Recent Peer Reviewed Journal Publications
Chauhan, S. S., E.N. Ponnampalam, P. Celi, D.L. Hopkins , B. J. Leury, and F. R. Dunshea. 2016. High dietary vitamin E and selenium improves feed intake and weight gain of finisher lambs and maintains redox homeostasis under hot conditions. Small Rumin. Res. 137: 17-23. doi:10.1016/j.smallrumres.2016.02.011
Chauhan, SS, Celi, P, Leury, BJ, Dunshea, FR (2015).High dietary selenium and vitamin E supplementation ameliorates the impacts of heat load on oxidative status and acid-base balance in sheep. Journal of animal Science 93, 3342-3354. doi:10.2527/jas.2014-8731
Chauhan, SS, Celi, P, Leury, BJ, Liu, F, Dunshea, FR (2015) Exhaled Breath Condensate Hydrogen Peroxide Concentration, a Novel Biomarker for Assessment of Oxidative Stress in Sheep during Heat stress. Animal Production Science, “Accepted (online early)”. publish.csiro.au/paper/AN14070.htm
Chauhan, SS, Celi, P, Leury, BJ, Clarke, IJ, Dunshea, FR (2014). Dietary antioxidants at supranutritional doses improve oxidative status and reduce the negative effects of heat stress in sheep. Journal of Animal Science 92, 3364-3374. doi:10.2527/jas.2014-.7714
Chauhan SS, Celi P, Ponnampalam EN, Leury BJ, Liu F, Dunshea FR (2014). Antioxidant dynamics in the live animal and implications for ruminant health and product (meat/milk) quality: role of vitamin E and Selenium. Animal Production Science, 54, 1525-1536. dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN14334
Chauhan, SS, P. Celi, P, Fahri FT, Leury, BJ and Dunshea, FR (2014). Dietary antioxidants at supranutritional doses modulate skeletal muscle heat shock protein and inflammatory gene expression in sheep exposed to heat stress. Journal of Animal Science.92, 4897-4908. doi:10.2527/jas.2014-8047
Dunshea, FR, Leury, BJ, Fahri, F, DiGiacomo, K, Hung, A, Chauhan, SS, Clarke, IJ, Collier, R, Little, S, Baumgard, L, Gaughan, JB (2013) Amelioration of thermal stress impacts in dairy cows. Animal Production Science53, 965-975.
Celi, P, Chauhan SS, Cottrell JJ, Dunshea FR, Lean IJ, Leury BJ, Liu F. Oxidativestress in ruminants: enhancing productivity through antioxidant supplementation. Feedipedia, Broadening Horizones, Published December, 2014. feedipedia.org/content/feeds?category=13597.
Invited Keynote Speaker Paper
Chauhan, SS., Celi, P., Leury, B.J., Ponammpalam, E.N., Liu, F., Dunshea, F.R. (2014) Anti-oxidant dynamics in the live animal and implications for animal health and product (meat/milk) quality. Joint ISNH/ISRP International Conference 2014, Canberra Australia, 8-12 September, 2014.
Guest lecture on “Potential role of antioxidants to ameliorate heat stress in sheep”, 16th July 2013, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University, Ames, USA.
Invited lecture on “Cellular stress response; Heat stress response” 14th April, 2013, Department of Agriculture and Food Systems, The University of Melbourne.
Invited Lecture on “Impacts of climate change on sheep production and food security” Next Steps – 2013 for Master Students, Department of Agriculture and Food Systems, University of Melbourne.
International Conference Paper/Abstract Presented and Published
Chauhan, S.S, P. Celi,E. N. Ponnampalam, D.L. Hopkins , B.J. Leury, and F.R. Dunshea (2014).High dietary vitamin E and selenium improves oxidative status of finisher lambs during heat stress. Annual Meeting, EAAP- 2014, 24 – 29 August, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Celi, P and S.S, Chauhan. Oxidative Stress Management in Farm Animals: opportunities and Challenges? THE 4th International Conference on Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries (SAADC 2013) 27 – 31 July, 2013, Lanzhou University Lanzhou, China.
Chauhan, SS., Celi, P., Leury, B.J., Dunshea, F.R. Exhaled Breath Condensate Hydrogen Peroxide Concentration, a Novel Biomarker for Assessment of Oxidative Stress in Sheep during Heat stress. 11th World Conference of Animal production- 2013, October 15-20, Beijing, China.
Chauhan, SS., Celi, P., Leury, B.J., Dunshea, F.R., 2013. Supranutritional doses of selenium and vitamin E reduce the negative effects of heat stress in sheep by reducing systemic and respiratory oxidative stress. ADSA - ASAS Joint Annual Meeting, July 8 - 12, 2013, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
Chauhan, SS., Celi, P., Leury, B.J., Dunshea, F.R., 2012. Inclusion in the diet of concentrations of Vitamin E and Selenium above recommended level improves oxidative status and reduces heat stress in sheep. Nutrition Society of Australia, 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting, 27 - 30 November 2012, Wollongong, NSW, Australia.
Chauhan, SS., Celi, P., Leury, B.J., Dunshea, F.R., 2012. Supranutritional levels of antioxidants maintains feed intake and reduces heat stress in sheep. Journal of Animal Science 90 Supplement 3), 672.ADSA®-AMPA-ASAS-CSAS-WSASAS Joint Annual Meeting, 2012, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.