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This group will focus on the application of biotechnology tools for rapid multiplication of genetically superior/ enhanced animals.

NIAB will set up collaborations for large scale application of reproductive technologies in the nationally managed dairy herd.

The list of specializations within this area includes:

  • Animal cloning
  • Stem cell research
  • Safety and quality control standards for production of gametes and embryo
  • Addressing infertility problems

Ongoing Research Projects:

Effect of kisspeptin on endocrine profile and follicular dynamics in buffaloes. PI: Dr. Sathya Velmurugan; Funding Agency: DBT; Collaborators: Dr. Arunakumari Gangineni, College of Veterinary Science, PVNR TVU, Dr. Madhuri Subbiah (NIAB) and Dr. T. Raghunandan (PVNR TVU).
 
Mission & Vision

Mission: Development of sustainable and  globally competitive livestock industry through innovative technology.

Vision: To demonstrate excellence in promoting and commercializing leads in biotechnology and to produce globally competitive livestock products, pharmaceuticals and biologicals for animal health care.

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Seeking Application for Project Internship / Post-graduate Training Programme / Project Work / Dissertation Work: for Six Months at NIAB for JULY-DECEMBER 2019 session

Project Internship / Post-graduate Training Programme / Project Work / Dissertation Work

National Symposium on Thrust Areas of Relevance to Livestock Research during 27-28 March 2018

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