Dr. Yashpal Singh Malik

Dr. Yashpal Singh Malik

ICAR-National Fellow & Principal Scientist
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India


Highest Degree
PostDoc. in Molecular Biology from University of Minnesota, USA

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Biography

Dr. Yashpal Singh Malik, presently working as “ICAR National Fellow” at the premier Veterinary Institute of the country-Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar, India. His major research achievements include contributions in viral disease epidemiology, virus-host interactions, microbial biodiversity, characterization, and diagnosis. Currently, he is working on the development of new generation immunodiagnostics using synthetic and recombinant DNA technology. He acquired advanced training in Molecular Virology from University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, USA and Division of Virology, Ontario Research Institute, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is a recipient of several prestigious National, State and Academy awards/ honors including ICAR Jawaharlal Nehru Award (2001); Young Scientist Award of the Association of Microbiologists of India (2000), Uttarakhand Council of Science and Technology (2010). He is the active member of noted scientific and professional societies of international and national repute. He has been bestowed with several honors in the form of distinguished Associateships/ Membership viz. Associateship of National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (2010), Membership-National Academy of Veterinary Sciences (2010); CSIR- Senior Research Fellowship (1997-2000), ICAR- Junior Research Fellowship (1995-1997); Academic Merit Scholarship in bachelor’s degree (1990-1995). He is elected Fellow of the Indian Virological Society, Indian Association of Veterinary Public Health Specialists, Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology, and National Academy of Biological Sciences. He is a member International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) on the Birnaviridae and Picobirnaviridae study group. Over the years, he has developed several technologies and diagnostic kits and also has filed two National patents. He has authored 5 books and contributed 17 book chapters. He has published 181 scientific research articles, Popular/Technical Articles/Reviews in peer-reviewed National/ International journals of high impact factor. Dr. Malik has been the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Immunology Immunopathology and has edited special issues of Springer’s journal VirusDisease on “Enteric Viral infections in Humans and Animals”, Bentham’s journal, The Open Virology Journal, special issue on “Emerging and Zoonotic Virus Challenges of Developing Nations”, “Therapeutic Advances and their Biomedical Perspectives” a special issue for Journal of Current Drug Metabolism, and “Biomedical perspectives of advances in disease diagnosis and therapeutics (BPADDT)” a special issue edited for Journal of Experimental Biology and Agricultural Sciences.

Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
100%
Molecular Biology
62%
Microbiology
90%
Molecular Epidemiology
75%
Biotechnology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Yashpal S. Malik and S. Ghosh, 2020. Etymologia: Picobirnavirus. Emerg. Inf. Dis., 26: 89-89.
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  2. VinodhKumar, O. R., S. Sircar, B. S. Pruthvishree, K. R. Nirupama, B. R. Singh, D. K. Sinha, Ramkumar Rupner, A. Karthikeyan, R. Karthikeyan, Z. B. Dubal and Y. S. Malik, 2020. Cross-sectional study on rotavirus A (RVA) infection and assessment of risk factors in pre- and post-weaning piglets in India. Trop. Anim. Heal. Prod., 52: 445-452.
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  3. Tiwari, R., K. Dhama, K. Sharun, M.I. Yatoo, Y.S. Malik, R. Singh, I. Michalak, R. Sah, D.K. Bonilla-Aldana and A.J. Rodriguez-Morales, 2020. COVID-19: animals, veterinary and zoonotic links. Vet. Quart., 40: 169-182.
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  4. Singh, S., R. Singh, K.P. Singh, V. Singh, Y.P.S. Malik, B. Kamdi, R. Singh and G. Kashyap, 2020. Immunohistochemical and molecular detection of natural cases of bovine rotavirus and coronavirus infection causing enteritis in dairy calves. Microbial Pathogenesis, 138: 103814-103814.
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  5. Sah, R., A. Khatri, R. Kharel, H. Kc, A.A. Rabaan, R. Tiwari, K. Dhama, Y.S. Malik, S. Donovan, A.J. Rodriguez-Morales, V. Muigg and A. Neumayr, 2020. Case report: Management of dead intraocular helminth parasites in asymptomatic patients. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hygiene, 10.4269/ajtmh.20-0218.
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  6. Patel, S.K., M. Pathak, R. Tiwari, M.I. Yatoo, Y.S. Malik, R. Sah, A.A. Rabaan, K. Sharun, K. Dhama, D.K. Bonilla-Aldana and A.J. Rodriguez-Morales, 2020. A vaccine is not too far for COVID-19. J. Infect. Dev. Ctries, 14: 450-453.
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  7. Patel, S.K., M. Pathak, R. Sah, A. Kumar, Y.S. Malik, A.J. Rodríguez-Morales and K. Dhama, 2020. Is sexual route a matter of concern for the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19?. Arch. M. Res., 10.1016/j.arcmed.2020.06.008.
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  8. Minakshi, P., M. Ghosh, R. Kumar, B. Brar, U.P. Lambe, S. Banerjee, K. Ranjan, B. Kumar, P. Goel, Y.S. Malik and G. Prasad, 2020. An Insight into nanomedicinal approaches to combat viral zoonoses. Curr. Top. Med. Chem., 20: 915-962.
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  9. Malik, Y.S., S. Bhat, O.R.V. Kumar, A.K. Yadav, S. Sircar, M.I. Ansari, D.K. Sarma, T.K. Rajkhowa, S. Ghosh and K. Dhama, 2020. Classical swine fever virus biology, clinicopathology,diagnosis, vaccines and a meta-analysis of prevalence: A review from the Indian perspective. Pathogens, 10.3390/pathogens9060500.
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  10. Malik Y. S., Sircar S., Bhat S., Sharun K., Dhama K., Dadar M., Tiwari R. and Chaicumpa W., 2020. Emerging novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)—current scenario, evolutionary perspective based on genome analysis and recent developments Vet., Q., 40: 68-76.
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  11. Kooti, W., M. Abdi, Y.S. Malik, B. Nouri, A. Jalili, M.A. Rezaee, M.R. Rahmani and R.N. Kalmarzi, 2020. Association of CYP2C19 and HSP70 Genes Polymorphism with Aspirin- Exacerbated Respiratory Disease in a Kurd Population. End. Metab. & Immune Dis. Drug Targets, 20: 256-262.
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  12. Kleymann, A., E. Soto, O. Illanes, Y.S. Malik, C. Fuentealba and S. Ghosh, 2020. High rates of detection and complete genomic analysis of porcine circovirus 2 (PCV2) in the Lesser Antilles island of St. Kitts: Identification of PCV2b‐PCV2d recombinants. Transbound Emerg. Dis., 10.1111/tbed.13583.
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  13. Kleymann, A., A.A.M.J. Becker, Y.S. Malik, N. Kobayashi and S. Ghosh, 2020. Detection and molecular characterization of picobirnaviruses (PBVs) in the Mongoose: identification of a novel PBV Using an alternative genetic code. Viruses, 10.3390/v12010099.
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  14. Joycelyn, S.J., A. Ng, A. Kleymann, Y.S. Malik, N. Kobayashi and S. Ghosh, 2020. High detection rates and genetic diversity of picobirnaviruses (PBVs) in pigs on St. Kitts Island: Identification of a porcine PBV strain closely related to simian and human PBVs. Infect. Gene. Evol., 10.1016/j.meegid.2020.104383.
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  15. Dhama, K., S.K. Patel, M. Pathak, M.I. Yatoo, R. Tiwari, Y.S. Malik, R. Singh, R. Sah, A.A. Rabaan, D.K. Bonilla-Aldana and A.J. Rodriguez-Morales, 2020. An update on SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 with particular reference to its clinical pathology, pathogenesis, immunopathology and mitigation strategies. Travel Med. Infect. Dis., 10.1016/j.tmaid.2020.101755.
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  16. Dhama, K., S. Khan, R. Tiwari, S. Sircar, S. Bhat, Y.S. Malik, K.P. Singh, W. Chaicumpa, D.K. Bonilla-Aldana and A.J. Rodriguez-Morales, 2020. Coronavirus disease 2019–COVID-19. Clin. Microbiol. Rev., 10.1128/CMR.00028-20.
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  17. Dhama K., Sharun K., Tiwari R., Dadar M., Malik Y. S., Singh K. P. and Chaicumpa W., 2020. COVID-19, an emerging coronavirus infection: advances and prospects in designing and developing vaccines, immunotherapeutics, and therapeutics. Hum., Vaccin., Immunother., -: 1-7.
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  18. VinodhKumar, O. R., B. R. Singh, D. K. Sinha, B. S. Pruthvishree, Shika Tamta, Z. B. Dubal, R. Karthikeyan, Ramkumar N. Rupner and Y. S. Malik, 2019. Risk factor analysis, antimicrobial resistance and pathotyping of Escherichia coli associated with pre- and post-weaning piglet diarrhoea in organised farms, India. Epid. and Infec., 147: ---.
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  19. Singh, S., R. Singh, K.P. Singh, V. Singh, Y.P.S Malik, B. Kamdi, R. Singh and G. Kasyap, 2019. Epidemiological study of naturally occurring bovine rotavirus infection in organized dairy farms, India. Biol. Rhythm Res., 50: 1-9.
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  20. Mechal, Y., E. Benaissa, N. El mrimar, Y. Benlahlou, F. Bssaibis, A. Zegmout, M. Chadli, Y. S. Malik, N. Touil, A. Abid, A. Maleb and M. Elouennass, 2019. Evaluation of GeneXpert MTB/RIF system performances in the diagnosis of extrapulmonary tuberculosis. BMC Infect. Dis., 19: 1069-1069.
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  21. Malik, Y.S., A.K. Verma, N. Kumar, N. Touil, K. Karthik, R. Tiwari, D.P. Bora, K. Dhama, S. Ghosh, M.G. Hemida, A.S. Abdel-Moneim, K. Bányai, A.N. Vlasova, N. Kobayashi and R.K. Singh 2019. Advances in diagnostic approaches for viral etiologies of diarrhea: From the lab to the field. Front. Microbiol., 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01957.
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  22. Chethan, G.E., Ujjwal Kumar De, J. Garkhal, S. Sircar, Y.P.S. Malik, N.R. Sahoo, Abhishek and M.R. Verma, 2019. Immunomodulating dose of levamisole stimulates innate immune response and prevents intestinal damage in porcine rotavirus diarrhea: a restricted-randomized, single-blinded, and placebo-controlled clinical trial. Tropical Animal Health and Production 51: 1455-1465.
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  23. Boulahyaoui, H., S.A. Amine, M. Melloul, C. Loutfi, R. Tagajdid, H. El Annaz, N. Touil, Y.S. Malik, E. El Fahime and S. Mrani, 2019. Molecular characterization of G2P[4] and G9P[8] rotaviruses strains isolated from Moroccan children fully vaccinated with Rotarix™ between 2013 and 2014. Alexandria J. Med., 55: 7-14.
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  24. Singh, R.K., K. Dhama, Y.S. Malik, M.A. Ramakrishnan and K. Karthik et al., 2017. Ebola virus-epidemiology, diagnosis and control: Threat to humans, lessons learnt and preparedness plans-an update on its 40 year's journey. Vet. Quart., 37: 98-135.
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  25. Saurabh, S., S. Sircar, J.J. Kattoor, S. Ghosh and N. Kobayashi et al., 2017. Analysis of porcine rotavirus A enterotoxin gene for structure-function relationship. J. Vet. Sci., (In Press). .
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  26. Ramees, T.P., K. Dhama, K. Karthik, R.S. Rathore and A. Kumar et al., 2017. Arcobacter: An emerging food-borne zoonotic pathogen, its public health concerns and advances in diagnosis and control-a comprehensive review. Vet. Quart., 37: 136-161.
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  27. Pruthvishree, B.S., O.R.V. Kumar, D.K. Sinha, Y.P.S. Malik and Z.B. Dubal et al., 2017. Spatial molecular epidemiology of carbapenem-resistant and New Delhi metallo beta-lactamase (blaNDM)-producing Escherichia coli in the piglets of organized farms in India. J. Applied Microbiol., 122: 1537-1546.
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  28. Navarro, R., Y. Chan, R. Nair, A. Peda and M.S. Aung et al., 2017. Molecular characterization of complete genomic segment-2 of picobirnavirus strains detected in a cat and a dog. Infect. Genet. Evol., 54: 200-204.
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  29. Navarro, R., M.S. Aung, K. Cruz, J. Ketzis and C.A. Gallagher et al., 2017. Whole genome analysis provides evidence for porcine-to-simian interspecies transmission of rotavirus-A. Infect. Genet. Evol., 49: 21-31.
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  30. Munjal, A., R. Khandia, K. Dhama, S. Sachan and K. Karthik et al., 2017. Advances in developing therapies to combat Zika virus: Current knowledge and future perspectives. Front. Microbiol., Vol. 8. 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01469.
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  31. Malik, Y.S., A.K. Sharma, K. Sharma, S. Sircar and K. Dhama, 2017. RNA polymerase gene based RT-PCR assay with primers update for genus specific detection of picobirnaviruses. J. Anim. Plant Sci., 27: 582-588.
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  32. Latheef, S.K., K. Dhama, H.A. Samad, M.Y. Wani and M.A. Kumar et al., 2017. Immunomodulatory and prophylactic efficacy of herbal extracts against experimentally induced chicken infectious anaemia in chicks: Assessing the viral load and cell mediated immunity. VirusDisease, 28: 115-120.
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  33. Kylla, H., T.K. Dutta, P. Roychoudhury, Y.S. Malik, R. Mandakini and P.K. Subudhi, 2017. Prevalence and molecular characterization of porcine Picobirnavirus in piglets of North East Region of India. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 49: 417-422.
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  34. Kattoor, J.J., S. Saurabh, Y.S. Malik, S. Sircar and K. Dhama et al., 2017. Unexpected detection of porcine rotavirus C strains carrying human origin VP6 gene. Vet. Quart., 37: 252-261.
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  35. Haq, A.A., R. Santhamani, S. Chakravarti, A.K. Yadav and K.K. Rajak et al., 2017. Investigation on Peste des petits ruminants outbreak in goats of bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh, India. J. Immunol. Immunopathol., 19: 47-54.
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  36. Gallagher, C.A., R. Navarro, K. Cruz, M.S. Aung and A. Ng et al., 2017. Detection of picobirnaviruses in vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus): Molecular characterization of complete genomic segment-2. Virus Res., 230: 13-18.
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  37. Dhama, K., V. Gowthaman, K. Karthik, R. Tiwari and S. Sachan et al., 2017. Haemorrhagic enteritis of turkeys-current knowledge. Vet. Quart., 37: 31-42.
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  38. Dhama, K., N. Kumar, M. Saminathan, R. Tiwari and K. Karthik et al., 2017. Duck virus enteritis (duck plague)-a comprehensive update. Vet. Quart., 37: 57-80.
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  39. Desingu, P.A., S.D. Singh, K. Dhama, O.V. Kumar, Y.S. Malik and R. Singh, 2017. Clinicopathological characterization of experimental infection in chickens with sub-genotype VIIi Newcastle disease virus isolated from peafowl. Microb. Pathog., 105: 8-12.
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  40. Chethan, G.E., J. Garkhal, S. Sircar, Y.P.S. Malik and R. Mukherjee et al., 2017. Changes of haemogram and serum biochemistry in neonatal piglet diarrhoea associated with porcine rotavirus type A. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., (In Press). 10.1007/s11250-017-1357-x.
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  41. Aung, M.S., S. Nahar, S. Aida, S.K. Paul and M.A. Hossain et al., 2017. Distribution of two distinct Rotavirus B (RVB) strains in the North-Central Bangladesh and evidence for reassortment event among human RVB revealed by whole genomic analysis. Infect. Genet. Evol., 47: 77-86.
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  42. Zorriehzahra, M.J., R. Tiwari, S. Sachan, K. Karthik and Y.S. Malik et al., 2016. Avian egg yolk antibodies (IgY) and their potential therapeutic applications for countering infectious diseases of fish and aquatic animals. Int. J. Pharmacol., 12: 760-768.
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  43. Yadav, A.S., G. Kolluri, M. Gopi, K. Karthik, Y.P.S. Malik and K. Dhama, 2016. Exploring alternatives to antibiotics as health promoting agents in poultry-A review. J. Exp. Biol. Agric. Sci., 4: 368-383.
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  44. Wani, M.Y., K. Dhama and Y.S. Malik, 2016. Impact of virus load on immunocytological and histopathological parameters during clinical chicken anemia virus (CAV) infection in poultry. Microb. Pathogenesis, 96: 42-51.
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  45. Tiwari,R., K. Kumaragurubaran, R. Rajneesh, S.M. Yashpal, D. Kuldeep and K.J. Sunil, 2016. Quorum Sensing Inhibitors/antagonists Countering Food Spoilage Bacteria-need Molecular and Pharmaceutical Intervention for Protecting Current Issues of Food Safety Int. J. Pharmacol., 12: 262-271.
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  46. Sircar, S., S. Saurabh, J.J. Kattoor, P. Deol, K. Dhama, S.K. Khurana and Y.S. Malik, 2016. Evolving views on enteric viral infections of equines: An appraisal of key pathogens. J. Exp. Biol. Agric. Sci., 4: S182-S195.
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  47. Singh, R.K., K. Dhama, Y.S. Malik, M.A. Ramakrishnan and K. Karthik et al., 2016. Zika virus-emergence, evolution, pathology, diagnosis and control: Current global scenario and future perspectives-a comprehensive review. Vet. Quart., 36: 150-175.
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  48. Saminathan, M., R. Rana, M.A. Ramakrishnan, K. Karthik, Y.S. Malik and K. Dhama, 2016. Prevalence, diagnosis, management and control of important diseases of ruminants with special reference to Indian scenario. J. Exp. Biol. Agric. Sci., 4: 338-367.
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  49. Malik, Y.S., N. Kumar, K. Sharma, S. Saurabh and K. Dhama et al., 2016. Multispecies reassortant bovine rotavirus strain carries a novel simian G3-like VP7 genotype. Infect. Genet. Evol., 41: 63-72.
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  50. Madhu, B.P., K.P. Singh, M. Saminathan, R. Singh and N. Shivasharanappa et al., 2016. Role of nitric oxide in the regulation of immune responses during rabies virus infection in mice. VirusDisease, 27: 387-399.
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  51. Kumar, N., Y.S. Malik, S. Kumar, K. Sharma and S. Sircar et al., 2016. Peptide-recombinant VP6 protein based enzyme immunoassay for the detection of group A rotaviruses in multiple host species. Plos One, Vol. 11. 10.1371/journal.pone.0159027.
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  52. Kumar, N., Y.S. Malik, S. Kumar, A. Kumar, K. Sharma, S. Sircar and K. Dhama, 2016. Identification of immune-dominant epitopes within bovine rotavirus VP6 protein by synthetic peptide approach. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 10: 447-451.
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  53. Kumar, M.A., R. Barathidasan, M. Palanivelu, S.D. Singh and M.Y. Wani et al., 2016. A novel recombinant Meq protein based dot-ELISA for rapid and confirmatory diagnosis of Marek's disease induced lymphoma in poultry. J. Virol. Methods, 236: 271-280.
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  54. Krishan, G., S.K. Shukla, P. Bhatt, R. Kumar and Y.P.S. Malik et al., 2016. Ultra-structural changes in the thymus of chickens experimentally infected with chicken infectious anemia virus. Indian J. Vet. Pathol., 40: 187-189.
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  55. Khurana, S.K., K. Dhama, P. Minakshi, B. Gulati, Y.S. Malik and K. Karthik, 2016. Leptospirosis in horses: Special reference to equine recurrent uveitis. J. Exp. Biol. Agric. Sci., 4: S123-S131.
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  56. Kattoor, J.J., S. Sircar, S. Saurab, S. Subramaniyan, K. Dhama and Y.S. Malik, 2016. Picobirnavirus: A putative emerging threat to humans and animals. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 4: 327-331.
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  57. Gowthaman, V., S.D. Singh, K. Dhama, P.A. Desingu, A. Kumar, Y.S. Malik and M. Munir, 2016. Isolation and characterization of genotype XIII Newcastle disease virus from Emu in India. VirusDisease, 27: 315-318.
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  58. Gowthaman, V., S.D. Singh, K. Dhama, P. Srinivasan and S. Saravanan et al., 2016. Isolation and phylogenetic characterization of haemagglutinin and neuraminidase genes of H9N2 low pathogenicity avian influenza virus isolated from commercial layers in India. VirusDisease, 27: 382-386.
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  59. Gal, J., S. Marton, K. Ihasz, H. Papp and F. Jakab et al., 2016. Complete genome sequence of a genotype G23P[37] pheasant rotavirus strain identified in Hungary. Genome Announc., Vol. 4, No. 2. 10.1128/genomeA.00119-16.
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  60. Elaiyaraja, G., K. Dhama, M. Asokumar, M. Palanivelu and Y.S. Maik et al., 2016. Effect of Aloe vera gel extract on the haematological parameters in white leghorn chicks vaccinated against infectious bursal disease virus. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 10: 323-326.
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  61. Desingu, P.A., S.D. Singh, K. Dhama, O.R. Vinodhkumar and Y.S. Malik, 2016. A sensitive haemadsorption technique based RT-PCR for concentration and detection of Newcastle disease virus from clinical samples and allantoic fluid. VirusDisease, 27: 319-323.
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  62. Desingu, P.A., S.D. Singh, K. Dhama, O.R. Vinodhkumar and R. Barathidasan et al., 2016. Molecular characterization, isolation, pathology and pathotyping of peafowl (Pavo cristatus) origin Newcastle disease virus isolates recovered from disease outbreaks in three states of India. Avian Pathol., 45: 674-682.
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  63. Desingu, P.A., S.D. Singh, K. Dhama, K. Karthik, O.V. Kumar and Y.S. Malik, 2016. Phylogenetic analysis of Newcastle disease virus isolates occurring in India during 1989-2013. VirusDisease, 27: 203-206.
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  64. Desingu, P.A., K. Dhama, Y.S. Malik and R.K. Singh, 2016. May newly defined genotypes XVII and XVIII of newcastle disease virus in poultry from west and central Africa be considered a single genotype (XVII)? J. Clin. Microbiol., 54: 2399-2399.
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  65. Desingu, P.A., K. Dhama and Y.S. Malik, 2016. May newly defined subgenotypes Va and Vb of newcastle disease virus in poultry be considered two different genotypes? J. Clin. Microbiol., 54: 2204-2204.
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  66. Wani, M.Y., K. Dhama, R. Tiwari, R. Barathidasan, Y.S. Malik, S.D. Singh and R.K. Singh, 2015. Immunosuppressive effects of chicken infectious anaemia virus on T lymphocyte populations using flow cytometry and hematological parameters during experimental subclinical infection in chicks. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 3: 143-150.
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  67. Singh, D., Y.S. Malik, K. Sharma and K. Dhama, 2015. Identification and phylogenetic analysis of peste des petits ruminants (PPR) virus isolates from India. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 10: 386-393.
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  68. Malik, Y.P.S., N. Kumar, V. Rawat, K. Sharma, A. Kumar, M. Singhai and M. Kumar, 2015. Detection and distribution pattern of prevalent genotypes of hepatitisc virus among chronic hepatitis patients from Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, India. Indian J. Med. Microbiol., 33: 161-163.
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  69. Kumar, N., Y.S. Malik, K. Sharma, V. Balamurugan, S.B. Shivachandra and K. Dhama, 2015. Expression analysis of a highly soluble region of an enterotoxigenic non-structural protein of bovine rotavirus. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 18: 247-251.
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  70. Krishan, G., S.K. Shukla, P. Bhatt, R. Kumar, R. Tiwari, Y.S. Malik and K. Dhama, 2015. Immunomodulatory and therapeutic prospective of a protein supplement with vitamins and selenium (Multimune) against chicken infectious anaemia in broiler chicks. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 3: 1-8.
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  71. Krishan, G., S.K. Shukla, P. Bhatt, R. Kumar, R. Tiwari, Y.S. Malik and K. Dhama, 2015. Immunomodulatory and protective effects of a polyherbal formulation (immon) against infectious anemia virus infection in broiler. Int. J. Pharmacol., 11: 470-476.
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  72. Krishan, G., S.K. Shukla, P. Bhatt, M.Y. Wani, K. Dhama, Y.P.S. Malik and R. Kumar, 2015. Clinical association of chicken anaemia virus with other infectious poultry diseases in north India and Nepal: Its pathological studies, molecular epidemiology and RFLP pattern of PCR amplified full length viral genome. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 3: 395-405.
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  73. Kattoor, J.J., Y.S. Malik, A. Sasidharan, V.M. Rajan and K. Dhama et al., 2015. Analysis of codon usage pattern evolution in avian rotaviruses and their preferred host. Infect. Genet. Evol., 34: 17-25.
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  74. Kattoor, J.J., Y.P.S. Malik, K. Sharma, S. Sircar, M. Batra, N. Jindal and K. Dhama, 2015. Frequency distribution of avian group-drotavirus in Southern and Northern parts of India. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 9: 449-452.
  75. Ghosh, S., R. Navarro, Y.S. Malik, A.L. Willingham and N. Kobayashi, 2015. Whole genomic analysis of a porcine G6P [13] rotavirus strain. Vet. Microbiol., 180: 286-298.
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  78. Deswal, S., P. Minakshi, K. Ranjan, S. Dhillon, Y.S. Malik and G. Prasad, 2015. Genetic characterization of an emerging G3P[3] rotavirus genotype in buffalo calves, India. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 10: 376-385.
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  79. Anamul, H.A., K. Sharma, Y.S. Malik, K. Dhama and P.K. Gupta, 2015. Development of real-time PCR assay for detection of rotavirus infection in diarrheic bovine calves. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 3: 321-324.
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  80. Papp, H., Y.S. Malik, S.L. Farkas, F. Jakab and V. Martella et al., 2014. Rotavirus strains in neglected animal species including lambs, goats and camelids. VirusDisease, 25: 215-222.
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  81. Malik, Y.S., V. Rawat, K. Sharm, N. Kumar and N. Vaid et al., 2014. Molecular evidence of multiple viral infections in an infant hospitalized with acute gastroenteritis in India. J. Pure Appl. Microbiol., 8: 733-737.
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  82. Malik, Y.S., N. Kumar, K. Sharma, S. Ghosh and K. Banyaic et al., 2014. Molecular analysis of non structural rotavirus group A enterotoxin gene of bovine origin from India. Infect. Genet. Evol., 25: 20-27.
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  83. Malik, Y.S. and J. Matthijnssens, 2014. Enteric viral infection in human and animal. VirusDisease, 25: 145-146.
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  84. Malik, Y.P.S., N. Kumar, K. Sharma, S. Sircar and D.P. Bora et al., 2014. Rotavirus diarrhea in piglets: A review on epidemiology, genetic diversity and zoonotic risks. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 84: 1035-1042.
  85. Malik, Y.P.S., N. Kumar, K. Sharma, K. Dhama and M.Z. Shabbir et al., 2014. Epidemiology, phylogeny and evolution of emerging enteric picobirnaviruses of animal origin and their relationship to human strains. BioMed Res. Int., Vol. 2014. 10.1155/2014/780752.
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  86. Malik, Y.P.S., A.K. Sharma, N. Kumar, K. Sharma, G. Balasubramanian and N. Kobayashi, 2014. Identification and characterization of a novel genogroup II picobirnavirus in a calf in India. Vet. Record, Vol. 174. .
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  87. Kattoor, J.J., Y.P.S. Malik, N. Kumar, K. Sharma and S. Sircar et al., 2014. Development of VP6 gene specific reverse transcription (RT)-PCR assay for detection of avian group D rotavirus in diarrheic chickens. J. Vet. Med. Diagnosis, Vol. 3. .
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  88. Ezung, Z.N., R. Singh, S.P. Singh, D. Sharma and S. Joshi et al., 2014. Occurrence of multiple combinations of G and P types of group A bovine and human rotaviruses in Uttarakhand and Nagaland states, India. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 84: 851-854.
  89. Dhama, K., S. Chakraborty, R. Tiwari, A.K. Verma and M. Saminathan et al., 2014. A concept paper on novel technologies boosting production and safeguarding health of humans and animals. Res. Opin. Anim. Vet. Sci., 4: 353-370.
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  90. Chakravarti, S., S. Biswas, J.K. Mohapatra, K. Sharma and N. Vaid et al., 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: 92-96.
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  91. Chakraborty, S., A. Kumar, R. Tiwari, A. Rahal and Y.P.S. Malik et al., 2014. Advances in diagnosis of respiratory diseases of small ruminants: A review. Vet. Med. Int., Vol. 2014. 10.1155/2014/508304.
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  92. Rawat, V., U. Bhatt, M. Singhai, A. Kumar and Y.P. Malik, 2013. Prevalence of hepatitis C virus infection among blood donors of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. Indian J. Med. Microbiol., 31: 313-314.
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  93. Malik, Y.S., N. Kumar, K. Sharma, R. Sharma and H.B. Kumar et al., 2013. Epidemiology and genetic diversity of rotavirus strains associated with acute gastroenteritis in bovine, porcine, poultry and human population of madhya pradesh, central India, 2004-2008. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 1: 111-115.
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  94. Malik, Y.S., N. Kumar, K. Sharma, A.K. Sharma and S. Sircar et al., 2013. Molecular characterization of a genetically diverse bubaline picobirnavirus strain, India. Thai J. Vet. Med., 43: 609-613.
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  95. Malik, Y.S., N. Kumar, K. Sharma, A.A. Haq and A. Kumar et al., 2013. Sequence and phylogenetic analysis of bovine rotavirus isolates (G6 genotypes) from India. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 1: 41-43.
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  96. Malik, Y.S., K. Sharma, N. Vaid, M. Batra and M. Prasad et al., 2013. Designing and validation of new primers for efficient genotyping of animal G3 rotaviruses. Veterinarski Arhiv, 83: 611-622.
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  97. Malik, Y.S., K. Sharma, N. Kumar, S.B. Shivachandra and V. Rawat et al., 2013. Rapid detection of human rotavirus using NSP4 gene specific reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay. Indian J. Virol., 24: 265-271.
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  98. Kattoor, J.J., K. Sharma, N. Kumar, M. Batra and N. Jindal et al., 2013. Distribution frequency of avian rotaviruses in India, 2011-2013. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci., 1: 148-150.
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  99. Joshi, V.G., V.D. Dighe, D. Thakuria, Y.S. Malik and S. Kumar. 2013. Multiple antigenic peptide (MAP): a synthetic peptide dendrimer for diagnostic, antiviral and vaccine strategies for emerging and re-emerging viral diseases. Ind. J. Virol., 24: 312-320.
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  100. Jose, K.J., M.Y. Singh, S. Kuldeep, K. Naveen and B. Munish et al., 2013. Molecular evidence of group D rotavirus in commercial broiler chicks in India. Avian Biol. Res., 6: 313-316.
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  101. Thakare, V., M. Kadam, P.K. Solanki, R. Sharda and Y.P.S. Malik, 2012. Seroepidemiology of bluetongue in sheep and goats of madhya pradesh, central India. Haryana Veterinarian, 51: 82-84.
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  102. Malik, Y.S., K. Sharma, N. Vaid, S. Chakravarti and K.M. Chandrashekar et al., 2012. Frequency of group A rotavirus with mixed G and P genotypes in bovines: Predominance of G3 genotype and its emergence in combination with G8/G10 types. J. Vet. Sci., 13: 271-278.
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  103. Ganesh, B., K. Banyai, S. Kanungo, D. Sur and Y.S. Malik et al., 2012. Detection and molecular characterization of porcine picobirnavirus in feces of domestic pigs from kolkata, India. Indian J. Virol., 23: 387-391.
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  104. Malik, Y.S., Y. Chander, K. Olsen and S.M. Goyal, 2011. Antimicrobial resistance in enteric pathogens isolated from Minnesota pigs from 1995 to 2004. Can. J. Vet. Res., 75: 117-121.
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  105. Malik, Y.S., K.M. Chandrashekar, K. Sharma, A.A. Haq and N. Vaid et al., 2011. Picobirnavirus detection in bovine and buffalo calves from foothills of Himalaya and central India. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 43: 1475-1478.
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  106. Malik, Y.P.S., S. Chakravarti, K. Sharma, N. Vaid and K.K. Rajak et al., 2011. Genomic analyses of toll-like receptor 4 and 7 exons of Bos indicus from temperate Sub-Himalayan region of India. Asian-Australasian J. Anim. Sci., 24: 1019-1025.
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  107. Malik, Y.P.S., K.M. Chandrashekar, K. Sharma, P. Minakshi and G. Prasad, 2011. Evidence for occurrence of human group B rotavirus in central India based on characterization of NSP2 Gene. Indian J. Virol., 22: 98-103.
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  108. Malik Y.S., D. Singh, K.M. Chandrashekar, S. Shukla, K. Sharma, N. Vaid and S. Chakravarti, 2011. Occurrence of dual infection of Peste-des-petits-ruminants and goatpox in indigenous goats of Central India. Transbound. Emerg. Dis., 58: 268-273.
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  109. Basera, S.S., R. Singh, N. Vaid, K. Sharma and S. Chakravarti et al., 2011. Detection of rotavirus infection in bovine calves by RNA-PAGE and RT-PCR. Ind. J. Virol., 21: 144-147.
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  110. Mohita, R., S. Bhatia, Y.S. Malik and S.C. Dubey, 2010. Production and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against NS1 protein of H5N1 avian influenza virus. Hybridoma, 29: 183-186.
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  111. Kusumakar, A.L., Savita, Y.S. Malik, P. Minakshi and G. Prasad, 2010. Genomic diversity among group A rotaviruses from diarrheic children, piglets, buffalo and cow calves of Madhya Pradesh. Indian J. Microbiol., 50: 83-88.
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  112. Kumari, A., V.S. Bahekar and Y.P.S. Malik, 2010. Seroepidemiology of bluetongue infection in cattle and buffaloes in Madhya Pradesh (India). Anim. Sci. Reporter, 4: 103-106.
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  113. Vegad, J., A.K. Tiwari, Y.S. Malik, M. Kadam and M. Kaul et al., 2009. Nucleocapsid gene sequence analysis and characterization of an Indian isolate of avian infectious bronchitis virus. Int. J. Poul. Sci., 8: 493-499.
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  114. Kusumakar, A.L., Savita, Y.P.S. Malik, P. Minakshi and G. Prasad, 2009. Occurrence of mammalian group A rotavirus in swine population of central India. Indian J. Ani. Sci., 78: 475-477.
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  115. Anuradha, K., V.S. Bahekar and Y.P.S. Malik, 2009. Development of spot enzyme immunoassay for Bluetongue Virus (BTV) antibodies. Indian J. Comp. Microbiol. Immunol. Infect. Dis., 30: 5-6.
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  116. Savita, A.L. Kusumakar, Y.P.S. Malik, P. Minakshi and G. Prasad, 2008. Detection and characterization of group A and D avian rotaviruses in India. Indian J. Biotechnol., 7: 554-556.
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  117. Patnayak, D.P., M. Prasad, Y.S. Malik, M.A. Ramakrishnan and S.M. Goyal, 2008. Efficacy of disinfectants and hand sanitizers against avian respiratory viruses. Avian Dis., 52: 199-202.
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  118. Savita, K.A. Lal and M.Y. Singh, 2007. Detection of enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli and Salmonella Dublin in diarrheic poultry. Indian J. Vet. Res., 16: 29-35.
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  119. Kusumakar, A.L., Savita, Y.P.S. Malik, P. Minakshi and G. Prasad, 2007. Detection of human rotavirus in hospitalized diarrheic children in central India. Indian J. Microbiol., 47: 373-376.
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  120. Alka, K. Bharati, Y.P.S. Malik and S. Vrati, 2007. Immunogenicity and protective efficacy of the E. coli-expressed domain III of Japanese encephalitis virus envelope protein in mice. Med. Microbiol. Immunol., 196: 227-231.
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  121. Malik, Y.S., P.B. Allwood, C.W. Hedberg and S.M. Goya, 2006. Disinfection of fabrics and carpets artificially contaminated with calicivirus: relevance in institutional and healthcare centres. J. Hosp. Infect., 63: 205-210.
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  122. Malik, Y.S. and S.M. Goyal, 2006. Virucidal efficacy of sodium bicarbonate on a food contact surface against feline calicivirus, a norovirus surrogate. Int. J. Food Microbiol., 109: 160-163.
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  123. Malik Y.S., S. Maherchandani and S.M. Goyal, 2006. Comparative efficacy of ethanol and isopropanol against feline calicivirus, a norovirus surrogate. Am. J. Infect. Control., 34: 31-35.
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  124. Clay, S., S, Maherchandani, Y.S. Malik and S.M. Goyal, 2006. Survival on uncommon fomites of feline calicivirus, a surrogate of noroviruses. Am. J. Infect. Control, 34: 41-43.
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  125. Minakshi, P., G. Prasad, Y. Malik and R. Pandey, 2005. G and P genotyping of bovine group A rotaviruses in faecal samples G and P genotyping of bovine group A rotaviruses in fecal samples of diarrhoeic calves by DIG-labeled probes. Indian J. Biotechnol., 4: 93-99.
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  126. Malik, Y.S., S. Maherchandani, P.B. Allwood and S.M. Goyal, 2005. Evaluation of animal origin cell cultures for in vitro cultivation of noroviruses. J. Applied Res. Clin. Expt. Therapeutics, 5: 312-317.
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  127. Malik, Y.S., Y. Chander, S.C. Gupta and S.M. Goyal, 2005. A retrospective study on antimicrobial resistance in mannheimia (pasteurella) haemolytica, escherichia coli, salmonella species, and bordetella avium from chickens in minnesot. J. Appl. Poult. Res., 14: 506-511.
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  128. Herman, M., S. Haugerud, Y.S. Malik and S.M. Goyal, 2005. Improved in vitro cultivation of swine influenza virus. Int. J. Applied Res. Vet. Med., 3: 124-128.
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  129. Allwood, P.B., Y.S. Malik, S. Maherchandani, C.W. Hedberg and S.M. Goyal, 2005. Effect of temperature on the survival of F-specific RNA coliphage, feline calicivirus, and Escherichia coli in chlorinated water. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 2: 442-446.
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  130. Malik, Y.S., G.W. Randall and S.M. Goyal, 2004. Fate of salmonella following application of swine manure to tile-drained clay loam soil. J. Water Health, 2: 97-101.
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  131. Malik, Y.S., D.P. Patnayak and S.M. Goyal, 2004. Detection of three avian respiratory viruses by single-tube multiplex reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction assay. J. Veterinary Diagn. Invest., 16: 244-248.
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  132. Maherchandani, S., C.A. Munoz-Zanzi, D.P. Patnayak, Y.S. Malik and S.M. Goyal, 2004. The effect of pooling sera on the detection of avian pneumovirus antibodies using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay test. J. Veterinary Diagn. Invest., 16: 497-502.
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  133. Allwood, P.B., Y.S. Malik, S. Maherchandani, K. Vought and L.A. Johnson et al., 2004. Occurrence of Escherichia coli, noroviruses, and F-specific coliphages in fresh market-ready produce. J. Food Prot., 67: 2387-2390.
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  134. Allwood, P.B., Y.S. Malik, S. Maherchandani, C.W. Hedberg and S.M. Goyal, 2004. Effect of temperature and sanitizers on the survival of feline calicivirus, Escherichia coli, and F-specific coliphage MS2 on leafy salad vegetables. J. Food Prot., 67: 1451-1456.
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  135. Malik, Y.S., K. Olsen, K. Kumar and S.M. Goyal, 2003. In vitro antibiotic resistance profiles of Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale strains isolated from minnesota Turkeys during 1996-2002. Avian Dis., 47: 588-593.
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  136. Allwood, P.B., Y.S. Malik, C.W. Hedberg and S.M. Goyal, 2003. Survival of F-specific RNA coliphage, feline calicivirus, and Escherichia coli in water: A comparative study. J. Applied Environ. Microbiol., 69: 5707-5710.
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  137. Mishra, S.K., G. Prasad, P. Minakshi, Y. Malik, N.K. Mahajan and V. Praksh, 2002. Vulture mortality: Pathological and microbiological investigations. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 72: 319-322.
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  138. Minakshi, P., R. Pandey, G. Prasad and Y. Malik, 2001. VP4 gene specific RT-PCR for detection of bovine Group A rotaviruses. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 71: 611-613.
  139. Malik, Y., P. Minakshi, S. Dahiya, K. Ramesh, K. Pawan and G. Prasad, 2001. Bluetongue virus antibodies in domestic camels (Camelus dromedrius) in Northern regions of Rajasthan, India. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 72: 551-552.
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  140. Malik, Y., G. Prasad, P. Minakshi and S. Maan, 2001. Polymerase chain reaction and non radio labelled DNA probe for detection of bluetongue viruses. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 71: 405-409.
  141. Malik, Y., G. Prasad, P. Minakshi and S. Maan, 2001. Evaluation of nucleic acid extraction methods for development of group specific nested-PCR for identification of bluetongue virus. Indian J. Microbiol., 41: 297-303.
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  142. Prasad, G., P. Minakshi, Y. Malik and S. Maan, 2000. Trends in bluetongue virus diagnostics: A review. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 70: 103-109.
  143. Malik, Y., S. Maan, P. Minakshi and G. Prasad, 2000. Genomic diversity of bluetongue virus: Its implication in disease control. Livestock Int., 4: 4-9.
  144. Malik, Y., P. Minakshi, S. Maan and G. Prasad, 2000. Comparison of cultural characteristics and genomic profiles of two strains of bluetongue virus 1 of Indian origin. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 70: 3-7.
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  145. Prasad, G., P. Minakshi, Y. Malik and S. Maan, 1999. RT-PCR and its detection limit for cell culture grown bluetongue virus 1 using NS1 gene group specific primers. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 37: 1255-1258.
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