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Dr. Vijay Kumar Saxena

Designation:   Scientist(Biochemistry), Physiology and Biochemistry Division (Official e-mail id: apb.cswri@gmail.com)

Contact Details:  Division of Physiology and Biochemistry Division,CSWRI Avikanagar (Post), Malpura (Tehsil), Tonk- Dist, Rajasthan- 304501

Phone No. : 01437 220165(O), (R)
Mobile No. : 8890833785
Fax No. : 01437 220163
Email Id : drvijaysaxena@gmail.com

Academic Background

Degree
Year
University / Institute
BVSc and A.H
2001
Pondicherry University
MVSc (Animal Biotechnology )
2006
IVRI
Ph.D.
 
 
Post Doc
 
 


Research Experience:


Research Experience
 
1.         
ICAR
2year 10 months

Awards and Professional Affiliations

Awards

1.
Govt. of Pondicherry, Chief Secretariat Award for 1st Rank in ICAR All India P.G. Entrance Examination. (2006)
2.
Dr. Nand Kumar Memorial Award Gold medal in subject of Animal Genetics & Breeding during B.V.Sc. & A.H for securing highest Grade point average(2006)
3.
JRF award by Council of Science and Industrial Research (CSIR)in life sciences in 2007 and 2008(twice).
4.
Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) award from Department of Biotechnology ,Ministry of Science and Technology, India through All India DBT-JRF entrance examination (2008)
5.
Senior Research fellowship award in Animal Biotechnology by Indian council of Agricultural research.
6.
MHRD Fellowship awarded for qualifying GATE with 98.94 percentile.
 
Professional Affiliations
 
 
1.
ISSGPU
Life member
 
Best Ten Research Publication’s
 
1.         
Vijay Kumar Saxena, Rajib Deb, Sameer Srivatava, C Kantaraja, Arvind Kumar and Satish Kumar (2012)” “Functionalizing gold nanoparticles with bluetongue virus multiple peptide antigens utilizing gold-thiol interaction: A novel approach to develop pen side test” Research journal in veterinary science, Res Vet Sci() (2012) PMID 22657145
2.         
Vijay Kumar Saxena, Sameer Srivastava, Satish Kumar, S.M.K Naqvi (2011), “ Conformational analysis of synthesized ovine kisspeptin 13 using circular dichroism spectroscopy” American journal of molecular biology and biochemistry  1(4) :368-374 
3.         
Neeta longjam, A.K. Sarmah, Rajib Deb, Vijay Kumar Saxena and Tilling tayo (2012) Comparative evaluation of three diagnostic tests for detection of foot and mouth disease virus of Indian origin Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 82 (3): 1–00,March 2012 
4.         
Rajib Deb, Vivek Singh, Vijay Kumar Saxena(2011), Conventional vs. Recombinant Antigen Based Detection  of Mycobacterim avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in Animals, Online Veterinary journal (www.vetscan.co.in) 
5.         
Neeta Longjam , Rajib Deb,Basavraj S. Mathapati , Tilling Tayo , Vijay Kumar Saxena and A.K. Sarmah(2011) ”Reverse transcriptase PCR based diagnosis of Foot and Mouth Disease virus serotype O in clinical samples collected from Assam” Biotechnology International journal
6.         
Rajib Deb, Vijay Kumar Saxena and P.P. Goswami (2011) “Diagnostic tools against mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in animals: a review” Agri. Review, 32 (1) : 46 – 54 
7.         
Neeta Longjam, Rajib Deb, A.K.Sarmah, Tilling Tayo, V.B. Awachat and Vijay Kumar Saxena (2011) “"A brief review on diagnosis of Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) of livestock: Conventional to Molecular tools” ,Veterinary medicine international10.4061/2011/905768
8.         
Neeta Longjam , A.K. Sarmah, Rajib Deb, Basavraj Mathapati Vijay Kumar Saxena and Tilling Tayo (2011) “Detection of foot and mouth disease by sandwich ELISA, viral isolation andmultiplex PCR disease virus serotype O” Online Journal of Veterinary Research 15 (1): 76-92 
9.         
Ramesh.D, Sadeesh E.M, Rajib Deb, B.Sailo, Vijay Kumar Saxena and V.G. Joshi (2010) “Prediction of MHC I binding epitopes in gene fragment encoding 183 amino acids of Mycobacterium bovis var Bacillus Calmette Guerin (BCG) strain. Biotechnology International3(2&3):29-32. 
10.      
Rajib Deb,Ramesh D.,Vijay kumar Saxena and Sudeesh E.M. (2010) “Real Time PCR – a robust molecular technique for ever”  Asian J. of Bioscience5 (1) :166-168



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