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Monitoring and controlling ovarian activities in wild ungulates (Invited Review) Theriogenology 109:31-41.2018
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 paperCentral 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 2016
Characterization of microRNAs differentially expressed during bovine follicle development . Reproduction 148: 271-283 2014
Functional evaluation of miRNAs during bovine ovarian follicular/luteal developmentWorld Congress of Reproductive Biology, Reproduction Abstracts (doi:10.1530/repabs.1.P0232014
Involvement of miRNAs in equine follicle development Reproduction 146(3):273-82 2013
MicroRNA expression during ovarian follicular differentiation Reproduction in Domestic Animals 47, 495-495. 2012
Involvement of miRNAs in ovarian follicular and luteal development-Review Journal of Endocrinology 215(3):323-34 2012
Identification of miRNAs associated with the follicular-luteal transition in the ruminant ovary. Reproduction 144(2):221-233. 2012
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 2012
Ultrasonographic characterization of ovarian follicular development in the Indian blackbuck antelope (Antilope cervicapra). Small Ruminant Research 105 (1): 222-230. 2012
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: 357-3612009
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- 7562009
Anesthesia induced by administration of xylazine hydrochloride with ketamine hydrochloride and reversal by administration of yohimbine hydrochloride in captive Axis deerAmerican Journal of Veterinary Research 68: 20 - 242007
Seasonal variations in the semen characteristics and testosterone levels, estrus synchronization and successful artificial inseminations in Indian Axis deer (Axis axis) Theriogenology 67: 1371-782007
Estrus behavior and fecal-steroid profiles in the Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica) during natural and gonadotropin-induced estrus Animal Reproduction Science 101: 313-252007
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 - 10452005
Semen characteristics, cryopreservation, and successful artificial inseminations in the Blue rock pigeon (Columba livia) Theriogenology 62: 139-1532004
Conservation of wild animals by assisted reproduction and Molecular marker technology- Review Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 41: 710- 7232003
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