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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University

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College of Veterinary Science

Faculty Detail

Dr. Manjinder Sharma

Designation: Associate Professor
Contact Address:Department of Veterinary Physiology & Biochemistry, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana, Punjab 141004
Telephone : 0161-2414034
Mobile: +91-8198071768,

Academic Credentials

  • B.V.Sc. & A.H.
  • M.V.Sc.
  • Ph.D.

Teaching and Other Appointments

  • Teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Veterinary Physiology.

Area of Research Interests

  • Stem Cell Research
  • Ruminant Digestive Physiology

Ongoing Projects

Sr. No.Name FundingAgencyYear of Start
1.Clinical application of bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells from buffalo for allogenic and xenogenic cutaneous regeneration of chronic wounds..UGC                             01.07.2015 to 30.06.2018

Research Honour’s /Awards

  • Recipient of Merit Fellowship for pursuing Master’s Programme-2002-2004.
  • Recipient of Institute Fellowship funded by ICAR for Doctoral Programme-2006-2009.
  • Awarded with “Kamala Madan Memorial Young Scientist Award” for PhD work at SAPI Silver Jubilee International Conference held at IVRI, Izatnagar in year 2010.
  • Awarded with “The Jawaharlal Nehru Award for Post-Graduate Agricultural Research” for outstanding doctoral thesis in the field of Animal Sciences for the year 2011.

No. of Publications

Research: 27
Extension: 08    
Review/Article: 02   
Manuals: 03


  • Singh H., Lonare M.K., Sharma M., Udehiya R., Singla S., Saini S.P. and Dumka V.K. 2021. Interactive effect of carbendazim and imidacloprid on bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells: Oxidative stress, cytotoxicity and genotoxicity. Drug and Chemical Toxicology. DOI:10.1080/01480545.2021.2007023
  • Kaur N., Sharma M., Lonare M.K., Udehiya R. and Singh D. 2021. Bio-antioxidants protect the buffalo bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells against oxidative stress induced during freeze-thaw cycle. Toxicology International, 28(1): 17-30. 
  • Kaur N., Sharma M., Lonare M.K. and Singh D. 2020. Cytoprotective potential of curcumin and resveratrol during freeze-thaw cycle of buffalo bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells. Ruminant Science, 9 (2): 215-222. 
  • Patil N. V., Lonare M. K., Sharma M., Lalhriatpuia P. C., Saini S. P. S. and Rampal S. 2018. Hemato-biochemical alterations mediated by carbendazim exposure and  protective effect of quercetin in male rats. Toxicology International, 25(1): 7-18.
  • Devi P., Singh D., Sharma M. and Udehiya R. 2017. Evaluation of glycerol and dimethyl sulfoxide as cryoprotectants for cryopreservation of buffalo bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells. Indian Veterinary Journal, 94 (07): 30-32. 
  • Devi Pooja, Sharma M., Singh D., Lonare M.K. and Udehiya R. 2017. Viability and expression pattern of cryopreserved mesenchymal stem cells derived from buffalo bone marrow. Ruminant Science, 6 (1): 7-12.
  • Sharma, M., Kumar, R., and Sharma, G.T. 2015. Potential of allogeneic feeders to support the development of buffalo embryonic stem cells. Ruminant Science, 4(1): 181-84. 
  • Kumar, R., Ahlawat, S.P.S., Sharma, M., Verma, O.P., Kumar, G.S. and Sharma, G.T. 2014. Selection of appropriate isolation method based on morphology of blastocyst for efficient derivation of buffalo embryonic stem cells. Cytotechnology, 66: 239-250. DOI 10.1007/s10616-013-9561-7.
  • Sharma, M., Dubey, P.K., Kumar, R., Nath, A., Kumar, G.S. and Sharma, G.T. 2013. Developmental competence of buffalo (bubalus bubalis) pluripotent embryonic stem cells over different homologous feeder layers and the comparative evaluation with various extracellular matrices. International Journal of Stem Cells, 6(1): 26-36. 
  • Sharma, M., Kumar, R., Dubey, P.K., Verma, O.P., Nath, A., Kumar, G.S. and Sharma, G.T. 2012. Expression and quantification of Oct-4 gene in blastocyst and embryonic stem cells derived from in vitro produced buffalo embryos. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology- Animal, 48(4): 229-35.