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Essentials of Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology

Autor Ramswaroop Singh Chauhan, Yashpal Singh Malik, M. Saminathan, Bhupendra Nath Tripathi
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 5 apr 2024
This textbook for graduate veterinary students provides basic concepts of veterinary immunopathology with particular reference to immunopathogenesis. The initial chapters provide up-to-date knowledge on important aspects of immunology, immunodeficiency disorders, hypersensitivity reactions, and autoimmune disorders of various animal species. The book examines different natural and synthetic immunomodulatory products that can modulate the immune system of animals. It discusses the immunopathogenesis and immunopathology of multiple diseases and immunopathological disorders in diverse animal species, including cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat, swine, equine, and laboratory animals. The book also covers the immunopathology of various body systems, including lungs, reproductive system, enteric system, mammary gland, joints, kidneys, and skin. It provides clinical manifestations that are useful in diagnosing immunopathological conditions. The book presents a highly informative text with high quality gross and microscopic photographs, diagrammatic presentations of immunopathological disorders and techniques, making it useful in both classrooms and professional training courses for students, researchers, and professionals alike.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9789819927173
ISBN-10: 981992717X
Ilustrații: XXVI, 609 p. 1 illus.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 1.11 kg
Ediția:1st ed. 2024
Editura: Springer Nature Singapore
Colecția Springer
Locul publicării:Singapore, Singapore

Cuprins

Chapter 1. Basic concepts in immunology.- Chapter 2. Biomarkers of immunopathology in veterinary.- Chapter 3. Hypersensitivity.- Chapter 4. Autoimmunity.- Chapter 5. Immunodeficiency.- Chapter 6. Immunomodulation.- Chapter 7. Immunopathology of Pneumonia in Animals.- Chapter 8. Immunopathology of Liver in Animals.- Chapter 9. Immunopathology of Diarrhea in Animals.- Chapter 10. Immunopathology of Reproductive Disorders of Animals.- Chapter 11. Immunopathology of Mastitis.- Chapter 12. Immunopathological Disorders of Kidneys.- Chapter 13. Immunopathological Disorders of Joints.- Chapter 14. Immunopathology of Skin Ailments.- Chapter 15. Immunological interventions for the management of coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19).- Chapter 16. Immunopathology of Parasitic Diseases of Animals.- Chapter 17. Immunopathological Disorders of Cattle and Buffalo.- Chapter 18. Immunopathological Disorders in Sheep, Goat, Wild Animals and Laboratory Animals.- Chapter 19. Immunopathological Disorders in Swine and Equine.- Chapter 20. Immunopathological Disorders of Pet Animals.- Chapter 21. Techniques in Immunopathology.- Chapter 22. Molecular Biology Techniques of Pivotal Importance in Veterinary Diagnostics.


Notă biografică

Prof. R.S. Chauhan is serving as Professor & Head, Veterinary Pathology at G.B. Pant University of Agric. & Tech., Pantnagar. He has served in various capacities, as National Fellow, Joint Director (CADRAD), ICAR-IVRI, Izatnagar, Director & Vice-Chancellor (Actg), ICAR-IVRI and Campus Director, IBT, Patwadangar. He has written over 100 books including 35 manuals, contributed 99 book chapters and published 231 research and 59 review papers. Prof. Chauhan has been bestowed with several prizes, medals and honours including Fellow National Academy of Veterinary Sciences, Fellow SIIP, Fellow IAVP, K.S. Nair Memorial Award, Vigyan Bharti Award, Best Teacher Award by GBPUAT, and Indo Asian-Claude Bourgelat Distinguished Innovative Scientist Award-2020 in Animal Immunopathology. He has been inducted in many national and international scientific/advisory committees and boards including Member, WHO/IPCS Committee on Environmental Health Criteria; Member, Hindi Advisory Committee, Govt. of India; Chairman, IAVP/VCI Committee on revision of Veterinary Pathology Courses; Member, Central Management Committee, AIIMS; Chairman, Cow Therapy Research Group, etc. His pioneer work includes immunopathology due to pesticides, heavy metals, mycotoxins and nanoparticles. He has supervised as Principal Investigator more than 25 research projects funded by national and state agencies.
Prof. Yashpal Singh Malik is serving as the Dean of the College of Animal Biotechnology, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana, India. He served as “ICAR National Fellow” at ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute. His areas of expertise are rotaviral diseases, viral disease epidemiology, microbial biodiversity, host-virus interactions, and pathogen-diagnostics. He has pursued advanced studies in molecular virology at the University of Minnesota, USA; University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; and Wuhan Institute of Virology, Wuhan, China. He is the recipient of several prestigious national, state and academy awards and honours, including the ICAR-Jawaharlal Nehru Award, Fellowships by the Academy of Microbiological Sciences, National Academy of Dairy Sciences, India, National Academy of Biological Sciences, and Indian Virological Society. He has authored/edited 18 books, 61 book chapters, and published over 257 research and review articles in journals of repute. Prof. Malik has been associated with societies of international repute, like, the World Society for Virology (USA) as Secretary General, member “One Health Group” in Federation of Asian Veterinary Association (FAVA) and member Working Group Pharmaceutical Stewardship in World Veterinary Association (WVA). He has served as Member International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) on Birnaviridae and Picobirnaviridae study group and now serving World Health Organization (WHO) in the Picobirnaviridae Family Group.
Dr. M. Saminathan, is working as Scientist (SS) in the Centre for Animal Disease Research and Diagnosis (CADRAD), ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar. He possesses research, disease investigation, and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experiences in Veterinary Pathology. He has done research in mammary cancer, bluetongue virus, canine adenovirus, and rabies. He has handled more than 10 research projects as PI and Co-PI. He has used immunological assays like immunohistochemistry, fluorescent antibody test, fluorescence-activated cell sorting, etc. to assess the immune responses. Dr. Saminathan has published more than 80 research and review articles, 7 books and book chapters. He has been awarded IAVP-Prof. S. Ramachandran Memorial Award, IAVP-Dr Ram Raksha Kiran Shukla Award, IAVP-Dr C.M. Singh Memorial Award, IAVP-Dr Balwant Singh Memorial Young Scientist Award, IAVP-Dr Patri Rama Rao Memorial Award, and IAVP-Dr B.S. Rajya Memorial Award. He has been acting as Member of Anti Plagiarism Cell, Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Subject Matter Specialist on revision of ARS Syllabus for Veterinary Pathology Course, and IVRI Newsletter. He has been actively serving as Editor, Editorial Board Member and Reviewer in various International and National journals.

Dr. Bhupendra N. Tripathi, PhD, FRCPath, DICVP, serves as Deputy Director General (Animal Science) in the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi. He served as Head, Animal Health Division, CSWRI-Avikanagar, Director, National Institute for Animal Health Baghpat, and Director ICAR-National Research Centre on Equines, Hisar.  He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Animal Health Compton UK, and the Moredun Research Institute Edinburgh. Dr Tripathi’s research focuses on experimental animal model for various diseases, host-pathogen interaction, and virus replication mechanisms involving the role of host kinases and inhibitor molecules against viruses for the development of antiviral drugs. Diagnostics and vaccine development, including the one against lumpy skin disease have been his other research areas. He has published over 250 research and review papers in high impact journals, books, book chapters, manuals and 11 patents. Dr. Tripathi is the President of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists and Ex-Chief Editor of Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. He is the recipient of several awards and honours, including 9 fellowships for his outstanding research, innovation and technology development. He has been a member of Indian delegation to OIE, FAO, WHO, BIMSTEC meetings and policy/statutory/academic bodies and attended several international professional meetings.


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This textbook for graduate veterinary students provides basic concepts of veterinary immunopathology with particular reference to immunopathogenesis. The initial chapters provide up-to-date knowledge on important aspects of immunology, immunodeficiency disorders, hypersensitivity reactions, and autoimmune disorders of various animal species. The book examines different natural and synthetic immunomodulatory products that can modulate the immune system of animals. It discusses the immunopathogenesis and immunopathology of multiple diseases and immunopathological disorders in diverse animal species, including cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat, swine, equine, and laboratory animals. The book also covers the immunopathology of various body systems, including lungs, reproductive system, enteric system, mammary gland, joints, kidneys, and skin. It provides clinical manifestations that are useful in diagnosing immunopathological conditions. The book presents a highly informative text with high quality gross and microscopic photographs, diagrammatic presentations of immunopathological disorders and techniques, making it useful in both classrooms and professional training courses for students, researchers, and professionals alike.

Caracteristici

Discusses immunopathogenesis and immunopathology of various animal diseases
Provides an overview of different immunopathological techniques
Reviews the immunopathology of multiple systems of the animal body