ProBE Lab


Journal Publications 

  1. Moghadas B, Bharadwaj VN, Tobey JP, Tian Y, Stabenfeldt SE, Kodibagkar VD. GdDO3NI allows imaging of hypoxia after brain injury. bioRxiv, 2021.
  2. Scarpelli ML, Healey DR, Fuentes A, Kodibagkar VD, Quarles CC. Correlation of Tumor Hypoxia Metrics Derived from 18F-Fluoromisonidazole Positron Emission Tomography and Pimonidazole Fluorescence Images of Optically Cleared Brain Tissue. Tomography, 2020;6(4):379. PMID: 33364428
  3. Scarpelli ML, Healey DR, Mehta S, Kodibagkar VD, Quarles CC. A practical method for multimodal registration and assessment of whole-brain disease burden using PET, MRI, and optical imaging. Scientific reports, 2020;10(1):1-11. PMID: 33057180
  4. Bharadwaj VN, Copeland C, Mathew E, Newbern J, Anderson TR, Lifshitz J, Kodibagkar VD, Stabenfeldt S. Sex-dependent macromolecule and nanoparticle delivery in experimental brain injury. Tissue Engineering Part A, 2020;26(13-14):688-701. PMID: 32697674
  5. Gupta S, Singh P, Moghadas B, Grim BJ, Kodibagkar VD, Green MD. Synthesis of PEG and quaternary ammonium grafted silicone copolymers as nanoemulsifiers. ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 2020;2(5):1856-1864.
  6. Shubhangi A, Gulaka PK, Ujjawal R, Kodibagkar VD. More bullets for PISTOL: linear and cyclic siloxane reported probes for quantitative 1H MR oximetry. Scientific Reports, 2020;10(1):1-10. PMID: 31996701
  7. Shankar RV, Hu HH, Jayadev NB, Chang JC, Kodibagkar VD. 2-D magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging of the pediatric brain using compressed sensing. Pediatric radiology, 2019;49(13):1798-1808. PMID: 31463513
  8. Sridharan A, Kodibagkar V, Muthuswamy J. Penetrating Microindentation of Hyper-soft, Conductive Silicone Neural Interfaces in Vivo Reveals Significantly Lower Mechanical Stresses. MRS Advances, 2019;4(46):2551-2558.
  9. Shankar RV, Kodibagkar VD. A faster PISTOL for 1H MR-based quantitative tissue oximetry. NMR in Biomedicine, 2019;32(5):e4076. PMID: 30811753
  10. Shankar RV, Chang JC, Hu HH, Kodibagkar VD. Fast data acquisiton techniques in magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging. NMR in Biomedicine, 2019;32(3):e4046. PMID: 30637822
  11. Bharadwaj VN, Rowe RK, Harrison J, Wu C, Anderson TR, Lifshitz J, Adelson PD, Kodibagkar VD, Stabenfeldt SE. Blood-brainbarrier disruption dictates nanoparticle accumulation following experimental brain injury. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine, 2018;14(7):2155-2166. PMID: 29933022
  12. Su F, Agarwal S, Pan T, Qiao Y, Zhang L, Shi Z, Kong X, Day K, Chen M, Meldrum D, Kodibagkar VD, Tian Y. Multifunctional PHPMA-derived polymer for ratiometric pH sensing, fluorescence imaging, and magnetic resonance imaging. ACS applied materials & interfaces, 2018;10(2):1556-1565. PMID: 29210559
  13. Bharadwaj VN, Nguyen DT, Kodibagkar VD, Stabenfeldt SE. Nanoparticle-Based Therapeutics for Brain Injury, 2018;7(1):1700668. PMID: 29034608
  14. Chauhan M, Shankar RV, Kumar NA, Kodibagkar VD, Sadleir  R. Multishot echo-planar MREIT for fast imaging of conductivity, current density, and electric field distributions. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 2018;79(1):71-82. PMID: 28205251
  15. Rutter EM, Stepien TL, Anderies BJ, Plasencia JD, Woolf EC, Scheck AC, Turner GH, Liu Q, Frakes D, Kodibagkar V, Kuang Y, Preul MC, Kostelich EJ. Mathematical analysis of glioma growth in a murine model. Scientific reports, 2017;7(1):1-16. PMID: 28566701
  16. Bharadwaj VN, Lifshitz J, Adelson PD, Kodibagkar VD, Stabenfeldt SE. Temporal assessment of nanoparticle accumulation after experimental brain injury: Effect of particle size. Scientific reports, 2016;6(1):1-12. PMID: 27444615
  17. Bharadwaj V, Rowe RK, Harrison J, Lifshitz J, Adelson PD, Kodibagkar VD, Stabenfeldt SE. INVESTIGATION OF NANOPARTICLE ACCUMULATION AFTER EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN INJURYJournal of Neurotrauma, 2016;33(12):A26-A26.
  18. Hallac R, Zhou H, Pidikiti R, Song K, Solberg T, Kodibagkar VD, Peschke P, and Mason RP.  A role for dynamic contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging in predicting tumor radiation response. British journal of cancer, 2016;114(11):1206-1211. PMID: 27140315
  19. Addington C, Cusick A, Shankar RV, Agarwal S, Stabenfeldt SE, Kodibagkar VD. Siloxane nanoprobes for labeling and dual functional modality imaging of neural stem cells. Annals of biomedical engineering, 2015;44(3):816-827. PMID: 26597417
  20. Maguire ML, Geethanath S, Lygate C, Kodibagkar VD, Schneider JE. Compressed sensing to accelerate magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging: evaluation and application to 23Na imaging of mouse hearts. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, 2015;17(1):1-9. PMID: 26073300
  21. Gulaka PK,  Rojas-Quijano FA, Kovács Z, Mason RP, Sherry AD, Kodibagkar VD. GdDO3NI, a nitroimidazole-based T1 MR contrast agent for imaging tumor hypoxia in vivo. JBIC Journal of Biological and Inorganic Chemistry, 2014;19(2):271-279. PMID: 24281854
  22. Geethanath S, Gulaka PK, Kodibagkar VD. Acceleration of conventional data acquisition in dynamic contrast enhancement: comparing keyhole approaches with compressive sensing. Critical ReviewsTM in Biomedical Engineering, 2014;42(6):437-450. PMID: 25955710
  23. Lewis MA, Richer E, Slavine N, Kodibagkar VD, Soesbe T, Antich PP, Mason RP. A multi-camera system for bioluminescence tomography in preclinical oncology research. Diagnostics, 2013; 3(3):325-343. PMID: 23602729
  24. Walker C, Pushpavanam K, Nair D, Potta T, Sutiyoso C, Kodibagkar VD, Sapareto S, Chang J, Rege K. Generation of polypeptide-templated gold nanoparticles using ionizing radiation. Langmuir, 2013;29(32):10166-10173. PMID: 23786455
  25. Gulaka PK, Yu J, Liu L, Mason RP, Kodibagkar VD. Novel S-Gal® analogs as 1H MRI reporters for in vivo detection of β-galactosidase. Magnetic resonance imaging, 2013;31(6):1006-1011. PMID: 23602729
  26. Yu J, Kodibagkar VD, Liu L, Zhang Z, Liu L, Magnusson J, Liu Y. 19F-MRS/1H MRI dual-function probe for detection of β-galactosidase activity. Chemical Science, 2013;4(5):2132-2142.
  27. Rojas-Quijano FA, Tircsó G, Benyó ET, Baranyai Z, Hoang HT, Kálmán FK, Gulaka PK, Kodibagkar VD, Aime S, Kovács Z, Sherry AD. Synthesis and Characterization of a Hypoxia Sensitive MRI Probe. Chemistry–A European Journal, 2012;18(31):9669-9676. PMID: 22740186
  28. Jordan VC, Kodibagkar VD, Beeman S, Hann B, Bennett KM.  Principles and emerging applications of nanomagnetic materials in medicine. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology, 2012;4(4):345-365. PMID: 22488879
  29. Yu J, Gulaka PK, Liu L, Kodibagkar VD, Mason RP. Novel Fe3+-Based 1H MRI β-Galactosidase Reporter Molecules. ChemPlusChem, 2012;77(5): 370-378. PMID: 23807909
  30. Yu J, Kodibagkar VD, Hallac RR, Liu L, Mason RP.  Dual 19F/1H MR Gene Reporter Molecules for in Vivo Detection of β-Galactosidase. Bioconjugate chemistry, 2012;23(3):596-603. PMID: 22352428
  31. Geethanath S, Baek H, Ganji SK, Ding Y, Maher EA, Sims RD, Choi C, Lewis MA, Kodibagkar VD. Compressive sensing could accelerate 1H MR metabolic imaging in the clinic. Radiology, 2012;262(3):985-994. PMID: 22357898
  32. Menon JU, Gulaka PK, McKay MA, Geethanath S, Liu L, Kodibagkar VD. Dual-modality, dual-functional nanoprobes for cellular and molecular Imaging. Theranostics, 2012; 2(12):1199-1207. PMID: 23382776
  33. Gulaka PK, Rastogi U, McKay MA, Wang X, Mason RP, Kodibagkar VD. Hexamethyldisiloxane based nanoprobes for 1H MRI oximetry. NMR in Biomedicine, 2011;24(10):1226-1234. PMID: 21412864
  34. Liu S, Shah SJ, Wilmes LJ, Feiner J, Kodibagkar VD, Wendland MF, Mason RP, Hylton N, Hopf HW, Rollins MD. Quantitative tissue oxygen measurement in multiple organs using 19F MRI in a rat model. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 2011;66(6):1722–1730. PMID: 21688315
  35. Kucejova B, Sunny N, Nguyen AD, Hallac R, Fu X, Pena-Llopis S, Mason RP, DeBerardinis R, Xie X, DeBose-Boyd R, Kodibagkar VD, Burgess S, and Brugarolas J. Uncoupling oxygen sensing from hypoxia signaling in the liver results in hypoketonic hypoglycemic death. Oncogene, 2011;30(18):2147-2160. PMID: 21217781
  36. Geethanath S, Moeller S, Corum CA, Lewis MA, Kodibagkar VD. A swifter SWIFT using compressive sensing. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med, 2011;19:2833.
  37. Gulaka PK, Rojas-Quijano FA, Kovacs Z, Mason RP, Sherry AD, Kodibagkar VD. Imaging hypoxia using a nitroimidazole based T1 MR contrast agent. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med, 2011;19:1672.
  38. Geethanath S, Baek HM, Ganji SK, Ding Y, Sims RD, Choi C, Kodibagkar VD. Fast 1H metabolic imaging of cancer. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med, 2011;19:145.
  39. Lewis MA, Kodibagkar VD, Öz OK, Mason RP. On the potential for molecular imaging with Cerenkov luminescence. Optics letters, 2010;35(23), 3889-3891. PMID: 21124555
  40. Cui W, Liu L, Kodibagkar VD, Mason RP. S-Gal®, A novel 1H MRI reporter for β-galactosidase. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 2010;64(1):65-71. PMID: 20572145
  41. Mason RP, Zhao D, Pacheco-Torres J, Cui W, Kodibagkar VD, Gulaka PK, Hao G, Thorpe P, Hahn EW, Peschke P. Multimodality imaging of hypoxia in preclinical settings. The quarterly journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, 2010;54(3), 259-280. PMID: 20639813
  42. Liu S, Shah SJ, Wilmes LJ, Kodibagkar V, Wendland MF, Hylton N, Hopf HW, Mason RP, Rollins MD. EVALUATION OF SEVERE ANEMIA BY QUANTITATIVELY MEASURING MULTI-ORGAN OXYGEN USING 19F MRI IN A RAT MODEL. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med, 2009;17:4356.
  43. Zhou Y, Gulaka P, Zhou J, Xiao M, Xu D, Hsieh JT, Kodibagkar VD, Sun X. Preparation and evaluation of a radioisotope-incorporated iron oxide core/Au shell nanoplatform for dual modality imaging. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 2008;4(4): 474–481.
  44. Kodibagkar VD, Wang X, Pacheco-Torres J, Gulaka P, Mason RP. Proton imaging of siloxanes to map tissue oxygenation levels (PISTOL): a tool for quantitative tissue oximetry. NMR in Biomedicine: An International Journal Devoted to the Development and Application of Magnetic Resonance In vivo, 2008;21(8):899-907. PMID: 18574806
  45. Yu J*, Kodibagkar VD*, Liu L, Mason RP. A 19F-NMR approach using reporter molecule pairs to assess beta-galactosidase in human xenograft tumors in vivo. NMR in Biomedicine: An International Journal Devoted to the Development and Application of Magnetic Resonance In vivo, 2008;21(7):704-712. PMID: 18288788
  46. Jennewein M, Lewis MA, Zhao D, Tsyganov E, Slavine N, He J, Watkins L, Kodibagkar VD, O’Kelly S, Kulkarni P, Antich PP, Hermanne A, Rösch F, Mason RP, Thorpe PE. Vascular imaging of solid tumors in rats with a radioactive arsenic-labeled antibody that binds exposed phosphatidylserine. Clinical Cancer Research, 2008;14(5):1377-1385. PMID: 18316558
  47. Kodibagkar VD, Wang X, Mason RP. Physical principles of quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance oximetry. Front Biosci, 2008;13(13):1371-1384. PMID: 17981636
  48. Ali MM, Woods M, Suh EH, Kovacs Z, Tircso G, Zhao P, Kodibagkar VD, Sherry AD. Albumin-binding PARACEST agents. JBIC Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 2007;12(6):855-865. PMID: 17534672
  49. Kodibagkar VD, Yu J, Liu L, Hetherington HE, Mason RP. Imaging b-galactosidase activity using 19F CSI of LacZ gene-reporter molecule 2-fluoro-4-nitrophenol-b-D-galactopyranoside. Magnetic resonance imaging, 2006;24(7): 959-962. PMID: 16916713
  50. Xia M, Kodibagkar VD, Constantinescu A, Mason RP, Liu H. Tumor oxygen dynamics measured simultaneously by near-infrared spectroscopy and 19F MR EPI imaging in rats, Phys. Med. Biol. 2006;51(1):45-60. PMID: 16557430
  51. Yu J, Liu L, Kodibagkar VD, Cui W, Mason RP. Synthesis and evaluation of novel enhanced gene reporter molecules: Detection of b-Galactosidase activity using 19F NMR of trifluoromethylated aryl b-D-galactopyranosides. Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry, 2006;14(2):326-333. PMID: 16185878
  52. Kodibagkar VD, Mason RP. Proton Imaging of Silanes to map Tissue Oxygenation Levels (PISTOL): a new tool for quantitative tissue oximetry. Proc Intl Soc Magn Reson Med, 2006;14:928.
  53. Xia M, Kodibagkar V, Liu H, Mason RP. Tumor oxygen dynamics measured simultaneously by near-infrared spectroscopy and 19F magnetic resonance in rats. Physics in Medicine & Biology, 2005;51(1):45.
  54. Yu J, Kodibagkar VD, Cui W, Mason RP. 19F: a versatile reporter for non-invasive physiology and pharmacology using magnetic resonance. Current medicinal chemistry, 2005;12(7):819-848. PMID: 15853714
  55. Kodibagkar VD, Browning CD, Tang X, Wu Y, Bowman Jr. RC, Conradi MS. Magnetic alignment in nominally non-magnetic hexagonal metal hydrides: NMR. Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance, 2003;24(4):254-262. PMID: 14642420
  56. Kodibagkar VD, Browning CD, Udovic TJ, Conradi MS. Deuterium NMR study of structure and motion in LuD3. Physical Review B, 2003;67(17):174115.
  57. Kodibagkar VD, Fedders PA, Browning CD, Conradi MS, Bowman Jr. RC, Adolphi NL. Vacancy ordering phase transition in (formula presented) NMR and electronic structure study. Physical Review B-Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 2003;67(4).
  58. Kodibagkar VD, Fedders PA, Browning CD, Bowman Jr. RC, Adolphi NL, Conradi MS. Vacancy ordering phase transition in ZrBe2(H/D)x: NMR and electronic structure study. Physical Review B, 2003;67(4):045107.
  59. Kodibagkar VD, Fedders PA, Browning CD, Bowman Jr. RC, Adolphi NL, Conradi MS. Vacancy ordering phase transition in ZrBe2(H/D)x. Physical Review B-Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 2003;67(4):451071-451077.
  60. Kodibagkar VD, Fedders PA, Browning CD, Bowman Jr. RC, Adolphi NL, Conradi MS. Electronic structure: Wide-band, narrow-band, and strongly correlated systems-Vacancy ordering phase transition in ZrBe2 (H/D) x: NMR and electronic structure study. Physical Review-Section B-Condensed Matter, 2003;67(4):45107-45107.
  61. Kodibagkar VD, Herberg JL, Bowman Jr. RC, Conradi MS. NMR study of a temperature-induced structural transition in ZrBe2Dx. Journal of alloys and compounds, 2002;330:179-182.
  62. Saam BT, Yablonskiy DA, Kodibagkar VD, Leawoods JL, Gierada DS, Cooper JD, Lefrak SS, Conradi MS. MR imaging of diffusion of 3He gas in healthy and diseased lungs. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2000;44(2):174-179. PMID:10918314
  63. Kodibagkar VD, Conradi MS. Remote Tuning of NMR Probe Circuits. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2000;144(1):53-57. PMID: 10783273

Book Chapters

  1. Agarwal S, Kodibagkar VD. “Targeted Contrast Agents for 1H MRI of tumor microenvironment” in Cancer Therapeutics and Imaging: Molecular and Cellular Engineering and Nanobiomedicine, World Scientific Publishing. Eds. Rege K, Goklany S. 2018;261-315.
  2. Kodibagkar VD, Hallac RR, Zhao D, Yu J, Mason RP. “19F NMR: clinical and molecular imaging applications” in Fluorine in Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry: From Biophysical Aspects to Clinical Applications, Imperial College Press, Eds. Gouvernear V, Müller K. 2012;461-497.