Publication of the Department - Surgery and Obstetrics

International Journal


  1. Khatun, Peter C. Thomson and Sergio C. García, 2020. Prediction of quarter level subclinical mastitis by combining in-line and on-animal sensor data. Animal Production Science 60 (1): 180-186.
  2. Khatun, R.M. Bruckmaier, P. C. Thomson, J. House, S. C. García, 2019. Suitability of somatic cell count, electrical conductivity, and lactate dehydrogenase in foremilk before versus after alveolar milk ejection for mastitis detection. Journal of Dairy Sciencedoi: 10.3168/jds.2018-15752.
  3. Khatun, P. C. Thomson, K. L. Kerrisk, N. A. Lyons, C. E. F. Clark, J. Molfino, S. C. García, 2018. Development of a new clinical mastitis detection method for automatic milking systems. Journal of Dairy Science 101(10):9385-9395. doi: 10.3168/jds.2017-14310.
  4. Khatun, C. E. F. Clark, N. A. Lyons, P. C. Thomson, K. L. Kerrisk, S.C. García, 2017. Early detection of clinical mastitis from electrical conductivity data in an automatic milking system. Animal Production Science 57(7) 1226-1232
  5. M. Larsen, C. Røntved, P. Theil, M. Khatun; C. Lauridsen, N. Kristensen, 2017. Effect of experimentally increased protein supply to postpartum dairy cows on plasma protein synthesis, rumen tissue proliferation, and immune homeostasis. Journal of Animal Science, 95, 2097–2110,doi: 10.2527/jas2016.1055
  6. M. Khatun, A. Ehsani, H.B.H Jørgensen, M.S. Lund, G. Sahana, P. Sørensen and C.M. Røntved1, 2017. Whole blood optimization and genetic association of ex vivo TNF-α responsiveness to killed E. coli in Danish Holstein cows. Livestock science 201, 92-98,
  7. G. Koop,  M.N. Islam, M.M. Rahman,  M. Khatun, J. Ferdous, M.A. Sayeed, S. Islam, M. Ahaduzzaman, S. Akter, A. Mannan, M.M. Hassan, R. Dissanayake, M.A. Hoque, 2016. Risk factors and therapy for goat mastitis in a hospital-based case-control study in Bangladesh. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 124,: 52–57 doi:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2015.12.00
  8. M. Khatun, C.M. Røntved; K.L. Ingvartsen, P. Sørensen, 2013. Effects of biopsy on the disease response of E. coli mastitis in dairy cows. Animal, 7 (10): 1721-1730.
  9. M. Khatun; P. Sørensen, H.B.H. Jørgensen, G. Sahana, L.P. Sørensen, M.S. Lund, K.L. Ingvartsen, M. Bjerring; B Buitenhuis, J, Rind, C.M. Røntved, 2013. Effects of Bostaurus autosome 9-located QTL-haplotypes on the disease phenotypes of dairy cows with experimentally induced Escherichia coli mastitis. Journal of Dairy Science, 96(3):1820-33. doi: 10.3168/jds.2012-5528
  10. M. Khatun, M.M.U. Bhuiyan, J.U. Ahmed, A. Haque, M.B. Rahman, M. Shamsuddin, 2011. In Vitro Maturation and Fertilization of Pre-pubertal and Pubertal Black Bengal Goat Oocytes. Journal of Veterinary Science, 12(1): 75-82. doi: 10.4142/jvs.2011.12.1.75
  11. A. Haque, M.M.U. Bhuiyan, M. Khatun, M. Shamsuddin, 2011 Parthenogenetic activation of Black Bengal goat oocytes. Journal of Embryo Transfer, 26(2):123-128.


National Journal


  1. Effects of breed, management system, milk yield and body weight on onset of postpartum ovarian cyclicity in cows, 2015. The Bangladesh Veterinarian 32 (1): 27 – 34. doi: 10.3329/bvet.v32i1.29254
  2. SK Bhowmik, MGS Alam, M Shamsuddin, M Khatun, The effect of GnRH analogue on the fertility of Prostaglandin F2-α induced oestrus cows. The Bangladesh Veterinarian (2014) 31(2): 60 – 69. doi: 10.3329/bvet.v31i2.27686
  3. Haq MM, Rahman MM, Rana S, Khatun M and Samaddar 2014. Prevalence of ovine footrot in Brahmaputra Chars (shoals) in Mymensingh, The Bangladesh Veterinarian (2014) 31(2): 74 – 831
  4. A.A.L. Quaderi, M. Husain, M.G.S. Alam, M. Khatun, M.A. Hossain, 2013. Prevalence of subclinical mastitis in dairy farms of Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 30(2): 70-77.
  5. A. Rahman, M.G.S. Alam, M. Khatun, J.U. Ahmed, 2009. Feed supplementation and weight change, milk yield and post-partum oestrus in Desi cows. The Bangladesh Veterinarian 26(2): 39 – 47.
  6. P. Shaha, M.G.S. Alam, M. Khatun, J.U. Ahmed, 2008. Breeding soundness of stud bull. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 25(2): 51-61. doi: 10.3329/bvet.v25i2.4618.