TSL scientists publish their work in a wide range of academic journals.
We are strong supporters of open access science and open access publishing. TSL is a signatory of the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA; https://sfdora.org/) and actively encourages researchers to use prepublication peer review (preprint servers) and publish in Open Access journals. We publish preprints regularly on bioRxiv and other preprint servers.
Deletion of the ATP20 gene in Ustilago maydis produces an unstable dimer of F1FO-ATP synthase associated with a decrease in mitochondrial ATP synthesis and a high H2O2 production
Extensive immune receptor repertoire diversity in disease-resistant rice landraces
Titanium Oxide-Based Phosphopeptide Enrichment from Arabidopsis Seedlings
Emerging principles in the design of bioengineered made-to-order plant immune receptors
RpoS contributes in a host-dependent manner to Salmonella colonization of the leaf apoplast during plant disease