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Oct-2009Cell Culture Systems from Penaeus monodon: Development and ApplicationSeena, Jose; Bright Singh, I S; Mohandas, A; Environmental Studies
18-Aug-2012Characterization and virulence potential of phenotypically diverse Aeromonas veronii isolates recovered from moribund freshwater ornamental fishes of Kerala, IndiaBright Singh, I S; Rosamma, Philip; Sreedharan, K
8-May-2013Characterization of Histone H2A Derived Antimicrobial Peptides, Harriottins, from Sicklefin Chimaera Neoharriotta pinnata (Schnakenbeck, 1931) and Its Evolutionary Divergence with respect to CO1 and Histone H2ABright Singh, I S; Rosamma, Philip; Naveen, Sathyan; Chaithanya, E R; Anil Kumar, P R; Sanjeevan, V N
1-Jun-2008Chitosan as a wall material for a microencapsulated delivery system for Macrobrachium rosenbergii(de Man) larvaeBright Singh, I S; Rosamma, Philip; Anas, A
23-Nov-2005Comparative effectiveness of solar disinfection using small-scale batch reactors with reflective, absorptive and transmissive rear surfacesBright Singh, I S; Shibu, K Mani; Ranjit, Kanjur; Robert, Reed H
Nov-2014Development and Validation of Bacterial Consortia for Bioremediation of Detritus in Aquaculture SystemsDeepesh, V; Bright Singh, I S
11-Sep-2000Development of a cell culture system from the ovarian tissue of African catfish Clarias gariepinusBright Singh, I S; Sunil Kumar, G; Rosamma, Philip
2000Development of Bioreactors for Nitrifying Water In Closed System Hatcheries Of Penaeid And Non-Penaeid PrawnsCini, Achuthan; Bright Singh, I S
2000Development of Cell Culture Systems from Selected Species of Fish and PrawnsSunil Kumar, G; Bright Singh, I S
17-Apr-2006Development of nitrifying bacterial consortia for immobilizing in nitrifying bioreactors designed for penaeid and non-penaeid larval rearing systems in the tropicsBright Singh, I S; Rosamma, Philip; Cini, Achuthan; Rejish Kumar, V J; Manju, N J
24-Oct-2008Dose/frequency: A critical factor in the administration of glucan as immunostimulant to Indian white shrimp Fenneropenaeus indicusBright Singh, I S; Sajeevan, T P; Rosamma, Philip
19-Jun-2006Efficacy of fermented prawn shell waste as a feed ingredient for Indian white prawn, Fenneropenaeus indicusBright Singh, I S; PhIlip, R; Amar, B
8-Jan-2006Establishment and characterization of India's first marine fish cell line (SISK) from the kidney of sea bass (Lates calcarifer)Bright Singh, I S; Sahul Hameed, A S; Parameswaran, V; Ravi, Shukla; Thirunavukkarasu, A R; Bhonde, R R
14-Aug-2012Establishment of Shrimp Cell Lines: Perception and OrientationBright Singh, I S; Jose, Seena; Jayesh, P
1999Evidence Of A Bacilliform Virus Causing Outbreaks Of Whitespot Disease In Penaeus Monodon H. Milne Edwards In IndiaBright Singh, I S; PhIlip, R; Sen, A; Rengarajan, R; Kumar, G S
2005Extraction of Glucan from Acremonium Diospyri and Its Application in Macrobrachium Rosenbergii Larval Rearing System Along With Bacterians as MicrospheresAnas, A; Bright Singh, I S
23-Sep-2005Fenneropenaeus indicus is protected from white spot disease by oral administration of inactivated white spot syndrome virusRosamma, Philip; Bright Singh, I S; Manjusha, M; Somnath Pai, S
Nov-1996Heterotrophic Bacteria Associated with Healthy and Moribund Larvae of Penaeus monodon H.Milne EdwardsBright Singh, I S; Sarita,G Bhat
11-May-2009Immobilization of nitrifying bacterial consortia on wood particles for bioaugmenting nitrification in shrimp culture systemsBright Singh, I S; Cini, Achuthan; Rosamma, Philip; Manju, N J
Mar-2011Immune Response of Penaeus monodon to the Inactivated White Spot Syndrome Virus PreparationGigi,Poulose; Mohandas, A; Bright Singh, I S; Dr.Rosamma,Philip
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