Sandeep Kumar Dash's research while affiliated with College of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry and other places

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Aim: To study the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in sheep and goats of Mathura region. Materials and Methods: Atotal of 240 faecal samples collected from three different farms were examined by direct smear, Willi's floatation and sedimentation techniques. Quantitative examination was done by McMaster's technique. Results: Out of 240 sampl...
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Aim:To study the prevalence of mycotic mastitis in bovines of Mathura region. Materials and Methods:Atotal of 100 milk samples collected from seven different regions of Mathura were examined by cultural, morphological and biochemical methods. Results: Out of 100 milk samples processed 64 samples were found positive for fungal isolates. The most com...
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The present study was undertaken to explore the in vitro antiviral potential of hot aqueous extract (HAE) of Ocimum sanctum (OS) and Argemone mexicana (AM) leaves against Newcastle disease virus (NDV) and Infectious bursal disease virus(IBDV) in chicken embryo fibroblast (CEF) cell culture. First the nontoxic dose of HAE of OS and AM was determined...
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The present study was undertaken to study the immuno modulatrory effects of leaves of Ocimum santum (OS) and Argemone mexiana (AM) plants in chicken model. 250 mg/kg body weight oral dose of OS and AM was found ideal and nontoxic in chickens and experimental chickens were fed this dose. Humoral immune response to S. enterica serovar Typhimurium 'O'...
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Mastitis is the most damaging disease of dairy industry worldwide. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the antibacterial effects of hot aqueous extract (HAE) of the fruits of Terminalia chebula and Terminalia belerica on field isolates of mastitis. Hot aqueous extract of the fruits of the selected plants as well as a mixture (1:1) of these...

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... Contamination of udder may be with inter teat infection or from the environmen contagions. Cuases of Mastititis in goat varies with wide range of microbial infection may be bactreia and several viruses like lentivirus, caprine arthritis encephalitis (Koop et al,2011) and even with some fugus like Candidia sp (Reddy, et al, 2018) and Aspergillous fumigatus (Pachauri et al, 2013 But some times we confuse some cases of swollen udder with true mastitis that in certain physiological states udder may be swollen but actually there is no udder inflmammatory reaction. The pfysiological changes of udder swollen may be due udder oedima for high yielding animals, during first kidding with high hormonal influence, lack of exercise during advance pregnancy, heriditary traits, high nutritional mamanegent, high salt diet etc. ...
... Findings from our data analysis, the highest prevalence is in the summer, followed by rain and winter, consistent with previous research (Yadav et al., 2006). Furthermore, (Singh et al., 2013) found that cold stimulus causes larval development to be halted. Animals are also partially stallfed during the winter and rain to reduce the risk of infection. ...
... 83 % chickens of OS fed groups and 66 % chickens of AM fed groups were protected from challenge of S. enterica Serovar typhimurium and E. coli. O. sanctum provided better clearance of both the pathogens from blood as compared to A. mexicana 68 . Ruta graveolens leaf powder with a cup of hot water is given in Bhadravati Taluka Shimoga District Karnataka, India 69 . ...
... Similar extract has been employed in treatment of foot and mouth disease virus. Moreover, their exist a wide array of reports suggesting utilization of herbal extracts in TCM such as extracts prepared from Azadirachta indica (Kumar and Navaratnam, 2013;Gupta et al., 2017), Camellia sinensis (Song et al., 2005;Kuzuhara et al., 2009;Li et al., 2015), Ocimum sanctum and Agremone mexicana (Varshney et al., 2013), Zingiber officinale (Shah and Krishnamurthy, 2013), Tinospora cordifolia (Shah and Krishnamurthy, 2013), Alium sativum (Kim et al., 2005;Wang et al., 2006) and Ocimum basilicum (Kubiça et al., 2014) etc. for their antimicrobial potential. A corroborative suggestion was made by Su et al. (2020), that traditional Chinese herb i.e. ...
... Argemone mexicana was reported to decrease the cell mediated immune response in albino rats (Goel et al., 2008). But increased humoral response against Salmonella antigen was found in chicken model (Varshney et al., 2013). ...
... The disease is associated with reduction in milk production, altering milk composition and the presence of inflammatory components and bacteria in milk rendering it of low quality and unfit for processing. 1,2 In addition, the bacterial contamination of milk from affected cows render it unfit for human consumption and provide a mechanism of spread of zoonotic diseases like tuberculosis, sore-throat, Q-fever, brucellosis and leptospirosis. 3 The main causative bacteria of SCM in the Egyptian dairy farms are S. aureus, E. coli, and environmental streptoccoi. ...