Advances in Animal Biotechnology

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 9. Juli 2019
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  • XXVII, 562 Seiten
 
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This book entitled, "Advances in Animal Biotechnology," is a compilation of state-of-the-art in the field of Animal Biotechnology including fishery, that are not sheltered in depth in earlier publications. It offers an update on avant-garde technologies and advances in key aspects of genetic engineering, metagenomics, assisted reproduction, animal genomics, biotechnology in veterinary health, as well as the role of gut and marine microbial ecosystems in livestock and industrial development.

The book is divided broadly into five different sections, viz., Gut Microbiome and Nutritional Biotechnology, Assisted Reproduction Biotechnology, Livestock Genomics, Health Biotechnology, and Animal Biotechnology in Global Perspective. The book covers the syllabi of Animal Biotechnology courses in various universities, academia and competitive examinations at various levels. Researchers, Continuing Graduates, and Academicians, Research Institutions, and Biotech Companies will be benefited from this valuable compilation of research. Its broad spectrum makes this work a valuable resource for professionals, researchers, academics and students in the field of veterinary and animal production as well as the biotechnology industry.

1st ed. 2019
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
  • 70
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  • 70 farbige Tabellen
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  • 70 farbige Tabellen, Bibliographie
  • 23,06 MB
978-3-030-21309-1 (9783030213091)
10.1007/978-3-030-21309-1
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B. Singh

B. Singh, Ph. D., is Principal Scientist (Professor) at ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Regional Station Palampur, India. He earned his doctorate (Animal Biotechnology) in 2007 from ICAR-National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal, India. He worked on nuclear transfer cloning in water buffaloes.

Dr. B. Singh is one of the leading experts in the field of animal biotechnology. He has contributed to research and teaching at post graduate levels. His expertise includes biotechnology of gut microbiome, somatic cell nuclear transfer cloning, and stem cell biology. In addition, he has worked on molecular biology, biochemical genetics, and cryopreservation of fish germplasm during his profession at ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, Lucknow, India.

As a researcher, he has published more than 75 research and review papers in peer reviewed journals, more than 100 research abstracts, technical bulletins, and authored two books, namely "Textbook of Animal Biotechnology", and "Reproduction Biotechnology in Buffalo", and 20 chapters in books published by Elsevier, Springer and NOVA. He is reviewer for various international journals, and life member of assorted prestigious scientific societies.

G. Mal

Prof. G. Mal, Ph. D. is Principal Scientist (Biochemistry), and Station Incharge at ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Regional Station Palampur, India. He obtained his master's degree in Biochemistry from Himachal Pradesh Agriculture University Palampur, (India), and Ph. D. (Molecular Biology and Biotechnology) from University of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, U.K.

Dr. G. Mal has experience in molecular biology of cancer, gut microbiome and reproduction biology. He has published more than 80 scientific research papers and reviews, and more than 75 scientific abstracts in national and international journals. He has authored 2 books and contributed 15 book chapters. Dr. Mal has developed need-based technologies for value-added camel milk products during his services at ICAR-National Research Centre on Camel, Bikaner (India). He is reviewer for many prestigious international journals, and life member of various professional scientific societies.

Sanjeev K. Gautam

Sanjeev Gautam earned his Ph. D. (Animal Biotechnology) in 2007 from ICAR-National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal. He has worked as research consultant at Institute for Cellular Medicine, San Jose, Costa Rica and Cryosave Labs, Mechelen, Belgium. In late 2007, he joined as Assistant Professor in Department of Biotechnology, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India. In 2008, he visited, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque USA for postdoctoral research. In 2010, he went for Postdoc in Lund University, Sweden where he worked on neuro stem cell biology. His areas of research include Stem Cell Biology and Animal Biotechnology.

He has vast teaching and research experience at graduate as well as postgraduate levels.

He is basically a stem cell biologist with expertise in human and animal stem cells. He has published more than 60 scientific papers of national and international repute. He is reviewer/editor/editorial board member of many International journals. He has guided three Ph. D. students and many M. Sc. students in the field of Biotechnology. He is co-author of "Textbook of Animal Biotechnology" (TERI, New Delhi). Currently, Dr. Gautam is working as visiting faculty in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis USA.

M. Mukesh

Manishi Mukesh, Ph. D. is working as the Principal Scientist (Professor) and ICAR National Fellow at Department of Animal Biotechnology, ICAR-National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources, Karnal (India). He obtained his Master's degree in Animal Biotechnology from National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal and doctorate in Biotechnology from Panjab University, Chandigarh (India). He has more than 20 years of experience as a research scientist in the area of cattle and buffalo genomics. He is engaged in assessing the genome diversity of various cattle breeds of India using neutral and functional markers. His group has made significant contribution to the area of mammary gland transcriptomics and functional genomics of riverine buffaloes.

Currently, he is engaged in thermoregulation genomics to understand the molecular basis of thermotolerance and adaptation of Indian cattle and buffalo breeds to diverse agroclimatic conditions. He has worked at Mammalian NutriPhysioGenomics Lab, University of Illinois, USA to understand various tissue transcriptomic responses during various physiological conditions in high producing dairy cattle.

Dr. M. Mukesh has published more than 80 research papers in peer-reviewed international journals. He has contributed in several book chapters, technical bulletins and monographs on cattle breeds based on the phenotypic and molecular characterization. Dr. Mukesh has been awarded CAR- National Fellow position by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for his contribution in the area of animal sciences.

Part 1: Gut microbiome and nutritional biotechnology1 Metagenomics for utilizing the herbivore gut potential2 Gut/rumen microbiome- a livestock and industrial perspective3 Anaerobic gut fungi- a biotechnological perspective4 Microbial resources from wild and captive animals5 Insect gut- a treasure of microbes and microbial enzymes6 Nutraceuticals from bioengineered organisms7 Designer probiotics: the next-gen high efficiency biotherapeutics
Part 2: Assisted reproduction biotechnology8 Revolutionary reproduction biotechnologies in livestock: an overview9 Cryopreservation of oocytes and embryos10 Somatic cell nuclear transfer11 Micromanipulation technology in health and assisted reproduction12 Reproduction advances in buffaloes13 Reproduction biotechnology in camelids14 Reproduction biotechnology in cattle15 Reproduction biotechnology in pig16 Biotechnology in wildlife17 Assisted reproduction in equines18 Assisted reproduction in cats and dogs19 Stem cells and cellular reprogramming to advance livestock industry20 Spermatogonial and oogonial stem cells in farm animals21 Parthenogenesis- a potential tool to reproductive biotechnology22 Transgenesis and genetically engineered livestock as live bioreactors23 Animal stem cells- a perspective on their use in human health24 Fish and poultry transgenics
Part 3: Livestock genomics25 Animal genomics- a current perspective26 Analysis of genome diversity27 Analysis of Genome Mapping28 Generation and analysis of whole genome mapping29 Digital PCR30 Transcriptomics31 Proteomics32 Metabolomics33 Synthetic biology34 Bioinformatics and web-based tools for genome sequence data analysis
Part 4: Health biotechnology35 Animal biotechnology in human health36 Designer milk37 Marine bio-resources- animals and veterinary applications38 RNA interference (RNAi) technology39 Big from small: micro RNA in relation to veterinary sciences40 Genome editing in farm animals41 Next Generation Sequencing vis-à-vis Veterinary Health Management42 Computer-aided drug discovery
Part 5: Animal biotechnology in global perspective43 Steps towards sustainable livestock: technologies to conserve and boost the indigenous livestock44 Biotechnology for wildlife45 Non-meat alternatives46 Career opportunities in animal biotechnology47 Intellectual property rights in animal biotechnology

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