College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences , Pookode


DEPARTMENT: Veterinary Microbiology

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Dr. Binu  K. Mani Dr. Binu K. Mani
Designation: - Assistant Professor
Address: - Dept of Veterinary Microbiology, College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Pookode Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University
Mobile No: - 9447225513
Email ID: - binu@kvasu.ac.in

Educational Qualifications

Ph.D. (Veterinary Microbiology) - Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Pookode, Wayanad -2014

M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Microbiology) - Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur - 2001

B.V.Sc. & A.H. - Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur - 1998


Area of Research

Veterinary Bacteriology - Brucella abortus, Brucella mellitensis,Campylobacter

Veterinary Immunology - Serology

Work Experience

  • 10 years of experience (Assistant Professor)in teaching under graduate and post graduate students in the discipline of Veterinary Microbiology from 09-06-2008 (still continuing). Attained teaching and laboratory experience in molecular research work (PCR, PAGE, Western blotting) and serological tests (ELISA, FAT).
  • Veterinary Surgeon (14-01-2002 to 08-06-2008)), have achieved moderate experience in clinical and laboratory diagnosis of disease conditions affecting animals


Best Poster presentation on research article

Kerala state council for Science Technology and Environment




Name of the training



Conducted by


Recent advances in development of recombinant vaccines for Veterinary use

21 days


Indian council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)

Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izat Nagar, India


Phage display technology

21 days


Indian council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)

Hissar Agricultural University, Haryana


Sithara M. S., George A.J.,Vijayan N.,Manomohan C.B. and Mani B.K (2017) In vivo mouse pathogenicity study of E. coli isolated from porcine gastro-intestinal tract. Indian J. vet sci. & biotech.

Ali R. M., Mani B. K., Priya P. M. and Kumar K. V. (2016) Loop mediated Isothermal amplification based detection of canine Parvo-viral DNA in faecal samples of diarrhoeic dogs. J. Immunol. & Immunopathol.

Mani B. K., Joseph S., Mini M., Aravindakshan T V. and Latha S. (2016). Polymerase Chain Reaction based diagnosis of leptospirosis in bovine abortion by detection of lipl32 gene. J. Vet. Anim. Sci.

Soman M., Nair, S R., Mini, M., Mani, B. K. and Joseph, S. (2014). Isolation & Polymerase chain reaction-based identification of Riemerella anatipestifer from ducks in Kerala, India. Vet. World. Vol. 7: open access.

Mani B. K., Mini M and Vasudevan, V N (2011). Protein profile of Chlamydoplhila abortus isolates from Kerala, India. Vet. World. 4(10): 470-472

Mani B. K., Mini M., Jayaprakasan V. and Nair G, K. (2011). Isolation and characterization of Chlamydophila abortus from cases of bovine and caprine abortion. Indian Vet. J. 88(7): 74-75

Mani B. K., Mini M., Nair G, K and Chacko B. P. (2010). Examination of organs of laboratory animals infected with Chlamydophila abortus isolates from livestock abortions. J. Ind. Vet. Assoc. 8(2): 30-31

Mani B. K., Mini M., Jayaprakasan V., Nair G, K and Saseendranath M.R (2006). Pathogenicity of Chlamydophyla abortus isolates in mice and guinea pigs. J. Vet. Anim. Sci. 37(1&2): 32-34

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