Journal Articles


283.      Lujan, Phillip A., Srijana Dura, Ivette Guzman, Mary Grace, Mary Ann Lila, Robert Steiner and Soum Sanogo.  2021.  Efficacy of pecan husk and shell phenolic extracts against Phytophthora blight in chile pepper.  Plant Health Progress:  In Press.

282. Diaz, Joscelin, E. Allen Foegeding, Lee Stapleton, Colin Kay, Massimo Iorrizo, Mario G. Ferruzzi and Mary Ann Lila.  2022.  Foaming and sensory characteristics of protein-polyphenol particles in a food matrix.  Food Hydrocolloids 123:107148.

281. de Rus Jacquet, Aurélie, Abeje Ambaw, Mitali Arun Tambe, Sin Ying Ma, Michael Timmers, Mary H. Grace, Qing-Li Wu, James Simon, George P. McCabe, Mary Ann Lila, Riyi Shi and Jean-Christophe Rochet.  2021.  Neuroprotective mechanisms of red clover and soy isoflavones in Parkinson’s disease models.  Food & Function:  In Press.  DOI: 10.1039/d1fo00007a

280. Kay, Kristine L., Renee C. Strauch, Cheryl D. Granillo, Megan W. Bame, Jia Xiong, Aubrey C. Mast, Britt Burton-Freeman, Colin D. Kay, Mary Ann Lila. 2021.  The Berry Health Tool Chest – an evidence map and interactive resourceNutrition Reviews:  In Press.  Apr 9:nuab011  doi: 10.1093/nutrit/nuab011.  PMID: 33837434.

279. Hayes, Micaela, Sydney Corbin, Candace Nunn, Marti Pottorff, Colin Kay, Mary Ann Lila, Massimo Iorizzo and Mario G. Ferruzzi.  2021.  Influence of simulated food and oral processing on carotenoid and chlorophyll in vitro bioaccessibility among six spinach genotypes.   Food & Function 12:7001-7016.  doi: 10.1039/d1fo00600b.

278. Mengist, Molla, Hamed Bostan, Elisheba Young, Kristine Kay, Nicholas Gillitt, James Ballington, Colin Kay, Mario Ferruzzi, Hamid Ashrafi, and Mary Ann Lila.  2021.  High density linkage map construction and identification of loci regulating fruit quality traits in blueberry.  Horticulture Research 8:169.

277. Strauch, Renee and Mary Ann Lila.  2021.  Pea protein isolate characteristics modulate functional properties of pea protein-cranberry polyphenol particles.  Food Science & Nutrition 9:3740-3751.  doi: 10.1002/fsn3.2335

276.  Damsud, Thanakorn, Thitiworrada Tedphum, Chadaporn Sukkrong and Mary Ann Lila2021. Anti-diabetic potential of cashew nut (Anacardium occidentale) shoots and leaves extracts under simulated in vitro digestion.  Science & Technology Asia 26 (2):138-144.  P-ISSN 2586-9000.   E-ISSN 2586-9027

275. Hoskin, Roberta, Erika Pambianchi, Alessandra Pecorelli, Mary Grace, Jean-Philippe Therrien, Giuseppe Valacchi and Mary Ann Lila. 2021.  Novel spray dried algae-rosemary particles attenuate pollution-induced skin damage.  Molecules 26: 3781.

274. Grace, Mary H., Roberta Hoskin, Jia Xiong and Mary Ann Lila.  2021.  Whey and soy proteins as wall materials for spray drying rosemary: effects on polyphenol composition, antioxidant activity, bioaccessibility after in vitro gastrointestinal digestion and stability during storage   LWT Food Science & Technology  149:  111901. 

273.  Sato, Amy Y., Gretel G. Pellegrini, Meloney Cregor, Kevin McAndrews, Roy B. Choi, Maria Maiz, Olivia Johnson, Linda D. McCabe, George P. McCabe, Mario G. Ferruzzi, Mary A. Lila, Munro Peacock, David B. Burr, Cindy H. Nakatsu, Connie M. Weaver, Teresita Bellido.  2021.  Skeletal protection and promotion of microbiome diversity by dietary boosting of the endogenous antioxidant response. Journal of Bone & Mineral Research 36 (4):768-778.  doi: 10.1002/jbmr.4231

272. Woodby, Brittany, Erika Pambianchi, Francesca Ferrara, Jean Philippe Therrien, Alessandra Pecorelli, Nicola Messano, Mary Ann Lila, Giuseppe Valacchi.  2021.  Cutaneous Antimicrobial Peptides: new “actors” in pollution related inflammatory conditions.  Redox Biology 41:101952

271.  McClements, David Julian, Rodolphe Barrangou, Colin Hill, Josef L. Kokini, Mary Ann Lila, Anne S. Meyer and Liangli Yu.  2021.  Building a resilient, sustainable, and healthier food supply through innovation and technology. Annual Reviews Food Science & Technology 12:6.1-6.28.

270. Lawrence, Marcus M., Kevin A. Zwetsloot, Susan T. Arthur, Chase A. Sherman, Joshua R. Huot, Vladimir Badmaev, Mary Grace, Mary Ann Lila, David C. Nieman, and R. Andrew Shanely.  2021.  Phytoecdysteroids do not have anabolic effects in skeletal muscle in sedentary aging mice.  International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18. 370. 10.3390/ijerph-1048817

269. Hughes, Nicole, Michaela K. Connors, Mary H. Grace, Mary Ann Lila, Brooke N. Willans, Andrew J. Wommack. 2021.  The same anthocyanins served four different ways: Insights into anthocyanin structure-function relationships from the wintergreen orchid,Tipularia discolor.  Plant Science 303:110793.

268. Diaz, Joscelin, E. Allen Foegeding and Mary Ann Lila.  2021. Whey protein-polyphenol aggregate particles mitigate bar hardening reactions in high protein bars.  LWT Food Science & Technology 138: 110747.


267.  Aldayel, Tahany., Mary H. Grace, Mary Ann Lila, Mohammed A. Yahya, Ulfat Omer, Ghedeur Alshammary.  2020. Hypoglycaemic, insulin releasing, and hepatoprotective effect of the aqueous extract of Aloe perryi Baker resin (Socotran Aloe) in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Journal of Taibah University for Science (TUSC) 14:1671-1685.  Taylor & Francis.   10.1080/16583655.2020.1855859

266. Mengist, Molla F., Haley Burtch, Hawi Debelo, Marti Pottorff, Candice Nunn, Sydney Corbin, Colin D. Kay, Nahla Bassil, Kim Hummer, Mary Ann Lila, Mario G. Ferruzzi, Massimo Iorizzo.  2020.  Phenotyping diversity of phenolic bioaccessibility in blueberry germplasm to develop a framework for genetic studies to improve efficiency of bioactive delivery. Scientific Reports 10 :17311.

265.   Matta, Fernanda, Jia Xiong, Mary Ann Lila, Neil I. Ward, Mónica Felipe-Sotelo, Debora Esposito.  2020. Chemical composition and bioactive properties of commercial and non-commercial purple and white açaí berries.  Foods 9: 1481. doi:10.3390/foods9101481

264.  Pambianchi, Erika, Francesca Ferrara, Alessandra Pecorelli, Brittany Woodby, Mary Grace, Jean-Philippe Therrien, Mary Ann Lila, Giuseppe Valacchi.  2020.  Blueberry extracts as a novel approach to prevent ozone-induced cutaneous inflammasome activation. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity 2020: 9571490

263. Nieman, David C., Nicholas D. Gillitt, Guan-Yuan Chen, Qibin Zhang, Wei Sha, Colin D. Kay, Preeti Chandra, Kristin L. Kay and Mary Ann Lila. 2020. Blueberry and/or banana consumption mitigate cytochrome P450 oxylipin generation during recovery from 75-Km cycling: A randomized trial.  Frontiers in Nutrition (Sport and Exercise Nutrition Section) 7:121.    doi: 10.3389/fnut.2020.00121

262. Diaz, Joscelin T., E. Allen Foegeding and Mary Ann Lila.  2020. Formulation of protein-polyphenol particles for applications in food systems. Food & Function 11:5091-5104.  DOI: 10.1039/D0FO00186D

261. Xiong, Jia, Fernanda Matta, Mary H. Grace, Mary Ann Lila, Neil Ward, Debora Esposito.  2020.  Phenolic content, anti-inflammatory, and dermal wound repair properties of industrially processed and non-processed acai from the Brazilian Amazon.  Food & Function 11: 4903-4914.

260. Xiong, Jia, Yu Hsuan Chan, Thirumurugan Rathinasabapathy, Mary H. Grace, Slavko Komarnytsky and Mary Ann Lila .  2020.  Enhanced stability of berry pomace polyphenols delivered in protein-polyphenol aggregate particles to an in vitro gastrointestinal digestion model.  Food Chemistry 331:127279  10.1016/j.foodchem.2020.127279

259. Aldayel, T., M. Grace, M.A. Lila, M. Yahya, U. Omer, G. Alshammary.  2020. LC-MS characterization of bioactive metabolites from two Yemeni aloe spp. with antioxidant and antidiabetic properties.  Arabian Journal of Chemistry 13:5040-5049.

258. Ferrara, Francesca, Erika Pambianchi, Alessandra Pecorelli, Brittany Woodby, Nicolo Messano, Jean-Philippe Therrien, Mary Ann Lila and Giuseppe Valacchi.  2020.  Redox regulation of cutaneous inflammasome by ozone exposure.  Free Radical Biology & Medicine 52:561-570.

257. Luckring, E.J., P.D. Parker, H. Hani, M.H. Grace, M.A. Lila, J. Pierce and C.A. Adin.  2020.  In vitro evaluation of a novel synthetic bilirubin analog as an antioxidant and cytoprotective agent for pancreatic islet transplantation.  Cell Transplantation 29: 963689720906417. DOI: 10.1177/0963689720906417

256. Mengist, Molla F., Mary H. Grace, Jia Xiong, Colin D. Kay, Nahla Bassil, Kim Hummer, Mario Ferruzzi, Mary Ann Lila and Massimo Iorizzo.  2020.  Diversity in metabolites and fruit quality traits in blueberry enables ploidy and species differentiation and establishes a strategy for bioactive genetic studies.  Frontiers in Plant Science – Plant Breeding 11: 370.

255. Hayes, Micaela, Marti Pottorff, Colin Kay, Allen Van Deynze, Juliana Osorio-Marin, Mary Ann Lila, Massimo Iorrizo and Mario G. Ferruzzi.  2020.  In vitro bioaccessibility of carotenoids and chlorophylls in a diverse collection of spinach accessions and commercial cultivars.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 68:3495-3505.  DOI: 10.1021/acs.jafc.0c00158

254. De Mejia, Elvira, Qiaozhi Zhang, Kayla Penta, Abdulkerim Eroglu, and Mary Ann Lila.  2020.  The colors of health:  Chemistry, bioactivity and market demand for colorful foods and natural food sources of colorants.  Annual Reviews Food Science & Technology 11: 10.1-10.38.  10.1146/annurev-food-032519-051729

253.  Woodby, Brittany, Kayla Penta, Alessandra Pecorelli, Mary Ann Lila and Giuseppe Valacchi.  2020.  Skin health from the inside out.  Annual Reviews Food Science & Technology 11:5.1-5.20.

252.  Plundrich, Nathalie J., Andrew R. Smith, Luke Borst, Douglas B. Snider, Tobias Käser, Evan S. Dellon, Anthony Blikslager, Jack Odle, Mary Ann Lila and Scott M. Laster.  2020.  Oesophageal eosinophilia accompanies food allergy to hen egg white protein in young pigs.  Clinical and Experimental Allergy 50::95-104.  DOI: 10.1111/cea.13527


251.  Hughes, Nicole, Giana M. Gigantino, Mary H. Grace, Kevin M. Hoffman, Mary Ann Lila, Brooke N. Willans and Andrew Wommack.  2019.  Photosynthetic profiles of green purple and spotted-leaf morphotypes of Tipularia discolor (Orchidaceae).  Southeastern Naturalist 18(4): 641-658.

250.  Hoskin, Roberta, Jia Xiong and Mary Ann Lila.  2019.  Comparison of berry juice concentrates and pomaces and alternative plant proteins to produce spray dried protein-polyphenol food ingredients.  Food & Function 10: 6286-6299.  DOI: 10.1039/c9fo01587f

249.  Esposito, Debora, John Overall, Mary H. Grace, Slavko Komarnytsky and Mary Ann Lila.  2019.  Alaskan berry extracts promote dermal wound repair through modulation of bioenergetics and integrin signaling.  Frontiers in Pharmacology 10:1058.    doi: 10.3389/fphar.2019.01058

248.  Strauch, Renee, Molla F Mengist, Kevin Pan, Gad G. Yousef, Massimo Iorizzo, Allan F. Brown, Mary Ann Lila.  2019.  Variation in anthocyanin profiles of 27 genotypes of red cabbage over two growing seasons.  Food Chemistry 301:125289.  10.1016/j.foodchem.2019.125289

247. Van de Velde, Franco, Debora Esposito, Mary H. Grace, Maria E. Pirovani and Mary Ann Lila. 2019. Changes in the bioactive properties of strawberries caused by the storage in oxygen and carbon dioxide-enriched atmospheres.  Food Science & Nutrition 7:2527-2536.

246. Bansode, Rishipal, Priscilla D. Randolph, Nathalie Plundrich, Mary Ann Lila and Leonard Williams. 2019. Peanut protein-polyphenol aggregate complexation suppresses allergic sensitization to peanut by reducing peanut-specific IgE in C3H/HeJ mice.  Food Chemistry 299: 125025.

245.  Plundrich, Nathalie, Bethany Cook, Sheila Maleki, Denis Fourches and Mary Ann Lila.  2019. Binding of peanut allergen Ara h 2 with Vaccinium fruit polyphenols.  Food Chemistry  284:287-295.

244.  Hoskin, Roberta Targino, Jia Xiong, Debora Araújo Esposito, Mary H. Grace and Mary Ann Lila. 2019  Blueberry polyphenol-protein food ingredients: the impact of spray drying on the in vitro antioxidant activity, anti-inflammatory markers, glucose metabolism and fibroblast migration.  Food Chemistry 280:187-194.

243. Van de Velde, Franco, Debora Esposito, Mary H. Grace, Maria E. Pirovani and Mary Ann Lila. 2019.  Anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties of polyphenolic extracts from strawberry and blackkberry fruits.   Food Research International 121:453-462

242.  Van de Velde, Franco, Maria Paula Mendez-Galarraga, Mary H. Grace, Cecilia Fenoglio, Mary Ann Lila and Maria Elida Pirovani. 2019.  Changes due to high oxygen and high carbon dioxide atmospheres on the general quality and the polyphenolic profile of strawberries.  Postharvest Biology & Technology 148:49-57. 

241. Grace, Mary H., Jia Xiong, Debora Esposito, Mark Ehlenfeldt and Mary Ann Lila.  2019.  Simultaneous LC_MS quantification of anthocyanins and non-anthocyanin phenolics from blueberries with widely divergent profiles and bioactivities.  Food Chemistry 227: 336-346.

240.  Nieman, David C., Mary Ann Lila and Nicholas D. Gillitt.  2019.  Immunometabolism:  A multi-omics approach to interpreting the influence of exercise and diet on the immune system.  Annual Reviews Food Science & Technology 10:6.1-6.23 .


239. Nieman, David, Colin Kay, Artul Rathore, Mary H. Grace, Renee Strauch, Ella Stephan, Camila Sakaguchi and Mary Ann Lila.  2018.  Increased plasma levels of gut-derived phenolics linked to walking and running following 2-weeks flavonoid supplementation.  Nutrients 10:1718.   doi:10.3390/nu10111718

238. Lila, Mary Ann.  2018.  If food is our medicine, then why aren’t we all healthy?  Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 24 Suppl  1:28-29.

237.  Muresan, X.M., C. Sticozzi, G. Belmonte, F. Ferrara, M. A. Lila and G. Valacchi.  2018. SR-B1 involvement in keratinocytes in vitro wound closure.  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 658:1-6.

236.  Sticozzi, Claudia, Arianna Romani, Giuseppe Belmonte, Alessandra Pecorelli, Franco Cervellati, Emanuela Maioli, Mary Ann Lila, Carlo Cervellati and Giuseppe Valacchi.  2018.  Tropospheric ozone affects SRB1 levels via oxidative post-translational modifications in lung cells.  Free Radical Biology and Medicine 126: 287-295.

235.   Bansode, R., Nathalie Plundrich, Priscilla Randolph, Mary Ann Lila and Leonard Williams.  2018.  Peanut flour aggregation with polyphenolic extracts derived from peanut skin inhibits IgE binding capacity and attenuates RBL-2H3 cell degranulation via MAPK signaling pathway. Food Chemistry 263:307-314

234.  El-Hawaz, Rabia, Mary Grace, Alan Janbey, Mary Ann Lila and Jeffrey Adelberg.  2018.  In vitro mineral nutrition of Curcuma longa L. affects production of volatile compounds in rhizomes after transfer to the greenhouse.  BMC Plant Biology 8:122-134. doi:10.1186/s12870-018-1345-y

233.  Skates, Emily, John Overall, Katelyn Dezego, Mickey Wilson, Debora Esposito, Mary Ann Lila and Slavko Komarnytsky.  2018.  Berries containing anthocyanins with enhanced methylation profiles are more effective at ameliorating high fat diet-induced metabolic damage.  Food & Chemical Toxicology 111:445-453.    PMID: 29196236.


232.  McGill, Colin, Timothy Brown, Yuan-Yin Cheng, Lindsey Fisher, Sriram Shanmugavelandy, Sally Gustafson, Kriya Dunlap, Mary Ann Lila, Mark Kester, Paul Toran, David Claxton and Brian Barth.   2017.  Therapeutic effect of blueberry extracts for acute myeloid leukemia.  International Journal of Biopharmaceutical Sciences (Open Access) 1:102.

231.   Lila, Mary Ann, Margaret Schneider, Amy Devlin, Nathalie Plundrich, Scott Laster and Allen Foegeding.  2017. Polyphenol-enriched berry extracts naturally modulate reactive proteins in model foods.  Food & Function 8: 4760-4767. PMID: 29192707.  DOI: 10.1039/C7FO00883J

230.      Nieman, David, Sivapriya Ramamoorthy, Colin Kay, Courtney Goodman, Christopher Capps, Zach Shue, Nicole Heyl, Mary H. Grace and Mary Ann Lila.  2017.  Influence of ingesting a flavonoid-rich supplement on the metabolome and concentration of urine phenolics in overweight/obese women.  Journal of Proteome Research 16:2924-2935. PMID: 28631923. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jproteome.7b00196

229.     Foegeding, E.A., Nathalie Plundrich, Margaret Schneider, Caroline Campbell and Mary Ann Lila.  2017.  Protein-polyphenol particles for delivering structural and health functionality.  Food Hydrocolloids 72:163-173.

228.  Correia, Roberta, Mary H. Grace, Debora Esposito and Mary Ann Lila.  2017.  Wild blueberry polyphenol-protein food ingredients produced by three drying methods: comparative physico-chemical properties, phytochemical content, and stability during storage.  Food Chemistry 235:76-85. PMID: 28554650.  doi 10.1016/j.foodchem.2017.05.042

227.  Plundrich, N., Rishipal Bansode, Leonard Williams and Mary Ann Lila.  2017. Protein-bound Vaccinium fruit polyphenols decrease IgE binding to peanut allergens and RBL-2H3 mast cell degranulation in vitro.  Food & Function 8:1611-1621. PMID: 28294257.  DOI: 10.1039/C7FO00249A

226.  Plundrich, N., M.A. Lila, E. A. Foegeding and Scott Laster.  2017.  Protein-bound polyphenols create ‘ghost’ band artifacts during chemiluminescence-based antigen detection.  F1000Research 6:254. PMID: 28721200. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.10622.1

225. de Rus Jacquet, Aurelie, Michael Timmers, Sin Ying Ma, Andrew Thieme, Jay Hansford, C. Vest, Mary Ann Lila, Jean-Christophe Rochet.  2017.  Lumbee traditional medicine:  Neuroprotective activities of medicinal plants used to treat Parkinson’s Disease-related symptoms.  Journal of Ethnopharmacology 206: 408–425. PMID: 28214539.

224.  Xiong, Jia, M.H. Grace, Debora Esposito,  Slavko Komarnytsky, Fei Wang and Mary Ann Lila. 2017.  Polyphenols from Acacia mearnsii bark with anti-inflammatory and carbolytic enzyme inhibitory activities.  Chinese Journal of Natural Medicines 15:0816-0824.  PMID: 29329608.

223.  Dan, Yinghui,  Gad Yousef, Faith Campbell, Drake Phelps, Callie Burnett, Anni Kekkonen, Alexa Shockley and Mary Ann Lila.  2017.  Development and genetic and metabolic characterization of new tomato mutants with enhanced and deficient carotenoid content.  Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology. 2017:1-9.

222. Grace, M.H., Yin Qiang, Shengmin Sang and Mary Ann Lila.  2017.  One-step isolation of carnosic acid and carnosol from rosemary by centrifugal partition chromatography.  Journal of Separation Science 40:1057-1062. PMID:28008719. doi: 10.1002/jssc.201601063  .

221.  Timmers, Michael, Mary H. Grace, Gad G. Yousef and Mary Ann Lila.  2017.  Inter- and intra-seasonal changes in anthocyanin accumulation and global metabolite profiling of six blueberry genotypes.  Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 59:105-110.

220. Jiang, Ping, Jia Xiong, Fei Wang, Mary Grace, Mary Ann Lila and Rui Xu.  2017. ∝-amylase and ∝- glucosidase inhibitory activities of phenolic extracts from Eucalyptus grandis x E. urophylla bark.  Journal of Chemistry 2017: 7  doi:10.1155/2017/8516964

219.  Overall, John, Sierra Bonney, Mickey Wilson, Arnold Beermann III, Mary H. Grace, Debora Esposito, Mary Ann Lila and Slavko Komarnytsky. 2017.  Metabolic effects of berries with structurally diverse anthocyanins. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 18:422.  PMID: 28212306.   doi:10.3390/ijms18020422


218.  Yousef, Gad G., Allan F. Brown, Ivette Guzman, James R. Ballington and Mary Ann Lila.  2016.  Variations in chlorogenic acid levels in an expanded gene pool of blueberries. AIMS Agriculture and Food  1(3): 357-368  DOI: 10.3934/agrfood.2016.3.357

217.  Grace, Mary H., Debora Esposito, Michael A. Timmers, Jia Xiong, Gad Yousef, Slavko Komarnytsky, Mary Ann Lila.  2016.  In vitro lipolytic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of roasted pistachio kernel and skin consitituents.  Food & Function 7: 4285-4298. PMID:27604963.    doi: 10.1039/C6FO00867D

216.  Blumberg, Jeffrey B., Arpita Basu, Christian G. Krueger, Mary Ann Lila, Catherine C. Neto, Janet A. Novotny, Jess D. Reed, Ana Rodriguez-Mateos, and Cheryl D. Toner.  2016.  The impact of cranberries on gut microbiota and cardiometabolic health: Proceedings of the Cranberry Health Research Conference 2015.  Advances in Nutrition 7:7595-7705.  PMID:27422512.   doi:10.3945/an.116.012583

215.  Aloqbi, Akram, Ulfat Omar, Marwa Yousr, Mary Grace, Mary Ann Lila and Nazlin Howell.  2016.  Antioxidant activity of pomegranate juice and punicalagin.  Natural Science 8:235-246.

214. Grace, Mary H., Debora Esposito, Michael A. Timmers, Jia Xiong, Gad G. Yousef, Slavko Kormarnytsky, Mary Ann Lila.  2016. Chemical composition, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of pistachio hull extracts.  Food Chemistry 210:85-95. PMID:27211624.   doi:10.1016/j.foodchem.2016.04.088

213. Xiong, Jia, Mary H. Grace, Debora Esposito, Fei Wang, and Mary Ann Lila. 2016. Phytochemical characterization and anti-inflammatory properties of Acacia mearnsii leaves. Natural Product Communications 11(5):649-653.  PMID:27319141

212. Van de Velde, Franco, Mary H. Grace, Maria E. Pirovani, and Mary Ann Lila. 2016. Impact of a new postharvest disinfection method based on peracetic acid fogging on the phenolic profile of strawberries. Postharvest Biology and Technology 117: 197-205. doi:10.1016/j.postharvbio.2016.03.005

211. Collins, B. J. Hoffman, K.Martinez, M. Grace, M.A. Lila, C. Cockrell, A.Nadimpalli, E. Chang, C-C. Chuang, W. Zhong, J. Mackert; W. Shen,P. Cooney, R. Hopkins, M. McIntosh. 2016. A polyphenol-rich fraction obtained from table grapes decreases adiposity, insulin resistance, and markers of inflammation and impacts gut microbiota in high-fat fed mice. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 31:150-165. PMID: 27133434, PMCID: PMC4933298.  doi:10.1016/j/jnutbio.2015.12.021

210. Schneider, Margaret, Debora Esposito, Mary Ann Lila and E. Allen Foegeding. 2016. Formation of whey protein-polyphenol meso-structures as a natural means of creating functional particles. Food & Function 7:1306-1318.  PMID:26857696.  doi: 10.1039/C5FO01499a.

209. Kellogg, J., D. Barry Croom, Nathalie J. Plundrich, Brittany Graf, Rebecca F. Taylor, Ilya Raskin, Mary Ann Lila. 2016. Engaging American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students with participatory bioexploration assays. NACTA Journal 60: 42-50.

208. Lila, Mary Ann, Britt Burton-Freeman, Mary H. Grace and Willy Kalt. 2016. Unraveling anthocyanins bioavailability. Annual Reviews Food Science & Technology 7:17.1–17.19.  PMID:26772410.  doi:10.1146/annurev-food-041715-033346

207. Van de Velde, Franco, Mary H. Grace, Debora Esposito, Maria Elida Piovani, and Mary Ann Lila. 2016. Quantitative comparison of phytochemical profile, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties of blackberry fruits adapted to Argentina. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 47:82-91.  doi:10.1016/j.jfca.2016.01.008


206. Timmers, M., Jorge L. Guerrero-Medina, Debora Esposito, Mary H. Grace, Octavio Paredes-Lopez, Pedro A. García-Saucedo, and Mary Ann Lila. 2015. Characterization of phenolic compounds and antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities from mamuyo (Styrax ramirezii Greenm.) fruit. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 63: 10459-10465. PMID:26575200.   doi: 10.1021/acs.jafc.5b04781.

205. Turmagambetova, Aizhan S., Nadezhda Sergeevna Sokolova, Andrey Pavlinovich Bogoyavlenskiy, Vladimir Eleazarovich Berezin, Mary Ann Lila, Diana M. Cheng and Vyacheslav Dushenkov. 2015. New functionally-enhanced soy proteins as food ingredients with anti-viral activity. Virus Disease 26:123–132.  PMID:26396978.   doi:10.1007/s13337-015-0268-6

204. Grace, M.H., An Truong, Van-Den Truong, Ilya Raskin and Mary Ann Lila. 2015. Novel value-added uses for sweet potato juice and flour in polyphenol- and protein-enriched functional food ingredients. Food Science & Nutrition (3) 5:415-424. PMID:26405527.  doi:10.1002/fsn3.234

203. Esposito, Deborah, Thanakorn Damsud, Mickey Wilson, Mary H. Grace, Renee Strauch, Xu Li, Mary Ann Lila, and Slavko Komarnytsky. 2015. Blackcurrant anthocyanins attenuate weight gain and improve glucose metabolism in diet-induced obese mice with intact, but not disrupted, gut microbiome. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 63: 6172-6180.  PMID:26066489.  doi:10.1021/acs.jafc.5b00963

202. Plundrich, Nathalie, Brittany White, Lisa L. Dean, Jack P. Davis, E. Allen Foegeding, and Mary Ann Lila. 2015. Stability and immunogenicity of hypoallergenic peanut protein-polyphenol complexes during in vitro digestion. Food & Function 6: 2145-2154. PMID:26007692.  doi:10.1039/C5FO00162E

201. McOliver, C., A.K. Camper, J.T. Doyle, M.J. Eggers, T.E. Ford, M.A. Lila, J. Berner, L. Campbell and J. Donatuto. 2015. Community-based research as a mechanism to reduce environmental health disparities in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Special issue / Eliminating Health Disparities to Achieve Health Equity. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health; 12:4076-4100. PMID:25872019, PMCID: PMC4410234.   doi: 10.3390/ijerph120404076.

200. Kellogg, J., D. Esposito, M.H. Grace, S. Komarnytsky and M.A. Lila. 2015. Alaskan seaweeds lower inflammation in RAW 264.7 macrophages and decrease lipid accumulation in 3T3-L1 adipocytes. Journal of Functional Foods15:396-407.

199. Guzman, I., M.H. Grace, G.G. Yousef, I. Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2015. Novel strategies for capturing health-protective mango phytochemicals in shelf stable food matrices.  International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 66(2):175-85.  PMID:25519247.   http://doi:10.3109/09637486.2014.979315

198. Graf, B., D.M. Cheng, D. Esposito, T. Shertel, A. Poulev, N. Plundrich, D. Itenberg, N. Dayan, M.A. Lila and I. Raskin. 2015. Compounds leached from quinoa seeds inhibit matrix metaloproteinase activity and intracellular reactive oxygen species. Int. J. Cosmetic Sci. 37(2):212-21.  http://doi:10.1111/ics.12185  

197. Gupta, V., A.D. Estrada, I. Blakley, R. Reid, K. Patel, M. Meyer, S.U. Anderson, A. Brown, M.A. Lila and A.E. Loraine. 2015. RNA-Seq analysis and annotation of a draft blueberry genome assembly identifies candidate genes involved in fruit ripening, biosynthesis of bioactive compounds, and stage-specific alternative splicing.  GigaScience 13:4(5).  PMID:25830017, PMCID: PMC4379747.   doi: 10.1186/s13742-015-0046-9.


196. Joseph, Gili, Mina Faran, Ilya Raskin, Mary Ann Lila and Bertold Fridlender.  2014. Medicinal plants of Israel:  A model approach to enable an efficient, extensive and comprehensive field survey.  International Journal of Biodiversity Bioprospecting and Development  1:3.

195. Ahmed, Maryam, Dru Hensen, Matthew Sanderson, David Nieman, Nicholas Gillitt, and  Mary Ann Lila.  2014.  The protective effects of a polyphenol-enriched protein powder on exercise-induced susceptibility to virus infection.  Phytotherapy Research 28:1829-1836.  PMID: 25088029.  doi:10.1002/ptr.5208.

194. Grace, M.H.,  G. G. Yousef, D. Esposito, I. Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2014. Bioactive capacity, sensory properties, and nutritional analysis of a shelf stable protein-rich functional ingredient with concentrated fruit and vegetable phytoactives.  Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 69:372-378.  PMID:25359555.  doi:10.1007/s11130-014-0444-7.

193. Yousef, G.G., M.H. Grace, Jorge L. Guerrero Medina . Scott Neff . Ivette Guzman . Allan F. Brown, I. Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2014. Concentrating immunoprotective phytoactive compounds from fruits and vegetables into shelf-stable protein-rich ingredients.  Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 69:317-324.  PMID:25351938.    doi:10.1007/s11130-014-0445-6.

192. Le V, Esposito D, Grace M, Ha D, Pham A, Bortolazzo A, Bevens Z., Kim J, Okuda R, Komarnytsky S, Lila MA, White B.  2014.  Cytotoxic effects of ellagitannins isolated from walnuts in human cancer cells.  Nutrition and Cancer 66:1304-1314.  PMID:25264855.  doi:10.1080/01635581.2014.956246

191. Kellogg, Joshua, Mary H. Grace, Mary Ann Lila. 2014.Phlorotannins from Alaskan seaweed inhibit carbolytic enzyme activity.  Marine Drugs 12:5277-5294.  PMID:25341030, PMCID: PMC4210899.

190. Lila, Mary Ann. 2014. Capitalizing on the health benefits of berryfruit:  Science versus the marketplace.  Proc. Second International Symposium on Biotechnology of Fruit Species.  (ed. SE Gardiner).  Acta Horticulturae 1048:123-128.  doi:10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1048.14

189. Arthur, ST, KA Zwetsloot, MM Lawrence, DC Nieman, MA Lila, MH Grace, R Howden, ID Cooley, JF Tkach, MD Keith, JL Demick, SE Blanton, RS Greiner, AM Bradley, ME Davenport, V Badmaev and RA Shanely.  2014.  Ajuga turkestanica increases Notch and Wnt signaling in aged skeletal muscle.  European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences 18: 2584-2592.  PMID: 25268108

188. Fredes, Carolina, Gad G. Yousef, Paz Robert, Mary H. Grace, Mary Ann Lila, Miguel Gómez, Marlene Gebauer, and Gloria Montenegro.  2014.  Anthocyanin profiling of wild maqui berries (Aristotelia chilensis [Mol.] Stuntz) from different geographical regions in Chile.  Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 94:2639-2648. PMID: 24497378. doi: 10.1002/jsfa.6602

187. Reid, Robert, Cory R. Brouwer, Eric Jackson and Mary Ann Lila.  2014.  A need for a transdisciplinary environment: The Plant Pathways Elucidation Project – P2EP.  Trends in Plant Science 19:485-487. PMID: 25087061. doi:10.1016/j.tplants.2014.06.010

186. Esposito, Debora, Amelia Chen, Mary H. Grace, Slavko Komarnytsky and Mary Ann Lila2014.  Inhibitory effects of wild blueberry anthocyanins and other flavonoids on biomarkers of acute and chronic inflammation in vitro.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62:7022-7028. PMID: 24397282.

185. Plundrich, Nathalie, Mike Kulis, Brittany L. White, Mary H. Grace, Rishu Guo, A. Wesley Burks, Jack P. Davis and Mary Ann Lila.  2014.  Novel strategy to create hypoallergenic peanut protein-polyphenol edible matrices for oral immunotherapy.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62:7010-7021. PMID: 24758688.

184. Waterman, C., D.M. Cheng, P.Rojas-Silva, A. Poulev, J. Dreifus, M.A. Lila and Ilya Raskin. 2014. Stable, Water extractable isothiocyanates from Moringa Oleifera leaves attenuate inflammabtion in vitro. Phytochemistry 103: 114-122.  PMID: 24731259, PMCID: PMC4071966.

183. Graf, Brittany L., Alexander Poulev, Peter Kuhn, Mary Grace, Mary Ann Lila, and Ilya Raskin.  2014. Quinoa seeds leach phytoecdysteroids and other compounds with anti-diabetic properties.  Food Chemistry 163:178-185. PMID: 24912714, PMCID: PMC4116738.

182. Grace, Mary H., Debora Esposito, Kriya Dunlap, Mary Ann Lila.  2014.  Comparative analysis of phenolic content and profile, antioxidant capacity, and anti-inflammatory bioactivity in wild Alaskan and commercial Vaccinium berries.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62:4007-4017. PMID: 24219831, PMCID: PMC4026347.

181. Grace, M.H., Charles Warlick, Scott Neff and Mary Ann Lila.  2014.  Efficient preparative isolation and identification of walnut bioactive components using high-speed counter-current chromatography and LC-ESI-IT-TOF-MS. Food Chemistry 158: 229-238. PMID: 24731336.

180. Yousef, Gad G., Mary Ann Lila, Ivette Guzman, James Ballington, and Allan Brown.  2014.  Impact of interspecific introgression on anthocyanin profiles of southern highbush blueberry.  Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 139:99-112.

179. Strathearn, Katherine, Gad G. Yousef, Mary H. Grace, Susan Roy, Mitali Tambe, Mario G. Ferruzzi, Qing-Li Wu, James E. Simon, Mary Ann Lila, and Jean-Christophe Rochet.  2014. Neuroprotective effects of anthocyanin- and proanthocyanidin-rich extracts in cellular models of Parkinson’s disease. Brain Research 1555:60-77.  PMID: 24502982,
PMCID: PMC4024464.

178. Rojas-Silva, Patricio, Rocky Graziose, Brian Vesely, Alexander Poulev, Flaubert Mbeunkui, Mary H. Grace, Dennis E. Kyle, Mary Ann Lila, Ilya Raskin. 2014. Leishmanicidal activity of a daucane sesquiterpene isolated from Eryngium foetidum Pharmaceutical Biology 52:398-401. PMID: 24147866.  DOI: 10.3109/13880209.2013.837077

177. Lila, Mary Ann, J. Kellogg, M.H. Grace, G. G. Yousef, T. B. Kraft, and R. B. Rogers.  2014.  Stressed for success:  how the berry’s wild origins result in multifaceted health protections.  Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 1017:23-43.

176. Grace, Mary H, Gad Yousef, Sally J. Gustafson, Van-Den Truong, G. Craig Yencho, and Mary Ann Lila.  2014.  Phytochemical changes in phenolics, anthocyanins, ascorbic acid, and carotenoids associated with sweetpotato storage and impacts on bioactive properties.  Food Chemistry 145: 717-724. PMID: 24128536.

175. Ribnicky, David M., Diana E. Roopchand, Andrew Oren, Mary Grace, Alexander Poulev, Mary Ann Lila, Robert Havenaar, Ilya Raskin.  2014.  Effects of a high fat meal matrix and protein complexation on the bioaccessibility of blueberry anthocyanins using the TNO gastrointestinal model (TIM-1).  Food Chemistry 142:349-357. PMID: 24001852, PMCID: PMC4072317.


174. Roopchand, Diana, Peter Kuhn, Christian Krueger, Kristen Moskal, Mary Ann Lila, and Ilya Raskin.  2013.  Concord grape pomace polyphenols complexed to soy protein isolate are stable and hypoglycemic in diabetic mice. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61:11428-11433. PMID: 24206100.

173. Kellogg, Joshua and Mary Ann Lila.  2013.  Chemical and in vitro assessment of Alaskan coastal vegetation antioxidant capacity.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61:11025-11032. PMID: 24147955.

172. Nieman, David, R. Shanely, Nicholas Gillitt, Kirk Pappan, and Mary Ann Lila.  2013.   Serum metabolic signatures induced by a 3-day intensified exercise period persist after 14 hours of recovery in runners.  Journal of Proteome Research 12: 4577-4584. PMID: 23984841. doi: 10.1021/pr4007393

171. Fan, Junfeng, Michelle Johnson, Mary Ann Lila, Gad Youself, and Elvira Gonzalez de Mejia.  2013.  Berry and citrus phenolic compounds inhibit dipeptidyl peptidase IV, implications in diabetes management.  Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 13: Article ID 479505, 13 pages. PMID: 24069048, PMCID: PMC3773436.

170. Nieman, David C., Nicholas D. Gillitt, Amy M. Knab, R. Andrew Shanely, Kirk L. Pappan, Fuxia Jin, Mary Ann Lila.   2013.  Influence of a polyphenol-enriched protein powder on exercise-induced inflammation and oxidative stress in athletes:  a randomized trial using a metabolomics approach.  PLoS ONE 8(8): e72215. PMID: 23967286, PMCID: PMC3744465.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0072215

169. Grace, Mary, Ivette Guzman, Diana E. Roopchand, Kristin Moskal, Diana M. Cheng, Natasha Pogrebnyak, Ilya Raskin, Amy Howell, and Mary Ann Lila.  2013.  Stable binding of alternative protein-enriched food matrices with concentrated cranberry bioflavonoids for functional food applications.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61:6856-6864. PMID: 23786629, PMCID: PMC3769697.

168. Plundrich, Nathalie, Mary H. Grace, Ilya Raskin and Mary Ann Lila.  2013.  Bioactive polyphenols from muscadine grape and blackcurrant stably concentrated onto protein-rich matrices for topical applications.   International Journal of Cosmetic Science 35:394-401.  doi:10.1111/ics.12057

167. Roopchand, D., Christian Krueger, Kristin Moskal, Bertold Fridlender, Mary Ann Lila and Ilya Raskin.  2013.  Food-compatible method for the efficient extraction and stabilization of cranberry pomace polyphenols.  Food Chemistry 141:3664-3669. PMID: 23993534, PMCID: PMC3815467.

166. Yousef, Gad, Allan Brown, Yayoi Fumakoshi, Flaubert Mbeunkui, Mary Grace, James R. Ballington, Ann Loraine, Mary Ann Lila. 2013. Efficient quantification of health-relevant anthocyanin and phenolic acid profiles in commercial cultivars and breeding selections of blueberries (Vaccinium spp.). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61:4806-4815.  DOI: 10.1021/jf400823s

165. Johnson, Michelle, Elvira de Mejia, Junfeng Fan, Mary Ann Lila and Gad G. Yousef.  2013.  Anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins from blueberry-blackberry fermented beverages inhibit markers of inflammation in RAW 264.7 macrophages and carbohydrate-utilizing enzymes in vitro. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 57:1182-1197. PMID:
23526625.   DOI: 10.1002/mnfr.201200678

164. Moran, Nancy E., Randy B. Rogers, Chi-Hua Lu,  Lauren E. Conlon, Mary Ann Lila, Steven K. Clinton, John W. Erdman, Jr.  2013.  Biosynthesis of highly enriched 13C-lycopene for human metabolic studies using repeated batch tomato cell culturing with 13C-glucose. PMID: 23561155, PMCID: PMC3621112.  Food Chemistry 139:631-639.  doi:10.1016/j.foodchem.2013.01.016

163. Graziose, Rocky,  Mary H. Grace, Thirumurugan Rathinasabapathy, Patricio Rojas-Silva, Carmen Dekock, Alexander Poulev, Mary Ann Lila, Peter Smith, Ilya Raskin.  2013.  Antiplasmodial activity of cucurbitacin glycosides from Datisca glomerata (C.Presl ) Baill.  Phytochemistry 87:78-85. PMID: 23270868.

162. Shafiee-Morrel, Farideh, Michael Grusak, Sally Gustafson, Mary Ann Lila, and Mihai Niculescu.  2013.  Lower concentrations of blueberry polyphenolic-rich extract differentially alter HepG2 cell proliferation and expression of genes related to cell-cycle, oxidation, and epigenetic machinery. Nutritional Disorders & Therapy 3:1-10.

161. Cheng, Diana, Louis W. Kutzler, Dustin D. Boler, Jenny Drnevich, John Killefer, and Mary Ann Lila.  2013.  Continuous infusion of 20-hydroxyecdysone increased mass of triceps brachii in C57BL/6 mice. PMID: 22495969, PMCID: PMC3410052.  Phytotherapy Research 27:107-111.   DOI: 10.1002/ptr.4679
160. Roopchand, Diana, Peter Kuhn, Leonel Rojo, Mary Ann Lila, Ilya Raskin.  2013.  Blueberry polyphenol-enriched soybean flour reduces hyperglycemia, body weight gain and serum cholesterol in mice. Pharmacological Research 68:59-67.  PMID: 23220243, PMCID: PMC3833590.


159. Grace, Mary H., Carmen Lategan, Rocky Graziose, Peter J. Smith, Ilya Raskin and Mary   Ann Lila.  2012.  Antiplasmodial activity of the ethnobotanical plant Cassia fistulaNatural Product Communications 7:1-4.  PMID: 23156984.

158. Cheng, Diana, Peter Kuhn, Alexander Poulev, Leonel E. Rojo, Mary Ann Lila, and Ilya Raskin.  2012.  In vivo and in vitro antidiabetic effects of aqueous cinnamon extract and cinnamon polyphenol-enhanced food matrix.  Food Chemistry 135:2994-3002.   PMID: 22980902, PMCID: PMC3444749.

157. Gustafson Sally J., Gad G. Yousef, Michael A. Grusak, Mary Ann Lila.  2012.  Effect of postharvest handling practices on phytochemical concentrations and bioactive potential in wild blueberry fruit.  Journal of Berry Research 2:215-227.  

156. Grace, Mary H., Aaron R. Massey, Flaubert Mbeunkui, Gad G. Yousef, and Mary   Ann Lila.  2012.  Comparison of health-relevant flavonoids in commonly consumed cranberry products.  Journal of Food Science 77:H176-H183.   PMID: 22747948

155. Roopchand, Diana E., Peter Kuhn, Alex Poulev, Andrew Oren, Mary Ann Lila, Ilya Raskin.  2012.  Biochemical analysis and in vivo hypoglycemic activity of grape polyphenol – soybean flour complex.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 60:8860-8865.  PMID: 22462390, PMCID: PMC3419343154.

154. Mbeunkui, Flaubert, Mary H. Grace, Gad G. Yousef, Mary Ann Lila.  2012.  Isolation and characterization of flavonols from blackcurrant by HPCCC and LC-ESI/MS.  Journal of Separation Science 35:1682-1689.

153. Graziose, Rocky, Patricio Rojas-Silva, ThirumuruganRathinasabapathy, Carment Dekock, Mary H. Grace, Alexander Poulev, Mary Ann Lila, Peter Smith, and Ilya Raskin.  2012.  Antiparasitic compounds from Cornus florida L. with activities against Plasmodium falciparum andLeishmania tarentolaeJournal of Ethnopharmacology 142:456-461. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 142: 456-461.

152. Mbeunkui, Flaubert, Mary H. Grace and Mary Ann Lila. 2012.  Isolation and structural elucidation of indole alkaloids from Geissospermum vellosii by mass spectrometry.  Journal of Chromatography B 885-886: 83-89. Journal of Chromatography B 885-886:83-89. PDF  PMID: 22226768.

151. Roopchand, Diana E., Mary H. Grace, Peter Kuhn, Diana M. Cheng, Nathalie Plundrich, Alexander Poulev, Amy Howell, Bertold Fridlender, Mary Ann Lila and Ilya Raskin 2012.  Efficient sorption of polyphenols in soybean flour enables natural fortification of foods. Food Chemistry 131: 1193-1200.  Food Chemistry 131: 1193-1200.  PMID: 23950619, PMCID:PMC3742044.

150. Mbeunkui, Flaubert, Mary H. Grace, Carmen Lategan, Peter J. Smith, Ilya Raskin and Mary Ann Lila.  2012.  In vitro antiplasmodial activity of indole alkaloids from the stem bark of Geissospermum vellosii. Journal of Ethnopharmacology  139:471-477. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 139: 471-477.  PMID: 22143154.

149. Lila, Mary Ann, David M. Ribnicky, Leonel E. Rojo, Patricio Rojas-Silva, Andrew Oren, Robert Havenaar,  Elsa M. Janle, Ilya Raskin, Gad G. Yousef, and Mary H. Grace. 2012.  Complementary approaches to gauge the bioavailability and distribution of ingested berry polyphenolics.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 60:5763-5771. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry: 60: 5763-5771.  PMID: 22111523, PMCID: PMC3310271.

148. Rojo, Leonel E., David Ribnicky, Sithes Logendra, Alex Poulev, Patricio Rojas-Silva, Peter Kuhn, Ruth Dorn, Mary H. Grace, Mary Ann Lila, Ilya Raskin. 2012. In vitro and in vivo anti-diabetic effects of anthocyanins from Maqui Berry (Aristotelia chilensis). Food Chemistry 131: 387-396.


147. Flint, Courtney, Josh Kellogg, Mallory Dolan, Lama BouFajreldin, Ewan Robinson, Gary Ferguson, Ilya Rasin, Mary Ann Lila. Promoting wellness in Alaskan villages: Integrating traditional knowledge and science of wild berries. EcoHealth 8:199-209. PMID: 21915737.

146. Mbeunkui, Flaubert, Mary H. Grace, Carmen Lategan, Peter J. Smith, Ilya Raskin, Mary Ann Lila. 2011. Isolation and identification of antiplasmodial N-alkylamides from Spilanthes acmella flowers using centrifugal partition chromatography and ESI-IT-TOF-MS. Journal of Chromatography B 879: 1886-1892.  PMID: 21641879.

145. Barnes, Stephen, Jeevan Prasain, Tracy D’Alessandro, Ali Arabshahi, Nigel Botting, Mary Ann Lila, George Jackson, Elsa Janle, Connie Weaver. 2011. The metabolism and analysis of isoflavones and other dietary polyphenols in foods and their biological systems. Food and Function 2: 235-244. NIHMSID: NIHMS481729, PMID: 21779561, PMCID: PMC4122511.

144. Lila, Mary Ann. 2011. Impact of bioflavonoids from berry fruits on biomarkers of metabolic syndrome. Functional Foods in Health and Disease 2: 13-24.

143. Kellogg, Joshua, Clyde Higgs, and Mary Ann Lila. 2011. Prospects for commercializatoin of an Alaska native wild resource as a commodity crop.Journal of Entrepreneurship 20: 77-101.

142. Graziose, Rocky, Thirumurugan Rathinasabapathy, Carmen Lategan, Alexander Poulev, Peter J. Smith, Mary H. Grace, Mary Ann Lila, and Ilya Raskin. 2011. Antimalarial activity of aporphine alkaloids and sesquiterpene lactones from Liriodendron tulipifera L. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 133: 26-30.  NIHMSID: NIHMS243689, PMID: 20826204, PMCID: PMC3010440.


141. Cheng, Diana M., Gad G. Yousef, and Mary Ann Lila. 2010. Variation in phytoecdysteroid accumulation in seeds and shoots of Spinaciaoleracea L. accessions. Hort Science 45: 1-5.

140. Kellogg, Joshua, Gili Joseph, Kerstin Andrae-Marobela, Angelina Sosome, Courtney Flint, Slavko Kormarnytsky, Georgie Fear, Lena Struwe, Ilya Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2010. Screens-to-Nature: Opening doors to traditional knowledge and hands-on science education. NACTA Journal 54: 41-48. PDF

139. Newell, Amanda M., Gad Yousef, Mary Ann Lila, Mardco Vinicio Ramirez-Mares, and Elvira Gonzalez de Mejia. 2010. Comparative study of in vitro activities of tea extracts from six species of Ardisia and their effect on growth inhibition of HepG2 cells. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 130: 536-544.  PMID: 20561930.

138. Rojo, Leonel, Caren Villano, G. Joseph, B. Schmidt, V. Shulaev, J. Shuman, Mary Ann Lila, and Ilya Raskin. 2010. Wound healing properties of fatty acids from Pouteria lucuma. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 9: 185-195. NIHMSID: NIHMS588151, PMID: 20883291, PMCID: PMC4097019.

137. Cuevas-Rodriguez, Edith, Vermont Dia, Gad G. Yousef, Pedro A. Garcia-Saucedo, Jose Lopez-Medina, Octavio Paredes-Lopez, Elvira de Mejia and Mary Ann Lila. 2010. Inhibition of pro-inflammatory responses and antioxidant capacity of Mexican blackberry (Rubus spp) extracts. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58: 9542-9548. PMID: 20715775.

136. Englemann, Nancy, J. Campbell, S. Pupassara, R. Rogers, P. Garlick, M.A. Lila, and J.W. Erdman, Jr. 2010. Screening and selection of high carotenoid producing in vitro tomato cell culture lines for [13C]-carotenoid production. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58: 9979-9987. NIHMSID: NIHMS321009,  PMID: 20731353, PMCID: PMC3172872.

135. Grace, Mary H., Carmen Lategan, Flaubert Mbeunkui, Rocky Graziose, Peter J. Smith, Ilya Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2010. Antiplasmodial and cytotoxic activities of drimane sesquiterpenes from Canella winterana. Natural Product Communications 5: 1869-1872. PDF

134. Mun, Jonathan G., Michael D. Grannan, Pamela J. Lachcik, Randy B. Rogers, Gad G. Yousef, Mary H. Grace, Elsa M. Janle, Qing Li Wu, James E. Simon, Connie M. Weaver, and Mary Ann Lila. 2010. Tracking deposition of a 14C-radiolabeled hairy root-derived isoflavone-rich fraction into bone. Experimental Biology and Medicine 235: 1224-1235. PDF PMID: 20851832.

133. Schreckinger, Maria Elisa, Jinzhi Wang, Gad Yousef, Mary Ann Lila and Elvira Gonzalez de Mejia. 2010. Antioxidant capacity and in vitroinhibition of adipogenesis and inflammation by phenolic extracts of Vaccinium floribundum and Aristotelia chilensis. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58:8966-8976.  PMID: 23654232.

132. Cuevas-Rodriguez, Edith, Gad G. Yousef, Pedro A. Garcia-Saucedo, Jose Lopez-Medina, Octavio Paredes-Lopez, and Mary Ann Lila. 2010. Characterization of anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins in wild and domesticated Mexican blackberries (Rubus spp.). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58:7458-7464.  PMID: 20507066.

131. Schreckinger, Maria Elisa, Jennifer Lotton, Mary Ann Lila and Elvira Gonzalez de Mejia. 2010. Berries from South America a Comprehensive Review on: Chemistry, Health Implications and Commercialization. Journal of Medicinal Food 13:233-246.  PMID: 20170356.

130. Kellogg, Joshua, Jinzhi Wang, Courtney Flint, David Ribnicky, Peter Kuhn, Elvira González De Mejia, Ilya Raskin, Mary Ann Lila. 2010. Alaskan wild berry resources and human health under the cloud of climate change. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58:3884-3900. PDF  NIHMSID: NIHMS155601,  PMID: 20025229, PMCID: PMC2850959.

129. Janle, Elsa M., Mary Ann Lila, Michael Grannan, Lauren Wood, Aine Higgins, Gad. G. Yousef, Randy B. Rogers, Helen Kim, George S. Jackson, Lap Ho, and Connie Weaver. 2010. Pharmacokinetics and tissue distribution 14C-labeled grape polyphenols in the periphery and the central nervous system following oral administration. Journal of Medicinal Food 13:926-933.  PMID: 20673061, PMCID: PMC3132945.

128. Graziose, Rocky, Mary Ann Lila, and Ilya Raskin. 2010. Merging traditional Chinese medicine with modern drug discovery to find novel drugs and functional foods. Current Drug Discovery Technologies 7:2-12.  PMID: 20156139, PMCID: PMC3017680.

127. Janle, Elsa, Mary Ann Lila, Michael Grannan, Lauren Wood, Aine Higgins, Gad G. Yousef, Randy B. Rogers, Helen Kim, George Jackson, and Connie M. Weaver. 2010. Method for evaluating the potential of 14C labeled plant polyphenols to cross the blood-brain barrier using accelerator mass spectrometry. Nuclear Methods and Instruments in Physics Research (NIMB) 268:1313-1316. NIHMSID: NIHMS155601. PMID: 20419067, PMCID: PMC2858353.


126. Weaver, Connie M., Stephen Barnes, James M. Wyss, Helen Kim, D.M. Morre, D.J. Morre, James E. Simon, Mary Ann Lila, Elsa Janle, and Mario Ferruzzi. 2009. Research highlights from the Purdue-UAB Botanicals Research Center for Age-Related Diseases. Pharm. Biol. 47:768-773.  NIHMSID: NIHMS151441, PMID 19890436, PMCID: PMC2772071

125. Grace, Mary, Gad Yousef, A. Kurmukov, Ilya Raskin and Mary Ann Lila. 2009. Phytochemical characterization of an adaptogenic preparation from Rhodiola heterodonta. Natural Product Communications 4:1053-1058. NIHMSID: NIHMS154712  PMID: 19768982, PMCID: PMC3815471.

124. Mun, Jonathan., Michael Grannan, Pamela Lachcik, Adam Reppert, Gad. G. Yousef, Randy B. Rogers, Elsa M. Janle, Connie M. Weaver, and Mary Ann Lila. 2009. In vivo metabolic tracking of 14C radiolabeled isoflavones in kudzu and red clover extracts. British Journal of Nutrition 102:1523-1530.  PMID: 19586574.

123. Englemann, N., Adam Reppert, Gad Yousef, Randy Rogers, and Mary Ann Lila. 2009. In vitro production of radiolabeled red clover (Trifoliumpratense) isoflavones. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 98:147-156.  NIHMSID: NIHMS134160  PMID:19672329, PMCID: PMC2724018.

122. Molan, A., Mary Ann Lila, John Maws, and Shampa De. 2009. In vitro and in vivo evaluation of the prebiotic activity of water-soluble blueberry extracts. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 25:1243-1249.

121. Grace, Mary, David Ribnicky, Peter Kuhn, Alexs Poulev, Sithes Longendra, Gad G. Yousef, Ilya Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2009. Hypoglycemic activity of a novel anthocyanin-rich formulation from lowbush blueberry, Vaccinium angustifolium Aiton. Phytomedicine 16:406-415.  PMID: 19303751, PMCID: PMC2718544.

120. Englemann, Nancy, Randy Rogers, Mary Ann Lila, and John W. Erdman, Jr. 2009. Herbicide Treatments Alter Carotenoid Profiles for 14C Tracer Production from Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum cv. VFNT cherry) Cell Cultures. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 57:4614-4619. NIHMSID: NIHMS116223, PMID:19489618, PMCID: PMC2748831.


119. Lu, Chi-Hua, Nancy J. Engelmann, Mary Ann Lila, and John W. Erdman, Jr. 2008. Optimization of lycopene extraction from tomato cell suspension culture by response surface methodology. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56:7710-7714.  PMID: 18690693, PMCID: PMC2614352.

118. Reppert, Adam, G. Yousef, R. Rogers, and M. A. Lila. 2008. Isolation of radiolabeled isoflavones from kudzu (Pueraria lobata) root cultures.Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56: 7860-7865.  PMID:18690681, PMCID: PMC2676909.

117. Grace, Mary, D. Cheng, I. Raskin, and M. A. Lila. 2008. Neo-Clerodane diterpenes from Ajuga turkestanica. Phytochemistry Letters 1:81-84.  PMID: 19946570, PMCID: PMC2782872.

116. Gorelick-Feldman, Jonathan, David MacLean, Neojsa Illic, Alexander Poulev, Mary Ann Lila, Diana Cheng, and Ilya Raskin. 2008. Phytoecdysteroids increase portein synthesis in skeletal muscle cells. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56:3532-3537.  PMID: 18444661.

115. Cheng, Diana,Gad. G. Yousef, Mary H. Grace, Randy B. Rogers, J. Gorelick-Feldman, I. Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2008. In vitroproduction of metabolism-enhancing phytoecdysteroids from Ajuga turkestanica. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 93:73-83. PDF

114. Alwerdt, Jessica, D.S. Seigler, Elvira Gonzalez de Mejia, Gad G. Yousef and Mary Ann Lila. 2008. The influence of alternative liquid chromatography techniques on chemical complexity and bioactivity of separated proanthocyanidin mixtures. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56:1896-1906. PDF  PMID: 18284202.

113. Weaver, Connie M., Stephen Barnes, J. Michael Wyss, Helen Kim, Dorothy M. Morre, D. James Morre, James E. Simon, Mary Ann Lila, Elsa M. Janle, Mario G. Ferruzzi. 2008. Botanicals for age-related diseases: from field to practice. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 87:493S-497S. PDF  PMID: 18258645, PMCID: PMC2683623.

112. Kraft, Tristan F.B., Moul Dey, Randy B. Rogers, David M. Ribnicky, David M. Gipp, William T. Cefalu, Ilya Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila.2008. Phytochemical composition and metabolic performance-enhancing activity of dietary berries traditionally used by native North Americans. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56:654-660. PDF  PMID: 18211018, PMCID: PMC2792121.

111. Aparicio-Fernández, Xochitl, Rosalia Reynoso-Camacho, Eduardo Castaño-Tostado, Teresa García-Gasca, Elvira González de Mejía, Horacio Guzmán-Maldonado, Guiellermo Elizondo, Gad Gabra Yousef, Mary Ann Lila, Guadalupe Loarca-Pina. 2008. Antiradical capacity and induction of apoptosis in HeLa cells by a Phaseolus vulgaris extract. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 63:35-40. PDF  PMID: 18095168.

110. Dey, Moul, C. Ripoll, R. Pouleva, R. Dorn, I. Aranovich, D. Zaurov, A. Kurmukov,M. Eliseyva, I. Belolipov, A. Akimaliev, I. Sodombekov, D. Akialiev, M.A. Lila, and Ilya Raskin. 2008. Plant extracts from Central Asia showing anti-inflammatory activities in gene expression assays. Phytotherapy Research 22: 929-934.  PMID: 18350517.

109. Molan, A.L., M.A. Lila, and J. Mawson. 2008. Satiety in rats following blueberry extract consumption induced by appetite-suppressing mechanisms unrelated to in vitro or in vivo antioxidant capacity. Food Chemistry 107:1039-1044. PDF


108. Campbell, Jessica K., Nancy J. Engelmann, Mary Ann Lila, and John W. Erdman, Jr. 2007. Phytoene, phytofluene, and lycopene from tomato powder differentially accumulate in tissues of male Fisher 344 rats. Nutrition Research 27:794-801.  PMID: 19050742, PMCID: PMC2330325.

107. Lila, M. 2007. From beans to berries and beyond: Teamwork between plant chemicals for protection of optimal human health. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1114:372-380.  PMID: 17986598.

106. Shibli, R., M. Kushad, G.G. Yousef and Mary Ann Lila. 2007. Physiological and biochemical responses of tomato microshoots to induced salinity stress with associated ethylene accumulation. Plant Growth Regulation 51:159-169.

105. Grace, Mary H., Juan A. Faraldos, Mary Ann Lila, and Robert M. Coates. 2007. ent-Beyerane diterpenoids from the heartwood of Excoecaria parviolia. Phytochemistry 68:546-553. PDF  PMID: 17196627.

104. Prasain, Jeevan, Adam Reppert, Kenneth Jones, D. Ray Moore II, Stephen Barnes, and Mary Ann Lila. 2007. Identification of isoflavone glycosides from Pueraria lobata in vitro culture by tandem mass spectrometry  Phytochemical Analysis 18:50-59. PDF  PMID: 17260698.


103. Sueiro, Lilly, Gad G. Yousef, David Seigler, Elvira Gonzalez de Mejia,Mary H. Grace, and Mary Ann Lila. 2006. Chemopreventive potential of flavonoid extracts from plantation-bred and wild Aronia melanocarpa (Black Chokeberry) fruits. Journal of Food Science 71:C480-C4888. PDF

102. Campbell, Jessica, Mary Ann Lila, Manuba Nakamura, and John W.Erdman,Jr. 2006. Serum testosterone reduction following short-term phytofluene, lycopene, or tomato powder consumption in F344 rats. Journal of Nutrition 136:2813-2819. PDF  PMID: 17056806.

101. Yousef, Gad G, Mary H. Grace, Diana M. Cheng, Igor V. Belolipov, Ilya Raskin, and Mary Ann Lila. 2006. Comparative phytochemical characterization of three Rhodiola species. Phytochemistry 67:2380-2391. PDF  PMID: 16956631.

100. Jo, JY, Elvira de Mejia, and Mary Ann Lila. 2006. Cytotoxicity of bioactive polymeric fractions from grape cell culture on human hepatocellular carcinoma, murine leukemia, and non-cancerous PK15 kidney cells. Food and Chemical Toxicology 44:1758-1767. PDF  PMID: 16828532.

99. Lila, Mary Ann. 2006. The nature vs nurture debate on bioactive phytochemicals: the genome versus terroir. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 86:2510-2515. PDF

98. Campbell, Jessica K., Jennifer L. King, Matt Harmston, Mary Ann Lila, and John W. Erdman, Jr. 2006. Synergistic effects of flavonoids on cell proliferation in Hepa-1c1c7 and LNCap cancer cell lines. Journal of Food Science 71:S358-S363. pdf

97. Aparicio-Fernandez, Xochitl, Teresa Garcia-Gasca, Gad G. Yousef, Mary Ann Lila, Elvira de Mejia, and Guadalupe Loarca-Pina. 2006. Chemopreventive activity of polyphenolics from black Jamapa bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) on HeLa and HaCaT cells. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54:2116-2122. PDF  PMID: 16536584.

96. Jo, JY, Elvira de Mejia, and M.A. Lila. 2006. Catalytic inhibition of human DNA topoisomerase II by interactions of grape cell culture polyphenols. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54:2083-2087. PDF  PMID:16536579.

95. Campbell, Jessica, Randy B. Rogers, Mary Ann Lila, and John W. Erdman, Jr. 2006. Biosynthesis of 14C- phytoene from tomato cell suspension cultures (Lycopersicon esculentum) for utilization in prostate cancer cell culture studies. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54:747-755. PDF  PMID: 16448178.

94. Thole, Julie M., Tristan F.B. Kraft, Lilly Ann Sueiro, Young-Hwa Kang, Joell J. Gills, Muriel Cuendet, John M. Pezzuto, David S. Seigler, and Mary Ann Lila. 2006. A comparative evaluation of the anticancer properties of European and American elderberry fruits. Journal of Medicinal Food 9:498-504. PDF  PMID: 17201636.

93. Schmidt B.M., J.W. Erdman, Jr., and M.A. Lila. 2006. Differential effects of blueberry proanthocyanidins on androgen sensitive and insensitive human prostate cancer cell lines. Cancer Letters 231:240-246. PDF  PMID: 16399225.


92. Reyes-Carmona, Josephina, G.G. Yousef, Ramon Martinez-Peniche, and M.A. Lila. 2005. Antioxidant capacity of fruit extracts of blackberry (Rubus sp.) produced in different climatic regions. Journal of Food Science 70:S497-503. PDF

91. Schmidt, Barbara M., J.W. Erdman Jr., and M.A. Lila. 2005. Effects of food processing on blueberry antiproliferation and antioxidant activity.Journal of Food Science 70:S390-394. PDF

90. Aparicio-Fernandez, X., G.G. Yousef, G. Loarca-Pina, E. G. De Mejia, and M.A. Lila. 2005. Characterization of proanthocyanidins in the seed coat of black Jamapa bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53:4615-4622. PDF    PMID: 15913334.

89. Kuo, Yu-Jen, Yu-Sen Chang, M.A. Lila and Hsin-Yi Chiu. 2005. Screening growth and root formation of cadmium-treated turfgrass using a whole plant microculture system. Journal of Plant Nutrition 28:1041-1048.

88. Lila, M.A., G. Yousef, Yong Jiang, and C. Weaver. 2005. Sorting out bioactivity in flavonoid mixtures. Journal of Nutrition 135:1231-1235. PDF    PMID: 15867309.

87. Jo, J.Y., E. de Mejia, and M.A. Lila. 2005. Effects of grape cell culture extracts on human topoisomerase II catalytic activity and characterization of active fractions. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53:2489-2498. PDF   PMID: 15796584.

86. Kraft, T.F.B., B. Schmidt, G.G. Yousef, C.T.G. Knight, M. Cuendet, Y-H. Kang, J. M. Pezzuto, D. Seigler, and Mary Ann Lila. 2005. Chemopreventive potential of wild blueberry fruits in multiple stages of carcinogenesis. Journal of Food Science 70:S159-S166. PDF

85. Lila, Mary Ann and I. Raskin. 2005. Health-related interactions of phytochemicals. Journal of Food Science 70:R20-27. PDF


84. Schmidt, B., A.B. Howell, B. McEniry, C.T. Knight, D.S. Seigler, J.W. Erdman, and M.A. Lila. 2004. Effective separation of potent antiproliferation and antiadhesion components from wild blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.) fruits. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52:6433-6442. PDF   PMID: 15479003.

83. Lila, M.A. 2004. Anthocyanins and human health: An in vitro investigative approach. Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology 5:306-313. PDFPMID: 15577194, PMCID: PMC1082894.

82. Yousef, G.G., David S. Seigler, Randy B. Rogers, Tristan Kraft, C.T.G. Knight, Michael A. Grusak, John W. Erdman, and Mary Ann Lila. 2004. Biosynthesis and characterization of 14C-enriched flavonoid fractions from plant cell suspension cultures. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52:1138-1145. PDF    PMID: 14995111.

81. Grusak, M.A., R. B. Rogers, G. G. Yousef, J.W. Erdman Jr. and M.A. Lila. 2004. An enclosed-chamber labeling system for the safe 14C-enrichment of phytochemicals in plant cell suspension cultures. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Plant 40:80-85. PDF

80. Shibli, R., S. Al-Ababneh, and Mary Ann Lila Smith. 2004. Cryopreservation of plant germplasm: A review. Disarat Agricultural Sciences 31:60-73.


79. Zaripheh, S., T. Boileau, T., M.A. Lila, and J. W. Erdman Jr. 2003. [14C] lycopene and [14C]-labeled polar products are differentially distributed in tissues of F344 rats prefed lycopene. Journal of Nutrition 133: 4189-4195. PDF   PMID: 14652370.


78. Kandil, F.E., Mary Ann Lila Smith, R.B. Rogers, M.F. Pépin, L. Song, J. Pezzuto, and D. Seigler. 2002. Composition of a chemopreventive proanthocyanidin-rich fraction from cranberry fruits responsible for the inhibition of 12-0-tetradecanoyl phorbol-13-acetate (TPA)- induced ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) activity. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50:1063-1069. PDF   PMID: 11853481.

77. Deroles, S, Smith M.A.L., Lee C. 2002. Factors affecting transformation of cell cultures from three dicotyledonous pigment-producing species using microprojectile bombardment. Plant Cell, Tissue & Organ Culture 70:69-76. PDF

76. Marshall, G.B., Smith M.A.L., Lee C.K.C., Deroles S.C., and Davies K.M. 2002. Differential gene expression between pigmented and non-pigmented cell culture lines of Daucus carota. Plant Cell ,Tissue & Organ Culture 70:91-97. PDF

75. Smith, M.A.L., H. Kobayashi, M. Gawienowski, and D.B. Briskin. 2002. An in vitro approach to investigate medicinal chemical synthesis by three herbal. Plant Cell, Tissue & Organ Culture 70: 105-111. PDF

74. Meyer, J, M.F. Pépin, and M.A.L. Smith. 2002. Anthocyanin production from Vaccinium pahalae: Limitations of the physical microenvironment. Journal of Biotechnology 93:45-57. PDF    PMID: 11690694

73. Smith, M.A.L. 2001. The merged department experience at the University of Illinois – is there strength in numbers? HortTechnology 11:405-408.


72. Briskin, D.P., H. Kobayashi, A. Mehta, M.C. Gawienowski, L. Ainsworth, and M.A.L. Smith. 2001. Production of kavapyrones by kava (Piper methysticum) tissue cultures. Physiology and Biochemistry 20:556-561.


71. Kandil, F, L. Song, J. Pezzuto, D. Seigler and M.A.L. Smith. 2000. Isolation of oligomeric proanthocyanidins from flavonoid-producing cell cultures. In Vitro Cell & Developmental Biology-Plant 36:492-500.

70. Smith, M.A.L., K.A. Marley, D. Seigler, K.W. Singletary and B. Meline. 2000. Bioactive properties of wild blueberry fruits. Journal of Food Science 65:352-356. PDF


69. Shibli, R. and M.A.L. Smith. 1999. Capacity for biocompatability assessment in tissue culture and hydroponic systems. Journal of Plant Nutrition 22:1529-1540.

68. Smith, M.A.L. 1999. Biological & engineering aspects of plant cell bioreactor technology. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology -Plant 35: 285. [Compiled and edited a series of papers derived from a workshop convened in June 1998 for the SIVB; composed introduction to the series].

67. Reed, B. and M.A.L. Smith. 1999. Designing a micropropagation system. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology -Plant 35: 275. [Compiled and edited a series of papers derived from a workshop convened in June 1998 for the SIVB; composed introduction to the series].

66. Pépin, M.-F., M.A.L. Smith, and J.F. Reid.
1999. Application of imaging tools to plant cell culture: Relationship between plant cell aggregation and flavonoid production. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology -Plant 35:290-295.

65. Shibli, R., M.A.L. Smith and M. Shatnawi.
1999. Pigment recovery from encapsulated-dehydrated Vaccinium pahalae (ohelo) cryopreserved cells.Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 55:119-123.

64. Shibli, R., M.A.L. Smith and M. Kushad.
1999. Influence of ethylene on the production of anthocyanins and carotenoids from callus culture ofVaccinium pahalae. Dirasat Agricultural Sciences 26: 240-247.

63. Bomser, J.A., K.W. Singletary, M.A. Wallig and M.A.L. Smith.
1999. Inhibition of TPA-induced tumor promotion in CD-1 mouse epidermis by a polyphenolic fraction from grape seeds. Cancer Letters 135:151-157.   PMID: 10096423

62. Fang, Y., M.A.L. Smith and M.F. Pépin.
1999. The effects of exogenous methyl jasmonate in elicited anthocyanin-producing cell cultures of ohelo (Vaccinium pahalae). In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Plant 35:106-113.


61. Fang, Y., M.A.L. Smith and M.F. Pépin. 1998. Benzyl adenine restores anthocyanin pigmentation in suspension cultures of wild Vaccinium pahalae. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 54: 113-122.

60. Smith, M.A.L. and R.B. Rogers.
1998. The game show challenge: Catalyst for student participation in plant propagation. HortTechnology 8:238-241.

59. Castillo, B., M.A.L. Smith and U. Yadava.
1998. Liquid system scale-up of Carica papaya L. somatic embryogenesis. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology 73:307-311.

58. Madhavi, D.L., J. Bomser, M.A.L. Smith and K. Singletary.
1998. Isolation of bioactive constituents from Vaccinium myrtillus (bilberry) fruits and cell cultures. Plant Science 131:95-103.

57. Castillo, B., M.A.L. Smith and U. Yadava.
1998. Plant regeneration from encapsulated asexual embryos of Carica papaya L. Plant Cell Reports 17:172-176…PDF


56. Castillo, B., M.A.L. Smith, D.L. Madhavi and U. Yadava. 1997. Estimation of the proteolytic enzyme activity of Carica papaya L. somatic embryos in a liquid system. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture 15:45-51.

55. Shibli, R., M.A.L. Smith and M. Kushad.
1997. Headspace ethylene accumulation reduced secondary metabolite production in Vaccinium pahalaecell culture. Plant Growth Regulation 23:201-205.

54. Toledo, J.U., L.A. Spomer and M.A.L. Smith.
1997. Changes in media water status during preparation and storage. Biotronics 26:59-66.

53. Castillo, B., M.A.L. Smith, D.L. Madhavi and U.L. Yadava.
1997. Interactions of irradiance level and iron chelate source on shoot tip culture ofCarica papaya L. HortScience 32:1120-1123.

52. Shibli, R., M.A.L. Smith and R. Nasr.
1997. Iron source and cytokinin mitigate the incidence of chlorosis and hyperhydration in vitro. Journal of Plant Nutrition 20:773-781.

51. Madhavi, D.L., M.A.L. Smith, A.C. Linas and G. Mitiku.
1997. Accumulation of ferulic acid in cell cultures of Ajuga pyramidalis ‘Metallica Crispa’. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 45:1506-1508.

50. Smith, M.A.L., D.L. Madhavi, Y. Fang and M.M. Tomczak.
1997. Continuous cell culture and product recovery from wild Vaccinium pahalaegermplasm. Journal of Plant Physiology 150:462-466.

49. Castillo, B. and M.A.L. Smith.
1997. Direct somatic embryogenesis from Begonia gracilis. Plant Cell Reports 16:385-388.


48. Shibli, R., and M.A.L. Smith.
1996. Direct shoot regeneration and proliferation from Vaccinium pahalae (ohelo) and Vaccinium myrtillus (bilberry) leaf explants. HortScience 31:1225-1228.

47. Spomer, L.A. and M.A.L. Smith.
1996. Direct measurement of water availability in gelled plant tissue culture media. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology -Plant 32:210-215.

46. Madhavi, D.L., S. Juthangkoon, K. Lewen, M.D. Berber-Jiménez and M.A.L. Smith. 1996. Characterization of anthocyanins from Ajuga pyramidalis ‘Metallica Crispa’ cell cultures. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 44:1170-1176.

45. Bomser, J., D.L. Madhavi, K. Singletary and M.A.L. Smith.
1996. In vitro anticancer activity of fruit extracts from Vaccinium species. Planta Medica 62:212-216.


44. Smith, M.A.L., J.F. Reid, A. Hansen, Z-W. Li and D.L. Madhavi. 1995. Non-destructive machine vision analysis of pigment-producing cell cultures. Journal of Biotechnology 40:1-11. pdf

43. Madhavi, D.L., M.A.L. Smith and M.D. Berber-Jiménez.
1995. Expression of anthocyanins in callus cultures of cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait). Journal of Food Science 60:351-355.


42. Kuo, Yu-Jen, M.A.L. Smith, and L.A. Spomer. 1994. Merging callus level and whole plant microculture selection screens for more salt tolerant ‘Seaside’ creeping bentgrass. Journal of Plant Nutrition 17:549-560.

41. Kuo, Yu-Jen and M.A.L. Smith.
1994. Effects of explant type and culture conditions on callus initiation and plant regeneration from turfgrass. Journal of the Chinese Society of Horticultural Science 40:1-10.


40. Kuo, Yu-Jen and M.A.L. Smith. 1993. Plant regeneration from St. Augustinegrass ‘Texas Common’ immature embryo-derived callus. Crop Science 33:1394-1396.

39. Smith, M.A.L., J. Meyer, S.L. Knight and G.S. Chen.
1993. Gauging turfgrass salinity responses in whole plant microculture and solution culture.Crop Science 33:566-572.

38. Obeidy, A. and M.A.L. Smith.
1993. Organogenesis and somatic embryogenesis from mature pecan embryonic axes. HortScience 28:213-215.

37. Chu, C.Y., S.L. Knight and M.A.L. Smith.
1993. Effect of liquid culture on the growth and development of miniature rose (Rosa chinensis var.minima). Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 32:329-334.


36. Chu, C.Y., S.L. Knight and M.A.L. Smith. 1992. Factors affecting productivity of new shoots from cultured nodal segments of miniature rose (Rosa chinensis Jacq. minima). Journal of the Chinese Society for Horticultural Science 38:7-18.

35. Smith, M.A.L., S. M. Eichorst and R. B. Rogers.
1992. Rhizogenesis pretreatments and effects on microcuttings during transition. Acta Horticulturae 319:77-82.

34. Rogers, R.B., M.A.L. Smith and R.K.D. Cowen.
1992. Micropropagation of male sterile Zinnia elegans. Euphytica 61:217-223.

33. Smith, M.A.L., L.A. Spomer, R. Shibli and S.L. Knight.
1992. Effects of salinity on miniature dwarf tomato: II. Canopy and root zone responses, fruit production, and osmotic adjustment. Journal of Plant Nutrition 15:2329-2341.

32. Knight, S.L., R. B. Rogers, M.A.L. Smith and L.A. Spomer.
1992. Effects of salinity on miniature dwarf tomato: I. Growth and development and nutrient composition. Journal of Plant Nutrition 15:2315-2327.

31. Rogers, R.B. and M.A.L. Smith.
1992. Consequences of in vitro and ex vitro root initiation for miniature rose production. Journal of Horticultural Science 67:535-540.

30. Shibli, R.A. M.A.L. Smith and L.A. Spomer.
1992. Osmotic adjustment and growth responses of three Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat. cultivars to osmotic stress induced in vitro. Journal of Plant Nutrition 15:1373-1381.


29. Obeidy, A. and M.A.L. Smith. 1991. A versatile new tactic for fruit tree micrografting. HortTechnology 1:91-94.PDF

28. Rogers, R.B., S.L. Knight and M.A.L. Smith.
1991. Effects of growth media and aerial environments on the acclimatization of in vitro-grown miniature rose plantlets. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 9:181-184.

27. Smith, M.A.L. and A. Obeidy.
1991. Micropropagation of a mature male Kentucky Coffeetree. HortScience 26:1426.

26. Smith, M.A.L. and M.T. McClelland.
1991. Gauging the quality and performance of in vitro produced woody plants. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant 27P:52-56.

25. Smith, M.A.L., M.T. McClelland and R. Timmermann.
1991. Anomalous root formation on woody plants in vitro. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 9:61-64.

24. Smith, M.A.L., R. Wagner, J.S. Anderson and L.A. Spomer.
1991. A simple in vitro assay for Phytophthora megasperma f. sp. glycinea symptom expression on soybean taproots. Crop Science 31:1364-1366.


23. Obeidy, A. and M.A.L. Smith. 1990. Establishment of mature pecan embryo cultures on explanting media with low water availability. Plant Cell Reports 9:463-465.

22. McClelland, M.T., M.A.L. Smith and Z. Carothers.
1990. The effects of in vitro and ex vitro root initiation on subsequent microcutting root quality. Plant Cell, Tissue & Organ Culture 23:115-123.

21. Smith, M.A.L., L.A. Spomer and M.T. McClelland.
1990. Objective root zone evaluations in a microculture system. Plant Cell, Tissue & Organ Culture 23:21-26.

20. McClelland, M.T. and M.A.L. Smith.
1990. Influence of vessel type, closure, and explant orientation on in vitro performance of five woody species.HortScience 25:797-800.


19. Smith, M.A.L., L.A. Spomer, M.J. Meyer and M.T. McClelland. 1989. Non-invasive image analysis evaluation of growth during plant micropropagation. Plant Cell, Tissue & Organ Culture 19:91-102.

18. Spomer, L.A. and M.A.L. Smith. 1989. Image analysis for practical measurement of leaf water potential. Agronomy Journal 81:906-910.

17. McClelland, M.T. and M.A.L. Smith. 1989. A practical exercise demonstrates the challenge of commercial production cost accounting in nursery management. HortScience 24:733-736. (Feature article).

16. Meyer, M.J., M.A.L. Smith and S.L. Knight. 1989. Salinity effects on St. Augustinegrass: A novel system to quantify stress response. Journal of Plant Nutrition 12:893-908.

15. Smith, M.A.L. J.P. Palta, B.H. McCown and K. Steffen. 1989. Plasmolytic behavior of the donor cell may affect protoplast response. Physiologia Plantarum 76:201-204.

14. Smith, M.A.L., L.A. Spomer and E.S. Skiles. 1989. Cell osmolarity adjustment in four species of Lycopersicon in response to stress pretreatments.Journal of Plant Nutrition 12:233-244.


13. Spomer, L.A. and M.A.L. Smith. 1988. Image analysis for biological research: camera influence on measurement accuracy. Intelligent Instruments & Computers 6:201-216.

12. Smith, M.A.L., L.A. Spomer and E.S. Skiles. 1988. An evaluation of methods for measuring cell osmolarity with in vitro and in vivo grownLycopersicon plants. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 19:1965-1982.

11. Smith, M.A.L., L.A. Spomer and R.K.D. Cowen.
1988. Use of image analysis to quantify the expression of an unstable allele. The Journal of Heredity 79:147-150.

10. Spomer, L.A., M.A.L. Smith and J. Sawwan.
1988. Rapid, nondestructive measurement of chlorophyll content in leaves with non-uniform chlorophyll distribution. Photosynthesis Research 16:277-284.

9. Pieper, M. and M.A.L. Smith. 1988. A model whole plant microculture selection system for Kentucky bluegrass. Crop Science 28:611-614.


8. Smith, M.A.L. 1987. Marketing the arborist’s expertise: A classroom project. Journal of Arboriculture 13:113-115.

7. Spomer, L.A. and M.A.L. Smith.
1987. Inexpensive precision temperature control for microculture. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 9:27-36.

6. Smith, M.A.L. and L.A. Spomer.
1987. Direct quantification of in vitro cell growth through image analysis. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology 23:67-74.
PMID: 3804940.


5. Smith, M.A.L. 1986. A realistic inventory control project for nursery management students. HortScience 21:1289-1291. (Feature article).

4. Smith, M.A.L., J.P. Palta and B.H. McCown. 1986. Comparative anatomy and physiology of microcultured, seedling, and greenhouse-grown Asian white birch. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 111:437-442.


3. Smith, M.A.L., J.P. Palta and B.H. McCown. 1984. The measurement of isotonicity and maintenance of osmotic balance in plant protoplast manipulations. Plant Science Letters 33:249-258.

2. Smith, M.A.L. and B.H. McCown.
1983. A comparison of source tissue for protoplast isolation from three woody plant species. Plant Science Letters 28:149-156.

1. Smith, M.A.L. and R.D. Neely.
1981. Screening woody ornamental cuttings for propagation diseases. Plant Disease 65:893-895.