Dr. Deepak   Sumbria

Dr. Deepak Sumbria

Teaching Associate
Post-graduate Institute of Veterinary Education and Research, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Veterinary Parasitology from Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, India

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Veterinary Parasitology
62%
Tropical Medicine
90%
Vaccines
75%
Immunology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla, A. Sharma, M.S. Bal and C.S. Randhawa, 2017. Molecular survey in relation to risk factors and haemato-biochemical alteration in Theileria equi infection of equines in Punjab Province, India. Vet. Parasitology: Reg. Stud. Rep., 8: 43-50.
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  2. Sumbria, D. and L.D. Singla, 2017. Thwack of worldwide weather transformation on vector and vector-borne parasitic infections. ARC J. Anim. Vet. Sci., 3: 1-10.
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  3. Singla, L.D., D. Sumbria, A. Mandhotra, M.S. Bal and P. Kaur, 2017. Investigation of the 18s RRNA gene sequence of Hepatozoon canis detected in Indian dogs. Malaysian J. Vet. Res., 8: 51-56.
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  4. Diallo, T., L.D. Singla, D. Sumbria, P. Kaur and M.S. Bal, 2017. Conventional and molecular diagnosis of haemo-protozoan infectionsin cattle and equids from Republic of Guinea and India. Indian J. Anim. Res. .
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  5. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla, S. Kumar, A. Sharma, R.K. Dahiya and R. Setia, 2016. Spatial distribution, risk factors and haemato-biochemical alterations associated with Theileria equi infected equids of Punjab (India) diagnosed by indirect ELISA and nested PCR. Acta Tropica, 155: 104-112.
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  6. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla, A. Sharma, S. Kumar and M.S. Bal, 2016. Comparative sensitivity and specificity of polymerase chain reaction assays for the detection of Theileria equi coupled with three DNA template extraction methods. J. Equine Vet. Sci., 38: 87-93.
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  7. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla, A. Sharma and P. Kaur, 2016. Detection of Theileria species infecting equine population in Punjab by 18s rRNA PCR. Indian J. Anim. Res., 50: 218-223.

  8. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla and S.K. Gupta, 2016. Arthropod invaders pedestal threats to public vigor: An overview. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 11: 213-225.
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  9. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla and A. Sharma, 2016. Theileria equi and Babesia caballi infection of equids in Punjab, India: A serological and molecular survey. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 48: 45-52.
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  10. Sumbria, D., K. Kshatriya and D.D. Sharma, 2016. Clinical Textbook for Budding Veterinary Parasitologists. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany., ISBN: 978-3659945922, Pages: 132..
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  11. Sumbria, D. and L.D. Singla, 2016. Immunodiagnosis tools for parasitic diseases. J. Microbial Biochem. Technol., Vol.8.No. 6. .

  12. Singla, L.D., D. Sumbria, A. Mandhotra, M.S. Bal and P. Kaur, 2016. Critical analysis of vector-borne infections in dogs: Babesia vogeli, Babesia gibsoni, Ehrlichia canis and Hepatozoon canis in Punjab, India. Acta Parasitologica, 61: 697-706.
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  13. Singla, L.D. and D. Sumbria, 2016. Human atypical trypanosomosis in Indian subcontinent. Veterinaria, 4: 7-10.
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  14. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla, A. Sharma, M.S. Bal and S. Kumar, 2015. Multiplex PCR for detection of Trypanosoma evansi and Theileria equi in equids of Punjab, India. Vet. Parasitol., 211: 293-299.
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  15. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla, A. Mandhotra and C.S. Randhawa, 2015. Molecular detection and treatment of equine piroplasmosis. Philippine J. Vet. Med., 52: 131-136.
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  16. Sumbria, D. and L.D. Singla, 2015. Recent diagnostic and control approaches in equine piroplasmosis. Veterinaria, 2: 1-6.
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  17. Sumbria, D. and L.D. Singla, 2015. Mammalian parasitic vaccine: A consolidated exposition. J. Vaccines Immun., 1: 50-59.
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  18. Sumbria, D., L.D. Singla, A. Sharma, A.D. Moudgil and M.S. Bal, 2014. Equine trypanosomosis in central and Western Punjab: Prevalence, haemato-biochemical response and associated risk factors. Acta Trop., 138: 44-50.
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  19. Sumbria, D., A.D. Moudgil and L.D. Singla, 2014. Equine piroplasmosis: Current status. Veterinaria, 2: 9-14.
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  20. Sanyal, P.K., D. Sumbria, S. Pal and S.C. Mandal, 2012. Factors affecting growth of a new isolate of egg parasitic fungus Pochonia suchlasporia on in vitro culture media. J. Vet. Parasitol., 26: 99-103.
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  21. Bukhari, S., P.K. Sanyal, D. Sumbria, S. Pal and S.C. Mandal, 2012. Strain improvement of predacious fungi: In vitro screening of mutant strains for heavy metal tolerance. J. Vet. Parasitol., 26: 1-6.
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  22. Bukhari, S., P.K. Sanyal, D. Sumbria, S. Pal and S.C. Mandal, 2012. Strain improvement of predacious fungi: In vitro screening of mutant strains for benzimidazole tolerance. J. Vet. Parasitol., 26: 7-12.
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  23. Sumbria, D., P.K. Sanyal, S. Bukhari, S. Pal and S.C. Mandal, 2011. Studies on strain improvement of predacious fungi: Generation of mutant strains by random mutagenesis. J. Vet. Parasitol., 25: 30-33.
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  24. Sumbria, D., P.K. Sanyal, S. Bukhari, S. Pal and S.C. Mandal, 2011. Studies on strain improvement of predacious fungi: In vitro screening of mutant strains. J. Vet. Parasitol., 25: 34-38.
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  25. Sumbria, D. and P.K. Sanyal, 2009. Exploiting nutrition-parasite interaction for sustainable control of gastrointestinal nematodosis in sheep. Vet. Scan, 4: 10-16.
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