Faculty Research and Publication

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A major strength of the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department is its full-time faculty's commitment to research involving graduate and undergraduate students. This research commitment is an integral part of our teaching. A research project is required for all options in the M.S. Chemistry program, and, at the undergraduate level, research can be used as an elective credit. Some faculty have set up research web pages, which may be accessed using the links below.

Faculty Research

Dr. Andrade Rounds specializes in Organic/Physical Organic ChemistrySupramolecular chemistry and the structure-function-relationship of cyclodextrins with the aim of scavenging toxic agents from different environments. Visit the Cyclodextrin Lab's site to learn more.

Dr. Yong Ba focuses on the development and applications of magnetic resonance techniques for the studies of physicochemical properties of biomedically related macromolecules, hydrogel systems and nano-structured drug carriers. /research/ba 

Dr. Foster's research activities are designed to investigate the effects of sunlight on pollutants at the air-water interface.  For example, sunlight may react with elevated nitrate concentrations in watersheds to change the oxidation capacity of the water and the air.  In addition, many pesticides in air and water are decomposed by sunlight; however, little is known about the decomposition products.  Dr. Foster's research group investigates these types of fundamental questions using ion chromatography and LC/MS/MS.

Dr. Frank Gomez focuses on biological applications of capillary electrophoresis (CE) with a particular interest in molecular recognition and analysis of in-capillary enzyme-mediated transformations; bioinorganic, bioorganometallic, and main-group synthetic chemistry. /research/gomez

Dr. Gutierrez focuses on synthetic organic chemistry. Synthesis of highly substituted crown ethers as selective ionophores and enzyme mimics; ferric ion binding ligands as potential therapeutic agents for thalassermia; and other biologically active substances.

Dr. Hayes focuses on biochemical processes and protein machinery that modify and controls ribonucleic acids (RNAs).  An improved understanding of the regulation of RNA metabolism will lead to the development of new biotechnolotical tools. /research/hayes 

Dr. Liu focuses on design and synthesis of nanoporous materials (e.g. Metal-Organic Frameworks) for applications including energy storage, gas separation, carbon capture, catalysis, sensing, drug delivery and semiconductors. Our group is also interested in exploring new hybrid materials and studying the structure-property relationship through collaborations with computational scientists and industry. /research/yliu

Dr. McCurdy specializes in Bioorganic Chemistry. Synthesis of organic molecules designed to mimic calcium signaling in cells by binding and releasing calcium ions in response to light. /faculty/alison-mccurdy

Dr. Momand focuses on redox regulation of signal transduction pathways with a particular emphasis on the p53 tumor suppressor protein. Development of new assays for quantitative and qualitative analysis of oxidation reactions of protein amino acid residues. /research/jmomand 

Dr. Nickolaisen focuses on kinetic study of the gas phase photolysis of alkanes using flash photolysis/infrared photochemical techniques.

Dr. Rudd's research activities are focused on the teaching and learning of chemistry and other sciences that examine the natural world. His research groups investigate science instruction across a range of contexts, such as instructional methods in college classrooms, professional support for K-12 teachers, and institutional change within college and university science departments. Specific projects are: use of multiple representations in chemistry pedagogy, development of inquiry-based laboratory curricula, implementation of Next Generation Science Standards in K-12 curricula, and assessment of high-impact, low-cost strategies in college science courses. /faculty/james-rudd

Dr. Scott specializes in Computational and Biological Chemistry- the development of drugs to target proteins in the brain using molecular dynamics, docking, and virtual ligand screening.

Dr. Selke's specialization includes mechanistic organic, bioorganic, and organometallic chemistry, models for oxygen activation in enzymatic reactions. Organic and organometallic photochemistry. Chemistry of singlet oxygen. /research/selke.

Dr. Sode's research specializes in theoretical chemistry; computational approaches including electronic structure theory, molecular dynamics simulations and machine learning are employed to study multiscale chemical phenomena. olaseniosode.com

Dr. Tunstad specializes in synthetic organic chemistry; Synthesis of macrocycles for host-guest complexation studies.

Dr. Vellanoweth specializes in characterization of biochemical and molecular genetic events in the senescence of leaf tissue in Arabidopsis thaliana. Identification and cloning of senescence-specific genes and analysis of their regulation at the transcriptional level. Genetic dissection of leaf longevity using mutational approaches.

Dr. Vozka specializes in the characterization of complex chemical mixtures via two-dimensional gas chromatography. Fundamental understanding of the relationship between chemical composition and physical properties on a molecular level. /research/vozka-lab

Dr. Wang specializes in nanoscale electrochemical imaging/analysis. Interested areas: imaging single catalytic nanoparticles and relating the catalytic efficiency to structures; studying drug-protein interaction from single cell analysis; developing electrochemical sensors for environmental and food safety. /research/nanoscale-electrochemistry

Dr. Wen's research interests are at the chemistry-biology interface. We aim to understand the relationships between protein structure, dynamics, and function by integrating molecular biology techniques with biophysical methods (primarily NMR and CD). In particular, we are currently working on two biological systems to address how the interactions of protein-small molecule affect the structure of the protein, and accordingly the biological role of the protein: (1) Antifreeze protein and small molecule interactions, and (2) Zinc finger protein and toxic metal ion interactions - /research/wen

Dr. Zhou specializes in developing various sensitive instrumental methods to analyze environmentally and biologically important species using electrochemical and inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopic methods. Also, developing electrochemically- based biosensors. http://www.calstatela.edu/research/zhou 


Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are highlighted in bold)

  1. Bai, S; Wang, J.; Yang, K.; Zhou, C.; Xu, Y.; Song, J.; Gu, Y.; Chen, Z.; Wang, M.; Shoen, C; Andrade, B.; Cynamon, M.; Zhou, K.; Wang, H.; Cai, Q,; Oldfield, E.; Zimmerman, S. C.; Bai, Y,; Feng, X. A polymeric approach toward resistance-resistant antimicrobial agent with dual- selective mechanisms of action Science Advances 2021, 7, 5, eabc9917
  2. Andrade, B; Knewstub, S. N.; Harris, K.; Tucker, C. J. Katz, J. S. Zimmerman, S. C. Nonionic Surfactant Properties of Amphiphilic Hyperbranched Polyglycerols Langmuir 2020, 36, 34, 10103-10109.
  3. Park, J.; Andrade, B.; Seo, Y.; Kim, M.; Zimmerman, S. C.; Kong, H. Engineering the surface of therapeutic “living” cells Chem. Rev., 2018, 118, 1664–1690.
  4. Pedron, S.; Pritchard, A. M.; Vincil, G. A.; Andrade, B.; Zimmerman, S. C.; Harley, B. A. Patterning three-dimensional hydrogel microenvironments using hyperbranched polyglycerols for independent control of mesh size and stiffness Biomacromolecules, 2017, 18, 1393–1400.
  5. Smith, C. E.; Lee, J.; Seo, Y.; Clay, N.; Park, J.; Shkumatov, A.; Ernenwein, D.; Lai, M.; Misra, J.; Sing, C. E.; Andrade, B.; Zimmerman, S. C.; Kong, H. Worm-like superparamagnetic nanoparticle clusters for enhanced adhesion and magnetic resonance relaxivity ACS Appl. Mater. Interfac. 2017, 9, 1219–1225.
  6. Andrade, B; Song, Z.; Li, J.; Zimmerman, S. C.; Cheng, J.; Moore, J. S.; Harris, K.; Katz, J. S. New frontiers for encapsulation in the chemical industry ACS Appl. Mater. Interfac. 2015, 7, 6359– 6368.

Publications at Cal State LA

  1. Yajiao Hao, Edgar K. Papazyan, Yong Ba, and Yangyang Liu, Mechanism-Guided Design of Metal−Organic Framework Composites for Selective Photooxidation of a Mustard Gas Simulant under Solvent-Free Conditions, Catalysis, 12, 363-371 (2022).
  2. Yang Sun, Adiel F. Perez , Ivy L. Cardoza , Nina Baluyot-Reyes and Yong Ba, Mucoadhesive and Rheological Studies on the Co-Hydrogel Systems of Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Copolymers with Fluoroalkyl and Poly(Acrylic Acid), Polymers, 13, 1956 (2021). https://doi.org/10.3390/polym13121956.
  3. Adiel F. Perez , Kyle R. Taing, Justin C. Quon, Antonia Flores and Yong Ba, Effect of Type I Antifreeze Proteins on the Freezing and Melting Processes of Cryoprotective Solutions Studied by Site-Directed Spin Labeling Technique, Crystals, 9, 252-267 (2019).
  4. Antonia Flores, Justin C. Quon, Adiel F. Perez, and Yong Ba, Mechanisms of antifreeze proteins investigated via the site‑directed spin labeling technique, European Biophysics Journal, 47(6): 611-630 (2018).
  5. Kim Trang H. Nguyen, Errol V. Mathias, Edith Porter, Yong Ba, Diffusions of b- cyclodextrins in mucus studied by 19F diffusion NMR, Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, 86:273–282 (2016).
  6. Yong Ba, Yougang Mao, Luiz Galdino, Zorigoo Günsen, Effects of a type I antifreeze protein (AFP) on the melting of frozen AFP and AFP+solute aqueous solutions studied by NMR microimaging experiment, Journal of Biological Physics 39:131-144 (2013).
  7. Xiaojie Gu, Errol Mathias and Yong Ba, Structural Characterization and Diffusional Analysis of Fluoroadamantane β-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexes Studied via ¹H, ¹³C and ¹9F NMR Spectroscopy, Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry 76:427- 441 (2013).
  8. Yong Ba, John A. Ripmeester and Christopher I. Ratcliffe, Water Molecular Reorientation in Ice and Tetrahydrofuran Clathrate Hydrate from Line Shape Analysis of 17O Spin-Echo NMR Spectra, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 89 (9), 1055-1064 (2011).
  9. Yougang Mao, Myongho Jeong, Tieli Wang & Yong Ba, Threonine side chain conformational population distribution of a type I antifreeze protein on interacting with ice surface studied via 13C–15N, dynamic REDOR NMR, Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 39, 7-13 (2011).
  10. Errol V. Mathias & Julia Aponte & Julia A. Kornfield & Yong Ba, Properties of small molecular drug loading and diffusion in a fluorinated PEG hydrogel studied by 1H molecular diffusion NMR and 19F spin diffusion NMR, Colloid Polym Sci 288,1655–1663 (2010).
  11. Yougang Mao, Wei Lin and Yong Ba, Antifreeze Protein NMR Sensor to Detect Water Molecular Reorientation in the Surface of Ice, Journal of Chemical Physics 131, 101102 (2009).
  12. Xiangli Liu, Yougang Mao, Errol V. Mathias, Collin Ma, Osmundo Franco, Yong Ba, Julia A. Kornfield, Tieli Wang, Lijun Xue, Bingshen Zhou and YunYen, Study the Property of Double-Ended Fluoroalkyl Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Hydrogel as a Depot for Hydrophobic Drug Delivery Using Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Technique and Cell Proliferation Assay, Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, 45, 269-278 (2008).
  13. Errol V. Mathias, Xiangli Liu, Osmundo Franco, Imran Khan, Yong Ba and Julia A Kornfield, A Model of Drug-Loaded Fluorocarbon-based Micelles Studied by Electron-Spin Induced 19F Relaxation NMR and Molecular Dynamics Modeling, Langmuir, 24, 692-700 (2008).
  14. Steven Han, Errol V. Mathias, Yong Ba, Proton NMR Determination of Mg2+ and Ca2+ Concentrations Using Tetrasodium EDTA Complexes, Journal of Chemistry, 1(1),1-5 (2007).
  15. Yougang Mao and Yong Ba, Ice-Surface Adsorption Enhanced Colligative Effect of Antifreeze Proteins in Ice Growth Inhibition, Journal of Chemical Physics, 125 (9), 091102 (2006).
  16. Anuja Prabhutendolkar, Xiangli Liu, Errol Mathias, Yong Ba and Julia A. Kornfield, Synthesis of Chlorambucil-Tempol Adduct and its Delivery Using Fluoroalkyl Double- Ended Poly (Ethylene Glycol) Micelles, Drug Delivery, 13 (6), 433-440 (2006).
  17. Raffie Avakian, Yougang Mao, Danny Chagolla and Yong Ba, Temperature-Gradient Assistant Gas-Liquid Phase Synthesis of Clathrate Hydrates. Energy and Fuels, 20, 1197- 1200 (2006).
  18. Yougang Mao and Yong Ba, Insight into the Binding of Antifreeze Proteins to Ice Surfaces via 13C Spin Lattice Relaxation Solid State NMR, Biophysical Journal, 91, 1059-1068 (2006).
  19. Danny Chagolla, Errol V. Mathias and Yong Ba, Probing the Interaction of Solvents with the Stationary Phase of Zorbax SB-C18 HPLC Column Material by Variable-Temperature Dependent (VT) 129Xe NMR, Journal of Chromatography A, 1121, 23-31 (2006).
  20. Yong Ba, Steven Han, Lily Ni, Tony Su, and Andres Garcia, Dynamic NMR of Intramolecular Exchange Processes in EDTA Complexes of Sc3+, Y3+ and La3+ , J. Chem. Educ. 83, 296-298 (2006).
  21. Steven Han and Yong Ba, Determination of the Concentrations of Meta Cations in Aqueous Solution Using Proton NMR Spectral Area Integration of the EDTA Complexes, Journal of Solution Chemistry, Vol. 33, No. 3, 301-312 (2004).
  22. Danny Chagolla, Geezman Ezedine, and Yong Ba, Solvation, Interaction and Dynamics of Xenon Atoms in HPLC Column Materials Studied by Variable Temperature Dependent Xe- 129, H-1-Xe-129 Cross-Polarization, and Two-Dimensional NMR Experiments, Microsporous and Mesoporous Materials, 64, 155-163 (2003).
  23. Ba, Yong; Wongskhaluang; Jeff; Jiabo Li, Reversible Binding of the HPLC6 Isoform of Type I Antifreeze Proteins to Ice Surfaces and the Antifreeze Mechanism Studied by Multiple Quantum (MQ) Filtering - Spin Exchange NMR Experiment, (communication) J. Am. Chem. Soc, 125(2), 330-331 (2003).
  24. Ba, Yong, Chagolla, Danny, Structure, Dyanmics, and Interaction of the Stationery Phase and Xenon Atoms in the Zorbax SB-C18 HPLC Column Material Studied by Solid State NMR and 129Xe NMR, J. Phys. Chem. B. 106 (20), 5250-5257 (2002).

(Career total 24, 18 of which are peer-reviewed)

  • Slovacek, S.; Soto, K; Foster, K.L. Traditional vs. Affiliation Paths Model for Science Student Success. Advances in Social Science Research Journal, 2019, 6, 420-429.
  • Pech, H.; Henry, A.; Khachikian, C.S.; Salmassi, T.M.; Hanrahan, G.; Foster, K.L. Detection of Geothermal Phosphite Using High Performance Liquid Chromatography. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2009, 43, 7671-7675.
  • Do, T.Q.; Moshkani, S.; Castillo, P.; Anunta, S.; Pogosyan, A.; Cheung, A.; Marbois, B.; Faull, K.F.; Ernst, W.; Chiang, S.M.; Fujii, G.; Clarke, C.F.; Foster, K., and Porter, E. Lipids Including Cholesteryl Linoleate and Cholesteryl Arachidonate Contribute to the Inherent Antibacterial Activity of Human Nasal Fluid. J. Immunol. 2008, 181, 4177-4187.
  • Gonzalez, A.; Foster, K.L.; Hanrahan, G. Method Development and Validation for Optimized Separation of Benzo[a]pyrene-Quinone Isomers Using Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and Chemometric Response Surface Methodology. J Chromatogr. A, 2007, 1167, 135-142.
  • Ivey, M.M.; Foster, K.L. Detection of Phosphorus Oxyanions in Synthetic Geothermal Water Using Ion Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry Techniques. J Chromatogr. A, 2005, 1098, 95-103.
  • Foster, K.L. (Book review) Handbook of Ion Chromatography, 3rd, completely revised and enlarged edition, Volumes 1 and 2. By Joachim Wiess 9Dionex GmbH). Wiley-VCH Verlan GmBH & Co., KGaA: Weinheim, Germany. 2004. xiv + 894 pp. $395. ISBN 3-527-28701-9. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 20, 7657-7658.
  • Ivey, M.M.; Foster, K.L. Mass Spectrometer Characterization of Halogen Gases in Air at Atmospheric Pressure. Anal. Chem., 2005, 77, 1467-1472.
  • Hanrahan, G.; Salmassi, T.M.; Khachikian, C.S.; and Foster, K.L. Reduced Inorganic Phosphorus in the Natural Environment: Significance, Speciation and Determination. Talanta, 2005, 66, 435-444.
  • McDowell, M.M.; Ivey, M.M.; Lee*, M.E.; Firpo, V.V.V.D.*; Salmassi, T.M.; Khachikian, C.S.; and Foster, K.L. Detection of Hypophosphite, Phosphite, and Orthophosphate in Natural Geothermal Water by Ion Chromatography. J. Chromatogr. A, 2004, 1039, 105-111.
  • Awakening at Sunrise: How My Arctic Experience Shaped My Career Goals. Science Next Wave [Online] 2002, 1-March, Career Transitions, Cool Careers: Scientists at the Poles, Chemistry and Atmospheric Chemistry.
  • Spicer, C.W.; Plastridge, R.A.; Foster, K.L.; Finlayson-Pitts, B.J.; Bottenheim, J.W.; Grannas, A.M.; and Shepson, P.B. Molecular Halogens During Ozone Depletion Events in the Arctic at Polar Sunrise: Concentrations and Sources. Atmos. Environ. 2002, 36, 2721-2731.
  • Foster, K.L.; Plastridge, R.A.; Bottenheim, J.W.; Shepson, P.B.; Finlayson-Pitts, B.J.; and Spicer, C.W. The Role of Br2 and BrCl in Surface Ozone Destruction at Polar Sunrise. Science 2001, 291, 471-474.
  • Hudson, P.K.; Foster, K.L.; Tolbert, M.A.; George, S.M.; Carlo, S.R. and Grassian, V.H. HBr Uptake on Ice: Uptake Coefficient, H2O/HBr Hydrate Formation, and H2O Desorption Kinetics. J. Phys. Chem. A 2001, 105, 694-702.
  • Knipping, E.M.; Lakin, M J.; Foster, K.L.; Jungwirth, P.; Tobias, D.J.; Gerber, R.B.; Dabdub, D.; and Finlayson-Pitts, B J. Experiments and Simulations of Ion-Enhanced Interfacial Chemistry on Aqueous NaCl Aerosols. Science 2000, 288, 301-306.
  • Foster, K.L.; Caldwell, T.E.; Benter,T.; Langer,S.; Hemminger,J.C.; and Finlayson- Pitts, B.J. Techniques for Quantifying Ambient HOCl Using Atmopspheric Pressure Chemical Ionization-Mass Spectrometry American Meteorological Society Symposium of Atmospheric Chemistry Issues in the 21st Century Preprints 2000, Long Beach, CA, pp 60 – 63.
  • Foster, K.L.; Caldwell, T.E.; Benter, T.; Langer, S.; Hemminger, J.C.; and Finlayson- Pitts, B.J. Techniques for Quantifying Ambient HOCl Using Atmospheric Pressure Ionization-Mass Spectrometry. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1999, 24, 5615-5622.
  • Caldwell, T.E.; Foster, K.L.; Benter, T.; Langer, S.; Hemminger, J.C.; and Finlayson- Pitts, B.J. Characterization of HOCl Using Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Mass Spectrometry. J. Phys. Chem. A 1999, 103, 41, 8231-8238.
  • Foster, K.L.; Tolbert, M.A.; and George, S.M. Interaction of HCl with Ice: Investigation of the Predicted Trihydrate, Hexahydrate, and Monolayer Regimes. J. Phys. Chem. 1997, 101, 27, 4979-4986.

  1. Hayes ML, Santibanez PI*. A plant pentatricopeptide repeat protein with a DYW-deaminase domain is sufficient for catalyzing C-to-U RNA editing in vitro. J Biol Chem. 2020;295(11):3497-3505. doi:10.1074/jbc.RA119.011790
  2. Sandoval R., Boyd RD, Kiszter AN, Mirzakhanyan Y, Santibańez P, Gershon PD, and Hayes ML. Stable native RIP9 complexes associate with C-to-U RNA editing activity, PPRs, RIPs, OZ1, ORRM1, and ISE2. Plant J. 2019 99::1116-1126.
  3. Diaz MF, Bentolila S, Hayes ML, Hanson MR, Mulligan RM. A protein with an unusually short PPR domain, MEF8, affects editing at over 60 Arabidopsis mitochondrial C targets of RNA editing. Plant J. 2017. doi: 10.1111/tpj.13709. PubMed PMID: 29035004.
  4. Hayes ML, Dang KN, Diaz MF, Mulligan RM. A conserved glutamate residue in the C-terminal deaminase domain of pentatricopeptide repeat proteins is required for RNA editing activity. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2015 290:10136-42.
  5. Hayes ML, Giang K, Berhane B, Mulligan RM. Identification of two pentatricopeptide repeat genes required for RNA editing and zinc binding by C-terminal cytidine deaminase-like domains. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2013 288: 36519-29.
  6. Hayes ML, Giang K, Mulligan RM. Molecular evolution of pentatricopeptide repeat genes reveals truncation in species lacking an editing target and structural domains under distinct selective pressures. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 2012 12: 66.
  7. Hayes ML, Mulligan RM. Pentatricopeptide repeat proteins constrain genome evolution in chloroplasts. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2011 28(7): 2029-39.
  8. Hayes ML, Hanson MR. High conservation of a 5’ element required for RNA editing of a C target in chloroplast psbE transcripts. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 2008 67: 233-45.
  9. Heller WP, Hayes ML, Hanson MR. Cross-competition in editing of chloroplast RNA transcripts in vitro implicates sharing of trans-factors between different C targets. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2008 283: 7314-7319.
  10. Hayes ML and Hanson MR. Assay of editing of exogenous RNAs in chloroplast extracts of Arabidopsis, maize, pea, and tobacco. Methods of Enzymology. 2007 424: 459-482.
  11. Hayes ML and Hanson MR. Identification of a sequence motif critical for editing of a tobacco chloroplast transcript. RNA. 2007 13: 281-288.
  12. Hayes ML, Reed ML, Hegeman CE, and Hanson MR. Sequence elements critical for efficient RNA editing of a tobacco chloroplast transcript in vivo and in vitro. Nucleic Acids Research. 2006 34: 3742-3754.
  13. Hegeman CE, Hayes ML, and Hanson MR. Substrate and cofactor requirements for RNA editing of chloroplast transcripts in Arabidopsis in vitro. Plant J. 2005 42: 124-132.

Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from CSULA are in bold, #equal contribution, *corresponding author)

  1. Hao, Y.; Papazyan, E. K.; Ba, Y.; Liu, Y.* Mechanism-Guided Design of Metal–Organic Framework Composites for Selective Photooxidation of a Mustard Gas Simulant under Solvent-Free Conditions. ACS Catal. 2022, 12, 363-371.
  2. Zhang, J.; Zhang, R.; Liu, Y.; Kong, Y.-R.; Luo, H.-B.; Zou, Y.; Zhai, L.; Ren, X.-M. Acidic Groups Functionalized Carbon Dots Capping Channels of a Proton Conductive Metal–Organic Framework by Coordination Bonds to Improve the Water-Retention Capacity and Boost Proton Conduction. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2021, 13, 60084-60091.
  3. Kong, Y.-R.; Zhang, R.; Zhang, J.; Luo, H.-B.; Liu, Y.; Zou, Y.; Ren, X.-M. Microwave-Assisted Rapid Synthesis of Nanoscale MOF-303 for Hydrogel Composites with Superior Proton Conduction at Ambient-Humidity Conditions. ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2021, 4, 14681-14688.
  4. Liu, M.; Zhang, J.; Kong, Y.-R.; Luo, H.-B.*; Liu, Y.; Ren, X.-M.* Thin Films of an Ultrastable Metal– Organic Framework for Formic Acid Sensing with High Selectivity and Excellent Reproducibility. ACS Materials Lett. 2021, 3, 1746–1751.
  5. Zhang, J.; He X.; Kong, Y.-R.; Luo, H.-B.*; Liu, M.; Liu, Y.; Ren, X.-M.* Efficiently Boosting Moisture Retention Capacity of Porous Superprotonic Conducting MOF-802 at Ambient Humidity via Forming a Hydrogel Composite Strategy. ACS Appl. Mater. Interface 2021, 13, 37231-37238.
  6. Hao, Y.; Liu, B. M.; Bennett, T. F.; Monsour, C. G.; Selke, M.*; Liu, Y.* Determination of Singlet Oxygen Quantum Yield of a Porphyrinic Metal–Organic Framework. J. Phys. Chem. C 2021, 125, 7392-7400.
  7. Luo, H.-B.; Castro, A. J.; Wasson, M. C.; Flores, W.; Farha, O. K.; Liu, Y.* Rapid, Biomimetic Degradation of a Nerve Agent Simulant by Incorporating Imidazole Bases into a Metal-Organic Framework. ACS Catal. 2021, 11, 1421-1429.
  8. Zhang, X.; Wasson, M. C.; Shayan M.; Berdichevsky, E. K.; Ricardo-Noordberg, J.; Singh, Z.; Papazyan, E. K.; Castro, A. J.; Marino, P.; Ajoyan, Z.; Chen, Z.; Islamoglu, T.; Howarth, A. J.*; Liu, Y.*; Majewski, M. B.*; Katz, M. J.*; Mondloch, J. E.*; Farha, O. K.* A Historical Perspective on Porphyrin-based Metal-Organic Frameworks and Their Applications. Coord. Chem. Rev. 2020, 429, 213615.
  9. Klein, S. E.; Sosa, J. D.; Castonguay, A. C.; Flores, W. I.; Zarzar, L. D.*; Liu, Y.* Green Synthesis of Zr-Based Metal-Organic Framework Hydrogel Composites and Their Enhanced Adsorptive Properties. Inorg. Chem. Front. 2020, 7, 4813-4821.
  10. Luo, H.-B.; Ren, Q.; Liu, Y.*; Zhang, J.; Ren, X. M.* Proton Conduction of an Acid-Resistant Open- Framework Chalcogenidometalate Hybrid in Anhydrous versus Humid Environments. Inorg. Chem. 2020, 59, 7283–7289.
  11. Ilacas, G. C.; Basa, A.; Nelms, K. J.; Sosa, J. D.; Liu, Y.*; Gomez, F. A.* Paper-based microfluidic devices for glucose assays employing a metal-organic framework (MOF). Anal. Chim. Acta. 2019, 1055, 74-80.
  12. Cagan, D. A.; Garcia, A. C.; Li, K.; Ashen-Garry, D.; Tadle, A. C.; Zhang, D.; Nelms, K. J., Liu, Y., Shallenberger, J. R., Stapleton, J. J., Selke, M. Chemistry of Singlet Oxygen with a Cadmium−Sulfur Cluster: Physical Quenching versus Photooxidation. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019, 141, 67−71.
  13. Pereira, C. F.; Liu, Y.; Howarth, A.; Figueira, F.; Rocha, J.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K.; Tome, J. P. C.; Paz, F. A. A. Detoxification of a Mustard-Gas Simulant by Nanosized Porphyrin Based Metal−Organic Frameworks. ACS Appl. Nano Mater. 2019, 2, 465-469.
  14. Sosa, J. D.; Bennett, T. F.; Nelms, K. J.; Liu, B. M.; Tovar R. C.; Liu, Y.*. Metal-Organic Framework Hybrid Materials and Their Applications”, Crystals, 2018, 8, 325.
  15. Garcia-Holley, P.; Schweitzer, B.; Islamoglu, T.; Liu, Y.; Lin, L.; Rodriguez, S.; Weston, M. H.; Hupp, J. T.; Gómez-Gualdrón, D. A.; Yildirim, T.; Farha, O. K. Benchmark Study of Hydrogen Storage in Metal-Organic Frameworks under Temperature and Pressure Swing Conditions. ACS Energy Lett. 2018, 3(3), 748-754.
  16. Liu, Y.; Howarth, A. J.; Vermeulen, N.A.; Moon, S. Y.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Catalytic Degradation of Chemical Warfare Agents and Their Simulants by Metal-Organic Frameworks. Coord. Chem. Rev. 2017, 346, 101-111.
  17. Howard, A. J.; Buru, C. T.; Liu, Y.; Ploskonka, A. M.; Hartlieb, K. J.; McEntee, M.; Mahle, J. J.; Buchanan, J. H.; Durke, E. M.; Al-Juaid, S. S.; Stoddart, J. F.; DeCoste, J. B.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Postsynthetic incorporation of a Singlet Oxygen Photosensitizer in a Metal-Organic Framework for Fast and Selective Oxidative Detoxification of Sulfur Mustard. Chem. Eur. J. 2017, 23, 214-218.
  18. Liu, Y.#; Buru, C. T.#; Howarth, A. J.; Mahle, J. J.; Buchanan, J. H.; DeCoste, J. B.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Efficient and Selective Oxidation of Sulfur Mustard using Singlet Oxygen Generated by a Pyrene- based Metal-Organic Frameworks. J. Mater. Chem. A. 2016, 4, 13809-13813.
  19. Xu, Y.; Vermeulen, N. A.; Liu, Y.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. SALE-Ing a MOF-Based “Ship of Theseus.” Sequential Building-Block Replacement for Complete Reformulation of a Pillared- Paddlewheel Metal-Organic Framework. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2016, 4345-4348.
  20. Liu, Y.; Klet, R. C.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Probing the Correlations Between the Defects in Metal- Organic Frameworks and Their Catalytic Activity by an Epoxide Ring-opening Reaction. Chem. Commun. 2016, 52, 7806-7809.
  21. Howarth, A. J.#; Liu, Y.#; Li, P.; Li, Z.; Wang, T. C.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Chemical, Thermal and Mechanical Stabilities of Metal-Organic Frameworks. Nat. Rev. Mater. 2016, 1, 15018.
  22. Thornburg, N. E.; Liu, Y.; Li, P.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K.; Notestein, J. M. MOFs and Their Grafted Analogues: Regioselective Epoxide Ring-opening with Zr6 Nodes. Catal. Sci. Technol. 2016, 6, 6480- 6484.
  23. Klet, R. C.; Liu, Y.; Wang, T. C.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Evaluation of Brønsted Acidity and Proton Topology in Zr- and Hf-based Metal-Organic Frameworks Using Potentiometric Acid-Base Titration. J. Mater. Chem. A. 2016, 4, 1479-1485.
  24. Platero-Prats, A.; Mavrandonakis, A. M.; Gallington, L. C.; Liu, Y.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K.; Cramer, C. J.; Chapman, K. W. Structural Transitions of the Metal-Oxide Nodes within Metal-Organic Frameworks: On the Local Structures of NU-1000 and UiO-66. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 4178- 4185.
  25. Liu, Y.; Moon, S.-Y.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Dual-Function Metal-Organic Framework as a Versatile Catalyst for Detoxifying Chemical Warfare Agent Simulants. ACS Nano. 2015, 9, 12358-12364.
  26. Liu, Y.#; Howarth, A. J.#; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Selective Photooxidation of a Mustard-Gas Simulant Catalyzed by a Porphyrinic Metal-Organic Framework. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 9001-9005.
  27. Moon, S.-Y.#; Liu, Y.#; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Instantaneous Hydrolysis of Nerve-Agent Simulants with a Six-Connected Zirconium-Based Metal-Organic Framework. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 6795-6799.
  28. Wang, S.; Morris, W.; Liu, Y.; McGuirk, M.C.; Zhou, Y.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K.; Mirkin, C. A. Surface-Specific Functionalization of Nanoscale Metal-Organic Frameworks. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 14738-14742.
  29. Howarth, A. J.; Liu, Y.; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Metal-Organic Frameworks for Applications in Remediation of Oxyanion/Cation-contaminated Water. CrystEngComm. 2015, 17, 7245-7253.
  30. Chen, Y.-P.; Liu, Y.; Liu, D.; Bosch, M.; Zhou, H.-C. Direct Measurement of Adsorbed Gas Redistribution in Metal-Organic Frameworks. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 2919-2930.
  31. Beyzavi, M. H.#; Stephenson, C.#; Liu, Y.#; Hupp, J. T.; Farha, O. K. Metal-Organic Framework-based Catalysts: Chemical Fixation of CO2 with Epoxides leading to Cyclic Organic Carbonates. Front. Energy. Res. 2015, 2, 63.
  32. Liu, T.-F.; Zou, L.; Feng, D.; Chen, Y.-P.; Fordham, S.; Wang, X.; Liu, Y.; Zhou, H.-C. Stepwise Synthesis of Robust Metal-Organic Frameworks via Postsynthetic Metathesis and Oxidation of Metal Nodes in a Single-Crystal to Single-Crystal Transformation. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 7813-7816.
  33. Xie, Y.; Yang, H.; Wang, U. Z.; Liu, Y.; Li, J.-R.; Zhou, H.-C. Unusual Preservation of Polyhedral Molecular Building Units in a Metal-Organic Framework with Evident Desymmetrization in Ligand Design. Chem. Comm. 2014, 50, 563-565.
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Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are highlighted in bold)

  • Momand, J. and Clarke, S. (1987). Rapid degradation of D- and L-succinimide-containing peptides by a post proline endopeptidase from human erythrocytes. Biochemistry 26, 7798-7805.
  • Momand, J.A. and Clarke, S. (1990). The fidelity of protein synthesis: Can mischarging by aspartyl- tRNAAsp synthetase lead to the formation of isoaspartyl residues in proteins? Biochem. Biophys. Acta 1040, 153-158.
  • Levine, A.J. and Momand, J. (1990). Tumor suppressor genes: the p53 and retinoblastoma sensitivity genes and gene products. Biochem. Biophys. Acta 1032, 119-136.
  • Levine, A.J., Momand, J. and Finlay, C.A. (1991). The p53 tumor suppressor gene. Nature 351, 453- 456.
  • Momand, J., Zambetti, G.P., Olson, D.C., George, D. and Levine, A.J. (1992). The mdm-2 oncogene product forms a complex with the p53 protein and inhibits p53 mediated transactivation. Cell 69, 1237-1245.
  • Seto, E., Usheva, A., Zambetti, G.P., Momand, J., Horikoshi, N., Weinman, R., Levine, A.J., and Shenk, T. (1992).Wild-type p53 binds to the TATA binding protein and interferes with transcription. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 89, 12028-12032.
  • Olson, D.C., Marechal, V., Momand, J., Chen, J. Romacki, C., and Levine, A.J. (1993). Identification and characterization of multiple mdm-2 proteins and mdm-2-p53 protein complexes. Oncogene 8, 2353-2360.
  • Momand, J. and Zambetti, G.P. (1996). Analysis of the proportion of p53 bound to mdm-2 in cells with defined growth characteristics. Oncogene 12, 2279-2289.
  • Sepehrnia, B., Paz, I.B., Dasgupta, G. and Momand, J. (1996). Heat Shock Protein 84 forms a complex with mutant p53 protein predominantly within a cytoplasmic compartment of the cell. J. Biol. Chem. 271, 15084-15090.
  • Momand, J. and Sepehrnia, B. Detection and Isolation of Recombinant Proteins from Mammalian Cells by Immunoaffinity Chromatography: p53. In "Methods in Molecular Biology: Expression and Detection of Recombinant Genes," (R.S. Tuan, ed.), vol. 63, pp 161-172, 1997, Humana Press, Clifton, NJ.
  • Momand, J. and Zambetti, G.P. (1997). Mdm-2: "Big Brother" of p53. J. Cell. Biochem. 64, 343-352.
  • Chin, P.L., Momand, J. and Pfeifer, G.P. (1997). In vivo evidence for binding of p53 to consensus binding sites in the p21 and GADD45 genes in response to ionizing radiation. Oncogene 15, 87- 99.
  • Botuyan, M.V., Momand, J., Chen, Y. (1997). Solution conformation of an essential region of the p53 transactivation domain. Folding & Design 2, 331-342.
  • Dasgupta, G. and Momand, J. (1997). Geldanamycin prevents nuclear translocation of mutant p53. Exp. Cell. Res. 237, 29-37.
  • Wu, H.-H. and Momand, J. (1998). Pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate prevents p53 activation and promotes p53 cysteine residue oxidation. J. Biol. Chem. 273, 18898-18905.
  • Momand, J., Jung, D. and Niland, J. (1998). The MDM2 gene amplification database. Nucleic Acids Res. 26, 3453-3459.
  • Li, J.R., Chou, C.K., McDougall, J., Dasgupta, G., Wu, H.-H., Ren, R.L., Lee, A. and Momand, J. (1999). p53 tumor suppressor protein in normal human fibroblasts does not respond to 837 MHz microwave exposure. Radiation Research 151, 710-716.
  • Wu, H.-H., Sherman, M., Yuan, Y.-C., and Momand, J. (1999). Direct redox modulation of p53 protein: potential sources of redox control and potential outcomes. Gene Ther. Mol. Biol. 4, 119-132.
  • Momand, J., Wu, H.-H. and Dasgupta, G. (2000). MDM2-master regulator of the p53 tumor suppressor protein. Gene 242 15-29.
  • Coleman, A.B., Momand, J., and Kane, S.E. (2000). Basic fibroblast growth factor sensitizes NIH 3T3 cells to apoptosis induced by cisplatin. Mol. Pharm. 57:324-333.
  • Wu, H.-H., Thomas, J.A. and Momand, J. (2000). p53 protein oxidation in cultured cells in response to PDTC-a novel method for relating the amount of p53 oxidation in vivo to the regulation of p53- responsive genes. Biochem. J. 351:87-93.
  • Makmura, L., Areopagita, A., Furuta, S., Muñoz, A. and Momand, J. (2001). Development of a sensitive assay to detect reversibly oxidized cysteine sulfhydryl groups. Antioxid. Redox Signal. 3:1105-1118.
  • Furuta, S., Ortiz, F., Sun, X.Z., Wu, H-H, Mason, A., and Momand, J. (2002). Copper uptake is required for pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate-mediated oxidation and protein level increase of p53 in cells. Biochem. J. 365, 639-648.
  • Momand, J., Furuta, S., and Aspuria, P.J. (2004). “MDM2 and MDMX-regulators of p53 activity”, a chapter in The p53 Tumor Suppressor Pathway and Cancer, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers (New York, NY).
  • Sun, X.Z., Nguyen, J., and Momand, J. (2003). Purification of recombinant p53 from Sf9 insect cells. p53 Protocols; Methods in Molecular Biology Series, Humana Press, 234 , 17-28.
  • Sun, X.Z., Vinci, C., Makmura, L., Han, S., Tran, D., Nguyen, J., Hamann, M., Grazziani, S., Sheppard, S., Gutova, M., Zhou, F., Thomas, J., and Momand, J. (2003). Formation of disulfide bond in p53 correlates with inhibition of DNA binding and tetramerization. Antioxid. Redox Signal. 5, 655-665.
  • Yao, X., Li, X., Toledo, F., Zurita-Lopez, C., Gutova, M., Momand, J., Zhou, F. (2006). Sub- attomole oligonucleotide and p53 cDNA determinations via a high-resolution SPR combined with oligonucleotide-capped gold nanoparticle signal amplification. Anal. Biochem. 354, 220- 228.
  • Harrigan, J.A., Fan, J., Momand, J., Perrino, F.W., Bohr, V.A., Wilson, D.M.III (2006). WRN exonuclease activity is blocked by DNA termini harboring 3' obstructive groups. Mech of Ageing Dev, 128, 259-266.
  • Krilowicz, B., Sharp, S.B., Warter-Perez, N., Johnston, W., Momand, J. (2007). A summer program designed to educate college students for careers in bioinformatics. CBE-Life Sci. Educ. 6, 74- 83.
  • Wang J., Zhu X., Tu Q., Guo Q., Zarui C.S., Momand J., Sun X.Z., and Zhou F. (2008). Capture of p53 by electrodes modified with consensus DNA duplexes and amplified voltammetric detection using ferrocene-capped gold nanoparticle/streptavidin conjugates. Anal Chem. 80, 769-774.
  • Sanchez, R., Riddle, M., Woo, J., and Momand, J. (2008). Prediction of reversibly oxidized protein cysteine thiols using protein structure properties. Protein Sci. 17, 473-481.
  • Momand J., Villegas A., and Belyi V.A. (2011). The evolution of MDM2 family genes. Gene 486, 23- 30.
  • Warner, W.A., Sanchez, R., Dawoodian, A., Li, E., and Momand, J. (2012). Identification of FDA- approved drugs that computationally bind to MDM2. Chem. Biol. Drug Des. 80, 631-637.
  • Mendoza, M., Mandani, G., and Momand, J. (2014). The MDM2 gene family. Biomol. Concepts 5, 9-19 DOI 10.1515/bmc-2013-0027.
  • Warner, W.A., Wong, D.J., Palma-Diaz, F., Shibuya, T.Y., Momand, J. (2015). Clinicopathological and Targeted Exome Gene Features of a Patient with Metastatic Acinic Cell Carcinoma of the Parotid Gland Harboring an ARID2 Nonsense Mutation and CDKN2A/B Deletion. Case Rep Oncol Med. 2015:893694. PubMed PMID: 26634163; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4655020.
  • Theile, D., Geng, S., Denny, E.C., Momand, J., Kane, S.E. (2017). t-Darpp stimulates protein kinase A activity by forming a complex with its RI regulatory subunit. Cell Signal. 40, 53-61. PubMed PMID: 28867659; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5651189
  • Momand, J., Magdziarz, P., Feng, Y., Jiang, D., Parga, E., Celis, A., Denny, E., Wang, X., Phillips, M.L., Monterroso, E., Kane, S.E., Zhou, F. (2017). t-Darpp is an elongated monomer that binds to calcium and is phosphorylated by cyclin-dependent kinases 1 and 5. FEBS Open Bio. 7, 1328-1337. PubMed PMID: 28904862; Pubmed Central PMCID: PMC5586343
  • Lenz, G., Hamilton, A., Geng, S., Hong, T., Kalkum, M., Momand, J., Kane, S., Huss, J. (2017). t- Darpp activates IGF-1R signaling to regulate glucose metabolism in trastuzumab-resistant breast cancer cells. Clin Cancer Res. pii: clincanres.0824.2017. doi: 10.1158/1078-0432.CCR- 17-0824. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 29180608.
  • Theile, D., Lenz, G., Momand, J., Kane, S. Resistance to HER2-targeted therapy, in Resistance to Targeted Therapies in Breast Cancer, J.R. Prosperi, Editor. 2017, Springer: Cham. p. 35-88.
  • Avanes, A., Lenz, G., Momand, J. (2018). Darpp-32 and t-Darpp protein products of PPP1R1B: old dogs with new tricks. Biochem Pharmacol. 2018 Dec 12. pii: S0006-2952(18)30507-0. doi: 10.1016/j.bcp.2018.12.008. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 30552871
  • Wang, X., Magdziarz, P., Enriquez, E., Zhao, W., Quan, C., Darabedian, N., Momand, J., Zhou, F. (2019). Surface Plasmon Resonance and Cytotoxicity Assays of Drug Efficacies Predicted Computationally to Inhibit p53/MDM2 Interaction. Anal Biochem. 569, 53-58. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ab.2019.01.012.
  • Murad R, Avanes A, Ma X, Geng S, Mortazavi A, Momand J. (2021) Transcriptome and chromatin landscape changes associated with trastuzumab resistance in HER2+ breast cancer cells. Gene. Oct 5;799:145808. doi: 10.1016/j.gene.2021.145808. Epub 2021 Jul 2. PMID: 34224831.
  • Shah A.K., Momand J. (2021) Dampening of Inflammatory Markers and Understanding COVID- 19 Viral Disease Development: A Combinatorial Approach. In: Sobti R.C., Dhalla N.S., Watanabe M., Sobti A. (eds) Delineating Health and Health System: Mechanistic Insights into Covid 19 Complications. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16- 5105-2_16

  • S.L. Nickolaisen and S.E. Bialkowski “Pulsed Infrared Laser Thermal Lens Spectrophotometry of Flowing Gas Samples” Analytical Chemistry 57, 758 (1985).
  • S.E. Bialkowski, G.R. Long and S.L. Nickolaisen “Pulsed Infrared Laser Photothermal Spectrometry in Gas-Phase Chemical Analysis” Journal of the Optical Society, A 2, 107 (1985).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen and S.E. Bialkowski “Pulsed Laser Thermal Lens Spectrophotometry for Flowing Liquid Detection” Analytical Chemistry 58, 215 (1986).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen and S.E. Bialkowski “A Least-Squares Digital Filter for Repetitive Data Acquisition” Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Science 26, 57 (1986).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen and S.E. Bialkowski “Species-Selective Detection in Gas Chromatography by Photothermal Deflection Spectroscopy” Journal of Chromatography 366, 127 (1986).
  • S.K. Shin, Y. Chen, S.L. Nickolaisen, S.W. Sharpe, R.A. Beaudet and C. Wittig “Photoinitiated Reactions in Weakly-Bonded Complexes” Advances in Photochemistry 16, 249 (1990).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen, H.E. Cartland, D. Veney and C. Wittig “CO(v,J) Product State Distributions from the Reaction: O(3P) + OCS ® CO + SO” Optical Methods for Time- and State-Resolved Chemistry, C.Y. Ng, ed. SPIE Vol. 1638, 132 (1992).
  • H.E. Cartland, S.L. Nickolaisen and C. Wittig “Reactive Scattering of ‘Hot’ H Atoms with CO2 and OCS” Optical Methods for Time- and State-Resolved Chemistry, C.Y. Ng, ed. SPIE Vol. 1638, 368 (1992).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen, H.E. Cartland and C. Wittig “CO Internal Excitation from the Reaction: H + CO2-> CO + OH” Journal of Chemical Physics 96, 4378 (1992).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen and H.E. Cartland “The H + OCS Hot Atom Reaction: CO State Distributions and Translational Energy from Time-Resolved Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy” Journal of Chemical Physics 99, 1145 (1993).
  • H.E. Cartland and S.L. Nickolaisen “CO Internal Excitation in the Photodissociation of Cr(CO)6 at 278 nm” Chemical Physics Letters 210, 327 (1993).
  • S.P. Sander, S.L. Nickolaisen and R.R. Friedl “ClO + ClO ® Products: A Case Study in Halogen Monoxide Disproportionation and Recombination Reactions” The Tropospheric Chemistry of Ozone in the Polar Regions, H. Niki and K.H. Becker, eds. NATO ASI Series, Vol. 17 (1994).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen, D. Veney and H.E. Cartland “CO(v,J) Product State Distributions from the Reaction: O(3P) + OCS ® CO + SO” Journal of Chemical Physics 100, 4925 (1994).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen, R.R. Friedl and S.P. Sander “Kinetics and Mechanism of the ClO + ClO Reaction: Pressure and Temperature Dependences of the Bimolecular and Termolecular Channels and Thermal Decomposition of Chlorine Peroxide, ClOOCl” Journal of Physical Chemistry 98, 155 (1994).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen, C. Miller, S.P. Sander, J.S. Francisco, M. Hand and I. Williams “Pressure Dependence and Metastable State Formation in the Photolysis of Dichlorine Oxide (Cl2O)” Journal of Chemical Physics 104, 2857 (1996).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen and S.P. Sander “Pressure Dependences in the Broadband Photolysis of Chlorine Nitrate” Journal of Physical Chemistry 100, 10165 (1996).
  • C.E. Miller, S.L. Nickolaisen, J.S. Francisco, and S.P. Sander “The OBrO C(2A2) ¬ X(2B1) Absorption Spectrum” Journal of Chemical Physics 107, 2300 (1997).
  • A. Fratiello, V. Kubo-Anderson, D.J. Lee*, T. Mao*, K. Ng, S.L. Nickolaisen, R.D. Perrigan, V. San Lucas*, W. Tikkanen, A. Wong*, and K. Wong* “Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Zinc(II) and Cadmium(II) Complexing with Isothiocyanate” Journal of Solution Chemistry 27, 331 (1998).
  • S.L. Nickolaisen, C.M. Roehl, L.K. Blakeley*, R.R. Friedl, J.S. Francisco, R. Liu, and S.P. Sander “Temperature Dependence of the HO2 + ClO Reaction. 1. Reaction Kinetics and ab initio Studies of the Potential Surface” Journal of Physical Chemistry 104, 308 (2000).
  • F. Zhou, A.J. Baca*, J. Vincent, S. La Dochy, M. Luna and S.L. Nickolaisen “Fine-Scale Analysis of Airborne Particles for Heavy Metals and Nitrogen- and Sulfur-Containing Species in East Los Angeles” Air Pollution 8, 274 (2000).
  • W.J. Bloss, S.L. Nickolaisen, R.J. Salawitch, R.R. Friedl, and S.P. Sander “Kinetics of the ClO Self-Reaction and 210 nm Absorption Cross Section of the ClO Dimer” Journal of Physical Chemistry A 105, 11226 (2001).
  • D.A. Mah, J. Cabrera*, H. Nation*, M Ramos*, S. Sharma*, and S.L. Nickolaisen “Mid-Infrared Spectrum of Gas Phase Ethyl Peroxy Radical: C2H5OO” Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107(22), 4354 (2003).

  1. Foster KF; Menzies HM; Narguizian PN; Wen X; Rudd JA, II. Working title: Why and How to Implement Flipped Learning in Large Lecture Science Courses. Manuscript under preparation.
  2. Lin X; Son JY; Rudd, JA, II. Assessing Students’ Ability to Translate Nanoscale Representations in Chemistry. Chemical Education Research and Practice, reviewed manuscript under revision, initially submitted 2017.
  3. Bush SD; Rudd JA, II; Stevens MT; Tanner KD; Williams, KS. Fostering Change from Within: Influencing Teaching Practices of Departmental Colleagues by Science Faculty with Education Specialties. PLoS ONE, 11(3): e0150914, 2016.
  4. Lin YI; Son JY; Rudd JA, II. Asymmetric Translation between Multiple Representations in Chemistry. International Journal of Science Education, 38(4): 644-662, 2015.
  5. Bush SD; Pelaez NJ; Rudd JA, II; Stevens MT; Tanner KD; Williams, KS. Misalignments: Challenges in Cultivating Science Faculty with Education Specialties in Your Department. Bioscienc,e 65(1): 81-89, 2015.
  6. Bush SD; Rudd JA, II; Stevens MT; Tanner KD; Williams, KS. Widespread distribution and unexpected variation among science faculty with education specialties (SFES) across the United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 110(18): 7170-7175, 2013.
  7. Bush SD; Rudd JA, II; Stevens MT; Tanner KD; Williams, KS. Investigation of Science Faculty with Education Specialties within the Largest University System in the United States. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 10(1), 25-42, 2011.
  8. Rudd JA, II; Wang1 VZ; Cervato C; Ridky RW. Calibrated Peer Review assignments for the Earth sciences. Journal of Geoscience Education, 57(5), 328-334, 2009.
  9. Bush SD; Rudd JA, II; Stevens MT; Tanner KD; Williams, KS. Science Faculty with Education Specialties: A Cross-Disciplinary Research Study. Science, 322, 1795-1796, 2008.
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  13. Bush SD; Rudd JA, II; Stevens MT; Williams, KS; Allen DE; Tanner KD. On Hiring Science Faculty with Education Specialties (SFES) for Your Science (Not Education) Department. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 5(4), 297-305, 2006.
  14. Rudd JA, II; Hand B; Greenbowe TJ. Recrafting the general chemistry laboratory using the Science Writing Heuristic. Journal of College Science Teaching, 31, 230-234, 2001/2002.
  15. Rudd JA, II; Greenbowe TJ; Hand B; Legg MJ. Using the Science Writing Heuristic to move toward an inquiry-based laboratory curriculum: Physical equilibrium. Journal of Chemical Education (Research), 78, 1680-1686, 2001.
  16. Rudd JA, II; Angelici, RJ. Olefin versus sulfur coordination of benzo[b]thiophene (BT) in Cp(CO)2 Re(ri2:ri6-BT)Cr(CO)3. Inorganica Chimica Acta, 240(1-2), 393-398, 1995.

  1. Kelly Anderson, Sarah Arradondo, Aurelia Ball, Chrystal Bruce, Maria A. Gomez, Kedan He, Heidi Hendrickson, Lindsey Madison, Ashley Ringer McDonald, Maria C. Nagan, Caitlin E. Scott, Patricia Soto, Aime’e Tomlinson, Mychel Varner and Carol Parish, “The impacts of the Molecular Education and Research Consortium in Undergraduate Computational Chemistry on the careers of women in computational chemistry,” Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling2022, published online.
  2. Yaliang Tang, Barbara Wolk, Ryan Nolan, Caitlin E. Scott, and Debra A. Kendall, "Characterization of Subtype Selective Cannabinoid CB2 Receptor Agonists as Potential Anti-inflammatory Agents," Pharmaceuticals2021, 14(4), 378.
  3. Caitlin E. Scott, Yaliang Tang, Andrew Alt, Neil T. Burford, Samuel W. Gerritz, Lisa M. Ogawa, Litao Zhang, and Debra A. Kendall, “Identification and biochemical analyses of selective CB2 agonists,” European Journal of Pharmacology, 2019854, 1-8.
  4. Caitlin A. D. JaglaCaitlin E. Scott, Yaliang Tang, Changjiang Qiao, Gabriel E. Mateo-Semidey, Guillermo A. Yudowski, Dai Lu and Debra A. Kendall, “Pyrimidinyl Biphenylureas Act as Allosteric Modulators to activate Cannabinoid Receptor 1 and initiate β-Arrestin-dependent Responses,” Molecular Pharmacology201895 (1), 1-10.
  5. Bradley D. Stewart, Caitlin E. Scott, Thomas P. McCoy, Guo Yin, Florin Despa, Sanda Despa, and Peter M. Kekenes-Huskey, “Computational modeling of amylin-induced calcium dysregulation in rat ventricular cardiomyocytes,” Cell Calcium2018, 71, 65-74.
  6. Lisa M. Ogawa, Neil T. Burford, Yu-Hsien Liao, Caitlin E. Scottet al., “Discovery of selective cannabinoid CB2 receptor agonists by high-throughput screening,” SLAS Discovery201823 (4), 375-383.
  7. Peter M. Kekenes-Huskey, Caitlin E. Scott, and Selcuk Atalay, “Quantifying the influence of the crowded cytoplasm on small molecule diffusion,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B2016120 (33), 8696-8706. PMID: 27327486.
  8. Amir N. Kucharski*, Caitlin E. Scott*, Jonathan P. Davis, and Peter M. Kekenes-Huskey, “Understanding ion binding affinity and selectivity in beta parvalbumin using molecular dynamics and mean sphere approximation theory,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B2016120 (33), 8617-8630. PMID: 27119649.
  9. Caitlin E. Scott and Peter M. Kekenes-Huskey, “Molecular basis of S100A1 activation at saturating and subsaturating calcium concentrations,” Biophysical Journal2016110, 1052-1063. PMID: 26958883
  10. Caitlin E. Scott, Kwang H. Ahn, Steven T. Graf, William A. Goddard III, Debra A. Kendall, Ravinder Abrol, “Computational prediction and biochemical analyses of new inverse agonists for CB1 receptors,” Journal of the Chemical Information and Modeling2016, 56 (1), 201-212. PMID: 26633590
  11. Jenelle K. Bray, Ravinder Abrol, William A. Goddard III, Bartosz Trzaskowski, and Caitlin E. Scott, “SuperBiHelix method for predicting the pleiotropic ensemble of G-protein-coupled receptor conformations,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America2014111 (1), E72-E78. PMID: 23408552
  12. Kwang H. Ahn, Caitlin E. Scott, Ravinder Abrol, William A. Goddard III, and Debra A. Kendall, “Computationally-predicted CB1 cannabinoid receptor mutants show distinct patterns of salt-bridges that correlate with their level of constitutive activity reflected in G protein coupling levels, thermal stability, and ligand binding,” Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, 2013, 81 (8), 1304-1317. PMID: 23408552
  13. Caitlin E. Scott, Ravinder Abrol, Kwang H. Ahn, Debra A. Kendall, and William A. Goddard III, “Molecular basis for dramatic changes in cannabinoid CB1 G protein-coupled receptor activation upon single and double point mutations,” Protein Science 2013, 22(1), 101-113. PMID: 23184890

Book Chapters:

  1. Caitlin E. ScottEmily V. Pickering, and Graham T. Anderson,“Computational analysis of the structure of the kappa-opioid receptor for the development of selective antagonists,” in Physical Chemistry Research at Undergraduate Institutions: Innovations and Impactful Approaches, Volume 1 (Parish, C. and Hopkins, T., Eds.),  2022, American Chemical Society Books, pp.99-122.
  2. Doga Demirel, Abdelwahab Hamam, Caitlin Scott, Bayazit Karaman, Onur Toker, and Lyan Pena, "Towards a new chemistry learning platform with Virtual Reality and Haptics," in Learning and Collaboration Technologies: Games and Virtual Environments for Learning: 8th International Conference, LCT 2021, Held as Part of the 23rd HCI International Conference, HCII 2021, Virtual Event, July 24–29, 2021, Proceedings, Part II (Zaphiris, P. and Ioannou, A., Eds.), 2021, Springer International Publishing, pp. 253-267.
  3. Caitlin E. Scott and Debra A. Kendall, “Assessing allosteric modulation of CB1 at the receptor and cellular levels,” in Methods in Enzymology (Reggio, P. H. ed.), 2017, Elsevier, Inc. pp 317-342. PMID: 28750809

*=co-corresponding authors

Undergraduate students are underlined.



Before joining the Faculty at Cal State Los Angeles:

  1. Klassen, J.K., Selke, M.; Sorensen, A.A.; Yang, G.K., "Metal-Ligand Bond Dissociation Energies in CpMn(CO)2L Complexes", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1990, 112, 1266-1267.
  2. Klassen, J.K., Selke, M.; Sorensen, A.A.; Yang, G.K., "Metal-Ligand Bond Dissociation Energies in CpMn(CO)2L and Cr(CO)5(Olefin) Complexes", ACS Symposium Series 428; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1990; 195-204.
  3. Selke, M.; Foote, C.S. "Reactions of Organometallic Complexes with Singlet Oxygen. Photooxidation of Vaska's Complex", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1993, 115, 1166-1167.
  4. Foote, C.S.; Krasnovsky, A.A.; Fu, Y.; Selke, M.; Karney, W.L. "Singlet Oxygen Dimol- Sensitized Luminescene and Reactions of Singlet Oxygen with Organometallics", The Activation of Dioxygen and Homogeneous Catalytic Oxidation, Plenum Press: New York, 1993, 411-422.
  5. Selke, M.; Foote, C.S.; Karney, W. L., "Reactions of Organometallic Complexes with Singlet Oxygen. 2. Formation of a Metastable Rhodium-Dioxygen Complex", Inorg. Chem. 1993, 32, 5424-5425.
  6. Selke, M.; Foote, C.S.; Karney, W. L., "Reactions of Organometallic Complexes with Singlet Oxygen. 3. Kinetics and Scope of the Oxidative Addition Reaction of Singlet Oxygen to Iridium(I) , Rhodium(I) and Platinum(II) Complexes", Inorg. Chem. 1995, 34, 5215-5220.
  7. Selke, M.; Sisemore, M.F.; Valentine, J.S., "The Diverse Reactivity of Ferric Porphyrin Peroxo Complexes", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1996, 118, 2008-2012.
  8. Selke, M.; Rosenberg, L.A.; Salvo, J.; Foote, C.S., "Reactions of Organometallic Complexes with Singlet Oxygen. 4. Photooxidation of Cationic Iridium(I) and Rhodium(I) Complexes with Weakly Bonded Ligands", Inorg. Chem. 1996, 35, 4519-4522.
  9. Magner, J.T. ; Selke, M.; Russell, A.A.; Chapman, O., "A New Photochemistry Experiment: A Simple 2+2 Photocycloaddition that Poses an Interesting NMR Problem", J. Chem. Ed. 1996, 73, 854-856.
  10. Selke, M.; Sisemore, M.F.; Ho, R.N.Y.; Wertz, D.L., Valentine, J.S., "Dioxygen Activation by Iron Complexes. The Search for Reactive Intermediates", J. Mol. Cat. 1997, 117, 71-82
  11. Sisemore, M.F.; Selke, M.; Burstyn, J.N.; Valentine, J.S., "Metalloporphyrin Complexes of Fe(III), Mn(III), and Ti(IV). Comperative Study Demonstrates that Fe(tetramesitylporphyrin)peroxo(-1) is Extremely Nucleophilic", Inorg. Chem. 1997, 36, 979-984.
  12. Selke, M.; Valentine, J.S., "Switching on the Nucleophilicity of a Ferric Porphyrin Peroxo Complex", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1998, 120, 2652-2653.
  13. Wertz, D.L.; Sisemore, M.F.; Selke, M.; Driscoll, J.; Valentine, J.S., "Mimickin Cytochrome P-450 2B4 and Aromatase: Aromatization of a Substrate Analogue by a Peroxo Fe(III) Porphyrin Complex", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1998, 120, 5331-5332.

At California State University (undergraduate co-authors are underlined):

  1. Galvez, C.; Ho, D.G.; Azod, A.; Selke, M., " Reaction of a Coordinated Cysteinato Ligand with Singlet Oxygen: Photooxidation of (Cysteinato-N,S)bis(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III)”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2001, 123, 3381-3382.
  2. Gao, R.; Ho, D.G.; Dong, T.; Khuu, D.; Franco, N.; Sezer, O.; Selke, M. “Reaction of Arylphosphines with Singlet Oxygen: Intra vs. Intermolecular Oxidation”, Org. Lett. 2001, 3, 3719-3722.
  3. Shi, X.; Sanedrin, R.J.; Han, S.; Galvez, C.; Ho, D.G.; Hernandez, B.; Zhou F.; Selke, M., “Cobalt Oxide Nanotubes vs. Nanospheres: Effect of Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonding Between Precursor Molecules Infiltrated into Core-Shell Templates”, NanoLett. 2002, 2, 289- 293.
  4. Shi, X.; Han, S.; Sanedrin, R.J.; Zhou, F.; Selke, M., "Synthesis of Cobalt Oxide Nanotubes from Colloidal Particles Modified with a Co(III)-Cysteinato Precursor ", Chem. Mater. 2002, 14, 1789-1902.
  5. Ho, D.G.; Ismail, R.; Franco, N.; Gao, R.; Leverich, E.P.; Tsyba, I.; Ho, N.N.; Bau, R.; Selke, M., " Reaction of Singlet Oxygen with Ir(I) and Rh(I) Thiolato Complexes: Oxidative Addition vs. S-oxidation”, Chem Commun. 2002, 570-571.
  6. Gao, R.; Ho, D.G.; Hernandez, B.; Selke, M.; Murphy, D.; Djurovich, P.; Thompson, M.E, “Bis-Cyclometallated Ir(III) Complexes as Efficient Singlet Oxygen Sensitizers, J. Am. Chem. Soc 2002 124, 14828-14829
  7. Ho, D.G.; Gao, R.; Celaje, J.; Chung, H.-Y.; Selke, M., “Phosphadioxirane: A Peroxide from an Ortho-Substituted Arylphosphine and Singlet Dioxygen”, Science 2003, 302, 259-262.
  8. Wang, S.; Gao, R.; Zhou, F.; Selke, M. “Nanomaterials and Singlet Oxygen Photosensitizers: Potential Applications in Photodynamic Therapy” J. Mat. Chem. 2004, 14, 487-493.
  9. LaDochy, S.; Brown, J.N.; Selke, M.; Patzert, W.C., "Can U.S. West Coast Climate be Forecast?" Am. Met. Soc. 2004, Symposium on Forecasting the Weather and Climate of the Atmosphere and Ocean. (collaboration with Prof. LaDochy (CSULA), and Dr. Patzert (JPL).
  10. Hernandez, B.; Wang, Y.; Zhang, D.; Selke, M. "Photooxidation of Co-Thiolato Complexes under Protic and Aprotic Conditions", Chem. Commun. 2006, 997-999.
  11. Shi, L.; Hernandez, B.; Selke, M. “Singlet Oxygen Generation from Water-Soluble Quantum Dot-Organic Dye Nanocomposites”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006, 128, 6278-6279.
  12. Zhang, D.; Ye, B.; Ho, D.G.; Gao, R.; Selke, M. "Chemistry of Singlet Oxygen with Arylphosphines", Tetrahedron 2006, 62, 10729-10733 (invited research paper).
  13. Zhang, D.; Gao, R.; Afzal, S.; Vargas, M.; Sharma, S.; McCurdy, A.; Yousufuddin, M.; Stewart, T.; Bau, B.; Selke, M. "Intramolecular Arene Epoxidation by Phosphadioxiranes", Org. Lett. 2006, 8, 5125-5128.
  14. Chin, K.K.; Chuang, S.-C.; Hernandez, B.; Selke, M.; Foote, C.S.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A. “Photophysical Properties of a 1,2,3,4,5,6-Hexasubstituted Fullerene Derivative”, J. Phys. Chem. A. 2006, 110, 13662-13666.
  15. Tsay, J.M.; Trzoss, M.; Shi, L.; Kong, X.; Selke, M.; Jung, M.E.; Weiss, S. “Singlet Oxygen Production by Peptide-coated Quantum Dot-Photosensitizer Conjugates”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007, 129, 6865-6871.
  16. Djurovich, P. I.; Murphey, D.; Thompson, M.E.; Hernandez, B.; Gao, R.; Hunt, P.L.; Selke, M. "Cyclometalated Iridium and Platinum Complexes as Singlet Oxygen Photosensitizers: Quantum Yields, Quenching Rates and Correlation with Electronic Structures" Dalton Trans. 2007, 3763-3770. Selected for the front cover image of Dalton Transactions:
  17. Chin, K.K.; Chuang, S.-C.; Hernandez, B.; Campos, L.M.; Selke, M.; Foote, C.S.; Garcia- Garibay, M.A. “Photophysical Properties of non-Homoconjugated 1,2-dihydro, 1,2,3,4-tetra- hydro and 1,2,3,4,5,6-Hexashydro C60 Derivatives”, Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 2008, 7, 3 -12.
  18. Zhang, D.; Hernandez, B.; Selke, M. “Photooxidation of Metal-Bound Thiolates: Reactivity of Sulfur-Containing Peroxidic Intermediates” invited paper to special issue Sulfur Chemistry under Extreme Conditions, J. Sulfur Chem. 2008, 29, 377-388.
  19. Coti, K.K.; Wang, Y.; Lin, W.-L.; Chen, C.-C.; Yu, Z.T.F.; Liu, K.; Shen, C.K.-F.; Selke, M.; Yeh, A.; Lu, W.; Tseng, H.-R. “A Dynamic Microreactor for Arbitrary Control of Disguised Chemical Selectivity” Chem. Commun. 2008, 3426-3429.
  20. M. E. Thompson, P. Djurovich, D. Murphy, M. Selke, “Heavy Metal Complexes as Singlet Oxygen Sensitizers” USPTO Class 514, # 20050176624, United States Patent 7368570, 2008.
  21. Wang, Y.; Lin, W.-L.; Lin, R.J.; Selke, M.; Kolb, H.C.; Zhang, N.; Zhao, X.Z.; Phelbs, M.E.; Shen, C.K.F.; Faull, K.F.; Tseng, H.-R. "An Integrated Microfluidic Device for Large-Scale in situ Click Chemistry Screening Lab Chip 2009, 9, 2281-2285. Selected for the cover image of Lab Chip: Lab Chip
  22. Wu, C.; Shi, L.; Li, Q.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Ba, L.; Wang, X. “Probing the Dynamic Effect of Cys-CdTe Quantum Dots toward Cancer Cells in Vitro”, Chem. Res. Toxicol. 2010, 23, 82-88. This paper was selected for the cover image of Chem. Res. Toxicol.
  23. Zhou, Y.; Shi. L.; Li, Q.; Hui-Jiang, G.; Lv, G.; Zhao, J.; Wu, C.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. "Imaging and inhibition of multi-drug resistance in cancer cells via specific association with negatively charged CdTe quantum dots" Biomaterials 2010, 31, 4958-4963.
  24. Zhang, D.; Celaje, J.; Agua, A.; Doan, C.; Stewart, T.; Bau, R.; Selke, M. "Photooxidation of Mixed Aryl and Biaryl Phosphines", Org. Lett. 2010, 10, 3100-3103.
  25. Lai, S.-W.; Liu, Y.; Zhang, D.; Wang, B.; Lok, C.-N.; Che, C.-M.; Selke, M. "Efficient Singlet Oxygen Generation by Luminescent 2-(2’-Thienyl)Pyridyl Cyclometalated Platinum(II) Complexes and their Calixarene Derivatives" Photochem. Photobiol. 2010, 86, 1414-1420.
  26. Zhang, G.; Shi, L.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. "CdTe Quantum Dots with Daunorubicin induce apoptosis of multidrug-resistant human heptanoma HepG2/ADM cells: in vitro and in vivo evaluation" Nanoscale Res. Lett. 2011, 6, 418-428.
  27. Wu, C.; Shi, L.; Li, Q.; Zhao, J.; Selke, M.; Yan, H.; Wang, X. “Bioactivity of the Conjugation of Green-Emittting CdTe Quantum Dots with a Carborane Complex” J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. Nanotechnol. 2011, 11, 3091-3099.
  28. Celaje, J.A.; Zhang, D.; Guerrero, A.M.; Selke, M. "Chemistry of trans-Resveratrol with Singlet Oxygen: [2+2] Addition, [4+2] Addition, and Formation of the Phytoalexin Moracin M" Org. Lett. 2011, 13, 4846-4849.
  29. Jiang, D.; Shi, L.; Jeong, M.; Selke, M.; Zhou, F. “Well-Ordered Porous Fe3O4 Nanostructures Prepared via Infiltrating Inexpensive Iron Complexes into Polyelectrolyte Shells Coated onto Polystyrene Microspheres,” Adv. Sci. Lett. 2012, 6, 189-194.
  30. Wu, C.; Shi, L.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Yan, H.; Wang, X. “New Strategy of Efficient Inhibition of Cancer Cells by Carborane Carboxylic Acid-CdTe Nanocomposites” Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, Medicine 2012, 8, 860-869.
  31. Vigant, F.; Lee, J.; Hollmann, A.; Tanner, L.B.; Ataman, Z.A.; Yun, T.; Shui, G.; Aguilar, H.C.; Zhang, D.; Meriwether, D.; Roman-Sosa, G.; Robinson, L.R.; Juelich, T.L.; Buczkowski, H.; Chou, S.; Casanho, M.A.R.B.; Wolf, M.C.; Smith, J.K.; Banyard, A.; Kielan, M.; Reddy, S.; Wenk, M.R.; Selke, M.; Santos, N.C.; Freiberg, A.N.; Jung, M.E.; Lee, B. “A Mechanistic Paradigm for Broad-Spectrum Antivirals that Target Virus-Cell Fusion” PLoS Pathogens 2013, 9(4): e1003297.
  32. Li, Y.; Wu, C.; Xu, P.; Shi, L.; Chen, B.; Selke, M.; Jiang, H.; Wang, X. "Multifunctional effects of Cys-CdTe QDs conjugated with gambogic acid for cancer cell tracing and inhibition", RSC Advances 2013, 3, 6518-6525.
  33. Zhang, D.; Bin, Y.; Tallorin, L.; Tse, F.; Hernandez, B.; Errol, M.; Stewart, T.; Bau, R.; Selke, M. Sequential Photooxidation of a Pt(II)(Diimine)Cysteamine Complex: Intermolecular Oxygen Atom Transfer vs. Sulfinate Formation” Inorg. Chem. 2013, 52, 1676-1678
  34. Ashen-Garry, D.; Selke, M. " Singlet Oxygen Generation by Cyclometalated Complexes and Applications" Photochem. Photobiol. 2014, 90, 257-274. (Invited contribution).
  35. M. Selke “Reactions of Metal Complexes with Singlet Oxygen” in Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groups, edited by I. Marek. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester, UK, 2014, pp. 307- 355.
  36. Zhang, L. Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. “Selective Cytotoxicity Effect of Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles under UV Irradiation” J. Biomed. Nanotechnol. 2014, 10, 278-286.
  37. Li, J.Y.; Shi, L.X. ; Shao, Y.X.; Selke, M.; Chen, B.A.; Jiang, H.; Wang, X. “The cellular labeling and pH-sensitive responsive-drug release of celastrol in cancer cells based on Cys-CdTe QDs” Sci. China Chem. 2014, 57, 833-841.
  38. Bruner, B.; Backlund, M.; van der Veer, W.; Zhang, D.; Selke, M.; Klausmeyer, K.; Farmer, P. “Ligand-based Photooxidation of [Ru(bpy)2(ttma)]2+ and Zn(ttma)2” J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 2014, 43, 11548-115Wu, Y.C.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. Enhanced in vitro anticancer activity of quercetin mediated by functionalized CdTe QDs, Sci. China Chem. 2014, 57, 1579-1588.
  39. Zhao, C.; Ur Rehman, F.; Yang, Y.; Li, X.; Zhang, D.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X; Liu, C. “Bio-imaging and Photodynamic Therapy with Tetrasulphonatophenyl Porphyrin (TSPP)- TiO2 Nanowhiskers: New Approaches in Rheumatoid Arthritis Theranostics” Sci. Rep. (Nature Group) 2015, 5, doi:10.1038/srep11518
  40. Chen, D.; Zhao, C.; Ye, J.; Li, Q.; Liu, X.; Su. M.; Jiang, H.; Amatore, C.; Selke, M.; Wang,X. “In situ Biosynthesis of Fluorescent Platinum Nanoclusters: Toward Self-Bioimaging-Guided Cancer Theranostics” ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 2015, 7, 18163-18169.
  41. L Lai, L.; Zhao, C.; Li, X.; Liu, X.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. Fluorescent gold nanoclusters for in vivo target imaging of Alzheimer's disease RSC Advances 2016, 6, 30081- 30088.
  42. Rehman, F.U.; L.; Zhao, C.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X “Protective effect of TiO2 Nanowhiskers on Tetra Sulphonatophenyl Porphyrin (TSPP) complexes induced oxidative stress during photodynamic therapy” Photodiagnosis Photodyn. Ther. 2016, 13, 2670-275.
  43. Zhao C.; Du, T.; ur Rehman, F.; Lai, L.; Liu, X.; Jiang, X.; Li, X.; Chen, Y.; Zhang, H.; Sun, Y.; Luo, S.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. “Biosynthesized Gold Nanoclusters and Iron Complexes as Scaffolds for Multimodal Cancer Bioimaging” Small 2016, 12, 6255-6265.
  44. Zhao C.; ur Rehman, F.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X.; Liu, C,-Y. “Titanium dioxide-tetra sulphonatophenyl porphyrin nanocomposites for target cellular bio-imaging and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis”, Sci. China Chem. 2016, 59, 637-642.
  45. Rehman, F.U.; Zhao, C.; Wu, C.; Li, X.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X “Synergy and translation of allogenic bone marrow stem cells after photodynamic treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with tetra sulfonatophenyl porphyrin and TiO2 nanowhiskers” Nano Res. 2016, 9, 3305- 3321.
  46. Du, T..; Zhao, C.; Rehman, F.u.; Lan, L.; Liu X.; Sun, Y.; Luo, S.; Jiang, H.; Gu, N.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. “In Situ Multimodality Imaging of Cancerous Cells Based on a Selective Performance of Fe2+-Adsorbed Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework-8” Adv. Funct. Mater. 2017, 26, 1603926.
  47. Du, Y.; Zhao C.; ur Rehman, F.; Lai, L.; Li, X.; Sun, Y.; Luo, S.; Chen, Y.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. “Rapid and multimodal in vivo bioimaging of cancer cells through in situ biosynthesis of Zn&Fe nanoclusters” Nano Res. 2017, 10, 2626-2032.
  48. Maia, P.J.S.; dos Santoos, V.; de Aguiar, I.; de Olivera, J.R.; Zhang, D.; dos Santos, E.R.; Junqeira, J.C.; Selke, M.; Carlos, R.M “Singlet Oxygen by a Polypyridine Ruthenium(II) Complex with a Perylene Monoiide Derivative: A Strategy for Photodynamic Inactivation of Candida albicansJ. Photochem. Photobiol. A 2018, 353, 536-545.
  49. Rehman, F.-u.; Jiang, H.; Selke, M.; Wang, X. "Mammalian Cells: A Unique Scaffold for in situ Biosynthesis of Metallic Nanomaterials and Biomedical Applications J. Mater. Chem. B. 2018, 6, 6501-6514.
  50. Rehman, F.-u.; Du, T.; Shaikh, S.; Jiang, X.; Chen, Y.; Li, X.; Yi, M.; Hui, J.; Chen, B.; Selke, M.; Wang, M. "Nano in nano: Biosynthesized Gold and Iron Nanoclusters Cargo Neoplastic Exosomes for Cancer Status Biomarking” Nanomedicine. 2018, 14, 2619-2631.
  51. Cagan, D.A.; Garcia, A. C.; Li, K.; Ashen-Garry, D.; Tadle, A. C.; Zhang, D.; Nelms, K.J.; Liu, Y.; Shallenberger, J. R.; Stapleton, J.J.; Selke, M. "Chemistry of Singlet Oxygen with a Cadmium-Sulfur Cluster: Physical Quenching versus Photooxidation" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019, 141, 67-71.
  52. Arevalo, G.E.; Cagan, D.A.; Monsour, C.G.; Garcia, A.C.; McCurdy, A.; Selke, M. “A Photoprotective Effect by Cation-π-Interaction? Quenching of Singlet Oxygen by an Indole- Cation-π Model System” Photochem. Photobiol. 2020, 96, 1200-1207.
  53. Hao, Y.; Liu, B.M.; Bennett, T.F.; Monsour, C.G.; Selke, M.; Liu, Y. "Determination of Singlet Oxygen Quantum Yield of a Porphyrinic Metal–Organic Framework" J. Phys. Chem. C 2021, 125, 13, 7392–7400
  54. Monsour, C.G.; Decosto, C.M.; Tafolla-Aguirre, B.J.; Morales, L.A.; Selke, M. "Singlet Oxygen Generation, Quenching and Reactivity with Metal Thiolates" Photochem. Photobiol. 2021, doi.org/10.1111/php.13487.

Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are highlighted in bold)

  1. O. Sode, J. Ruiz, and S. Peralta, ‘Theoretical investigation of the vibrational structure of the Ar-CO2 complex,’ J. Mol. Spectrosc., (2021), 380, 111512.
  2. J. Ruiz, K. Misa, A. Seshappan, M. Keçeli, and O. Sode, ‘Exploring the anharmonic vibrational structure of carbon dioxide trimers,’ J. Chem. Phys, (2021), 14, 144302.
  3. A. R. McDonald, J. A. Nash, P. S. Nerenberg, K. A. Ball, O. Sode, J. J. Foley IV, T. L. Windus, and T. D. Crawford, ‘Building Capacity for Undergraduate Education and Training in Computational Molecular Science: A Collaboration between the MERCURY Consortium and the Molecular Sciences Software Institute,’ Int. J. Quantum Chem., (2020), 120, 26359.
  4. S. Maystrovsky, M. Keçeli, and O. Sode, ‘Study of the anharmonic vibrational structure of the CO2 monomer and dimer,’ J. Chem. Phys., (2019), 150, 144302.
  5. O. Sode and J. N. Cherry, ‘Development of a flexible-monomer two-body carbon dioxide potential and its application to clusters up to (CO2)13,’ J. Comput. Chem., (2017), 38, 2763.
  6. W. Smith, T. A. Jackman, and O. Sode, ‘Quantum mechanical investigation of the inner sphere reduction of the [(NSSSN)Co(III)Cl2+] cation and its analogs,’ Acta Spartae, (2017), 1, 9-12.
  7. R. Sun, O. Sode, J. F. Dama, and G. A. Voth, ‘ATP Hydrolysis in Actin: QM/MM Simulation Benefitted from the Most Recent Development of Metadynamics,’ J. Chem. Theory Comput., (2017), 13, 2332.
  8. J. Li, O. Sode and S. Hirata, ‘Second-order many-body perturbation study of thermal expansion of solid carbon dioxide,’ J. Chem. Theory Comput., (2015), 11, 224.
  9. S. Kale, O. Sode, J. Weare and A. Dinner, ‘Finding Chemical Reaction Paths with a Multilevel Preconditioning Protocol,’ J. Chem. Theory Comput., (2014), 10, 5467.
  10. O. Sode and G. A. Voth, ‘Electron Transfer Activation of a Second Water Channel for Proton Transport in [FeFe]-Hydrogenase,’ J. Chem. Phys., (2014), 141, 22D527.
  11. S. Hirata, O. Sode, M. Keçeli, K. Yagi and J. Li, ‘Response to Comment on Fermi resonance in solid CO2 under pressure,’ J. Chem. Phys., (2014) 140, 177102.
  12. K. Gilliard, O. Sode and S. Hirata, ‘Second-order many-body perturbation and coupled-cluster singles and doubles study of ice VIII,’ J. Chem. Phys., (2014), 140, 174507.
  13. S. Hirata, K. Gilliard, X. He, J. Li and O. Sode, ‘Ab Initio Molecular Crystal Structures, Spectra, and Phase Diagrams,’ Accounts Chem. Res., (2014), 47, 2721.
  14. J. Li, O. Sode, G. A. Voth, and S. Hirata, ‘Ab Initio Study of A Solid-Solid Phase Transition in Carbon Dioxide at High Pressures and Intermediate Temperatures,’ Nature Comm., (2013), 4, 2647.
  15. O. Sode, M. Keçeli, K. Yagi, and S. Hirata, ‘Fermi resonance in solid CO2 under pressure,’ J. Chem. Phys., (2013), 138, 074501.
  16. X. He, O. Sode, S. Xantheas and S. Hirata, ‘Second-order many-body perturbation study of ice Ih,’ J. Chem. Phys., (2012), 137, 204505.
  17. O. Sode and S. Hirata, ‘Embedded fragmentation of vibrational frequencies,’ J. Chem. Phys., (2012), 137, 174104.
  18. O. Sode and S. Hirata, ‘Second-Order Many-body Perturbation Study of Solid Hydrogen Fluoride Under Pressure,’ Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., (2012), 14, 7765.
  19. O. Sode and S. Hirata, `Second-Order Many-Body Perturbation Study of Solid Hydrogen Fluoride,’ J. Phys. Chem. A., (2010), 114, 8873.
  20. O. Sode, M. Keçeli, S. Hirata, and K. Yagi, ‘Coupled-Cluster and Many-Body Perturbation Study of Energies, Structures, and Phonon Dispersions of Solid Hydrogen Fluoride,’ Int. J. Quantum Chem., (2009), 109, 1928.

Book Chapters:

  • S. Hirata, K. Gilliard, X. He, M. Keçeli, J. Li, M. A. Salim, O. Sode and K. Yagi, ‘Ab initio ice, dry ice, and liquid water,’ Fragmentation: Toward Accurate Calculations on Complex Molecular Systems edited by Mark S. Gordon, p. 245–296 (Wiley, New Jersey 2017).
  • S. Hirata, M. Keçeli, Y.-Y. Ohnishi, O. Sode and K. Yagi, ‘Extensivity of Energy and Size-Consistent Electronic and Vibrational Structure Methods for Crystals,’ Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem. 63, 131-153 (2012).
  • S. Hirata, O. Sode, M. Keçeli and T. Shimazaki, ‘Electron Correlation in Solids: Delocalized and Localized Orbital Approaches,’ Accurate Condensed-Phase Quantum Chemistry edited by F. Manby, p.129–161 (CRC Press, Boca Raton 2010).

Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are highlighted in bold)

  1. Cai, Y.; Castro, P. P.; Gutierrez-Tunstad, L. M. “Cloverleaf Crown Ether Resorcin[4]arenes” Tetrahedron Lett. 2008, 49, 2146 - 2149.
  2. Kang, S.-W.; Castro, P. P.; Zhao, G.; Nunez, J. E.; Godinez, C. E.; Gutierrez-Tunstad, L. M. “Hinged Molecular Capsules: Synthesis and Conformational Control via Temperature, pH, or Solvent Composition" J.org. Chem. 2006; 71(32)0;31240-1243.
  3. Gang Zhao, Peter P. Castro, Linda M. Gutierrez-Tunstad “Hexacarboxylic Acid Biscavitands”, SynLett, October 2004, No. 14, 2627 – 26.
  4. Castro, Peter P; Zhao, Gang; Masangkay, Grace; Hernandez, Carlos; Gutierrez-Tunstad, Linda M. “Quinoxaline Excision: A Novel Approach to Tri- and Diquinoxaline Cavitands”, Organic Letters, 2004, 6(3), 333-336.
  5. Paek, Kyungsoo; Gutierrez-Tunstad, Linda M.; Maverick, Emily F.; Knobler, Carolyn B.; Cram, Donald J. “BisCavitands II: Self-Inclusion in a Back-to-Back Connected Biscavitand” J. Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, 2003, 45, 203-209.
  6. Cortes-Lopez, G.; Tunstad, L. M., "Preparation of Mono-, Di- and Trisubstituted Octol Macrocycles", SYNLETT, 1998, No. 2, 139-140.
  7. Telford, J.; Leary, J.; Tunstad, L. M.; Byers, B. R.; Raymond, K.N. "Amonabactin: Characterization of a Series of Siderophores from Aeromonas hydrophila." J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 1994, 116, 4499-4500.
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Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are highlighted in bold)

  1. Bañuelos GR, Argumedo R, Patel K, Ng V, Zhou F, and Vellanoweth RL (2008) Plant Science 174:366-373. The developmental transition to flowering in Arabidopsis is associated with an increase in leaf chloroplastic lipoxygenase activity.
  2. Song F, Zhou F, Wang J, Tao N, Lin J, Vellanoweth RL, Morquecho Y, Wheeler-Laidman J. (2002) Nucl Acids Res, 30:e72. Detection of oligonucleotide hybridization at femtomolar level and sequence-specific gene analysis of the Arabidopsis thaliana leaf extract with an ultrasensitive surface plasmon resonance spectrometer.
  3. Han S, Lin J, Zhou F, and Vellanoweth RL (2000) Biochem Biophys Res Comm, 279:265-269. DNA- capped gold nanoparticles for improved atomic force microscopic imaging and enhanced selectivity in DNA detection.
  4. Ye Z, Rodriguez R, Tran A, Hoang H, de los Santos D, Brown S, and Vellanoweth RL (2000) Plant Science, 158:115-127. The developmental transition to flowering represses ascorbate peroxidase activity and induces enzymatic lipid peroxidation in leaf tissue in Arabidopsis thaliana.
  5. Chen S, Lavrovsky Y, Song CS, Vellanoweth RL, Oh TS, Chatterjee B, Roy AK (2000) Clinical Endocrinol, 48:15-27. Sequence-specific triplex formation and functional inhibition of the androgen receptor gene promoter by oligonucleotides interacting at the promoter-proximal homopurine/homopyrimidine region.
  6. Chen S, Song CS, Lavrovsky Y, Bi B, Vellanoweth RL, Chatterjee B, Roy AK (1998) Molec Endocrinol, 12:1558-1566. Catalytic cleavage of the androgen receptor messenger RNA and functional inhibition of androgen receptor activity by a hammerhead ribozyme.
  7. Chen S, Supakar PC, Vellanoweth RL, Song CS, Chatterjee B, and Roy AK (1997) Molec Endocrinol, 11:3-15. Functional role of a conformationally flexible homopurine/homopyrimidine domain of the androgen receptor gene promoter interacting with Sp1 and a pyrimidine single strand DNA binding protein.
  8. Prins GS, Jung MH, Vellanoweth RL, Chatterjee B, and Roy AK (1996) Develop Genet, 18:99-106. Age- dependent expression of the androgen receptor gene in the prostate and its implication in glandular differentiation and hyperplasia.
  9. Roy AK, Vellanoweth RL, Jung MH, and Chatterjee B (1996) Cellular and molecular effects of androgenic- anabolic steroids., in Endocrine Toxicology, 2nd Edition, Thomas JA and Colby HD, eds, Lippincott- Raven, pp 213-225.
  10. Roy AK, Vellanoweth RL, Chen S, Supakar PC, Jung MH, Song CS, and Chatterjee B (1996) Exp Gerontol, 31:83-94. The evolutionary tangle of aging, sex and reproduction and an experimental approach to its molecular dissection.
  11. Song CS, Jung MH, Supakar PC, Chen S, Vellanoweth RL, Chatterjee B, and Roy AK (1995) Ann NY Acad Sci 761:97-108. Regulation of androgen action by receptor gene inhibition.
  12. Rikke BA, Vellanoweth RL, Her S, Chatterjee B, and Roy AK (1995) Biochim Biophys Acta 1261:143-146. Cloning and sequence analysis of a novel member of the single-stranded DNA binding protein family.
  13. Vellanoweth RL, Supakar PC, and Roy AK (1994) Laboratory Investigation 70:784-799. Transcription factors in development, growth and aging.
  14. Supakar PC, Song CS, Jung MH, Slomczynska MA, Kim J-M, Vellanoweth RL, Chatterjee B, and Roy AK (1993) J Biol Chem 268:26400-26408. A novel regulatory element associated with age-dependent expression of the rat androgen receptor gene.
  15. Vellanoweth RL and Okita TW (1993) Plant Molec Biol 22:25-41. Analysis of nuclear proteins interacting with a wheat a/b-gliadin seed storage protein gene.
  16. Vellanoweth RL (1993) Translation and its regulation in gram-positive bacteria., in Bacillus subtilis and Other Gram-Positive Bacteria: Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Hoch JA, Losick R, Sonenshein AL, eds, ASM, pp 699-711.
  17. Vellanoweth RL and Okita TW (1992) Regulation of expression of wheat and rice seed storage protein genes., in Control of Plant Gene Expression, DPS Verma, ed, CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp 377-392.
  18. Vellanoweth RL and Rabinowitz JC (1992) Molec Microbiol 6:1105-1114.The influence of mRNA sequence on translational efficiency in Bacillus subtilis and Escherichia coli .
  19. Vellanoweth RL and Rabinowitz JC (1991) J Bacteriology 173:67-72. Analysis of a messenger-RNA exhibiting anomalous translational specificity.

Book chapters

Vellanoweth RL (1993) Translation and its regulation in gram-positive bacteria., in Bacillus subtilis and Other Gram-Positive Bacteria: Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Hoch JA, Losick R, Sonenshein AL, eds, ASM, pp 699-711.

Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are highlighted in bold)

  1. Straka, P., Auersvald, M., Vrtiška, D., Kittel, H., Šimáče, P., Vozka, P. (2023). Production of transportation fuels via hydrotreating of scrap tires pyrolysis oil, Chemical Engineering Journal, 141764
  2. Cacciatore, J., Vozka, P., Caceres-Martinez, L. E., Daneshkhah, A., Agarwal, M., Kilaz, G., Dietz, E. (2022). Characterization of Volatile Markers in Electronic Components via Solid-Phase Microextraction and Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography with Electron Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry (GCxGC/EI-TOF-MS), International Journal of Modern Engineering, 23 (1), p. 24
  3. Šindelářová, L., Luu, N. E., Vozka, P. (2022). Comparison of gas and kerosene oils chemical composition before and after hydrotreating using comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography, Journal of Chromatography Open, 1000068
  4. Staš, M., Auersvals, M., Vozka, P. (2021). Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography Characterization of Pyrolysis Bio-oils: A Review, Energy & Fuels, 35, 10, 8541-8557.
  5. Modereger, B., Nowling, S., Zhang, J., Jones, M., Chapman, N., Cheng, Y., Vozka, P., Peretich, M., Kenttämaa, H., Kilaz, G. (2021). Influence of Storage Conditions, Sample Handling, Sample Preparation, and Repeated Analysis on the Measured Flash Point and Hydrocarbon Composition of Jet A, Fuel, 305, 121399.
  6. Jin, K., Vozka, P., Gentilcore, C., Kilaz, G., Wang, N.-H.L. (2021). Low-pressure hydrothermal processing of mixed polyolefin wastes into clean fuels, Fuel, 294, 120505.
  7. Vozka, P., Kilaz, G. (2020). Determination of jet fuel system icing inhibitor by GC×GC-FID, Talanta, 218, 121146.
  8. Jin, K., Vozka, P., Kilaz, G., Chen, W.T., Wang, N.-H.L. (2020). Conversion of polyethylene waste into clean fuels and waxes via hydrothermal processing (HTP), Fuel, 273, 117726.
  9. Vozka, P., Kilaz, G. (2020). A review of aviation turbine fuel chemical composition-property relations, Fuel, 268, 117391.
  10. Manheim, J., Wehde, K., Zhang, W.T.J., Vozka, P., Romanczyk, M., Kilaz, G., Kenttämaa, H.I. (2019). Identification and Quantitation of Linear Alkanes in Lubricant Base Oils by Using GC×GC/EI TOF Mass Spectrometry, Journal of The American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 30, 2670-2677.
  11. Li, A., Vozka, P., Mastrean, A., Kilaz, G., Qiao L. (2019). Lean Flammability Limits of Alternative Aviation Fuels, Fire Safety Journal, 108, 102851.
  12. Vozka, P., Vrtiška, D., Šimáček, P., Kilaz, G. (2019). Impact of Alternative Fuel Blending Components on Fuel Composition and Properties in Blends with Jet A, Energy & Fuels, 33 (4), p. 3275-3289.
  13. Vozka, P., Kilaz, G. (2019). How to obtain a detailed chemical composition for middle distillates via GC×GC-FID without the need of GC×GC-TOF/MS, Fuel, 247, p. 368-377.
  14. Luning Prak, D., Fries, J., Gober, R., Vozka, P., Kilaz, G., Johnson, T., Graft, S., Trulove, P., Cowart, J. (2019). Densities, Viscosities, Speeds of Sound, Bulk Moduli, Surface Tensions, and Flash Points of Quaternary Mixtures of n-Dodecane (1), n-Butylcyclohexane (2), n-Butylbenzene (3), and 2,2,4,4,6,8,8- Heptamethylnonane (4) at 0.1 MPa as Potential Surrogate Mixtures for Military Jet Fuel, JP-5, J. Chem. Eng. Data, 64(4), p. 1725-1745.
  15. Romanczyk, M., Velasco, J.R.V., Xu, L., Vozka, P., Dissanayake, P., Wehde, K.E., Roe, N., Keating, E., Kilaz, G., Trice, R.W., Luning Prak, D.J., Kenttämaa, H. (2019). The capability of organic compounds to swell acrylonitrile butadiene o-rings and their effects on o-ring mechanical properties, Fuel, 238, p. 483- 492.
  16. Vozka, P., Šimáček, P., Kilaz, G. (2018). Impact of HEFA Feedstocks on Fuel Composition and Properties in Blends with Jet A, Energy & Fuels, 32(11), p. 11595-11606.
  17. Vrtiška, D., Vozka, P., Váchová, V., Šimáček, P., Kilaz, G. (2018). Prediction of HEFA content in jet fuel using FTIR and chemometric methods, Fuel, 236, p. 1458-1464.
  18. Vozka, P., Modereger, B., Park, A., Zhang, W.T.J., Trice, R., Kenttämaa, H., Kilaz, G. (2018). Jet fuel density via GC×GC-FID, Fuel, 253C, p. 1052-1060.
  19. Vozka, P., Mo, H., Simacek, P., Kilaz, G. (2018). Middle distillates hydrogen content via GC×GC-FID, Talanta, 186C, p. 140-146.
  20. Zhao, X., Zhang, Y., Cooper, B.C., Vozka, P., Kilaz, G. (2018). Optimization of comprehensive two- dimensional gas chromatography with time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GC×GC/TOF-MS) for conventional and alternative jet fuels analysis, Advanced Materials and Technologies Environmental Sciences, 2(1), p. 138-148. Best Paper Awards (2018) – honorable mention
  21. Vozka P., Orazgaliyeva D., Šimáček P., Blažek J., Kilaz., (2017) Activity comparison of Ni-Mo/Al2O3 and Ni-Mo/TiO2 catalysts in hydroprocessing of middle petroleum distillates and their blend with rapeseed oil. Fuel Processing Technology, 167, p. 684-694.
  22. Vozka P., Straka P., Maxa M., (2015) Effect of asphaltenes on structure of paraffin particles in crude oil, Paliva, 7(2), 42–47.
  23. Vozka P., Váchová V., Blažek J., (2015) Catalysts for hydrogenation of liquid biomass (in Czech Katalyzátory pro hydrogenaci kapalných produktů zpracování biomasy), Paliva, 2015, 7(3), 59–65.
  24. Váchová V., Vozka P., (2015) Hydrogenation of vegetable oils into diesel fuel (in Czech Hydrogenace rostlinných olejů na paliva pro vznětové motory), Paliva, 7(3), 66-73.

Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are highlighted in bold)

  1. B. A. Beadell, A. Chieng, K. R Parducho, Z. Dai, S. Ho, G. Fujii, Y. Wang, E. Porter* "Nano- and Macroscale Imaging of Cholesterol Linoleate and Human Beta Defensin 2-Induced Changes in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms" Antibiotics, 2021, 10 (11), 1279
  2. A. Garcia, K. Wang, F. Bedier, M. Benavides, Z. Wang, S. Wang, Y. Wang* "Plasmonic Imaging of Electrochemical Reactions at Individual Prussian Blue Nanoparticles" Front. Chem., 2021, 9, 718666
  3. A. Garcia, S. Wang, N. Tao, X. Shan*, Y. Wang* "Plasmonic Imaging of Oxidation and Reduction of Single Gold Nanoparticles and Their Surface Structural Dynamics" ACS Sens. 2020, 6 (2), 502-507
  4. J. Parres-Gold, A. Chieng, S. Wong Su, Y. Wang* “Real-Time Characterization of Cell Membrane Disruption by α-Synuclein Oligomers in Live SH-SY5Y Neuroblastoma Cells” ACS Chem. Neurosci., 2020, 11, 2528-2534
  5. K. R Parducho, B. Beadell, T. Ybarra, M. Bush, E. Escalera, A. T. Trejos, A. Chieng, M. Mendez, C. Anderson, H. Park, Y. Wang, W. Lu, E. Porter* “The Antimicrobial Peptide Human Beta-Defensin 2 Inhibits Biofilm Production of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Without Compromising Metabolic Activity” Front Immunol, 2020, 11, 805
  6. M. Chang, G. Morgan, F. Bedier, A. Chieng, P. Gomez, S. Raminani, Y. Wang* “Recent advances in nanosensors built with pre-pulled glass nanopipettes and their applications in chemical and biological sensing” J. Electrochem. Soc., 2020, 167 (3), 037533
  7. Q. Liu, X. Wang*, A. Benedict, L. Janibekyan, S. Wong Su, Y. Wang*, F. Zhou* “Surface Plasmon Resonance Coupled with Potential-Step Chronoamperometry: Theory and Applications for Quantitative Measurements of Electrodeposited Thin Films”. Electroanalysis, 2019, 31, 1-8.
  8. A. Chieng, M. Chiang, K. Triloges, M. Chang and Y. Wang* “Recent progress in the studies of electrochemical interfaces by surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy and microscopy”, Curr. Opin. Electrochem. 2019, 13, 94.
  9. S. Wong Su, A. Chieng, J. Parres-Gold, M. Chang, Y. Wang* “Real-time determination of aggregated alpha-synuclein induced membrane disruption at neuroblastoma cells using scanning ion conductance microscopy” Faraday Discuss., 2018, 210, 131
  10. Y. Wang, D. Wang, M. V. Mirkin “Resistive-pulse and Rectification Sensing with Glass and Carbon Nanopipettes” invited article for Proc. R. Soc. A, 2017, 473, 20160931
  11. Y. Wang, H. Wang, Y. Chen, Y. Wang, H. Chen, X. Shan, and N. Tao “Fast Electrochemical and Plasmonic Detection Reveals Multi-Time Scale Conformational Gating of Electron Transfer in Cytochrome c”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017, 139, 7244
  12. Y. Wang, X. Shan, S. Wang, N. Tao “Plasmonic Imaging of Surface Electrochemistry of Single Gold Nanowires”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017, 139, 1376
  13. Y. Wang, X. Shan, N. Tao “Emerging Tools for Studying Single Entity Electrochemistry”, Faraday Discuss, 2016, 193, 9
  14. Y. Wang, X. Shan, S. Wang, N. Tao, P. Y. Blanchard, Y. Yu, K. Hu, and M. V. Mirkin “Imaging Local Electric Field Distribution by Plasmonic Impedance Microscopy” Anal. Chem. 2016, 88, 1547
  15. X. Shan, S. Chen, H. Wang, Z. Chen, Y. Guan, Y. Wang, S. Wang, H.-Y. Chen, N. Tao, “Mapping Local Quantum Capacitance and Charged Impurities in Graphene via Plasmonic Impedance Imaging” Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 6213
  16. H. Cai, Y. Wang, Y. Yu, M.V. Mirkin, S. Bhakta, G.W. Bishop, A.A. Joshi, J. F. Rusling, “Resistive-Pulse Measurements with Nanopipettes: Detection of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor C (VEGF-C) Using Antibody-Decorated Nanoparticles” Anal. Chem. 2015, 87, 6403
  17. Y. Wang, H. Cai, M. Mirkin, “Delivery of Single Nanoparticles from Nanopipettes under a Resistive-Pulse Control”, ChemElectroChem. 2015, 2, 343
  18. Y. Wang, X. Shan, F. Cui, J. Li, S. Wang, N. Tao, “Electrochemical Reactions in Sub-femtoliter-Droplets Studied with Plasmonics-based Electrochemical Current Microscopy” Anal. Chem. 2014, 87, 494
  19. Y. Fang, W. Wei, X. Wo, Y. Luo, S. Yin, Y. Wang, X. Shan, N. Tao, “Plasmonic Imaging of Electrochemical Oxidation of Single Nanoparticles.”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014, 136, 12584
  20. K. Hu, Y. Wang, H. Cai, M. V. Mirkin, Y. Gao, G. Friedman, and Y. Gogotsic, “Open Carbon Nanopipettes as Resistive-Pulse Sensors, Rectification Sensors and Electrochemical Nanoprobes”, Anal. Chem., 2014, 86, 8897
  21. K. Hu, Y. Gao, Y. Wang, Y. Yu, X. Zhao, S. A. Rotenberg, E. Gökmeşe, M. V. Mirkin, G. Friedman, and Y. Gogotsic, “Platinized Carbon Nanoelectrodes as Potentiometric and Amperometric SECM Probes”, J. Solid State Electrochem. 2013, 7, 2971
  22. Y. Wang, K. Kececi, M. V. Mirkin “Electron Transfer/Ion Transfer Mode of the Scanning Electrochemical Microscope (SECM)”, Chem. Sci., 2013 ,4, 3606
  23. Y. Wang, K. Kececi, M. V. Mirkin, V. Mani, N. Sardesai and J. F. Rusling “Resistive-Pulse Measurements with Nanopipettes: Detection of Au Nanoparticles and Nanoparticle-Bound Anti-peanut IgY”, Chem. Sci., 2013 ,4, 655
  24. L. Huang, Y. Wang, M.V. Mirkin, B. Ren, D. Zhan “Electrochemical Synthesis of Silver- tetracyanoquinodimethane Nanorods at Agar Supported Water/1,2-Dichloroethane Interface” J. Electrochem., 2012 , 18, 405.
  25. Y. Wang, J.-M. Noel, J. Velmurugan, W. Nogala, M. V. Mirkin, С. Lu, M. G. Collignonl, F. Lemaître and C. Amatore “Nanoelectrodes for Determination of Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species inside Biological Cells” Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 2012, 109, 11534.
  26. M. V. Mirkin, W. Nogala, J. Velmurugan and Y. Wang “Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy in the 21st Century. Update 1: Five Years After.” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2011, 13, 21196.
  27. P. Elsamadisi, Y. Wang, J. Velmurugan, and M. V. Mirkin “Polished Nanopipets: New Probes for High- Resolution Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy”, Anal. Chem., 2011, 83, 671.
  28. Y. Wang, T. Kakiuchi, F. Shigematsu and M. V. Mirkin “Kinetics of Ion Transfer at the Ionic Liquid/Water NanointerfaceJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 2010, 132, 16945.
  29. Y. Wang, J. Velmurugan and M. V. Mirkin “Kinetics of Charge-Transfer Reactions at Nanoscopic Electrochemical Interfaces” Isr. J. Chem., 2010, 50, 291.
  30. Y. Wang, J. Velmurugan and M. V. Mirkin, P. J. Rodgers, J. Kim and S.Amemiya “Kinetic Study of Rapid Transfer of Tetraethylammonium at the 1,2-Dichloroethane/Water Interface by Nanopipet Voltammetry of Common IonsAnal. Chem., 2010, 82, 77.
  31. P. J. Rodgers and S. Amemiya, Y. Wang and M. V. Mirkin “Nanopipet Voltammetry of Common Ions across the Liquid−Liquid Interface. Theory and Limitations in Kinetic Analysis of Nanoelectrode VoltammogramsAnal. Chem., 2010, 82, 84.
  32. F. O. Laforge, J. Velmurugan, Y. Wang and M. V. Mirkin “Nanoscale Imaging of Surface Topography and Reactivity with the Scanning Electrochemical Microscope (SECM)”, Anal. Chem., 2009, 81, 3143.

Book chapters

  • X. Shan, Y. Wang, N. Tao “Plasmonics Based Electrochemical Current and Impedance Imaging”, in Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering: Nanopatterned and Nanoparticle-Modified Electrodes (eds R. C. Alkire, P. N. Bartlett and J. Lipkowski), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany (2017) doi: 10.1002/9783527340934.ch10
  • S. Amemiya, Y. Wang, M.V. Mirkin “Nanoelectrochemistry at the Liquid/liquid Interfaces”, R.G. Compton, J.D. Wadhawan (Eds.), Specialist Periodical Reports in Electrochemistry (vol. 12), RSC (2013), p. 1
  • M. V. Mirkin and Y. Wang "Theory", in A. J. Bard and M. V. Mirkin (Eds.), Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy, 2nd Ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, (2012), pp. 75-125.

Published Articles in peer-reviewed journals (student authors from Cal State LA are represented with “^”)

  1. Complete inhibition of a polyol nucleation by a micromolar biopolymer additive. Wen. X.*; Wang, S.; Ramji, R. Bulter, L.O.; Bagdagulyan, Y.^; Kishishita, A.^; Golen, J.A.; Rheingold, A.L.; Kim, S.K.; Goddard III, W.A.*; Pascal, T.A.* Cell Rep. Phys. Sci. 2022, 3, 100723.
  2. Protein/ice interaction: high-resolution synchrotron X-ray diffraction differentiates pharmaceutical proteins from lysozyme. Bhatnagar, B.; Zakharov, B.; Fisyuk, A.; Wen, X.; Karim, F.; Lee, K.^; Seryotkin, Y.; Mogodi, M.; Fitch, A.; Boldyreva, E.; Kostyuchenko, A.; Shalaev, E.* J. Phys. Chem. B 2019, 123, 5690-5699.
  3. A beetle antifreeze protein protects lactate dehydrogenase under freeze-thawing, Rodriguez, C§; Sajjadi, S.; Abrol, R.; Wen, X.* Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 2019, 136, 1153-1160.
  4. Antifreeze proteins govern the precipitation of trehalose in a freezing-avoiding insect at low temperature. Wen, X.*; Wang, S.; Duman, J.G.; Arifin, J.F.^; Juwita, V.^; Goddard III, W.A.; Rios, A.^; Liu, F.; Kim, S.K.; Abrol, R.; DeVries, A.L.; Henling, L.M. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2016, 113, 6683-6688.
  5. Molecular Recognition of Methyl α-D-Mannopyranoside by Antifreeze (Glyco)Proteins. Wang, S.; Wen, X.*; DeVries, A.L.; Bagdagulyan, Y.^; Morita, A.^; Golen, J.A.; Duman, J.G.; Rheingold, A.L. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 8973-8981. Featured in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), Science & Technology Concentrates, June 30, 2014 – New Roles for Antifreeze Proteins.
  6. Antifreeze Protein-Induced Selective Crystallization of a New Thermodynamically and Kinetically Less Preferred Molecular Crystal. Wang, S.; Wen, X.*; Golen, J.A.; Arifin, J. F.^; Rheingold, A. L. Chem. Eur. J. 2013, 19, 16104-16112.
  7. Expanding the molecular recognition repertoire of antifreeze polypeptides: effects on crystal growth of nucleoside crystal growth. Wang, S.; Wen, X.*; Nikolovski, P.; Juwita, V.^; Arifin, J. F.^ Chem. Comm. 2012, 48, 11555-11557.
  8. Thermodynamic analysis of thermal hysteresis: Mechanistic insights into biological antifreezes. Wang, S.; Wen, X.*; Amornwittawat, N.^ J. Chem. Therm. 2012, 53, 125-130.
  9. Interaction of reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide with an antifreeze protein from Dendroides canadensis: mechanistic implication of antifreeze activity enhancement. Wen, X.*; Wang, S.; Amornwittawat, N.^; Houghton, E. A.; Sacco, M. A.^J. Mol. Recognit. 2011, 24, 1025-1032.
  10. NMR and DFT Investigation of Heme Ruffling: Functional Implications for Cytochrome c. Liptak, M.D.; Wen, X.; Bren, K. L. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2010, 132, 9753-9763.
  11. Arginine, a key residue for the enhancing ability of an antifreeze protein of the beetle Dendroides canadensis. Wang, S.; Amornwittawat, N.^; Juwita, V.^; Kao, Y.^; Duman, J.; Pascal, T.; Goddard, W.; Wen, X.* Biochemistry, 2009, 48, 9696-9703.
  12. Hofmeister Effects of Common Monovalent Salts on the Beetle Antifreeze Protein Activity. Wang, S.; Amornwittawat, N.§; Banatlao, J.^; Chung, M.§; Kao, Y.§; Wen, X.* J. Phys. Chem. B, 2009, 113, 13891-13894.
  13. Effects of Polyhydroxy Compounds on Beetle Antifreeze Protein Activity. Amornwittawat, N.; Wang, S.; Banatlao, J.^; Chung, M.§; Duman, J.G.; Wen, X.* Biochim Biophys Acta, 2009, 1794, 341-346.
  14. Polycarboxylates Enhance Beetle Antifreeze Protein Activity. Amornwittawat, N.^; Wang, S.; Duman, J.G.; Wen, X.* Biochim Biophys Acta, 2008, 1784, 1942-1948.
  15. Effects of Heme Pocket Structure and Mobility on Cytochrome c. Wen, X.; Patel, K; Russell, B. S.; Bren, K. L. Biochemistry 2007, 46, 2537-2544.
  16. Heme Axial Methionine Fluxion in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Asn64Gln Cytochrome c551. Wen, X.; Bren, K. L. Inorg. Chem. 2005, 44, 8587-8593.
  17. Suppression of Axial Methionine Fluxion in Hydrogenobacter thermophilus Gln64Asn Cytochrome c552. Wen, X.; Bren, K. L. Biochemistry 2005, 44, 5225-5233.
  18. The Influence of Aqueous vs. Glassy Solvents on Protein Dynamics: Vibrational Echo Experiments and Molecular Dynamics Simulations. Massari, A. M.; Finkelstein, I. J.; McClain, B. L.; Goj, A.; Wen, X.; Bren, K. L.; Loring, R. F.; Fayer, M. D. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 14279-14289.
  19. The Redox Properties of Wild-type and Heme-binding Loop Mutants of Bacterial Cytochromes c Measured by Direct Electrochemistry. Ye, T.; Kaur, R.; Wen, X.; Bren, K. L.; Elliotta, S. J. Inorg. Chem. 2005, 44, 8999-9006.
  20. Folding, Conformational Changes, and Dynamics of Cytochromes c Probed by NMR Spectroscopy. Bren, K. L.; Kellogg, J. A.; Kaur, R.; Wen, X. Inorg. Chem. 2004, 43, 7934-7944.
  21. Heme Axial Methionine Fluxionality in Hydrogenobacter thermophilus Cytochrome c552. Zhong, L; Wen, X.; Rabinowitz, T. M.; Russell, B. S.; Karan, E. F.; Bren, K. L. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2004, 101, 8637-8642.

  1. M. Jiang, T. Dong, C. Han, L. Liu, T. Zhang, Q. Kang, P. Wang, F. Zhou, “Regenerable and High-Throughput Surface Plasmon Resonance Assay for Rapid Screening of Anti- SARS-CoV-2 Antibody in Serum Samples,” Anal. Chim. Acta, 2022, 1208, 339829.
  2. W. Liu, Q. Kang, P. Wang, F. Zhou, “Ratiometric Fluorescence Immunoassay Based on MnO2-o-Phenylendiamine-Fluorescent Carbon Nanodots for the Detection of a- Fetoprotein via Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer.” New J. Chem., 2022, 46, 1120- 1126.
  3. Q. Tu, W. Liu, M. Jiang, W. Wang, Q. Kang, P. Wang, W. Zhou, F. Zhou, “Preferential Adsorption of Hydroxide Ions onto Partially Crystalline NiFe-Layered Doble Hydroxides Leads to Efficient and Selective OER in Alkaline Seawater,” ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2021, 4, 4630-4637.
  4. Z. Zhang, L. Peng, Y. Fu, W. Wang, P. Wang, F. Zhou, “Ginnalin A Binds to the Subpockets of Keap1 Kelch Domain to Activate the Nrf2-Regulated Antioxidant Defense System in SH-SY5Y Cells.” ACS Chem. Neurosci. 2021, 12, 872-882.
  5. L. Liu, C. Han, M. Jiang, T. Zhang, Q. Kang, P. Wang, F. Zhou, “Rapid and Regenerable Surface Plasmon Resonance Determinations of Biomarker Concentration and Biomolecular Interaction Based on Tris-Nitrilotriaceitic Acid Chips,” Anal. Chim. Acta, 2021, 1170, 338625.
  6. W. Guo, J. Wang, W. Guo, Q. Kang, F. Zhou, “Interference-free Photoelectrochemical Immunoassays Using Carboxymethylated Dextran-Coated and Gold-Modified TiO2 Nanotube Arrays,” Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 2021, 413, 4847-4854.
  7. W. Liu, X. Wang, C. Tai, W. Yan, R. Yu, Y. Li, H. Zhao, F. Zhou, “Four-Channel Photothermal Plate Reader for High-Throughput Nanoparticle-Amplified Immunoassay,” Anal. Chem. 2020, 92, 15705-15710.
  8. Q. Liu, W. Yan, Y. Li, F. Zhou, “A Facile Fabrication of Microelectrodes with Recyclable Feature Using Organic-Solvent-Soluble Wax,” Int. J. Electrochem. Sci. 2020, 15, 4232- 4241.
  9. H. Zhao, M. Jiang, Q. Kang, L. Liu, N. Zhang, P. Wang, F. Zhou, “Electrocatalytic Oxygen and Hydrogen Evolution Reactions at Ni3B/Fe2O3 Nanotube Arrays under Visible Light Radiation,” Catal. Sci. Technol. 2020, 10, 8305-8313.
  10. Q. Liu, H. Zhao, M. Jiang, Q. Kang, W. Zhou, P. Wang, F. Zhou, “Boron Enhances Oxygen Evolution Reaction Activity over Ni Foam-Supported Iron Boride Nanowires,” J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 8, 13638-13645.
  11. Q. Liu, D. Jiang, Q. Kang, F. Zhou, “Efficient Solar Cells Constructed with Lead Iodide Perovskite Templated by a 3-Aminopropyl Trimethoxysilane and Methyltrimethoxysilane Mixed Monolayer,” Int. J. Electrochem. Sci. 2020, 15, 5540-5551.
  12. W. Yan, D. Jiang, W. Guo, F. Zhou, “Efficiency Enhancement of Solid-State Dye- Sensitized Solar Cells by Doping Polythiophene Films Photochemically Grown onto TiO2 Nanoparticles Covered with cis-bis(isothiocyanato)bis(2,2’-bipyridyl-4,4’- dicarboxylato)ruthenium(II),“ Electrochimkca Acta, 2020, 355, 136685.
  13. W. Yan, D. Jiang, Q. Liu, Q. Kang, F. Zhou, “Effects of Doping Methods and Dopant Sizes on the Performance of Solar Cells Constructed with Anchor-Guided Photoelectrochemical Polymerization of Thiophene,” Electrochimkca Acta, 2020, 330, 135250.
  14. Q. Fang, Y. Liu, X. Wang, Z. Zhang, Y. Fu, L. Liu, P. Wang, H. Ma, H. Ma, N. P. Seeram, F. Zhou, “Ginnalin A Inhibits Aggregation, Reverses Fibrillogenesis, and Alleviates Cytotoxicity of Amyloid b(1-42),” ACS Chem. Neurosci. 2020, 11, 638-647.
  15. X. Tan, X. Wang, L. Zhang, L. Liu, G. Zheng, H. Li, and F. Zhou, “Stable and Photothermally Efficient Antibody-Covered Cu3(PO4)2@Polydopamine Nanocomposites for Sensitive and Cost-Effective Immunoassays,” Anal. Chem., 2019, 91, 8274–8279.
  16. X. Wang, X. Wang, Y. Han, H. Li Q. Kang, P, Wang, and F. Zhou, “Immunoassay for Cardiac Troponin I with Fluorescent Signal Amplificaiton by Hydrolyzed Coumarin Released from a Metal-Organic Framework,” ACS Appl. Nano Mater. 2019, 2. 11 7170-7177.
  17. W. Yan, D. Jiang, Q. Liu, Q. Kang, F. Zhou, “Solar Cells Constructed with Polythiophene Thin Films Grown along Tethered Thiophene-Dye Conjugates via Photoelectrochemical Polymerization,” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2019, 11, 18755-18762.
  18. Q. Liu, X. Wang1, A. Benedict, L. Janibekyan, S. W. Su, Y. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Surface Plasmon Resonance Coupled with Potential-Step Chronoamperometry: Theory and Applications for Quantitative Measurements of Electrodeposited Thin Films,” Electroanalysis., 2019, 31, 2155-2161.
  19. L. Kou, Y. Duan, D. Jiang, Y. He, D. Chen, J. Xiang, G. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Norepinephrine-Fe(III)-ATP Ternary Complex and Its Relevance to Parkinson’s Disease,” ACS. Chem. Neurosci. 2019, 10, 6, 2777-2785.
  20. X. Wang, P. Magdziarz, E. Enriquez, W. Zhao, C. Quan, N. Darabedian, J. Momand, and F. Zhou, “Surface Plasmon Resonance and Cytotoxicity Assays of Drug Efficacies Predicted Computationally to Inhibit p53/MDM2 Interaction,” Anal. Biochem. 2019, 569, 53-58.
  21. X. Wang, Q. Liu, X. Tan, L. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Covalent affixation of histidine-tagged proteins tethered onto Ni‒nitrilotriacetic acid sensors for enhanced surface plasmon resonance detection of small molecule drugs and kinetic studies of antibody/antigen interactions,” Analyst, 2019, 144, 587-593.
  22. X. Wang and F. Zhou, “Dual-Valve and Counter-Flow Surface Plasmon Resonance,” Anal. Chem., 2018, 90, 4972–4977.
  23. F. Shao, L. Zhang, L. Jiao, X. Wang, L. Miao, H. Li, and F. Zhou, “Enzyme-Free Immunosorbent Assay of Prostate Specific Antigen Amplified by Releasing pH Indicator Molecules Entrapped in Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles,” Anal. Chem., 2018, 90, 8673– 8679.
  24. L. Wu, H. Tang, S. Hu, Y. Xia, Z. Lu, Y. Fan, Z. Wang, X. Yi, F. Zhou, and J. Wang, “Sensitive and simultaneous surface plasmon resonance detection of free and p53-bound MDM2 proteins from human sarcomas,” Anayst, 2018,143, 2029‒2034.
  25. D. Chen, X. Wang, Y, He, T. Kai, Z. Li, J. Xiang, D. Jiang, and F. Zhou, “Studies of Electrode Reactions and Coordination Geometries of Cu(I) and Cu(II) Complexes with Bicinchoninic Acid,” Electroanalysis, 2018, 30, 479‒485.
  26. X. Wang, Z. Li, N. Ly, and F. Zhou, “One-Step Ligand Immobilization and Single Sample Injection for Regeneration-Free Surface Plasmon Resonance Studies of Biomolecular Interactions,” Anal. Chem. 2017, 89, 3261‒3265.
  27. J. Momand, P. Magdziarz, Y. Feng, D. Jiang, E. Parga, A. Celis, E. Denny, X. Wang, L. Phillips, E. Monterroso, E. Kane, and F. Zhou, t-Darpp is an elongated monomer that binds calcium and is phosphorylated by cyclin-dependent kinases 1 and 5. FEBS Open Bio., 2017, 7, 1328–1337.
  28. D. Chen, N. Darabedian, Z. Li, T. Kai, D. Jiang, and F. Zhou, “An improved bathocuproine assay for accurate valence identification and quantification of copper bound by biomolecules,” Anal. Biochem. 2016, 497, 27‒35.
  29. E. M. Espinoza, B. Xia, N. Darabedian, J. Larsen, V. Nuñez, F. Botero, D. Bao, F. Zhou, and Valentine I. Vullev, “Nitropyrene Photoprobes: Making Them, and What Are They Good for?” Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2016, 2, 343‒356.
  30. D. Jiang, N. Darabedian, S. Ghazarian, Y. Hao, M. Zhgamadze, N. Majaryan, R. Shen, and F. Zhou, “Dyes and Redox Couples with Matched Energy Levels: Elimination of the Dye Regeneration Energy Loss in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells,” Chem. Phys. Chem., 2015, 16, 3385‒3388.
  31. X. Yi, Y. Zhang, M. Gong, J. Zhang, and F. Zhou, “Ca2+-Bridges Glu-22 of Aβ(1−42) to Phospholipids and Accelerates the Aβ(1−42) Aggregation Below the Critical Micelle Concentration,” Biochemistry, 2015, 54, 6323‒6332.
  32. M. Candelario, E. Cuellar, J. M. Reyes-Ruiz, N. Derabedian, F. Zhou, R. Miledi, A. Russo-Neustadt, and A. Limon, “Direct Evidence for GABAergic Activity of Withania somnifera on Mammalian Ionotropic GABAA and GABAr Receptors,” J. Ethnopharmacology, 2015, 17, 264‒272.
  33. M. Zhang, R. Hu, H. Chen, X. Gong, F. Zhou, L. Zhang, and J. Zheng, “Polymorphic Associations and Structures of the Cross-seeding of Aβ1‒42 and hIAPP1‒37 Polypeptides,” J. Chem. Info. Model., 2015, 55, 1628‒1639.
  34. T. Kai, S. Chen, E. Monterroso, and F. Zhou, “Continuous Nanoflow-Scanning Electrochecmial Microscopy: Voltammetric Characterization and Application to Accurate and Reproducible Imaging of Enzyme-Labeled Protein Microarrays,” Anal. Chem., 2015, 87, 4523‒4529.
  35. T. Kai, L. Zhang, X. Wang, A. Jing, B. Zhao, X. Yu, J. Zheng, and F. Zhou, “Tabersonine inhibits Amyloid Fibril Formation and Cytotoxicity of Aβ(1−42),” ACS Chem. Neurosci. 2015, 6, 879‒888.
  36. L. Zhang, Y. Hao, Y. Long, D. Jiang, A. Ramos, X. Ma, Q. Lin, and F. Zhou, “Optically transparent electrodes modified with sulfide ion-covered CdS quantum dots for sensitive photoelectrochemical detection of sulfhydryl-containing compounds,” Electroanalysis, 2015, 27, 1899‒1905.
  37. Q. Wang, G. Liang, M. Zhang, J. Zhao, K. Patel, X. Yu, C. Zhao, B. Ding, G. Zhang, F. Zhou, and J. Zheng, “De Novo Design of Self-Assembled Hexapeptides as β-Amyloid (Aβ) Peptide Inhibitors,” ACS Chem. Neurosci. 2014, 5, 972‒981.
  38. T. Kai, S. Chen, E. Monterroso, A. Hailu, and F. Zhou, “A Microring Electrode Concentric to an Inner Injection Capillary for Voltammetric Analysis in Nanoliter/Picoliter-Sized Droplets,” Anal. Chem. 2014, 86, 8037‒8041.
  39. S. Chen, L. Zhang, Y. Long, and F. Zhou, “Electroanalytical Sensors and Methods for Assays and Studies of Neurological Biomarkers,” Electroanalysis, 2014, 26, 1236‒1248.
  40. M. Zhou, M. Yang, and F. Zhou, “Paper based colorimetric biosensing platform utilizing cross-linked siloxane as probe,” Biosens. Bioelectron., 2014, 33, 39‒43.
  41. L. Zhang, K. Xia, Z. Lu, G. Li, J. Chen, Y. Deng, S. Li, F. Zhou, and N. He, “Efficient and Facile Synthesis of Gold Nanorods with Finely Tunable Plasmonic Peaks from Visible to Near-IR Range,” Chem. Mater., 2014, 26, 1794‒1798.
  42. Y. He, M. Liu, N. Darabedian, S. Chen, Y. Liang, D.-Y. Wu, J. Xiang, and F. Zhou, “pH- Dependent Coordination of Pb2+ to Metallothionein2: Structures and Insight into Lead Detoxification,” Inorg. Chem., 2014, 53, 2822‒2830.
  43. M. Yang, X. Yi, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Electroanalytical and Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensors for Detection of Breast Cancer and Neurological Biomarkers in Cells and Body Fluids,” Analyst, 2014, 139, 1814‒1825.
  44. D. Jiang, Y. Hao, R. Shen, S. Ghazaryan, A. Ramos, and F. Zhou, “Effective Blockage of the Interfacial Recombination Process at TiO2 Nanowire Array Electrodes in Dye- Sensitized Solar Cells,” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2013, 5, 11906‒11912.
  45. M. G. Harrington, J. Chiang, J. M. Pogoda, M. Gomez, K. Thomas, S. D. Marion, K. J. Miller, P. Siddarth, X. Yi, F. Zhou, S. Lee, X. Arakaki, R. P. Cowan, and A. N. Fonteh, “Executive Function Changes before Memory in Preclinical Alzheimer’s Pathology: A Prospective, Cross-Sectional, Case Control Study Predicts the Pathology of Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease,” Plos One, 2013, 8, e79378.
  46. D. Jiang, S. Shi, L. Zhang, L. Liu, B. Ding, G. Yagnik, and F. Zhou, “Inhibition of Fe(III)- Catalyzed Dopamine Oxidation by Formation of ATP–Fe(III)–Dopamine Complex, and Its Relevance to Oxidative Stress in Parkinson’s Disease,” ACS Chem. Neurosci. 2013, 4, 1305‒1313.
  47. X. Yi, Y. Hao, N. Xia, J. Wang, M. Quintero, and F. Zhou, “Sensitive and Continuous Screening of Inhibitors of β-Site Amyloid Precursor Protein Cleaving Enzyme 1 (BACE1) at Single SPR Chips,” Anal. Chem. 2013, 85, 3660‒3666.
  48. S. Shi, B. Zhao, G. Yagnik, and F. Zhou, “An Interface for Sensitive Analysis of Monoamine Neurotransmitters by Ion-Pair Chromatography-ESI-MS with Continuous On- Line Elimination of Ion-Pair Reagents,” Anal. Chem. 2013, 85, 6598‒6602.
  49. X. Yi, H. Han, Y. Zhang, J. Wang, Y. Zhang, and F. Zhou, “Amplified voltammetric characterization of cleavage of the biotinylated peptide by BACE1 and screening of BACE1 inhibitors,” Biosens. Bioelectron., 2013, 50, 224‒228.
  50. L. Zhang, T. Kai, Y. Hao, Q. Tu, and F. Zhou, “A Ferrocene-Tagged Amyloid- β Fragment for Rapid Screening of Aggregation Inhibitors from Natural Compounds by HPLC Electrochemical Detection,” Electroanalysis, 2013, 25, 1659‒1664.
  51. X. Yu, Q. Wang, Q. Pan, F. Zhou, and J. Zheng, “Molecular interactions of Alzheimer amyloid-β oligomers with neutral and negatively charged lipid bilayers,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2013, 15, 8878‒8889.
  52. L. Zhang, G. Yagnik, Y. Peng, C.-W. Wei, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Kinetic Studies of Inhibition of the Aβ(1–42) Aggregation Using a Ferrocene-Tagged β-Sheet Breaker Peptide,” Anal. Biochem. 2013, 434, 292‒299.
  53. Y. Hao, L. Liu, Y. Long, Y.-N. Liu, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Sensitive photoluminescent detection of Cu2+ in real samples using CdS quantum dots in combination with a Cu2+- reducing reaction,” Biosen. Bioelectron., 2013, 41, 723‒729.
  54. D. Jiang, L. Zhang, G. P. Grant, C. G. S. Chen, Dudzik, S. Patel, Y. Hao, G. L. Millhauser, and F. Zhou, “Elevated Copper-Binding Strength of Amyloid-β Aggregates Enables Their Copper Sequestration from Albumin: a Pathway to Accumulation of Copper in Senile Plaques,” Biochemistry, 2013, 52, 547‒556.
  55. L. Zhang, G. Yagnik, D. Jiang, P. Chang, and F. Zhou, “Separation of intermediates of iron-catalyzed dopamine oxidation reactions using reversed-phase ion-pairing chromatography coupled in tandem with UV-visible and ESI-MS detections,” J. Chromatogr. B, 2012, 911, 55‒58.
  56. Y. He, S. Chen, Y. Liu, Y. Liang, J. Xiang, D. Wu, and F. Zhou, “Coordination of Bi3+ to metal-free metallothionein: spectroscopy and density functional calculation of structure, coordination, and electronic excitations,” J. Inorg. Biochem., 2012, 113, 9‒14.
  57. J. Wang, X. Yi, H. Tang, H. Han, M. Wu, and F. Zhou, “Direct Quantification of microRNA at Low pM Level in Sera of Glioma Patients Using a Competitive Hybridization Followed by Amplified Voltammetric Detection,” Anal. Chem., 2012, 84, 6400‒6406.
  58. D. Jiang, I. Rauda, S. Han, S. Chen, and F. Zhou, “Aggregation Pathways of the Amyloid- β(1–42) Peptide depend on its Colloidal Stability and Ordered β-Sheet Stacking,” Langmuir, 2012, 28, 12711‒12721.
  59. B. Zhou, Y. Hao, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Conversion of Natively Unstructured α- Synuclein to Its α-Helical Conformation Significantly Attenuates Production of Reactive Oxygen Species,” J. Inorg. Biochem., 2012, 118, 68‒73.
  60. B. Zhou, J. Li, B.-J. Feng, O. Y. Ouyang, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Syntheses and in Vitro Antitumor Activities of Ferrocene-Conjugated Arg-Gly-Asp Peptides,” J. Inorg. Biochem., 2012, 116, 19‒25.
  61. D. Jiang, L. Shi, M. Jeong, M. Selke, and F. Zhou, “Well-Ordered Porous Fe3O4 Nanostructures Prepared via Infiltrating Inexpensive Iron Complexes into Polyelectrolyte Shells Coated onto Polystyrene Microspheres,” Adv. Sci. Lett., 2012, 6, 189‒194.
  62. A. Izquierdo, K. Carlos, S. Ostrander, D. Rodriguez, A. McCall-Craddolp, G. Yagnik, and F. Zhou, “Impaired reward learning and intact motivation after serotonin depletion in rats,”Behav. Brain Res., 2012, 233, 494‒499.
  63. Y. Peng, C. Deng, L. Su, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “On-Line Removal of Redox-Active Interferents by a Porous Electrode before Amperometric Blood Glucose Determination,” Anal. Chim. Acta, 2012, 719, 52‒56.
  64. F. Zhou and G. L. Millhauser, “The Rich Electrochemistry and Redox Reactions of the Copper Sites in the Cellular Prion Protein,” Coord. Chem. Rev., 2012, 256, 2285‒2296.
  65. X. Liu, M. Du, F. Zhou, and F. A. Gomez, “Facile Fabrication of an Interface for On-line Coupling of Microchip CE to Surface Plasmon Resonance,” Bioanalysis, 2012, 4, 373‒ 379.
  66. L. Liu, D. Jiang, A. McDonald, Y. Hao, G. Millhauser, and F. Zhou, “Copper Redox Cycling in the Prion Protein Depends Critically on Binding Mode,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2011, 133, 12229‒12237 (Featured in the Concentrates Section of Chemical and Engineering News August 1, 2011 issue).
  67. J. Li, Y. Zhou, M. Li, N. Xia, Q. Huang, H. Do, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Carboxymethylated Dextran-Coated Magnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Regenerable Biospearation,” J. Nanosci. Nanotech., 2011, 11, 10187‒10192.
  68. X. Arakaki, H. Foster, L. Su, H. Do, A. J. Wain, and F. Zhou, Alfred Fonteh, Michael Harrington, “Extracellular sodium modulates the excitability cultured hippocampal pyramidal cells,” Brain Res., 2011, 1401, 85‒94.
  69. Q. Wang, C. Wang, N. Shah, F. Zhou, J. Zheng, “Structural, Morphological, and Kinetic Studies of β-Amyloid Peptide Aggregation on Self-Assembled Monolayers,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2011, 13, 15200‒15210.
  70. H. Laroui, Y. Narui, S. Ingersoll, S. Ayyadurai, M. A. Charania, Y. Yan, K. Salaita, S. V. Sitaraman, F. Zhou, and D. Merlin, “Tri-DAP interacts directly with the LRR domain of NOD1 and consequently increases RICK/NOD1 interaction and RICK phosphorylation activity,” J. Biol. Chem., 2011, 286, 31003‒31013.
  71. N. Xia, L. Liu, M. Harrington, F. Zhou, and Ji. Wang, “Regenerable and Simultaneous SPR Detection of Aβ(1–40) and Aβ(1–42) Peptides in Cerebrospinal Fluids with Signal Amplification by Streptavidin Conjugated to an N-Terminus-Specific Antibody,” Anal. Chem., 2010, 82, 10151‒10157.
  72. C. Wang, N. Shah, G. Thakur, F. Zhou, and M. L. Roger, “α‒Synuclein in α‒Helical Conformation at Air-Water Interface: Implication of Conformation and Orientation Changes During Its Accumulation/Aggregation,” Chem. Commun., 2010, 46, 6702‒6704.
  73. C. Wang, L. Liu, L. Zhang, Y. Peng, and F. Zhou, “Redox Reactions of the α‒Synuclein‒ Cu2+ complex and Their Effects on Neuronal Cell Viability,” Biochemistry, 2010, 49, 8134‒8142.
  74. D. Jiang, X. Li, G. Yagnik, and F. Zhou, “Reaction Rates and Mechanism of the Oxidation of Ascorbic Acid by Molecular Oxygen Catalyzed by Different β-Amyloid Complexes with Cu(II),” J. Phys. Chem. B, 2010, 114, 4896‒4903.
  75. X. Xiao, Yu. Gao, X. Jiao, J. Xiang, and F. Zhou, “Laser-Induced Thermal Effect in Surface Plamson Resonance,” Anal. Chim. Acta, 2010, 676, 75‒80.
  76. L. Liu, H. Do, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Bismuth-Coated Reticulated Vitreous Carbon and Bismuth-Coated Glassy Carbon Electrodes for On-Line Coupling of ASV with ICP-MS” Electroanalysis, 2010, 22, 1476‒1482.
  77. G.-C. Han, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Spectrofluoremetric determination of total free thiols in biological samples based on formation of complexes of Ce(III) with disulfide bonds,” Anal. Chim. Acta, 2010, 659, 238‒242.
  78. Y. Peng, C. Wang, H. H. Xu, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Binding of alpha-Synuclein with Fe3+ and with Fe2+ and Biological Implications of the Resultant Complexes,” J. Inorg. Biochem., 2010, 104, 365‒370.
  79. Y. Peng, D. Jiang, L. Su, L. Zhang, M. Yan, J. Du, Y. Lu, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, “Mixed Monolayers of Ferrocenylalkanethiol and Encapsulated Horse Radish Peroxidase for Sensitive and Durable Electrochemical Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide,” Anal. Chem., 2009, 81, 9985‒9992.
  80. D. Jiang, X. Li, R. Williams, S. Patel, L. Men, Y. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Ternary Complexes of Iron, Amyloid-β and Nitrilotriacetic Acid: Binding Affinities, Redox Properties, and Relevance to Iron-Induced Oxidative Stress in Alzheimer’s Disease,” Biochemistry, 2009, 48, 7939‒7947.
  81. Y. Wang, X. Zhu, M. Wu, N. Xia, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Simultaneous and Label-Free Determination of Wild-Type and Mutant p53 at a Single SPR Chip Preimmobilized with Consensus DNA and Monocolonal Antibody,” Anal. Chem., 2009, 81, 8441‒8446.
  82. K. N. Sohn, F. Kim, K. Pradel, J. Wu, Y. Peng, F. Zhou, and J. Huang, “Construction of Evolutionary Tree for Morphological Engineering of Nanoparticles,” ACS Nano, 2009, 3, 2191‒2198.
  83. Y. Long, D. Jiang, X. Zhu, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Trace Hg2+ Analysis via Quenching of the Fluorescence of a CdS-Encapsulated DNA Nanocomposite,” Anal. Chem., 2009, 81, 2652‒2657.
  84. Y. Peng, Y.-N. Liu, and F. Zhou, Voltammetric Studies of the Interaction Between Ferrocene-Labeled Glutathione and Proteins in Solution or Immobilized onto Surface,” Electroanalysis, 2009, 21, 1848‒1854.
  85. D. Jiang, K. L. Dinh, T. C. Tuthenburg, Y. Zhang, L. Su, D. P. Land, and F. Zhou, “A Kinetic Model for β-Amyloid Adsorption at the Air/Solution Interface and Its Implication to the β-Amyloid Aggregation Process,” J. Phys. Chem. B, 2009, 113, 3160‒3168.
  86. Y. Zhang, X. Cheng, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Bi- and Tetra-Layered Dipalmitoyl Phosphatidylserine (DPPS) Patterns Produced by Hydration of Langmuir-Blodgett Monolayers and the Subsequent Enzymatic Digestion,” Colloid. Surfaces, A, 2009, 337, 26‒32.
  87. H.-S. Hong, S. Rana, L. Barrigan, A. Shi, Y. Zhang, F. Zhou. L.-W. Jin, and D. H. Hua, “Inhibition of Alzheimer’s Amyloid Toxicity with a Tricyclic Pyrone Molecule In Vitro and In Vivo,” J. Neurochem., 2009, 108, 1097‒1108.
  88. J. G. Martinez, M. Waldon, Q. Huang, S. Alvarez, A. Oren, M. Du, F. Zhou, A. Zenz, K. Lohner, and E. Porter, “Membrane-Targeted Synergistic Activity of Docosahexaenoic Acid and Lysozyme against P. aeruginosa,” Biochemical J., 2009, 419, 193‒200.
  89. A. J. Wain, H. Do, H. Mandal, H.-B. Kraatz, and F. Zhou, “The Influence of Molecular Dipole Moment on the Redox-Induced Reorganization of α-Helical Peptide Self- Assembled Monolayers: An Electrochemical SPR Investigation," J. Phys. Chem. C. 2008, 112, 14513‒14519.
  90. L. Liu, J. Yang, N. Xia, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Voltammetric Ivestigation of Zinc Release from Metallothioneins Modulated by the Glutathione Redox Couple and Separated with a Porous Membrane,” Electroanalysis, 2008, 20, 2253‒2258.
  91. N. Maiti, D. Jiang, A. J. Wain, S. Patel, K. Dihn, and F. Zhou, “Mechanistic Studies of Cu(II) Binding to Amyloid-β Peptides and the Fluorescence and Redox Behaviors of the Resulting Complexes,” J. Phys. Chem. B., 2008, 112,8406‒8411.
  92. M. Du and F. Zhou, “Postcolumn Regeneration of Sensor Surfaces for HPLC-SPR Detection,” Anal. Chem., 2008, 80, 4225‒4230.
  93. Y. Xin, Y. Gao, J. Guo, Q. Chen, J. Xiang, and F. Zhou, “Real-Time Detection of Cu2+ Sequestration and Release by Immobilized Apo-Metallothione Using SECM Combined with SPR,” Biosen. Bioelectron., 2008, 24, 369‒375.
  94. A. J. Wain and F. Zhou, “Scanning Electrochemical Microscopic Imaging of DNA Microarrays Using Methylene Blue as a Redox Active Intercalator,” Langmuir, 2008, 24, 5155‒5160.
  95. G. R. Bañuelos, R. Argumedo, K. Patel, V. Ng, F. Zhou, and R. L. Vellanoweth, “The developmental transition to flowering in Arabidopsis is associated with an increase in leaf chloroplastic lipoxygenase activity,” Plant Science, 2008, 174, 366‒373.
  96. Y. Li, Y. Zhang, and F. Zhou, “Sequential Monitoring of Film Thickness Variations with Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging and Imaging Ellipsometry Constructed with a Single Optical System,” Anal. Chem., 2008, 80, 891‒897.
  97. F. Ying, M. Xu, K. Li, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Voltammetric Studies of Cadmium and Zinc-Containing Metallothioneins at Nafion-Coated Mercury Thin Film Electrodes,” Electroanalysis, 2008, 20, 888‒893.
  98. J. Wang, X. Zhu, Q. Tu, C. S. Zarui, J. Momand, X. Zhu Sun, and F. Zhou, “Capture of p53 by Electrodes Modified with Consensus DNA Duplexes and Amplified Voltammetric Detection Using Ferrocene-Capped Gold Nanoparticle/Streptavidin Conjugates,” Anal. Chem., 2008, 80, 769‒774.
  99. Y. Lei, H.-Y. Chen, H.-P. Dai, Z. Zeng, Y. Lin, F. Zhou, and D.-W. Pang, “Electroless- plated Gold Films for Sensitive Surface Plasmon Resonance Detection of White Spot Syndrome Virus,” Biosen. Bioelectron., 2008, 23, 1200‒1207.
  100. D. Jiang, L. Men, J. Wang, S. Chikneyan, Y. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Redox Potentials of Copper Complexes with Different β-Amyloid Peptides and Their Relevance to Neuropathology,” Biochemistry, 2007, 46, 9270‒9282.
  101. Y.-J. Li, J. Xiang, and F. Zhou, “Sensitive and Label-Free Detection of DNA by Surface Plasmon Resonance,” Plasmonics, 2007, 2, 79‒87.
  102. D. Zeng, L. Yin, Y. Zhang, Y. Zhang, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Detection of oligonucleotide hybridization amplified by an enzyme-catalyzed precipitation reaction via a highly sensitive surface plasmon resonance spectrometer,” Front. Biosci., 2007, 12, 5117‒5123.
  103. Y. Zhang, M. Xu, Y. Wang, F. Toledo, and F. Zhou, “Studies of Metal Ions Binding by Apo-metallothioneins Attached Onto Preformed Self-Assembled Monolayers Using a Highly Sensitive Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectrometer,” Sens. Actuat. B, 2007, 123, 784‒792.
  104. Y. Zhang, M. Xu, M. Du, and F. Zhou, “Comparative studies of the interaction between ferulic acid and bovine serum albumin by affinity capillary electrophoresis and surface plasmon resonance,” Electrophoresis, 2007, 28, 1839‒1845.
  105. P. Zhai, J. Guo, J. Xiang, and F. Zhou, “Electrochemical Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy at Bilayered Silver/Gold Films,” J. Phys. Chem. C., 2007, 111, 981‒986.
  106. M. Xu, Y. Wu, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Electrochemistry of and Redox-Induced Metal Release from Metallothioneins at a Nafion-Coated Bismuth Film Electrode,” Electroanalysis, 2006, 18, 2099‒2105.
  107. J. Xiang, J. Guo, and F. Zhou, “Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy Combined with Surface Plasmon Resonance: Studies of Localized Film Thickness Variations and Molecular Conformation Changes,” Anal. Chem., 2006, 78, 1418‒1424.
  108. X. Yao, X. Li, F. Toledo, C. Zurita-Lopez, M.Gutova, J. Momand, and F. Zhou, “Sub- Attomole Oligonucleotide and p53 cDNA Determinations via a High-Resolution SPR Combined with Oligonucleotide-Capped Gold Nanoparticle Signal Amplification,” Anal. Biochem., 2006, 354, 220‒228.
  109. G. Cao, O. Jimenez, F. Zhou, and M. Xu, “Nafion-Coated Bismuth Film and Nafion- Coated Mercury Film Electrodes for Anodic Stripping Voltammetry Combined On-Line with ICP-Mass Spectrometry”, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom., 2006, 17, 945‒952.
  110. O. A. Jimenez, S. Chikneyan, A. J. Baca, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Sensitive Detection of Sulphydryl Groups in Metallothioneins and Related Species via Ferrocene-Capped Gold Nanoparticle/Streptavidin Conjugates,” Environ. Sci. Tech. 2005, 39, 1209‒1213.
  111. F. Zhou, “Electrochemistry Combined On-Line with Atomic Mass Spectrometry and Related Techniques for Trace Metal Analysis and Studies of Electrode Reactions,” Trends in Anal. Chem., 2005, 24, 218‒227.
  112. Y. Wang, J. Wang, Z. Hu, and F. Zhou, “Voltammetric Determination of Surface- Confined Biomolecules with N-(2-ethyl-ferrocene)maleimide,” Electroanalysis, 2005, 17, 2163‒2169.
  113. Y. Wang, S. Han, A. L. Briseno, R. J. Sanedrin, and F. Zhou, “A Modified Nanosphere Lithographic Method for the Fabrication of Aminosilane/Polystyrene Nanoring Arrays and the Subsequent Attachment of Gold or DNA-Capped Gold Nanoparticles,” J. Mater. Chem. 2004, 14, 3488‒3494.
  114. Y. Wang, Xin Yao, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Attachment of Amino- and Maleimide- Derivatized Ferrocene Molecules onto Self-Assembled Alkanethiol and Alkanedithiol Monolayers: Voltammetric Evaluation of Cross-Linking Efficiencies and Surface Coverage of Electroactive Groups” Electroanalysis, 2004, 16, 1755‒1761.
  115. X. Yao, J. Wang, F. Zhou, J. Wang, and N.J. Tao, "Quantification of Redox-Induced Thickness Changes of 11-Ferrocenylundecanethiol Self Assembled Monolayers by Electrochemical Surface Plasmon Resonance and Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance," J. Phys. Chem. B, 2004, 108, 7206‒7212.
  116. M. Zhu, S. Han, F. Zhou, S. Carter, and A. L. Fink, "Annular Oligomeric Amyloid Intermediates Observed by In-situ AFM," J. Biol. Chem. 2004, 279, 24452‒24459.
  117. M. Zhu, S. Rajamani, J. Kaylor, S. Han, F. Zhou, and A. L. Fink, “The Flavonoid Baicalein Inhibits Fibrillation of α-Synuclein and Disaggregates Existing Fibrils,” J. Biol. Chem., 2004, 279, 26846‒26857.
  118. A. L. Briseno, S. Han, I. Rauda, F. Zhou, C.S. Toh, J. Nemenick, N. S. Lewis, “Electrochemical Polymerization of Aniline Monomers Impregnated into Well-Ordered Truncated Egg-Shell Structures Composed of Polyelectrolyte Multilayers,” Langmuir, 2004, 20, 219‒226.
  119. L. Wang, J. Wang, and F. Zhou, “Direct Electrochemistry of Catalase at a Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube-Modified Gold Electrode,” Electroanalysis, 2004, 16, 627‒632.
  120. Z.S. Chikneyan, A.L. Briseno, X. Shi, S. Han, J. Huang, and F. Zhou, “Polyelectrolyte- Mediated Assembly of Copper Phthalocyanine Tetrasulfonate Multilayers and the Subsequent Production of Nanoparticulate Copper Oxide Thin Films,” J. Nanosci. Nanotech., 2004, 4, 628‒634.
  121. A. J. Baca, F. Zhou J. Wang, J. Hu, J. Li, J. Wang, and Z. Chikneyan, “Attachment of Ferrocene-Capped Gold Nanoparticle/Streptavidin Conjugates onto Electrode Surfaces Covered with Biotinylated Biomolecules for Enhanced Voltammetric Analysis” Electroanalysis, 2004, 16, 73‒80.
  122. S. Wang, R. Gao, M. Selke, and F. Zhou, “Nanomaterials and Singlet Oxygen Photosensitizers: Potential Applications in Photodynamic Therapy,” J. Mater. Chem. 2004, featured review article, 14, 487‒493.
  123. J. Wang, J. Li, A. J. Baca, J. Hu, F. Zhou, W. Yan, D.-W. Pang, “Amplified Voltammetric Detection of DNA Hybridization via Electrochemical Oxidation of Ferrocene Caps on the Streptavidin/Gold Nanoparticle Conjugates,” Anal. Chem., 2003, 75, 3941‒3945.
  124. X. Z. Sun, L. Makanura, S. Han, D. Tran, C. Vinci, J. Nguyen, M. Hamann, S. Grazziani, S. Sheppard, M. Gutova, F. Zhou, J. Thomas, and J. Momand, “p53 disulfide bond formation with a low molecular weight inhibits proper tetramer formation and binding to DNA,” Antioxid. Redox Sign., 2003, 5, 655‒665.
  125. S. Han, D. Ralin, J. Wang, X. Li, and F. Zhou, “Imaging of Antibody Attachment to Surface-Confined DNA molecules by Atomic Force Microscopy,” Langmuir, 2003, 19, 8943‒8950.
  126. A. L. Briseno, T. Gao, J. Huang, A. R. Hopkins, B. Sisk, R. B. Kaner, F. Zhou, and N.S. Lewis, “Detection of N-butylamine Vapors by Morphologically Different Polyaniline Chemiresistive Detectors,” Polymer Preprints, 2003, 44, 140.
  127. A. J. Baca, A. Escobedo, F. Zhou, and A. Z. Mason, “Anodic Stripping Voltammetry Combined On-Line with ICP-MS via a Direct Injection High Efficiency Nebulizer,” Anal. Chem., 2003, 75, 2507‒2511.
  128. X. Shi, R. J. Sanedrin, A. L. Briseno, and F. Zhou, “Formation of Uniform Polyaniline Thin Shells and Hollow Spheres Using Polyelectrolyte-Coated Microspheres as Templates,” Macromolecules, 2003, 36, 4093‒4098.
  129. J. Huang, V. M. Egan, H. Guo, J.-Y. Yoon, A. L. Briseno, I. E. Ruada, R. L. Garrell, C. M. Knobler, F. Zhou, and R. B. Kaner, “Enantioselective Discrimination of D- and L- Phenylalanine by Chiral Polyaniline Thin Films,” Adv. Mater., 2003, 15, 1158‒1161.
  130. J. Wang and F. Zhou, “Scanning Electrochemical Microscopic Imaging of Surface- Confined DNA Probes and Their Hybridization via Guanine Oxidation,” J. Electroanal. Chem., 2002, 537, 95‒102.
  131. S. Han, A. L. Briseno, X. Shi, D. Mah, and F. Zhou, “Polyelectrolyte-Coated Nanosphere Lithographic Patterning of Surfaces: Fabrication and Characterization of Electropolymerized Thin Polyaniline Honeycomb Films,” J. Phys. Chem. B, 2002, 106, 6465‒6472.
  132. X. Shi, S. Han, R. J. Sanedrin, C. Galvez, D. G. Ho, B. Hernandez, F. Zhou, and M. Selke, “Formation of Cobalt Oxide Nanotubes: Effect of Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonding Between Co(III) Complex Precursors Incorporated onto Colloidal Templates,” Nano Lett., 2002, 2, 289‒293.
  133. J. Wang, F. Song, and F. Zhou, “Imaging of Silver-Enhanced DNA Hybridization at DNA Microarrays with Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy,” Langmuir, 2002, 18, 6653‒6658.
  134. X. Shi, R. J. Sanedrin, and F. Zhou, “Structural Characterization of Multilayer DNA and Polylysine Composite Films: Influence of the Ionic Strength of DNA Solutions on the Extent of DNA Incorporation”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2002, 106, 1173‒1180.
  135. X. Shi, S. Han, R. J. Sanedrin, F. Zhou, and M. Selke, “Synthesis of Cobalt Oxide Nanotubes from Colloidal Particles Modified with a Co(III)-Cysteinato Precursor,” Chem. Mater., 2002, 14, 1897‒1902.
  136. S. Han, X. Shi, and F. Zhou, “Polyelectrolyte Hollow Sphere Lithographic Patterning of Surfaces: Construction of 2-Dimensional Well-Ordered Metal Arrays,” Nano Letters, 2002, 2, 97‒100.
  137. F. Song, F. Zhou, S. Wang, N. Tao, J. Lin, Y. Morquecho, and R. L. Vellanoweth, “Detection of Oligonucleotide Hybridization at Femomolar Level and Sequence-Specific Gene Analysis of the Arabidopsis Thaliana Leaf Extract with an Ultrasensitive Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectrometer,” Nucleic Acid Res. 2002, 30, 14, e72.
  138. A. J. Baca, Y. Garcia, A. L. Briseno, and F. Zhou, “Quantification of Metals Released by Metallothionein Adsorbates at Mercury Film Electrodes by Differential Pulse Voltammetry and Electrochemical ICP-Atomic Emission Spectrometry,” J. Electroanal. Chem., 2001, 513, 25‒35.
  139. A. L. Briseno, F. Song, A. J. Baca, and F. Zhou, “Study of Potential-Dependent Metallothionein Adsorptions Using a Low-Volume Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance Flow Cell,” J. Electroanal. Chem., 2001, 513, 16‒24.
  140. F. Song, A. L. Briseno, and F. Zhou, “Redox Reactions of and Transformation between Cysteine-Mercury Thiolate and Cystine in Metallothioneins Adsorbed at a Thin Mercury Film Electrode,” Langmuir, 2001, 17, 4081‒4089.
  141. S. Han, J. Lin, M. Satjapipat, Alfred Baca, and F. Zhou, “A Three-Dimensional Heterogeneous DNA Sensing Surface Formed by Attaching Oligonucleotide-Capped Gold Nanoparticles Onto a Gold-Coated Quartz Crystal,” Chem. Commun., 2001, 7, 609‒610.
  142. M. Satjapipat, R. Sanedrin, and F. Zhou, “Selective Desorption of Alkanethiols in Mixed Self-Assembled Monolayers for Subsequent Oligonucleotide Attachment and DNA Hybridization,” Langmuir, 2001, 17, 7637‒7644.
  143. A. L. Briseno, A. J. Baca, Q. Zhou, R. Lai, and F. Zhou, "Quantifications of Dopant Ions in Polypyrrole Films with Electrochemical ICP-Atomic Emission Spectrometry: Development and Comparison with Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance Studies," Anal. Chim. Acta, 2001, 441, 123‒134.
  144. E. Huang, M. Satjapipat, S. Han, and F. Zhou, “Surface Structure and Coverage of an Oligonucleotide Probe-Tethered Onto a Gold Substrate and Its Hybridization Efficiency for a Polynucleotide Target,” Langmuir, 2001, 17, 1215‒1224.
  145. S. Han, J. Lin, F. Zhou, and R. L. Vellanoweth, “Oligonucleotide-Capped Gold Nanoparticles for Improved Atomic Force Microscopic Imaging and Enhanced Selectivity in Polynucleotide Detection,” Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun, 2000, 279, 265‒269.
  146. A. J. Baca, J. Vincent, M. Luna, F. Zhou, S. La Dochy, and S. L. Nicholaisen, “Fine- Scale Analysis of Airborne Particles for Heavy Metals and Nitrogen- and Sulfur- Containing Species in East Los Angeles,” Air Pollution, 2000, 8, 273‒282.
  147. E. Huang, F. Zhou, and L. Deng, “Studies of Surface Coverage and Orientation of DNA Molecules Immobilized onto Preformed Self-Assembled Monolayers,” Langmuir, 2000, 16, 3272‒3280.
  148. R. Lai, E. Huang, F. Zhou, and D. O. Wipf, “Selective Determination of Methylmercury by Flow-Injection Fast-Scan Voltammetry,” Electroanalysis, 1998, 10, 926‒930.
  149. F. Zhou, J. T. Aronson, and M. W. Ruegnitz, “High-Throughput Fast-Scan Anodic Stripping Voltammetry in a Microflow System,” Anal. Chem., 1997, 69, 728‒733.
  150. G. J. Van Berkel, F. Zhou, and J. T. Aronson, “Changes in Bulk Solution pH Caused by the Controlled-Current Electrolytic Process Inherent to Operation of an Electrospray Ion Source,” Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion Processes, 1997, 162, 55‒67.
  151. F. Zhou, “Stripping Analysis Combined On-Line with Inductively Coupled Plasma- Atomic Emission Spectrometry and with Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry,” Electroanalysis, 1996, 8, 855‒861.
  152. G. J. Van Berkel, and F. Zhou, “Observation of Gas-Phase Molecular Dications Formed from Neutral Organics in Solution via the Controlled-Current Electrolytic Process Inherent to Electrospray,” J. Am. Soc. Mass. Spectrom., 1996, 7, 157‒162.
  153. G. J. Van Berkel, and F. Zhou, “Electrospray as a Controlled-Current Electrolytic Cell: Electrochemical Ionization of Neutral Analytes for Detection by Electrospray Mass Spectrometry,” Anal. Chem., 1995, 67, 3958‒3964.
  154. G. J. Van Berkel, and F. Zhou, “Characterization of an Electrospray Ion Source as a Controlled-Current Electrolytic Cell,” Anal. Chem., 1995, 67, 2916‒2923.
  155. F. Zhou, G. J. Van Berkel, S. J. Morton, D. C. Duckworth, W. K. Adeneiyi, and J. M. Keller, "Development of On-Line Electrochemical Sample Pretreatment Methods for the Analysis of Thallium and Uranium by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry," in Applications of Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry to Radionuclide Determinations, R. W. Morrow, and J. S. Crain Eds; American Society for Testing and Materials; West Conshohocken, 1995.
  156. F. Zhou and G. J. Van Berkel, “Electrochemistry Combined On-line with Electrospray Mass Spectrometry,” Anal. Chem., 1995, 67, 3643‒3649.
  157. G. J. Van Berkel, and F. Zhou, “Chemical Electron-Transfer Reactions in Electrospray- Mass Spectrometry: Effective Oxidation Potentials of Electron-Transfer Reagents in Methylene Chloride,” Anal. Chem., 1994, 66, 3408‒3415.
  158. F. Zhou, G. J. Van Berkel, and B. T. Donovan, “Electron Transfer Reactions of C60F48,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 5485‒5486.
  159. F. Zhou and A. J. Bard, “Detection of the Electrohydrodimerization Intermediate Acrylonitrile Radical Anion by Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 393‒394.
  160. F. Zhou, S.-L. Yau, C. Jehoulet, D. A. Laude, Z. Guan, and A. J. Bard, “Electrochemistry of C60 Films: Quartz Crystal Microbalance and Mass Spectrometric Studies,” J. Phys. Chem., 1992, 96, 4160‒4162.
  161. F. Zhou, C. Jehoulet, and A. J. Bard, “Reduction and Electrochemistry of C60 in Liquid Ammonia,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1992, 114, 11004‒11007.
  162. F. Zhou, P. R. Unwin, and A. J. Bard, “Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy. 16. Study of Second-Order Homogeneous Chemical Reactions via the Feedback and Generation/Collection Modes,” J. Phys. Chem., 1992, 96, 4917‒4924.
  163. A. J. Bard, P. R. Unwin, D. O. Wipf, and F. Zhou, “Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy,” in AIP Conference Proceedings No. 241, American Institute of Physics: New York, 1992, pp 235‒247.
  164. C. Jehoulet, Y. S. Obeng, Y.-T. Kim, F. Zhou, and A. J. Bard, “Electrochemistry and Langmuir Trough Studies of C60 and C70 Films,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1992, 114, 4237‒ 4247.
  165. A. J. Bard, F.-R. F. Fan, D. T. Pierce, P. R. Unwin, D. O. Wipf, and F. Zhou, “Chemical Imaging of Surfaces with the Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy,” Science, 1991, 254, 68‒74.
  166. S. Gozashti, L.-T. Zhang, X. M. Wu, F. Zhou, and M. J. Ondrechen, “A Hybrid Hubbard Model for Discrete and Periodic Backboned Complexes,” Chem. Phy. Lett., 1990, 165, 208‒212.
  167. M. J. Ondrechen, S. Gozashti, L.-T. Zhang, and F. Zhou, “Bridged Mixed-Valance Systems,” 1990, in Advances in Chemistry Series No. 226. M. K. Johnson Ed.

Book and Book Chapters:

  1. Jianxiu Wang, Yunfei Long, and Feimeng Zhou, “Quantum-Dot Nanocomposites,” in “Nanomaterials for Life Sciences” Vol. 8, Wiley-VCH, 2010.
  2. Jianxiu Wang, Andrew J. Wain, Xu Zhu, and Feimeng Zhou, “Improved Electrochemistry of Biomolecules Using Nanomaterials,” Chapter 4 in Biosensing Using Nanomaterials, Arben Merkoci ed., J. Wiley, 2009.
  3. J. Xiang, M. Xu, Y. Liu, J. Wang, H. Haick, F. Zhou, “Surface-Immobilized DNA Monolayers and Thin Films: Constructions, Characterizations, and Select Applications,” 2009, Pages 181- 224, a chapter invited for the book “Soft Nanomaterials”, American Scientific Publisher.
  4. M. Yang, J. Wang, F. Zhou, “Biomarker Detections Using Functional Noble Metal Nanoparticles,” in Functional Nanoparticles for Bioanalysis, Nanomedicine, and Bioelectronic Devices, M. Hapel and C. J. Zhong eds., American Chemical Society, 2012.