Dr. Ashok Kumar Balhara

Dr. Ashok Kumar Balhara
 Scientist
E-mail: balharaak@gmail.com 

Name Designation ARS Discipline Telephone(O) Fax E-mail
Dr. Ashok Kumar Balhara Scientist Animal Physiology 01662-281643 01662-275004 balharaak@gmail.com

 

“Proteomics Application in Animal Research , Endocrinologyand Stress and Climate change in relation to animal productivity

  1. Ramadan TA, Sharma RK, Phulia SK, Balhara AK, Ghuman SS, Singh I (2014) Effectiveness of melatonin and controlled internal drug release device treatment on reproductive performance of buffalo heifers during out-of-breeding season under tropical conditions. Theriogenology82:1296–130
  2. Balhara AK , Mohanty AK , Gupta M , Jamwal M, Sunesh, Phulia SK and Singh I (2014) Bioinformatics and functional analysis of proteins in serum of early pregnant buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 84 (2): 140–145
  3. Balhara AK, Gupta M, Mohanty AK, Phulia SK, Sharma RK, Singh S and Singh I (2014) Changes in sera proteome in relation to day of pregnancy in early pregnant buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 84 (4): 400–409
  4. Balhara AK, Gupta M, Singh S, Mohanty AK and Singh I (2013) Early Pregnancy Diagnosis in Bovines: Current Status and Future Directions. The Scientific World Journal. Published online Article ID 958540, 10 pages, doi:10.1155/2013/958540
  5. Sadeesh EM, Shah F, Balhara AK, Thirumaran SMK, Balhara S, Kumar D, Yadav S, Singh I and Yadav PS (2014) Effect of growth factor and antioxidant on in vitro maturation of oocytes and cleavage rates of in vitro produced Indian Bubalus bubalis embryos.” Veterinarski Arhiv (In Press)
  6. Boora AK, Yadav S, Jain VK, Rana N, Singh KP and Balhara AK (2013) Puerperal Tetanus in Water Buffalo – A Case Report. Journal of Buffalo Science 2: 53-55
  7. Balhara AK, Phulia SK, Nayan V and Singh I (2012) Minimally invasive muscle biopsy technique for molecular studies in buffaloes. Indian Veterinary Journal 89(9): 119-121
  8. Vaidya MM, Singh SV, Kumar P, Singh AK, Kushwaha R, Pathan MM and Balhara AK (2012) Effect of ambient temperature rise on heat storage in murrah buffaloes during different seasons. Indian Journal of Animal Research 46 (1): 66-69
  9. Kumar A, Kumar P and Singh SV (2007) Oxidative stress marker’s profile in erythrocytes of natural and heat exposed cattle and buffaloes. Indian Journal of Dairy Science; 60(2): 114-118
  10. Upadhyay RC, Singh SV, Kumar A, Ashutosh and Gupta SK (2007) Impact of climate change on milk production of Murrah Buffaloes. Italian Journal of Animal Science 6(2):1329-1332

Gene Allele Description Accession number Identifier
LEPR CC Bubalus bubalis Leptin receptor exon 18 and partial cds, CC allele KM368257 CIRB/1A
LEPR CA Bubalus bubalis Leptin receptor exon 18 and partial cds, CA allele KM368258 CIRB/4A
LEPR AA Bubalus bubalis Leptin receptor exon 18 and partial cds, AA allele KM368259 CIRB/21A
LEPR GA Bubalus bubalis Leptin receptor exon 18 and partial cds, GA allele KM368260 CIRB/14A
LEPR GA Bubalus bubalis Leptin receptor exon 18 and partial cds, GA allele KM368261 CIRB/15A
LHR - Bubalus bubalis Luteinizing hormone receptor exon 11 and partial cds KM368262 CIRB/1F
FSHR AA Bubalus bubalis Follicle Stimulating hormone receptor exon 10 and partial cds, AA allele KM368263 CIRB/1G
HSP 70.2 AA Bubalus bubalis Heat Shock Protein 70.2 gene 5’ UTR, AA allele KM368264 CIRB/5E
HSP 70.2 AG Bubalus bubalis Heat Shock Protein 70.2 gene 5’ UTR, AG allele KM368265 CIRB/7E
HSP 70.2 CC Bubalus bubalis Heat Shock Protein 70.2 gene 5’ UTR, CC allele KM368266 CIRB/5R
HSP 70.2 CT Bubalus bubalis Heat Shock Protein 70.2 gene 5’ UTR, CT allele KM368267 CIRB/7R
HSP 70.1 CC Bubalus bubalis Heat Shock Protein 70.1 gene AP2 box region 5’ UTR, CC allele KM368268 CIRB/61D
HSP 70.1 CA Bubalus bubalis Heat Shock Protein 70.1 gene AP2 box region 5’ UTR, CAallele KM368269 CIRB/48D
HSP 70.1 AA Bubalus bubalis Heat Shock Protein 70.1 gene AP2 box region 5’ UTR, AA allele KM368270 CIRB/58D

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