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.
The Arabidopsis E3 ubiquitin ligase PUB4 regulates BIK1 and is targeted by a bacterial type-III effector
Regressive evolution of an effector following a host jump in the Irish potato famine pathogen lineage
Genomic and functional analysis of phage mediated horizontal gene transfer in Pseudomonas syringae on the plant surface
Barley MLA3 recognizes the host-specificity determinant PWL2 from rice blast (M. oryzae)
The N-terminal executioner domains of NLR immune receptors are functionally conserved across major plant lineages