The most up-to-date list of Cooperstone lab publications can be found via Google Scholar.


Peer reviewed publications:

  1. Knobloch TJ, Ryan NM, Bruschweiler-Li L, Wang C, Bernier MC, Somogyi A, Yan PS, Cooperstone JL, Mo X, Bruschweiler RP, Weghorst CM, Oghumu S.  Metabolic regulation of glycolysis and AMP activated protein kinase pathways during black raspberry-mediated oral cancer chemoprevention.  Metabolites 2019;9(7):140.
  2. Knobloch NA, Charoenmuang M, Cooperstone JL, Patil BS.  Developing interdisciplinary thinking in a food and nutritional security, hunger and sustainability graduate courseEpub ahead of print, Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension.
  3. Dzakovich MP, Gas-Pascual E, Orchard CJ, Sari EN, Riedl KM, Schwartz SJ, Francis DM, Cooperstone JLAnalysis of tomato carotenoids: comparison extraction and chromatographic methodsEpub ahead of print, J AOAC Int.
  4. Teegarden MD, Schwartz SJ, Cooperstone JL. Profiling the impact of thermal processing on black raspberry phytochemicals using untargeted metabolomicsFood Chem, 2019;274:782-788
  5. Teegarden MD, Knobloch TJ, Weghorst CM, Cooperstone JL, Peterson DG.  Storage conditions modulate the metabolomic profile of a black raspberry nectar beverage with minimal impact on bioactivity. Food and Function, 2018;9:4593-4601.
  6. Cooperstone JL, Novotny JA, Riedl KM, Cichon MJ, Francis DM, Curley Jr. RW, Schwartz SJ, Harrison EH. Limited appearance of apocarotenoids is observed in plasma after consumption of tomato juices, a randomized human clinical trialAm J Clin Nutr. 2018;108:1-8.
  7. Westphal A, Riedl KM, Cooperstone JL, Kamat S, VM Balasubramaniam, Schwartz SJ, Böhm, V.  High pressure processing of broccoli sprouts - influence on bioactivation of glucosinolates to isothiocyanates. J Agric Food Chem, 2017;65:8578-8585.
  8. Cooperstone JL, Tober KA, Riedl KM, Teegarden MD, Cichon MJ, Francis DM, Schwartz SJ, Oberyszyn TA. Tomatoes protect against development of UV-induced keratinocyte carcinoma via metabolomic alterationsSci Reports, 2017;5:5106.
  9. Teegarden MD, Harper AR, Cooperstone JL, Tober KL, Schwartz SJ, Oberyszyn TA. 25-Hydroxyvitamin D3 and it’s C-3 epimer are elevated in the skin and serum of Skh-1 mice supplemented with dietary vitamin D3. Mol Nutr Food Res, 2017;61:1700293
  10. Cooperstone JL*, Goetz HJ*, Riedl KM, Harrison EH, Schwartz SJ, Kopec RE.  Relative contribution of a-carotene to postprandial vitamin A concentrations in healthy humans after carrot consumptionAm J Clin Nutr, 2017;106:59-66.
  11. Tan H-L, Thomas-Ahner JM, Moran NE, Cooperstone JL, Erdman Jr. JW, Young GS, Clinton SK.  β-carotene 9’,10’ oxygenase modulates the anticancer activity of dietary tomato or lycopene on prostate carcinogenesis in the TRAMP modelCancer Prev Res, 2017;10(2):161-169.
  12. Yan B, Martinez-Monteagudo SI, Cooperstone JL, Riedl KM, Schwartz SJ, Balasubramaniam VM.  Impact of thermal and pressure-based technologies on carotenoid retention and quality parameters in tomato juiceFood Bioprocess Tech, 2017;10(5):808-818.
  13. Aschoff JK, Riedl KM, Cooperstone JL, Hogel J, Bosy-Westphal A, Schwartz SJ, Carle R, Schweiggert RM.   Urinary excretion of Citrus flavanones and their major catabolites after consumption of fresh oranges and pasteurized orange juice – a randomized cross-over study.  Mol Nutr Food Res, 2016;60:2602-2610.
  14. Phinney DM, Frelka JC, Cooperstone JL, Schwartz SJ, Heldman DR.  Effect of solvent addition sequence on lycopene extraction efficiency from membrane neutralized caustic peeled tomato wasteFood Chem, 2017:215;354-361.
  15. Goetz HJ, Kopec RE, Riedl KR, Cooperstone JL, Narayanasamy S, Curley Jr., RW, Schwartz SJ.  An HPLC-MS/MS method for the separation of α-retinyl esters from retinyl estersJ Chrom B, 2016;1029:68-71.
  16. Cooperstone JL, Francis DM, Schwartz SJ. Thermal processing differentially affects lycopene and other carotenoids in cis-lycopene containing, tangerine tomatoes. Food Chem 2016;210:466-472.
  17. Cooperstone JL, Ralston RA, Riedl KM, Haufe TC, Schweiggert RM, King SA, Timmers CD, Francis DM, Lesinski GB, Clinton SK, Schwartz SJ. Enhanced bioavailability of lycopene when consumed as cis-isomers from tangerine compared to red tomato juice, a randomized, cross-over clinical trialMol Nutr Food Res. 2015;59:658-669.
  18. Arango D, Diosa-Toro M, Rojas-Hernandez LS, Cooperstone JL, Schwartz SJ, Jiang J, Schmittgen TD, Mo X, Doseff AI.  Dietary apigenin reduces LPS-induced expression of miR-155 restoring immune balance during inflammationMol Nutr Food Res. 2015:59:763-772.
  19. Kopec RE, Cooperstone JL, Schweiggert RM, Young GS, Harrison EH, Francis DM, Clinton SK, Schwartz SJ. Avocado consumption enhances human postprandial provitamin A absorption and conversion from a novel high-beta-carotene tomato sauce and from carrots. J Nutr. 2014;144:1158–66.
  20. Pumilia G*, Cichon MJ*, Cooperstone JL*, Giuffrida D, Schwartz SJ, Dugo G. Changes in chlorophylls, chlorophyll degradation products and lutein in pistachio kernels (Pistachia vera L.) during roastingFood Res Int, 2014;65B:193-198.

Book chapters:

  1. Cooperstone JL. Lycopene: Food Sources, Properties, and Effects on Human Health.  In: The Handbook of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods, 3rd edition. Eds. Wildman REC, Bruno RS.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2020. 
  2. Schwartz SJ, Cooperstone JL, Cichon MJ, von Elbe JH, Giusti M. Colorants.  In: Fennema’s Food Chemistry; 5th edition, Parkin KL, Damodaran S eds.; CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL.  2017. p. 681-752.
  3. Cooperstone JL, Schwartz, SJ, Recent Insights Into Health Benefits of Carotenoids. In: Carle, R., Schweiggert, R.M. (Eds.), Handbook on Natural Pigments in Food and Beverages: Industrial Applications for Improving Food Color. Woodhead Publishing, 2016. p. 473–497. 
  4. Kopec RE*, Cooperstone JL*, Cichon MJ*, Schwartz SJ.  Analysis Methods of Carotenoids.  In: Analysis of Antioxidant Rich Phytochemicals; Xu, Z., Howard, L.R. eds.; John Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ, 2012. p. 105-148.

Published abstracts:

  1. DiMarco D, Bilbrey EA, Cichon MJ, Luz-Fernandez M, Cooperstone JLImpact of 3 eggs/day on the plasma lipidome of young, healthy adultsCurr Dev Nutrition 2019;3(1):OR19-4-19.
  2. Cooperstone JL, Riedl KM, Cichon MJ, Francis DM, Curley Jr. RW, Schwartz SJ, Novotny JA, Harrison EH.  Carotenoids and apo-carotenoids in human plasma after continued consumption of high beta-carotene or high lycopene tomato juiceFASEB J. 2017;31(1):635.13
  3. Cooperstone JL, Teegarden MD, Cichon MJ, Tober KA, Oberyszyn TM, Schwartz SJ.  Using untargeted metabolomics to elucidate metabolic changes in murine skin following tomato supplementationFASEB J. 2016;30(1):908.1
  4. Teegarden MD, Cichon MJ, Cooperstone JL, Ahn-Jarvis JH, Weghorst CM, Vodovotz Y, Schwartz SJ.  Untargeted profiling of the urinary metabolomes of smokers and nonsmokers after a strawberry interventionFASEB J. 2016;30(1):911.6
  5. Cooperstone JL, Tober KA, Riedl KM, Riggenbach JA, Francis DM, Schwartz SJ, Oberyszyn TM.  Tomato carotenoids protect against UV-induced cutaneous damage and tumor development in Skh-1 hairless miceFASEB J, April 2014, 28(1):645.7
  6. Goetz HJ, Kopec RE, Riedl KM, Cooperstone JL, Narayanasamy S, Curley RW, Harrison EH, Schwartz SJ. Separation of α-retinyl palmitate and quantification of vitamin A after consumption of carrots containing α-caroteneFASEB J, April 2014, 28(1): 645.24
  7. Cooperstone JL, Ralston RA, Riedl KM, Francis DM, Lesinski GB, Clinton SK, Schwartz SJ. Increased carotenoid bioavailability from a unique, cis-lycopene containing tangerine-type tomatoFASEB J, April 9, 2013 27:38.1
  8. Kopec RE, Cooperstone JL, Schweiggert RM, Riedl KM, Harrison EH, Francis DM, Clinton SK, Schwartz SJ.  Provitamin A absorption and conversion from a unique high beta-carotene tomato is higher when consumed with avocado.  FASEB J, March 29, 2012 26:31.5

Guest Editor:

  1. Plant, Food and Nutritional Metabolomics for Health Enhancement.  Special Issue of Metabolites, 2019