Molecular Imaging Lab - Chapelin Lab

Publications

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (# indicates student, ## indicates corresponding author)

  1. Gedaly R, Cornea V, Turcios L, Edmisson J.S, Harris D.D, Watt D.S, Chapelin F, Khurana A, Mei X, Liu C, Taylor I, Gonzalez-Valdivieso J, Mitchel H, Ruffing A, Chishti A, Orozco G, Zwischenberger J, Evers B.M, Marti F. Anti-Neoplastic N-Aryl-benzenesulfonamides Alter the Metabolic Homeostasis and Disrupt the Suppressor Activity of Regulatory T Cells, Under review at Scientific Reports.
  2. Khurana A, Marti F, Powell D.K, Brandon A.J, Dugan A, Gedaly R, Chapelin F##. Cell sorting microbeads as alternative agent for magnetic resonance imaging. Scientific Reports, (2022).
  3. Chapelin F##, Gedaly R, Sweeney Z#, Gossett L#. Prognostic value of fluorine-19 MRI oximetry monitoring in cancer. Molecular Imaging and Biology, (2021).
  4. Dawkins A, Nelson L.W#, Gulati V, Chapelin F, Khurana A. Interobserver agreement between primary sonographers and secondary over-readers for surveillance liver ultrasounds using US LI-RADS. Ultrasound quarterly, (2021).
  5. Fite B.Z, Hinostroza V, States L, Baratto L, Kallianos K, Codari M, Yu B, Jha P, Shams M, Stoyanovas T, Chapelin F, Liu A, Rashidi A, Soto F, Quintana Y, Davidzon G.A, Marycz K, Gibbs I.C, Chonde D.B, Patel C.B, Daldrup-Link H.E . Increasing Diversity in Radiology and Molecular Imaging: Current Challenges. Molecular Imaging and Biology, (2021).
  6. Chapelin F, Leach B.I, Lister D, Chen R, Messer K, Okada H, Ahrens E.T. Assessing oximetry  response to chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy against glioma with 19F MRI in a murine model. Radiology Imaging Cancer, (2021).
  1. Commentary: Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-cell Immunotherapy Induces Transient Tumor Hyperoxia Instead of Hypoxia. J. Bulte, Radiology Imaging Cancer, January 2021.
  1. Turcios L, Marti F, Watt D.S, Kril L, Aman K, Chapelin F, Lui C, Zwischenberger J, Evers B.M, Gedaly R. Mitochondrial Uncoupling and the Disruption of the Metabolic Network in Hepatocellular Carcinoma. Oncotarget, (2020).
  2. Hingorani D*, Chapelin F*, Stares E, Okada H, Ahrens E.T. Cell penetrating peptide functionalized perfluorocarbon emulsion for targeted cell labeling and enhanced fluorine-19 MRI detection. MRM, (2019) *Authors contributed equally.
  3. Chapelin F, Capitini C, Ahrens E.T. Fluorine-19 MRI for detection and quantification of immune cell therapy for cancer. JITC, (2018).
  4. Chapelin F, Khurana A, Moneeb M#, Hazard F, Chan C, Nejadnik H, Gratzinger D, Messing S, Erdmann J, Gaur A, Daldrup-Link H.E. Tumor Formation of adult stem cell transplants in rodent arthritic joints. Molecular Imaging and Biology, (2018).
  5. Chapelin F, Gao S, Okada H, Weber T, Messer K, Ahrens E.T. Fluorine-19 nuclear magnetic resonance of chimeric antigen receptor T cell biodistribution in murine cancer model. Scientific Reports, (2017).
  6. Khurana A, Chapelin F, Xu H, Acevedo JR, Molinolo A, Nguyen Q, Ahrens E.T. Visualization of macrophage recruitment in head and neck carcinoma model using fluorine-19 magnetic resonance imaging. MRM, (2017).
  1. Research featured on the cover of MRM journal, April 2018 issue.
  1. Chapelin F, Ahrens E.T. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of immune cell trafficking in response to chemical agents in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. Prescher, J, Contag, C.H’s Visualizing chemical communication among migratory cells in vivo. Springer Press, (2018).
  2. Daldrup-link H.E, Chan C, Lenkov O, Taghavigarmestani S, Nazekati T, Nejadnik H, Chapelin F, Khurana A, Tong X, Yang F, Pisani L, Longaker M, Gambhir S.S. Detection of Stem Cell Transplant Rejection with Ferumoxytol MR Imaging: Correlation of MR Imaging findings with Those at Intravital Microscopy. Radiology, (2017).
  1. Science to practice: Can MR Imaging Cell Tracking of Macrophage Infiltration Be Used as a Predictive Imaging Biomarker for Transplanted Stem Cell Rejection? J. Bulte, Radiology Editorial, August 2017.
  1. Nejadnik H, Diecke S, Lenkov O.D, Chapelin F, Donig J, Tong X, Derugin N, Chan R.C, Gaur A, Yang F, Wu J.C, Daldrup-Link H.E. Improved Approach for Chondrogenic Differentiation of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells. Stem Cell Rev, (2015).
  2. Khurana A, Chapelin F, Daldrup-link H.E. Mesenchymal Hamartoma and embryonal sarcoma of the liver. In: H Daldrup-Link, B Newman’s Pearls and Pitfalls in Pediatric Radiology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (2014).
  3. Khurana A, Chapelin F, Beck G#, Lenkov O.D, Donig J, Nejadnik H, Messing S, Derugin N, Chan R.C, Gaur A, Sennino B, McDonald D.M, Kempen PJ, Tikhomirov G.A, Rao J, Daldrup-Link H.E. Iron Administration before Stem Cell Harvest Enables MR Imaging Tracking after Transplantation. Radiology, (2013).
  1. MIPS Research on Tracking Transplanted Stems Cells Received Media Coverage
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  1. Science to practice: Can stem cells be labeled inside the body instead of outside?

       J. Bulte, Radiology Editorial, October 2013.

  1. Khurana A*, Nejadnik H*, Chapelin F, Lenkov OD, Gawande R, Lee S, Gupta SN, Aflakian N, Derugin N, Messing S, Lin G, Lue TF, Pisani L, Daldrup-Link HE. Ferumoxytol: A new, clinically applicable label for stem cell tracking in arthritic joints with MRI. Nanomedicine, (2013). * Authors contributed equally