A Review on Concept of  Veterinary Bio-technology and Livestock Products in Medicine

Rai Dhirendra Prasad1

Rai Jitendra Prasad1

Raj Kumar Shrivastav1

Naresh Charmode2

R. S Pande2

P M Mamidpelliwar2

Om Prakash Shrivastav3

Saurabh R Prasad4

Sandeep Walujkar5

Ujma Tamboli6,10

Suneera Banga7

G.M.Nazeruddin8,Email

Y. I. Shaikh8

Arfaz Shaikh8

Rai Yashendra Prasad9

Prashant Sarvalkar10

1Bihar Veterinary College, Patna- 800014, India.
2Nagpur Veterinary College, Nagpur- 440006, India.
3Senior Scientist in Genetics,  IARI, Pusa,- 848125, Bihar, India.
4Electronics and Telecommunication Department, DKTE College of Engineering, Ichalkaranji- 416115, India.
5Virus Research & Diagnostic Laboratory, Government Medical College, Miraj, 416410, India.

6Medical University, Koimatoor- 600049, India.​​​​​​​

7Baba Mastnath Ayurvedic College, Rohtak- 124001, India.
8Department of Chemistry, Abeda Inamdar College, Pune- 411001, India,
9A.N College, Patna- 800008, India.
10School of Nanoscience and Technology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur- 416004, India.

Abstract

Biotechnology is the well established technology which utilizes the biological system in several areas such as pharmaceutical industries, environmental remediation and other related fields of medicine, but its application in the domain of veterinary medicine and animal husbandry has only started to emerge with the potential to revolutionize veterinary medicine and entire veterinary science. Herein we have discussed applications of biotechnology in artificial insemination, veterinary vaccine, gene therapy. Many livestock products are used in Ayurvedic medicines. The livestock products used in traditional ayurvedic medicines have been discussed in detail. The scope of biotechnology in veterinary medicine and health sciences are increasing day by day.  Apart from direct application in veterinary medicine, the applications of biotechnology in gobar gas and pharmaceutical industry is also discussed in detail. 

A Review on Concept of  Veterinary Bio-technology and Livestock Products in Medicine