Gyana Ranjan Sahoo

Gyana Ranjan Sahoo
Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology | OUAT · Department of Veterinary Bio-Chemistry

M.V.Sc., Ph.D.

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March 2008 - present
Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology
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  • Professor (Full)
March 2008 - March 2026
College of Vety. Science & Animal Husbandry, OUAT
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  • Professor
March 2008 - March 2026
College of Vety. Science & Animal Husbandry, OUAT
Position
  • Professor

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Publications (112)
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A study was undertaken to standardise the soaking and germination time for preparation of germinated brown rice (GBR). Freshly harvested paddy of Prativa variety was dehusked (dehusked or dehulled) in rubber roll sheller to get brown rice which was soaked in demineralised water followed by germination at 27±1oC temperature and 85-90 % relative humi...
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Quick cooking germinated brown rice (QCGBR) is a novel convenient food product with valuable health benefits. Different cooking and conditioning methods were studied for standardisation of its preparation process. Freshly harvested paddy of Prativa variety was milled in rubber roll sheller to get brown rice which was soaked in demineralised water a...
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Background: Expression of the heat shock proteins (Hsp) is responsible for the protection from adverse climatic changes particularly heat stress in Common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Although, with advancement of molecular techniques, Hsp70 protein has been isolated but this protein needs to be characterized by both physicochemically and structurally f...
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Present study was aimed to investigate the mortality among a flock of Ganjam sheep and goat during December, 2016 in Odisha. These breed of small ruminant mostly reared in nomadic pattern by certain "Gola" community with native tract mostly in southeastern and eastern-ghat of agroclimatic zones in Odisha with hot and humid climate. Clinical signs a...
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This study has been able to determine the physiochemical properties, secondary and tertiary structure, and phylogenetic analysis of GAPDH among domestic animals under in silico platform. Eighteen nucleotide and protein sequence of GAPDH gene of different mammalian species were retrieved from National Centre for Biotechnology information (NCBI). The...
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Insulin like growth factor 1receptors (IGF-1R) are the proteins which are expressed on the cell surface of almost all tissues in human as well as domestic animals with major involvement in growth, cancer, aging, production and in early embryonic development. Due to above importance, this protein needs to be characterized both in physiochemical and...
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Chromatographic techniques can be used to investigate the molecular fingerprinting of the herbal compounds. In the present study, we explore the HPLC-MS and HPTLC finger printing pattern of three fractions (methanol soluble, water soluble, and residual fraction) of hot water leaf extract of Astercantha longifolia (AL) Linn. Nees. Methanolic and res...
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One German shepherd dog was presented to teaching veterinary clinical complex, OUAT, Bhubaneswar with a history of frothy salivation, dull, depressed, abnormal gait and wound at left hind leg with swelling at shoulder region. It was diagnosed for snake bite based on the history and physical examination. The hematological parameters showed reduced v...
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The present study was conducted to know the detail functional aspects and molecular interaction of p53 tumor suppressor protein of Bos taurus at Department of Veterinary Biochemistry, College of Veterinary Science & AH, Bhubaneswar from time period between September 2017 to February 2018. The P53 tumor suppressor protein plays a central role in the...
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Theileria annulata is one important apicomplexon parasite which causes a serious disease such as tropical theileriosis in cattle. With advancement of bioinformatics and genetic sequencing, although lots of important protein of this parasite have been well characterized, but there are some hypopothetical proteins still existing needs to be physioche...
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The p53 is one important tumor suppressor protein involved in different cell processes such as DNA repair, apoptosis and cell cycle in domestic animals. Due to above importance, this protein needs to be characterized both in physiochemical and structurally for further exploration in modern biological research. In this study, the amino acid sequence...
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The present study was conducted to establish a suitable marker for diagnosis of reproductive disorder of cross bred cows by characterizing the serum proteins, at Department of Veterinary Biochemistry, College of Veterinary Science & AH, Bhubaneswar from the time period between December 2016 to October 2017. In this study, five groups of animals (ea...
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The upgrowing demand of eco-friendly packaging materials instead of nonbiodegradable, nonrenewable synthetic polymer-based packaging materials has compelled the researcher to think of the fabrication of biomass-based nanocomposites for sustainable packaging applications. Biomass-based nanocomposites are mainly fabricated by the solution casting tec...
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In this present study, blood samples were collected from 10 clinically healthy and 20 adult cattle naturally infected with Trypanosomes. Blood samples were evaluated for haematological and biochemical as well as erythrocytic oxidative stress marker for both infected and control groups. The results of the study revealed substantial decrease (%) in l...
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Soy protein bionanocomposites were prepared by dispersion of silicon carbide (SiC) nanoparticles into the soy protein matrix through cost effective green technique. The chemical interaction of SiC and soy protein was studied due to the electronic interaction of delocalized lone pair of N atom of free and bonded -NH2 groups of the protein chain with...
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The experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of area specific mineral mixture on growth performance, blood parameters and reproductive efficiency in crossbred cows in Kakatpur block of Odisha. Forty crossbred animals were selected for the experiment and divided in to two equal groups. Among them number of anestrus animals and repeat breeder...
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One hundred cows having reproductive disorders were randomly distributed in 5 treatment groups. The five treatment groups were: group I: control group, group II: group I+ area specific mineral mixture (ASMM) @ 50 g/day/animal, group III: group I+ by-pass fats supplementation @ 100 g/day/animal, group IV: group I + treatment with prostaglandins (PGF...
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The present study was undertaken to isolate gastrin peptide from the antral tissue of broiler chicken. The chicken antrums, i.e. tissue pieces from a narrow zone at gizzard – duodenal junction were collected, boiled in distilled water, followed by centrifugation at 0° C. The supernatant was collected, added to isopropanol and stirred overnight. Aft...
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Buffalo ovaries (n=350) collected from a local abattoir were subjected to aspiration of follicular fluid from the visible surface follicles after grouping them into three groups based on their size. Estimations of protein, glucose and steroids from follicular fluid were undertaken. The level of total protein (gm/dl) was highest in small follicles (...
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Asteracantha longifolia, a semi aquatic plant, is distributed widely throughout India including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Burma and Malaysia. The yield of fresh stem of Asteracantha longifolia at i ts pre-flowering stage was observed to be 13.43±0.29%. The hot water extracts yielded 12.95±0.06% of dry weight of stem. The proximate analysis values of stem o...
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First and 3rd instar larvae of both Chrysomyia bezziana and Chrysomyia megacephala were used as antigenic materials. The 1st instar larval homogenates were extracted in phosphate buffered saline (PBS) containing phenylmethyl sulfonyl fluoride (PMSF), whereas the 3rd instar larval homogenates were extracted sequentially in 3 different media viz. Tri...
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Effect of replacement of inorganic minerals viz. zinc (Zn), copper (Cu) and manganese (Mn) with their corresponding organic minerals (methionine) on growth, bioavailability and immunity was studied in grower birds (9th to 20th week). At 20th week, the body weight of grower birds were significantly (P<0.05) higher in 100% organic Zn group, 100% and...
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To study the comparative effects of Nano Selenium (Nano-Se) and sodium selenite on the growth, bioavailability, antioxidative activities, hematological and biochemical parameters, cellular and humoral immunity, a trial was conducted on BV 300 layer birds during grower phase (9-20 after weeks) in six treated groups. After twenth weeks body weight of...
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Fresh, shade-dried and powdered samples of leaf, stem and root of Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica L) were subjected to fractional distillation in a Soxhlet apparatus using four organic solvents. Chloroform, acetone and ethanol extracts from root of Plumbago showed higher zone of inhibition of 22.66±1.52, 21.5±1.29 and 16.5±1.29 mm and minimum inhibitor...
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Aim: To evaluate the presence of gastrointestinal helminthic parasites in clinically apparent canines of Bhubaneswar, Odisha and to determine the risk of zoonotic infection to dog owners through questionnaire survey. Materials and Methods: A total of 154 dogs, with clinical signs of gastroenteritis were examined for the presence of helminthic ova a...
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Two hundred and sixty four broiler breeder hens of 33 weeks of age were distributed randomly in four dietary treatments with three replicate containing 22 birds. The dietary treatments included broiler breeder control ration containing 40 ppm zinc (T-0) or the control ration supplemented with organic zinc (zinc methionine) at 20 (T-1), 40 (T-2) and...
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Ginger (Zingiber Officinale, Cv. Suprava) slices (4 mm thick) were dehydrated at 25°, 40°, 50° and 60 °C with three different microwave power levels, viz. 120, 240, and 360 W in microwave assisted convective dryer up to 0.07 g moisture/g dry solid to observe the feasibility of microwave assisted convective drying for ginger. The samples were also d...
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Ivermectin is one of the most effective and widely used antiparasitic agents ever discovered because of its broad spectrum activity against nematodes and arthropods. Therefore, the study was conducted to determine the comparative anthelmintic efficacy of ivermectin by giving through oral and subcutaneous routes in clinically infected dogs and also...
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Effect of supplementation of organic minerals on the performance of broilers was studied on 225 coloured synthetic broiler chicks randomly divided into 5 groups. The inorganic minerals viz. Zn, Cu and Mn were added @ 40, 8 and 60 ppm, respectively in control group (T1). The inorganic minerals of treatment group were replaced with organic minerals i...
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It is mandatory for all new drugs to be tested for their potential genotoxicity in addition to general toxicity testing. Some old drugs have not been tested adequately for their genotoxic effects because these were in use before the local regulations were enforced. According to the material safety database, the toxicological effect of nimesulide is...
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Background: Diagnosing different types of liver diseases clinically is a quite hectic process because patients have to undergo large numbers of independent laboratory tests. On the basis of results and analysis of laboratory test, different liver diseases are classified. Hence to simplify this complex process, we have developed a Rule Base Classif...
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The bioactive molecule, oleanolic acid was isolated from Diospyros melanoxyon leaves by column chromatography and characterized with the help of physical and spectroscopic data. An HPTLC method has been developed and validated for its quantification in D. melanoxyon leaves. Chromatographic separation of the compound was achieved on high performance...
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Aim: The Research was undertaken to find the association between FecB and high prolificacy in Raighar goats. Materials and Methods: DNA was extracted from blood, collected from does (n=101) with history of high prolificacy. Further tetra-primer amplification refractory mutation system (T-ARMS) PCR and agarose gel electrophoresis were followed to sc...
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The present study was undertaken to partially purify and characterise the sheep mucosal proteins. Cationic proteins were extracted from mucosal epithelium of sheep intestine, trachea and uterus. Proteins were partially purified by low pressure liquid chromatography (LPLC) and reverse phase high performance liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC). The extra...
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The leaves of Indian Borage (Coleus aromaticus) are very rich in nutritional as well as medicinal qualities. The present study is an effort to explore the possibility of effective utilization of the leaf which is perishable, for which dehydration is an essential method of preserving the leaves with minimum spoilage. Drying characteristics of Coleus...
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Sample of feeds and fodders and serum of cows were collected for mineral analysis. An on-farm trial was carried out in which 80 cows having reproductive disorders were allotted to 4 groups with 20 animals-G1 (control); G2 20 an oestrous heifers supplemented with area specific mineral mixture (ASMM) @ 50 g/day/animal (ANH); G3, 20 anoestrous cows su...
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Nimesulide, (4-nitro-2-phenoxymethane-sulfoanilide), a NSAID compound has been used in human and veterinary medicine having a selective cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) inhibition. Besides its potential anti-inflammatory effect, it has been reported that long term administration of nimesulide caused hepatotoxicity in human being. In the present study in or...
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Fractions of hot water extract of Asteracantha longifolia Nees leaf and aerial parts were subjected to qualitative and quantitative screening of different phytochemicals and for quantitative determination of different micro and macro elements. Dried leaf powder was analyzed for proximate composition and quantitative determination of different micro...
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Hygrophila spinosa contains several phytoconstituents viz. phytosterols, polyphenols, proanthocyanins, mucilage, alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, glycosides, etc. having haematinic, antidiabetic, anti-nociceptive, hepato-protective, antioxidative and androgenic property with no side effects. In the present text, literatures about ethnomedicinal i...
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From the above study it is revealed that the feeds and fodders were good sources of macro and micro minerals with exception of maize paddy straw and other straws. Deficiency of P was observed in the analysed fodder samples. The serum mineral content of cattle was found to be highly deficient in Ca and P. Deficiency of Zn, Cu and Mn was also noticed...
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The current study was undertaken to characterise the antimicrobial proteins and peptides of the mucosal layer of digestive, reproductive and respiratory tract of indigenous sheep and goat. Lowest yield of the cationic proteins per gram of mucosal epithelium was found in the goat intestine and highest yield was from goat trachea. All the extracts we...
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Indian Borage (Coleus aromaticus) leaves are very rich in medicinal qualities. Due to low keeping quality, heavy quantities of Coleus leaves go as waste every year. If proper drying methods are scientifically standardized, the leaves can be processed both at garden and orchard level and the grower can earn more profit. The present study is an attem...
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Snakeheads, also known as murrels or serpent-headed fish, are a peculiar group of freshwater fishes having accessory respiratory organ to utilize atmospheric air for respiration that enables them to thrive in oxygen depleted waters. They are native to Asia and Africa. It is an important food fish in its entire native range and is of considerable...
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Sample of feeds and fodders and serum samples of cows in 8 villages, 2 from each block and 2 blocks from each of the 2 districts namely Bargarh and Jharsuguda of West-central table land zone (WCTLZ) of Odisha were collected and analysed for macro and micro mineral content. Among the fodders, paddy straw was deficient in calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P)...
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We investigated egg yolk and albumen for protein, cholesterol, zinc, iron, copper, manganese and potassium from three breeds of backyard poultry. CARI Shyama contained significantly higher percent of albumen (58.57±2.36) than Black Rock (51.74±1.14) and showed lower percent albumen volume than that of Gramapriya (68.47±1.20), Vanaraja (62.50± 1.19)...
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Sample of feeds and fodders and serum samples of cows in eight villages, two from each block and two blocks from each of the two districts namely Dhenkanal and Angul of mid-central table land zone (MCTLZ) of Orissa were collected and analysed for macro and micro mineral content. Among the fodders, paddy straw was found to be deficient in calcium, p...
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The immune system is a highly parallel and distributed intelligent system which has learning, memory, and associative capabilities. Artificial Immune System is an evolutionary paradigm inspired by the biological aspects of the immune system of mammals. The immune system can inspire to form new algorithms learning from its course of action. The huma...