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[2013 Published]

42.Currently, 6 manuscripts are under review & 5 currently under preparation.

41. Yan Wu, Fangxia Shen, Qi Chen, Mingzhen Li and Maosheng Yao* (2013), Enhancing Bioaerosol Sampling by Andersen Impactors Using Mineral-Oil-Spread Agar Plate , PLoS ONE, Accepted.

40. Zhenqiang Xu, Hong Xu, and Maosheng Yao* (2013),Applicability of a Modified MCE Filter Method with Button Inhalable Sampler for Monitoring Personal Bioaerosol Inhalation Exposure, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11356-012-1204-6 .

39.Fangxia Shen#, Miaomiao Tan#, Hong Xu#,Zhencheng Xu*,4 and Maosheng Yao*(2013),Development of a Novel Conductance-Based Technology for Environmental Bacterial Sensing, Chinese Science Bulletin,58:440-448, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11434-012-5621-1.

38. Zhenqiang Xu and Maosheng Yao * (2013), Monitoring of Bioaerosol Inhalation Risks in Different Environments Using a Six-stage Andersen Sampler and PCR-DGGE Method, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10661-012-2844-1.

[2012 Published]

37. Maosheng Yao (2012), Comment on "H5H1", Science, URL: http://comments.sciencemag.org/content/10.1126/science.336.6088.1521 .

36.Shen, Fangxia#; Wang, Jindong#; Xu, Zhenqiang; Wu, Yan; Chen, Qi; Li, Xiaoguang; Xu, Jie; Li, Lidong; Yao, Maosheng*; Guo, Xuefeng*; Zhu, Tong*(2012), Rapid Flu Diagnosis Using Silicon Nanowire Sensor, Nano Letters, DOI: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nl301516z .

35.Zhenqiang Xu, Fangxia Shen, Xiaoguang Li, Yan Wu, Qi Chen, Xu Jie, Maosheng Yao*(2012), Molecular and Microscopic Analysis of Bacteria and Viruses in Exhaled Breath Collected Using a Simple Impaction and Condensing Method, PLoS ONE, DOI: http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0041137.

34. Yongdong Liang#, Yan Wu#(co-first author) , Ke Sun, Qi Chen, Fangxia Shen, Jue Zhang*, and Maosheng Yao*, Tong Zhu, Jing Fang (2012), Rapid Inactivation of Biological Species in the Air using Atmospheric Pressure Non-thermal Plasma,Environmental Science and Technology,DOI: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es203770q

33. Chen, Qi; Gao, MIn; Li, Jing; Shen, Fangxia; Wu, Yan; Xu, Zhenqiang; Yao, Maosheng* (2012),Inactivation and Magnetic Separation of Bacteria from Liquid Suspensions Using Electrosprayed and Non-electrosprayed nZVI Particles: Observations and Mechanisms, Environmental Science and Technology, DOI: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es204024n


32. Fangxia Shen, Miaomiao Tan, Zhenxing Wang, Maosheng Yao*, Zhenqiang Xu, Yan Wu, Jindong Wang, Xuefeng Guo*, and Tong Zhu* (2011), Integrating Silicon Nanowire Field Effect Transistor, Microfluidics and Air Sampling Techniques for Real-time Monitoring Biological Aerosols, Environmental Science and Technology, DOI: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/es1043547

31. Yan Wu and Maosheng Yao* (2011), Effects of Microwave Irradiation on Concentration, Diversity and Gene Mutation of Culturable Airborne Microorganisms of Inhalable Sizes in Different Environments, Journal of Aerosol Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.jaerosci.2011.07.002.

30. Zhenqiang Xu, Yan Wu, Fangxia Shen, Qi Chen, Miaomiao Tan, and Maosheng Yao*(2011), Bioaerosol Science, Technology and Engineering: Past, Present and Future, Aerosol Science & Technology, DOI:10.1080/02786826.2011.593591. (Top 1 most READ article in AST, July 28, 2011)

29. Swee Yang Low, Karen Dannemiller, Maosheng Yao, Naomichi Yamamoto and Jordan Peccia*(2011), The Allergenicity of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia is influenced by growth temperature , Fungal Biology, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.funbio.2011.03.006.

28. Zhenqiang Xu and Maosheng Yao* (2011), Effects of Carbon Nanotube Filter on the Culturability and Diversity of Environmental Bioaerosols, Journal of Aerosol Science, 42: 387-396.

27. Qishuang He and Maosheng Yao* (2011), Integration of High Volume Portable Aerosol-to-Hydrosol Sampling and qPCR in Monitoring Bioaerosols, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 13:706-712. .

26.Chenqi Xie, Fangxia Shen and Maosheng Yao* (2011), A Novel Method for Measuring the Charge Distribution of Airborne Microbes, Aerobiologia, DOI: 10.1007/s10453-010-9183-x (Top 5 most downloaded articles)

25.Zhenqiang Xu and Maosheng Yao* (2011), Analysis of Culturable Bacterial Aerosol Diversity Obtained Using Different Sampling and Cultivation Methods, Aerosol Science & Technology, DOI: 10.1080/02786826.2011.582195.

24.Miaomiao Tan, Fangxia Shen, Maosheng Yao* , and Tong Zhu (2011), Development of an Automated Electrostatic Sampler (AES) For Bioaerosol Detection, Aerosol Science & Technology, DOI: 10.1080/02786826.2011.582193.


23.Yan Wu, Fangxia Shen and Maosheng Yao* (2010), Use of Gelatin Filter and BioSampler in Detecting Airborne H5N1 Nucleotides, Allergens and Bacteria, Journal of Aerosol Science, 41:869-879 (Top 11 hottest articles)

22.Yan Wu and Maosheng Yao* (2010), Inactivation of Bacteria and Fungus Aerosols Using Microwave Irradiation, Journal of Aerosol Science, 41 :682–693. (Top 8 hottest articles)

21.Kejun Li , Shuofei Dong,Yan Wu and Maosheng Yao*, (2010), Comparisons of Biological Contents in the Air Samples Collected from the Ground and an Altitude of 238 m, Aerobiologia, 26:233-244(Top 5 most downloaded articles)

20.Tianjia Guan and Maosheng Yao* (2010), Use of Carbon Nanotube Filter in Removing Bioaerosols, Journal of Aerosol Science, 6: 611-620 (Top 10 hottest articles)

19.Shuofei Dong and Maosheng Yao* (2010), Exposure Assessment in Beijing: Biological Agents, Ultrafine Particles and Heavy Metals , Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 170: 331-343.


18.Maosheng Yao*, Tong Zhu*, Kejun Li, Shuofei Dong, Yan Wu, Xinghua Qiu, Bo Jiang, Liansheng Chen and Shiqi Zhen (2009),Onsite Infectious Agents and Toxins Monitoring May 12 Sichuan Earthquake Affected Areas, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 11, 1993 - 2001.

17.Minghui Diao and Maosheng Yao* (2009), Use of Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles in Inactivating Microbes, Water Research, 43:5243-5251

16.Maosheng Yao*, Yan Wu, Shiqi Zhen, and Gediminas Mainelis (2009), A comparison of airborne and dust-borne allergens and toxins collected from home, office and outdoor environments both in New Haven, United States and Nanjing, China , Aerobiologia, 25:183-192.

15.Maosheng Yao*, Huili Zhang, Shuofei Dong, Shiqi Zhen, Xiaodong Chen (2009), Comparison of Electrostatic Collection and Liquid Impinging Methods when Collecting Airborne House Dust Allergens, Endotoxin and (1,3)-β-D-Glucans, Journal of Aerosol Science, 40: 492-502 (Top 16 hottest articles)

14.Shiqi Zhen, Kejun Li, Lihong Yin, Maosheng Yao*, Huili Zhang, Liansheng Chen, Minghao Zhou, and Xiaodong Chen (2009),A Comparison of the Efficiencies of a Portable BioStage Impactor and an Reuter Centrifugal Sampler (RCS) High Flow for Measuring Airborne Bacteria and Fungi Concentrations, Journal of Aerosol Science, 40: 503-513 .

13.Maosheng Yao*, Jianhua Chen, Cuihua Zhao and Ye Chen (2009), Photocatalytic Activities of Ion Doped TiO2 Thin Films When Prepared on Different Substrates, Thin Solid Films, 517:5994–5999

12.Jianhua Chen, Maosheng Yao* (Corresponding Author),and Xiaolin Wang (2008). Investigation of Transition Metal Ion Doping Behaviors on TiO2 Nanoparticles, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 10: 163-171

[Before 2008]

11.Maosheng Yao*, Ki H. Chon, and Shiqi Zhen, Integration of Technologies for Constant Monitoring of Exposure [E-Letter], Science, June 14, 2007, URL:http://www.sciencemag.org/content/316/5825/695/reply

10.Maosheng Yao and Gediminas Mainelis (2007), Analysis of Portable Impactor Performance for Enumeration of Viable Bioaerosols, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 4: 514-24 (Top 10 most cited articles)

9.Maosheng Yao and Gediminas Mainelis (2007). Use of Portable Microbial Samplers in Estimating Inhalation Exposure to Viable Biological Agents, Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 17, 31-8. (Top 10 hottest articles)

8.Maosheng Yao and Gediminas Mainelis (2006). Effect of Physical and Biological Parameters on Enumeration of Bioaerosols by Portable Microbial Impactors, Journal of Aerosol Science, 37 (11):1467-1483.

7.Maosheng Yao and Gediminas Mainelis (2006). Investigation of Cutoff Sizes and Effective Collection Efficiencies of Portable Microbial Samplers, Aerosol Science & Technology, 40(8): 595-1206.

6.Maosheng Yao and Gediminas Mainelis (2006). Utilization of Natural Electrical Charges on Microorganisms for their collection by Electrostatic Means, Journal of Aerosol Science, 37(4): 513-527. (Top 25 hottest articles)

5.Maosheng Yao, Gediminas Mainelis and Hey Reoun An. (2005) Inactivation of Microorganisms Using Electrostatic Fields, Environmental Science and Technology, 39 (9): 3338-3344. **Contacted by American Chemical Society Media Office for possible press release, March 29, 2005

4.Maosheng Yao, Derek G. Williamson and John McFadden (2005). Use of Sub-sampled Traffic Data to Estimate Roadway Emissions, Including Conversion to MOBILE6 Vehicle Classifications, Journal of Air Waste Management Association, 55: 1245-1253. **Highlighted on its web site in the section of monthly publication

3.Gediminas Mainelis, David Berry, Rudolph Jaeger, Hey Reoun An, Maosheng Yao, Kevin DeVoe , and Donna E. Fennell (2005). Design and Performance of a Single-Pass "Bubbling" Bioaerosol Generator, Atmospheric Environment, 39 (19): 3521-3533.

2.Hey Reoun An, Gediminas Mainelis, and Maosheng Yao (2004). Evaluation of a high-volume portable bioaerosol sampler in laboratory and field environment. Indoor Air, 14 (6): 385-393

1.Derek G. Williamson, Maosheng Yao, and John McFadden (2002). Monte Carlo Simulation in Sampling Techniques of Traffic Data Collection, Transportation Data and Information Technology Research, Transportation Research Record 1804, pp. 91-97, published by the National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C.