Advances in Animal Disease Diagnosis: Infectious animal diseases caused by pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and viruses threaten the health and well‐being of wildlife, livestock, and human populations, limit productivity and increase significantly economic losses to each sector. The pathogen detection is an important step for the diagnostics, successful treatment of animal diseases and control management in farms and field conditions. The classical and conventional techniques employed to diagnose pathogens in livestock species are time‐consuming and sometime give inconclusive results. In contrary, molecular techniques have the potential to quickly, reliably and unequivocally diagnose known pathogens/conditions as well as have the potential for novel pathogen detection. Recent advances in diagnostics and vaccine design using genomics are powerful new methods that have set the stage to enhance the diagnosis, surveillance and control of infectious diseases. High-throughput sequencing (HTS), for example, uses the latest DNA sequencing platforms in the detection, identification and detailed analysis of both pathogen and host genomes.
This book will explore some key opportunities in the context of animal health, such as the detection of new microorganisms and development of improved diagnosis of emerging or re-emerging diseases and other clinical conditions.
- Comprehensive knowledge on latest molecular techniques for animal disease diagnosis and management.
- DNA-based diagnostic techniques will assist international efforts to control the introduction of exotic diseases into new geographic areas.
- Described latest molecular assays for rapid and accurate detection of pathogens.
- With the new biotechnological developments, this fully updated book is a treasure trove of the latest information for animal and medical science.
- Will help to meet out the Global challenge for sustainable food production and eradication of poverty.
Table of Contents
Biosensor: An Advanced System for Infectious Disease Diagnosis
Niti Chawla and Parvati Sharma
Viral Pseudotyping: A novel tool to study emerging and transboundary viruses
Aravindh Babu R. Parthiban, Karthik Kumaragurubaran and Dhinakar Raj Gopal
Advanced Sensors for Animal Disease Diagnosis
Swati Dahiya, Jyotsana Mehta and BhuvanNagpal
Applications of metagenomics and viral genomics to investigating diseases of livestock
Barbara Brito Rodriguez
Toll- like Receptor of Livestock Species
P. K. Dubey, S. Dubey, S.K. Gahlawat and R.S Kataria
COVID-19: An Emerging Pandemic To Mankind
Aman Kumar, Kanisht Batra, Anubha Sharma and Sushila Maan
Application of Proteomics and Metabolomics in Disease Diagnosis
Lukumoni Buragohain, Mayukh Ghosh, Rajesh Kumar, Swati Dahiya, Yashpal S. Malik and Minakshi Prasad
Imaging Techniques in Veterinary Disease diagnosis
Minakshi Prasad, Mayukh Ghosh, Suman, Harshad Sudhir Patki, Sandeep Kumar, Basanti Brar, Neelesh Sindhu, Parveen Goel, Samander Kaushik, Hari Mohan, Shafiq Syed and Rajesh Kumar
Listeriosis in Animals: Prevalence and Detection
Tejinder Kaur and Praveen P. Balgir
Pyroptosis Prevalence in Animal Diseases and Diagnosis
Praveen P. Balgir and Suman Rani
Current Diagnostic Techniques For Influenza
Aruna Punia, Pooja Choudhary, Sweety Dahiya, Namita Sharma, Meenakshi Balhara, Mehak Dangi and Anil Kumar Chhillar
Diagnostic Tools For the Identification of Foot and Mouth Disease Virus
Sweety Dahiya, Aruna Punia, Pooja Choudhary, Namita Sharma, Meenakshi Balhara, Mehak Dangi and Anil Kumar Chhillar
Synthetic Biology-based Diagnostics For Infectious Animal Diseases
Naveen Kumar, Sandeep Bhatia and Yashpal Singh Malik
Recent Trends in Diagnosis of Campylobacter Infection
Pooja Choudhary, Aruna Punia, Sweety Dahiya, Namita Sharma, Meenakshi Balhara, Mehak Dangi and Anil Kumar Chhillar
Recent Trends in Bovine Tuberculosis Detection and Control Methods
Livestock Enteric Viruses: Latest Diagnostic Techniques For Their Easy and Rapid Identification
Sushila Maan, Renu Singh, Monika Punia and Kanisht Batra
Coronaviruses: Recent Trends and Approaches in Diagnosis and Management
Samander Kaushik, Yashika Sharma, Sulochana Kaushik, Jaya Parkash Yadav and Minakshi Prasad
Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RPA): A New Approach for Disease Diagnosis
Monika Punia, Nidhi Saini, Suresh Kumar Gahlawat and Sushila Maan
Global Rules, Regulations and Intellectual Property Rights on diagnostic methods
Anil Ghanghas, Sarvar Gahlawat, Neer Gahlawat and Asha Poonia
Suresh Kumar Gahlawat, Ph.D. is presently working as Professor, Department of Biotechnology Chaudhary Devi Lal University (CDLU), Sirsa, India. He also worked in various capacities such as Dean, Research, Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences, Dean of Colleges, Dean Student’s Welfare and Chairperson, Department of Biotechnology in the same university. He received postdoctoral BOYSCAST fellowship and DBT Overseas Associateship from the Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India for carrying out research at FRS Marine Laboratory, Aberdeen, UK. His research interests include the development of molecular diagnostic methods for bacterial and viral diseases. He published more than 70 research papers in journals of national and international repute, authored more than 06 books and supervised M.Phil and Ph.D research work of 14 students. He is active member of various international scientific organizations and societies including Association Microbiologist of India.
Sushila Maan, Ph.D. Professor & Head at Department of Animal Biotechnology, Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Hisar, India. She did her Ph.D. from Royal Veterinary College, University of London, UK. She had been Post-Doctoral Fellow within the Arbovirus Molecular Research Group at the Institute for Animal Health (IAH), Pirbright, UK from 2006 – 2011. Dr Sushila Maan has made vital contributions to the extraordinary high impact success of bluetongue virus (BTV) and other pathogens’ research and surveillance including the development of innovative next generation sequencing techniques, identification of seven new Orbivirus species and the 26th serotype of BTV. Dr Maan has developed and commercialized advanced molecular diagnostic systems for detection of pathogens of livestock and wildlife importance, during twenty-four years of her research career since 1995, she has published 122 peer reviewed research articles, out of which 76 are in various international journals of repute and 46 in national journals. She has also presented her research findings at several international conferences in the U.K., France, Portugal, Italy, Holland, Australia, South Africa, China and USA. She is on scientific panel (as a referee) of various International and National journals viz. Virus Research, Plos One, Virology, Vaccine, Journal of Virology, Transboundary and emerging diseases, Indian Journal of Virology etc.