Tian, L., Hu, Y.H. and Chen, X.-Y. Advancing human health through exploration of plant metabolism and reaping the benefits of edible medicinal plants. Molecular Plant. 2017. 10, 533-536.
Yu, S. and Tian, L. Breeding major cereal grains through the lens of nutrition sensitivity. Molecular Plant. 2017.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molp.2017.08.006.
Wilson, A.E., Feng, X., Ono, N.N., Holland, D., Amir, R. and Tian, L.Characterization of a UGT84 family glycosyltransferase provides new insights into substrate binding and reactivity of galloylglucose ester-forming UGTs. Biochemistry. 2017.56: 6389-6400.
Wu, S. and Tian, L. Diverse phytochemicals and bioactivities in the ancient fruit and modern functional food pomegranate (Punica granatum).Molecules. 2017.22:1606.
Tian, L., Hu, Y.H. and Chen, X.-Y. Advancing human health through exploration of plant metabolism and reaping the benefits of edible medicinal plants. Molecular Plant. 2017.10: 533-536,
Wilson, A.E., Hosea, M. and Tian, L. Glucose ester enabled acylation in plant specialized metabolism.Phytochemistry Reviews. 2016.15: 1057-1074..
Ono, N.N., Qin, X., Wilson, A.E., Li, G. and Tian, L.Two UGT84 family glycosyltransferases catalyze a critical reaction of hydrolyzable tannin biosynthesis in pomegranate (Punica granatum). PLOS ONE .2016.11(5): e0156319..
Tian, L. Using hairy roots for production of valuable plant secondary metabolites. Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Biotechnology. 2015.149, 275-324.
Ono, N.N., Bandaranayake, P.C.G. and Tian, L.Establishment of pomegranate (Punica granatum) hairy root cultures for genetic interrogation of the hydrolyzable tannin biosynthetic pathway. Planta. 2012.236, 931-941.
Ono, N.N., Britton, M.T., Fass, J.N., Nicolet, C.M., Lin, D.W. and Tian, L. Exploring the transcriptome landscape of pomegranate (Punica granatum) fruit peel for natural product biosynthetic gene and SSR marker discovery. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. 2011.53, 800-813.
Ono, N.N. and Tian, L. The multiplicity of hairy root cultures: prolific possibilities. Plant Science .2011.180, 439-446.