USA (Alaska and North Dakota):
- Kellogg, J., Plundrich, N., Lila, M. A., Croom, D. B., Taylor, R. F., Graf, B. L., and Raskin, I. (2016) Engaging American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students with participatory bioexploration assays. NACTA Journal 60(1): 42-50.
- McOliver, C. A., Camper, A. K., Doyle, J. T., Eggers, M. J., Ford, T. E. Lila, M. A., Berner, J., Campbell, L., and Donatuto, J. (2015) Community-based research as a mechanism to reduce environmental health disparities in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Int J Environ Res Public Health 12(4): 4076-4100. http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/12/4/4076/htm
- Kellogg, J., and Lila, M. A. (2013) Chemical and in vitro assessment of Alaskan coastal vegetation antioxidant capacity. J Agric Food Chem 61: 11025-32.
- Kellogg, J. et al. (2010) Alaskan wild berry resources and human health under the cloud of climate change. J Agric Food Chem 58, 3884-3900
- Flint, C. G., Robinson, E. S., Kellogg, J., Ferguson, G., BouFajreldin, L., Dolan, M., Raskin, I., and Lila, M. A. (2011) Promoting wellness in Alaskan villages: integrating traditional knowledge and science of wild berries. EcoHealth. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10393-011-0707-9#/page-1
- Kellogg, J., Joseph, G., Andrae-Marobela, K., Sosome, A., Flint, C. G., Komarnytsky, S., Fear, G., Struwe, L., Raskin, I., and Lila, M. A. (2010) Screens-to-nature: opening doors to traditional knowledge and hands-on science education. NACTA Journal. P. 43-50.
- Dushenkov, V., and I. Raskin. (2008) New strategy for the search of natural biologically active substances. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 55(4): 564-567.
- Graf, B. L., Rojas-Silva, P., and Baldeón, M. E. (2016) Discovering the pharmacological potential of Ecuadorian market plants using a screens-to-nature participatory approach. Journal of Biodiversity, Bioprospecting and Development 2(4): 156.
- Dushimemaria, F., Mumbengegwi, D. R., Bock, R. (2015) Indigenous knowledge of medicinal plants used for the treatment of cancer. Indigenous Knowledge of Namibia. Chinsembu, K. C. (ed.) pp. 63-88.
Israel and Palestine (BioXplore program)
- Ali-Shtayeh, M. S., Jamous, R. M., and Abu Zaitoun, S. Y. (2015) A comprehensive science-based field assessment of bioactive properties of the native plants of Palestine. J of Biodiversity, Bioprospecting and Development 2:3.
- Joseph, G., Faran, M., Raskin, I., Lila, M. A., and Fridlender, B. (2014) Medicinal plants of Israel: a model approach to enable an efficient, extensive, and comprehensive field survey. Journal of Biodiversity, Bioprospecting and Development. 1(3): 1-7.
- Matza-Porges, S., Eisen, K., Ibrahim, H., Haberman, A., Fridlender, B., and Joseph, G. (2014) A new antiviral screening method that simultaneously detects viral replication, cell viability, and cell toxicity. J Virological Methods 208: 138-143.
- Abubakar, A., et al. (2012) The identification of putative antitrypanosomal compounds in Tridax procumbens Int J Med Arom Plants 2, 185-194.
- Ogbadoyi, E.O., et al. (2011) Therapeutic evaluation of Acacia nilotica (Linn) stem bark extract in experimental African trypanosomiasis. Int J App Res in Nat Prod 4, 11-18.
- Ogbadoyi, E.O., et al. (2011) Preliminary studies of the antitrypanosomal activity of Garcinia kola nut extract in mice infected with Trypanosoma brucei brucei. J of Med and Med Sci 2, 628-631.
- Andrae-Marobela, K., Ntumy, A. N., Mokobela, M., Dube, M., Sosome, A., Muzila, M. Sethebe, B., Monyatsi, K. N., and Ngwenya, B. N. (2012) “Now I heal with pride” – the application of screens-to-nature technology to indigenous knowlesge systems research in Botswana: implications for drug discovery. Drug Discovery in Africa: impacts of genomics, natural products, traditional medicines, insights into medicinal chemistry, and technology platforms I pursuit of new drugs. Chapter 10. pp. 239-264. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-28175-4_10
- Kidukuli, A.W., et al. (2010) In vivo antiviral activity, protease inhibition and brine shrimp lethality of selected Tanzanian wild edible mushrooms. J of App Biosci 31, 1887-1894.