Griffiths M., Roy S., Guo H, Seethepalli A., Huhman D., Ge Y., Sharp R.E., Fritschi F.B., York, L.M. A multiple ion-uptake phenotyping platform reveals shared mechanisms affecting nutrient uptake by roots. Plant Physiology. 2020 Dec 29.
-Plant Physiology Article of the week January 2021

Boschiero C., Dai X., Lundquist P. K., Roy S., de Bang T. C., Zhang S., … & Zhao P. X. (2020). MtSSPdb: The Medicago truncatula Small Secreted Peptide Database. Plant Physiology183(1), 399-413.

Roy S.*, Liu W.*, Nandetey R., Crook A., Mysore K., Pislariu C., Frugoli, J., Dickstein R., Udvardi, M.K. Celebrating 20 years of genetic discoveries in legume nodulation and symbiotic nitrogen fixation. The Plant Cell, Accepted. DOI:
– Highlighted on Plantae
– Included in ASPB Webinar on “Preparing your Manuscript for Submission” as an example of good writing practices by use of ‘Topic sentences’.
– The Plant Cell’s #2 article based on number of mentions during the month of October.

Boschiero C.*, Lundquist P.K.*, Roy S.*, Dai X.*, Zhao P.X., and Scheible W.R. Identification and Functional Investigation of Genome‐Encoded, Small, Secreted Peptides in Plants. Current protocols in plant biology, (2019) 4, e20098.
– Used as the cover page for the issue

Liu C., Breakspear A., Guan D., Cerri M., Abbs K., Robson F., Radhakrishnan G., Roy S., Bone C., Stacey N., Rogers C., Trick M., Niebel A., Oldroyd G. E., Carvalho-Niebel F., Murray J. D. NIN acts as a Network Hub Controlling a Growth Module Required for Rhizobial Infection. Plant Physiology, (2019).

Roy S.*, Lundquist P.K.*, Udvardi M., Schieble W. Small and Mighty: Peptide hormones in plant biology. Teaching Tools in Plant Biology: Lecture Notes. The Plant Cell – online (2018).
Winning entry to create this Teaching Tool for The Plant Cell

Pfeilmeier S., George J., Morel A., Roy S., Smoker M., Stransfeld L., Downie J.A, Peeters N., Malone J., Zipfel C. “Expression of the Arabidopsis thaliana immune receptor EFR in Medicago truncatula reduces infection by a root pathogenic bacterium, but not nitrogen-fixing rhizobial symbiosis.” Plant biotechnology journal (2018).

de Bang T.C.*, Lundquist P.K.*, Dai X., Boschiero C., Zhuang Z., Pandey-Pant P., Torres-Jerez I., Roy S., Dickstein R., Udvardi MK, Zhao P, Scheible WR “Genome-wide Annotation and Transcriptomic Analysis Identifies Small Secreted Peptides with Nodule- and Macronutrient-Responsive Expression in Medicago truncatula.” Plant physiology (2017): pp-01096.

Roy S., Robson F., Lilley J.L.S., Liu C., Cheng X., Wen J., Bone C., Bennett M.J., Downie J.A., Swarup R., Oldroyd G.E.D., J. Murray “MtLAX2, a functional homologue of the auxin importer AtAUX1, is required for nodule organogenesis.” Plant physiology (2017): pp-01473.
– Highlighted by Plantae here.

Liu C., Breakspear A., Roy S., and Murray J.D. “Cytokinin responses counterpoint auxin signaling during rhizobial infection.” Plant signaling & behavior 10.6 (2015): e1019982.

Da-Song C.,  Liu C., Roy S.,  Stacey N., Cousins D., Murray J. D “Identification of a core set of rhizobial infection genes using data from single cell-types.” Frontiers in plant science 6 (2015): 575.

Breakspear A.*, Liu C*, Roy S., Stacey N., Rogers C., Trick M., Morieri G., Mysore K.S., Wen J., Oldroyd   G.E.D, Downie J.A., and Murray J.D. “The Root Hair ‘Infectome’ of Medicago truncatula Uncovers Changes in Flavonoid and Hormone Biosynthetic Genes and Reveals an Auxin Signaling Component Required for Rhizobial Infection.” The Plant Cell (2014): tpc-114.

Macho A. P.*, Schwessinger B.*, Ntoukakis V.*, Brutus A., Segonzac C., Roy S., Kadota Y., Oh M. H., Sklenar J., Derbyshire P., Lozano-Durán R., Malinovsky F. G., Monaghan J., Menke F. L., Huber S. C., He S. Y., Zipfel C. “A Bacterial Tyrosine Phosphatase Inhibits Plant Pattern Recognition Receptor Activation.” Science 343.6178 (2014): 1509-1512.

* Authors contributed equally

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