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Research / Creative Work

Books and Book Chapters

  • “Phage Nanobiotechnology” (Eds. Valery Petrenko & George Smith), RSC Publishing, Cambridge, UK (2011).
  • Prashanth K. Jayanna, Deepa Bedi, Patricia Deinnocentes, Tao Wang, Vladimir P. Torchilin, R. Curtis Bird, and Valery A. Petrenko (2009). Towards Phage-Targeted Nanomedicines for Prostate Cancer. In: New Progresses and Challenges in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Edited by: Prof. A. Atilla Hincal/ Prof. Nevin Celebi/ Assoc. Prof. Nilϋfer Yϋksel). 3rd BBBB International Conference on Pharmaceutical Sciences. TUFTAD Pharmaceutical Sciences Series. Baltic-Balaton-Bled-Bosphorus.

  • Brigati, J.R., Samoylova, T.I., Jayanna, P.K. and V.A. Petrenko (2008) Phage display technique for generating peptide reagents. In: Current Protocols in Protein Science (Editor Ben M. Dunn, et al.). John Wiley & Sons.

  • Petrenko V.A. &  J.R. Brigati (2007) Phage As Biospecific Probes. In: Immunoassay and other Bioanalytical Techniques (Editor Jeanette M. Van Emon). CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL, U.S.A., p.187-216.

  • Petrenko V.A. & G.P. Smith (2005) Vectors and Modes of Display. In: Phage Display in Biotechnology and Drug Discovery (Editor S. Sidhu). CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL, U.S.A., 714pp.

  • Petrenko, V.A. (1997) A library of organic landscapes on filamentous phage. In Paul Guttry (Editor), Display Technologies. Novel Targets and Strategies. IBC Library Series, pp.51-70.

  • Petrenko V.A. and L. Makowski. Potential Applications of Phage Display to Bioremediation. In: Bioremediation of Chlorinated and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds. By Robert E. Hinchee, Lewis Semprini, Say Kee Ong.  Battelle Memorial In, Battelle Inst., Columbus, OH, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group. 1993. pp. 266-280.

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    Article-length publications

    Articles in Refereed Journals.

    Complete List of Published Work in MyBibliography (136, h-index ISI: 28; updated March 2015)) : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/valery.petrenko.1/bibliography/41152535/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending

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    Non-refereed Journal Articles

    1. Tatkov S.I., Smirnova O.Yu., Illarionov B.A., Ilyichev A.A., Petrenko V.A. (1991) An efficient method for localized mutagenesis. Nucleic Acids Symposium Series., 24, 254.

    2. Petrenko V.A., Kuzmicheva G.A., Tatkov S.I., Karpenko L.I., Ilyichev A.A. (1991) Mutagenic properties of oligonucleotides with modified sugar-phosphate backbone. Nucleic Acids Symposium Series., 24, 213-214.

    3. Semenova L.N.and V.A. Petrenko (1987) Perspectives and possible use of directed mutagenesis methods. In: Review Information, Series: genetic engineering, molecular biology, selection of industrial microorganisms.- Number 2 (M.TSBNTI. Minmedbioprom of the USSR., Moscow, 38P).

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    Proceedings and Abstract

     2015. Society for the Study of Reproduction's 48th Annual Meeting.

    2.     2014.  Gillespie JW and Petrenko VA. Multifunctional Properties of Phage Coat Protein for Targeted Cancer Nanomedicines. 2nd International Summit on Clinical Pharmacy. Dec 02-03, 2014; San Francisco, CA. (Abstract)

    3.     Gillespie JW and Petrenko VA. Multifunctional Phage Coat Protein Fusions for Breast Cancer Microenvironment Targeting. Annual European Network of Breast Development and Cancer Workshop. May 08-10, 2014; Weggis, Switzerland. (Abstract/Poster)

    4.Gillespie JW and Petrenko VA. Rapid Modification of Preformed Liposomes with Cancer-Specific Phage Major Coat Proteins for High-Throughput Screening of Phage-Based Nanomedicines. NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: Annual Site Visit. Mar 19, 2014; Northeastern University, Boston, MA. (Abstract/Poster)

    5.     Gillespie JW and Petrenko VA. Development and High Throughput Screening of Targeted Anticancer Nanomedicines. NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: Annual Site Visit. Mar 19, 2014; Northeastern University, Boston, MA. (Presentation)

    6.     Gillespie JW, Hazi A, Wang T, Bedi D, Wei L, Stallings LS, Diskin J, Shelley B, Snellgrove J, Eggert M, Nie B, Panizzi P, Arnold RD, Torchilin VP, and Petrenko VA. Development and High Throughput Screening of Targeted Anticancer Nanomedicines. NanoBio Summit. Oct 23, 2014; University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL. (Abstract/Poster)

    7.     Gillespie JW, Hazi A, Wang T, Wei L, Stallings LS, Diskin J, Shelley B, Snellgrove J, Torchilin VP, and Petrenko VA. Development and High Throughput Screening of Targeted Anticancer Nanomedicines. NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: Principal Investigators Meeting. Oct 01-03, 2014; National Institutes of Health – Shady Grove Campus, Rockville, MD. (Abstract/Poster)

    8.     A.L.Hazi, J.W. Gillespie, V.A. Petrenko.  “Dual Selected Phage Ligands for Tumor Targeted Nanomedicines,” Poster presentation at the Drug Discovery and Therapy World Congress in Boston, MA.  June 16th -19th, 2014.

    9.     Hazi A, Gillespie JW, and Petrenko VA. Dual Selected Cancer Ligands for Tumor Targeted Nanomedicines. Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day. Nov 5, 2014; College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn, AL. (Abstract/Presentation)

    10.  Shelley B, Hazi A, Gillespie JW, and Petrenko VA. Assessment of Various Insertion Methods of Bacteriophage Proteins into LipoDox. AU Research Week. June 06, 2014; Auburn University, Auburn, AL. (Abstract/Presentation)

    11.  Gillespie JW and Petrenko VA. Pathways to Personalized Cancer Treatment: High-throughput Screening of Cancer-Specific Nanomedicines. Graduate Scholars Forum. Mar 04, 2014; Auburn University, Auburn, AL. (Abstract/Presentation)

    12.  A.L.Hazi, J.W. Gillespie, V.A. Petrenko.  “Dual Selected Phage Ligands for Use in Targeted Nanomedicines,” Oral presentation at the Graduate Scholars Forum at Auburn University, AL. March 4th, 2014.

    13.     2013. A.L. Hazi, V.A. Petrenko.  “Utilizing Paclitaxel Liposomes for Phage Targeted Nanomedicines,” Oral presentation at Research Week at Auburn University, AL. April, 2013.

    14.  A.L. Hazi, V.A. Petrenko.  “Utilizing Paclitaxel Liposomes for Phage Targeted Nanomedicines,” Oral presentation at the Graduate Scholars Forum at Auburn University, AL. February, 2013.

    15.       2011. Development of Phage Ligands for targeting Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer. Lixia Wei, Deepa Bedi, James Gillespie, Amada Hazi, Tiffany O’Dell and Valery Petrenko. Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day, Phi Zeta Epsilon Chapter, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, November 9, 2011. P.60.

    16.       Mandy Norris, Alexandre Samoylov, Anna Cochran, Karen Wolfe, Valery Petrenko, Nancy Cox, Tatiana Samoylova. Live and inactivated filamentous phage for immunocontraception of wild and feral animals. Proceeding of  Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day, Phi Zeta Epsilon Chapter, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, November 9, 2011. p.30.

    17.       Deepa Bedi, Olusegun A. Fagbohun, Vasily A. Petrenko, Andreas Ebner, Michael Leitner, Peter Hinterdorfer, and Valery A. Petrenko. Nanophage-Mediated Targeted Delivery of siRNA into Breast Cancer Cells. Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day, Phi Zeta Epsilon Chapter, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, November 9, 2011. p.50.

    2010  Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-Targeted Nanomedicines. 5th Biological Therapeutics Research and Development Conference, October 20-22, 2010, San Francisco, CA.

    Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-Displayed Interfaces in Wireless Biosensors for Detection of Threat Agents. Advances in BioDetection Technologies. 25-26 May 2010, The Burlington Hotel, Dublin, Ireland. Abstracts.

    Valery A. Petrenko. Phage molecular recognition interfaces in wireless biosensors. 1st Aegean International Conference on Molecular Recognition. June 6-11, 2010, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece. Proc., p.48.

    Deepa Bedi, James Gillespie, Olusegun A. Fagbohun and Valery A Petrenko. Targeted delivery of siRNA via phage-fusion proteins (2010). Particles, Medical/Biochemical Diagnostic, Pharmaceutical, and Drug Delivery Applications of Particle Technology, May 22-25, 2010, Regal Sun Resort (Walt Disney World), Lake Buena Vista, Florida.  

    Olusegun A. Fagbohun, Deepa Bedi, Patricia Deinnocentes, Richard C. Bird, and Valery A. Petrenko. Landscape Phage Probe for Breast Cancer Biomarkers (2010).Graduate Scholars Forum March 6, 2010, Julie Colins Smith Museum, Auburn, AL.    

    2009  Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-Targeted Medications. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Official journal of the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences.  SUPPLEMENT. 3rd BBBB-Bosphorus International Conference on Pharmaceutical Sciences. October 26-28, 2009. Antalia-Turkey. Abstracts, p. 35.

    Tao Wang, Gerard GM D’Souza, Deepa Bedi, Prasanna Potturi, Brigitte Papahadjopoulos-Sternberg, Valery A Petrenko, and Vladimir P Torchilin (2009) Doxil Modification with the MCF-7 Cell-Specific Phage Protein Enhances Drug Association with Target Cancer Cells and Their Killing In Vitro. 36th Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society. (Abstract, Poster presentation).

    Tao Wang, Jenisha Gandhi , Valery A Petrenko, Vladimir P Torchilin (2009). pH-Dependent Membrane Destabilization by Phage Fusion pVIII Coat Protein. 36th Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society. (Abstract, Poster presentation).

    Tao Wang, Gerard GM D’Souza, Deepa Bedi, Prasanna Potturi, Brigitte Papahadjopoulos-Sternberg, Valery A Petrenko, and Vladimir P Torchilin (2009) Spontaneous Incorporation of the MCF-7 Cell-Specific Phage Fusion Major Coat Protein pVIII into Doxil Enhances their Association with Target Cancer Cells and Killing In Vitro. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2009; 73 (4) Article 57. (Meeting Abstract); 110th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Boston, Massachusetts, July 18-22, 2009. (Poster Presentation).

    Valery A. Petrenko (2009) Landscape phage probes for human cancer cells. 11th International Congress on Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins. Session: Peptide Probes for Molecular Imaging. Vienna, August 3rd to 7th, 2009. Published in AMINO ACIDS Volume: 37 Pages: 39-39 Supplement: Suppl. 1 Published: JUL 2009.

    Valery A. Petrenko (2009) From Magic Bullets Towards Magic Bombs: Landscape Phage Probes for Cancer Cells. Sbornik Temat A PreDnasek. XIV. Dny profesora Vladimira Staska. Komplexni Onkologicke Centrum. Top Hotel Praha, Czech Rep., 27-28, 3, 2009. pp. 63-64.

    Samoylova T, Samoylov A, Cochran A, Petrenko V, Cox N. Phage Display: Opportunities for Development of Species-Specific Contraceptive Vaccines for Feral Swine. 2010 International Wild Pig Conference, Pensacola, FL, April 11-13, 2010 (accepted).

    Breiteneicher A, Samoylov A, Cochran A, Petrenko V, Cox N, Samoylova T. Immunocontraception of Cats with Peptides Identified Using Phage Display. Merck-Merial NIH Veterinary Scholars Symposium, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, August 6 - 8, 2009.

    Olusegun A. Fagbohun, Deepa Bedi, Stephanie Koehler, Patricia Deinnocentes, Richard C. Bird, and Valery A. Petrenko (2009) Landscape phage probe for cytokeratins 8/18. Phi Zeta Research Day Forum, November 11, 2009, Joy Goodwin Rudd Student Center, Auburn, AL.

    Fagbohun O.A., Bedi D., Jayanna P.K., Deinnocentes P., Bird R.C., & Petrenko V.A. (2009) Landscape Phage Probes for Breast Cancer Cell Receptors. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech 2009, Houston, May 3-7.

    Breiteneicher A, Samoylov A, Cochran A, Petrenko V, Cox N, Samoylova T. Immunocontraception of Cats with Peptides Identified Using Phage Display. Phi Zeta Epsilon Forum, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, November 9, 2009.

    2008  Valery A. Petrenko. Phage nanobiotechnology – a new paradigm in development of targeted antitumor medications.  "Nanotechnologies in Oncology 2008", Proceedings of All-Russian scientific conference with international participation, Moscow, December 6 2008, p.35.

    V.A. Petrenko. “Development of Targeted Antitumor Medications Using Phage Nanobiotechnology" Proceedings of RUSNANOTECH, Nanotechnology International Forum, Moscow, December 3-5 2008, V. 2, p. 401.

    Kuzmicheva G.A., Petrenko V.A. Obtaining of diagnostic ligands displayed on the phage surface by direct cloning into landscape and mosaic phages. Proceedings of the 5th Congress of the Russian Society of Biotechnologists Moscow, December 2-4, 2008, p. 223-225..

    Valery Petrenko V.A. Combinatorial Nanobiotechnology – A Paradigm Shift in Chemistry and Material Science.  EHRLICH II –2nd World Conference on Magic Bullets. Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize Award to Paul Ehrlich. Nürnberg, Germany October 3-5, 2008. Program and Abstract Book.

    Kuzmicheva G.A., Petrenko V.A. Grafting of physiologically active peptides into landscape and mosaic filamentous bacteriophages. International Multidisciplinary Symposium "FROM EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY TO PREVENTIVE AND INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE" - "EXB+PIM'08" Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine; September 19-30, 2008 p.81-82.

    Valery A. Petrenko.  Landscape Phage-Derived Recognition Interfaces for Detection Devices. 12th Internation Conference Biodetection Technologies 2008.  Technological Responses to Biological Threats. June 23-25, 2008, Atlanta, GA USA.

    Jayanna, P. K.; Deinnocentes, P.; Bird, R. C.; Petrenko, V. A. Landscape Phage Probes for PC3 Prostate Carcinoma cells. NSTI NANOTECH 2008, VOL 2, TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS : 457-460 2008.

    Jayanna P.K., Torchilin V.P. & Petrenko V.A. (2008) Phage-Derived Vehicles for Gene and Drug Delivery. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech, Boston, June 1-5.

    Kuzmicheva, G. A.; Sorokulova, I. B.; Jayanna, P. K.; Petrenko, V. A. LANDSCAPE PHAGE LIBRARIES AS A SOURCE OF BIOSELECTIVE NANOMATERIALS. NSTI NANOTECH 2008, VOL 2, TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS : 442-445 2008

    Kuzmicheva, G. A.; Eroshkin, A. M.; Potemkin, V. A.; Jayanna, P. K.; Petrenko, V. A. MODULATING AFFINITY OF LANDSCAPE PHAGE NANOPARTICLES BY MUTAGENESIS OF THE MAJOR COAT PROTEIN. NSTI NANOTECH 2008, VOL 2, TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS : 446-448 2008

    Fagbohun, O. A.; Bedi, D.; Jayanna, P. K.; Deinnocentes, P. A.; Bird, R. C.; Petrenko, V. A. Landscape Phage Probes for Breast Cancer Cells. NSTI NANOTECH 2008, VOL 2, TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS : 461-464 2008.

    Modali, S; Abbineni, G; Jayanna, P; Petrenko, V; Mao, CB. Evolutionary Selection of Bone Mineral Hydroxyapatite Binding Peptides Using Landscape Phage Library. NSTI NANOTECH 2008, VOL 2, TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS : 465-467 2008

    Huang, S.; Yang, H.; Johnson, M.; Wan, J.; Chen, I.; Petrenko, V. A.; Barbaree, J. M.; Chin, B. A.Optimization of Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensor Performance.CLEAN TECHNOLOGY 2008: BIO ENERGY, RENEWABLES, GREEN BUILDING, SMART GRID, STORAGE, AND WATER : 676-679 2008

    Huang, S.; Yang, H.; Johnson, M.; Wan, J.; Chen, I.; Petrenko, V. A.; Barbaree, J. M.; Chin, B. A. Optimization of Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensor Performance. NSTI NANOTECH 2008, VOL 2, TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS : 642-645 2008

    F. Xie, H. Yang, M.L. Johnson, J.-H Wan, V.A. Petrenko, Z.-Y. Cheng, J.W. Hong, J.M. Barbaree, B.A. Chin, “Magnetoelastic Biosensors for the Detection of Spores,” the 3rd International Conference on Smart Materials, Structures and Systems, Acireale Sicily, Italy, June 8-13, 2008

    J. Wan, S. Li, F. Xie, M. Johnson, H. Wikle, V. Petrenko, J. Barbaree and B. A. Chin, “Phage-based Biorecognition Interfaces in Biosensors,” NSTI nanotech 2008 conference, symposium on Phage Nanobiotechnology, Boston, MA, June 1-5, 2008 Volume 2

    2007 Shin Horikawa, Jiechui Wan, Michael L. Johnson, Jong Wook Hong, Valery A. Petrenko, and Bryan A. Chin. In Situ Detection of A Single Bacterial Cell Using Wireless Magnetoelastic Resonance Sensors On A Microfluidic Platform. Proc. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-28, P.34.

    J. Wan, M.L. Johnson, S. Horikawa, V.A. Petrenko, B.A. Chin, “Characterization of phage-coupled magnetoelastic micro-particles for the detection of Bacillus Anthracis Sterne spores,” Sensors IEEE 2007 Proceedings, 28-31 October 2007, p 1085-1088

    S. Huang, H. Yang, M.L. Johnson, I. Chen, V.A. Petrenko, J.M. Barbaree, and B.A. Chin. Remote Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Microbiosensors for the Simultaneous Detection of Salmonella typhimurium and Bacillus anthracis Spores. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-29, P.34.

    S. Huang, H. Yang, M. Johnson, I. Chen, V. A. Petrenko, and B. A. Chin, “Simultaneous Detection of Salmonella typhimurium and Bacillus anthracis Spores Using Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensors”, NSTI Nanotech 2007, Technical Proceedings, 2007, p 515-518

    Michael L. Johnson, I.H. Chen, J.M. Barbaree, V.A. Petrenko, D.J. Kim, B.C. Prorok, Z.Y. Cheng, and B.A. Chin. A Wireless Biosensor Using a Microfabricated Phage-Interfaced, Magnetoelastic Platform. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-31, P.35.

    Ramji S. Lakshmanan, Rajesh Guntupalli, Dong-Joo Kim, Zhong-Yang Cheng, Valery A. Petrenko, James M. Barbaree, and Bryan A. Chin. Characterization of A Phage Based Magnetoelastic Biosensors for the Detection of Salmonella typhimurium. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-35, P.36.

    Kiril A. Vaglenov, sergey N. Ustinov, Galina A. Kouzmitcheva, and Valery A. Petrenko. Phage Microarray. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-59, P.44.

    Jiehui Wan, M.L. Johnson, R. Guntuplli, S. Horikaea, J.W. Hong, J.M. Barbaree, V.A. Petrenko, and B.A. Chin. Micro-Fabricated, Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Particles for the Detection of Bacillus anthracis Spores. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-62, P.44.

    Fei Xie, Hong Yang, Tung-Shi Huang, Valery A. Petrenko, James M. Barbaree, and Bryan A. Chin. Landscape Phage and Gold Nanoparticles for Detecting Bacteria. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-66, P.46.

    H. Yang, S. Huang, R.S. Lakshmanan, M.L. Johnson, I. Chen, V.A. Petrenko, J.M. Barbaree, and B.A. Chin. Electron Microscopy Characterization for the Effect of Solution Chemistry on the Binding Affinity of Filamentous Phages. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL. PG-67, P.46.

    Valery A. Petrenko. Phage Nanobiotechnology--A new Twist in Phage Display. V International Conference "Bioresources and Viruses", September 10-13 2007, Kyiv, Ukraine. Abstracts, p.50. Fitosociocenter, 2007.-228 p., Editor: V.P. Polushchuk.

    S. Huang, H. Yang, M. Johnson, I. Chen, V. A. Petrenko, and B. A. Chin.  Simultaneous Detection of Salmonella typhimurium and Bacillus anthracis SporesUsing Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensors. NSTI Nanotech. The Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Santa Clara, May 20-24, 2007. Technical Proceedings, Nanotech 2007, V. 2. p.515-518-706, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

    S. Huang, H. Yang, M. Johnson, and B.A. Chin, “Phage-based Magnetoelastic Biosensor for Characterizing the Effect of Salt Concentrations on Filamentous Phage,” Sensors IEEE 2007 Proceedings, 28-31 October 2007, p 1093-1096.

    Valery A. Petrenko "Phage-Derived Bioselective Nanovehicles For Drug And Gene Delivery", NSTI Nanotech. The Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Santa Clara, May 20-24, 2007. Technical Proceedings, Nanotech 2007, V. 2. p.703-706, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

    2006    Valery A. Petrenko, Sergey N. Ustinov, and I-Hsuan Chen.  Fusion Phage As a Bioselective Nanomaterial: Evolution of the Concept. Proceedings of European Nano Systems ENS'06 Conference, Paris, 14-15 December 2006, p.89-94.

    Kuzmicheva G.A., Eroshkin A.M., Potemkin V.A., and Petrenko V.A. Modulating Landscape phage Affinity by Mutagenesis of the Major Coat Protein. Phi Zeta The Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine, Epsilon Chapter. Research Emphasis Day, November 01, 2006. College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

    Vaglenov K.A., Ustinov S.N., Kouzmitcheva   G.A., Chen I., Ruycheva K.V., Petrenko V.A. Phage Microarray. Phi Zeta The Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine, Epsilon Chapter. Research Emphasis Day, November 01, 2006. College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

    G.A. Kuzmicheva, I-H. Chen, A.M. Eroshkin and V.A.Petrenko. Mutations in the Major Coat Protein of fd Phage Affect the Binding Competence of Fusion Peptides. Abstracts of papers presented at the 2006 meeting on Molecular Genetics of Bacteria & Phages. August 22-August 26, 2006. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.

    R. Lakshmanan, H. Jing, R. Guntupalli, S. Huang, J. Barbaree, V. Petrenko and B. Chin. "Detection of Salmonella Typhimurium in Milk using a Magnetostrictive Sensor Platform". the Symposium "Biosensor Systems", of the 209th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Adams Mark Denver Hotel in Denver, Colorado, May 7 - May 12, 2006.

    Johnson, M. L.; Hu, J.; Wan, J.; Lakshmanan, R. S.; Petrenko, V. A.; Chin, B. A. A Remote Biosensor Platform Using Sputtered Magnetostrictive Particles. PROCESSING AND FABRICATION OF ADVANCED MATERIALS XV : 223-239 2006.

    E. Olsen, J. Sykora, I. Sorokulova, W. Neely, V. Petrenko, I. Chen, J. Barbaree and V. Vodyanoy. "Phage Fusion Proteins as Bioselective Receptors for Piezoelectric Sensors", the Symposium "Biosensor Systems", of the 209th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Adams Mark Denver Hotel in Denver, Colorado, May 7 - May 12, 2006.

    J. Wan, H. Yang, R.S. Lakshmanan, R. Guntupalli, S. Huang, J.Hu, V.A. Petrenko, B.A.Chin.  Phage-based magnetostrictive-acoustic microbiosensors for detecting Bacillus anthracis spores.  Defense and Security Symposium. Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center. Orlando (Kissimmee), Florida USA.17-21 April 2006.

    Jiehui Wan, Hong Yang, I-Hsuan Chen, Valery A. Petrenko, and Bryan A. Chin. Bacteriophage modified biosensor for Bacillus anthracis spore detection.  231st  ACS National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 26-30, 2006.

    Valery A. Petrenko, James Barbaree, Jennifer R. Brigati, I-Hsuan Chen, Bryan Chin, Galina Kouzmitcheva, Eric Olsen, Iryna B. Sorokulova, Jennifer Sykora, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy. "Bioselective Detection Probes On a Basis of Fused Phages and Their Stripped Recombinant Proteins. Pittcon 2006, Orlando, Florida, March 12-17, 2006.

    2005    Valery A. Petrenko, Jennifer Brigati, Jennifer Sykora, Eric Olsen, Iryna B, Sorokulova, Galina Kouzmitcheva, I-Hsuan Chen, James Barbaree, Bryan Chin and Vitaly J. Vodyanoy. Landscape phages and their stripped proteins as self assembling affinity reagents for medicine and technology.  Proc. ENS'05, Paris, France, 14-16 December 2005, p.81-86.

    Kuzmicheva G.A., Eroshkin A.M., and Petrenko V.A. Modulating Landscape Phage Affinity by Mutagenesis of the Major Coat Protein. Sudak, Krimea, Ukraine, 24 September-3 October, 2005, p.41-42.

    Kouzmitcheva G.A., Petrenko V.A., Smith G.P.  Diagnostic Peptides For Lyme Disease.  International Multidisciplinary Symposium "Health of person--the base of progress of the society". From Experimental biology to preventive and integrative medicine".  Sudak, Krimea, Ukraine, 24 September-3 October, 2005, p.49-50.

    Kuzmicheva G.A., Sorokulova I.B., Olsen E., Chen I-H., and Petrenko V.A. Landscape Phage Libraries As a Sourse of Diagnostic Ligands". International Multidisciplinary Symposium "Health of person--the base of progress of the society". From Experimental biology to preventive and integrative medicine".  Sudak, Krimea, Ukraine, 24 September-3 October, 2005, p.48-49.

    Valery A. Petrenko, Jennifer Brigati, Jennifer Sykora, Eric Olsen, Iryna B, Sorokulova, Galina Kouzmitcheva, I-Hsuan Chen, James Barbaree, Bryan Chin, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy.  Emerging Bioselective Nanomaterials for Medicine and Technology on a Basis of Landscape Phages and Their Stripped Proteins.  Proc. IPSI – 2005 VENICE, Italy, November 10-13, 2005

    Wan JH, Li YQ, Fiebor B, Chen IH, Petrenko VA, Chin BA. Detection of Bacillus anthracis spores by landscape phage-based magnetostrictive biosensors.  Abstracts of  papers of the American Chemical Society 229: U155-U155 411-ANYL Part 1, MAR 13 2005

    V.A. Petrenko, E.V. Olsen, J. C. Sykora, G.A. Kouzmitcheva, I.B. Sorokulova, J.R. Brigati, I-H. Chen, B.A. Chin, and V.J.Vodyanoy. Nanofabrication of Bioselective Materials Using Diverse Nanolandscapes Displayed on Live Viruses.  Proc. of 2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, California, U.S.A.

    2004    S.B.Shankar Ganesh, Valery A. Petrenko, Aleksandr L.Simonian.  Prevention of Non-specific binding as a Way to Increase Sensitivity of SPR-based Biosensors.  The Electrochemical Society, Inc.   2004 Joint International Meeting. October 3-October 8, 2004. Honolulu, Hawaii, Hilton Hawaiian Village.

    Viswaprakash Nanduri, Alexandre M. Samoylov, Valery A. Petrenko, Vitaly Vodyanoy, and Aleksandr L. Simonian. Comparison of Optical and Acoustic Wave Phage Biosensors.  The Electrochemical Society, Inc.   2004 Joint International Meeting. October 3-October 8, 2004.  Honolulu, Hawaii, Hilton Hawaiian Village.

    Petrenko V.A.  Robust Bioselective Materials for Concentration, Storage, Transportation and Analysis of Biological Threat Agents.  Proc. of First International Conference on Fate of Biological Agents. 7-10 June 2004. Williamsburg Hospitality House, Williamsburg, Virginia.

    Petrenko V.A., Sorokulova, I.B., Brigatti J., Olsen E., Nanduri V., Chen I., Barbaree J., Symonyan A., Vodyanoy V., Chin B. Substitution of Antibodies by Phage-Borne Probes in Detection Devices.  Proc. of 36th Annual Oak Ridge Conference "Tomorrow's Technology Today. Pushing the Technology Envelope. An Exploration of the Future of Clinical Laboratory Testing."  April 29-30, 2004, The Fairmont San Jose, California.

    Jennifer R Brigati, David Williams, Iryna Sorokulova, Viswaprakash Nanduri, Charles Turnbough, Jr., and Valery Petrenko.  Diagnostic probes against Bacillus anthracis selected from a landscape phage library.  Proc. of GSC Research Forum. Auburn University Graduate Student Council, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, March 3-4, 2004.

    Valery A. Petrenko, Iryna B. Sorokulova, Jennifer Brigatti, Eric Olsen, I-Hsuan Chen, Jim Barbaree, Aleksander Symonyan, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy and Brian A. Chin. Rigid Phage-Derived Probes for Continuous Monitoring of Biological Threats. Proceedings of 2nd Joint Conference On Point Detection, 1-5 March 2004, Williamsburg Hospitality House Williamsburg, Virginia.

    2003    Samoylova TI, Cox NR, Petrenko VA, Morrison NE, Globa LP, Baker HJ. Use of Phage Probes to Profile Gliomas. Society for Neuroscience, 33-rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 8-12, 2003

    Cox NR, Samoylova TI, Petrenko VA, Morrison NE, Globa LP, Romanov V, Baker HJ. Glioma-Specific Cell Membrane Protein Identified Using Phage Display. Society for Neuroscience, 33-rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 8-12, 2003.

    Samoylova T., Krumnow A.A., Voloshenyuk T., Ratushnyak Y., Samoylov A., Globa L., Pathirana S., Pustovyy O., Petrenko V.A., Barbaree J., Vodyanoy V. “New Protective Medium for Dehydration and Preservation of Biologicals.” Lyophilization and Freeze-Drying Conference (2003), Chicago, IL, September 13-16, 2003.

    Samoylova T., Voloshenyuk T., Krumnow A.A., Ratushnyak Y., Samoylov A., Globa L., Pathirana S., Barbaree J., Petrenko V.A., Vodyanoy V. “Dehydration and Storage of Proteins in Natural Polymer”. Lyophilization and Freeze-Drying Conference (2003), Chicago, IL, September 13-16, 2003.

    Petrenko V.A. “Landscapes against Landscapes. Targeting Complex Biological Systems: Bacteria, Spores and Tumor Cells, with Multivalent Phage Probes”. Understanding Phage Display 2003, January 17-20, 2003, Morris L. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. 

    2002    Petrenko V.A. “Phage as a Biospecific Probe for Detection of Biological Threat Agents”,. Biodefense: Research, Technology, and Applications. November 4-5, 2002, Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean, Virginia.

    Petrenko V.A., A.M. Samoylov V.J. Vodyanoy. Phage as Engineered Self-Replicating Self-Assembling System for Nanofabrication of Bioselective Sensors. Nanotechnology at the Interface of Information Technology. February 7-9, 2002, Baton Rouge, LA, U.S.A.

    2000    Petrenko V.A. Display at different positions of pVIII and the design of mosaic phage. Understanding Phage Display—Structure, Biology, and Applications. September 21-24, 2000, Simon Frazer University, Vancouver, Canada.

    Petrenko V.A. Phage Landscape Libraries as a Source of Substitute Antibodies for Detection Platforms. Biomolecular Signalling, Energy Transfer, and Transduction Processes. The Workshop Sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Office. May 14-17, 2000. High Hampton Inn. Cashiers, NC.

    Petrenko V.A. Diagnostic Peptides for Lyme Disease. Protein Discovery Technologies. New Methods and Applications in Therapeutic Development (Formerly Phage Display). April 3-4, 2000. Hilton Back Bay. Boston, MA.

    1999    Petrenko V.A., G.A. Kouzmitcheva and G.P. Smith. Landscape Libraries as a Source of Microfiber Materials for Medicine, Science and Technology. Frontiers in Molecular Diversity: From Biology to Material Science. NATO Advanced Research Workshop. September 19 - 22, 1999. Moscow, Russia

    Petrenko V.A. Microfber Materials for Medicine, Science, and Technology from Phage Landscape Libraries. Phage Display: Novel Therapeutics and Diagnostics. Applications in Product Development and Small Molecule Discovery. March 29-30, 1999. The Charles Hotel. Cambridge, MA.

    1998    Petrenko V.A. Phage Resurfacing as a Route to New Materials. Biomolecular Signalling, Energy Transfer and Transduction Processes; Physiology and Performance. The Workshop-Symposium Sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Office Biological Sciences Division. May 4-6, 1998. High Hampton Inn, Cashiers, NC.

    1997    Petrenko V.A. A Library of Organic Landscapes on Filamentous Phage. Display Technologies. In Protein Engineering, Drug Discovery, Molecular Evolution and Vaccine Development. IBC’s International Conference. February 10-11, 1997. Lake Tahoe, NV.

    1996    Petrenko V.A., G.P. Smith, X. Gong and T. Quinn. A library of Organic Landscapes on Filamentous Phage. Biomolecular Signal Generators and Transduction Processes: Implications for Sensors and other Device Applications. The Workshop-Symposium Sponsored by the US Army Research Office. May 20-22, 1996. High Hampton Inn. Cashiers, NC.

    1993    Petrenko V. A., Lee Makowski (1993) Potential Applications of Phage Display to Bioremediation. Proc. 2nd International Symp. on In Situ and On-site Bioreclamation. San Diego

    1992    Glotov A.G., I.I. Baturina, V.A. Petrenko. The development of the hybridization test-system for detection of infectious Rhinotracheitis Virus (BHV-1) in the cattle. The questions of Veterinary Virology, Microbiology and Epizoology. The All-Russian Conference. Abstracts of reports. Part 1. Pokrov, 1992.. P.175.

    Karpenko L.I., V.S. Kaplin, V.A. Petrenko. Display of the VP-1 immunodominant epitope of coat protein of foot-and-mouth disease virus on the core antigen of hepatitis B capsid. The questions of Veterinary Virology, Microbiology and Epizoology The All-Russian Conference. Abstracts of reports. Part 1. Pokrov, 1992. P.175-176.

    Tikunova N.V., S.Yu. Golovin, N.V. Melamed, Yu.L. Khripin, E.N. Vyasovaya, N.N. Mikryukov, V.A. Petrenko. A.A. Ilyichev. High-efficient expression of human α1-antitrypsin gene in E.coli cells. New Trends in Biotechnology. The 5th All-Russian Conference. Abstracts of reports. Puschino-na-Oke,1992. P.44 (Rus).

    Minenkova O.O., A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. Recombinant subunit vaccines may be obtained on the basis of filamentous bacteriophage M13. New Trends in Biotechnology. The 5th Russian Conference. Abstracts of reports. Puschino-na-Oke,1992. P.65 (Rus).

    Karpenko L.I., O.N. Kaplina, A.A.Ilyichev, V.A.Petrenko. Usage of core antigen of Hepatitis B virus as a carrier of antigenic determinant of protein VP1 of foot-and-mouth disease virus. New Trends in Biotechnology. The 5th Russian Conference. Abstracts of reports. Puschino-na-Oke, 1992. P.61 (Rus).

    1991    Petrenko V.A. , G.A. Kuzmicheva, L.I. Karpenko, A.A. Ilyichev. Mutagenic properties of oligonucleotides with modified sugarophosphate backbone. Synthetic Oligonucleotides Problems and Frontiers of practical Applications. International Symposium. Abstracts of reports. Moscow, 1991. Nucleic acids symposium series. Oxford, 1991. P.213-214.

    Petrenko V.A., G.A. Kuzmicheva, L.I. Karpenko. Investigation of mutagenic properties of oligonucleotide analogues. Synthetic Oligonucleotides: Problems and Frontiers of practical Applications. International Symposium. Abstracts of reports. Moscow, 1991. P.86.

    Tatkov S.I., O.Yu. Smirnova, A.A. Ilyichev,G.P. Kishchenko, A.A. Kolokoltsov, V.F. Maistrenko, A.I. Zakabunin, V.A. Petrenko. The influence of some amino acid residues on the stability and biological properties of human immune Interferons. . Medical Biotechnology, Immunization and AIDS. International Conference. Leningrad,1991. P.32..

    O.O. Minenkova, G.P. Kishchenko, A.A. Ilyichev, Yu.L. Khripin, V.A. Petrenko. A study of M13 bacteriophage as possible carrier of antigenic determinants. Medical Biotechnology, Immunization and AIDS. International Conference. Leningrad, 1991. P.168(Rus)..

    1990    Petrenko V.A., A.A. Ilyichev, O.O. Minenkova. Study of M13 bacteriophage as a possible carrier of infective agent antigen epitops. The 7th International Symposium on metabolism and enzymology of nucleic acids including gene and protein engineering .Abstr., Bratislava, Czechoslovakia.1990.

    Oreshkova S.F. , A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Kozlov, I.I. Krasnoborov, V.A. Petrenko Nonradioactive determination of the viral nucleic acids by hybridization in microplate wells. Modern Trends in Creating Medical Kits. Moscow, 1990. P.75(Rus).

    Tatkov S.I., V.N. Kuvshinov, M.E.Komarskih, S.Ya. Golovin, O.O.Minenkova, O.Yu. Smirnova, A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. Construction of a new generation of Hepatitis B vaccine New Trends in Biotechnology. The All-Union Conference. Abstracts of reports. Puschino, 1990. P.68(Rus).

    O.O. Minenkova, G.P. Kishchenko, A.A. Ilyichev, Yu.L. Khripin, V.A. Petrenko Requirements to the aminoacid sequence of the antigenic determinants, inserted into M13 B protein. . New Trends in Biotechnology. The All-Union Conference. Abstracts of reports. Puschino, 1990. P.65(Rus).

    Melamed N.V., A.A.Ilyichev, A.I. Zakabunin, V.A. Korzhov, V.B. Loktev, I.A. Razumov, S.V. Netesov, V.A. Petrenko. Production of significant immunogen fragments of E2 protein of VEE virus. New Trends in Biotechnology. The All-Union Conference. Abstracts of reports. Puschino, 1990. P.64(Rus).

    Kozlov V.A., S.F. Oreshkova, A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Mordvinov, O.A. Kipriyanova, I.P. Ivanova, Q.L. Krugleeva, S.V. Sennikov, V.V. Noskov, E.A. Braga, V.A. Petrenko Lymphokine gene expression in normal and pathology. Symposium on Molecular Factor of Hematopoiesis and Stem Cells. Abstracts of reports. Pushchino, 1990. .P.26(Rus). 

    Smirnova O.Yu., S.I. Tatkov, A.A.Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. Mutant gamma interferons with an altered C-terminus and their properties. Modern Aspects in Using Interferons and the other Immunomodulators. Proceedings. Moscow, 1990. P.114. (Rus).

    Oreshkova S.F., T.M. Arykova, I.I. Baturina, A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. DNA-probes and components for nonradioactive hybridization analyses. Human Genome – 90. The First All-Union Conference. Abstracts of reports. Moscow, 1990.-P.217-218(Rus).

    Tikunova N.I., S.Ya. Golovin, A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. Structure-function analysis of PI locus (human protease 1-inhibitor). Human Genome – 90. The First All-Union Conference. Abstracts of reports. Moscow, 1990. P.183-194(Rus).

    Tatkov S.I., O.Yu. Smirnova, A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. Mutant gamma interferons with an altered C-terminus and their properties. Human Genome – 90. The First All-Union Conference. Abstracts of reports. Moscow, 1990.-P.136-137(Rus).

    Puzyrev A.T., A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. A method of equalization of dsDNA concentrations in mixtures. Human Genome – 90. The First All-Union Conference. Abstracts of reports. Moscow, 1990. P.91.

    Belyavskaya V.A., A.A. Ilyichev, V.N. Krasnykh, V.A. Petrenko. Stability of recombinant plasmids in various Bacillus strains. Molecular mechanisms of Genetic processes: The 7 All-Union Symposium. Abstracts of reports. Moscow, 1990. P.197(Rus).

    1989    Oreshkova S.F., I.I. Baturina, A.A. Ilyichev, T.N. Orlova, V.A. Petrenko. Sensitivity of determination of biotinylated DNA probes depending on the used conjugates (streptavidin-enzyme) and substrates. Components of Nucleic Acids. The 8th All-Union Symposium. . Abstr. of reports. Riga, 1989. P.99 (Rus)

    1988    Oreshkova S.F., I.I. Baturina, A.A. Ilyichev, V.A. Petrenko. The determination of the Hepatitis A virus by using the biotinylated oligonucleotide probes. Modern Trends in Creating of Medical Kits. All-Union Conference. Abstr. of reports. Moscow, 1988. P.106(Rus).

    Petrenko V.A., S.I. Tatkov, O.Yu. Smirnova, A.A. Ilyichev. Protein engineering of IFNs is a way to develop new biologically active substances. Investigation of structure-function of leukocyte IFN by oligonucleotide-directed mutagenesis. New Trends in Biotechnology. All-union conference. Abstr. of reports. Puschino, 1988. P.103(Rus).

    Ilyichev A.A., O.O. Minenkova, S.I. Tatkov, N.N. Karpishev, A.M. Eroshkin, V.A. Petrenko. Usage of M13 filamentous bacteriophage for protein engineering. New Trends in Biotechnology. All-Union Conference. Abstr. of reports. Puschino, 1988 (Rus).

    Kipriyanov S.M., A.N. Boldyrev, P.I. Pozdnyakov, V.A. Petrenko. Mutagenic properties of phosphotriester analogues of oligodeoxyribonucleotides. International Workshop "Prospects in Therapeutic and Diagnostic Applications of Oligonucleotide Derivatives". Novosibirsk, USSR, 1988. P.25.

    1986    Petrenko V.A., S.M. Kipriyanov, A.N. Boldyrev, L.N. Semenova. Substitution of DNA-polymerase A by E.coli DNA-polymerase1 does not lead to the decrease in efficiency of oligonucleotide-directed mutagenesis. Molecular Biology and Genetics of Plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Puschino-na-Oke, Moscow, 1986. P.9(Rus).

    1985    Petrenko V.A., L.N. Semenova, G.F. Sivolobova. Derivatives of M13 DNA containing the gene fragment of -galactosidase – convenient mutation systems for optimizing the conditions of localized mutagenesis. The 10th All-Union Conference on Plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Puschino-na-Oke, 1985. P.163 (Rus).

    Petrenko V.A., L.N. Semenova, G.F. Sivolobova. Derivatives of M13 DNA containing the gene fragment of -galactosidase – convenient mutation systems for optimizing the conditions of localized mutagenesis. The 10th All-Union Conference on Plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Puschino-na-Oke, 1985. P.163 (Rus).

    Petrenko V.A., S.I. Tatkov, L.N. Semenova. Study of leukocytic interferon by localized mutagenesis. The 10th All-Union Conference on Plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Puschino-na-Oke, 1985. P.128-129(Rus).

    Petrenko V.A., S.I. Tatkov, L.N. Semenova. The experimental model and potential molecular mechanism of the induced deletion mutagenesis. The 10th All-Union Conference on Plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Puschino-na-Oke, 1985. P.127-128(Rus). 

    Petrenko V.A., S.M.Kipriyanov, P.I. Pozdnyakov. Mutagenesis directed by phosphotriester analogues of oligonucleotides. The 10th All-Union Conference on Plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Puschino-na-Oke, 1985. P.127-128(Rus). 

    Petrenko V.A., L.N. Semenova, G.F. Sivolobova. Localized mutagenesis of the cloned genes. Achievements in Microbiology. The 7th Conference of the All-Union Microbiol. Society. Abstr. of reports. Alma- Ata, 1985. P.58 (Rus).

    Petrenko V.A., S.I.Tatkov, G.F. Sivolobova. Investigation of structure-function organization of human leukocytic α2-IFN by methods of localized mutagenesis Interferon - 85. The All-Union Conference on results and prospects of theoretical and practical clinical investigations on Interferon problems. Abstr. of reports. Tbilisi, 1985. P.136 (Rus).

    1984    Petrenko V.A., G.F. Sivolobova, A.N. Boldyrev. Production of mutant genes of human leukocytic α2-IFN by localized mutagenesis. Hybrid plasmids and expression of plasmid genes. The All-Union Council on plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Moscow, 1984. P.194 

    Petrenko V.A.. Specific DNA modification in binding sites of RNA polymerase Hybrid plasmids and expression of plasmid genes. The All-Union Council on plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Moscow, 1984. P.193 (Rus). 

    Petrenko V.A. S.I. Tatkov, L.N. Semyonova. a-2 IFN, bound up in the phase with -donor peptide of -galactosidase expresses the protein which ensures -complementation of -galactosidase activity. Hybrid plasmids and expression of plasmid genes. The All-Union Council on plasmids. Abstr. of reports. Moscow, 1984. P.193 (Rus).

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    Posters

    Data are presented for the last 14 years.

    2014

    1.     Gillespie JW and Petrenko VA. Multifunctional Phage Coat Protein Fusions for Breast Cancer Microenvironment Targeting. Annual European Network of Breast Development and Cancer Workshop. May 08-10, 2014; Weggis, Switzerland. Gillespie JW and Petrenko VA. Rapid Modification of Preformed Liposomes with Cancer-Specific Phage Major Coat Proteins for High-Throughput Screening of Phage-Based Nanomedicines. NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: Annual Site Visit. Mar 19, 2014; Northeastern University, Boston, MA.

    2.     Gillespie JW, Hazi A, Wang T, Bedi D, Wei L, Stallings LS, Diskin J, Shelley B, Snellgrove J, Eggert M, Nie B, Panizzi P, Arnold RD, Torchilin VP, and Petrenko VA. Development and High Throughput Screening of Targeted Anticancer Nanomedicines. NanoBio Summit. Oct 23, 2014; University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

    3.     Gillespie JW, Hazi A, Wang T, Wei L, Stallings LS, Diskin J, Shelley B, Snellgrove J, Torchilin VP, and Petrenko VA. Development and High Throughput Screening of Targeted Anticancer Nanomedicines. NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: Principal Investigators Meeting. Oct 01-03, 2014; National Institutes of Health – Shady Grove Campus, Rockville, MD.

    4.     A.L.Hazi, J.W. Gillespie, V.A. Petrenko.  “Dual Selected Phage Ligands for Tumor Targeted Nanomedicines,” Drug Discovery and Therapy World Congress in Boston, MA.  June 16th -19th, 2014.

    5.     Hazi A, Gillespie JW, and Petrenko VA. Dual Selected Cancer Ligands for Tumor Targeted Nanomedicines. Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day. Nov 5, 2014; College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

    6.     Shelley B, Hazi A, Gillespie JW, and Petrenko VA. Assessment of Various Insertion Methods of Bacteriophage Proteins into LipoDox. AU Research Week. June 06, 2014; Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

    1.     2011. Development of Phage Ligands for targeting Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer. Lixia Wei, Deepa Bedi, James Gillespie, Amada Hazi, Tiffany O’Dell and Valery Petrenko. Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day, Phi Zeta Epsilon Chapter, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, November 9, 2011. P.60.

    2.     Deepa Bedi, Olusegun A. Fagbohun, Vasily A. Petrenko, Andreas Ebner, Michael Leitner, Peter Hinterdorfer, and Valery A. Petrenko. Nanophage-Mediated Targeted Delivery of siRNA into Breast Cancer Cells. Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day, Phi Zeta Epsilon Chapter, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, November 9, 2011. p.50.

    3.     2010 Deepa Bedi, James Gillespie, Olusegun A. Fagbohun and Valery A Petrenko. Targeted delivery of siRNA via phage-fusion proteins (2010). Particles, Medical/Biochemical Diagnostic, Pharmaceutical, and Drug Delivery Applications of Particle Technology, May 22-25, 2010 , Regal Sun Resort (Walt Disney World), Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

    4.      2009 Olusegun A. Fagbohun, Deepa Bedi, Stephanie Koehler, Patricia Deinnocentes, Richard C. Bird, and Valery A. Petrenko.  Landscape phage probe for cytokeratins 8/18. Phi Zeta Research Day Forum, November 11, 2009 - Joy Goodwin Rudd Student Center, Auburn, AL.

    5.      James W. Gillespie, Deepa Bedi, and Valery A. Petrenko. Optimization of a Breast Cancer Specific Phage Probe into Liposomal Doxil. Phi Zeta Research Day Forum, November 11, 2009 - Joy Goodwin Rudd Student Center, Auburn, AL.

    6.      Chuanling Xu, James W. Gillespie, Steven Kitchens, Stuart B. Price & Valery A. Petrenko. Landscape Phage Probes for Rapid Detection of Staphylococcus aureus. Phi Zeta Research Day Forum, November 11, 2009 - Joy Goodwin Rudd Student Center, Auburn, AL.

    7.     2008 S. Modali, G. Abbineni, P. Jayanna, V. Petrenko, C. Mao (2008) Evolutionary selection of bone mineral hydroxyapatite binding peptide using landscape phage library. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech, Boston, June 1-5. Pages 465-467.

    8.     S. Huang, H. Yang, M. Johnson, J. Wan, I. Chen, V.A. Petrenko, B.A. Chin (2008) Optimization of Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensor Performance. Technical Proceedings of the 2008 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Boston, June 1-5, Volume 2, Pages 642-645.

    9.     Jayanna P.K., Deinnocentes P., Bird R.C., & Petrenko V.A. (2008) Landscape Phage Probes for PC3 Prostate Carcinoma Cells. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech, Boston, June 1-5. Volume 2, Pages 457-460.

    10.  Jayanna P.K., Torchilin V.P. & Petrenko V.A. (2008) Phage-Derived Vehicles for Gene and Drug Delivery. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech, Boston, June 1-5.

    11.  Kuzmicheva G.A., Sorokulova I.B., Jayanna P.K., & Petrenko V.A. (2008) Landscape Phage Libraries as a Source of Bioselective Nanomaterials. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech, Boston, June 1-5. Volume 2, Pages 446-448.

    12.  Kuzmicheva G.A., Eroshkin A.M., Potemkin V.A., Jayanna P.K., & Petrenko V.A. (2008) Modulating Affinity of Landscape Phage Nanoparticles by Mutagenesis of the Major Coat Protein. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech, Boston, June 1-5. Volume 2, Pages 442-445.

    13.  Fagbohun O.A., Bedi D., Jayanna P.K., Deinnocentes P., Bird R.C., & Petrenko V.A. (2008) Landscape Phage Probes for Breast Cancer Cells. Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech, Boston, June 1-5.

    14.  2007 Jayanna P.K., Torchilin V.P. and V.A. Petrenko. Drug Delivery Vehicles Targeted by Phage Proteins. Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium, Nano DDS'07, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, November 2-3.

    15.  Fagbohun O.A., Jayanna P.K., Bedi D., Deinnocentes P.A, Bird R.C. and V.A. Petrenko.  Landscape Phage Probes for Breast Cancer Cells. Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium, Nano DDS'07, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, November 2-3.

    16.  Shin Horikawa, Jiechui Wan, Michael L. Johnson, Jong Wook Hong, Valery A. Petrenko, and Bryan A. Chin. In Situ Detection of A Single Bacterial Cell Using Wireless Magnetoelastic Resonance Sensors On A Microfluidic Platform. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    17.  S. Huang, H. Yang, M.L. Johnson, I. Chen, V.A. Petrenko, J.M. Barbaree, and B.A. Chin. Remote Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Microbiosensors for the Simultaneous Detection of Salmonella typhimurium and Bacillus anthracis Spores. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    18.  Michael L. Johnson, I.H. Chen, J.M. Barbaree, V.A. Petrenko, D.J. Kim, B.C. Prorok, Z.Y. Cheng, and B.A. Chin. A Wireless Biosensor Using a Microfabricated Phage-Interfaced, Magnetoelastic Platform. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    19.  Ramji S. Lakshmanan, Rajesh Guntupalli, Dong-Joo Kim, Zhong-Yang Cheng, Valery A. Petrenko, James M. Barbaree, and Bryan A. Chin. Characterization of A Phage Based Magnetoelastic Biosensors for the Detection of Salmonella typhimurium. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    20.  Kiril A. Vaglenov, sergey N. Ustinov, Galina A. Kouzmitcheva, and Valery A. Petrenko. Phage Microarray. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    21.  Jiehui Wan, M.L. Johnson, R. Guntuplli, S. Horikaea, J.W. Hong, J.M. Barbaree, V.A. Petrenko, and B.A. Chin. Micro-Fabricated, Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Particles for the Detection of Bacillus anthracis Spores. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    22.  Fei Xie, Hong Yang, Tung-Shi Huang, Valery A. Petrenko, James M. Barbaree, and Bryan A. Chin. Landscape Phage and Gold Nanoparticles for Detecting Bacteria. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    23.  H. Yang, S. Huang, R.S. Lakshmanan, M.L. Johnson, I. Chen, V.A. Petrenko, J.M. Barbaree, and B.A. Chin. Electron Microscopy Characterization for the Effect of Solution Chemistry on the Binding Affinity of Filamentous Phages. 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, November 8-10, 2007, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, Auburn AL.

    24.  S. Huang, H. Yang, M. Johnson, I. Chen, V. A. Petrenko, and B. A. Chin.  Simultaneous Detection of Salmonella typhimurium and Bacillus anthracis SporesUsing Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensors. NSTI Nanotech. The Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Santa Clara, May 20-24, 2007. Technical Proceedings, Nanotech 2007, V. 2. p.515-518-706, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

    25.  2006 Prashanth K. Jayanna, Galina A. Kouzmitcheva, Dawn M. Boothe, and Valery A. Petrenko. Landscape Phage Probes for b-Lactamase. Phi Zeta The Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine, Epsilon Chapter. Research Emphasis Day, November 01, 2006. College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

    26.  Major E. Olsen, USAF, PhD, I. Sorokulova, PhD, I-H. Chen, J. Barbaree, PhD, V. Petrenko, PhD, V. Vodyanoy, PhD. Phage-coupled Piezoelectric Biodetector for Salmonella typhimurium. Society of Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists (SAFMLS) symposium. Reno, NV, March 2006.

    27.  Major E. Olsen, USAF, PhD, I. Sorokulova, PhD, I-H. Chen, J. Barbaree, PhD, V. Vodyanoy, PhD, V. Petrenko.  Recombinant Phage Probes for Salmonella typhimurium Detection.  Society of Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists (SAFMLS) symposium. Reno, NV, March 2006.

    28.  Major E. Olsen, USAF, PhD, I. Sorokulova, PhD, I-H. Chen, J. Barbaree, PhD, V. Petrenko, PhD, V. Vodyanoy PhD. Chloroform-treated Filamentous Phage Bioreceptors for Piezoelectric Sensors.  Society of Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists (SAFMLS) symposium. Reno, NV, March 2006.

    29.  2005 Olsen E. V. , I. B. Sorokulova, I-H. Chen, J. M. Barbaree, V. J. Vodyanoy, V. A. Petrenko.  Phage-Coupled Piezoelectric Biodetector for Salmonella typhimurium 105th General Meeting. American Society for MIcrobiology. Georgia World Congress Center, June 5 - June 9, 2005. Atlanta, GA.

    30.  2004 Kelley Franz, Iryna Sorokulova and Valery Petrenko. Selection of Salmonella specific phage probes from Landscape Phage Libraries. Fifth Merck National Summer Student Symposium. Auburn University, Alabama, July 29-30, 2004.

    31.  Jennifer Brigati, David Williams, Iryna Sorokulova, Viswaprakash Nanduri, I-Hsuen Chen, Charles Turnbough Jr  and Valery A. Petrenko.  Substitution of Antibodies with Phage-Borne Probes in Detection of Bacillus anthracis Spores. 36th Annual Oak Ridge Conference: Tomorrow's Technology Today. Pushing the Technology Envelope. An Exploration of the Future of Clinical Laboratory Testing.  April 29-30, 2004, The Fairmont San Jose, California.

    32.  Solomon Yilma, Jennifer C. Sykora, Iryna B. Sorokulova, Charles D. Ellis, Alexander Samoylov, W. Charles Neely, Valery A. Petrenko and Vitaly J. Vodyanoy "Skinned Phage as a Component of Biosensor". MOLDICE Principal Investigators' Meeting, March 4-5, 2004, Palm Springs, CA.

    33.  2003 Samoylova TI, Cox NR, Petrenko VA, Morrison NE, Globa LP, Baker HJ. Use of Phage Probes to Profile Gliomas. Society for Neuroscience, 33-rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 8-12, 2003.

    34.  Cox NR, Samoylova TI, Petrenko VA, Morrison NE, Globa LP, Romanov V, Baker HJ. Glioma-Specific Cell Membrane Protein Identified Using Phage Display. Society for Neuroscience, 33-rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 8-12, 2003.

    35.  Jennifer C. Sykora, William C. Neely, Valery A. Petrenko, and Vitaly J. Vodyanoy Bioselective Recognition Layers of Recombinant Phage Proteins in Biosensors. Auburn University Detection and Food Safety Center's 2003 Technology Preview. April 30-May 1, 2003, Conference Center, Auburn

    36.  Viswaprakash Nanduri, Alexandre M. Samoylov, Bryan A. Chin, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy, and Valery A. Petrenko. Phage as Antibody Replacement for Detection of B. anthracis Spores. Auburn University Detection and Food Safety Center's 2003 Technology Preview. April 30-May 1, 2003, Conference Center, Auburn

    37.  Yrina B. Sorokulova, I-Hsuan Chen, Alexandre M. Samoylov, Jim Barbaree, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy, Bryan A. Chin, and Valery A.  Petrenko. Biospecific Probes Against Salmonella typhimurium selected from Landscape Phage Libraries. Auburn University Detection and Food Safety Center's 2003 Technology Preview. April 30-May 1, 2003, Conference Center, Auburn

    38.  Jennifer C. Sycora, William C. Neely, Valery A. Petrenko, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy. Monolayers of Phage-derived Products and Application to Biosensors. 2nd Annual Graduate Chemistry Student Association. Poster Session. April 18, 2003.

    39.  Viswaprakash Nanduri, Alexandre M. Samoylov, Bryan A. Chin, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy, and Valery A. Petrenko. Rapid detection of B.anthracis using landscape phage.. The Thirteenth Annual Research Forum, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, March 19-20, 2003.

    40.  2002 Valery A. Petrenko, Galina Kouzmitcheva, Alexandre M. Samoylov,  Nanduri Viswaprakash, David D. Williams, Charles L. Turnbough, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy “Phage As Detector of Biological Threat”, DARPA, Biological Agent Identification Technologies (BAIT 2002). Principal Investigator Conference. Las Vegas, May 8-10, 2002.

    41.  2001 Valery Petrenko, Shin-Hee Kim, Dr. Tung Shi Huang, Cheng-i Wei and Haejung An. “Bioligand Detection of Prohibited Meat and Bone Meal In Animal Feed”. Inaugural Technology Conference, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, August 1-2, 2001.

    42.  Valery A. Petrenko, Rachana Agrawal, Alexandre M. Samoylov, James M. Barbaree, and Vitaly J. Vodyanoy. Phage Display for Detection of Bacterial and Toxic Threat Agents. Inaugural Technology Conference, Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center, August 1-2, 2001. 

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    Chair at Scientific Forums

    1. Phage Nanobiotechnology. Nanotech 2010 Conference and Expo, June 21-24, 2010, Anaheim, CA.
    2. Nanotech 2009 Conference and Expo. Symposium "Phage Nanobiotechnology". May 3-7 2009, Houston, TX, USA.
    3. NSTI Nanotech 2008, Symposium "Phage Nanobiotechnology", June 1-5 2008, Boston MA, USA.

    Speaker at Scientific Forums and Invited Lecturer

    Comments: data have been presented for the last 15 years.

    1. 2010  Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-Targeted Nanomedicines. 5th Biological Therapeutics Research and Development Conference, October 20-22, 2010, San Francisco, CA.

    2. Valery A. Petrenko. Phage Nanobiotechnology: Establishment and Evolution of the Concept (invited presentation).  Nanotech 2010 Conference and Expo, June 21-24, 2010, Anaheim, CA.

    3. Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-Displayed Interfaces in Wireless Biosensors for Detection of Threat Agents. Advances in BioDetection Technologies. 25-26 May 2010, The Burlington Hotel, Dublin, Ireland.

    4. Valery A. Petrenko. Phage molecular recognition interfaces in wireless biosensors. 1st Aegean International Conference on Molecular Recognition. June 6-11, 2010, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece.

    5. 2009 Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-targeted medications. 3rd BBBB-Bosphorus International Conference on Pharmaceutical Sciences, October 26-28, 2009, Antalya-Turkey.

    6. Valery A. Petrenko. Landscape phage probes for human cancer cells. 11th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON AMINO ACIDS, PEPTIDES AND PROTEINS, Vienna, August 3rd to 7th, 2009.

    7. Valery A. Petrenko. Phage Paradigm in Development of Targeted Medications. Nanotech 2009 Conference and Expo. Symposium "Phage Nanobiotechnology". May 3-7 2009, Houston, TX, USA.

    8. Valery A. Petrenko. From Magic Bullets Towards Magic Bombs: Landscape Phage Probes for Cancer Cells.  XIV. Dny profesora Vladimira Staska. Komplexni Onkologicke Centrum. Top Hotel Praha, Czech Rep., 27-28, 3, 2009.

    9. 2008  Valery A. Petrenko. “Phage Nanobiotechnology – a New Paradigm in Development of Targeted Antitumor Medications” . Nanotechnology International Forum, Section “Nanotechnology in Oncology”. The Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies,  December 3-5, 2008, the International Exhibition Center of Moscow - «The Expocenter», Moscow, Russia.

    10. Valery A. Petrenko. Development of Targeted Antitumor Medications Using Phage Nanobiotechnology. International Conference “Nanotechnology in Oncology”, December 6, 2008, Russian Scientific Center "Kurchatov Institute", The Russian Association of Oncologists",  Moscow, Russia.

    11. Petrenko V.A. Combinatorial Nanobiotechnology – A Paradigm Shift In Chemistry And Material Science. EHRLICH II, 2nd World Conference on Magic Bullets, Oct 3-5, 2008 Nurnberg, Germany

    12. Valery A. Petrenko.  Phage Nanobiotechnology (Keynote speaker). Edinburgh International Phage Conference, July 23-29 2008, Edinburgh, UK.

    13. Valery A. Petrenko.  Landscape Phage-Derived Recognition Interfaces for Detection Devices. 12th Internation Conference Biodetection Technologies 2008.  Technological Responses to Biological Threats. June 23-25, 2008, Atlanta, GA USA.

    14. Valery A. Petrenko. Evolution of Phage Display Towards Nanobiotechnology. NSTI Nanotech 2008, Boston, June 1-5.

    15. Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-derived Vehicles for Gene and Drug Delivery. NSTI Nanotech 2008, Boston, June 1-5.

    16. 2007  Valery A. Petrenko. Phage Nanobiotechnology - a New Twist in Phage Display. International Conference "Bioresources And Viruses", Kiev, Ukraine, 10-13 September 2007.

    17. Valery A. Petrenko. Phage-Derived Bioselective Nanovehicles for Drur and Gene Delivery. 2007 NSTI Nanotechnology  Conference and Trade Show, May 20-24, 2007, Santa Clara, California, U.S.A.

    18. Valery Petrenko. Evolution of Phage Display: From Bioactive Peptides to Bioselective Nanomaterials. Screening & MedChem Europe,  Barcelona, Spain, 20-21 February 2007,

    19. 2006    Valery A. Petrenko.  Fusion Phage As a Bioselective Nanomaterial: Evolution of the Concept. European Nano Systems ENS'06 Conference, Paris, 14-15 December 2006.

    20. Valery A. Petrenko. Development of targeted affinity reagents by selection, amplification, and selfassemblage of phage fusion proteins".  232nd ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, September 10-14, 2006.

    21. Valery A. Petrenko, Jennifer R. Brigati, Iryna B. Sorokulova, Galina A. Kouzmitcheva, Eric Olsen, Jennifer Sykora, I-Hsuan Chen, James M. Barbaree, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy, Bryan Chin.  Bioselective detection probes on a basis of fused phages and their stripped recombinant proteins.  Pittsburgh Conference. Orlando, Florida, March 12-16, 2006.

    22. Valery Petrenko. Landscape Phage Libraries as a Rich Resource of Diagnostic Probes and Therapeutic Leads.  MedChem Europe, Prague,Czech Republic, 21-22 Feb. 2006.

    23. 2005    Valery Petrenko, Jennifer Brigati, Jennifer Sykora, Eric Olsen, Iryna Sorokulova, Galina Kouzmitcheva, I-Hsuan Chen, James Barbaree, Bryan Chin, Vitaly Vodyanoy. Landscape Phages and Their Stripped Proteins As Selfassembling Affinity Reagents For Medicine and Technology. European Nanosystems 2005, December 14-16 2005, Hotel Mercure Paris Tour Effel Sufren, Paris, France.

    24. Valery A. Petrenko, Jennifer Brigati, Jennifer Sykora, Eric Olsen, Iryna B, Sorokulova, Galina Kouzmitcheva, I-Hsuan Chen, James Barbaree, Bryan Chin, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy.  Emerging Bioselective Nanomaterials for Medicine and Technology on a Basis of Landscape Phages and Their Stripped ProteinsIPSI – 2005 VENICE, Italy, November 10-13, 2005

    25. V.A. Petrenko, E.V. Olsen, J. C. Sykora, G.A. Kouzmitcheva, I.B. Sorokulova, J.R. Brigati, I-H. Chen, B.A. Chin, and V.J.Vodyanoy. Nanofabrication of Bioselective Materials Using Diverse Nanolandscapes Displayed on Live Viruses.  2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, California, U.S.A.

    26. 2004    Petrenko V.A.  Robust Bioselective Materials for Concentration, Storage, Transportation and Analysis of Biological Threat Agents.  First International Conference on Fate of Biological Agents. 7-10 June 2004, Williamsburg Hospitality House, Williamsburg, Virginia.

    27. Valery A. Petrenko, Iryna B. Sorokulova, Jennifer Brigatti, Eric Olsen, I-Hsuan Chen, Jim Barbaree, Aleksander Symonyan, Vitaly J. Vodyanoy and Brian A. Chin. Rigid Phage-Derived Probes for Continuous Monitoring of Biological Threats. 2nd Joint Conference On Point Detection, 1-5 March 2004, Williamsburg Hospitality House Williamsburg, Virginia.

    28. Petrenko V.A. “Molecular Selection and Directed Evolution of Diagnostic Probes”. Auburn University Detection and Food Safety Center's 2003 Technology Preview. April 31-May 1, 2003, Conference Center, Auburn. 

    29. 2003    Petrenko V.A. “Landscapes against Landscapes. Targeting Complex Biological Systems: Bacteria, Spores and Tumor Cells, with Multivalent Phage Probes”. Understanding Phage Display 2003, January 17-20, 2003, Morris L. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. 

    30. 2002    Petrenko V.A. “Phage as a Biospecific Probe for Detection of Biological Threat Agents”,. BIODEFENCE: Research, Technology, and Applications. November 4-5, 2002, Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean, Virginia.

    31. Petrenko V.A. “Phage Display for Detection of Biological Threat Agents”. DARPA, Biological Agent Identification Technologies (BAIT 2002). Principal Investigator Conference. Las Vegas, May 8-10, 2002. National

    32. Petrenko V.A. “Phage as Engineered Self-Replicating Self-Assembling System for Nanofabrication of Bioselective Sensors” Nanotechnology at the Interface of Information Technology. February 7-9, 2002, Baton Rouge, LA, U.S.A.

    33. 2001    Petrenko V.A. Project Report. DARE/Antibody Replacement Focus Group Workshop. May 4, 2001. University of Alabama at Birmingham 

    34. Petrenko V.A. Project Report. DARE/Antibody Replacement Focus Group Workshop. February 22-23, 2001. University of Texas-Austin.

    35. 2000    Petrenko V.A. “Display at different positions of pVIII and the design of mosaic phage”. Understanding Phage Display—Structure, Biology, and Applications. September 21-24, 2000, Simon Frazer University, Vancouver, Canada

    36. Petrenko V.A. Project Report. DARE/Antibody Replacement Focus Group Workshop. August 28-29, 2000. Wayfarer Inn. Bedford, New Hampshire.

    37. Petrenko V.A. “Phage Landscape Libraries as a Source of Substitute Antibodies for Detection Platforms”. Biomolecular Signalling, Energy Transfer, and Transduction Processes. A Workshop Sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Office. May 14-17, 2000. High Hampton Inn. Cashiers, North Carolina.

    38. Petrenko V.A. “Diagnostic Peptides for Lyme Disease”, Protein Discovery Technologies. New Methods and Applications in Therapeutic Development (Formerly Phage Display). April 3-4, 2000. Hilton Back Bay. Boston, MA.

    39. 1999    Petrenko V.A. “Landscape Libraries as a Source of Microfiber Materials for Medicine, Science and Technology”, Frontiers in Molecular Diversity: From Biology to Material Science. NATO Advanced Research Workshop. September 19 - 22, 1999. Moscow, Russia

    40. Petrenko V.A. “Microfiber Materials for Medicine, Science, and Technology from Phage Landscape Libraries”. Phage Display: Novel Therapeutics and Diagnostics. Applications in Product Development and Small Molecule Discovery. March 29-30, 1999. The Charles Hotel. Cambridge, MA.

    41. 1998    Petrenko V.A. “Phage Resurfacing as a Route to New Materials”. Biomolecular Signalling, Energy Transfer and Transduction Processes; Physiology and Performance. A workshop-Symposium Sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Office Biological Sciences Division. May 4-6, 1998. High Hampton Inn, Cashiers, NC.

    42. 1997    Petrenko V.A. “A Library of Organic Landscapes on Filamentous Phage”. Display Technologies. In Protein Engineering, Drug Discovery, Molecular Evolution and Vaccine Development. IBC’s International Conference. February 10-11, 1997. Lake Tahoe, NV.

    43. 1996    Petrenko V.A. “A library of Organic Landscapes on Filamentous Phage”. Biomolecular Signal Generators and Transduction Processes: Implications for Sensors and other Device Applications. A Workshop-Symposium Sponsored by the US Army Research Office. May 20-22, 1996. High Hampton Inn. Cashiers, NC.

    44. 1992    Petrenko V.A. “Multivalent Display”. Cold Spring Harbor Conference on Phage Display. April, 1992

    Invited Lecturer

    (Last 12 years)

    1. “Combinatorial phage nanobiotechnology as a new paradigm in the development of precisely targeted antitumor medications”, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Division of Hematology/Oncology. The UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center. July 15, 2009.

    2. Landscape Phage Probes for Human Cancer Cells. College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health (CVMNAH), Tuskegee University, AL, April 3, 2009.

    3. Phage Nanobiotechnology.  Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia, December 18, 2008.

    4. Learning from Viruses: a Paradigm Shift Towards Smart Medications. NPO Vector, Koltsovo, Novosibirsk Region, Russia. December 16, 2008.

    5. Phage Nanobiotechnology for Medicine and Biodefence. Southern Research Institute Birmingham, AL. November 8, 2007.

    6. Phage Nanobiotechnology. National Agricultural University of Ukraine. Institute of Environment and Biotechnologies,  Kyiv, Ukraine. September 14 2007,

    7. Prospects of Targeted Delivery of Anticancer Medicines by Phage-Derived Bioselective Nanovehicles. University of Alabama at Birmingham.  Medical School. Birmingham, AL, June 13, 2007.

    8. Landscape Phage As a Bioselective Nanomaterial for Science, Medicine and Technology.  New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MA, April 26, 2007.

    9. Evolution of Phage Display: from Peptide Discovery to Phage Nanobiotechnology. Oklahoma University, Norman, November 2, 2006

    10. Phage evolved probes for threat agents.  Polytechnic University. New York, May 23, 2005.

    11. Directed Phage Evolution--A New Rout to Biomedical Materials.  Mexican National University. Mexico City, Mexico, December 10, 2004.

    12. Directed Molecular Evolution— New Technique for Development of Robust Bioselective Materials for Detection of Biological Threat Agents. Institute of Molecular Biology, Vector, Novosibirsk (Russia), September 18, 2004.

    13. Selective Probes From Landscape Phage Libraries for Detection of Biological Threat Agents. Animal Genomics Symposium, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, October 9-10 2003

    14. Spore as Vehicle for Drug Delivery, Dyax Corp., Boston, MA, November 7, 2002..

    15. Phage as Selectable Replicating Landscape for Nanofabrication of Bioselective Materials. TechWatch Seminar Series in AstroBionics, NASA San Jose, CA, October 11, 2002..

    16. Multivalent Phage Display: Peptides and landscapes. Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Rochester Medical Center, February 12, 2001

    17. Phage Landscaping.  Selective Genetics, San Diego, April 2000.

    18. Landscape libraries—a new route to coagulation modulators. Corvas International, San Diego, March 2000.

    19. Discovery of diagnostic peptides for infectious diseases and cancer using phage display technology. Dept of Medicine, SUNY Stony Brook, N.Y., July 1999.

    20. Molecular matchmaking: applications of phage display technology in Lyme disease and potentially cancer.  Brookhaven National Laboratories, Upton NY, July 1999.

    21. Phage resurfacing as a route to new materials for science, medicine and technology.  Wayne State University, Dep. Biochem., November 1998.

    22. Landscape libraries as a rich source of new materials. Vector, Novosibirsk (Russia), September 1998.

    23. Perspectives in separation of molecules using phage display technology. Dyax Corp., Boston, April 1997.

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    Auburn University Seminars and Presentations

    1. Evolution of Phage Display Towards Nanobiotechnology. College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, October 31, 2007.
    2. Bacillus Probiotics As a Drug Delivery System. (Co-speaker—Iryna Sorokulova) College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, April 25, 2003.
    3. Phage Display for Detection of Bacterial and Toxic Threat Agents. College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, October 1, 2001
    4. Phage Display—a Route to New Materials. Material Engineering, Auburn University, April 2, 2001.
    5. Phage display: development and applications. Dept of Pathobiology, Auburn University, Auburn, August 2000.

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    Other Research/Creative Contributions

    Dissertations

    1. Petrenko V.A.. Synthetic analogues of thymidine-5'-(-D-rhamnopyranosylpyrophosphate): Author's Abstract of Ph.D. dissertation in chemistry /The Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Academy of Science USSR., Moscow, 1976.-23p. (Rus).
      Comments: 200 copies of the Author’s Abstract have been sent to various Universities and Institutes of USSR for peer reviews. A copy of the Dissertation (150 pages) has been deposited to the Library of the Institute of Organic Chemistry, Moscow, Russia. 

    2. Petrenko V.A. Directed reconstruction of genetic material: Author's Abstract of D. Sci. dissertation in chemistry /The Moscow State University; Chemical Department. Moscow, 1988, 42p.(Rus).
      Comments: 200 copies of the Author’s Abstract have been sent to various Universities and Institutes of USSR for peer reviews. A copy of the Dissertation (450 pages) has been deposited to the Library of the Chemical Department of the Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia. 

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    Supervision of Research Personnel

    1. James Gillespie, March 2009 - Present

    2. Dr. Deepa Bedi, Postdoctoral Fellow, June 2007-Present.

    3. Lakshmi Prasanna Potturi, Research Associate II, June 2007-present.

    4. Kalina V. Ruycheva, Reserch Assistant, 2006-2007
    5. Sergey N. Ustinov, Research Scholar (2005-2006)
    6. Dr. Jane Mount, Postdoctoral Fellow, February 2003-2004.
    7. I-Hsuan Chen, Research Associate, May 2002-October 2006
    8. Dr. Iryna Sorokulova, Visiting Professor, March 2002-October 2004.
    9. Dr. Tatiana G. Voloshenuk, Postdoctoral Fellow (Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology), Training, March 2003-May 2004.
    10. Dr. Galina Kouzmitcheva, Postdoctoral Fellow, September 2001-August 2007.
    11. Shin-Hee Kim, Ph.D. student (Nutrition sciences), training, January 2001-June 2001.
    12. Xin Yue, Research Associate, March 2001-October 2001

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