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Dr. PALLAVI SINGH  
 
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Title : Dr.
First Name : PALLAVI
Last Name : SINGH
Email ID : pallavis@msu.edu
Country : United States
State : Michigan
Zipcode : 48823
Department : Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Area of Research
Microbiology
Area of Expertise
Intestinal Microbiome
Brief Description of Research Interest :
My research interests include interaction and ecology of the intestinal microbial communities. I have been involved in :
1. NIH-funded ERIN study that was focused on patients with enteric infections  
2. USDA-funded NIFA study on cattle that are reservoir for shiga-toxin producing E. coli (STEC)
3. Market age Broilers that were fed antibiotics. These studies made use of the 16S rRNA gene sequencing as well as whole genome shotgun sequencing. 
Further, my research interests include characterizing microbes especially bacteria by conducting whole genome sequencing and comparative genomics for genome-wide variation. Specifically focusing on food-borne pathogens STEC, Salmonella, Campylobacter and invasive neonate pathogen Group B Streptococcus

Personal URL: http://pallavis.com
Representative Publications :
P. Singh and SD. Manning. Impact of age and sex on the composition and abundance of the intestinal microbiota in individuals with and without enteric infections
P. Singh, T. Teal, T. Marsh, J. Tiedje, K.Jernigan, R. Mosci, A. Zell, D. Newton, H. Salimnia, P. Lephart, H. Salimnia, W. Khalife, D. Sundin, RA. Britton, JT. Rudrik, and SD. Manning. Intestinal microbial communities in patients with enteric infections and their family members. (Microbiome 2015, 3:45  doi:10.1186/s40168-015-0109-2)
P. Singh, Q. Sha, DW. Lacher, J. Del Valle, RE. Mosci, JA. Moore, KT. Scribner and SD. Manning. Characterization of enteropathogenic and Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in cattle and deer in a shared agroecosystem. (Frontiers in Cellular and Infect Microbiol. 2015, 5:29. doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2015.00029)
W. Cha, R. Mosci, SL. Wengert, 
P. Singh, DW. Newton, H. Salimnia, P. Lephart, W. Khalife, LS Mansfield, JT. Rudrick and SD. Manning. Antimicrobial susceptibility profiles of human Campylobacter jejuni isolates in Michigan and the association with phylogenetic lineage and disease severity.
 
     
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