LIST OF REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
(including 2 papers in Nature, 1 in Nature Nanotechnology, 1 in PRL, etc.)

131. Dokukin, M., Sokolov, I*.”On quantitative mapping of elastic modulus of soft materials with HarmoniX and PeakForce QNM AFM modes”, Langmuir, 2012, 28 (46), pp 16060–16071.

130. Dokukin, M., N. Guz, Sokolov, I*. “Study of Photoinduced Charges with Atomic Force Microscopy” in ”Scanning Probe Microscopy at the Frontiers of  Energy Research”, World Scientific, 2012 in press.

129. N. Bocharova, O. Zavalov, Kevin MacVittie,Mary A. Arugula, N.V. Guz M.E. Dokukin, J. Halmek, I. Sokolov,* Vladimir Privman,* Evgeny Katz* 'Biochemical Logic Approach to Biomarker-Activated Drug Release’ J. Mater. Chem., 2012, v. 22, p. 19709-19717.

128. Sokolov, I.*,V. Kalaparthi, M. Kreshchuk, M.E. Dokukin, "On averaging force curves over heterogeneous surfaces in atomic force microscopy", Ultramicroscopy, 2012, v.121, p. 16-24. 

127. Dokukin, M., Sokolov, I. “On the measurements of rigidity modulus of soft materials in nanoindentation experiments at small depth”, Macromolecules,  2012, v.45 (10), p. 4277–4288.

126. I.Sokolov, “Toward  the nanoscale study of insect physiology using an atomic force microscopy-based nanostethoscope”, MRS Bulletin,  2012, v.37, p.522-527.

125. K.S. Iyer,  R.M. Gaikwad, C. D. Woodworth, D.O. Volkov, I.Sokolov, “Physical  labeling of papillomavirus-infected, immortal, and cancerous  cervical  epithelial cells with fluorescent silica beads”, Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics, 2012,  vol. 63(2), p.109-116.

124. M. E. Dokukin, N. V. Guz, R. M. Gaikwad, C.D. Woodworth, I. Sokolov, “Cell surface as fractal: Normal and cancerous cervical cells demonstrate different fractal behavior of surface adhesion maps at the nanoscale”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 028101 (2011).

123. E.-B. Cho, D.O. Volkov, I. Sokolov, ”Ultrabright Fluorescent Silica Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles: Control of Particle Size and Dye Loading” Advanced Functional Materials, 2011, v.21, pp.3129-3135.

122. D. O. Volkov, P. R Veera Dandu , H. Goodman, B. Santora, I. Sokolov “Influence of Adhesion of Silica and Ceria Abrasive Nanoparticles on Chemical-Mechanical Planarization of Silica Surfaces”, 2011, Applied Surface Science, v. 257, 2011, pp. 8518–8524.

121. Dmytro Volkov, Eun-Bum Cho, Igor Sokolov, “Synthesis of ultra-bright nanoporous fluorescent silica discoids using inorganic silica precursor”, Nanoscale,  2011, 2011, 3, 2036-2043

120. Ravi M. Gaikwad, Maxim E. Dokukin, K. Swaminathan Iyer, Craig D. Woodworth, Dmytro O. Volkov, Igor Sokolov, “Detection of cancerous cervical cells using physical adhesion of fluorescent silica particles and centripetal force”, Analyst, 2011, 136, 1502.

119. M. Dokukin, N. Guz, and I. Sokolov “Towards Nano-physiology of Insects with Atomic Force Microscopy”, Journal of Insect Physiology, 2011, v.57 , pp. 260-264

118. S.Li, N. V.Guz, and I. Sokolov “A modified in-vitro stripping method to automate calculation of geometry of corneocytes imaged with fluorescent microscopy: example of moisturizer treatment”, Skin Research and Technology, 2011, v.17, p. 213-219.

118. S.Li, N. V.Guz, and I. Sokolov “A modified in-vitro stripping method to automate calculation of geometry of corneocytes imaged with fluorescent microscopy: example of moisturizer treatment”, Skin Research and Technology, 2011, v.17, p. 213-219.

117. M. E. Dokukin, N. V.Guz, and I. Sokolov “Atomic force microscopy study of nano-physiological response of Ladybird beetles to photostimuli”  PloS One, 5 (9), 20877638 (2010).

116. Eun-Bum Cho, Dmytro Volkov, Igor Sokolov, “Syntheses of ultrabright fluorescent mesoporous silica nanoparticles”, Small, 2010, v.6 (20), p. 2314-2319.

115. M. Dokukin, N. Guz, R. Olac-Vaw, V. Mitin, and I. Sokolov “On possible use of capped quantum dots in memory devices”, J. Comp. and Theor. Nanoscience, Vol. 8, 1–4, 2011.

114. D. Volkov, G. Strack, J. Halmek, E. Katz, and I. Sokolov “Atomic Force Microscopy Study of Immunosensor Surface to Scale Down Size of ELISA-type Sensor ”, Nanotechnology, 21 (2010) 145503.

113. R. M. Gaikwad, S. I. Vasilyev, S. Datta, I. Sokolov " Atomic force microscopy characterization of corneocytes: effect of moisturizer on their topology, rigidity, and friction", Skin Research and Technology, 16, 275 (2010).

112. I. Sokolov, Volkov, D. “Ultrabright fluorescent mesoporous silica particles”, J. Mater. Chem., 2010, 20, 4247–4250 (highlight article).

111. M. Dokukin, N. Guz, S. Vasilyev, and I. Sokolov, “Atomic Force Microscopy to Detect Internal Live Processes in Insects”, Applied Physics Letters, 96, 043701 (2010). (Chosen for Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research).

110. R. Gaikwad, S. Iyer, N. Guz, D. Volkov, M. Dokukin,  C. D. Woodworth, I. Sokolov “Atomic Force Microscopy Helps to Develop Methods for Physical Detection of Cancerous Cells” In procIEEE 2010 Fourth International Conference on Quantum, Nano and Micro Technologies, pp.18-22; doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/ICQNM.2010.10; ISBN: 978-0-7695-3952-2

109. M. Dokukin, R. Olac-Vaw, N. Guz, V. Mitin, and I. Sokolov “Addressable Photo-Charging of Single Quantum Dots Assisted with Atomic Force Microscopy Probe”, Applied Physics Letters, 95, 173105 (2009).

108. Volkov, D., J. Benson, Y. Kievsky, I. Sokolov “Towards understanding of shape formation mechanism of mesoporous silica particles”, Phys.Chem. Chem. Phys., 2010, 12, 341 - 344, DOI: 10.1039/b917424a  (front page)

107. Strack, G; Chinnapareddy, S; Volkov, D; Halamek, J; Pita, M; Sokolov, I; Katz, E "Logic Networks Based on Immunorecognition Processes" The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2009, 113, 12154-12159.

106. Iyer, S., R.M. Gaikwad, V. Subba-Rao, C.D. Woodworth, and I. Sokolov, “AFM Detects Differences in the Surface Brush on Normal and Cancerous Cervical Cells Nature Nanotechnology, 2009: v.4, p. 389-393.

105.  Kirk, J. G., Naik, S., Volkov, D., Moosbrugger, J. C., Morrison, D. J. & Sokolov, I. (2009) Self-healing epoxy composites based on the use of nanoporous silica capsules. International Journal of Fracture, v. 159, n.1, p.101-102.

104. I. Sokolov " Interaction Between Silica Particles and Human Epithelial Cells: Atomic Force Microscopy and Fluorescence Study", in Cellular and Biomolecular Recognition, Ed. Jelinek, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., 2009, ISBN: 978-3-527-32265-7

103. N.V. Guz, R.M. Gaikwad, M.E. Dokukin, I. Sokolov, “A novel in-vitro stripping method to study geometry of corneocytes with fluorescent microscopy: example of aging skin”, 2009, Skin Research and Technology, 15:  379–383

102. Iyer, S., C.D. Woodworth, R.M. Gaikwad, Y.Y. Kievsky, and I. Sokolov, “Towards nonspecific detection of malignant cervical cells with fluorescent silica beads.” Small (Micro/Nano), 2009, 5, No. 20, 2277–2284 (frontispiece page)

101. Marcos Pita, Lili Cui, Ravi M. Gaikwad, Evgeny Katz and Igor Sokolov “High Sensitivity Molecular Detection with ELISA–Type Immunosensing”, Nanotechnology, 19 (2008) 375502.

100. Ravi M. Gaikwad, Igor Sokolov, “Silica Nanoparticles to Polish Tooth Surface to Prevent Carious”, Journal of Dental Research, J Dent Res 87(10):980-983, 2008.

99. Cristina Ispas, Igor Sokolov and Silvana Andreescu,  Enzyme-Functionalized Mesoporous Silica for Bionalytical Applications, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2009, v. 393, p.543-554.

98.S. Naik, I.Sokolov, Mesoporous Silica Fibers and Discoids Endowed with Circular Pore Architecture using Disodium Trioxosilicate as Silica Source, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2008, 116 (2008) 581–585.

97.  A Alavinasab, R Jha , G Ahmadi, C Cetinkaya, and I Sokolov Computational modeling of nano-structured glass fibers”, Computational Materials Science, 2008, Volume 44, Issue 2, December 2008, Pages 622-627.

96. I. Sokolov, S.P. Naik, “Novel type of fluorescent silica nanoparticles: towards ultra-bright silica nanoparticles”, Small, Volume 4, Issue 7, Pages 934 – 939, 2008

95. Y.Y. Kievsky, B. Carey, S. Naik, N. Mangan, D. ben-Avraham, and I. Sokolov Dynamics of molecular diffusion of rhodamine 6G in silica nanochannels, Journal of Chemical Physics (Communication), 128, 151102 (2008).

94. S.P. Naik , Igor Sokolov, “Ultra-bright fluorescent silica particles: physical entrapment of fluorescent dye rhodamine 640 in nanochannels” in ACS Books Series “Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Stabilization, Passivation and Functionalization”, Eds: R. Nagarajan, T. Alan Hatton, 2008, ch.16, p.214.

93. S.P. Naik , Igor Sokolov, “Room Temperature Synthesis of Nanoporous Silica Spheres and their Formation Mechanism” Solid State Communications, 2007 v.144, pp.437-440.

92. Igor Sokolov, Swaminathan Iyer, Venkatesh Subba-Rao, Ravi M. Gaikwad, and Craig D. Woodworth, “Atomic Force Microscopy Detects Surface Brush on Cells In-Vitro”, Applied Physics Letters, 91, 023902 _2007.

91. S.P. Naik , S. P. Elangovan , T. Okubo,  and Igor Sokolov “Morphology Control of Mesoporous Silica Particles”. Journal of Physical Chemistry (C), v. 111, n. 30, pp. 11168 - 11173, 2007.

90. Quy K. Ong, Igor Sokolov “Attachment of Nanoparticles to the AFM Tips for Direct Measurements of Interaction between a Single Nanoparticle and SurfacesJournal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2007, v. 310(2):385-90.

89. Igor Sokolov, Yaroslav Y. Kievsky, Jason M Kaszpurenko “Self-assembly of ultra-bright fluorescent silica particles”, Small, (2007) v.3, (3), pp. 419-423.

88. Vladimir Privman, Alexander Dementsov, and Igor Sokolov, Modeling of Self-Healing Polymer Composites Reinforced with Nanoporous Glass Fibers, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience (CTN), Vol. 4, 1–4, 2007

87. Igor Sokolov, “Atomic Force Microscopy in Cancer Cell Research”, in Cancer Nanotechnology – Nanomaterials for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy (eds by Hari Singh Nalwa, Thomas Webster, ASP), p.43-59, 2007.

86. Hasan Shodiev, Quy K. Ong, Nina Chechik, David James, Mike Oliver, Igor Sokolov “AFM Study of Forces between Silica, Silicon Nitride and Polyurethane PadsJournal of Colloid and Interface Science, 300 (2006) 475–481.

85. S.Iyer, Ya. Kievesky, I. Sokolov, "Fluorescent Silica Colloids for Study and Visualization of Skin Care Products” Skin Research and Technology, 2006; 12: 1–6.

84. I. Sokolov, S. Iyer, C. D. Woodworth “Recover of Elasticity of Aged Human Epithelial Cells In-Vitro”, Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine, 2006, vol.2, issue 1, p.31-36.

83. R.Sheparovych, Y.Sahoo, M. Motornov, Shumin Wang, H. Luo, P.N. Prasad, I. Sokolov, and S.Minko Polyelectrolyte stabilized nanowires from Fe3O4 nanoparticles via magnetic field induced self-assembly Chemistry of Materials, 2006, v.18, 591-593.

82. Igor Sokolov, Venkatesh Subba-Rao, and Linda A. Luck, Change in Rigidity in the Activated Form of the Glucose/ Galactose Receptor from E-coli: A Phenomenon That Will Be Key to the Development of Biosensors, Biophysical Journal, 2006; 90(3):1055-63.

81. Sokolov, I., A self-assembled nanoporous magnetic sensor. HAIT Journal of Science and Engineering A, Volume 2, p.2. (2005).

80. Sokolov, I. and Y. Kievsky, 3D Design of Self-Assembled Nanoporous Colloids. Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 2005. v. 156, pp. 433-443, (2005).

79. Sokolov, I. Copper CMP Mimicked with Atomic Force Microscopy. in ASME Proceedings World Tribology Congress III. 2005. WTC2005-64018

78. Sokolov, I., Q.K. Ong, N. Chechik, and D. James. On Direct Measurement Of Forces Between Cmp Polishing Pads And Abrasive Nanoparticles. in ASME Proceedings World Tribology Congress III. 2005. paper WTC2005-64160.

77. Ya. Kievsky and I. Sokolov Self-Assembly of Uniform Nanoporous Silica Fibers, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, v.4 (5), pp.490-494.

76. Berdyyeva, T., C.D. Woodworth, and I. Sokolov, Visualization of cytoskeletal elements by the atomic force microscope. Ultramicroscopy, 2005. 102(3): p. 189-198.

75. Berdyyeva, T.K., C.D. Woodworth, and I. Sokolov, Human epithelial cells increase their rigidity with ageing in vitro: direct measurements. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 2005. 50(1): p. 81-92.

74. Firtel, M., G. Henderson, and I. Sokolov, Nanosurgery: observation of peptidoglycan strands in Lactobacillus helveticus cell walls. Ultramicroscopy, 2004. 101(2-4): p. 105-109.

73. Sokolov, I.Y., Pseudo-non-contact mode: why it can give true atomic resolution. Applied Surface Science, 2003. 210(1-2): p. 37-42. 

72. Berdyyeva, T.K., S.B. Emery, and I.Y. Sokolov, In-situ study of the surface layer removal during the copper chemical mechanical polishing (CMP). Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 2003. 6(7): p. G91-G94.

71. Sokolov, I.Y. and G.S. Henderson, Simulation of observability of atomic defects by atomic force microscopy in contact and non-contact modes. Surface Science, 2002. 449: p. 135-144.

70. Sokolov, I., Anomalous increase of friction in the vicinity of atomic defects. Tribology Letters, 2002. 12: p. 131-135.

69. Sokolov, I., D.S. Smith, G.S. Henderson, Y.A. Gorby, and F.G. Ferris, Cell surface electrochemical heterogeneity of the Fe(III)-reducing bacteria Shewanella putrefaciens. Environmental Science & Technology, 2001. 35(2): p. 341-347.

68. Sokolov, I., G.S. Henderson, and F.J. Wicks, Model dependence of AFM simulations in non-contact mode. Surface Science, 2000. 457(1-2): p. 267-272.

67. Sokolov, I.Y. and G.S. Henderson, Atomic resolution imaging using the electric double layer technique: friction vs. height contrast mechanisms. Applied Surface Science, 2000. 157(4): p. 302-307.

66. Sokolov, I.Y. and G.S. Henderson, The height dependence of image contrast when imaging by non-contact AFM. Surface Science, 2000. 464: p. L745-L751.

65. Ginzburg, M., J. Galloro, F. Jakle, K.N. Power-Billard, S.M. Yang, I. Sokolov, C.N.C. Lam, A.W. Neumann, I. Manners, and G.A. Ozin, Layer-by-layer self-assembly of organic-organometallic polymer electrostatic superlattices using poly(ferrocenylsilanes). Langmuir, 2000. 16(24): p. 9609-9614.

64. Sokolov, I.Y., G.S. Henderson, and F.J. Wicks, A force limitation for successful observation of atomic defects: defect trapping of the AFM tip, in Atomic Force Microscopy/Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Cohen, Editor. 1999. p. 87-95.

63. Sokolov, I.Y., G.S. Henderson, and F.J. Wicks, Force spectroscopy in non-contact mode. Applied Surface Science, 1999. 140: p. 358-361.

62. Sokolov, I.Y., G.S. Henderson, and F.J. Wicks, Imitation of pseudo-non-contact mode while scanning in the presence of an electric double layer? Applied Surface Science, 1999. 140: p. 422-7. 

61. Sokolov, I.Y., G.S. Henderson, and F.J. Wicks, "Pseudo"-non-contact AFM imaging? Applied Surface Science, 1999. 140: p. 362-365.

60. Sokolov, I.Y., G.S. Henderson, and F.J. Wicks, Theoretical and experimental evidence for “true” atomic resolution under non-UVH conditions. J. of Applied Physics, 1999. 86: p. 1-4.

59. Yang, S.M., H. Yang, N. Coombs, I. Sokolov, C.T. Kresge, and G.A. Ozin, Morphokinetics: Growth of mesoporous silica curved shapes. Advanced Materials, 1999. 11(1): p. 52-55.

58. Yang, S.M., I. Sokolov, N. Coombs, C.T. Kresge, and G.A. Ozin, Formation of hollow helicoids in mesoporous silica: Supramolecular Origami. Advanced Materials, 1999. 11(17): p. 1427-1431.

57. Sokolov, I., H. Yang, G.A. Ozin, and C.T. Kresge, Radial patterns in mesoporous silica. Advanced Materials, 1999. 11(8): p. 636-641.

56. Yang, H., G. Vovk, N. Coombs, I. Sokolov, and G.A. Ozin, Synthesis of mesoporous silica spheres under quiescent aqueous acidic conditions. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 1998. 8(3): p. 743-750.

55. Sokolov, I., T. Jiang, and G.A. Ozin, Tin sulfide mesh: AFM imaging of lamellae and mesopores. Advanced Materials, 1998. 10(12): p. 942-944.

54. Sokolov, I., G.S. Henderson, F.J. Wicks, and G.A. Ozin, Improved atomic force microscopy (AFM) resolution using an electrical double layer. Appled Phys.Letters, 1997. 70: p. 844-46.

53. Sokolov, I.Y., G.S. Henderson, and F.J. Wicks, The contrast mechanism for true atomic resolution by afm in non-contact mode: quasi-non-contact mode? Surface Science Lett, 1997. 381: p. L558-562.

52. Glogauer, M., Arora, P., Yao, G., Sokolov, I.,Ferrier, J. McCulloch, C. A. Calcium ions and tyrosine phosphorylation interact coordinately with actin to regulate cytoprotective responses to stretching, J Cell Sci., 1997, 110 ( Pt 1):11-21.

51. Ozin, G.A., R.L. Bedard, C.L. Bowes, N. Coombs, O. Dag, T. Jiang, A. Lough, S. Petrov, I. Sokolov, A. Verma, G. Vovk, and D. Young, Self-assembly of nanoporous tin(iv) sulfides in microgravity. Advanced Materials, Special Feature Article, 1997. 9: p. 1133-1149.

50. Ozin, G.A., H. Yang, I. Sokolov, and N. Coombs, Shell mimetics. Advanced Materials, 1997. 9(8): p. 662-667.

49. Yang, H., N. Coombs, I. Sokolov, and G.A. Ozin, Registered growth of mesoporous silica films on graphite. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 1997. 7(7): p. 1285-1290.

48. Ahari, H., R.L. Bedard, C.L. Bowes, N. Coombs, O. Dag, T. Jiang, G.A. Ozin, S. Petrov, I. Sokolov, A. Verma, G. Vovk, and D. Young, Effect of microgravity on the crystallization of a self-assembling layered material. Nature, 1997. 388(6645): p. 857-860.

47. Yang, H., N. Coombs, O. Dag, I. Sokolov, and G.A. Ozin, Free-standing mesoporous silica films; morphogenesis of channel and surface patterns. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 1997. 7(9): p. 1755-1761.

46. Sokolov, I., H. Yang, G.A. Ozin, and G.S. Henderson, Beyond the hemicylindrical micellar monolayer on graphite: AFM evidence for a lyotropic liquid crystal film. Advanced Materials, 1997. 9(11): p. 917.

45. Coombs, N., D. Khushalani, S. Oliver, G.A. Ozin, G.C. Shen, I. Sokolov, and H. Yang, Blueprints for inorganic materials with natural form: inorganic liquid crystals and a language of inorganic shape. Journal of the Chemical Society-Dalton Transactions, 1997(21): p. 3941-3952.

44. Dag, O., H. Ahari, N. Coombs, T. Jiang, P.P. ArocaOuellette, S. Petrov, I. Sokolov, A. Verma, G. Vovk, D. Young, G.A. Ozin, C. Reber, Y. Pelletier, and R.L. Bedard, Does microgravity influence self-assembly. Advanced Materials, 1997. 9(15): p. 1133.

43. Sokolov, I.Y., Casimir effect as a source of cosmic energy. Phys.Lett A, 1996. 223: p. 163-166.

42. Sokolov, I., M. Firtel, and G.S. Henderson, In situ high-resolution AFM imaging of biological surfaces. Journal of Vac.Sci.&Tech. B, 1996. 14: p. 674-678.

41. Sokolov, I.Y., On the recovery of spectroscopic images by AFM method. Journal of Vac.Sci.&Tech. A, 1996. 14: p. 2901-2905.

40. Moffat, J.W. and I.Y. Sokolov, Galaxy dynamics predictions in the nonsymmetric gravitational theory. Phys.Lett.B, 1996. 378: p. 59-67.

39. Yang, H., N. Coombs, I. Sokolov, and G.A. Ozin, Free-standing and oriented mesoporous silica films grown at the air-water interface. Nature, 1996. 381(6583): p. 589-592.

38. Moskaliuk, S.S., A.V. Nesteruk, and I.Y. Sokolov, Density perturbation in the universe with nontrivial topology of space-time. Hadronic J, 1995. 18: p. 392-401.

37. Bordag, M., V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov, Casimir-type null experiment for obtaining stronger restrictions on constants of long range interactions. Gravity and Cosmology, 1995. 1: p. 25-30.

36. Blagov, E.V., V.I. Panov, V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov, On possibility of determining of the migration energy of point-like defects by scanning force microscope. Sov.Tech.Phys.Lett.(USA edition), 1994. 20: p. 71-74.

35. Blagov, E.V., Y.N. Moiseev, A.Y. Musatenko, V.I. Panov, S.V. Savinov, V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov, Theoretical and experimental investigations of bi-ceramics with logitudial disposition of monocrystallites by the methods of scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopies. Sov.Tech.Phys.(USA edition), 1994. 64: p. 1-5.

34. Sokolov, I.Y., On the limits on spectroscopic ability of AFM and interaction between an AFM tip and a sample. Surface Science, 1994. 311: p. 287-294.

33. Bordag, M., V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov, On the strengthening of restrictions on hypothetical yukawa type forces with extremely small range of action. Phys.Lett A, 1994. 187: p. 35-39.

32. Bordag, M., V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov, Restrictions on the hypothetical long range interactions from the casimir type null experiment with three test bodies. Mod.Phys.Lett A, 1994. 9: p. 2671-2680.

31. Sokolov, I.Y., The Casimir effect as a possible source of cosmic energy. What is Next, ed. J.R. Cudell. 1994: World Scientific. 119-124.

30. Blagov, E.V., V.I. Panov, V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov, Diagnostics of radiation-induced point defects by atomic force microscopy. Sov.Tech.Phys.Lett. (USA edition), 1993. 19: p. 254-256.

29. Mostepanenko, V.M., V.I. Panov, and I.Y. Sokolov, Broken continuity of the lines of constant force above a surface with a relief step and the resolution of AFM. Sov.Tech.Phys.Lett. (USA edition), 1993. 19: p. 251-254.

28. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Hypothetical long-range interactions and restrictions on their parameters from force measurements. Physical Review D. Particles And Fields, 1993. 47(7): p. 2882-2891.

27. Sokolov, I.Y., Topologically nontrivial nature of the universe in connection with the anisotropy of the background radiation. JETP Lett (USA edition), 1993. 57: p. 617-621.

26. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Restrictions on objects of quantum gravity from terrestrial experiments, in Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology, S. Gottlober, J.P. Mecket, and V. Muller, Editors. 1992, World Sci.: Singapore. p. 262-268.

25. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Hypothetical long-range forces and modern experiments, in QFT under Influence of External Conditions. 1992, World Scientific. p. 257-272.

24. Blagov, E.V., Y.N. Moiseev, V.M. Mostepanenko, V.I. Panov, and I.Y. Sokolov, Investigation of intercrisstal boundaries of high-Tc ceramics by atomic force microscopy method. Sov.Tech.Phys.Lett. (USA edition), 1992. 18: p. 10-13.

23.Sokolov, I.Y., Anisotropy of cosmic background radiation and initial conditions for quantum inflaton field. Class. Quant. Grav, 1992. 9: p. L61-L67.

22. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov. Hypothetical long range forces and modern experiments. in quantum field theory under the influence of external conditions. Proceedings of International Meeting on Quantum Gravity, 1992. Leipzig, Germany.

21. Blagov, E.V., Y.N. Moiseev, V.M. Mostepanenko, V.I. Panov, and I.Y. Sokolov, Study of high-temperature superconductive phase of ceramic by means of atomic force microscope. Sov.Tech.Phys.Lett. (USA edition), 1991. 8: p. 87-91.

20. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Optimal experiment of Cavendish type for search of restrictions on light particles in quantum gravity, in 5th Seminar on Quantum Gravity. 1991, World Sci.: Singapore. p. 213-233.

19. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Suggestion of a new experiment on measuring Casimir forces for the search of hypothetical long-range interactions, in Modern Progress of Theoretical Physics. 1991, World Sci.: Singapore. p. 175-196.

18. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, On the optimal experiment of Casimir force measurements for the search of new long range interactions., in Modern Problems of Theoretical Physics, P.I. Pronin and Y.N. Obukhov, Editors. 1991: Moscow, USSR. p. 175-196.

17. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov. Restrictions on the objects of quantum gravity from terrestrial experiments. in Relativistic astrophysics and cosmology. Proceedings LEIPZIG-19-1993, Dec 23, 1993.

16. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Laboratory tests for the constituents of dark matter. Astron.Nachr.(Germany), 1990. 311: p. 199-202.

15. Moiseev, Y.N., V.M. Mostepanenko, V.I. Panov, and I.Y. Sokolov, Experimental and theoretical research of forces and spatial resolution of atomic force microscope. Sov.Tech.Phys.Lett. (USA edition), 1990. 35: p. 84-88.

14. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Stronger restrictions on the constants of long range forces decreasing as r**(-n). Phys.Lett A, 1990. 146: p. 373-374.

13. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Optimal Cavendish type experiment for the search of restrictions on light particles, in book Quantum Gravity. 1990: Moscow, USSR. p. 213-232.

12. Panov, V.I., Y.N. Moiseev, V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov. Experimental limitation on "fifth force" parameters. in 5th Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity. 1989: World Sci.

11. Moiseev, Y.N., V.M. Mostepanenko, V.I. Panov, and I.Y. Sokolov, Restrictions on Yukawa-type long-range interaction resulting from atomic force microscopy. Sov.Phys.Dokl. (USA edition), 1989. 34: p. 147-151.

10. Moiseev, Y.N., V.M. Mostepanenko, V.I. Panov, and I.Y. Sokolov, Spectroscopy of interatomic interactions by atomic force microscopy method. Sov.Tech.Phys.Lett. (USA edition), 1989. 15: p. 789-792.

9. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Restrictions on the parameters of the spin-1 antigraviton and the dilaton resulting from the Casimir effect and from the Eotvos and Cavendish experiments. Sov.J.Nucl.Phys.(USA edition), 1989. 49: p. 1118-1120.

8. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, On the Casimir forces between arbitrary forms bodies. Sov.Phys.Dokl.(USA edition), 1988. 33: p. 140-142.

7. Moiseev, Y.N., V.M. Mostepanenko, V.I. Panov, and I.Y. Sokolov, Force dependencies for the definition of the spatial resolution of the atomic force microscope. Phys.Lett.A, 1988. 132: p. 354-358.
6. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Energy-momentum tensor of intermediate vector bosons in an external electromagnetic field. Theor.Math.Phys.(USA edition), 1988. 74: p. 137-145.

5. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, New restrictions on the parameters of the spin 1 anti-graviton following from the casimir effect, Eotvos and Cavendish experiments. Phys.Lett A, 1988. 132: p. 313-315.

4. Panov, V.I., Y.N. Moiseev, V.M. Mostepanenko, and I.Y. Sokolov. Experimental limitation on the 'fifth force' parameters. in Recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation and relativistic field theories. February 1988. Vestnik of Moscow State University. (in Russian)

3. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, The Casimir effect leads to new restrictions on long-range force constants. Phys.Lett.A, 1987. 125: p. 405-409. 

2. Mostepanenko, V.M. and I.Y. Sokolov, Restrictions on long range forces owing to the Casimir effect. Sov.J.Nucl.Physics (USA edition), 1987. 46: p. 1174-1180.

1. Sokolov, I.Y., On decay of muon to electron and majoron. Sov.J.Nucl.Phys.(USA edition), 1986. 40: p. 986-989.

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