Manikkavasagan Ilangopathy

Manikkavasagan Ilangopathy
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University | TANUVAS · College of Food and Dairy Technology

Master of Technology

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Introduction
I, Manikkavasagan Ilangopathy currently working as Assistant Professor in Department of Food Safety and Quality Assurance at College of Food and Dairy Technology, Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University.
Additional affiliations
October 2010 - November 2015
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Position
  • Research Associate
Education
August 2007 - June 2009
Anna University, Tiruchirappalli
Field of study
  • Biotechnology
August 2002 - May 2006
A.R.J Group of Institutions
A.R.J Group of Institutions
Field of study
  • Industrial Biotechnology

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Publications (18)
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Background: The development of obesity involves hormones and neurotransmitters. The prevalence of obesity is measured by body mass index (BMI) raised to unacceptable levels in both men and women worldwide. Thyroid hormones are involved in multiple physiological processes, regulate basal metabolic rate, promote the adrenergic nervous system to gener...
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Among all the type of cancer, the incidence of breast cancer has been increasing despite the fact that the efforts to prevent the disease has been improving. The traditional chemotherapy has been shown to be effective though it exhibit some serious adverse effects as the targets of the chemotherapeutic agents are nonspecific in most cases. Hence th...
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In the present study, a novel shrikhand enriched with vitamin C and iron was developed using curry leaves extract. Encapsulation, which is the latest trend in delivering the phytochemicals through food products has increased the acceptability of the product. The treatment S3which had the curry leaves extract of highest concentration 3:10 W/V had a...
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The study was undertaken to estimate the economic impact of gastrointestinal parasitic infections in sheep. A total of 117 Madras Red sheep selected in different age groups like >3 years, 2 years and 1 year were used in this study. Egg per gram (EPG) of faeces and body weights of the animals were measured in monthly interval from the year 2012-2014...
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Extensive and indiscriminate use of the benzimidazole class of drugs has led to the onset of anthelmintic resistance. In tropical countries like India, Haemonchus contortus is the most pathogenic parasite infecting sheep and goats. The widespread presence of resistant helminths (especially H. contortus) threatens the livestock farming. The use of v...
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Background Gastrointestinal nematode infections, such as Haemonchus contortus and Mecistocirrus digitatus, are ranked in the top twenty diseases affecting small-holder farmers' livestock, yet research into M. digitatus, which infects cattle and buffalo in Asia is limited. Intestine-derived native protein vaccines are effective against Haemonchus, y...
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One of the major problems in small ruminant farms is emergence of anthelmintic resistance (AR) to commonly used dewormers. This study investigated AR to gastrointestinal nematodes affecting goats in 27 unorganized farms in three different agro-climatic zones (Cauvery delta zone, high altitude zone and high rainfall zone) of Tamil Nadu, India. Two a...

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