Refereed Books and Book Chapters:

  1. Sioutas, C., and Koutrakis P. (1996). Measurement of Acidic Particles and Gases. In The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, (Editor Otto Hutzinger); pp. 201-232, Springer/Verlag.
  2. Sioutas, C. and Koutrakis, P. “Characterization of Particles: Composition and Sources”; in Particles in Our Air: Concentration and Health Effects, (Editors Richard C. Wilson and John D. Spengler); pp. 15-40, Harvard University Press, 1996.
  3. Sioutas, C. and Koutrakis P. “Development of Small Cutpoint Virtual Impactors and Applications in Air Pollution and Environmental Health” in Advances in Aerosol Filtration, Editor Kvetoslav Spurny; CRC Lewis Publishers, pp. 453-470, 1998
  4. Sioutas, C. “Measurement and Presentation of Aerosol Size Distributions” in Air Sampling Instruments, American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, Cincinnati, Ohio, 9th edition, pages 135-148, 2001.
  5. Singh, M. and Sioutas, C. “Assessment of Exposure to Airborne Particles”. In Airborne Particles and Settled Dust in the Indoor Environment, WILEY-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, Eds. L. Morawska and T. Salthammer, pages 369-397, 2003.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications:

(Asterisk indicates papers in which I am the corresponding author)

Total number of citations according to the ISI Web of Science as of November 2019: 21,587;  H-Index: 75 (Google Scholar Citations : 29,792; H-index: 88)

1. Koutrakis, P., Sioutas *, C., Ferguson S.T., and Wolfson, J.M. “Development and evaluation of a glass honeycomb denuder/filter pack system to collect atmospheric gases and particles.” Environmental Science & Technology, 27, 12:2497-2501, 1993


2. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis, P., and Wolfson, J.M. “Particle loss in glass honeycomb denuders”.  Aerosol Science & Technology, 21 (2):137-149, 1994.


3. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis P., and Olson, B.A. “Development of a low cutpoint virtual impactor”. Aerosol Science & Technology, 21 (3):223-236, 1994.


4. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis, P., and Burton, R.M. “Development of a low cutpoint slit virtual impactor for sampling ambient fine particles.”  Journal of Aerosol Science, 25(7): 1321-1330, 1994.


5. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis, P., and Burton, R.M. “A high-volume small cutpoint virtual impactor for separation of atmospheric particulate from gaseous pollutants.”  Particulate Science and Technology, 12(3):207-221, 1994.


6. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis, P., and Burton, R.M. “A technique to expose animals to concentrated fine ambient aerosols.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 103:172-177, 1995.


7. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis, P., Ferguson, S.T., and Burton, R.M. “Development and evaluation of an ambient particle concentrator for inhalation exposure studies.”  Inhalation Toxicology, 7:633-644, 1995.


8. Sioutas*, C., Wang, P.Y., Ferguson, S.T., Koutrakis, P., and Mulik, J.D. “Laboratory and field evaluation of an improved glass honeycomb denuder/filter pack sampler.”  Atmospheric. Environment, 30 (6):885-895, 1996.


9. Sioutas*, C. and Koutrakis, P. “Inertial separation of ultrafine particles using a condensational growth/virtual impaction system.”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 25(4): 424-436, 1996.


10. Godleski, J., Sioutas, C., Katler, M., and Koutrakis, P. “Death from inhalation of concentrated ambient air particles in animal models of pulmonary disease.” Peer-reviewed Proceedings of the Second Colloquium on Particulate Air Pollution and Health Effects (editors; R.F. Phalen and J. Lee), pp. 4136 – 4143, 1996.


11. Allen, G.A., Sioutas, C., Koutrakis, P., Reiss, R., and Wilson, W. “Evaluation of the TEOM method for measurement of ambient particulate mass in urban areas.”  Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 47:682-689, 1997.


12. Sioutas*, C., Wolfson, M., Ferguson, S.T., Ozkaynak, H. and Koutrakis, P.K. “Inertial collection of fine particles using a high-volume rectangular geometry conventional impactor.”  Journal of Aerosol Science, 6:1015-1028, 1997.


13. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis, P., Godleski, J., Ferguson, S.T., Kim, C.S. and Burton, R.M. “Harvard/EPA ambient fine particle concentrators for human and animal exposures.” Journal of Aerosol Science, 28(6):1057-1071, 1997.


14. Goldsmith, C.A., Frevert, C., Imrich, A., Sioutas, C. and Kobzik, L. “Alveolar macrophage interaction with air pollution particulates.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 105:1191-1195, 1997


15. Sioutas*, C., Koutrakis, P., Wang, P.Y, Babich, P., and Wolfson, J.M. “Experimental investigation of pressure drop with particle loading in Nuclepore filters.”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 30:71-83, 1999


16. Sioutas*, C.  “A Pilot Study to Characterize Fine Particles in the Environment of an Automotive Manufacturing Facility”.  Applied Occupational and Industrial Hygiene, 14:1-9, 1999.


17. Sioutas*, C., Abt., E., Wolfson, J.M., Koutrakis, P. “Effect of particle size on mass concentration measurement by the Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer and the Aerodynamic Particle Sizer.” Aerosol Science and Technology, 30:84-92, 1999.


18. Kidwell, C.B., Ondov, J.M., Sioutas C. and Koutrakis, P. “Ambient aerosol concentration by condensation and virtual inaction for collection and chemical analysis”.  Journal of Aerosol Science, 29: 1039-1042, 1998.


19. Sioutas*, C., Kim, S., and Chang, M.  “Development and evaluation of a prototype ultrafine particle concentrator.”  Journal of Aerosol Science, 30 (8):1001-1012, 1999.


20. Sioutas*, C., Chang, M., Kim, S., Ferguson, S.T. and Koutrakis, P.  “Design and experimental characterization of a PM1 and a PM2.5 personal sampler. “  Journal of Aerosol Science, 30(6): 693-707, 1999.


21. Chang, M., Kim, S and Sioutas*, C. “Experimental studies on particle impaction and bounce; effects of substrate design and material.”  Atmospheric Environment, 15: 2313-2323, 1999.


22. Clarke, R.W., Catalano, P., Gazula, G., Sioutas, C., Ferguson, S.T., Koutrakis, P., Godleski, J.J “Inhalation of concentrated ambient particles (CAPS) induces pulmonary alterations in normal and chronic bronchitic rats. “  Inhalation Toxicology, 11:101-120, 1999.


23. Allen, G.A., Sioutas, C., and Koutrakis, P.  “Techniques for high-quality ambient coarse particulate mass measurements.”  Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 49:133-141, 1999.


24. Kim, S., Chang, M., and Sioutas*, C*   “Electrostatic enhancement of stainless steel fiber filters.” Aerosol Science and Technology, 32:197-213, 2000


25. Chang, M.C., Sioutas*, C., Kim, S., Gong, H., and Linn, W.  “Reduction of nitrate losses from filter and impactor samplers by means of concentration enrichment.” Atmospheric Environment, 34:86-98, 2000.


26. Babich, P., Wang, P.Y. Allen, G.A., Sioutas, C. and Koutrakis, P. “Development and evaluation of a continuous PM2.5 ambient mass monitor.” Aerosol Science and Technology, 32(4):309-325, 2000


27. Gong, H. Jr., Sioutas, C., Linn, W.S., Clark, K.W., Terrell, S. L., Terrell, L.T., Anderson, K.R., Kim, S. and Chang, M.C.  “A pilot study of controlled human exposures to concentrated ambient fine particles in metropolitan Los Angeles”. Inhalation Toxicology, 12(1):107-119, 2000


28. Kim, S., Chang, M.C. and Sioutas*, C.  “A new generation of portable Coarse, Fine and Ultrafine Particle Concentrators for use in inhalation toxicology”. Inhalation Toxicology, 12(1):121-137, 2000.


29. Sioutas*, C., Kim, S., Chang, M.C., Terrell. L. and Gong, H. “’ Field evaluation of a modified DataRAM Mie scattering monitor for real-time PM2.5 mass concentration measurements”. Atmospheric Environment, 34(28); 4829-4838, 2000.


30. Kim, S., Sioutas*, C., Chang, M.C., Gong, H., Linn, W.S. “Factors affecting the stability of the performance of Ambient Fine Particle Concentrators.” Inhalation Toxicology, 12(4): 281-298, 2000.


31. Chang, M.C., Sioutas*, C., Fokkens, P.B and Cassee, F.R.  “Field Evaluation of A mobile High- Capacity Particle Size Classifier (HCPSC) for separate collection of coarse, fine and ultrafine particles”. Journal of Aerosol Science, 32 (1): 139-156, 2001.


32. Kim, S., Jaques, P., Chang, M.C., Froines, J.R. and Sioutas* C.  “A versatile aerosol concentrator for simultaneous in vivo and in vitro evaluation of toxic effects of coarse, fine and ultrafine particles: Part I: Laboratory evaluation”.  Journal of Aerosol Science,11: 1281-1297, 2001


33. Kim, S., Jaques, P., Chang, M.C., Xiong, C., Friedlander, S.K. and Sioutas* C.  “A versatile aerosol concentrator for simultaneous in vivo and in vitro evaluation of toxic effects of coarse, fine and ultrafine particles: Part II: Field evaluation”.  Journal of Aerosol Science, 11: 1299-1314, 2001


34. Mermelstein, J., Kim, S. and Sioutas*, C.  “Electrostatically enhanced stainless steel filters; effect of filter structure and pore size on particle removal”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 36: 1-14, 2002


35. Chang, M.C., Geller, M., Cassee, F.R. and Sioutas*, C.  “Development and experimental evaluation of the performance of a coarse particle concentrator for human exposure studies.”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 36:492-501, 2002


36. Geller, M., Chang, M.C., Lipsett, M., Ostro, B. and Sioutas*, C. “Characteristics and indoor/outdoor relationship of coarse and fine particles in the Coachella Valley, California”. Atmospheric Environment, 36(6): 1099-1110, 2002.


37. Misra, C., Geller, M., Sioutas*, C and Solomon P.  “Development and evaluation of a continuous coarse particle monitor”. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 51:1309-1317, 2001.


38. Geller, M.D., Kim, S. Misra, C., Sioutas*, C., Olson, B.A and Marple, V.A. “Methodology for measuring size-dependent chemical composition of ultrafine particles “ Aerosol Science and Technology, 36(6): 748-763, 2002


39. Misra, C., Kim S., Shen S. and Sioutas* C.  “Design and evaluation of a high-flow rate, very low pressure drop impactor for separation and collection of fine from ultrafine particles”.   Journal of Aerosol Science, 33(5): 735-752, 2002


40. Li, N., Kim, S., Wang, M., Froines, J.R., Sioutas, C. and Nel, A. “Use of a Stratified Oxidative Stress Model to Study the Biological Effects of Ambient Concentrated and Diesel Exhaust Particulate Matter”.  Inhalation Toxicology, 14(5): 459-486, 2002


41. Becker, S., Soukup, J.M.  Fokkens, P.H.B., Sioutas, C.  and Cassee, F.R.  Functional alterations in human alveolar macrophages following exposure to ultrafine, fine and coarse urban air pollution particles.  Experimental Lung Research,  29 (1): 29-44 2003


42. Zhu, Y., Hinds, W.C., Kim, S and Sioutas*, C. “Concentration and Size Distribution of Ultrafine Particles near a Major Highway”. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 52:1032-1042, 2002


43. Singh, M., Jaques, P. and Sioutas*, C. “Particle-bound metals in source and receptor sites of the Los Angeles Basin”. Atmospheric Environment,  36(10): 1675-168, 2002


44. Kim, S., Shi, S., Zhu, Y., Hinds, W.C., and Sioutas*, C. “Size Distribution, Diurnal and Seasonal Trends of Ultrafine Particles in Source and Receptor Sites of the Los Angeles Basin”.  Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 52:174-185, 2002


45. Misra, C., Singh, M., Hall, P. and Sioutas*, C. “Development and evaluation of a personal cascade impactor sampler (PCIS)”. Journal of Aerosol Science, 33(7), 1027-1047, 2002


46. Shen, S., Zhu, Y., Jaques PA and Sioutas* C. “Evaluation of the SMPS-APS system as a Continuous Monitor for PM2.5 and PM10”.  Atmospheric Environment, 36, 3939-3950, 2002


47. Zhu, Y., Hinds, W.C., Kim, S., Shen, S. and Sioutas*, C.  “Study on Ultrafine Particles and other Vehicular Pollutants near a Busy Highway”. Atmospheric Environment. 36, 4375-4383, 2002.


48. Eiguren-Fernandez A., Miguel A.H, Jaques, P. and Sioutas, C.  “Evaluation of a Denuder-MOUDI-PUF Sampling System to Determine the Size Distribution of Semivolatile Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Atmosphere”.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 37: 201-209, 2003


49. Fine, P.M., Hering, S.V., Jaques P.A. and Sioutas*, C. “Performance Evaluation and Field Use of a Continuous Monitor for Measuring Size-Segregated PM2.5 Particulate Nitrate”.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 37: 342-354, 2003


50. Misra, C., Geller, M.D., Solomon, P.A. and Sioutas*, C. “Development of a PM10 Inertial Impactor for Coarse Particle Measurement and Speciation.”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 37:271-282, 2003


51. Zhu, Y., Hinds, W.C., Kim, S., Shen, S. and Sioutas*, C. “Seasonal Trends of Concentration and Size Distributions of Ultrafine Particles Near Major Freeways in Los Angeles”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 38, 5-13, 2004.


52. Lippmann, M., Frampton, M., Schwartz, J., Dockery, D., Schlesinger, R.B., Koutrakis, P, Froines, J.R., Jack Finkelstein, J., Godleski, J.J., Koenig, J., Larson T., D., Liu, S.D., Oberdörster, D., Peters, A., Sarnat, J.,  Sioutas, C.,  Utell M. “The EPA’S PARTICULATE MATTER (PM) Health Effects Research Centers Program : A Mid-Course (2 1/2 year) Report of Status, Progress, and Plans Environmental Health Perspectives, 111 (8): 1074-1092, 2003.


53. Kleinman, M.T., Sioutas, C., Chang, M.C., A.J.F. Boere and Cassee, F.R. “Ambient fine and coarse particle suppression of alveolar macrophage functions”. Toxicology Letters, 137/3: 151- 158, 2003


54. Gong, H.Jr, Linn, W.S., Sioutas, C., Terrell S.L., Clark, K.W., Anderson K.R and Terrell, L . “Controlled Exposures of Healthy and Asthmatic Volunteers to Concentrated Ambient Fine Particles in Los Angeles”. Inhalation Toxicology, 15(4), 305-325, 2003


55. Li, N., Sioutas, C., Froines, J.R., Cho, A., Misra, C and Nel, A.,  “Ultrafine Particulate Pollutants Induce Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Damage” Environmental Health Perspectives, 111 (4), 455-460, 2003


56. Chakrabarti, B., Singh, M and Sioutas* C.  “Development of a Continuous Monitor For Measuring the Mass Concentration of Ultrafine PM.”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 38, 239-252, 2004.


57. Smith K.R., Kim, S., Recendez, J.J., Sioutas*, C. and Kent E. Pinkerton, “Airborne particles of the California Central Valley alter the lungs of healthy adult rats.”  Environmental Health Perspectives, 111:902-908, 2003.


58. Jaques, P.A., Ambs, J.L. and Sioutas*, C. “Field Evaluation Of The Differential TEOM® Monitor For Continuous PM2.5 Mass Concentrations “.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 38, 49-59, 2004.


59. Singh, M., Misra, C., and Sioutas, C*. “Field Evaluation of a Particle Monitor for Size-Dependent Measurement of Mass and Chemical Composition of Individual Exposures to PM”. Atmospheric Environment, 37(34), 4781-4793, 2003.


60. Misra, C., Fine, P.M., Singh, M. and Sioutas, C*.  “Development and Evaluation of an Ultrafine Particle Concentrator Facility for Human Exposures”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 38, 27-35, 2004.


61. Fine, P.M., Si, S., Geller, M.G., and Sioutas*, C.  “Inferring the Sources of Fine and Ultrafine PM at Downwind Receptor Areas in the Los Angeles Basin Using Multiple Continuous Monitors”.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 38, 182-195, 2004.


62. Chakrabarti, B., Fine, P.M, Delfino R.J. and Sioutas* C. “Performance Evaluation of an active personal DataRAM PM2.5 mass monitor (Thermo Anderson pDR-1200) designed for continuous personal exposure measurements” Atmospheric Environment, 38(20), 3329-3340, 2004.


63. Yu, R.C., Teh, H.W., Sioutas, C. and Froines, J.R. “Quality Control of Semi-Continuous Mobility Size-Fractionated Particle Number Concentration Data”. Atmospheric Environment, 38(20), 3341-3348, 2004.


64. Miguel, A.H., Eiguren-Fernandez, A., Jaques, P.A., Mayo, P.R. and Sioutas, C. “Seasonal variation of the particle size distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and of major aerosol species in Claremont, California” Atmospheric Environment, 38(20), 3241-3251, 2004.


65. Geller, M.D., Fine, P.M. and Sioutas* C. “The Relationship Between Real-Time and Time-Integrated Fine and Coarse Particle Concentrations at an Urban Site in Los Angeles, CA”.  Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 54 (9): 1029-1039 , 2004


66. Gong, H., Jr., Linn, W.S., Terrell, S.L., Clark, K.W., Anderson, K.R., Neil, A., Sioutas, C  and Devlin R.B.. “Exposures of Elderly Volunteers With and Without Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease to Concentrated Ambient Fine Particulate Pollution”. Inhalation Toxicology Volume 16 (11-12), 731 – 744, 2004.


67. Sardar, S.B., Fine P.M., Jaques, P.A and Sioutas*. C.  “Seasonal and Spatial Variability of the Size-Resolved Chemical Composition of PM10 in the Los Angeles Basin”  Journal of Geophysical Research, 110 (D7): Art. No. D07S08, 2005.


68. Gong, H., Jr., Linn, W.S., Terrell, S.L., Clark, K.W., Geller, M.D and Sioutas, C. “Altered Heart Rate Variability In Asthmatic and Healthy Volunteers Exposed to Concentrated Ambient Coarse Particles”. Inhalation Toxicology, 16(6), 335-343, 2004.


69. Hering, S.V., Fine, P.M., Sioutas, C, Jaques, P.A., Ambs, J.L., Hogrefe O. and Demerjian, K.L. “Field Assessment of the Dynamics of Particulate Nitrate Vaporization Using Differential TEOM® and Automated Nitrate Monitors “. Atmospheric Environment, 38(31), 5183-5182, 2004.


70. Ozis F., Singh M., Devinny, J. and Sioutas*, C. “Ambient Ultrafine and Fine Particulate Matter Removal by Granular Filter Bed Filters”. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 54, 935-941, 2004.


71. Fine, P.M., Chakrabarti, B, Krudysz M., Schauer J.J. and Sioutas*, C. “Seasonal, Spatial, and Diurnal Variations of Individual Organic Compound Constituents of Ultrafine and Accumulation Mode PM in the Los Angeles Basin”.   Environmental Science and Technology, 1296 – 1304, 2004.


72. Sioutas, C., Pandis, S., Allen, D.T. and Solomon, P.A. “Special issue of Atmospheric Environment on findings from EPA’s particulate matter Supersites program”.  Atmospheric Environment 38(20), 3101-3106, 2004.


73. Sardar, S.B., Fine P.M., and Sioutas*. C.  “The Relationship Between Particle Number and Co-pollutant Concentrations in the Los Angeles Basin” Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 54, 992-1005, 2004


74. Sioutas C*, McMurry P.H., Biswas P., Hinds W.C., and Wilson W.E. “Atmospheric nanoparticles (ultrafine particles)”.  Journal of Nanoparticle Research,  6 (2-3): 319-324, 2004


75. Campbell A, Becaria A, Kleinman M, Meacher D, Oldham M, Sioutas C, Bondy SC “Particulate matter in polluted air increases inflammatory indices in mouse brain

Journal of Neuroimmunology: 154(1-2): 165-169, 2004


76. Campbell A., Oldham  M., Becaria A., Bondy S.C., Meacher D., Sioutas C., Misra C.,. Mendez L.B. and Kleinman M.T. “Particulate Matter in Polluted Air May Increase Biomarkers of Inflammation in Mouse Brain”.  Neurotoxicology, 26, 133-140, 2005


77. Kleinman M.T. , Sioutas, C., Stram, D., Froines, J.R., Cho, A.K., Chakrabarti, B., Meacher. D., and Oldham M. “Inhalation of concentrated ambient particulate matter near a heavily trafficked road stimulates antigen-induced airway responses in mice”.   Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 55:1277–1288, 2005.


78. Zhang, K.M., Wexler, A.S., Zhu, Y., Hinds, W.C. and Sioutas, C.  “Evolution of Particle Number Distributions Near Roadways.  Part II: The “Road-to-Ambient Process”. Atmospheric Environment, 38, 6655-6665, 2004


79. Zhao, Y., Bein, K.J., Wexler, A.S., Misra, C., Fine, P.M. and C. Sioutas*, C. “Using a Particle Concentrator to Increase the Hit Rates of Single Particle Mass Spectrometers”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110 (D7): Art. No. D07S02, 2005.


80. Sardar, S., Fine, M., Mayo. P.R. and Sioutas*, C.  “Size Fractionated Chemical Speciation Measurements of Ultrafine Particles in Los Angeles Using the NanoMOUDI”.  Environmental Science and Technology, 39: 932-944, 2005


81. Phuleria, H., Fine, P.M., Zhu, Y. and Sioutas* , C.  “Characterization of Particulate Matter and co-Pollutants During the Fall 2003 Southern California Fires”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110 (D7): Art. No. D07S20, 2005


82. Li N., Alam J., Eiguren, A, Slaughter N., Wang X., Huang A., Wang M., Sioutas C. and Nel, A.E. “Nrf2 is a Key Transcription Factor in Antioxidant Defense in Macrophages and Epithelial Cells: Protecting Against the Injurious Effects of Pro-oxidative Air Pollutants”.  Journal of Immunology, 173 (5): 3467-3481, 2004.


83. Xia T, Korge P, Weiss JN, Li N, Venkatesen MI, Sioutas C, and Nel A. “Quinones and Aromatic Chemical Compounds in Particulate Matter (PM) Induce Mitochondrial Dysfunction: Implications for Ultrafine Particle Toxicity.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 112(14):1347-1358, 2004


84. Lee, J.H., Hopke, P.K., Holsen, T.M., Wilson, W.E., Sioutas, C. and Ambs, J.L. “Performance Evaluation of Continuous PM2.5 Mass Concentration Monitors”. Journal of Aerosol Science, 36(1), 95-109, 2005


85. Khlystov, A., Zhang, Q., Jimenez, J.L., Stanier, C.O., Pandis, S., Wornsop, D.R., Misra, C., Fine, P.M. and Sioutas, C. “In-situ Concentration of Semi-volatile Aerosol Using Water-Condensation Technology” Journal of Aerosol Science, 36(7):866-880, 2005.


86. Zhu, Y., Hinds, W., Krudysz M., Kuhn, T., Froines, J.R., and Sioutas, C.” Penetration of freeway ultrafine particles into indoor environments”.  Journal of Aerosol Science, 36(3): 303-322, 2005


87. Kuhn, T., Zhu, Y., Hinds, W., Krudysz M., Fine, P.M., Froines, J.R., and Sioutas, C.” Volatility of indoor and outdoor ultrafine particulate matter near a freeway.” Journal of Aerosol Science, 36(3): 291-303, 2005


88. Gong, H.J., Linn, W.S., Clark, K.L., Anderson, K.R., Geller, M.G., and Sioutas, C “Respiratory responses to exposures with fine particulates and nitrogen dioxide in the elderly with and without COPD”.  Inhalation Toxicology, 17 (3): 123-132, 2005


89. Cho A.K., Sioutas C., Schmitz, D.A., Kumagai Y., Singh M., Miguel A.H and Froines, J.R. “Redox activity of airborne particulate matter (PM) at different sites in the Los Angeles Basin” Environmental Research, 99 (1): 40 – 47, 2005.


90. Cassee. F.R., Boere, J.F., Fokkens, P.H., Sioutas, C., Kooter, I.M. and Dormans, J.A. “Inhalation toxicity Studies with Concentrated Particulate Matter in Compromised Rats.”  Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 68 (10):773-796, 2005


91. Geller, M.D., Biswas, S., Fine, P.M. and Sioutas*, C. “A Compact Aerosol Concentrator for Use in Conjunction With Low Flow-Rate Continuous Aerosol Instrumentation.” Journal of Aerosol Science, 36, Issue 8: 1006-1022, 2005.


92. Kuhn, T., Biswas, S., Fine, P.M., Geller, M.D. and Sioutas* C. “Physical and Chemical Characteristics and Volatility of PM in the Proximity of a Light-Duty Vehicle Freeway.” Aerosol Science and Technology, 39(4): 347-357, 2005.


93. Biswas, S., Fine, P.M., Geller, M.D., Hering, S.V, and Sioutas*, C. “Performance Evaluation of a Recently Developed Water-Based Condensation Particle Counter”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 39 (5): 419-427, 2005


94. Westerdahl, D., Fruin, S., Sax, T., Fine, P.M. and Sioutas, C. “ A Mobile Platform Approach to Measuring Ultrafine Particles and Associated Pollutant Concentrations on Freeways and Residential Streets in Los Angeles.”  Atmospheric Environment,  39 (20):3597-3610, 2005.


95. Sioutas*, C., Delfino, R.J. and Singh, M.” Exposure Assessment to Atmospheric Ultrafine Particles (UFP) and Implications in Epidemiological Research”.  Environmental Health Perspectives, 113: 947–955, 2005.


96. Delfino RJ, Sioutas C, and Malik S. “ Potential role of ultrafine particles in associations between airborne particle mass and cardiovascular health”. Environmental Health Perspectives, 113: 934–946, 2005.


97. Zhang, K.M., Wexler, A.S., Niemeyer, D.A., Zhu, Y., Hinds, W.C. and Sioutas, C.  “Evolution of Particle Number Distributions Near Roadways.  Part III: Traffic Analysis and On-Road Size-Resolved Particulate Emission Factors”.  Atmospheric Environment, 39(22): 4155-4166, 2005.


98. Miguel, A.H., Eiguren-Fernandez, A., Sioutas, C., Fine, P.M., Geller, M.D, and Mayo, P.R. “Observations of Twelve US EPA Priority Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Aitken Size Range  (10-32nm).”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 39(5): 415-418, 2005.


99. Geller, M.D., Sardar, S., Fine, P.M. and Sioutas*, C. “Measurements of Particle Number and Mass Concentrations in a Roadway Tunnel Environment”.  Environmental Science and Technology, 39: 8653-8663, 2005.


100. Kuhn, T., Biswas, S. and Sioutas*, C. “Diurnal and Seasonal Characteristics of Particle Volatility and Chemical Composition Near a Light-Duty Vehicle Freeway“.  Atmospheric Environment, 39(7): 7154-7166, 2005


101. Staimer, N., Delfino R.J., Kleinman, M.T.,  Bufalino C., Fine, P.M. and Sioutas, C. “A  Miniaturized Active Sampler for the Assessment of Personal Exposure to Nitrogen Dioxide”.  Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 383 (6): 955-962 , 2005


102. Singh, M., Phuleria, H., Bowers, K.L. and Sioutas*, C. “Seasonal and Spatial Trends in Particle Number Concentrations and Size Distributions at the Children’s Health Study Sites in Southern California”.  Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 16, 3–18, 2006.


103. Arhami, M., Kuhn, T., Fine, P.M., Delfino, R.J., and Sioutas*, C. “Field evaluation of the effects of sampling artifacts and operating parameters on the performance of a semi-continuous EC/OC monitor”.    Environmental Science and Technology, 40 (3), 945 -954, 2006


104. De Vizcaya-Ruiz, A., Gutiérrez-Castillo, ME, Cebrián, ME, Mugica-Alvarez, V., J.  Rosas, J., Salinas, E., Garcia-Cuéllar, C., Martínez, F., Alfaro-Moreno, E.,  Torres-Flores, V., Osornio-Vargas, A., Sioutas, C., Fine, P.M., Singh, M.,  Geller, M.D., Miguel, A.H., Schiestl, R., and Froines, J.R. “Characterization and In Vitro Biological Effects Of Concentrated Particulate Matter  From Mexico City”. Atmospheric Environment, 40: S583–S592, 2006.


105. Arellanes C., Paulson S.E., Fine P.M. and Sioutas C. “Exceeding of Henry’s Law by Hydrogen Peroxide Associated with Urban Aerosols.”  Environmental Science and Technology, 40: 4859-4855, 2006


106. Prophete C., Maciejczyk1 P., Salnikow K., Gould T., Larson T., Koenig J., Jaques P.A., Sioutas C., Lippmann M., and Cohen M. “Effects of Select PM-Associated Metals on Alveolar Macrophage Phosphorylated-ERK 1 and 2 and iNOS Expression During Ongoing Alteration in Iron Homeostasis”.  Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 69:9-10, 2006.


107. Majestic, B.J., Schauer, J.J., Shafer, M.M., Turner, J.R., Fine, P.M. and Sioutas, C. “Development of a Wet Chemical Method for the Speciation of Iron in Atmospheric Aerosols”.  Environmental Science and Technology, 40, 2346-2351, 2006.


108. Phuleria, H.C., Geller, M.D., Fine, P.M., and Sioutas* , C. “Size-resolved Emissions of Organic Tracers from Light and Heavy-Duty Vehicles Measured in a California Roadway Tunnel.” Environmental Science and Technology, 40:4109-4118, 2006.


109. Wold L.E., Simkhovich B.Z., Kleinman M.T., Nordlie M.A., Dow J.S., Sioutas C., and Kloner R.A. “ In vivo and in vitro models to test the hypothesis of particle-induced effects on cardiac function and arrhythmias”. Cardiovascular Toxicology 6 (1): 69-78 2006.


110. Kim Y.H., Sioutas C., Fine P.M, Shing K.S, “Enhanced Aerosol Characteristics of Supercritical Fluid-Micronized Drug Particles by an Addition of Albumin”, Respiratory Drug Delivery , 3, 889-892, 2006,


111. Sardar, S.B., Geller, M.D., Solomon, P.A and Sioutas* C. “ Development and Evaluation of a Dichotomous Particle Speciation Sampler.” Journal of Aerosol Science, 37 :1455 – 1466, 2006.


112. Geller M.D., Biswas, S. and Sioutas* C. “Determination of Particle Effective Density in Urban Environments with an Aerosol Particle Mass Analyzer and Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer.” Aerosol Science and Technology, 40:709-723, 2006


113. Delfino, R.J., Staimer, N., Gillen, D., Tjoa, T., Dan Gillen, Sioutas, C., Fung, K., George S.C.,  and  Kleinman, M.T. “Personal and ambient air pollution is associated with increased exhaled NO in children with asthma”.  Environmental Health Perspectives, 114:1736–1743, 2006.


114. Geller M.D., Ntziachristos L., Mamakos A., Samaras Z., Schmitz D.A., Froines J.R. and Sioutas*, C. “Physicochemical and Redox Characteristics of Particulate Meter (PM) Emitted From Light Duty Gasoline and Diesel Passenger Cars.” Atmospheric Environment, 40:6988–7004, 2006.


115. Zhi N., Moore, K.F., Polidori, A., and Sioutas*, C.” Field Validation of the new miniature Versatile Aerosol Concentration Enrichment System (mVACES)”.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 40 (12), 1098-1110, 2006


116. Xia, T., Kovochich M.J., Brant J., Hotze M., Sempf J., Oberley T., Yeh, J., Sioutas C., Wiesner M.R., and Nel A.E. “Comparisons of the Abilities of Ambient and Commercial Nanoparticles to Induce Cellular Toxicity According to An Oxidative Stress Paradigm.”  Nano Letters, 6 (8): 1794-1807, 2006.


117. Polidori A., Arhami M., Delfino R.J. and Sioutas C*.  “Indoor-Outdoor Relationships, Trends and Carbonaceous Content of Fine Particulate Matter in Retirement Homes of the Los Angeles Basin.”  Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 57:366–379, 2007


118. Ntziachristos L., Polidori A., Phuleria, H.C., Geller M.D., and Sioutas C*.”Application of a Diffusion Charger for Measurement of Particle Characteristics in Different Environments”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 41(6), 571-580, 2007


119. Ntziachristos L., Zhi N., Geller M.D and Sioutas C*. “Particle Concentration and Characteristics Near a Major Freeway With Heavy – Duty Diesel Traffic.” Environmental Science and Technology, 41 (7), 2223 -2230, 2007.


120. Biswas S., Ntziachristos L., Moore K.F, and Sioutas C.*.  ”Particle   Volatility in the Vicinity of a Freeway With Heavy-Duty Diesel Traffic.”  Atmospheric Environment, 41(16), 3479-3493, 2007.


121. Kleinman M.T., Sioutas C., Froines J.R., Fanning E., Hamade A., Meacher D. and  Oldham M. “Inhalation of Concentrated Ambient Particulate Matter Near a Heavily Trafficked Road Stimulates Antigen-Induced Airway Responses in Mice.” Inhalation Toxicology, 19(1), 117-126, 2007


122. Doherty S.P, Prophete C, Maciejczyk P, Salnikow K., Gould T., Larson T, Koenig J., Jaques P., Sioutas C., Zelikoff J, Lippmann M., and Cohen MD. “Detection of Changes in Alveolar Macrophage Iron Status Induced by Select PM2.5-Associated Components Using Iron Response Protein Binding Activity. Inhalation Toxicology , 19(6), 553-562, 2007.


123. Ntziachristos L, Zhi N., Geller M.D., Sheesley R., Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C. *  “Fine, Ultrafine and Nanoparticles Trace Element and Metal Composition Near a Freeway With Heavy Duty Diesel Traffic.” Atmospheric Environment, 41 (27): 5684 – 5696, 2007.


124. Phuleria H.C., Sheesley R.J., Schauer J.J., Fine P.M., and Sioutas C. * “ Roadside Measurements of Size-Segregated Particulate Organic Compounds Near Gasoline and Diesel-Dominated Freeways in Los Angeles, CA”. Atmospheric Environment, 41, Issue 22, 4653-4671, 2007.


125. Gong K.W., Zhao W., Li N., Barajas B., Kleinman M.T, Sioutas C., Horvath S., Lusis A.J., Nel A.E., Araujo J.A.” Air-pollutant chemicals and oxidized lipids exhibit genome-wide synergistic effects on endothelial cells.” Genome Biology, , 8:R149 doi:10.1186/gb-2007-8-7-r149, 2007.


126. Ntziachristos L, Cho A.K., Froines J.R and Sioutas C. *.”Relationship Between Redox Activity and Chemical Speciation of Size Fractionated Particulate Matter” Particle and Fiber Toxicology, 4:5 : doi:10.1186/1743-8977-4-5, 2007.


127. Yacobi N.R, Phuleria H.C., Demaio L., Liang C.H., Peng C.A., Sioutas C., Borok Z., Kim K.J and Crandall E.D. “Nanoparticle Effects on Rat Alveolar Epithelial Cell Monolayer Barrier Properties”.  Toxicology In Vitro, 21(8): 1373-1381, 2007


128. Moore K.F., Zhi N., Ntziachristos L., Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C.* “Daily Variation in the Physical Properties and Volatility of Urban Ultrafine Aerosols “Atmospheric Environment, 41 (2007) 8633–8646, 2007


129. Ning Z., Geller M.D., Moore K.F, Sheesley R.J., Schauer J.J, and Sioutas C.* “Daily Variation of Chemical Characteristics of Urban Ultrafine Aerosols and Inference of their Sources.” Environmental Science and Technology, 41 (17),6000-6006, 2007.


130. Hsu A., Mendez L., Shah J., Sioutas C., Kleinman M., Campbell A. “Nanoparticles in air pollution and innate immune responses within the CNS” . International Journal of Neuroprotection and Neuroregeneration (IJNN) 3:107-113, 2007


131. Westerdahl D., Fruin S., M. Fine P.M, and Sioutas C.* “The Los Angeles International Airport as a source of ultrafine particles and other pollutants to nearby communities.” Atmospheric Environment, 42 : 3143–3155, 2008


132. Kim Y.H., Sioutas C., Fine P.M., and Shing K.S. “Effect of Albumin on Physical Characteristics of Drug Particles Produced by Supercritical Fluids Technology”.  Powder Technology, 182 354–363, 2008.


133. Sioutas*, C. and Solomon, P.A. “Routine Near-Continuous Monitoring Techniques for Particulate Matter and its Components: Review of Findings from the EPA Supersites Program and Related Studies.”  Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 58:164–195, 2008


134. Fine, P.M., Solomon, P.A. and Sioutas*, C. “Secondary Particulate Matter in the United States: Insights from the Supersites Program and Other Recent Studies.” Journal of Air and Waste Management Association,  58:234–253, 2008.


135. Ning Z., Geller M.D. and Sioutas C.* “Fine, Ultrafine and Nanoparticle Trace Organic Composition Near a Major Freeway With Heavy Duty Diesel Fraction.” Society of Automotive Engineers, SAE Paper 2007-24-0108


136. Ayres JG ; Borm P, Cassee F.R;, Castranova V; Ken Donaldson K; Ghio A; Harrison R.M ;  Hider R; Kelly F; Kooter I.M ; Marano F, Maynard  R.M; Mudway I; Nel A.E, Sioutas C.; Smith S; Baeza-Squiban A; Cho A.K.,  Duggan S. Froines J.R “Evaluation the Toxicity of Airborne Particulate Matter and Nanoparticles by Measuring Oxidative Stress Potential.”  Inhalation Toxicology, 20(1): 75-99, 2008.


137. Shinyashiki M., Rodriguez C.R., Di Stefano E.M., Sioutas C, Delfino R.J., Kumagai Y., Froines J.R and Cho A.K. “On the interaction between glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase and airborne particles: Evidence for electrophilic species.” Atmospheric Environment, 42 :517–529, 2008.


138. Fruin, S., Westerdahl, D.,  Sax, T., M. Fine P.M, and Sioutas C. “ Measurements and Predictors of On – Road Ultrafine Particle Concentrations and Associated Pollutants For   Freeways and Arterial Roads in Los Angeles.” Atmospheric Environment, 42(2), 207-219, 2008


139. Araujo J.A., Barajas B., Kleinman M.T., Wang X., Bennett B., Gong K.W., Harkema J.R., Sioutas C., Lusis A.J. and Nel A.E. “Small Ambient Particulate Pollutants in the Ultrafine Range Promote Atherosclerosis and Systemic Oxidative Stress.”  Circulation, 102 (5): 589-596, 2008.


140. Majestic B.J., Schauer J.J., Shafer M.M., Fine P.M., Singh M., and Sioutas C. “Trace Metal Analysis of Atmospheric Particulate Matter: A Comparison of Personal and Ambient Samplers”. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science, 7(4):  289-298, 2008


141. Delfino R.J., Staimer N., Tjoa T., Gillen D., Kleinman M.T., Sioutas C., Cooper D. “Personal and ambient air pollution exposures and lung function decrements in children with asthma.” Environmental Health Perspectives, 116:550–558, 2008.


142. Ning Z., Polidori, A., Schauer, J.J. and Sioutas C.* “Emission factors of PM species based on freeway measurements and comparison with tunnel and dynamometer studies”.  Atmospheric Environment, 42: 3099–3114, 2008


143. Sillanpaa M., Geller M.D., Phuleria, H.C. and Sioutas, C.* “High collection efficiency electrostatic precipitator for in vitro cell exposure to concentrated ambient particulate matter (PM)”.  Journal of Aerosol Science, 39 (2008) 335 – 347, 2008.


144. Gong H., Linn W.S., Clark K.L., Anderson K.R., Sioutas C., Neil A., Casio W., Devlin R.B. “Exposures of Healthy and Asthmatic Volunteers to Concentrated Ambient Ultrafine Particles in Los Angeles.” Inhalation Toxicology, 20(6): 533 – 545, 2008.


145. Polidori, A., Hu, S., Biswas, S., and Sioutas, C. * “Real- Time Characterization of Particle-Bound Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Ambient Air and From Motor-Vehicle Exhaust”. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics , 8, 1277–1291, 2008


146. Krudysz, M.A,  Froines, J.R., Fine, P.M. and  Sioutas, C. “Intra-community spatial variation of size-fractionated PM mass, OC, EC and trace elements in Long Beach, CA”.  Atmospheric Environment, 42 (21):5374-5389 , 2008.


147. Biswas, S., Hu, S., Verma, V., Herner J., Ayala A., and Sioutas, C. * “Physical Properties of Particulate Matter (PM) from Newer Heavy Duty Diesel Vehicles Operating with Advanced Emission Control Technologies”. Atmospheric Environment, 42(22):5622-5634, 2008


148. Delfino RJ, Staimer N, Tjoa T, Polidori A, Arhami M, Gillen D, Kleinman MT, Vaziri N, Longhurst J, Zaldivar F, and Sioutas C.  “Circulating biomarkers of inflammation, antioxidant activity, and platelet activation are associated with ultrafine particles and primary combustion aerosols in elderly subjects with a history of coronary artery disease.” Environmental Health Perspectives.  116:898–906, 2008.


149. Kleinman M.T., Araujo J., Nel A.E., Sioutas C., Campbell A., Conga P.Q.,  Li H. and Bondy S.C.” Inhaled ultrafine particulate matter affects CNS inflammatory processes and may act via MAP kinase signaling pathways.”  Toxicology Letters, 178(2): 127-130, 2008


150. Han B., Hudda N., Ning Z. and Sioutas C.* ” Enhanced Unipolar Charging of Concentration-Enriched Particles Using Water-based Condensational Growth”.  Journal of Aerosol Science, 39(9): 770-784, 2008


151. Snyder D.C., Dallmann, T.R., Schauer J.J., Holloway T., Kleeman M.J., Geller M.D., and Sioutas C. “Direct Observation of the Break-Up of a Nocturnal Inversion Layer using Elemental Mercury as a Tracer.” Geophysical Research Letters, 35, L17812, doi:10.1029/2008GL034840, 2008.


152. Han B. Kim H.J., Kim Y.J. and Sioutas C. “Unipolar Charging of Ultra-fine Aerosol Particles Using Carbon Fiber Ionizers.”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 42:793–800, 2008.


153. Minguillón M.C., Arhami M., Schauer J.J., Olson M.R.,  and Sioutas C.*” Seasonal and spatial variations of sources of fine and quasi-ultrafine particulate matter in neighborhoods near the Los Angeles-Long Beach Harbor”.  Atmospheric Environment, 42(32): 7317-7328, 2008


154. Ning Z., Sillanpää M., Pakbin P., and Sioutas C.* “Field Evaluation of a New Particle Concentrator- Electrostatic Precipitator System for Direct In Vitro Cell Exposures to Particulate Matter”.  Particle and Fiber Toxicology, 5:15, doi:10.1186/1743-8977-5-15, 2008


155. Hu S., Polidori A., Schafer M., Cho A., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C*. “Redox Activity and Chemical Speciation of Size Fractioned PM in the Communities of the Los Angeles – Long Beach Harbor”. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 8, 6439-6451, 2008


156. Arhami M., Sillanpää M., Hu S., Geller M.D., Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C.*. ” Size-segregated Inorganic and Organic Components of PM In the Communities of the Long Angeles Harbor Across Southern Los Angeles Basin, California.”  Aerosol Science and Technology, 43(2), 145-160, 2009


157. Kim Y.H, Sioutas C. and  Shing K.S. “Influence of Stabilizers on the Physicochemical Characteristics of Inhaled Insulin Powders Produced by Supercritical Anti-solvent Process.” Pharmaceutical Research, 26(1): 61-71, 2009.


158. Krudysz M.A., Froines, J.R., Moore K.F., Geller M.D and Sioutas C.* “Intra-community Spatial Variability of Particulate Matter Size Distributions”.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics , 9: 1061-1075, 2009


159. Di Stefano E., Eiguren-Fernandez A., Delfino RD, Sioutas C., Froines J.R. and Cho A.K. “Determination of metal-based hydroxyl radical generating capacity of ambient and diesel exhaust particles.”  Inhalation Toxicology, 9: 731 – 738, 2008.


160. Verma V., Polidori A., Cassee F.R., Schaffer M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C*. “Physicochemical and toxicological properties of Particulate Matter from October 2007 Southern California wildfires”. Environmental Science and Technology, 43(3)s: 954-960, 2009


161. Biswas S., Verma V., Schauer J.J., and Sioutas C.”Chemical Speciation of PM Emissions from Heavy Duty Diesel Vehicles Equipped with Diesel Particulate Filter and SCR Retrofits”. Atmospheric Environment, 43 : 1917–1925, 2009


162. Han B., Hudda N., Ning Z., Kim H.J., Kim Y.J., and Sioutas C.* “A Novel Bipolar Charger for Submicron Aerosol Particles Using Carbon Fiber Ionizers”. Journal of Aerosol Science, 40(4): 285-294, 2009


163. Li R., Ning Z., Cui J., Khalsa B., Ai L., Takabe W.,  Beebe T., Majumdar R., Sioutas C., and  Hsiai T. “Ultra Fine Particles From Diesel Engines Induce Vascular Oxidative Stress via JNK Activation”.  Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 46 (6) Pages: 775-782, 2009


164. Moore K.F., Krudysz M.A, Pakbin P., Hudda N. and Sioutas C.* “Intra-community variability in ultrafine particle number concentrations in the communities of the Los Angeles harbor”.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 43:587–603, 2009.


165. Arhami M, Polidori A., Tjoa T., Delfino R.J., and Sioutas C.* “Associations Between Personal, Indoor and Outdoor Pollutant Concentration; Implications for Exposure Assessment to Size – Fractionated PM”.   Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 59(4):392–404, 2009


166. Pakbin P., Ning Z., Schauer J, J. and Sioutas C.* “Characterization of Particle Bound Organic Carbon from Diesel Vehicles Equipped with Advanced Emission Control Technologies”.  Environmental Science and Technology, 43, 4679–4686, 2009


167. Han B., Hudda, N., Ning Z., and Sioutas C.* “Efficient Collection of Atmospheric Aerosols with a Particle Concentrator—Electrostatic Precipitator Sampler “.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 43:757–766, 2009.


168. Krudysz M.A., Dutton S.J., Brinkman G.L., Hannigan M.P., Fine P.M., Sioutas C.  and Froines J.R.” Intra-community spatial variation of size-fractionated organic compounds in Long Beach, CA”.  Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, 2:69–88, 2009


169. Li N., Wang M., Bramble L.A., Schmitz D., Sioutas C., Harkema J.R, Cho A.K., and Nel A.E. “The Adjuvant Effect of Ambient Particulate Matter Is Closely Reflected by the Particulate Oxidant Potential”.  Environmental Health Perspectives, 117:1116–1123, 2009


170. Biswas S., Verma V., Schauer J.J., Cassee F.R., Cho A.K and Sioutas C.* “Redox Activity of Semi-Volatile and Non Volatile Particulate Matter (PM) from Heavy-Duty Vehicles Retrofitted with Emission Control Technologies”.  Environmental Science and Technology, 43 (10), 3905-3912• DOI: 10.1021, 2009


171. Campbell A., Araujo J.A., Li H., Nel A.E, Sioutas C. and Kleinman M.T. “Particulate Matter Induced Enhancement of Inflammatory Markers in the Brains of Apolipoprotein E Knockout Mice”.  Journal of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, Vol.9(8):5099-5104, 2009


172. Delfino R.J., Staimer N., Gillen D., Longhurst J., Kleinman M.T., Vaziri N.D., Arhami M., Polidori A., and Sioutas C. “Air pollution exposures and circulating biomarkers of effect in a susceptible population: clues to causal component mixtures and mechanisms”. Environmental Health Perspectives, 117(8): 1232-1238, 2009


173. Polidori A, Cheung K.L, Arhami M., Delfino R.J, and Sioutas C.* “Relationships Between Size- Fractionated Indoor and Outdoor Trace Elements at Four Residential Communities in Southern  California”.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 9, 4521-4536, 2009


174. Cheung K., Polidori A., Ntziachristos, Tzamkiozis T., Samaras Z, Cassee F.R. and Sioutas C.* “Chemical and Toxicological Characteristics of Particulate Matter Emissions from Gasoline and Diesel Passenger Vehicles”.  Environmental Science and Technology, 43: 6334–6340, 2009


175. Verma V, Ning Z., Cho A.K., Schauer J.J., Shafer M.M and Sioutas C.* “Redox Activity of Urban Ultrafine Particles from Primary and Secondary Sources”.  Atmospheric Environment, 43: 6360–6368, 2009


176. Ning Z. and Sioutas C.* “Atmospheric processes influencing aerosols generated by combustion and their impact on public exposure: A Review.”   Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 10(1), 43-58, 2010


177. Ngo MA, Pinkerton KE , Freeland S , Geller M , Ham W, Cliff S , Hopkins LE , Laurie, Kleeman MJ, Kodavanti UP, Meharg E, Plummer L, , Recendez JJ, Schenker MB Sioutas C, Smiley-Jewell S, Haas C, Gutstein J, and Wexler AS. “Airborne particles in the San Joaquin Valley may affect human health.” California Agriculture, 64(1): 12-16, 2010.


178. Arhami M., Minguillon M.C, Polidori A., Schauer J.J., Delfino R.J. and Sioutas C.* “Organic Compound Characterization and Source Apportionment of Indoor and Outdoor Quasi-ultrafine PM in Retirement Homes of the Los Angeles Basin”.  Indoor Air, 20(1): 17-30, 2010.


179. Cheung K,  Ntziachristos L., Tzamkiozis T, Schauer J.J, Samaras Z. and Sioutas C.* ”Emissions of Particulate Metal and Organic Species from Gasoline, Diesel and Biodiesel Passenger Vehicles and their Relation to Oxidative Potential”.  Aerosol Science and Technology, 44(7):500-513, 2010


180. Delfino R.J., Tjoa T., Gillen D.L., Staimer N.,  Polidori A.,  Arhami M.,  Jamner L. , Sioutas C., and Longhurst J.  “Traffic-related Air Pollution and Blood Pressure in Elderly Subjects With Coronary Artery Disease”. Epidemiology : 21(3):   396-404, 2010


181. Pakbin P., Cheung K., Hudda N., Moore K.F, and  Sioutas C.* “Spatial and Temporal Variability of Coarse (PM10-2.5) Particle Concentrations in Southern California” Aerosol Science and Technology, 44(7):514-525, 2010


182. Moore K.F, Vishal Verma V., Maria-Cruz Minguillon M.C., and Sioutas C.*  “Inter- and Intra-community variability in continuous coarse particulate matter (PM10-2.5) concentrations in the Los Angeles area”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 44(7): 526-540,  2010


183. Delfino, R.J., Staimer, N., Tjoa T. ,  Arhami M.,  Polidori A., Gillen D.L.,  Kleinman M.T.,  Schauer J.J., and Sioutas C.” Association of biomarkers of systemic effects with organic components and source tracers in quasi-ultrafine particles”  Environmental Health Perspectives, 118:756–762, 2010.


184. Kang, X., Li, N., Wang, M., Boontheung, P., Harkema, J.R., Sioutas C., Bramble, L.A., Nel, A.E., Loo, J.A. “Adjuvant effects of ambient particulate matter monitored by proteomics of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid”.  Proteomics, 10 (3): 520-531, 2010


185. Li R., Zhi Ning Z., Majumdar R., Cui J.,  Beebe T., Takabe W.,  Sioutas C., and Hsiai T. “Ultrafine particles from diesel vehicle emissions at different driving cycles induce differential vascular pro-inflammatory responses: Implication of chemical components and NF-κB signaling”.  Particle and Fibre Toxicology, 7:6, 1-12, 2010


186. Li R., Ning Z., Cui J., Sioutas C., and Hsiai T. “Diesel exhaust particles modulate vascular endothelial cell permeability: Implication of ZO-1 Expression.” Toxicology Letters,  197(3):   163-168 , 2010


187. Delfino RJ, Staimer N, Tjoa T, Arhami M, Polidori A, George SC, Shafer MM, Schauer JJ, Sioutas C. “Associations of primary and secondary organic aerosols with airway and systemic inflammation in an elderly panel cohort” Epidemiology 21:892-902., 2010


188. Ning Z., Hudda N, Daher N., Kim W., Herner J., Konawa K, Mara S. and Sioutas C.* “Impact of roadside noise barriers on particle size distributions and pollutants concentrations near freeways”.  Atmospheric Environment, 44: 3118-3127, 2010


189. Li N. Harkema J.R., Lewandowski R.P.,  Meiying W., Bramble L.A, .T, Gookin G., Ning Z.,  Kleinman M.T., Sioutas C., and Nel A.E. “Ambient Ultrafine Particles Provide Strong Adjuvant Effect in the Secondary Immune Response to Experimental Allergen”.   American Journal of Physiology, 299(3): L374-L383, 2010


190. Gerlofs-Nijland M.E.,  Boere J.F, Fokkens P.H.B, Leseman D.A, Totlandsdal A.I. , Miller M., C. Sioutas, Newby D, and Cassee F.R   “Effects of Traffic- Related Particulate Matter : 4-week exposure of rats to roadside and diesel engine exhaust particles.” Inhalation Toxicology,  22, (14): 1162–1173, 2010


191. Verma V., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Contribution of transition metals in the reactive oxygen species activity of PM emissions from retrofitted heavy-duty vehicles”.   Atmospheric Environment, 44(39): 5165-5173, 2010


192. Hudda N., Cheung K., Moore, K.F. and Sioutas C.* “Intra- and Inter-community variability in total particle number concentrations in the eastern Los Angeles air basin. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics , 10, 11385-11399, 2010


193. Tzamkiozis T, Stoeger T.,  Cheung K., Ntziachristos L., Sioutas C., and Samaras Z. “Monitoring the inflammatory potential of exhaust particles from passenger cars in mice.” Inhalation Toxicology, Vol. 22, (S2): 59–69, 2010


194. Delfino R.J, Gillen D.J, Tjoa T., Staimer N., Polidori A., Arhami M., Sioutas C.  and Longhurst J. “Electrocardiographic ST-Segment Depression and Exposure to Traffic‑-Related Aerosols in Elderly Subjects with Coronary Artery Disease”.  Environmental Health Perspectives, 119:196–202, 2011


195. Verma V., Pakbin P., Cheung K.L., Cho A.K., Schauer J.J., Shafer M.M and Sioutas C.* “Physicochemical and oxidative characteristics of semi-volatile components of quasi-ultrafine particles in an urban atmosphere”.  ”  Atmospheric Environment, 45: 1025-1033, 2011


196. Kam W., Cheung K,  Daher N. and Sioutas C.* “Particulate matter (PM) concentrations in underground and ground-level rail systems of the Los Angeles Metro”. Atmospheric Environment, 45(8): 1517-1524, 2011


197. Morgan T.E, Davis D.A, Iwata N., Tanner J.A, Snyder D., Ning Z., Kam W., Hsu Y.T, Winkler J.W,  Chen J.C, Petasis N.A, Baudry M.,  Sioutas C., and  Finch C.E “Glutamatergic Neurons in Rodent Models Respond to Nanoscale Particulate Urban Air Pollutants in Vivo and in Vitro”. Environmental Health Perspectives, 119 (7): 1003-1009   DOI: 10.1289/ehp.1002973, 2011


198. Cheung K, Daher N, Kam W, Shafer M.M, Ning Z, Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C* “Spatial and Temporal Variation of Chemical Composition and Mass Closure of Ambient Coarse Particulate Matter (PM10-2.5) in the Los Angeles Area”. Atmospheric Environment, 45(8) : 1506-1516, 2011  


199. Fruin S., Hudda N., Sioutas C. and Delfino R.J. “Predictive Model for Vehicle Air Exchange Rates Based on a Large, Representative Sample of California Vehicles”.  Environmental Science and Technology, 45(8): 3569-3575, 2011


200. Invernizzi G. Ruprecht A., Mazza R., De Marco C., Močnik G., Sioutas C. and Westerdahl D. “Measurement of Black Carbon concentration as an indicator of air quality benefits of traffic restriction policies: Ecopass in Milan, Italy.” Atmospheric Environment, 45(21): 3522-3527, 2011


201. Pakbin P, Ning Z, Eiguren-Fernandez A, and Sioutas C* “Modification of the Versatile Aerosol Concentration Enrichment System (VACES) for Conducting Inhalation Exposures to Semi-volatile Particle and Vapor Phase Pollutants”. Journal of Aerosol Science and Technology, 42(9): 555-566, 2011


202. Pakbin P., Ning Z., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Seasonal and Spatial Distributions of Trace Elements and Metals in Coarse Particulate Matter in the Los Angeles Area”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 45(8):949-963, 2011.


203. Daher N., Ning Z., Cho A.K., Schafer M.M., Schauer J,J and Sioutas C.* “Comparison of the chemical and toxicological characteristics of particulate matter (PM) collected by different methods: filters, impactors and BioSamplers”. Aerosol Science and Technology, Volume 45(11), 1294-1304, 2011


204. Hudda  N.  Kostenidou E., Sioutas C.* , Delfino R.J., and Fruin S.A. “Vehicle and Driving Characteristics That Influence In-Cabin Particle Number Concentrations”. Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (20): 8691–8697, 2011


205. Solomon, P.A., Wexler A.S and Sioutas C. “Special Issue of Atmospheric Environment for Air Pollution and Health: Bridging the Gap from Sources-to-Health Outcomes”. Atmospheric Environment 45 : 7537–7539, 2011


206. Kam W., Ning Z., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.*” Chemical characterization of coarse and fine particulate matter (PM) in underground and ground-level rail systems of the Los Angeles Metro”. Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (16): 6769–6776, 2011


207. Cheung K, Daher N., Shafer M.M., Ning Z., Schauer J,J and Sioutas C.* “Diurnal Trends in Coarse Particulate Matter Composition in the Los Angeles Basin”.  Journal of Environmental Management, 13: 3277–3287, 2011.


208. Daher N,  Ruprecht A.,  Invernizzi G., de Marco C., Miller-Schulze J, Heo J.B, Shafer M.M,  Schauer J.J, and Sioutas C.* “Chemical Characterization and Source Apportionment of Fine and Coarse Particulate Matter inside the refectory of Santa Maria Delle Grazie Church, home of Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper.” Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (24), 10344–1035, 2011


209. Daher N,  Ruprecht A.,  Invernizzi G., de Marco C., Miller-Schulze J, Heo J.B, Shelton B.R , Shafer M.M,  Schauer J.J, and Sioutas C.* “Characterization, Sources and Redox Activity of Fine and Coarse Particulate Matter in Milan, Italy.  Atmospheric Environment, 49:130-141, 2012


210. Cheung K, Shafer M.M., Schauer J,J and Sioutas C.* “Historical trends in the mass and chemical species concentrations of coarse particulate matter in the Los Angeles Basin and relation to sources and air quality regulations”. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 62:541-556, 2012


211. Zhang H., Liu H, Davies K.J.A., Sioutas C., Finch C.E., Morgan T.E and Forman H.J. “Nrf2-regulated phase II enzymes are induced by chronic ambient nanoparticle exposure in young mice with age-related impairments”. Free Radical Biology, 9: 2038-2046, 2012


212. Cheung K., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C. * ” Diurnal Trends in Oxidative Potential of Coarse Particulate Matter in the Los Angeles Basin and its Relation to Sources and Chemical Composition”. Environmental Science and Technology, 46(7): 3779-3787, 2012


213. Kam W., Liacos J., Schauer J.J., Delfino J.R and Sioutas C.*” Chemical composition of coarse, accumulation, and quasi-ultrafine PM in major roadways and arterials in Los Angeles, CA”. Atmospheric Environment, 55 : 90-97, 2012


214. Hudda N., Eckel S.P., Knibbs L.D., Sioutas C., Delfino R.J and Fruin S.A. “Linking In-Vehicle Ultrafine Particle Exposures to On-Road Concentrations “ Atmospheric Environment, 59: 578-586, 2012


215. Cheung K., Olson M.R., Shelton B., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Seasonal and spatial variations of individual organic compounds of coarse particulate matter in the Los Angeles Basin”. Atmospheric Environment, 59:1-1, 2012


216. Liacos J., Kam W., Schauer J.J., Delfino R.J and Sioutas C.* ” Concentrations of organic, metal and trace element PM species and derivation of freeway-based emission rates in Los Angeles, CA”. Science of Total Environment, 435–436: 159-166, 2012


217. Kam W., Liacos J., Schauer J.J., Delfino R.J and Sioutas C.* “On-road emission factors of PM pollutants for light-duty vehicles (LDVs) based on real-world urban street driving conditions”. Atmospheric Environment, 61:378-386, 2012


218. Hudda N., Fruin S., Delfino J.R and Sioutas C.* “Efficient determination of vehicle emission factors by fuel use category using on-road measurements: downward trends on Los Angeles freight corridor I-710 “Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13, 347-357, 2013


219. Wang D., Kam W., Cheung K. and Sioutas C.* “Development of a Two-Stage Virtual Impactor System for High Concentration Enrichment of Ultrafine, PM2.5 and Coarse PM”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 47(3): 231-238, 2013


220. Daher N., Hasheminassab S., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Seasonal and Spatial Variability in Chemical Composition and Mass Closure of Ambient Ultrafine Particles in the Megacity of Los Angeles”.   Royal Chemical Society: Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts, 1515: 283-295, 2013


221. Kam W., Delfino R.J., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “A comparative assessment of PM2.5 exposures in light-rail, subway, freeway, and surface street environments in Los Angeles and associated lung cancer risk”. Royal Chemical Society: Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts, 15: 234-243, 2013


222. Heo J,  Dulger M.,. Olson M.R., McGinnis J.E,  Brandon R. Shelton B.R,  Sioutas C., and Schauer J.J “Source Apportionment of PM2.5 Organic Carbon Using Molecular Marker Positive Matrix Factorization and Comparison of Results from Different Receptor Models”. Atmospheric Environment, 73:51-61, 2013


223. Li R., Mittelstein D., Pakbin P., Du Y., Yin T., Sioutas C and Hsiai T. “Atmospheric Ultrafine Particles Promote Vascular Calcification via the NF-κB Signaling Pathway”. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 304(4), C362-C369, 2013


224. Li N., Wang M., Barajas B., Sioutas C., Williams M.A. and Nel A.E. “Nrf2 Deficiency in Dendritic Cells Enhances the Adjuvant Effect of Ambient Ultrafine Particles on Allergic Sensitization”. Journal of Innate Immunity, 5:543-554 (DOI: 10.1159/000347060), 2013


225. Wittkop S., Staimer N., Tjoa T., Gillen D., Daher N., Schauer J.J., Sioutas C. and Delfino R.J. “Mitochondrial genetic background modifies the relationship between traffic-related air pollution exposure and systemic biomarkers of inflammation. PLOS ONE, 8(5), e64444. 2013


226. Davis D.A., Bortolato M., Godar S.C., Sander T.K., Iwata N,, Pakbin P., Shih J.C., Berhane K., McConnell R., Sioutas C., Finch C.E. and Morgan T.E “Prenatal Exposure to Urban Air Nanoparticles in Mice Causes Altered Neuronal Differentiation and Long-term Depression-like Responses”. PLOS One, 8(5): e64128.doi:10.1371, 2013


227. Li R., Navab M., Pakbin P., Ning Z,  Navab K., Hough G., Jen N., Morgan T.E., Finch C.E.,  Araujo J.A., Fogelman A.M., Sioutas C. and Hsiai T. “Ambient Ultrafine Particles Alter Lipid Metabolism and HDL Anti-Oxidant Capacity in LDLR-null Mice “.Journal of Lipid Research, 54(6), 1608-1615, 2013


228. Wang D., Pakbin P., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C.* “Macrophage reactive oxygen species activity of water-soluble and insoluble fractions of ambient coarse, PM2.5 and ultrafine particulate matter (PM) in Los Angeles “. Atmospheric Environment, 77:301-310, 2013


229. Du Y, Navab M., Shen M., Hill J., Pakbin P., Sioutas C., Hsiai T and Li R. “Ambient ultrafine particles reduce vascular endothelial nitric oxide production via S-glutathionylation of eNOS”. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 436 (3): 462-466, 2013


230. Bartell S.M., Longhurst, J. , Tjoa, T., Sioutas C. and Delfino R.J., “Particulate air pollution, ambulatory heart rate variability, and cardiac arrhythmia in elderly subjects with coronary artery disease”. Environmental Health Perspectives, 121:1135–1141; http://dx.doi. org/10.1289/ehp.1205914, 2013


231. Saffari A., Daher N., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Seasonal and Spatial Variation of Elements in Ultrafine Particles in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area and Characterization of Their Sources .” Environmental Pollution, 181, 14-23, 2013


232. Lianfa L., Wu J.,  Hudda N.,  Sioutas C.,  Fruin S.A., and Delfino R.J. “Modeling the Concentrations of On-Road Air Pollutants in Southern California “.Environmental Science and Technology, 47 (16): 9291-9299, 2013


233. Saffari A., Daher N., Shafer M.M , Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Seasonal and Spatial Variation in Reactive Oxygen Species Activity of quasi-Ultrafine Particles (PM0.25) in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area and its Association with Chemical Composition”. Atmospheric Environment, 79:566-575, 2013


234. Wang D., Pakbin P., Saffari A., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Development and Evaluation of a High-Volume Aerosol-Into-Liquid Collector for Fine and Ultrafine Particulate Matter”. Aerosol Science and Technology, 47(11):1226-1238, 2013


235. Hasheminassab S., Daher N., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Source apportionment and organic compound characterization of ambient ultrafine particulate matter in the Los Angeles Basin.” Atmospheric Environment, 79:529-539, 2013


236. Davis D., Akopian G., Walsh J., Sioutas C., Morgan T.E and Finch C.E. “Urban air pollutants reduce synaptic function of CA1 neurons via an NMDA/NO• pathway in vitro”. Journal of Neurochemistry, 127, 509–519, 2013


237. Daher N., Saliba N.A., Shihadeh A.L., Jaafar M., Baalbaki R., and Sioutas C.* “Chemical Composition of Size-Resolved Particulate Matter at Near-freeway and Urban Background Sites in the Greater Beirut Area”. Atmospheric Environment,80, 96-106 , 2013


238. Saffari A., Daher N., Samara C., Voutsa D., Koursa A., Manoli E., Vlachokostas C., Moussiopoulos N., Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C.* “Increased Biomass Burning due to the Economic Crisis in Greece and its Adverse Impact on Winter-time Air Quality in Thessaloniki”. Environmental Science and Technology, 47(23): 13313-13320, 2013


239. Saffari A., Daher, N., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Seasonal and spatial variation in dithiothreitol (DTT) activity of quasi-ultrafine particles in the Los Angeles Basin and its association with chemical species”. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 49(4): 441-451, 2014


240. Daher N., Saliba N.A., Shihadeh A.L., Jaafar M., Baalbaki R. and Sioutas C.* “Oxidative Potential and Chemical Speciation of Size-Resolved Particulate Matter (PM) at Near-freeway and Urban Background Sites in the Greater Beirut Area.”. Science of Total Environment, 470–471: 417-426, 2014


241. Hasheminassab S., Pakbin P., Delfino R.J, Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C.* “Diurnal and seasonal trends in the apparent density of ambient fine and coarse particles in Los Angeles”. Environmental Pollution, 187:1-9, 2014


242. Viana M., Rivas I., Querol X., Alastuey A., Sunyer J.,  Álvarez M.,  Bouso L, and Sioutas C.  “Indoor/outdoor relationships and mass closure of quasi-ultrafine, accumulation and coarse particles in Barcelona schools”. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14, 4459–4472, 2014


243. Saarikoski S.,  Carbone S, Cubison MJ, Hillamo R, Keronen P., Sioutas C., Worsnop D.R, Jimenez J.L.” Evaluation of the performance of a particle concentrator for on-line instrumentation”. Atmospheric Measurement Technologies, 7, 2121-2135, 2014


244. Hasheminassab S, Daher N., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J , Delfino R.J  and Sioutas C.* “Chemical Characterization and Source Apportionment of Indoor and Outdoor Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) in Retirement Communities of the Los Angeles Basin”. Science of Total Environment, 490: 528-537, 2014


245. Saffari A., Daher N., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Global Perspective on the Oxidative Potential of Airborne Particulate Matter: A Synthesis of Research Findings”. Environmental Science and Technology, 8 (13): 7576-7583, 2014


246. Jaafar M., Baalbaki R., Daher N., Shihadeh A.L., Sioutas C. and Saliba N.A. “Dust episodes and their effect on the redox activity of coarse and fine particles in the area of Beirut, Lebanon”. Science of Total Environment, 496, 75-83, 2014


247. Hasheminassab S., Daher N., Ostro B.D. and Sioutas C. * “Long-term Source Apportionment of Ambient Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) in the Los Angeles Basin: a Focus on Emissions Reduction from Vehicular Sources”. Environmental Pollution, 93, 54-64, 2014


248. Wang D., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J and  Sioutas C.* “Development of a technology for online measurement of water-soluble and total copper (Cu) in PM2.5.” Aerosol Science and Technology, 48(8), 864-874, 2014


249. Campbell A., Daher N., Solaimani P., Mendoza K. and Sioutas C. “Human Brain Derived Cells Respond in a Type-Specific Manner after Exposure to Urban Particulate Matter (PM)”. Toxicology In Vitro, 28 : 1290–1295, 2014


250. Brines, M.Dall’Osto, M.Beddows, D. C. S.Harrison, R. M.Gómez-Moreno, F.Núñez, L.Artíñano, B.Costabile, F.Gobbi, G. P.Salimi, F.Morawska, L.Sioutas, C.Querol, X.Frequency of new particle formation events in the urban Mediterranean climate”.  Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics Discussions 14 26463-26494, 2014


251. Hasheminassab S., Daher N.  , Saffari A., Wang D.,  Ostro B.D and Sioutas C.* “Spatial and Temporal Variability of Sources of Ambient Fine Particular Matter (PM2.5) in California .” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14, 12085-12097, 2014


252. Saffari A, Daher N., Ruprecht A.A , De Marco C., Pozzi P., Boffi R., Hamad S., Shafer M.M , Schauer J.J , and Sioutas C. * “Particulate Metals and Organic Compounds from Electronic and Tobacco-containing Cigarettes: Comparison of Emission Rates and Secondhand Exposure”. Royal Chemical Society: Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts, 16 (10), 2259 – 2267, 2014


253. Brines, M., Dall’Osto, M. Beddows, D.C.S., Harrison, R.M., Gómez-Moreno, F., Artíñano, B., Costabile, F., Gobbi, G.P., Morawska, L., Sioutas, C., and Querol, X. “Traffic and nucleation events as main sources of ultrafine particles in high insolation developed world cities. ” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15(10): 5929-5945, 2015


254. Spyridi D., Vlachokostas C., Sioutas C. and Moussioupoulos N. ”Strategic planning for climate change mitigation and adaptation: the case of Greece”. International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, 7(3): 3-12, 2015


255. Li R., Navab K., Hough G., Pakbin P., Mittelstein D., Saffari A., Sulaiman D., Beebe T., Wu L., Wine E., Araujo J., Fogelman A., Sioutas C.,  Navab M., Hsiai T. Effect of Exposure to Atmospheric Ultrafine Particles on Production of Free Fatty Acids and Lipid Metabolites in the Mouse Small Intestine”. Environmental Health Perspectives, 123(1): 34-41, 2015


256. Viana M., Rivas I., Querol X., Alastuey A., Sunyer J., Álvarez-Pedrerol M. Bouso L., and Sioutas C. “Partitioning of major and trace metals between quasi-ultrafine, accumulation and coarse aerosols in indoor and outdoor air in schools”. Atmospheric Environment, 106 :392-401, 2015


257. Wang D., Shafer M.M, Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “A new technique for online measurement of total and water-soluble copper (Cu) in coarse particulate matter (PM Environmental Pollution, 199, 227-234, 2015


258. Heo J, de Foy B, Pakbin P., Sioutas C. and Schauer J.J “Impact of Regional Transport on the Anthropogenic and Biogenic Secondary Organic Aerosols in the Los Angeles Basin”. Atmospheric Environment, 103:171-179, 2015


259. Sijan  Z, Antkiewicz D., Heo H., Kado N, Schauer J.J, Sioutas C., Shafer M.M.  “An In-Vitro Alveolar Macrophage Assay for the Assessment of Inflammatory Cytokine Expression Induced by Atmospheric Particulate Matter.” Environmental Toxicology, 30(7), 836-851, 2015


260. Spyratos D. Sioutas C., Tsiotsios A. , Haidich A.B. ,  Chloros D., Triantafyllou G., Melas D. , and Sichletidis L. “Effects of particulate air pollution on nasal and lung function development among Greek children: a 19-year cohort study”. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, : 25 (5), pp. 480-489, 2015


261. Xia M, Viera-Hutchins L., Garcia-Lloret M., Rivas M.N., Petra Wise P, Mc Ghee S, Chatila Z.K., Daher N., Sioutas C. and Chatila T.A  “Vehicular Exhaust Particles Promote Allergic Airway Inflammation via an Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor-Notch Signaling Cascade”. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 136 (2), 441-453, 2015


262. Krasowsky T., Ban-Weiss G. , Daher N. and Sioutas C. “Measurement of Black Carbon, Particle Number and Mass, and Lung Deposited Surface Area Emission Factors from In-Use Locomotives”. Atmospheric Environment, 13, 187-196, 2015


263. Künzi L., Manuel Krapf M., Daher N., Dommen J., Jeannet N., Schneider S., Platt S., Slowik J.G., Baumlin N.,  Salathe M., Prévot A.S.H., Kalberer M., Sioutas C., Baltensperger U. and Geiser M. “Adverse effects of atmospherically aged gasoline exhaust particles on airway epithelia”. Nature, Scientific Reports 5, doi:10.1038/srep11801, 2015


264. Heo J., Antkiewicz D.S., Shafer M.M.,  Perkins D., Sioutas C, and Schauer J.J. “Assessing the Role of Specific Chemical Components in Cellular Responses to Atmospheric Particle Matter (PM) Through Chemical Fractionation of PM Extracts”. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 407 (20), 5953-5963, 2015


265. Keebaugh A., Mendez L, Sioutas C, Pakbin P, Schauer J.J, and Kleinman M.T “Is atherosclerotic disease associated with organic components of ambient fine particles?” Science of Total Environment, 533 : 69–75, 2015


266. Saffari A., Hasheminassab S., Wang D., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Impact of Primary and Secondary Organic Sources on the Oxidative Potential of Ultrafine Particles at Three Contrasting Locations in Los Angeles”. Atmospheric Environment, :120: 286-296, 2015


267. Nicolas J., Jaafar M., Sepetdjian E., Saad W., Sioutas C., Shihadeh A., and Saliba N. “Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Interaction with Dithiothreitol (DTT) “.Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts- Royal Society of Chemistry, 17, 1952-1958, 2015


268. Shirmohammadi F., Hasheminassab S., Wang D., Schauer J.J , Shafer M.M., Delfino R.J and Sioutas C.* “Oxidative potential of coarse particulate matter (PM10-2.5) and its relation to water solubility and sources of metals in the Los Angeles BasinEnvironmental Science Processes & Impacts- Royal Society of Chemistry, 17, 2110-2121, 2015


269. Shirmohammadi F., Hasheminassab S., Saffari A., Schauer J.J, Delfino R.J and Sioutas C.  “Fine and Ultrafine Particulate Organic Carbon in the Los Angeles Basin: Trends in Sources and Composition.” Science of Total Environment, 541:1083-1096. 2016


270. Wittkopp S., Staimer N., Tjoa T., Stinchcombe T., Daher N., Schauer J.J, Shafer M.M, Sioutas C., Gillen D.L and Delfino R.J. “Nrf2-related gene transcription levels are associated with traffic-related air pollutant exposure in elderly subjects with cardiovascular disease: a repeated measures cohort study”. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 26 (2), pp. 141-149, 2016


271. Ostro B.D, Malig B., Hasheminassab S., Berger K., Chang E., and Sioutas C. “Associations of source-specific fine particles with emergency room visits in California”. American Journal of Epidemiology, DOI: 10.1093/aje/kwv343, September 2016


272. Saffari A., Hasheminassab S., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J, Chatila T., and Sioutas C.* “Nighttime Formation of Aqueous-Phase Secondary Organic Aerosols in Los Angeles and its Implication on Chemical Composition and Oxidative Potential” Atmospheric Environment , 133 :112-122, 2016.


273. Shirmohammadi F., Hasheminassab S., Wang D., Schauer J.J , Shafer M.M., Delfino R.J and Sioutas C.* “The relative importance of tailpipe and non-tailpipe emissions on the oxidative potential of ambient particles in Los Angeles, CA”. Faraday Discussions, 189: 361-380, 2016


274. Cheng H.,. Davis D.A , Hasheminassab S., Sioutas C, Morgan T.E and Finch C.E “Urban traffic-derived nanoparticulate matter reduces neurite outgrowth via TNFα in vitro”. Journal of Neuroinflammation, 13:19  doi:10.1186/s12974-016-0480-3, 2016


275. Cheng H., Saffari A. , Sioutas C. , Morgan T.E and Finch C.E “Nano-scale particulate matter from urban traffic rapidly induces oxidative stress and inflammation in olfactory epithelium with concomitant effects on brain. ”. Environmental Health Perspectives, 124(10):1537-146, 2016


276. Sowlat M.H., Hasheminassab S. and Sioutas C.* “Source apportionment of particle number size distributions in central Los Angeles, California”. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 16(8): 4849-4866, 2016


277. Liu Q., He S., Babadjouni R., Radwanski R. Baumbacher P, Russin J., Morgan  T.E, Sioutas C. , Finch C.E. and  Mack W. “Stroke damage is exacerbated by urban air pollution in a mouse model”. PLOS One, 12;11(4):e0153376. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0153376. eCollection 2016. PMID: 27071057, 2016


278. Wang D., Shafer M.M., Sowlat M.H. , Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Development and evaluation of a novel monitor for online measurement of Iron, Chromium and Manganese in ambient fine particulate matter (PM2.5). “ Science of Total Environment, 565: 123-131, 2016


279. Argyropoulos G., Besis A., Voutsa D., Samara C., Sowlat M.H., Hasheminassab  S. and Sioutas C.* “Source apportionment of the redox activity of urban quasi-ultrafine particles (PM0.49) in Thessaloniki following the increased biomass burning due to the economic crisis in Greece ”. Science of Total Environment, 568, 124-136, 2016


280. Zhang X. , Staimer N , Tjoa T , Gillen D.L., Schauer J.J. , Shafer M.M , Hasheminassab S. , Pakbin P., Longhurst J. , Sioutas C. and  Delfino R.J. “Associations between microvascular function and short-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution and particulate matter oxidative potential”. Environmental Health, 15:81 DOI 10.1186/s12940-016-0157-5, 2016


281. Zhang X. , Staimer N. , Gillen D.L , Tjoa T, Schauer J.J. , Shafer M.M , Hasheminassab S. , Pakbin P., Vasiri N.D., Sioutas C. and  Delfino R.J. “Associations of oxidative stress and inflammatory biomarkers with chemically-characterized air pollutant exposures in an elderly cohort”. Environmental Research , 150 : 306–319, 2016


282. Krasowsky T.S , McMeeking G.R., Wang D., Sioutas C. , and. Ban-Weiss G.A “Measurements of the impact of atmospheric aging on physical and optical properties of ambient black carbon particles in Los Angeles”. Atmospheric Environment,  142:496-504, 2016


283. Sowlat M.H., Wang, D., Simonetti G., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Development and field evaluation of an online monitor for near-continuous measurement of iron, manganese and chromium in coarse airborne particulate matter (PM)”. Aerosol Science and Technology50(12):1306-1319 | DOI: 10.1080/02786826.2016.1221051, 2016


284. Brune, W.   Bloss, W.   Shi, Z  , Pope F ,   Fuller G,   Monks PS,   Tomlin A, Karl T,  Hort M,  Mohr C,  R,  Vlachou A,  Tian Z,  Kramer LJ,   Heard D ,  Purvis R,   Querol X,   Baltensperger U,   Dunmore R,   Harrison RM,  Murrells T,  Jimenez JL,  Cross E,   McFiggans G,  Kiendler-Scharr  ,  Charron A,  Wallington T,   Krishna Kumar NK,  Pieber S,  Geiger F,  Wahner A,  Mitchell EW,  Prévôt A,   Skouloudis A,   Kalberer M,  McDonald B,  C. N. Hewitt CN,   Sioutas C,  Donahue NM,   Moller S,   Minguillón MC,   Shafer MM  , Carlsaw D,   Ehlers D  and  Pandis SN “Urban case studies: general discussion”. Faraday Discussions189, pp.473-514, 2016


285. Solaimani P., Saffari A., Sioutas C., Bondy S.C and Campbell A.” Exposure to ambient ultrafine particulate matter alters the expression of genes in primary human neurons”. NeuroToxicologyy, 58:50-57, 2017


286. Shirmohammadi F.  Wang D., Hasheminassab S., Verma V., Schauer J.J , Shafer M.M and Sioutas C.* “Oxidative Potential of On-Road Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) Measured on Major Freeways of Los Angeles, CA, and a 10-Year Comparison with Earlier Roadside Studies”,   Atmospheric Environment, 148, 102-114, 2017


287. Cacciottolo M. , Wang X., Driscoll I. , Saffari A. , Reyes J.,  Serre M.L , Vizuete W.,  Sioutas C. , Morgan T.E , Gatz M. , Chui H.C. , Shumaker S.A., Resnick S.M. ,Espeland M.A , Finch C.E and Chen J.C. “Particulate air pollutants, APOE alleles and their contributions to cognitive impairment in older women and to amyloidogenesis in experimental models “Translational Psychiatry, 7, e1022; doi:10.1038/tp.2016.280, 2017


288. Shirmohammadi F.  , Hasheminassab S., Saffari A., Sowlat M., Ban-Weiss G. and Sioutas C.*” Emission rates of particle number, mass and black carbon by the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and its impact on air quality in Los Angeles”. Atmospheric Environment, 151:82-93, 2017


289. Karavalakis G., Gysel N.,  Cocker D. ,  Schmitz D.A , Cho A.K.,  Sioutas C., Schauer J.J and Durbin T.D. “Impact of Biodiesel on Regulated and Unregulated Emissions, and Redox and Proinflammatory Properties of PM Emitted from Heavy-Duty Vehicles”.” Science of Total Environment , 584-585: 1230-1238, 2017


290. Li R., Yang J., Saffari A. Hough G., Baek K. Larauche M.,  Ma J., Jen N., Moussaoui N., Zhou B., Han H., Reddy S., Henning S. , Fogelman A.,  Pisegna J., Li Z., Sioutas C., Navab M., Hsiai T.K “Ambient Ultrafine Particle Ingestion Alters Gut Microbiota in Association with Increased Atherogenic Lipid Metabolites.  ”. Nature- Scientific Reports, Volume 7, DOI: 10.1038/srep42906, 2017


291. Decesari S., Sowlat M., Hasheminassab S., Sandrini S., Gilardoni S., Facchini M.C., Fuzzi S. and Sioutas C. “ Fog enhances the toxicity of ambient particulate matter”. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17, 7721-7731, 2017


292. Woodward NC, Pakbin P, Shirmohammadi F., Haghani A, Saffari A., Cacciottolo M , Sioutas C,., Morgan TE, and Finch CE.” Traffic-related air pollution accelerates myelin and neuritic aging changes in a mouse model, with specificity for CA1 neurons.” Neurobiology of Aging, 53: 48-58, 2017


293. Krapf M, Künzi L, Allenbach S, Bruns E.A , Gavarini I., El-Haddad I.E.,. Slowik J.G., Prévôt A.S.H., Drinovec L, Močnik G., Dümbgen L., Salathe M., Baumlin N., Sioutas C., Baltensperger U., Dommen J. and Geiser M. “Wood combustion particles induce adverse effects to normal and diseased airway epithelia”. Royal Chemical Society: Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts,  19:538–548, 2017


294. Ruprecht A.A, De Marco C. , Saffari A., Pozzi P., Mazza R., Veronese C. Angellotti G. ,  Munarini E. .Ogliari A.C,  Westerdahl D,  Hasheminassab S. ,  Schauer J.J , Repace J. ,  Sioutas C. and Boffi R.  “Environmental Pollution and Emission Factors from Electronic Cigarettes, Heat-Not-Burn Tobacco Products and  Conventional Cigarettes”. Aerosol Science and Technology , 51(6): 674-684, 2017


295. Woodward NC, Levine MC, Haghani A, Shirmohammadi F, Saffari A, Sioutas C, Morgan TE, and Finch CE. Toll-like receptor 4 in glial inflammatory responses to air pollution in vitro and in vivo.  Journal of Neuroinflammation. 14;14(1):84. doi:10.1186/s12974-017-0858-x. (PubMed PMID: 28410596), 2017


296. Ng C., Malig B., Hasheminassab S., Sioutas C., Basu R. and  Ebisu K. “Source Apportionment of Fine Particulate Matter and Risk of Term Low Birth Weight in California: Exploring Modification by Region and Maternal Characteristics “. Science of Total Environment, 605–606 : 647–654, 2017


297. Shirmohammadi F., Lovett C., Sowlat M., Mousavi A., Verma V., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J. and Sioutas C. “Chemical composition and oxidative potential of ambient quasi-ultrafine particles (PM0.25) at Los Angeles International Airport and comparison to urban traffic PM0.25 emissions near a major freeway”. Science of Total Environment, 610–611 :1336–1346, 2018


298. Ebisu K., Malig B., Hasheminassab S., Sioutas C and Basu R.  “Risk of Cause-specific Stillbirth from Exposure to Chemical Constituents and Sources of Fine Particulate Matter in California: A Matched Case-Control Study”. Environmental Research, 160: p.358-364, 2018


299. Baek K.I., Packard R.G , Ding W., Saffari A., Ma Z., Lu A., Pietersen A., Yen H., Hsu JJ ,Ren B., Sioutas C., Li R. and Hsiai  T.  “Ultrafine Particles Exposure Reveals the Importance of FOXO1/Notch Activation Complex for Vascular Regeneration”. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling. 28, 1209–1223, 2018


300. Lovett C.D., Shirmohammadi F. , Sowlat M.H and Sioutas C.* “Commuting in Los Angeles: Cancer and Non-Cancer Health Risks of Roadway, Light-Rail and Subway Transit Routes”. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 18: 2363–2374, 2018


301. Mousavi A., Sowlat M.H. and Sioutas C.*” Diurnal and Seasonal Trends and Source Apportionment of Redox-Active Metals in Los Angeles Using a Novel Online Metal Monitor and Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF)”. Atmospheric Environment, 174:15-25, 2018 (NIHMS 922814)


302. Bliss B., Tran K.I , Sioutas  C. and Campbell A. “Ambient Ultrafine Particles Activate Human Monocytes: Effect of Dose, Differentiation State and Age of Donors”. Environmental Research, 161, pp. 314-320, 2018


303. Krasowsky T.S ,. McMeeking G.R, Sioutas C and Ban-Weiss G. “Characterizing the evolution of physical properties and mixing state of black carbon particles: from near a major highway to the broader urban plume in Los Angeles. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18:1–20, 2018


304. Berger K., Malig B., Hasheminassab S., Pearson D.L., Sioutas C, Ostro B.D., and Basu R.  “Associations of Source-Apportioned Fine Particles with Cause-Specific Mortality in California”. Epidemiology; 29: 639–648, 2018


305. Taghvaee S., Sowlat M.H. , Mousavi A. , Hassanvand M.S. ,  Yunesian M., Naddafi K., and Sioutas C. * “Source apportionment of ambient PM2.5 in two locations in central Tehran using the Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF) model”. Science of Total Environment, 628: 672-686, 2018


306. Xia M., Harb H., Saffari  A. , Sioutas  C. , and Chatila T.A “A Jagged 1–Notch 4 molecular switch mediates airway inflammation induced by ultrafine particles“. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology,  142(4) :  1243-1256, 2018


307. Pomatto L.C , Cline M. , Woodward N. , Pakbin P., Sioutas C., Morgan T.E , Finch C.E, Forman H.J , and Davies K.J “Aging attenuates adaptive homeostasis in female mice exposed to traffic-derived nanoparticles (“vehicular smog”) .  Free Radical Biology and Medicine, : 86–97, 2018


308. Lovett, C., Cacciottolo, M., Shirmohammadi, F., Haghani, A., Morgan, T. E., Sioutas, C.*, Finch, C. E.. “Diurnal variation in the oxidative and pro-inflammatory activity of urban fine particulate matter (PM2.5) by in vitro assays”.  F1000 Research , 7:596 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.14836.3), 2018


309. Mousavi A., Sowlat M.H., Hasheminassab S., Polidori A. and Sioutas C.* “Spatio-temporal trends and source apportionment of fossil fuel and biomass burning black carbon (BC) in the Los Angeles Basin”. Science of Total Environment, 640–641, 1231-1240, 2018


310. Lovett C., Sowlat M.H., Saliba N.A., Shihadeh A.L., and Sioutas C. “Source Apportionment and Associated Oxidative Potential of Ambient PM in Beirut during Saharan and Arabian Dust Events”. Atmospheric Environment, 188:34-34, 2018


311. He R.W, Shirmohammadi F., Gremmer E., Li Y.X , Leseman D, Boere J., Fokkens P. , Gerlofs-Nijland M.E.,  Sioutas C. and Cassee F.R “Pro-inflammatory responses to ultrafine (PM0.25) particles from airport and traffic emissions “ Science of Total Environment, 640–641 : 997–1003, 2018



312. Taghvaee S., Sowlat M.H. , Hassanvand M.S. ,Yunesian M., Naddafi K., and Sioutas C.*. “Source- specific cancer risk assessment of ambient PM2.5-bound Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in central Tehran “. “Environment International, 120, 321-332, 2018.


313. Mousavi A., Sowlat M.H., Hasheminassab S., Pekinova O., Polidori A., Ban-Weiss G., Sioutas C.* “ Impact of particulate matter (PM) emissions from ships, locomotives, and freeways in the communities near the Port of Long Beach (POLB) on the air quality in the Los Angeles County”. Atmospheric Environment, 195: 159-169, 2018.


314. Babadjouni R. , Patel A, Liu Q. , Shkirkova K., Lamorie-Foote K. , Hodis D., Sioutas C., Morgan T.E , Finch C.E and Mack W.J.  “Nanoparticulate Matter Exposure Results in Neuroinflammatory Changes in the Corpus Callosum”. PLoS ONE 13(11): 13(11) ,, 2018


315. Woodward NC, Haghani A, Johnson RG, Hsu TM, Saffari A, Sioutas C, Kanoski SE,Finch CE, Morgan TE. “Prenatal and early life exposure to air pollution induced hippocampal vascular leakage and impaired neurogenesis in association with behavioral deficits.”  Translational Psychiatry. 29;8(1):261. doi:10.1038/s41398-018-0317-1. PubMed PMID: 30498214, 2018


316. Mousavi A., Sowlat M.H., Shirmohammadi F., Hasheminassab S., Polidori A., Shafer M.M., Schauer J.J and Sioutas C.* “Impact of emissions from ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on the oxidative potential of ambient PM0.25 measured across the Los Angeles CountyScience of Total Environment, 651(1): 638-647, 2019


317. Taghvaee S., Sowlat M.H, Diapouli E., Manousakas M.I , Vasilatou V. , Eleftheriadis K., and Sioutas  C.* Source apportionment of the oxidative potential of fine ambient particulate matter (PM2.5) in Athens, Greece”. Science of Total Environment, 653: 1407-1416, 2019


318. Woodward N.C , Crow A.L. , Zhang Y. , Epstein S., Hartiala J.,  Johnson R. , Kocalis H. , Saffari A.,  Sankaranarayanan I., Akbari O., Ramanathan G., Araujo J.A. ,. Finch C.E, Bouret S.G. , Sioutas C. , Morgan T.E., and Allayee H. “Exposure to Nanoscale Particulate Matter from Gestation to Adulthood Impairs Metabolic Homeostasis in Mice”. Nature Scientific Reports, 9:1816 |, 2019


319. Xue J., Xue W, Sowlat M.W , Sioutas C.,  Lilinco A., Hasson A. and. Kleeman M.J .“  Seasonal and annual source appointment of carbonaceous ultrafine particulate matter (PM0.1) in polluted California cities “.  Environmental Science and Technology, 53(1), pp. 39-49, 2019


320. Mousavi A. , Sowlat M.H , Lovett C. , Rauber M. , De Marco C., Boffi R., Szidat S., Ruprecht A.A, and Sioutas C*. “Source apportionment of black carbon (BC) from fossil fuel and biomass burning in metropolitan Milan, Italy. “Atmospheric Environment, 203: 252-2019


321. Taghvaee S., Mousavi A, Sowlat M.H., Ning Z., and Sioutas C.* “Development of a novel aerosol generation system for conducting inhalation exposures to ambient particulate matter (PM)”. Science of Total Environment, 665, 1035-1045, 2019


322. Lovett C.,  Baasiri M. , Atwi K., Sowlat M.H., Shirmohammadi F., Shihadeh  A.L. and Sioutas, C.* “Comparison of the Oxidative Potential of Primary (POA) and Secondary Organic Aerosols (SOA) Derived from α-Pinene and Gasoline Engine Exhaust Precursors”. F1000 Research, March 2019:, 2019


323. Haghani A., Dalton H.M., Safi N., Shirmohammadi F., Sioutas C., Morgan T.E, Finch C.E. and Curran S.P. “Caenorhabditis elegans development and lifespan responses to traffic-related nanoparticulate matter (nPM)”. Journal of Gerontology: Series A, in press, February 2019


324. Breton C.V., Song A.Y., Xiao J., Kim S.J., Mehta H.H., Wan J., Yen K., Sioutas C., Xue S., Morgan T.E., Zhang J. and Cohen P. “ Effects of air pollution on mitochondrial function, mitochondrial DNA methylation, and mitochondrial peptide expression.” Mitochondrion, 46 :22–29 , 2019


325. Dameto de España C., Steiner G., Schuh H., Sioutas C. and  Hitzenberger R. “Versatile aerosol concentration enrichment system (VACES) operating as a Cloud Condensation Nuclei (CCN) concentrator. Development and laboratory characterization”. Aerosol Measurement Techniques, 12, 4733–4744, 2019


326. Soleimanian E., Mousavi A., Taghvaee S., Sowlat M.H, Hasheminassab S., Polidori A. and Sioutas C.*” Spatial trends and sources of PM2.5 particulate organic carbon volatility fractions (OCx) across the Los Angeles Basin. Atmospheric Environment, 209,  : 201-211, 2019


327. Lorelei de Jesus A., Rahman M., Mazaheri M., Thompson H., Knibbs L. , Evans G.J , Jeong C. , Ding A., Nei W.,  Li L., Li Ping Q.P. , Kulmala M. , Petäjä T., Luoma K., Timonen H. , Niemi J. , Peters A., Cyrys J., Kowalsk M., Ferrero L., Buonano G., Avino P., Manigrasso M., Querol X., Reche C., Harrison R.M., Beddows D., Sowlat M., Sioutas C., and Morawska L. “Ultrafine particles and PM2.5 in the air of cities around the world: how similar or different are their drivers”. Environment International, 129, 118-135, 2019


328. Soleimanian E., Taghvaee S., Mousavi A., Sowlat M.H., Sadegh Hassanvand M.S , Yunesian M., Naddafi K. and Sioutas C.* “Sources and temporal variations of coarse particulate matter (PM) in central Tehran, Iran””. Atmosphere, 10(5), 291; doi:10.3390/atmos10050291, 2019


329. Pirhadi M. , Mousavi A. , Taghvaee S., Sowlat M.H and Sioutas C.* An aerosol concentrator/diffusion battery tandem to concentrate and separate ambient accumulation mode particles for evaluating their toxicological properties“.  Atmospheric Environment, 213, 81-89, 2019


330. Zhang H., Haghani A., H Mousavi A.H., Cacciottolo M., D’Agostino C. , Sowlat M.H, Sioutas C. , Morgan T.E , Finch C.E  and Forman H.J “Cell-based assays that predict in vivo neurotoxicity of urban ambient nano-sized particulate matter”. Free Radical Biology & Medicine,  Volume 145,  33-41, 2019


331. Ebisu K. , Malig B., Hasheminassab S. and Sioutas C. “Age-specific seasonal associations between acute exposure to PM2.5 sources and cardiorespiratory hospital admissions in California “. Atmospheric Environment, Volume 218, 117029, 2019


332. Soleimanian E., Mousavi A. , Taghvaee S., Shafer M.M and Sioutas C.* “Aerosol Composition, Light Absorption Properties, and Source Apportionment of Brown Carbon (BrC) in Central Los Angeles”. Science of Total Environment, in press, October 2019

333. Sipos A., Kim K.J , Sioutas C. and Crandall E.D “Evidence for Nanoparticle-Induced Lysosomal Dysfunction in Lung Adenocarcinoma (A549) Cells”. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 20(21), 5253;, 2019


334. Xue W., Xue J., Shirmohhammadi F., Sioutas C., Lilinco A., Hasson A. and Kleeman M.J “ Day of Week Patterns For Ultrafine Particulate Matter Components at Four Sites in California”. Atmospheric Environment, in press, November 2019


335. Jones R.R ,Hoek G. , Fisher J.A, Hasheminassab S.., Wang D., Ward M.H , Sioutas C., Vermeulen R. and Silverman D.T  “Land use regression models for ultrafine particles, fine particles, and black carbon in Southern California “.  Science of Total Environment. 699, 134234 , 2020


336. Pirhadi M, Mousavi  A., Taghvaee S. , Shafer M.M and Sioutas C.* “Semi-volatile components of PM2.5 in an urban environment: volatility profiles and associated oxidative potential  “.  Atmospheric Environment, in press, November 2019


337. Pirhadi M., Mousavi A., Sowlat M.H., Jensen N., Cassee F. and Sioutas C.*  “Impact of the Schiphol airport activities and other urban sources on the particle number concentrations (PNCs) in the nearby communities.”  Submitted to Environmental Pollution , August 2019


338. Xue W., Xue J, Mousavi A.., Sioutas C., and Kleeman M.J. “Positive Matrix of Ultrafine Particles Mass(PM0.1)  at Three Sites in California”.  Submitted to Science of Total  Environment, October 2019


339. Cacciottolo M., Morgan T.E , Saffari A. , Shirmohammadi F. , Forman H.J , Sioutas C. and Finch C.E. “Traffic-related air pollutants (TRAP-PM) promote neuronal amyloidogenesis through oxidative damage to lipid rafts”.  Submitted to Free Radical Biology and Medicine, October 2019


340. Haghani A. , Johnson R. , Safi N. , Zhang H., Thorwald M., Mousavi A. ,. Woodward N.C , Coussa V. , Forman H.J , Sioutas C., Allayee H. , Morgan T.E and Finch C.E.  Toxicity of urban air pollution particulate matter in developing and adult mouse brain: comparison of total and filter-eluted nanoparticles”.  Submitted to Environment International, November 2019


341. Shkirkova K., Foote K.L, Connor M., Patel A., Barisano G., Baertsch, Liu Q.,H., Morgan T.E, Sioutas C., and Mack W. “Effects of Particulate Matter on Vascular Tissue: A Review”.  Submitted to Environmental Research, November 2019


342. Taghvaee S , Altuwayjiri A.,., Mousavi A., Sowlat M.H. , Hassanvand M.S , Yunesian M., Naddafi K. and Sioutas C.* “Association of systemic inflammation blood biomarkers with source-specific PM2.5 mass concentrations among elderly and young subjects in central Tehran”.  Submitted to Environmental Research, November 2019


343. Hakimzadeh M. Soleimanian E., Mousavi A. , Borgini A., De Marco C, Rupprecht A.. and Sioutas C.* “ The impact of biomass burning on the oxidative potential of PM2.5 in the metropolitan area of Milan”.  Submitted to Environment International, November 2019