Curricullaun Viate
1. Name Dr. Devendra Singh Chauhan
2. Designation: Scientist –E
3. Complete Postal Address, Telephone Number, Fax, e-mail etc.
Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology,
National JALMA Institute for Leprosy & Other Mycobacterial
Diseases, Dr. M. Myazaki Marg, Tajganj , Agra -282001 (INDIA).
Telephone no. +91 2331751-54 (Ext. 213)
Fax: (91)-(562)-2331755;
4. Date of Birth: 01/06/1966
5. Date of Joining 07/11/2001
6. Date of joining of present post 01/09/2015
7. Educational Qualification : M Sc. Ph.D
8. Awards/ Fellowship/ Honors
Young scientist award for best paper presentation awarded by Society of Immunology
and Immunopathology (SIIP) in 2004.
ICMR-INSERM Fellowship for France awarded by Indian Council of Medical Research,
New Delhi in 2004.
Best meritorious award awarded by International Conference of Leprosy given by Sh.
Reddy, H'ble Health Minister, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh in 2008.
Best Research Paper award at First International Conference of ASEAN and National
Conference on TB and Chest Diseases (NATCON) given by H'ble Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
in 2008.
ICMR-International fellowship for training at Louisiana State University, US awarded
by Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi in 2010
ICMR-Travel fellowship to present research paper in 11
th
International Conference on
Paratuberculosis at Sydney, Australia awarded by Indian Council of Medical Research,
New Delhi in 2012.
9. Research Projects handled as Principal Investigator
S.No
Title of Project
Funding Agency
Period
1
Development of primers and probes for
detection mutations associate with
Rifampicin, Isoniazid and Ethambutol
resistance in Indian M.tuberculosis
isolates and clinical samples by Real
Time PCR
Department of Biotechnology,
New Delhi
(BT/PR/780/MED/14/1152/200
6)
2006-2010
(Completed)
2
Sourcing of strains of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis, DNA & proteins
(OSDD)
Council of Scientific &
Industrial Research, New Delhi
(No 41/3/IAP-08/11FYP/2007-
008/RDPD)
2009-2013
(Completed)
3
Line Probe Assay
Foundation for Innovative New
Diagnostics (FIND), New
Delhi
2009 – Cont.
(On-going)
4
Study on genetic polymorphism in
Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates
from tuberculosis patients from
Sahariya Tribe of North central India
Indian Council of Medical
Research, New Delhi
(Tribal/37/2008-ECD-II)
2010-2013
(Completed)
5
Study on genetic polymorphism in
Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates
from tuberculosis patients among the
victims of Bhopal Gas Disaster
Indian Council of Medical
Research, New Delhi
(No. 66/154/2010-NCD-II)
2010-2013
(Completed)
6
Outreach programme on Zoonotic
diseases (Tuberculosis)
Indian Council of Agriculture
Research, New Delhi (No.14
(1)/2009-ASR-IV
2009-cont
(On-going)
7
Crohn's disease in India: A multicenter
study from a country where intestinal
tuberculosis as well as Johne’s Disease
is endemic (ICMR, New Delhi)
Indian Council of Medical
Research, New Delhi
(No 5/8/5/28/TF/2013/ECD-I)
2015-2018
(On-going)
8
DNA Fingerprinting of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis isolates from defined
population by using IS-6110 probe.
Intra mural
2002-cont
(On-going)
9
Spoligotyping – A secondary
molecular marker for typing of
Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates
with low copy numbers of IS6110.
Intra mural
2002-cont
(On-going)
10 List of Patents filed/granted
(As a core scientist in Group of Dr V M Katoch , Former Secretary DHR & DG , ICMR)
1. Development of New PCR-RFLP assays targeting 16S and 16-23 S spacer plus flanking
region which have been found to be directly applicable to clinical specimens for the
characterization of mycobacterial species. (Indian patent No. 242073).
2. Novel proteins of M.leprae as potential therapeutic targets. (Indian Patent Application
No- . 2071/DEL/2007)
3. Development of indigenous DNA chip for Mycobacterium leprae: Identification of novel
targets with potential application in therapeutics / diagnostics. (Indian Patent Application
No- 2012/DEL/2006)
4. Development of probes and primers for identification of mycobacterial proteins useful as
potential drug targets . (Indian Patent Application Nos- 884/DEL/2007).
11. Scientific Conferences/ workshop organized
Organize ‘2n
d
Bioinformatics orientation cum training workshop’ at NJIL&OMD, Agra
(24-29 December, 2007).
Organize ‘3
rd
Bioinformatics orientation cum training workshop’ at NJIL&OMD, Agra
(13-19 Sept, 2009).
Organize ‘6
th
annual conference of Association of Medical Microbiologist UP Chapter’
(UP MICROCON-2010) at NJIL&OMD, Agra (13-15 March, 2010).
Organize Hands on work shop on Hands- on Workshop on “Bio-Safety and Bio-Security”
(April 6-10, 2015) at National JALMA Institute for Leprosy and Other Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra.
Organize Joint National workshop on “Good laboratory Practices ”(May 11-12, 2015) at
Department of Biotechnology, Manglayatan University, Aligarh and National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy and Other Mycobacterial Diseases, Agra
12. Publications (Total number-108)
Sr
No
Title of paper
01
Chauhan D S and Gautam R K. Impact of CO and SO2 on brain phosphatases in
Funabulus pennantai - a histochemical study. Him. J. Env. Zool. 1992 Vol 6 ; 65-68
02
Gautam R K and Chauhan D S. CO and SO2- effect brain lipids in Funabulus
pennantai - a histochemical study. Ad. Bios. 1994. Vol 13 (1) ; 31-36
03
Gautam R K and Chauhan D S. Biochemical alterations in brain and lungs of common
ground squirrel Funabulus pennantai after CO and SO2 exposures. Bull. of Pure and
Appl Sci . 1994. Vol 13 A(2) ; 89-93
04
Singh D, Sharma V D and Chauhan D S . DNA fingerprinting of techniques for
Mycobacteria. CJIL Quart Bull, 1997, Dec 4 : 1-5
05
Singh H B, Katoch K, Natarajan M, Sharma R K , Gupta U D, Sharma V D, Singh D,
Chauhan D S, Srivasatava K and Katoch V M. Effect of treatment on PCR positivity in
multibacillary leprosy patients treated with conventional and newer drugs oflaxacin and
minocycline. Acta Lepro 1999 Vol 11 (4) : 179-182
06
Beerbal, Sachan A S , Singh D, Gupta R K , Chauhan D S, Sharma V D and Katoch V
M. Application of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for detection of M.tuberculosis in
sputum specimens. Ind. J Tub; 1999, Vol 46, 235-238
07
Chauhan D S, Dinesh D S, Singh D, Sharma V D and Katoch V M. Screening sand flies
for natural infection with Leishmanai donovani, using a non -radioactive probe based on
the total DNA of the parasite. Annals of Trop Med & Parasitol; 2000. Vol 94 (5): 447-451
08
Siddiqi N, Shamim M, Amin A, Chauhan D S, Das R, Srivastava K, Singh D, Sharma V
D, Katoch V M,, Sharma S K, Hanif M,Hasnain S E. Typing of drug resistant isolates of
Mycobacterium tuberculosis from India using the IS 6110 element reveals substantive
polymorphism. Infec Gen Evol; 2001 : 109-116
09
Gupta, UD, Katoch K, Sharma RK, Singh HB, Natragan M, Singh D, Sharma VD,
Chauhan D S, Das R, Srivastava K, Katoch VM. Analysis of quantitative relationship
between viability determination in leprosy by MFP, ATP bioluminescence and gene
amplification assay. Int J Lepr Other Mycobact Dis.2001 Dec;69(4):328-34
10
Malhotra B, Pathak S, Vyas L, Katoch VM, Srivastava K, Chauhan D S, Singh D,
Sharma VD, Das R, Singh HB. Drug susceptibility profiles of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis isolates at Jaipur. Ind J Med Microbiol. 2002 Apr-Jun;20(2):76-8
11
Singh HB, Chauhan D S, Singh D, Das R, Srivastava K, Yadav VS, Kumar A, Katoch
VM, Sharma VD. Rapid discrimination of Indian isolates of M. tuberculosis by random
amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis. Ind J Med Microbiol. 2002 Apr-
Jun;20(2):69-71.
12
Gupta P, Katoch VM, Gupta UD, Chauhan D S, Das R, Singh D, Srivastava K, Singh
HB, Sharma VD.A preliminary report on characterization and identification of non
tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) on the basis of biochemical tests and protein /
isoenzyme electrophoretic patterns. Ind J Med Microbiol. 2002 Jul-Sep;20(3):137-40
13
Das R, Srivastava K, Gupta P, Sharma V D, Singh D, Chauhan D S, Singh H B and
Katoch V M. Comparison of E test with MIC method on Lowenstein Jensen medium for
susceptibility testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Curr Sci. 2003 Vol 85 (2): 191-193
14
Katoch K, Jain S, Chauhan D S, Singh H B, Das R, Gupta P, Sharma V D, Katoch V M,
Sachan A S, Pandey A, Benara S K and Singh P. Experience of Detection and treatment
of tuberculosis in a field area at Ghatampur, Kanpur, UP. Health Admin 2003. Vol 15 (1-
2): 124-126
15
Katoch K, Natrajan M, Gupta U D, Sharma V D, Chauhan D S and Katoch V M.
Immunotherapeutic trials alongwith chemotherapy in highly bacillated BL/LL patients. J
Immunol immunopat. 2004 Vol 6 (S-1): 46-47
16
Chauhan D S, Parashar D, Das R, Sharma V D and Katoch V M. Confirmation of
identification of non-tuberculous mycobacterial isolates by using 16S rRNA sequencing.
J Immunol immunopat. 2004 Vol 6 (S-1): 83-84
17
Jadaun G P S, Chauhan D S, Sharma V D and Katoch V M. Targeted antimicrobial
discovery in the post genomic era. J Immunol immunopat. 2004 Vol 6 (S-1): 89-90
18
Sharma N, Gupta P, Das R, Chauhan D S, Sharma V D and Katoch V M. Molecular
characterisation of kat-G gene mutations in isoniazid resistant Mycobacterium
tuberculosis isolates by automated DNA sequencing. J Immunol immunopat. 2004 Vol 6
(S-1): 92-93
19
Sharma R D,Singh H B, Sengupta U, Chauhan D S and Sharma V D. Diagnosis of
tuberculosis from formaline fixed paraffin embedded tissue sections by PCR targeting IS
6110. J Immunol immunopat. 2004 Vol 6 (S-1): 138-139
20
Chauhan A, Parashar D, Chauhan D S, Sharma V D, Agrawal B M and Katoch V M.
PCR-ribotyping of pathogenic mycobacteria by an amplified ribosomal DNA
fingerprinting assay. J Immunol immunopat. 2004 Vol 6 (S-1): 139-140
21
Srivastava K, Das R, Jakhmola P, Gupta P and Chauhan D S. Correlation of degree of
rifampicin resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis with mutations detected by INNO-
LiPA assay. J Immunol immunopat. 2004 Vol 6 (S-1): 142-143
22
Parashar D, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Chauhan A, Chauhan SV, Katoch
VM.Optimization of procedures for isolation of mycobacteria from soil and water
samples obtained in northern India. Appl Environ Microbiol.2004 Jun;70(6):3751
23
Singh HB, Katoch VM, Natrajan M, Sharma VD, Chauhan D S, Lavania M, Sharma P,
Sharma M, Katoch K, Benara S, Singh P.Improved protocol for PCR detection of
Mycobacterium leprae in buffered formalin-fixed skin biopsies. Int J Lepr Other
Mycobact Dis.2004 Jun;72(2):175-8
24
Srivastava K, Das R, Jakhmola P, Gupta P, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Singh HB,
Sachan AS, Katoch VM.Correlation of mutations detected by INNO-LiPA with levels of
rifampicin resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Ind J Med Res.2004
Aug;120(2):100-5.
25
Natrajan M, Katoch K, Katoch VM, Sharma VD, Singh D, Chauhan D S, Singh H.In situ
hybridization in the histological diagnosis of early and clinically suspect leprosy. Int J
Lepr Other Mycobact Dis.2004 Sep;72(3):296
26
Chauhan A, Chauhan D S, Parashar D, Gupta P, Sharma VD, Sachan AS, Gupta R,
Agarawal BM, Katoch VM. DNA fingerprinting of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates
from Agra region by IS 6110 probe. Ind J Med Microbiol.2004 Oct-Dec;22(4):238-40
27
Lavania M, Katoch VM, Singh HB, Das R, Sharma VD, Chauhan D S, Natrajan M,
Katoch K.Genetic polymorphism among Mycobacterium leprae strains from northern
India, by using TTC repeats. Ind J Lepr.2005Jan-Mar;77(1):60-5
28
Mishra A, Singhal A, Chauhan D S, Katoch VM, Srivastava K, Thakral SS, Bharadwaj
SS, Sreenivas V, Prasad HK.Direct detection and identification of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis in bovine samples by a novel nested PCR assay:
correlation with conventional techniques. J ClinMicrobiol.2005 Nov;43(11):5670
29
Chauhan D S and Katoch V M. Bovine tuberculosis in India: a zoonosis ?. Acad Sci
India 2005, Vol 75(B) : 55-60
30
Sharma N L, Mahajan V K , Kanga A, Sood A, Katoch V M, Maurico I, Chauhan D S,
Pawan U C, Sharma V K and Sharma R C. localised cutaneous leishmaniasis due to
Leishmania donovani and Leishmania tropica: Preliminary findings of the study of 161
new cases from a new endemic focus in Himachal Pradesh, India. Amm J Trop Med Hyg
2005, Vol 72 (6) : 819-824
31
Gupta P, Jadaun GP, Das R, Gupta UD, Srivastava K, Chauhan A, Sharma VD, Chauhan
DS, Katoch VM.Simultaneous ethambutol& isoniazid resistance in clinical isolates of
Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Ind J Med Res.2006 Feb;123(2):125-30.
32
Gutierrez MC, Ahmed N, Willery E, Narayanan S, Hasnain SE, Chauhan D S, Katoch
VM, Vincent V, Locht C, Supply P.Predominance of ancestral lineages of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis in India. Emerg Infect Dis. 2006 Sep;12(9):1367-74.
33
Gupta AK, Chauhan D S, Srivastava K, Das R, Batra S, Mittal M, Goswami P, Singhal
N, Sharma VD, Venkatesan K, Hasnain SE, Katoch VM.Estimation of efflux mediated
multi-drug resistance and its correlation with expression levels of two major efflux pumps
in mycobacteria. J Commun Dis. 2006 Mar;38(3):246-54.
34
Parashar D, Srivastava RK, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Singh M, Lavania M, Chauhan A,
Bhatia AK, Katoch VM.Characterization of mycobacteria isolated from bovines by PRA-
targettinghsp 65 gene region. J Commun Dis. 2006 Mar;38(3):263-8.
35
Lavania M, Katoch K, Sachan P, Dubey A, Kapoor S, Kashyap M, Chauhan D S, Singh
HB, Sharma VD, Jadhav RS, Katoch VM. Detection of Mycobacterium leprae DNA from
soil samples by PCR targeting RLEP sequences.J Commun Dis. 2006 Mar;38(3):269-73.
36
Singh HB, Singh P, Jadaun GP, Srivastava K, Sharma VD, Chauhan D S, Sharma SK,
KatochVM.Simultaneous use of two PCR systems targeting IS6110 and MPB64 for
confirmation of diagnosis of tuberculous lymphadenitis. J Commun Dis.
2006Mar;38(3):274-9.
37
Hirawati, Katoch K, Chauhan D S, Singh HB, Sharma VD, Singh M, Kashyap M, Katoch
VM.Detection of M. leprae by reverse transcription- PCR in biopsy specimens from
leprosy cases: a preliminary study. J Commun Dis.2006 Mar;38(3):280-7.
38
Singh P, Mishra AK, Malonia SK, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Venkatesan K, Katoch
VM. The paradox of pyrazinamide: an update on the molecular mechanisms of
pyrazinamide resistance in Mycobacteria . J Commun Dis. 2006 Mar;38(3):288-98.
39
Parashar D, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Katoch VM.Applications of real-time PCR
technology to mycobacterial research. Ind J Med Res. 2006 Oct;124(4):385-98.
40
Das R, Katoch K, Jadoun G P S, Gupta P, Sharma V D, Malhotra B, Garg A, Ayyagari A,
Chauhan D S, Singh H B, Yadav P and Katoch V M. Studies on mutations in emb B
locus in Indian clinical isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis having high degree of
ethambutol resistance. Curr Sci. 2006 Vol 91 (7): 923-925
41
Singh P, Wesley C, Jadaun GP, Malonia SK, Das R, Upadhyay P, Faujdar J, Sharma P,
Gupta P, Mishra AK, Singh K, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Gupta UD, Venkatesan K,
Katoch VM. Comparative evaluation of Löwenstein proportion method, BacT/ALERT
3D system, and enzymatic pyrazinamidase assay for pyrazinamide susceptibility testing
of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. J ClinMicrobiol. 2007 Jan;45(1):76-80.
42
Katoch VM, Parashar D, Chauhan D S, Singh D, Sharma VD, Ghosh S. Rapid
identification of mycobacteria by gene amplification restriction analysis technique
targeting 16S-23S ribosomal RNA internal transcribed spacer & flanking region. IndJ
Med Res.2007 Feb;125(2):155-62.
43
Jadaun GP, Agarwal C, Sharma H, Ahmed Z, Upadhyay P, Faujdar J, Gupta AK, Das R,
Gupta P, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Katoch VM.Determination of ethambutol MICs for
Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium avium isolates by resazurinmicrotitre
assay. J Antimicrob Chemother.2007 Jul;60(1):152
44
Dayal R, Agarwal M, Natrajan M, Katoch VM, Katoch K, Singh K, Chauhan DS.PCR
and in-situ hybridization for diagnosis of leprosy. Ind J Pediatr.2007 Jul;74(7):645-8.
45
Singh HB, Chauhan D S, Faujdar J, Upadhyay P, Saxena N, Yadav VS, Kumar A,
Ahmed I, Katoch VM, Sharma VD.Tracing transmission of tuberculosis by random
amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis within same family &neighbourhood. Ind
J Med Res. 2007 Jul;126(1):82
46
Katoch VM, Lavania M, Chauhan D S, Sharma R, Hirawati, Katoch K. Recent advances
in molecular biology of leprosy. Ind J Lepr.2007 Apr-Sep;79(2-3):151-66.
47
Parashar D, Das R, Sharma VD, Chauhan D S, KatochVM.Pathogenic rapidly growing:
Mycobacterium manitobense in the environment of Agra, north India. Ind J Med Res.
2007 Sep;126(3):230
48
Lavania M, Katoch K, Singh H, Das R, Gupta AK, Sharma R, Chauhan D S, Sharma
VD, Sachan P, Sachan S, Katoch VM.Predominance of three copies of tandem repeats in
rpoT gene of Mycobacterium leprae from Northern India. Infect Genet Evol. 2007
Sep;7(5):627
49
Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Parashar D, Chauhan A, Singh D, Singh HB, Das R,
Aggarwal BM, Malhotra B, Jain A, Sharma M, Kataria VK, Aggarwal JK, Hanif M,
Shahani A, Katoch VM. Molecular typing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from
different parts of India based on IS6110 element polymorphism using RFLP analysis..Ind
J Med Res.2007 Apr;125(4):577
50
Katoch K, Singh P, Adhikari T, Benara SK, Singh HB, Chauhan DS, Sharma VD,
Lavania M, Sachan AS, Katoch VM.Potential of Mw as a prophylactic vaccine against
pulmonary tuberculosis. Vaccine.2008 Feb 26;26(9):1228
51
Lavania M, Katoch K, Katoch VM, Gupta AK, Chauhan DS, Sharma R, Gandhi R,
Chauhan V, Bansal G, Sachan P, Sachan S, Yadav VS, Jadhav R. Detection of viable
Mycobacterium leprae in soil samples: insights into possible sources of transmission of
leprosy. Infect Genet Evol. 2008 Sep;8(5):627-31.
52
Srivastava K, Chauhan D S, Gupta P, Singh HB, Sharma VD, Yadav VS, Sreekumaran,
Thakral SS, Dharamdheeran JS, Nigam P, Prasad HK, Katoch VM. Isolation of
Mycobacterium bovis&M. tuberculosis from cattle of some farms in north India--possible
relevance in human health. Ind J Med Res.2008 Jul;128(1):26-31.
53
Sharma P, Chauhan D S, Upadhyay P, Faujdar J, Lavania M, Sachan S, Katoch K,
Katoch VM.Molecular typing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from a rural area of
Kanpur by spoligotyping and mycobacterial interspersed repetitive units (MIRUs) typing.
Infect Genet Evol.2008 Sep;8(5):621
54
Sharma R, Lavania M, Katoch K, Chauhan D S, Gupta AK, Gupta UD, Yadav VS,
Katoch VM. Development and evaluation of real-time RT-PCR assay for quantitative
estimation of viable Mycobacterium leprae in clinical samples.Ind J Lepr. 2008 Oct-
Dec;80(4):315-2
55
Lavania M, Katoch K, Parashar D, Sharma P, Das R, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Katoch
VM.Predominance of Mycobacterium fortuitum-chelonae complex in Ghatampur field
area, endemic for leprosy. Ind J Lepr.2008 Oct-Dec;80(4):323-30.
56
Dayal R, Singh A, Katoch VM, Joshi B, Chauhan D S, Singh P, Kumar G, Sharma VD.
Serological diagnosis of tuberculosis. Ind J Pediatr.2008 Dec;75(12):1219
57
Kumar P, Shah NP, Singhal A, Chauhan D S, Katoch VM, Mittal S, Kumar S, Singh
MK, Gupta SD, Prasad HK. Association of tuberculous endometritis with infertility and
other gynecological complaints of women in India. J ClinMicrobiol.2008
Dec;46(12):4068
58
Das R, Gupta P, Singh P, Chauhan D S, Katoch K, Katoch VM. Association of
mutations in rpsL gene with high degree of streptomycin resistance in clinical isolates of
Mycobacterium tuberculosis in India. Ind J Med Res. 2009 Jan;129(1):108-10
59
Parash Parashar D, Das R, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Lavania M, Yadav V S, Chauhan SV,
Katoch VM. Identification of environmental mycobacteria isolated from Agra, north India
by conventional & molecular approaches. Ind J Med Res.2009 Apr;129(4):424-31.
60
Jadaun GP, Das R, Upadhyay P, Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Katoch VM.Role of
embCAB gene mutations in ethambutol resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates
from India. Int J Antimicrob Agents.2009 May;33(5):483-6.
61
Singh M, Chauhan D S, Gupta P, Das R, Srivastava RK, Upadhyay P, Singh P,
Srivastava K, Faujdar J, Jaudaun GP, Yadav VS, Sharma VD, Venkatesan K, Sachan S,
Sachan P, Katoch K, Katoch VM.In vitro effect of fluoroquinolones against
Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from Agra & Kanpur region of north India. Ind J
Med Res.2009 May;129(5):542-7.
62
Dave S, Faujdar J, Kumar P, Gupta P, Das R, Parasher D, Chauhan D S, Natrajan M,
Gupta UD, Katoch VM.Comparative growth pattern of multi drug resistance versus
susceptible isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in mice lungs. Ind J Med Res.2009
Jul;130(1):58-62.
63
Sharma R, Lavania M, Chauhan D S, Katoch K, Amresh, Pramod, Rakhi, Richa, Katoch
VM.Potential of a metabolic gene (accA3) of M. leprae as a marker for leprosy reactions.
Ind J Lepr.2009 Jul-Sep;81(3):141-8.
64
Kumar P, Nath K, Rath B, Sen MK, Vishalakshi P, Chauhan D S, Katoch VM, Singh S,
Tyagi S, Sreenivas V, Prasad HK.Visual format for detection of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis and M. bovis in clinical samples using molecular beacons. J MolDiagn.2009
Sep;11(5):430-8.
65
Jadoun G P S ,Upadhyaya P, ahmed A, das R, Parashar D, Chauhan D S, Sharma V D
and Katoch V M. Utility of IS 1245-IS 1311 based PCR typing system for
Mycobacterium avium isolates obtaned from clinical and environment sources. Jour of
Bact Res. Feb 2010, Vol 2 (1) : 005-008
66
Gupta AK, Katoch VM, Chauhan D S, Sharma R, Singh M, Venkatesan K, Sharma VD.
Microarray analysis of efflux pump genes in multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium
tuberculosis during stress induced by common anti-tuberculous drugs. Microb Drug
Resist. 2010 Mar;16(1):21-8.
67
Kumar P, Sen MK, Chauhan D S, Katoch VM, Singh S, Prasad HK.Assessment of the
N-PCR assay in diagnosis of pleural tuberculosis: detection of M. tuberculosis in pleural
fluid and sputum collected in tandem. PLoS One.2010 Apr 19;5(4):e10220.
68
Dayal R, Senthilkumar P, Katoch VM, Chauhan D S, Yadav NK. Diagnostic value of
real time PCR for neurotuberculosis. Ind J Pediatr.2010 Jul;47(7):631-2.
69
Gupta AK, Reddy VP, Lavania M, Chauhan D S, Venkatesan K, Sharma VD, Tyagi AK,
Katoch VM. jefA (Rv2459), a drug efflux gene in Mycobacterium tuberculosis confers
resistance to isoniazid &ethambutol. Ind J Med Res. 2010 Aug;132:176-88.
70
Sharma P, Kumar B, Singhal N, Katoch VM, Venkatesan K, Chauhan D S, Bisht D.
Streptomycin induced protein expression analysis in Mycobacterium tuberculosis by two-
dimensional gel electrophoresis & mass spectrometry. Ind J Med Res.2010 Oct;132:400-
8.
71
Kumar M, Khan FG, Sharma S, Kumar R, Faujdar J, Sharma R, Chauhan D S, Singh R,
Magotra SK, Khan IA.Identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis genes preferentially
expressed during human infection. MicrobPathog. 2011 Jan;50(1):31-8.
72
Purwar S, Chaudhari S, Katoch VM, Sampath A, Sharma P, Upadhyay P, Chauhan D S.
Determination of drug susceptibility patterns and genotypes of Mycobacterium
tuberculosisisolates from Kanpur district, North India. Infect Genet Evol. 2011
Mar;11(2):469-75.
73
Singh M, Jadaun GP, Ramdas, Srivastava K, Chauhan V, Mishra R, Gupta K, Nair S,
Chauhan D S, Sharma VD, Venkatesan K, Katoch VM.Effect of efflux pump inhibitors
on drug susceptibility of ofloxacin resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates. Ind J
Med Res. 2011 May;133:535-40.
74
Lavania M, Katoch K, Sharma R, Sharma P, Das R, Gupta AK, Chauhan D S, Katoch
VM.Molecular typing of Mycobacterium leprae strains from northern India using short
tandem repeats. Ind J Med Res. 2011. Jun;133:618-26.
75
Faujdar J, Gupta P, Natrajan M, Das R, Chauhan DS, Katoch VM, Gupta
UD.Mycobacterium indicuspraniias stand-alone or adjunct immunotherapeutic in
treatment of experimental animal tuberculosis. Ind J Med Res. 2011 Nov;134(5):696-703.
76
Kelkar DS, Kumar D, Kumar P, Balakrishnan L, Muthusamy B, Yadav AK, Shrivastava
P, Marimuthu A, Anand S, Sundaram H, Kingsbury R, Harsha HC, Nair B, Prasad TS,
Chauhan DS, Katoch K, Katoch VM, Kumar P, Chaerkady R, Ramachandran S, Dash D,
Pandey A.Proteogenomic analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by high resolution
mass spectrometry. Mol Cell Proteomics.2011 Dec;10(12):M111.011627.
77
Raut U, Rantai S, Narang P, Chauhan DS, Chahar M, Narang R, Mendiratta DK.
Comparison of the 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazole-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide tube
method with the conventional method and real-time polymerase chain reaction for the
detection of rifampicin resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Ind J Med
Microbiol.2012 Jan-Mar;30(1):81-4
78
Dayal R, Verma V, Sharma B, Kumar G, Kumar N, Gupta R, Katoch VM, Joshi B,
Chauhan D S. Diagnostic value of interferon- gamma release assays (QuantiFERON-TB
Gold® In Tube) in childhood tuberculosis. Ind J Pediatr.2012 Feb;79(2):183-7.
79
Kumar G, Shankar H, Chahar M, Sharma P, Yadav VS, Chauhan DS, Katoch VM, Joshi
B. Whole cell & culture filtrate proteins from prevalent genotypes of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis provoke better antibody & T cell response than laboratory strain H 37 Rv.
Ind J Med Res. 2012 May;135(5):745-5.
80
Gupta AK, Katoch VM, Chauhan D S, Lavania M. Potential of Mycobacterium
vanbaalenii as a model organism to study drug transporters of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis, Mycobacterium marinum and Mycobacterium ulcerans: homology analysis
of M. tuberculosis drug transporters among mycobacterial species. Infect Genet Evol.2012
Jun;12(4):853-6.
81
Desikan P, Chauhan D S, Sharma P, Panwalkar N, Gautam S, Katoch VM. 2012. A pilot
study to determine genetic polymorphism in Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates in
Central India. Ind J Med Microbiol. 2012 ;30:470-3.
82
Singh A V, Chauhan D S, Kumar A, Singh P K. Potential etiologic link and association
between Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculois and Crohn’s disease.
Research and Review: J of Immunology, 2012 ; 1-15.
83
Rawat, KD, Chahar M, Reddy PV, Gupta P, Shrivastava N, Gupta UD, Natrajan
M, Katoch VM, Katoch K, Chauhan D S. 2013 Expression of CXCL10 (IP-10) and
CXCL11 (I-TAC) chemokines during Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection and
immunoprophylaxis with Mycobacterium indicuspranii(Mw) in guinea pig. Infect Genet
Evol. 2013 Jan. 27:11-7.
84
Singh PK, Singh AV and Chauhan D S. 2013. Current understanding on micro RNAs
and its regulation in response to mycobacterial infections. J Biomed Sci.2013;20(1):14.
85
Vellarikkal, S., Singh, A.V., Singh, P.K., Garg, P., Katoch, V.M., Katoch, K., Open
Source Drug Discovery Consortium, Chauhan, D.S., Scaria, V., Sivasubbu, S., 2013.
Draft Genome Sequence of an Extensively Drug-Resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Clinical Isolate of the Ural Strain OSDD493. Genome Announcements 2013 Nov 7;1(6).
86
Vellarikkal, S., Singh, A.V., Singh, P.K., Garg, P., Katoch, V.M., Katoch, K., Open
Source Drug Discovery Consortium, Chauhan D S, Scaria, V., Sivasubbu, S., 2013.
Draft genome sequence of a multidrug resistant (MDR) clinical isolate of Mycobacterium
tuberculosis belonging to a novel spoligotype. Genome Announcements. 2013 Nov
21;1(6).
87
Vellarikkal, S., Singh, A.V., Singh, P.K., Garg, P., Katoch, V.M., Katoch, K., Open
Source Drug Discovery Consortium, Chauhan DS,Sivasubbu, S., Scaria, V., 2013. Draft
genome sequence of extensively drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis clinical
isolate OSDD515 belonging to Uganda I genotype. Genome Announcements.2013 Nov
21;1(6).
88
Vellarikkal, S., Patowary, A., Singh, M., Periwal,V., Singh, A.V., Singh, P.K., Garg, P.,
Katoch, V.M., Katoch, K., Jangir, P., Sharma, R., Open Source Drug Discovery
Consortium, Chauhan D S, Scaria, V., and Sivasubbu, S., 2013. Draft Genome
Sequence of a Clinical Isolate of Multidrug-Resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis East
African Indian Strain OSDD271. Genome Announcements, 1(4): e00541-13.
89
Raizada N, Sachdeva KS, Chauhan D S, Malhotra B, Reddy K, Dave PV, Mundade Y,
Patel P, Ramachandran R, Das R, Solanki R, Wares DF, Sahu S, O'Brien R, Paramasivan
CN, Dewan PK.,2014. A multi-sitevalidation in India of the line probe assay for the rapid
diagnosis of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis directly from sputum specimens.
PLoSOne.2014 Feb 19;9(2):e88626.
90
Periwal V, Patowary A, Vellarikkal S, Gupta A, Singh M, Mittal A, Jeyapaul S,
Chauhan R, Singh, AV, Singh PK, Garg P, Katoch VM, Katoch K, OSDD Consortium,
Chauhan D S, Sivasubbu SS, Vinod S. 2015. Comparative whole-Genome Analysis of
Clinical Isolates Reveals Characteristic Architecture of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Pangenome. PLOS One. 2014; 8;10(4):e0122979.
91
Mourya DT, Yadav PD, Majumdar TD, Chauhan D S, Katoch VM. 2014.Establishment
of biosafety level-3 (BSL-3) laboratory: important criteria to consider while designing,
constructing, commissioning & operating the facility in Indian setting. Indian J. Med.
Res. 140, 171.
92
Desikan P, Chauhan D S, SharmaP, Panwalkar N, Yadav P, Ohri BS Clonal Diversity
and Drug Resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis Isolated from Extra-pulmonary
Samples in Central India - a Pilot Study. Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology 2014;
32(4) : 434-437.
93
Sharma J, Chauhan D S. Inhibition of Pseudomonas aeruginosa by antibiotics and
probiotics combinations In vitro study. European Journal of Experimental Biology, 2014,
4(6):10-14.
94
Sharma J, Chauhan D S and Goyal A. Enhancement of antimicrobial activity of
antibiotics by probiotics against Escheria coli - An in vitro study. Adv in Appli Sci Res.
2014, Vol 5 (6) : 14-18
95
Desikan P, Panwalker N, Parashar D, Trivedi S K and Chauhan D S. A case of massive
pericardial effusion caused by Mycobacterium simiae. JMM. 2014 : 1-3 DOI
10.1099/jmmrc
96
Sharma J, Chauhan DS. In vitro study on the role of probiotic strains in potentiation of
antimicrobial activity against Staphylococcus aureus. Int Jour of Pharm and Life Scie.
2015, Vol 6(1):4161
97
Dayal R, Kashyap H, Pounikar G, Kamal R, Yadav NK, Singh MK, Chauhan D S, Goyal
A. Real Time PCR in Childhood Tuberculosis: A Valuable Diagnostic Tool. Indian J
Pediatr, 2015. Feb 82 (2), 189-91
98
Sharma J, Chauhan DS. A comparative study on the antimicrobial activity of
antibiotics and antibiotic and probiotic combinations against Klebsiella pneumonia. Int
Journal of Curr Res. 2015 Vol. 7 ( 2) : 12321-12324
99
Singh AV, Chauhan D S, Singh A, Singh PK, Sohal JS, Singh SV. 2015. Application of
IS1311 Locus 2 PCR-REA assay for the specific detection of ‘Bison Type’
Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosisstrains of Indian origin. Ind Journal of
Med Res. 2015; 141(1): 55–61
100
Mohanty P S, Naaz F, Singh P, Chauhan D S, Gupta UD, Tripathy SP. Molecular
Characterization of Mycobacterial Ribonucleotide Reductase (RNR) and its Implication
as a Novel Drug Target. 2015. Bioenergetics 4: 129. doi:10.4172/2167-7662.1000129
101
Raizada N, Sachdeva KS, Malhotra B, Thakur R, Reddy K, Chauhan D S, Dave PV,
Mohammed F, Das R, Sharma P, Sharma S K, wares F, Sahu S, Brien O R, Mundade Y,
R, Dewan P K and Paramasivan CN. Proficiency assessment mechanism for Line-Probe
assay testing for diagnosis of Multidrug- resistant tuberculosis in India. Int Jour of Path
and Clin Res. 2015 : 1-5
102
Katoch K, Chauhan D S, Yadav V S, Katoch V M, Upadhay P, Sharada M A and
Chadha V K. Prevalance survey of bacillary pulmonary tuberculosis in western Uttar
Pradesh, India. Journ of Infect Pulm Dis. 2015, doi http//dx.doi.org/10.16966/jipd.108
103
Chauhan D S, Sharma R, Parashar D, Das R, Sharma P, Chahar M, Singh AV,
Singh PK,
Katoch K,
Katoch VM. 2016. Early detection of Multidrug Resistant (MDR)
Mycobacterium tuberculosis in a single tube with in-house designed Fluorescence
resonance energy transfer (FRET) Probes using Real-time PCR. Indian Journal of
Experimental Biology. 54:229-236.
104
Mohanty P S, Naaz F, Katara D, Misba L, Kumar D, Dwivedi DK, Tiwari AK, Chauhan
D S, Bansal AK, Tripathy SP, Katoch K. Viability of Mycobacterium leprae in the
environment and its role in leprosy dissemination. Ind Journal of Dermatology
Venereology and Leprology, 2016; 82 : 23-7
105
Prakash R, Kumar D, Gupta VK, Jain S, Chauhan D S, Tiwari PK, Katoch VM.Status of
multidrug resistant tuberculosis ( MDR-TB) among the Sahariya tribe of North Central
India. J Infect Public Health. 2016 Jan 6. pii: S1876-0341(15)00191-4. doi:
10.1016/j.jiph.2015.10.008.
106
Patel R, Upadhyay R, Bajaj B, Yadav V S, Srivastava N, Chauhan D S, Kar S K, Joshi
B. Differential cytokine response and Ig G subclasses in pulmonary Tb patients,
household contacts and BCG vaccinated PPD-ve healthy controls. Myco Dis ; 2016 .Vol
6 (198) : 2161-1068
107
Singh AV, Chauhan D S, Singh SV, Kumar V, Singh A, Yadav
A, Yadav VS. Current
status of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in animals and
humans in India: What needs to be done? Indian Journal of Medical Research. 2016.
(Accepted)
108
Singh,P., Katoch, V.M., Mohanty, K.K., Chauhan D.S., Analysis of expression profile
of mce operon genes (mce1, mce2, mce3 operon) in different Mycobacterium tuberculosis
isolates at different growth phases. Indian Journal of Medical Research. 2016. (Accepted)
109
Singh AV. Chauhan D S, Singh A. Mixed infection of bovine tuberculosis and
paratuberculosis in domestic livestock species of North India. International Journal of
Infectious Diseases.2016 (Accepted)
13.Papers in Books, Proceedings & non indexed journals
1. Singh AV, Chauhan DS. 2016. Biosafety practices for mycobacterial disease research with
special reference to tuberculosis. In Proceeding of Colloquium on Mycobacterial Diseases:
International Status & Priorities, Jaipur. p31-32.
2. Singh AV, Chauhan DS. Mixed Infection of bovine tuberculosis and paratuberculosis in
domestic livestock species of North India. In Proceeding of 17
th
International Congress on
Infectious Disease, Hyderabad,p.94 (43.0267).
3. Singh AV, Chauhan DS, Pachouri PK, Shakya DK, Yadav P, Mohanty PS, Yadav VS. 2016.
Bacteriological positive tuberculosis and drug resistance pattern of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
among pediatric patients suspected for pulmonary and extra-pulmonary tuberculosis in North
India. In Proceeding of 70
th
National Conference on Tuberculosis and chest Diseases- 2015,
Lucknow.
4. Singh AV, Chauhan DS. 2014.Validation of IS1311PCR-REA locus 2 PCR-REA assay for the
specific detection of ‘BisonType’ Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis strains of
Indian origin. In Proceeding of International conference on future prospects of advancements in
biological sciences, health issues and environmental protection, Lucknow, p.8-9.
5. Chauhan, D.S., Singh A.V. 2012. Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis:an
emerging veterinary pathogen of global concern. Chennai
6. Chauhan, D.S., VD Sharma , H.B. Singh. R Das, D Parashar, A Chauhan and VM Katoch,
2003. DNA fingerprinting of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains isolated from Northern
parts of India using IS6110 probe. Proc Nat Symp Biochem Sc-Health and Environment
Aspects, S.Prakash and Others (EDS), DEI, Dayalbagh Publication, Allied Publishers, New
Delhi and other cities, pp 429-430.
7. Parashar D, Chauhan DS, VD Sharma , R Das, H.B. Singh. A Chauhan and VM Katoch,
2003. Genomic analysis of variation in pathogenic mycobacteria by amplified ribosomal
DNA fingerprinting techniques. Proc Nat Symp Biochem Sc-Health and Environment
Aspects, S.Prakash and Others (EDS), DEI, Dayalbagh Publication, Allied Publishers, New
Delhi and Other cities, pp 441-442.
8. Katoch, V.M., Singh, D., Chauhan, D.S., Sharma V.D., Singh, H.B., Das, R., Srivastava, K.,
1999. New DNA fingerprinting techniques for tuberculosis-relevance in control. In: Multiple
drug resistance in emerging and re-emerging diseases; R.C. Mahajan & A Therwath (EDS.),
narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1999,pp 87-98.
14 . National/International Conferences/Seminars etc. attended:
National Conferences/Seminars
S.No.
Conferences/Seminars
Year / Period
Title of papers presented
1
22
th
National Congress of Indian
Association of Medical
Microbiologist (IAMM) at
Manipal
7.1.98 to
9.11.98
Analysis of variation in M.
tuberculosis by IS6110 DNA
finger printing
2
23
rd
National Congress of Indian
Association of Medical
Microbiologist (IAMM) at
Chandigarh
19.11.1999 to
21.11. 1999
Molecular epidemiology of
tuberculosis using IS6110
DNA-finger printing.’
3
National Symposium on ‘Microbes
and Human Welfare’ held in
Meerut
14-16.10.2000
DNA-fingerprinting of Drug
Sensitive and resistant strains
of M.tuberculosis by using
IS6110 probe
4
24
th
National Congress of IAMM
held Belgaun
17-19.11.2000
IS6110 DNA fingerprinting of
M.tuberculosis isolates from
Agra region
5
25
th
National Congress of the
Indian Association of Medical
Microbiologist (IAMM) at New
Delh
22-25.11 2001
DNA fingerprinting of
M.avium isolates using PCR
amplified IS-1245 probe’
6
National Symposium on
Biochemical Sciences, Health and
Environmental Aspects’ held at
Dayalbagh, Agra
2-4.10 2003
DNA fingerprinting of
Mycobacterium tuberculosis
strains isolated from northern
parts of India using IS6110
probe
7
27
th
conference of India
Association of Medical
Microbiology’ held at Mumbai
7-9.11 2003
Rapid identification of
mycobacteria at species level
by PCR-RFLP of hsp65 gene
8
3
rd
Convention of Society for
14
- 15. 2.
Confirmation of identification
Immunology and
Immunopathology and National
Symposium on Cytokines and
Signal Transduction held at Central
JALMA Institute for Leprosy and
Other Mycobacterial Diseases,
Agra
2004
of Nontuberculous
mycobacterial isolates by
using 16S rRNA sequencing’
9
Biennial Conference of Indian
Association of Leprologists’ held
at Haldia port City
27
th
-29
th
Feb.
2004
Studies on strain variation in
Mycobaterium leprae using
TTC repeats as molecular
marks’.
10
Pride of India Science Expo (92
nd
Session of the Indian Science
Congress) at Ahmedabad
3-7 Jan. 2005.
To explain the exhibits of
Institute at Science &
Technology exhibition
11
24
th
National Conference of Indian
Association of Medical
Microbiologist (IAMM) held at
Chennai
21
st
-23
rd
Oct.,
2005
Identification and
differentiation of
mycobacterial species of
Kanpur region
12
24
th
Biennial Conference of IAL
held at Agra.
12
th
-14
th
Nov.,
2005
Microarray : An over view
13
6
th
joint Annual Conference of
ISMOCD & IAE held at Agra.
11
th
-13
th
Feb,
2006
Prevalent spoligotypes of
M.tuberculosos in Kanpur
region
14
2
nd
Medical Development Congress
on, “Development in Genomics
and Proteomics: its implication in
Health and Disease at New Delhi
8
th
-9
th
Sep,
2006
-
15
30
th
National Conference of Indian
Association of Medical
Microbiologist at Nagpur .
26
th
-29
th
Oct,
2006
Detection of mutation in rpoB
gene of Rifampicin resistance
M.tuberculosis isolates from
smear positive respiratory
specimens & Bac T/Alert
culture bottles by Real Time
PCR
16
25
th
Biennial Conference of the
Indian association of Leprologist
held at Kanpur
19
th
-21
st
Nov,
2007
Characterization of katG gene
Mutation(s) in isoniazid
resistant M.tuberculosis
isolates from Banda District
by Real-time PCR its
correlation with standard
Microbiological Assay” and
also delivered a lead talk on
“Vaccines for Mycobacterial
diseases: successes and
challenges”.
17
62
nd
National Conference of
Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases
held at Delhi
14
th
-16
th
Dec,
2007
Drug resistance patterns
among previously treated
cases from Banda District”.
18
National Conference on Recent
Advances in Life Science held at
Meerut
28
th
-29
th
Feb,
2008
Lead talk on DNA
fingerprinting – A Perspective
view and its applications.
19
63
rd
National Conference of
Tuberculosis and chest Diseases,
NATCON, at New Delhi
8
th
Sep, 2008.
-
20
32
nd
National Conference of Indian
Association of Medical
Microbiologists held at Pune
21
st
-25
th
Oct,
2008
Comparative Usefulness of
DNA Fingerprinting Method
in Epidemiology of
Tuberculosis”
21
5
th
Annual conference of UP
Chapter of India Association of
Medical Microbiologists
(UPMICROCON 2009) held at
Saifai, Etawah
7
th
-8
th
Feb,
2009
-
22
Symposium-cum-training
programme of developing capacity
building of young scientists for
carrying out basic, clinical and
operational research in the field of
Nutrition, at NJIL&OMD, Agra
21
st
-23
rd
March, 2009
“Experience on technology
transferred to North-East,
India
23
National Conference on
Antimicrobial Resistance: From
emerging threat to reality.” at
Allahabad Agricultural Institute
(Deemed University)
23
rd
-25
th
March, 2009.
Identification of novel efflux
pump genes in M.tuberculosis
as potential drug, diagnostic
and vaccine targets using
Microarrays
24
27
th
Biennial Conference of Indian
Association of Leprologists held at
Dr Ram Manohar Lohia
Hospital, New Delhi.
2
nd
-4
th
Oct,
2009
-
25
6
th
Annual Conference of
Association of Medical
Microbiologists-UP Chapter and
CME on “Newer Molecular Tools
for Diagnosis and Management of
Tuberculosis and Other
Mycobacterial Diseases at
NJIL&OMD, Agra
13
th
-14
th
March, 2010
-
26
Midterm conference of Indian
association of Leprologists (IAL)
at Guwahati
2
nd
to 3
rd
October 2010.
Presented research paper on
RFLP
27
98
th
Science Congress held at SRM
University Chennai
2
nd
to 7
th
January 2011
-
28
29
th
biennial conference of Indian
Association of Leprologist at
PGIMER Chandigarh
28
th
-30
th
March
2014.
-
29
Colloquium on Mycobacterial
Diseases: International Status &
Priorities held at Amity University,
Jaipur
12-13 April,
2016
Conducted “Virtual workshop
on Biosafety and Biosecurity”
International Conferences/Seminars
S.No.
Conferences/Seminars
Year /
Period
Title of papers presented
1
5
th
International Conference
on Molecular Epidemiology
and Evolutionary Genetics of
Infectious Diseases
(MEEGID V) held in
Hyderabad
12-16.11.
2000
Molecular characterization of drug
resistant. M.tuberculosis isolates by
IS6110 probe.’
2
International conference on
Functional Genomics for
Novel Vaccine and Drug
Design against
Mycobacterial Infection held
at Kharagpur
10
th
& 11
th
Feb. 2005
Identification of mycobacterial species
from Kanpur region by PCR-Restriction
Analysis of DNA of the RNA polymerase
gene (rpoB)
3
17
th
International Leprosy
Congress held at Hyderabad
30
th
Jan-4
th
Feb, 2008
Evolutionary Analysis of Mycobacterium
leprae strains by using two Variable-
Number Tandem Repeats (VNTR) from
Uttar Pradesh, India
4
11
th
International
Colloquium of
Paratuberculosis, University
of Sydney, Australia
4
th
-11
th
February,
2012
Comparative diagnostic potential of
microscopic examination, culture and
direct IS900 PCR for the detection of
Mycobacterium avium subspecies
paratuberculosis in fecal samples of
domestic livestock species in India
5
International Leprosy
Conference at Brussels,
Belgium.
16
th
-19
th
September,
2013
Exploring Mycobacterium leprae
genomics in post elimination era
Workshop/ Seminar etc:
S.No.
Workshop
Period / Year
Organized by
1
Pre-congress workshop of Indian
Association of Medical Microbiology
(IAMM)
6.11.1998.
Indian Association of
Medical Microbiologist
at Manipal
2
National Workshop on Diagnosis and
Management of Leprosy in the Context
of Integration of Leprosy Programme
with General Health Services
18
th
-19
th
Oct. 2003
Indian Association of
Leprologist at Central
JALMA Institute for
Leprosy and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra
3
ICMR-WHO sponsored workshop on
IPR and WTO issues’
22
nd
-23
rd
Nov.
2003
Central JALMA
Institute Central
JALMA Institute for
Leprosy and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra
4
Seminar on ‘Clinical aspects of
microarray especially on mycobacteria
11.12. 2003.
International Centre for
Genetic Engineering
and Biotechnology
(ICGEB), New Delhi
5
Indo-French (ICMR-INSERM)
workshop on tuberculosis’
14.12.2003
Indian Council of
Medical Research, New
Delhi at Agra
6
WHO-PCR workshop on ‘Identification
of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and other
pathogenic mycobacteria by a ribosomal
PCR-RFLP assay’ (Attended as faculty)
23 -26.12. 2003.
World Health
Organization
7
National Workshop on Diagnosis and
Management of Leprosy in the Context
of Integration of Leprosy Programme
with General Health Services
18
th
-19
th
Oct. 2003
Indian Association of
Leprologist at Central
JALMA Institute for
Leprosy and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra
8
Indo-US Workshop on HIV/STD
Behavioral Prevention Research
22
nd
-24
th
. 2003
Central JALMA
Institute for Leprosy
and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra
9
Workshop on ‘Sensitization programme
6
th
Mar. 2005
Ministry of Small Scale
on Industrial Opportunity in
Biotechnology BIOSEP 2005’ at Agra.
Industries Service
Institute Govt. of India.
10
Workshop on ‘Commercialization of
Biotechnology’ at New Delhi
18 Mar. 2005.
National Institute of
Immunology, New
Delhi
11
Hands on training on Microarray at
Bangalore.
1
st
-3
rd
Aug, 2006
Indian Institute of
Sciences Bangalore
12
WHO meeting on “Informal consultation
on Rifampicin Resistance in leprosy”
30
th
Nov, 1
st
, Dec,
2006
National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy
and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra
13
DRS-RNTCP-WHO consultants
sensitization workshop
19
th
-20
th
Dec,
2007.
National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy
and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra
14
Workshop on “Mycobacteriology
Update”
11
th
Sep, 2008
BD Diagnostic Systems
at LRS New Delhi
15
Training –cum hands on workshop on
“Bio-Safety Level-3” at NIV Pune
9
th
-13
th
Feb, 2009
NIV Pune in
collaboration with NIH-
NIAID and Emory
University USA
16
Symposium-cum-training programme of
developing capacity building of young
scientists for carrying out basic, clinical
and operational research in the field of
Nutrition at Agra
21
st
-23
rd
March,
2009
National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy
and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, Agra
17
CPCESA workshop
27
th
Nov 2009.
National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy
and Other
Mycobacterial
Diseases, ICMR, Agra
18
Lecture on Barcode of Life at Agra
19
th
August 2009.
Dr MPS School of Life
Science
19
Seminar on Hansen Disease on
Diagnosis & Treatment at Ochsner
Medical Centre, New Orleans, LA USA
8
th
to 9
th
April
2010
Ochsner Medical
Centre, New Orleans,
LA USA
20
Hands on workshop on LPA and Second
Line Drug Sensitivity at NTRL
Bangkok, Thailand
22
nd
to 30
th
November 2010
NTRL Bangkok,
Thailand
21
Round table meeting on XDR TB
18
th
December
2010.
World Health
Organization at New
Delhi
22
Workshop to standardized second line
18
th
-19
th
Jan 2013
NTI, Banglore.
DST at Banglore.
15. Overseas visits for scientific purposes
Duration of the visit
with dates
Place &
country
Purpose
Funding Agency
6
th
Dec.-10
th
Dec.2004
Institute
Pasteur, de
Lille, France
Training on MIRU-
VNTR typing of
M.tuberculosis isolates
through automated DNA
sequencer.
Indian Council of
Medical Research, New
Delhi
10th -16
th
Dec.2004
Institute
Pasteur, Paris,
France
Training on analysis of
Spoligotyping of
M.tuberculosis isolates
Indian Council of
Medical Research, New
Delhi
19
th
-25
th
September
2005
Genomic
Solution,
Huntingdon,
Cambrideshire,
U.K
Maintenance and hands
on training on
Microarray (Microgrid II
spotter)
8
th
to 9
th
April 2010
Ochsner
Medical Centre,
New Orleans,
LA USA
Seminar on Hansen
Disease Diagnosis &
Treatment
22
nd
to 30
th
November
2010
NTRL
Bangkok,
Thailand
Workshop on LPA and
Second Line Drug
Sensitivity
WHO
April 2010
Louisiana State
University, US
Training on leprosy
research
Under ICMR
International
Fellowship programme.
February 4-11, 2012
University of
Sydney,
Australia
11
th
International
Colloquium on
Paratuberculosis
Indian Council of
Medical Research, New
Delhi
16
th
-19
th
September,2013
Brussels,
Belgium
International Leprosy
Congress
Indian Council of
Medical Research, New
Delhi
Date: (Dr. D S Chauhan)
Scientist-E