52. Kang J, Kim D, Wang J, Han Y, Zuidema JM, Hariri A, Park J-H, Jokerst JV, Sailor MJ. Enhanced performance of a molecular photoacoustic imaging agent by encapsulation in mesoporous silicon nanoparticles. Advanced Material 2018, 1800512 [Link]

51. Kim T, Zhang Q, Li J, Zhang L, Jokerst JV. A gold/silver hybrid nanoparticle for treatment and photoacoustic imaging of bacterial infection. ACS Nano In Press [Link]

50. Wang J, Jeevarathinam AS, Jhunjhunwala A, Ren H, Lemaster J, Luo Y, Fenning DP, Fullerton EE, Jokerst JV. A wearable colorimetric dosimeter to monitor sunlight exposure. Advanced Material Technologies 2018 In Press [Link] 

49. Pohling C, Campbell JL, Larson TA, Van de Sompel D, Levi J, Bachmann MH, Bohndiek SE, Jokerst JV, Gambhir SS. Smart-dust-nanorice for enhancement of endogenous Raman signal, contrast in photoacoustic imaging, and T2-shortening in magnetic resonance imaging. Small 2018, e1703683 [link

48. Lemaster JE, Chen F, Kim T, Hariri A, Jokerst JV. Development of a trimodal  contrast agent for acoustic and magnetic particle imaging of stem cells. ACS Applied Nano Materials 2018, 1 (3), 1321-1331. [Link]

47. Hariri A, Wang J, Kim Y, Jhunjhunwala A, Chao DL, Jokerst JV. In vivo photoacoustic imaging of chorioretinal oxygen gradients. Journal of Biomedical Optics 2018, 23 (3), 1-8. [Link]

46. Chen F, Hableel G, Zhao ER, Jokerst JV. Multifunctional nanomedicine with silica: Role of silica in nanoparticles for theranostic, imaging, and drug monitoring. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2018, 521, 261-279. [Link]

45. Hariri A, Lemaster J, Wang J, Jeevarathinam AS, Chao DL, Jokerst JV. The characterization of an economic and portable LED-based photoacoustic imaging system to facilitate molecular imaging. Photoacoustics 2018, 9, 10-20. [Link]


44. Wang J, Lin CY, Moore C, Jhunjhunwala A, Jokerst JV. Switchable photoacoustic intensity of methylene blue via sodium dodecyl sulfate micellization. Langmuir 2018, 34 (1), 359-365. [Link]

43. Miao Q, Xie C, Zhen X, Lyu Y, Duan H, Liu X, Jokerst, JV, Pu K. Molecular afterglow imaging with bright, biodegradable polymer nanoparticles. Nature Biotechnology 2017, 35 (11), 1102-1110. [Link]

42. Liu F, Vermesh O, Mani V, Ge TJ, Madsen SJ, Sabour A, Hsu EC, Gowrishankar G, Kanada M, Jokerst, JV, Sierra RG, Chang E, Lau K, Sridhar K, Bermudez A, Pitteri SJ, Stoyanova T, Sinclair R, Nair VS, Gambhir SS, Demirci U. The exosome total isolation chip. ACS Nano 2017, 11 (11), 10712-10723. [Link]

41. Lin CY, Chen F, Hariri A, Chen CJ, Wilder-Smith P, Takesh T, Jokerst JV. Photoacoustic imaging for noninvasive periodontal probing depth measurements. Journal of Dental Research 2018, 97 (1), 23-30.  [Link]

40. Kim T, Lemaster JE, Chen F, Li J, Jokerst JV. Photoacoustic imaging of human mesenchymal stem cells labeled with prussian blue-poly(l-lysine) nanocomplexes. ACS Nano 2017, 11 (9), 9022-9032. [Link]

39. Hartanto J, Jokerst JV. Nanoparticles for ultrasound-guided imaging of cell implantation. Design and applications of nanoparticles in biomedical imaging. Springer International Publishing 2017, 299-314. [Link]

38. Su S, Jokerst JV. Chapter 14. Silica/gold hybrid nanoparticles for imaging and therapy. Synthesis and biomedical applications, CRC Press, 2017, 255-392. [Link]

37. He S, Johnson NJJ, Nguyen Huu VA, Cory E, Huang Y, Sah RL, Jokerst JV, Almutairi A. Simultaneous enhancement of photoluminescence, MRI relaxivity, and CT contrast by tuning the interfacial layer of lanthanide heteroepitaxial nanoparticles. Nano Letters 2017, 17 (8), 4873-4880. [Link]

36. Jokerst JV, Cauwenberghs N, Kuznetsova T, Haddad F, Sweeney T, Hou J, Rosenberg-Hasson Y, Zhao E, Schutt R, Bolli R, Traverse JH, Pepine CJ, Henry TD, Schulman IH, Moye L, Taylor DA, Yang P. Circulating biomarkers to identify responders in cardiac cell therapy. Scientific Reports 2017, 7 (1), 4419. [Link]

35. Chen F, Zhao E, Kim T, Wang J, Hableel G, Reardon PJT, Ananthakrishna SJ, Wang T, Arconada-Alvarez SJ, Knowles JC, Jokerst JV. Organosilica nanoparticles with an intrinsic secondary amine: An efficient and reusable adsorbent for dyes. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2017, 9 (18), 15566-15576. [Link]

34. Arconada-Alvarez SJ, Lemaster JE, Wang J, Jokerst JV. The development and characterization of a novel yet simple 3D printed tool to facilitate phantom imaging of photoacoustic contrast agents. Photoacoustics 2017, 5, 17-24. [Link]

33. Chen F, Ma M, Wang J, Wang F, Chern SX, Zhao ER, Jhunjhunwala A, Darmadi S, Chen H, Jokerst JV. Exosome-like silica nanoparticles: a novel ultrasound contrast agent for stem cell imaging. Nanoscale 2017, 9 (1), 402-411. [Link]


32. Wang J, Chen F, Arconada-Alvarez SJ, Hartanto J, Yap LP, Park R, Wang F, Vorobyova I, Dagliyan G, Conti PS, Jokerst JV. A nanoscale tool for photoacoustic-based measurements of clotting time and therapeutic drug monitoring of heparin. Nano Letters 2016, 16 (10), 6265–6271. [Link]

31. Lemaster JE, Jokerst JV. What is new in nanoparticle-based photoacoustic imaging? WIREs. Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology 2017, 9 (1). [Link]

30. Wang J, Jokerst JV. Stem cell imaging: Tools to improve cell delivery and viability. Stem Cells International 2016, 9240652. [Link]

29. Thakor AS, Jokerst JV, Ghanouni P, Campbell JL, Mittra E, Gambhir SS. Clinically approved nanoparticle imaging agents. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 2016, 57 (12), 1833-1837. [Link]

28. Van de Sompel D, Sasportas LS, Jokerst JV, Gambhir SS. Comparison of deconvolution filters for photoacoustic tomography. PloS one 2016, 11 (3), e0152597. [Link]


27. Jokerst JV, Chen Z, Xu L, Nolley R, Chang E, Mitchell B, Brooks JD, Gambhir SS. A magnetic bead-based sensor for the quantification of multiple prostate cancer biomarkers. PloS one 2015, 10 (9), e0139484. [Link]

26. Bohndiek SE, Sasportas LS, Machtaler S, Jokerst JV, Hori S, Gambhir SS. Photoacoustic tomography detects early vessel regression and normalization during ovarian tumor response to the antiangiogenic therapy trebananib. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 2015, 56 (12), 1942-7.  [Link]

25. Ho IT, Sessler JL, Gambhir SS, Jokerst JV. Parts per billion detection of uranium with a porphyrinoid-containing nanoparticle and in vivo photoacoustic imaging. Analyst 2015, 140 (11), 3731-7. [Link]

24. Pu K, Mei J, Jokerst JV, Hong G, Antaris AL, Chattopadhyay N, Shuhendler AJ, Kurosawa T, Zhou Y, Gambhir SS, Bao Z, Rao J. Diketopyrrolopyrrole-based semiconducting polymer nanoparticles for in vivo photoacoustic imaging. Advanced Materials 2015, 27 (35), 5184-90.  [Link] 

23. Kempen PJ, Greasley S, Parker KA, Campbell JL, Chang HY, Jones JR, Sinclair R, Gambhir SS, Jokerst JV. Theranostic mesoporous silica nanoparticles biodegrade after pro-survival drug delivery and ultrasound/magnetic resonance imaging of stem cells. Theranostics 2015, 5 (6), 631-42. [Link]

22. Kempen PJ, Kircher MF, de la Zerda A, Zavaleta CL, Jokerst JV, Mellinghoff IK, Gambhir SS, Sinclair R. A correlative optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy approach to locating nanoparticles in brain tumors. Micron 2015, 68, 70-76. [Link] 

21. Foroutan F, Jokerst JV, Gambhir SS, Vermesh O, Kim HW, Knowles JC. Sol-gel synthesis and electrospraying of biodegradable (P2O5)55-(CaO)30-(Na2O)15 glass nanospheres as a transient contrast agent for ultrasound stem cell imaging. ACS Nano 2015, 9 (2), 1868-1877. [Link]

20. Jokerst JV, Gambhir SS. Development of appropriate imaging methods to trace cell fate, engraftment and cell survival, Transnational Regenerative Medicine – Book Chapter. 2014. [Link]


19. Pu K, Shuhendler AJ, Jokerst JV, Mei J, Gambhir SS, Bao Z, Rao J. Semiconducting polymer nanoparticles as photoacoustic molecular imaging probes in living mice. Nature Nanotechnology 2014, 9 (3), 233-9. [Link]

18. Jokerst JV. Sensed at the gut level. Nature Nanotechnology 2014 9 569-570.  [Link]

17. Jokerst JV, Van de Sompel D, Bohndiek SE, Gambhir SS. Cellulose nanoparticles are a biodegradable photoacoustic contrast agent for use in living mice. Photoacoustics 2014, 2 (3), 119-127 [Link]

16. Cheng K, Kothapalli SR, Liu H, Koh AL, Jokerst JV, Jiang H, Yang M, Li J, Levi J, Wu JC, Gambhir SS, Cheng Z. Construction and validation of nano gold tripods for molecular imaging of living subjects. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2014, 136 (9), 3560-71. [Link]


15. Jokerst JV, Khademi C, Gambhir SS. Intracellular aggregation of multimodal silica nanoparticles for ultrasound-guided stem cell implantation. Science Translational Medicine 2013, 5 (177), 177ra35. [Link]

14. Jokerst JV, Khademi C, Gambhir SS. Molecular imaging with surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy nanoparticle reporters. MRS Bulletin 2013, 38 (8).  [Link] 

13. Bohndiek SE, Wagadarikar A, Zavaleta CL, Van de Sompel D, Garai E, Jokerst JV, Yazdanfar S, Gambhir SS. A small animal Raman instrument for rapid, wide-area, spectroscopic imaging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2013, 110 (30), 12408-13. [Link]


12. Kircher MF, de la Zerda A, Jokerst JV, Zavaleta CL, Kempen PJ, Mittra E, Pitter K, Huang R, Campos C, Habte F, Sinclair R, Brennan CW, Mellinghoff IK, Holland EC, Gambhir SS. A brain tumor molecular imaging strategy using a new triple-modality MRI-photoacoustic-Raman nanoparticle. Nature Medicine 2012, 18 (5), 829-34. [Link]

11. Jokerst JV, Cole AJ, Van de Sompel D, Gambhir SS. Gold nanorods for ovarian cancer detection with photoacoustic imaging and resection guidance via Raman imaging in living mice. ACS Nano 2012, 6 (11), 10366-77. [Link]

10. Jokerst JV, Thangaraj M, Kempen PJ, Sinclair R, Gambhir SS. Photoacoustic imaging of mesenchymal stem cells in living mice via silica-coated gold nanorods. ACS Nano 2012, 6 (7), 5920-30.  [Link] 


9. Jokerst JV, Miao Z, Zavaleta C, Cheng Z, Gambhir SS. Affibody-functionalized gold-silica nanoparticles for Raman molecular imaging of the epidermal growth factor receptor. Small 2011, 7 (5), 625-33. [Link]

8. Jokerst JV, Lobovkina T, Zare RN, Gambhir SS. Nanoparticle PEGylation for imaging and therapy. Nanomedicine 2011, 6 (4), 715-28. [Link] 

7. Thakor AS, Jokerst JV, Zavaleta C, Massoud TF, Gambhir SS. Gold nanoparticles: A revival in precious metal administration to patients. Nano Letters 2011, 11 (10), 4029-36 [Link] 

6. Jokerst JV, Gambhir SS. Molecular imaging with theranostic nanoparticles. Accounts of Chemical Research 2011, 44 (10), 1050-60. [Link] 

5. Jokerst JV, Chou J, Camp JP, Wong J, Lennart A, Pollard AA, Floriano PN, Christodoulides N, Simmons GW, Zhou Y, Ali MF, McDevitt JT. Location of biomarkers and reagents within agarose beads of a programmable bio-nano-chip. Small 2011, 7 (5), 613-24. [Link]


4. Jokerst JV, McDevitt JT. Programmable nano-bio-chips: multifunctional clinical tools for use at the point-of-care. Nanomedicine 2010, 5 (1), 143-55. [Link] 

3. Jokerst JV, Jacobson JW, Bhagwandin BD, Floriano PN, Christodoulides N, McDevitt JT. Programmable nano-bio-chip sensors: analytical meets clinical. Analytical Chemistry 2010, 82 (5), 1571-9. [Link] 


2. Jokerst JV, Raamanathan A, Christodoulides N, Floriano PN, Pollard AA, Simmons GW, Wong J, Gage C, Furmaga WB, Redding SW, McDevitt JT. Nano-bio-chips for high performance multiplexed protein detection: determinations of cancer biomarkers in serum and saliva using quantum dot bioconjugate labels. Biosensors & Bioelectronics 2009, 24 (12), 3622-9. [Link] 


1.  Jokerst JV, Floriano PN, Christodoulides N, Simmons GW, McDevitt JT. Integration of semiconductor quantum dots into nano-bio-chip systems for enumeration of CD4+ T cell counts at the point-of-need. Lab on a Chip 2008, 8 (12), 2079-90. [Link]