Dr. Vinod  Kumar Singh

Dr. Vinod Kumar Singh

Assistant Professor
Veterinary University, India


Highest Degree
M.V.Sc. in Veterinary Virology from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India

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Biography

Mr. Vinod Kumar Singh is currently working as Assistant Professor at Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Immunology, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Veterinary University, India. He has completed his M.V.Sc. in Veterinary Virology from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India. His main area of interest focuses on Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Molecular Sciences, and Microbiology. His area of expertise includes Viral Disease, Bacteria Isolation and identification, Nucleic acid Based Test, Diagnosis, Drug Resistance, Bioinformatics, Vaccines, Immunological Assay, Phylogenetic Analysis, Molecular Epidemiology, Cell Culture, and Vaccine Development. He has published 4 research articles in journals, 2 invited lectures and 2 edited compendiums contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Molecular Epidemiology
62%
Antimicrobial Resistance
90%
Animal Husbandry
75%
Animal Virology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Yadav, R., A. Kumar, V.K. Singh and S.K. Yadav, 2018. Prevalence and antibiotyping of Staphylococcus aureus and methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) in domestic animals in India. J. Global Antimicrob. Resistance, 15: 222-225.
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  2. Yadav, R., A. Kumar, V. Singh, J. Singh and S.K. Yadav, 2018. Molecular determination of methicillin resistance mecA and virulence coa genes in Staphylococcus aureus from pyogenic clinical cases of companion animals in India. Turk. J. Vet. Anim. Sci., 42: 371-375.
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  3. Singh, V.K., R. Kumar, A. Kumar and S.K. Yadav, 2018. Microbiology and histo-pathology of mandibulofacial abscess in a BALB/c mouse. Applied Biol. Res., 20: 218-220.
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  4. Singh, V.K., R. Kumar, A. Kumar and S.K. Yadav, 2018. Concurrent mithicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Candida ocular infection in a BALB/c mouse. Indian J. Lab. Anim. Sci., 5: 9-11.

  5. Singh, V.K., K.K. Rajak, A. Kumar and S.K. Yadav, 2018. Classical swine fever in India: Current status and future perspective. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 50: 1181-1191.
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  6. Singh, V.K., A. Kumar and S.K. Yadav, 2018. Phylogenetic analysis on 16S ribosomal DNA of Pseudomonas strains from clinical cases of animals. Prog. Res-Int. J., 13: 92-95.

  7. Chaudhary, A.K., V.K. Singh, M.K. Srivastava, A. Parashar, A. Upadhyay and S.K. Chaudhary, 2018. A report on clinical mastitis associated with pseudopregnancy in a Great Dane bitch. Applied Biol. Res., 20: 215-217.
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  8. Singh, V.P., V. Pathak, A. Kumar and V.K. Singh, 2017. Protein profile of meat produced by aseel, Kadaknath and Vanraja indigenous chickens. Int. J. Livestock Res., 7: 64-70.
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  9. Singh, V.K., K.K. Rajak, R. Kumar, S.D. Raut and A. Saxena et al., 2017. Changing pattern of classical swine fever virus genogroup from classical 1.1 to emerging 2.2 in India. VirusDisease. 10.1007/s13337-017-0368-6.
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  10. Singh, V.K., K.K. Rajak, R. Kumar, S.D. Raut and A. Saxena et al., 2017. Changing pattern of classical swine fever virus genogroup from classical 1.1 to emerging 2.2 in India. VirusDisease, 28: 174-181.
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  11. Singh, V.K., A. Kumar, Jayshree and S.K. Yadav, 2017. Prevalence and antibiogram of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates in clinical samples of companion animals. Indian J. Comparative Microbiol. Immunol. Inf. Dis., 38: 37-42.
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  12. Singh, V.K. and K.K. Rajak, 2017. Phylogenetic analysis of Classical swine fever virus from archival formalin fixed clinical tissues reveals vietnamese origin of the isolates. VirusDisease, 28: 121-125.
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  13. Yadav, R., V.K. Singh, A. Kumar and S.K. Yadav, 2016. Characterisation of Antibiogram and Some Virulence Attributes in Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) of Canine Origin. Indian J. Comp. Microbiol. Immunol. Infect. Dis., 37: 92-97.
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  14. Singh, V.K., A. Kumar and S.K. Yadav, 2016. Antimicrobial susceptibility profiling of milk samples from bovine clinical mastitis. Int. J. Med. Microbiol. Trop. Dis., 2: 52-55.
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  15. Singh, V.K. and R. Kumar, 2016. Introduction to classical swine fever: Disease, transmission and control. Bhartiya Krishi Anushandhan Patrika, 31: 145-149.
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  16. Jayshree, V.K. Singh, A. Kumar and S.K. Yadav, 2016. Prevalence of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) at tertiary care hospital of Mathura, India. Prog. Res.-Int. J., 11: 5495-5498.

  17. Gupta, V. and V.K. Singh, 2016. Canine parvovirus-2: an insight into molecular diagnosis and characterization methods. Int. J. Med. Microbiol. Trop. Dis., 2: 84-89.
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  18. Singh, V.K., S. Bhadouriya, R. Kumar and K.K. Rajak, 2015. Comparison of three methods of RNA isolation from tissues for the molecular detection of Classical swine fever virus. Indian J. Comp. Microbiol. Immunol. Infect. Dis., 36: 71-75.
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  19. Raut, S.D., K.K. Rajak, R. Kumar, V.K. Singh and A. Saxena et al., 2015. Characterization of cytopathogenicity of classical swine fever virus isolate induced by Newcastle disease virus. VirusDisease, 26: 70-76.
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  20. Gangwar, N.K., R. Kumar, D.K. Giri and V.K. Singh, 2015. Histopathological and serum biochemical stuies on baby chick nepharopathy outbreak on a poultry farm. Indian J. Comput. Microbiol. Immunol. Infect. Dis., 36: 46-48.

  21. Singh, Y., K. Yadav, V.K. Singh and R. Kumar, 2014. Molecular diagnosis and adaptation of highly virulent infectious bursal disease virus on chicken embryo fibroblast cell. Vet. World, 7: 351-355.
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  22. Kumar, R., K.K. Rajak, T. Chandra, A. Thapliyal and D. Muthuchelvan et al., 2014. Whole-genome sequence of a classical swine fever virus isolated from the Uttarakhand state of India. Genome Announcements, Vol. 2. 10.1128/genomeA.00371-14.
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