Dr. Yengkhom Damodar Singh

Contact: 
+91-9436960330
Qualification: 
M.V.Sc.
Ph.D.
Teaching Staff
Assistant Professor

Specialization             : Veterinary Pathology (Plant toxicolopathology)

Research projects      :

  1. To develop standardized polyherbal formulation of medicinal plants for use as anticoccidial agent for poultry (As Co-PI: DBT/Completed).
  2. Haemoglobin variants and haemoglobinopathies screening in Mizoram population (As Co-PI: DBT/Completed).
  3. Viral metagenomic profiling of native and migratory aquatic birds of North-Eastern states to unravel influenza virus ecology harbored in them (As Co-PI: DBT/Completed).
  4. Molecular epidemiology and diagnosis of viral and bacterial poultry diseases in Mizoram, India (As Co-PI: DBT/Completed).
  5. Histopathological studies on necropsy samples of livestock, wildlife and poultry with non-specific or no gross lesions for disease diagnosis (As Co-PI: DBT/Completed).

Publications               :

(A) BOOKS                :

  1. Y. Damodar Singh, S.K. Mukhopadhayay and M.A. Ayub Shah (2012). Eupatorium adenophorum toxicity: A toxicopathological study in mice as a model (ISBN: 978-3-8465-4704-5). Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
  2. Y. Damodar Singh (2013). Immunotoxicity of Eupatorium adenophorum (Sticky snakeroot) in mice - A mice model study (ISBN: 978-3-639-70595-9). Scholars Press, Germany.
  3. Y. Damodar Singh (2014). Pathology of plant poisonings in animals: A guide to practitioners and farmers (ISBN: 978-3-659-56137-5). Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
  4. T.K Rajkhowa and Y. Damodar Singh (2014). Clinicopathology, diagnosis, prevention and control of PRRS and CSF: A training manual (ISBN: 978-3-659-57535-8). Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
  5. Lhaki Doma Bhutia and Y. Damodar Singh (2017). Common viral diseases of poultry in Mizoram: A pathological study (ISBN: 978-3-330-32961-4). Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
  6. Amlyne Gabil Momin and Y. Damodar Singh (2017). Viral diseases of chicken in and around Shillong, Meghalaya (ISBN: 978-620-2-00464-0). Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
  7. Y. Damodar Singh (2017). Veterinary Toxicopathology – A Handbook (ISBN: 978-620-2-05648-9). Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.

(B) RESEARCH ARTICLES:

  1. R.K. Joshi, Namita Joshi, Vivek Kumar Shukla, D. Niyogi, Y. Damodar Singh and S.K. Mukhopadhayay (2009). Loop-mediated isotherm AL amplification of DNA (Lamp): A novel tool for diagnosis. J. Interacad. 13(3): 387-395.
  2. Kumar, S., Niyogi, D., Kumar, D., Singh, Y. Damodar, Sarkar, S. and Mukhopadhayay, S.K. (2009). Clinicopathological changes of induced levofloxacin toxicity in croiler chickens. Indian J Vet Path. 33(2).180-182.
  3.  Jana, S., Mukhopadhayay, S.K., Niyogi, D., Singh, Y.Damodar and Thiyagaseelan, C. (2009). Epidemio-pathological studies of gout in broiler birds in West Bengal. Indian J Vet Path. 33(2): 222-224.
  4. Dey, P.P., Niyogi, D., Sarkar, S., Singh, Y.D., Patra, N.C. and Mukhopadhayay, S.K. (2009). Study on incidence of diseases in meat type birds in and around Kolkata. J. Interacad. 13(4): 477-480.
  5. M. Ayub Ali, L. Inaotombi Devi, W.M. Lyngdoh, Gunjan Das, H. Prasad, Kh. Victoria Chanu, M. Prava, T.C. Tolenkhomba, Y. Damodar Singh and M.C. Lallianchhunga (2011). Comparative biochemical profile of Ascaradia galli infected broiler chickens on administration of pineapple and neem leaves and piperazine. International Journal of Poultry Science. 10(7): 542-546.
  6. Y. Damodar Singh, S.K. Mukhopadhayay, M. Ayub Ali, T.C. Tolenkhomba and M.A. Ayub Shah (2011). Short-term toxicity studies of Eupatorium adenophorum in Swiss albino mice. Int. J. Res. Phytochem. Pharmacol. 1(3): 165-171.
  7. Dhanalakshmi, S., Ganguly, S., Pal, Singh, Y.D., Pradhan, S., Patra, N.C., Kalai, K., Pandit, S. and Mukhopadhayay, S.K. (2011). Investigation on experimentally induced Ochratoxicosis and effect of Picrorrhiza kurroa on pathology and immune response in broilers. Indian J Vet Path. 35(2): 180-183.
  8. Samanta, A., Niyogi, D., Ganguly, Singh, Y.D., Pal, S., Pradhan, S., Patra, N.C. and Mukhopadhayay, S.K. (2011). Study on immunosuppressive effect of vaccination against infectious bursal disease. Indian J Vet Path. 35(2): 227-229.
  9. Y. Damodar Singh, S.K. Mukhopadhayay, M.A. Ayub Shah, M. Ayub Ali and T.C. Tolenkhomba (2012). Pathology of Eupatorium adenophorum (Sticky snakeroot) toxicity in mice. International Multidisciplinary Research Journal. 2(2): 16-21.
  10. T. C. Tolenkhomba, D. S. Konsam, N. Shyamsana Singh, Prava M., Y. Damodor Singh, M. Ayub Ali and E. Motina (2012). Factor analysis of body measurements of local cows of Manipur, India. International Multidisciplinary Research Journal. 2(2): 77-82.
  11. Y. Damodar Singh, S.K. Mukhopadhayay, M.A. Ayub Shah, M. Ayub Ali and T.C. Tolenkhomba (2012). Effects of Eupatorium adenophorum on antioxidant enzyme status in a mice model. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science.  4 (Suppl. 1): 436-439.
  12. S.C. Rao, S.K. Mukhopadhayay, S. Ganguli, D.P. Isore, Y.D. Singh and K.S. Singh (2012). Investigation on affected lymph nodes of sheep collected from abattoirs in Kolkata, India. Explor. Anim. Med. Res. 1(2): 177-180.
  13. T.K. Rajkhowa, Devajani Deka, Y. Damodar Singh and S. Mukherjee (2012). Intestinal coccidiosis with intussusception in Giriraja chicken: A pathological study. Indian J. Vet. Pathol. 36(1): 112-113.
  14. M. Ayub Ali, H. Prasad, W.M. Lyngdoh, Gunjan Das, Prava, M., K.H. Victoria Chanu, T.C. Tolenkhomba, Y. Damodar Singh, Lalsanglura Ralte and L. Inaotombi (2013). Biochemical profile of broiler chickens experimentally infected with Ascaridia galli. Indian J. Anim. Res. 47(1): 17-22.
  15. Y. Damodar Singh, S.K. Mukhopadhayay, M. Ayub Ali and T.C. Tolenkhomba (2014). Antioxidant enzyme activities of mice intoxicated with Eupatorium adenophorum (Sticky snakeroot) leaf extract. Proc. International conference cum exhibition on “Drug discovery and development from natural resources”, RIPANS, Aizawl, Mizoram (February 5-6, 2014). Pp 32-41 (ISBN: 978-81-923224-1-4).
  16. T.C. Tolenkhomba, N. Manoranjan Singh, Prava Mayengbam, N. Shyamsana Singh, Y. Damodar Singh and M. Ayub Ali (2014). Beta casein variants in local cattle of north-east India. Proc. International conference cum exhibition on “Drug discovery and development from natural resources”, RIPANS, Aizawl, Mizoram (February 5-6, 2014). Pp 150-154 (ISBN: 978-81-923224-1-4).
  17. Y. Damodar Singh (2014). Biochemical alterations in mice associated with Eupatorium adenophorum (Sticky snakeroot) induced hepatotoxicity. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  3(6): 1471-1481.
  18. Y. Damodar Singh (2014). Antioxidant enzyme activities of mice treated with Eupatorium adenophorum (Sticky snakeroot) leaf extract for 60 days. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  3(6): 1482-1492.
  19. Y. Damodar Singh (2014). Biochemical changes in mice treated with Eupatorium adenophorum (Sticky snakeroot) for 60 days. International Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Analysis.  1(4): 183-189.
  20. Y. Damodar Singh (2014). In-vivo antioxidant enzyme activities of Eupatorium adenophorum (Sticky snakeroot) leaf extract. International Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Analysis.  2(1): 12-17.
  21. Lhaki Doma Bhutia and Y. Damodar Singh (2014). Pathological studies on viral diseases of poultry in Mizoram. CAU Research Newsletter. 5(2): 24-26.
  22. Singh YD, Arya RS (2015). Clinico-pathology, diagnosis and management of Cysticercus fasciolaris and Hymenolepis diminuta co-infection in wistar rats. Veterinary World, 8(1): 116-120.
  23. T.K. Rajkhowa, Devajani Deka and Y. D. Singh (2015). Occurrence of aspergillosis in Giriraja chicken from Aizawl, Mizoram. Indian J. Vet. Pathol., 39(1): 95-97.
  24. Dr. Y. Damodar Singh (2015). Measly pork – A hidden health problem. Asian Journal of Science and Technology, 6(5): 1393-1396.
  25. Y. Damodar Singh (2016). Effects of Eupatorium adenophorum leaf extract on cell-mediated immune response in mice. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  5(1): 1318-1327.
  26. Y. Damodar Singh (2016). Effects of Eupatorium adenophorum leaf extract on humoral immune response in mice. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  5(1): 1328-1339.
  27. Lhaki Doma Bhutia and Y. Damodar Singh* (2016). Pathological studies on viral diseases of poultry in Mizoram, India. Indian Journal of Applied Research. 6(9): 30-34.
  28. Rahul Singh Arya, Y. Damodar Singh, Ravindran R. And Tridib Kumar Rajkhowa (2016). Necropsy based diagnosis of ulcerative enteritis in Japanese quail (Coturnixcoturnix japonica). CAU Research Newsletter. 7(2): 18.
  29. Amlyne Gabil Momin and Y. Damodar Singh* (2016). Studies on occurrence and pathology of viral diseases in chicken in and around Shillong, Meghalaya. CAU Research Newsletter. 7(2): 31-32.
  30. Gogoi A., Rajkhowa T.K.*, Singh Y.D., Ravindran R., Arya R.S., Hauhnar L. (2017). Epidemiology of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) outbreak in India. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(1): 31-37.
  31. L.D. Bhutia and Y. Damodar Singh* (2017). Incidence of hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome in broiler chickens of Mizoram, India. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(1): 57-59.
  32. L.D. Bhutia, T.K. Rajkhowa, Ravindran R., R.S. Arya, P. Roychoudhury, R.K. Mandakini and Y.D. Singh* (2017). Infectious bursal disease (IBD) outbreak in poultry population of Mizoram, India. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(1): 63-66.
  33. Lhaki Doma Bhutia and Dr. Damodar Singh, Y.* (2017). Occurrence of infectious laryngotracheitis in poultry population of Mizoram, India. International Journal of Current Research. 9(6): 51706-51710.
  34. Amlyne G. Momin and Dr. Damodar Singh, Y.* (2017). Studies on occurrence and pathology of viral diseases in chicken in and around Shillong, Meghalaya. International Journal of Current Research. 9(7): 53898-53904.
  35. L.J. Kikon, T.K. Rajkhowa, R.S. Arya, Y.D. Singh and R. Ravindran R. (2017). Seroprevalence of Porcine Circovirus Type-2 (PCV2) and molecular diagnosis of PCV2 associated reproductive failure in pig population of Nagaland. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(2): 79-83.
  36. L.D. Bhutia, T.K. Rajkhowa, Ravindran R., R.S. Arya, P. Roychoudhury, R.K. Mandakini and Y.D. Singh* (2017). Occurrence of Newcastle disease in poultry population of Mizoram, India. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(2): 151-154.
  37. L.D. Bhutia and Y. Damodar Singh* (2017). Marek’s disease outbreak in poultry population of Mizoram, India. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(3): 224-227.
  38. L.D. Bhutia and Y. Damodar Singh* (2017). Occurrence of lymphoid leukosis in poultry population of Mizoram. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(3): 228-231.
  39. Amlyne G. Momin and Y. Damodar Singh* (2017). Pathology and molecular diagnosis of viral diseases affecting chickens in and around Shillong, Meghalaya. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 41(4): 268-276.
  40. Amlyne G. Momin and Damodar Singh, Y.* (2018). Pathology and molecular diagnosis of fowl pox in Shillong, Meghalaya. International Journal of Current Research. 10(3): 66494-66497.
  41. Amlyne G. Momin and Damodar Singh, Y.* (2018). Molecular diagnosis of infectious bursal disease outbreak in chickens in and around Shillong, Meghalaya. International Journal of Current Research. 10(3): 66504-66508.
  42. Amlyne G. Momin and Damodar Singh, Y.* (2018). Pathology and molecular diagnosis of Newcastle disease in chickens in and around Shillong, Meghalaya. International Journal of Current Research. 10(3): 66521-66524.
  43. Y. Damodar Singh* and S. Mukherjee (2018). Clinicopathology and diagnosis of Marek’s disease and coccidiosis co-infection in Giriraja chicken in Manipur. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 42(1): 77-80.

(C) POPULAR ARTICLES:

  1. Dr. Y. Damodar Singh (2008). An article “Bird flu: An Emerging Threat to Mankind”. People’s Science Network. 4 (4): 15-20.