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|The adequate corpus luteum: miR-96 promotes luteal cell survival and progesterone production.
|| Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 102(7): 2188-2198.||2017|
|Health and nutritional management of wild animals in Indian zoos- A concept paper||Central Zoo Authority, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India publication (in press).||2017|
|Effect of extender and different storage temperature on keeping quality of crossbred LWY boar semen ||Pharma Innovation Journal 6(7): 1011-1014.||2017|
|A manual on `Chemical immobilization of Indian wild animals` ||Central Zoo Authority, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India publication (in press).||2017|
|microRNAs indicators of follicular steroidogenesis
||Reproduction Fertility and Development doi.org/10.1071/RD15282
|Characterization of microRNAs differentially expressed during bovine follicle development .
||Reproduction 148: 271-283
|Functional evaluation of miRNAs during bovine ovarian follicular/luteal development||World Congress of Reproductive Biology, Reproduction Abstracts (doi:10.1530/repabs.1.P023||2014|
|Involvement of miRNAs in equine follicle development
|MicroRNA expression during ovarian follicular differentiation
||Reproduction in Domestic Animals 47, 495-495.
|Involvement of miRNAs in ovarian follicular and luteal development-Review
||Journal of Endocrinology 215(3):323-34
|Identification of miRNAs associated with the follicular-luteal transition in the ruminant ovary.
|The 34,XY1,der(13) chromosome constitution with loss of Y2 is associated with unilateral testicular hypoplasia in the endangered Indian blackbuck antelope (Antilope cervicapra)
||Sexual development 6(5):240-246
|Ultrasonographic characterization of ovarian follicular development in the Indian blackbuck antelope (Antilope cervicapra).
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|Yohimbine antagonizes the anesthetic effects of ketamine-xylazine in captive Indian wild felids (lions, tigers and leopards)||Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia 36: 34- 41.||2009|
|Tolazoline antagonizes ketamine-xylazine anaesthesia in an endangered Black buck (A. cervicapra)||European Journal of Wildlife Research 55: 357-361||2009|
|Ejaculate characteristics, short-term semen storage and successful artificial insemination following synchronisation of oestrus in the Indian blackbuck antelope (Antilope cervicapra)||Reproduction, Fertility and Development 21: 749- 756||2009|
|Anesthesia induced by administration of xylazine hydrochloride with ketamine hydrochloride and reversal by administration of yohimbine hydrochloride in captive Axis deer||American Journal of Veterinary Research 68: 20 - 24||2007|
|Seasonal variations in the semen characteristics and testosterone levels, estrus synchronization and successful artificial inseminations in Indian Axis deer (Axis axis) ||Theriogenology 67: 1371-78||2007|
|Estrus behavior and fecal-steroid profiles in the Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica) during natural and gonadotropin-induced estrus ||Animal Reproduction Science 101: 313-25||2007|
|Role of reproductive biotechnologies in the conservation and management of wild animals [Book chapter].||“You deserve, we conserve- A biotechnological approach to wildlife conservation”, Eds. (MW Pandit, S Shivaji and Lalji Singh), IK International Publishers, New Delhi. pp. 29- 40.||2007|
|Semen characteristics of the Indian White-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) ||Biology of Reproduction 73: 1039 - 1045||2005|
|Semen characteristics, cryopreservation, and successful artificial inseminations in the Blue rock pigeon (Columba livia) ||Theriogenology 62: 139-153||2004|
|Conservation of wild animals by assisted reproduction and Molecular marker technology- Review ||Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 41: 710- 723||2003|