilionis, wingless fly Nycteribia pedicularia and a mite Chiroptonyssus robustipes in the tropical fruit bats Pteropus giganteus.

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Occurrence of a spirurid round worm on necropsy of wild elephant calf in Mudumalai wild life sanctuary revealed ulcers in stomach and round worms identified as Parabranema smithi. The round worms had characteristic six horse- shoe shaped cephalic cordons.

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Canine vector-borne diseases pose a major health problem in dogs globally. A door-step diagnostic service for diagnosis of canine haemoprotozoan diseases by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was launched in collaboration with the Translational Research Platform for Veterinary Biologicals (TRPVB). The aim of this service was to provide door-step diagnosis to practi...

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Cloud Publications

Coccidiosis is an intestinal disease of chickens caused by more than six species of the protozoan parasites of the Genus Eimeria and has a major economic impact on the poultry industry throughout the world. Various studies revealed that the diversity of the parasites results in the pathogenicity and in the host pathogen relationship. So, in the present study we ana...

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