1. * AGILE, Fermi, Swift, and GASP/WEBT multi-wavelength observations of the high-redshift blazar 4C +71.07 in outburst / S. Vercellone, P. Romano, G. Piano,.. G. A. Borman, M. S. Butuzova,.. S. V. Nazarov et al. // Astron. and Astrophys.- 2019.- Vol. 621.- id. A82.

2. * A fast, very-high-energy γ-ray flare from BL Lacertae during a period of multi-wavelength activity in June 2015 / V. A. Acciari, S. Ansoldi, L. A. Antonelli,.. G. A. Borman et al. // Astron. and Astrophys.- 2019.- Vol. 623.- id. A175.

3. * Long-Term Observations of the Blazar Mrk 501 with the GT-48 Cherenkov Telescope / K. S. Strigunov, A. V. Zhovtan, Yu. I. Neshpor, G. A. Borman // Astronomy Letters.- 2019.- Vol. 45, No. 1.- P. 1 – 9 = Многолетние наблюдения блазара MRK 501 на Черенковском телескопе ГТ-48 / К. С. Стригунов, А. В. Жовтан, Ю. И. Нешпор, Г. А. Борман // Письма в Астрон. журн.- 2019.- Т. 45, № 1.- С. 3 – 12.

4. *The 2016 June Optical and Gamma-Ray Outburst and Optical Microvariability of the Blazar 3C 454.3 / Z. R. Weaver, T. J. Balonek, S. G. Jorstad,.. G. A. Borman et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2019.- Vol. 875, No. 1.- id. 15.

5. * The Bright γ-ray Flare of 3C 279 in 2015 June: AGILE Detection and Multifrequency Follow-up Observations / C. Pittori, F. Lucarelli, F. Verrecchia,.. G. A. Borman et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2018.- Vol. 856, No. 2.- id. 99.

6. * Continuum Reverberation Mapping of the Accretion Disks in Two Seyfert 1 Galaxies / M. M. Fausnaugh, D. A. Starkey, K. Horne,.. G. A. Borman,.. S. V. Nazarov,.. D. N. Okhmat,.. S. G. Sergeev et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2018.- Vol. 854, No. 2.- id. 107.

7. * Detection of the blazar S4 0954+65 at very-high-energy with the MAGIC telescopes during an exceptionally high optical state / M. L. Ahnen, S. Ansoldi, L. A. Antonelli,.. G. A. Borman et al. // Astron. and Astrophys.- 2018.- Vol. 617,- id. A30.

8. * Exploring the Connection between Parsec-scale Jet Activity and Broadband Outbursts in 3C 279 / B. Rani, S. G. Jorstad, A. P. Marscher,.. G. A. Borman et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2018.- Vol. 858, No. 2.- id. 80.

9. * Multi-wavelength characterization of the blazar S5 0716+714 during an unprecedented outburst phase / M. L. Ahnen, S. Ansoldi, L. A. Antonelli,.. G. A. Borman et al. // Astron. and Astrophys.- 2018.- Vol. 619.- id. A45.

10. * Multiwavelength Observations of the Blazar BL Lacertae: A New Fast TeV Gamma-Ray Flare / A. U. Abeysekara, W. Benbow, R. Bird,.. A. B. Pushkarev,.. G. A. Borman et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2018.- Vol. 856, No. 2.- id. 95.

11. * Multiwavelength temporal and spectral variability of the blazar OJ 287 during and after the 2015 December flare: a major accretion disc contribution / P. Kushwaha, A. Gupta, C. Alok,.. G. Borman et al. // Mon. Not. of the Royal Astron. Soc.- 2018.- Vol. 473, No 1.- P. 1145 – 1156.

12. * Velocity-resolved Reverberation Mapping of Five Bright Seyfert 1 Galaxies / G. De Rosa, M. M. Fausnaugh, C. J. Grier,.. S. G. Sergeev,.. G. A. Borman,.. S. V. Nazarov et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2018.- Vol. Vol. 866, No. 2.- id. 133.

13. * Blazar spectral variability as explained by a twisted inhomogeneous jet / C. M. Rateri, M. Villata, J. A. Acosta-Pulido,.. G. V. Baida,.. G. A. Borman,.. M. S. Butuzova,.. S. V. Nazarov,.. D. N. Okhmat et al. // Nature.- 2017.- Vol. 552, No. 7685.- P. 374 – 377.

14. * The First VHE detection of the blazar S 4 0954 65 with the Magic telescopes during an exceptionally high optical state / G. Pedaletti, M. Manganaro, M. Doerth,.. G. Borman et al. // High energy gamma-ray astronomy: 6-th International Symp., held Heidelberg, Germany, 11 – 15 July, 2016.- [Heidelberg, Germany], 2017.- [P. 050028].- (AIP Conf.; Vol. 1792).

15. * Multiwavelength observations of a VHE gamma-ray flare from PKS 1510-089 in 2015 / M. L. Ahnen, S. Ansoldi, L. A. Antonelli,.. G. A. Borman et al. // Astron. and Astrophys.- 2017.- Vol. 603.- id. A29.

16. * Reverberation Mapping of Optical Emission Lines in Five Active Galaxies / M. M. Fausnaugh, C. J. Grier, M. C. Bentz,.. G. A. Borman,.. S. V. Nazarov,.. D. N. Okhmat,.. S. G. Sergeev et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2017.- Vol. 840, No. 2.- id. 97.

17. * Space Telescope and Optical Reverberation Mapping Project. V. Optical Spectroscopic Campaign and Emission-line Analysis for NGC 5548 / L. Pei, M. M. Fausnaugh, A. J. Barth,.. G. A. Borman,.. S. V. Nazarov,.. D. N. Okhmat,.. S. G. Sergeev et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2017.- Vol. 837, No. 2.- id. 131.

18. * Space Telescope and Optical Reverberation Mapping Project.VI. Reverberating Disk Models for NGC 5548 / D. Starkey, K. Horne, M. M. Fausnaugh,.. G. A. Borman,.. S. V. Nazarov, D. N. Okhmat,.. S. G. Sergeev et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2017.- Vol. 835, No. 1.- id. 65.

19. * Space Telescope and Optical Reverberation Mapping Project. VII. Understanding the Ultraviolet Anomaly in NGC 5548 with X-Ray Spectroscopy / S. Mathur, A. Gupta, K. Page,.. G. A. Borman,.. S. V. Nazarov,.. D. N. Okhmat,.. S. G. Sergeev et al. // The Astrophys. Journ.- 2017.- Vol. 846, No. 1.- id. 55.

20. * Spectral variability of the 3C 390.3 nucleus for more than 20 yr - I. Variability of the broad and narrow emission line fluxes / S. G. Sergeev, S. V. Nazarov, G. A. Borman // Mon. Not. of the Royal Astron. Soc.- 2017.- Vol. 465, No. 2.- P. 1898 – 1909.