PG and PhD courses are being offered since 2002 and Twenty one M.V.Sc. and three Ph.D. students have successfully completed their degree programme.Close
Dr. N.V. Kurkure
Associate professor and Sectional Head
- Studies on pathogenesis of L. monocytogenes infections in poultry and development of immunodiagnostics
- Epidemiological studies on Classical Swine Fever in Central India & Goa.
Role of coxynil in pathology of coccidiosis in poultry Immunomodulation by Growell during experimental aflatoxicosis in chicks
Role of Growell in immunomodualtion in IBD vaccinated chicks
Effect of herbomineral premix on fungal growth and in vitro inhibition of aflatoxin B1 production.
Evaluation of herbal product during aflatoxicosis and ochratoxicosis in broilers.
Studies on effect of aqueous herbal extracts on growth of Aspergillus ocheracueus, ocharatoxin production and its neutralization.
Effect of various toxin binders during induced mycotoxicosis in broilers.
Development of ELISA for detection of Listeria monocytogenus from milk.
Immunological control of bovine ticks
Field validation of Brucella RB51 vaccine in cows
Worked as Veterinary Pathologist during the extension work carried out by National Bureau of
Soil Science and LUP in two adopted villages near Nagpur.
Member of editorial board of technical Magazine "Poultry Line"
Honorary contributing author for technical magazine in local language Marathi "Baliraja", "Kalnirnay" and "Krushiraj"
Published 10 popular articles in marathi language for farmers.
1989 Awarded with University Merit Scholarship during graduation and post graduation.
2000 Recipient of SKF feed and foods Young Scientist Award during Annual conference of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologist, held at Akola.
2001 Recipient of Young scientist Award during Annual conference of Society for Immunology and Immunopathology, held at Pantnagar.
2002 Recipient of IAAVR Award for outstanding contribution in Veterinary Pathology during IX Annual conference of Indian Association for Advancement of Veterinary Research held at Nagpur.
2003 Varsha Award for outstanding contribution in poultry pathology during Annual conference of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologist, held at Jabalpur.
Best Teacher Award of MAFSU, Nagpur
Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists
Indian Association for Advancement in Veterinary Research
Worlds Poultry Science Association (IB)
World Veterinary Poultry Association
Indian Association of Veterinary Microbiology, Immunology and Specialist of Infectious Diseases.
Indian Veterinary Journal
Founder Joint secretary of Indian Association of Immunology and Immunopathology.
National Association for Welfare of Animals and Research
No of Publications : 67
Papers sent for publication : 12
List popular articles published : 5
Participation in Symposiums/Conferences : 16
Isolation and identification of causative agent (Bacteria and Fungi)
Immunoserology - HA, HI, PHA, STAT, AGID, CIEP, ELISA
Molecular techniques - PCR, SDS-PAGE, Westernblot
Tissue & cell culture
Developed teaching aids for undergraduate and post graduate students. Developed computer based tutorials for teaching of Veterinary Pathology.
Member of advisory committee of the students from disciplines: -
Physiology, Microbiology, Surgery, Parasitology
Dr. Mrs. Kirty A. Sirothia
Teaching (Lecture and Lab)
All Undergraduate and Post graduate courses
Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists
Indian Association of lady veterinarians
Indian Women's Scientist Association
Indian National Kennel Club
Maharashtra Veterinary Association
Indian Association of Zoo Veterinarians
Indian Society for Small Animal Small ruminants
No of Publications : 35
Participation in Symposiums/Conferences: 20
Dr. P. M. Sonkusale
1) Pathological & Biochemical studies on therapeutics of CCl4 induced fatty liver & kidney syndrome with herbal formulations in broilers
1) Study on comparative efficacy of certain Mycotoxin binder products in experimentally induced combined mycotoxicosis in broilers
2) Epidemiological studies on Classical Swine Fever in Central India & Goa.
Services to villages - Chincholi and Bodhada & Animal Health Camps Lectures delivered in various ASCAD /College/WANAMATI / RAMETI training programmes.
Radio Talks : 05
Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists (IAVP)
No of Publications : 08
Papers sent for publication : 02
Popular articles published : 05
Participation in Symposiums/Conferences : 05
Developed teaching aids for undergraduate and post graduate students.
Developed computer based tutorials for teaching of Veterinary Pathology.
Member of advisory committee of the students from disciplines: - Pathology, Parasitology & Poultry Science Providing the technical services to Poultry Farmers.
Dr. Megha P. Kaore
Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists
No of Publications : 06
Papers sent for publication : 02
List popular articles published : 3
Participation in Symposiums/Conferences : 2
Under the NAE project 'Centre for Zoonoses'
Completed Research schemes/projects
- ICAR Adhoc research scheme "To study the pathogenesis of Listeria monocytogenes in poultry and standardization of standard immunodiagnostics tests"
- DBT project on "Epidemiological studies on Classical Swine Fever in Central India & Goa"
Ongoing research schemes
DBT network project on Brucellosis
Standardization of nucleic acid based diagnostics for livestock and avian diseases. (Listeriosis, Theileriosis, Trypanosomiasis, Pasturellosis, Swine fever, RD, CAV etc.)Close
- Research in re-emerging diseases of livestock and poultry
- To identify variants of local viral and bacterial strains for effective development of vaccine with the help of other disciplines
- Immunohistochemical characterization of canine tumors
- Disease investigation related to wild life and fish
|Sr. No.||Course No.||Course Title||SEM||Credit hrs.|
|1||VPP-211||General Veterinary Pathology||III||1+1|
|2||VPP-221||Systemic Veterinary Pathology||IV||2+1|
|3||VPP-311||Special Veterinary Pathology||V||2+1|
|5||VPP-322||Aquatic Animal Diseases, Health Care & management||VI||1+1|
|6||VPP-411||Veterinary Lab. Diagnosis||VII||0+2|
|7||VPP-421||Veterinary Lab. Diagnosis||VIII||0+2|
|8||VCP-411||Veterinary Clinical Practices||VII||0+5|
|9||VPP-421||Veterinary Clinical Practices||VIII||0+5|
|10||VPP-511||Veterinary Clinical Practices||IX||0+5|
|Sr. No.||Course No.||Course Title||SEM||Credit hrs.|
|2||VPP-602||Techniques in pathology||I||1+1|
|5||VPP-605||Necropsy procedure and interpretation - I||II||1+1|
|6||VPP-606||Necropsy procedure & interpretation-II||II||0+2|
|8||VCP-608||Pathology of infectious diseases of domestic animals||II||2+1|
|11||VPP-611||Pathology of lab animals, fish and wild animals||III||2+1|
|Sr. No.||Title of Research Work||Student|
|1||A study on pathology of ochratoxicosis in broilers,Vitamin E and selenium at the rate of 500 IU and 0.1 ppm additionally in feed could reduce the effect of ochratoxixosis in broilers up to 1 ppm level.,Necrosis of tubular epithelium (Left),& Atrophy of Bursal follicle ( Right)||Dr. N.V. Kurkure|
|2||Pathological conditions in fresh water fish in Eastern Vidarbha region.,It was concluded that erythematous lesions, ulcers, hemorrhages & blackpigmentations in the skin and muscles, degenerative, necrotic and inflammatory lesions along with hemorrhages in the gills, spleens, livers, pancreas, hearts,kidneys and intestines were the significant pathological lesions in fishes of Eastern Vidarbha region during the present study which could be utilized asbiomarkers and become useful as indicators of environmental degradation.,lesion,on the side of the fish (Left) & skin showing ulcerative hemorrhages with,necrosis & fibrosis of underlying muscle tissue (Right)||Dr.(Mrs.)K.A.Sirothia|
|1||Pathology of experimentally induced T- 2 Toxicosis in broilers,T2 toxin at low level of 1 ppm induces pathological changes in various vital organs of broilers and aggravate the lesions with dose dependent mortality at 2 and 4 ppm levels in feed.,Effect of Boerhaavia difsusa Linn and Butea frondosa Koen in experimental ochratoxicosis in broilers.,Abnormal feathering pattern (Left) & Crop erosions (Right)||Dr. Vivek V.Pande|
|2||Effect of Boerhaavia diffusa Linn and Butea frondosa Koen in experimental ochratoxicosis of broilers.,Ochratoxin at 1 ppm level in broiler depress the weight gain and cause nephritis and hepatoxicity in birds. Whereas, frondosa could partially protect the nephrotoxicity effect of OA however could not prevent the toxic effect of OA on lymphoid tissue.,Flower of Butea frondosa and Boerhaavia difsusa||Dr. Febi Thomas|
|3||Ovarian pathology of Nagpuri buffalo under rural conditions.,The study was planned to find out the pattern of ovarian pathology in rural Nagpurwhich is home tract of Nagpuri buffaloes. Only 1 % rural Nagpuri buffalo were found to have smooth inactive ovaries. In abettor cases 16.5 % ovaries showedgross lesions comprising of small smooth ovaries, paraovarian cyst, encapsulated ovaries, dermoid cyst, follicular cyst and luteal cyst. Granulosacell tumor, endometriosis externa, fibroma, thecoma fibroma and microscopic cyst could be confirmed only microscopically. Ovarian dermoid cyst (left) and ovarian,dermoid cyst showing underlying sebaceous gland and hair follicles(right)||Dr. Shirish D. Narnaware|
|4||Experimental Nimesulide Toxicity in Poultry,Nimesulide toxicity in poultry decreases TEC, PCV & Hb values if treated for 5 to 6 weeks continuously. The serum creatinine, uric acid, SGOT & SGOT values got elevated. Histologically liver showed degenerative changes in hepatocytes & kidney revealed tubular degeneration & glomerular nephropathies. Brain also revealed focal necrosis & oedema.,Pale liver with diffused necrotic foci,(Left) & Spongiformis vascular
degenerative changes along with perivascular necrosis in brain(Right )
|Dr. Gajanan S.,Tiple|
|5||Toxicopathology of some Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflamatory Drugs in Cockrels, All the four NSAIDs viz : paracetamol, nimesulide, meloixicam and diclofenac werefound to be hepatotoxic and nephrotoxic when fed at higher doses. Diclofenac and meloxicam at higher doses are found to be neurotoxic in avian species as evidenced by histopathological findings.,Visceral gout in diclofenac toxicity,(Left),& Granular degenerative changes and interstitial haemorrhages
in,pacetamol toxicity (Right)
|Dr. Madhuri,S. Hedau|
|6||Effect of Chromium Supplementation in Broilers,Experimental finding revealed that chromium supplementation in the form of chromium picolinate and chromium chloride,@ 40 & 80 mg/kg body weight respectively improved FCR &,showed higher body weight in the chromium supplemented groups.,Serum glucose & cholesterol was decreased significantly in the groups receiving chromium picolinate and chromium chloride.,The bird receiving higher doses more than 120 mg/kg chromium chloride revealed granular degenerative changes in hepatocytes and tubular epithelium of kidney.||Dr. Sachin S. Raut|
|7||Effect of Plumbago zeylanica,during experimental lead toxicity in rats,Lead induced toxicity (750 ppm) resulted in significant decrease in Hb, TEC, PCV
& increased in TLC, AST, ALT, ALP, cholesterol & creatinine. Degenerative changes were observed in liver, kidney, lungs, brain, testes, uterus & ovaries. Lead acetate was found to be genotoxic at the above dose. Treatment with Plumbago zeylanica resulted in restoration of the above parameters.,Marked tubular necrosis in kidney,(Left) & Disorganization of hepatic cordin liver in lead toxicity in rats (Right).
|Dr. Kailash S. Ingle|
|8||Meloxicam toxicity in Wistar rats and ameliorative effect of Ocimum sanctum,Meloxicam was found to be hepatotoxic and nephrotoxic when fed for longer period of time at higher doses.Plant of Ocimum sanctum (Left) &Subserosal hemorrhages in duodenum,(Right)||R. Mahaprabhu|
|9||Toxicological and genotoxic effects of acrylamide toxicity in Wistar rats,Acrylamide at the dose rate of 10, 15 and 20 mg/kg B/W orally for 28 days causes reduction in body weight gain, decrease serum protein, globulin, triglyceride and glucose value in Wistar rats. Histopathologically demylination of spinal cord was prominent lesion. Acrylamide also shown to exhibit genotoxic effects in Wistar rat.,Altered sitting posture of rat in,acrylamide toxicity||Babulal Jangir|
|10||Toxicocpathological effects of acrylamide,and ameliorative effect of vitamin C,in male Wistar rats,Wistar rats were fed acrylamide @ 20 mg/kg B.W. orally for 28 and Vitamin E during recovery period of 14 days and found that vitamin E is unable to prevent acrylamide toxicity during active feeding, however after withdrawal of acrylamide; faster recovery was observed in Vitamin E treated group as compare to untreated group||Santosh
|11||Toxicopathology of monosodium glutamate in male Wistar rats.,Male Wistar rats receiving Monosodium glutamate @ 2mg, 3mg and 4 mg / gm of body weight showed decreases body weight and found to be hepatotoxic and nephrotoxic in action as evident in histopathological observation.||Vasudha
|12||Micro and nano-zinc particulate subacute toxicity in male wistar rats.,Study was conducted with the aim to compare nanoparticle and micro particle toxicity
of zinc in male Wistar rats. The present study revealed mild alterations in haemato-biochemical parameters and histopathological observations except in
testes. Zinc in either form at 10 mg/kg body weight causes anemia. Nano-zinc and micro zinc at higher levels are toxic to brain and testes respectively.Therefore concluded that the target organ for nano-zinc intoxication is liver while testes is target organ for micro-zinc.
|13||Sub-acute toxicopathology,of monosodium glutamate in female,wistar rats.,Monosodium glutamate at 2 mg/g, 3mg/g and 4 mg/g of daily oral dose for 28 days resulted in macrocytic hypochromic anemia and lymphocytosis in rats. Increased values of Serum glucose, cholesterol, triglyceride, AST and creatinine were also observed. The athreromatous lesion along with thrombosis was observed in vasculature of heart and lungs.||Vandana
|14||Pathogenecity and molecular characterization of Newcastle disease virus encountered in and around Nagpur,Total of 15 NDV outbreaks were studied. The HI titres were observed lower in ND affected birds. The nucleotide sequence of F0 spaning region indicated that isolate are grouped with lentogenic and mesogenic strains and indicate possibility of new emerging pathogenic strains||Megha
|15||Immuno histochemical characterisation of mammary gland tumors in dogs,Study revealed that 9-12 years of age is most susceptible age. Correlation of cytological and histological diagnosis found to be 70%. Immunohistochemical staining ER and PR can be used as better indicator for deciding prognosis of
mammary gland as found to be decreased expression receptors with progression of malignancy.
|16||Etio-pathological studies on Chicken Infectious Anemia,Chicken Infectious Anemia was encountered in and around Nagpur as confirm by VP1 gene sequence. Incidence of CIA is more in Leghorn cockerels, the lower hematocreat values of indicated anemia accompanied with heterophil and lymphopenia. Atrophy of the thymus, lymphoid organs and bone marrow can be considered as pathognomic lesion. Strategic vaccination policies should be implemented to control the Chicken Infectious Anemia||B.P.Kamdi|
|17||Assessment of cytokine expression in Listeria monocytogenes challenged mice.,L. monocytogenes from human induce more severe lesions as compared to isolate from animal, human isolate was found to be more virulent. Serum Cytokine TNF-? and IL-6 production by human isolate was more than animal isolate and was comparable to standard EGDe strain.||Pankaj
|18||Pathology of Salmonella enteria challenge infection in broilers and it's amelioration by Bacillus subtilis supplementation,A total of 11/19 (57.89%) isolates were identified as Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhimurium by PCR technique from the field outbreaks in Nagpur region. Experimental broilers supplemented with Bacillus subtilis and challenged by S. enterica subsp. enterica serovar Enteritidis showed reduction in colonization of Salmonella,
improved growth performance and less severe histopathological lesions in liver, kidney, intestine and lymphoid organs as compared to the challenged
broiler which was not supplemented with Bacillus subtilis indicating Bacillus subtilis can be use as probiotic in broilers.
|19||Effect of Bacillus subtilis as probiotic on pathology of Clostridium perfringens in broiler, Five samples of intestinal content from different breeds of poultry farm in and around Nagpur region found positive for presence of bacteria Clostridium perfringens causing necrotic enteritis. Dietary supplementation of probiotic Bacillus subtilis showed improved the growth performance, reduction in intestinal bacterial count and less severe gross and microscopic changes against C.
perfringens induced necrotic enteritis in broiler by reducing clostridial gut colonization indicating probiotic,role of Bacillus subtilis.
- Providing technical services to poultry and livestock framers by performing diagnostic post-mortem and technical advice
- Poultry Farmers of Nagpur region facing the outbreaks of Necrotic enteritis, Raniket disease and Gangrenous Dermatitis associated with Chicken Infectious Anemia. The problem was diagnosed and necessary changes in treatment and vaccination schedule has been suggested by the Department of Pathology to minimize the mortality in the region
- Pig owners of Nagpur region facing the problem of mortality during and after transportation in pigs. The mortality was found to be due to Salmonellosis and Hemorrhagic septicemia. The framers are also educated to vaccinate their animals with Swine Fever vaccine regularly along with regular deworming practices which has increase the survivability of pigs eventually benefitted the farmers
- Kalorey. D. R. Kurkure, N. V., Sakhare, P. S. Warke, Shubhangi, Ingle, V. C. and Harne, S. D. 2003. Bacteriological investigation of clinical samples of poultry in Nagpur region. Indian Journal of Poultry Science. 38 : 181-183.
- Kurkure, N. V., Kalorey, D. R. and Bhandarkar, A. G. 2004. The effect of vitamin E and Selenium on reversal of ochratoxicosis in broilers : Growth, haematological and Immunological study. Proceedings of XXII Worlds Poultry Congress, Istanbul Turkey.
- Kalorey, D. R., Pathak, Mukta, Bodade, Joti, Lonkar Prajkta and Kurkure, N. V. 2004. Effect of Toxiroak on combine mycotoxicosis in broilers. Proceedings of XXII Worlds Poultry Congress, Istanbul Turkey.
- Chousalkar, K., Bodade Joti, Kalorey, D. R., Datta Vikrant and Kurkure, N. V. 2004. Leucocytic and immunological response of broilers vaccinated with inactivated vaccine to vvIBDV challenge. Proceedings of XXII Worlds Poultry Congress, Istanbul Turkey.
- Kalorey, D. R., Dakshinkar, N. P. Kurkure, N. V., Shubhangi Warke and Sakhare, P. S. 2004. Antibacterial activity o an herbal ear drop for pets. The veterinarian 28 : 16-23.
- N. V. Kurkure, A. G. Bhandarkar, A. G. Ganorkar, S. W. Kolte and D. R. Kalorey 2004 New Castle disease concurrent with caecal coccidiosis in cockerels. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 28 : 58.
- D. R. Kalorey, N. V. Kurkure, J.S. Ramgaonkar, P. S. Sakhare, Shubhangi Warke, and N. K. Nigot, 2005. Effect of polyherbal feed supplement "Growell" during induced aflatoxicosis, ochratoxicosis and combine mycotoxicoses in broilers. Asian Australian J. Anim. Sci 18: 375-383.
- Kalorey, D. R Sakhare, P. S. and Kurkure, N. V. 2005. Effect of Toxiroak on immunological response during induced mycotoxicosis in broilers. Indian Veterinary Journal 82 : 486-489.
- Lonkar, P. P., Kalorey, D. R., Kurkure, N. V. and Chousalkar, K. K. 2005. Drug resistance in probiotics. Queensland Poultry Science Symposium. 23-28.
- N.V.Kurkure, S.W.Kolate, A.G.Ganorkar, S.S.Chopade, A.G.Bhandarkar.2005. Coccidiosis in kids.Ind. Vet. Med. J.Vol 29:75.
- V.V.Pande, N.V.Kurkure , A.G.Bandarkar. 2006. Effect of T2 toxin on growth, performance and haematobiochemical alteration in broiler..Ind. J. of experimental biology.Vol 44:86-88.
- N.V.Kurkure , V.V.Pande ,F.Thomas , A.G.Bhandarkar.2006.Seminoma in monorchid Guinea fowl (Numida meligris). J. of Vet. Med. Association.A 53, 22-23.
- N.V.Kurkure, S.W.Kolte, A.G.Bhandarkar, D.R.Kalorey.2006. Evaluation of herbal coccidiostat 'Coxynil' in broiler. Ind. J. of Exprimental Biology.44:740-744.
- P. S. Sakhare, S.G. Harne, D.R.Kalorey, S.R. Warke, A.G.Bhandarkar and N.V.Kurkure. 2007 . Effect of Toxirock polyherbal feed supplement during induced aflatoxicosis and combined mycotoxicosis in broilers. Venerinarski Arhiv. 77(2: 129-146.
- S.D.Narnaware, k.A. Sirothia and A.G.Bhandarkar.(2007). Ovarian tumours in buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis).Indian J. Vet. Pathol., 31(1):60-61.
- B.S. Baviskar, P.J. Gawande, D.K. Maske, A.K.Jayrao and A.G.Bhandarkar.(2007) Occurrence of Haemaphysalis ticks in leopard (Panthera pardus) at Nagpur. Zoos' prints, 22(7):8-10.
- Madhuri Hedau, S.S. Raut, A.G. Bhandarkar, A.G. Ganorkar and K.S. Ingle. 2008. Chollangiocellular carcinoma in leopard (Panthera pardus.) Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 32(1). 84-85.
- Madhuri Hedau, A.G. Bhandarkar, S.S. Raut and Kirti Sirothia. 2008. Experimental diclofenac toxicity in poultry- A pathological study. Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 32(2). 263-266
- Bahar Baviskar, Kailas Ingle, Priya Gawande, Sachin Raut, Kirty Sirothia and Arun Bhandarkar.2008. First report on occurrence of Babesia infection in Rohi (Boselaphus tragocamelus) from Central India. Z00's print. Number 1829
- Narnaware, S. D., Sirothia, K.A., Gawande, T.R. and Banthia, V.V. 2009. Different pathological conditions in ovaries of Nagpuri buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis). Indian Vet. Journal. 86: 127-128
- Madhuri Hedau, S.S. Raut, A.G. Bhandarkar and K.S. Ingle. 2009. Haematobiochemical changes in experimental paracetamol toxicity in poultry. Indian Journal of Poultry Science. 43(2). 235-237
- Poharkar A, Anuradha Reddy P, Gadge V.A. Kolte S. Kurkure N., Shivaji S. 2009. Is malaria the cause for decline in the wild population of the Indian White-backed vulture. Current Science. 96 (4). 553-558
- Bitsaktsis C, Rawool DB, Li Y, Kurkure NV, Iglesias B, Gosselin EJ. 2009. Differential requirements for protection against mucosal challenge with Francisella tularensis in the presence versus absence of cholera toxin B and inactivated F. Tularensis. J Immunology. 182(8). 4899-909.
- Madhuri Hedau, A.G. Bhandarkar, S.S. Raut and A.G. Ganorkar. 2009. Haematobiochemical changes in experimental nimesulide toxicity in poultry. Indian Veterinary Journal. 86: 1113-1115.
- Madhuri Hedau, S.S. Raut, A.G. Bhandarkar, N.V. Kurkure and A.G. Ganorkar. 2010. Effect of Moringa oleifera leaf and Butea frondosa flower supplementation on cockerels. Indian veterinary Journal. 87 :337-338.
- Sonkusale,P.M. A. G. Bhandarkar, N. V. Kurkure, K. Ravikanth, S Mani and D. Sood. 2010. Hepatoprotective activity of suprliv liquid and repchol in CCl4 induced FLKS syndrome in broilers. Int. Journal of Poultry Science. 10 : 49-55.
- Chopade, N.A., Kurkure, N.V., Tembhurne, P.A., Bhandarkar,A. G and Kalorey D.R. 2010. Detection of 5'Non coding region (5'NCR) of swine fever virus in tissues by RT-PCR. Indian J. of Comparative Microbiol. Immunol. Infect. Dis. 31 : 69-70.
- Sawarkar, A.R., P.M. Sonkusale, N.V. Kurkure, C.R. Jangade, S. Maini and K. Ravikanth 2011. Experimental Afla and Ochra-toxin Induced Mixed Myco-toxicosis in Broilers and its Amelioration with Herbomineral Toxin Binder 'Toxiroak Gold' International Journal of Poultry Science 10 : 560-566
- Chopade, N.A., N.V. Kurkure, P.A.Tembhurne, A.G. Bhandarkar, S.S. Rautmare and D.R. Kalorey 2011. Detection of swine fever virus in tissues by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction from field outbreaks in Maharashtra. Indian Veterinary Journal 88: 62-63.
- Joyti Bodade, D. R. Kalorey, N. V. Kurkure and S. S. Tongaonkar. Vitamin E as an adjuvant in NDV and IBDV vaccines for poultry. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 35 : 184-188.
- Mahaprabhu R, Bhandarkar AG, Jangir BL, Rahangadale SP, Kurkure NV. 2011. Ameliorative effect of ocimum sanctum on meloxicam induced toxicity in wistar rats. 18 :130-136.
- Kurkure, N.V., Madhuri Hedau, S.S.Raut, D.R.Kalorey and A.G. Bhandarkar, 2011. Genotypic characterization of Pasteurella multocida isolated from an outbreak of fowl cholera. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 35 :48-51
- P.M. Sonkusale., A.R. Sawarkar and P.D. Jumde. (2011). Haematobiochemical studies on induced ciprofloxacin toxicity in broilers (gallus gallus domesticus). Indian J. F. Veterinarians. 7(1). 52-57
- Vivek pande, Nitin Kurkure, Bhandarkar Arun, Kalorey Dewanand and Yamini Nagamalleshwari. 2011. Histopathological and electron microscopic changes in T-2 toxicosis in broiler chicks. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 35 : 21-26.
- J. Pratibha., D. Malaviya., Sonkusale , P.M. and Charade, P. ( 2011). Haemoprtozoan infection in stray dogs at Nagpur. Indian J. F. Veterinarians. 7(2). 55-56.
- Santosh Rahangadale, Nitin Kurkure, Baijnath Prajapati, Vandana Hedaoo, Arun G Bhandarkar 2012. Neuroprotective effect of vitamin E supplementation in wistar rat Treated with acrylamide. Toxicology International. 19 : 1-8.
- Jangir Babulal, Jaya Raut, Santosh Rahangdale, Manoj Patil, Arun Bhandarkar and Nitin Kurkure. 2012. Effect of Acrylamide toxicity on male reproductive system of Wistar rats. Indian Journal of veterinary Pathology. 36 : 37-40.
- Raut S. S., A. G. Ganorkar, A. G. Bhandarkar, Babu Lala Jangir, R. Mahaprabhu and N. V. Kurkure. 2012. Effect of trivalent chromium on hemato-biochemical and histopathological parameters at higher doses in broilers. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 36 : 73-79.
- Kolte S. W., Gahlod B. M., Chopde N. A. Khatoon S., Banubakode S. B., Kurkure N. V. 2013. Tropical bovine theileriuosis in a crossbreed cow. Indian Veterinary Journal. 90: 101-102.
- Chavan C.A., Kaore M. P. Hole A. S., Raut M. M., Bhandarkar A. G., Kurkure N. V. 2013. Canine Cutaneous Histocytoma. 96: 131-132.
- Khatoon S., Kolte S. W., Kurkure N. V, Chopde N. A., A. Jahan. 2013. Detection of tropical bovine theileriosis by polymerase chain reaction. J. Parasitic diseases. J. Parasitic diseases. DOI 10.1007/s12639-013-0270-0
- Franzoni G, Kurkure NV, Edgar DS, Everett HE, Gerner W, Bodman-Smith KB, Crooke HR, Graham SP. 2013. Assessment of the Phenotype and Functionality of Porcine CD8 T Cell Responses following Vaccination with Live Attenuated Classical Swine Fever Virus and Virulent Virus Challenge. Clin Vaccine Immunol. 20 (10). 1604-16.
- Jangir BL, Mahaprabhu R, Rahangadale S, Bhandarkar AG, Kurkure NV. 2013. Neurobehavioral alterations and histopathological changes in brain and spinal cord of rats intoxicated with acrylamide. Toxicol Ind Health. PMID 24193052.
- Franzoni G, Kurkure NV, Essler SE, Pedrera M, Everett HE, Bodman-Smith KB, Crooke HR, Graham SP. 2013. Proteome-wide screening reveals immunodominance in the CD8 T cell response against classical swine fever virus with antigen-specificity dependent on MHC class I haplotype expression. PLoS One. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0084246.
- Ajay D. Pathak, Zunjar B. Dubal,Swapnil Doijad, Abhay Raorane,Savio Rodrigues, Rajeshwar Naik, Shraddha Naik-Gaonkar, Dewanand R.Kalorey, Nitin V. Kurkure, Rajesh Naik and Sukhadeo B. Barbuddhe, 2014. Human brucellosis among pyrexia of unknown origin cases and occupationally exposed individuals in Goa Region, India. Emerging Health Threats Journal. http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ehtj.v7.23846
- Kamdi, B.P., Kulurkar, P.M., Sonkusale, P.M., Pande, R, Raut, S., Bhandarkar, A.G. and Kurkure, N.V. 2013. Fetal resorption in Asian Jackal - A case report. Indian J. of Field Veterinarian. 9(2). 71-72 Kamdi, B. P., Pande R, Sonkusale P.M.,and A.G. Bhandarkar. 2014 Pathology of snake bite in stray dog J. of Agriculture and Veterinary Science10(10) online
- Swati Umap, C. R. Jangde, V. Tiwari, R. P. Limsay, A Jahan, A. G. Bhandarkar and N. V. Kurkure. 2014. Amelioration of Dimethoate- induced toxicity by Morinda citrofolia in wistar albino rats. Indian J. Vet. Pathology. 38 (4): 244-249. C. A. Chavan, M. P. Kaore, A. D. Ingle, N. V. Kurkure, S. B. Akhare and A. G. Bhandarkar. 2014. Immunohistochemical study of a rare case of Bovine ameloblastoma. Indian J. Vet. Pathology.38 (4): 275-277. M. P. Kaore, N. V. Kurkure, N. R. Bulbule and M. M. Chawak. 2014. A case of Marek's disease in duck Indian J. Vet. Pathology 38(4): 289-291.
- Gogoi P, Morla S, Kaore M, Kurkure NV, Kumar S. 2015. Complete genome sequence of a Newcastle disease virus isolate from an outbreak in central India. Genome Announc. pii: e01418-14. doi: 10.1128/genomeA.01418-14.
- B.P. Kamdi, P.M. Sonkusale,S.W. Raut, R.K.Pande, A.G. Bhandarkar and N.V. Kurkure. 2015 Pathology and molecular diagnosis of chicken infectious anemia in Rhode Island Red (RIR) flock in natural outbreaks. Indian J. of Vet. Pathology, 39(1): 50-53,
- Rawool DB, Vergis J, Vijay D, Dhaka P, Negi M, Kumar M, Nair A, Poharkar KV, Kurkure NV, Kumar A, Malik SV, Barbuddhe SB. 2015. Evaluation of a PCR targeting fimbrial subunit gene (fimA) for rapid and reliable detection of Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli recovered from human and animal diarrhoeal cases. J. Microbiol Methods. 110:45-8. doi: 10.1016/j.mimet.2015.01.008. Epub.
- Husain AA, Daginawala HF, Warke SR, Kalorey DR, Kurkure NV, Purohit HJ, Taori GM, Kashyap RS 2015. Investigation of Immune Biomarkers Using Subcutaneous Model of M. tuberculosis Infection in BALB/c Mice: A Preliminary Report. Immune Netw. :15(2):83-90. doi: 10.4110/in.2015.15.2.83.
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