Profile of Dr Monoj Brahmane

    

Name: Dr. Manoj Pandit Brahmane

Designation: Principal Scientist (Biotechnology-Animal Science)

Date of Birth: 12.11.1973

Area of Specialization: Fish Molecular Biology and Biotechnology; Expression of Muscle regulatory Factor genes in fish under Abiotic stress environment

Email Id: manoj.brahmane@icar.gov.in

Mobile: +91-8600609131; Phone: 02112-254057, Fax: 02112-254056

 

Education

Degree

Year of passing

University/ Institution

PhD (Animal Biotechnology)

2009

Department of Biotechnology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani

M.Sc. (Biotechnology)

1997

Dept. of Biotechnology, University of Pune, Pune

B.Sc. (Microbiology)

1994

University of Pune, Pune

 

Professional History

Position

Year

Organization

Principal Scientist

27.01.2018 to till date

ICAR- National Institute of Abiotic Stress Management, Baramati, Maharashtra

Scientist

27.01.2000 to 22.11.2010

ICAR- Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute, Barrackpore, Bengal

 

Publications

Publication’s List- (Top 10)

  1. Brahmane, M.P., Das, M.K., Sinha, M.R., Sugunan, V. V, Mukherjee, A., Singh, S.N., Prakash, S., Maurye, P., Hajra, A., 2006. Use of RAPD fingerprinting for delineating populations of hilsa shad Tenualosa ilisha (Hamilton, 1822) 5, 643–652.
  2. Manna, S. K., Brahmane, M. P., Manna, C., Batabyal, K. and Das, R. (2006). Occurrence, virulence characteristics and antimicrobial resistance of Escherichia coli O157 in slaughtered cattle and diarrhoeic calves in West Bengal, India. Lett. Appl. Microbiol. 43, 405–409.

  3. Manna, S K, Brahmane M P, Das R, Manna Chandana, B. S. (2006). Detection of Escherichia coli O157 in foods of animal origin by culture and multiplex polymerase chain reaction. J. Food Sci. Technol. 43, 77–79.

  4. Mishra S S, Brahmane M P, M. S. K. (2009). PCR Detection and DNA restriction profile analysis of Vibrio parahemolyticus isolates. Indian Vet. J. 86, 229–233.

  5. Mishra S S, Brahmane M P, M. S. K. (2009). PCR detection and genomic characterization of Aeromonas hydrophila isolates. Indian Vet J 86, 1000–1003.

  6. Brahmane, M.P., Krishnani, K.K., Sarkar, B., Sajjanar, B., Kumar, S., Nakhawa,  A D., Minhas, P.S., 2014. Growth , thermal tolerance and oxygen consumption in rohu , Labeo rohita early fry acclimated to four temperatures. African J. Agric. Res. 9, 854–858.

  7. Brahmane, M.P., Kundu, S.N., Das, M.K., Sharma,  A P., 2013. Low genetic diversity and absence of population differentiation of hilsa ( Tenualosa ilisha ) revealed by mitochondrial DNA cytochrome b region in Ganga and Hooghly rivers. African Journal of Biotechnology, 12, 3383–3389.

  8. Deb, R., Sajjanar, B., Singh, U., Kumar, S., Brahmane, M.P., Singh, R., Sengar, G., Sharma, A., 2013. Promoter variants at AP2 box region of Hsp70.1 affect thermal stress response and milk production traits in Frieswal cross bred cattle. Gene 532, 230–235.

  9. Gupta, A.K., Kumar, S., Sharma, P., Pal, Y., Dedar, R.K., Singh, J., Bhardwaj, A., Brahmane, M., Raut, A., Yadav, S.C., Kumar, B., 2016. Biochemical profiles of Indian donkey population located in six different agro-climatic zones. Comp. Clin.

  10. Krishnani, K.K., Boddu, V.M., Moon, D.H., Ghadge, S. V, Sarkar, B., Brahmane, M.P., Choudhary, K., Kathiravan, V., Meng, X., 2015. Metals Bioaccumulation Mechanism in Neem Bark. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 95, 414–9.

 

Awards/Fellowships/Recognitions

  • Department of Biotechnology MSc Fellowship 1995
  • CSIR-UGC-NET Research Fellowship 1997