1. Chen L#, Zhang L#, Xie Y, Wang Y, Tian X, Fang W, Xue X, Wang L* (2023) Confronting antifungal resistance, tolerance, and persistence: advances in drug target discovery and delivery systems. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. Jul 10. doi: 10.1016/j.addr.2023.115007.
2. Hu P#, Ding H#, Liu H#, Yang Y, Chen L, He GJ, Ke W, Ping Z, Tian X, Peng Y, Shen Z, Yao X, Tao C, Yang En, Liao G, Liu X, Wang L* (2022) Regulatory basis for reproductive flexibility in a meningitis-causing fungal pathogen. Nature Communications. Dec 24. doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-35549-y.（ Selected as a featured article in Nature Communications）
3. Ke W, Xie Y, Hu Y, Ding H, Fan X, Huang J, Tian X, Zhang B, Xu Y, Liu X, Yang Y*, Wang L* (2022) A forkhead transcription factor contributes to the regulatory differences of pathogenicity in closely related fungal pathogens. mLife. Mar 24. doi: 10.1002/mlf2.12011.
4. Hu P#, Ding H#, Shen L#, He G, Liu H, Tian X, Tao C, Bai X, Liang J, Jin C, Xu X, Yang E, Wang L* (2021) A unique cell wall synthetic response evoked by glucosamine determines pathogenicity-associated fungal cellular differentiation. PLoS Genetics. Oct 8. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1009817.（Recommended by Faculty Opinions，“Top 0.5% in Microbiology”）
5. Tian X#, Ding H#, Ke W, Wang L* (2021) Quorum Sensing in Fungal Species. Annual Review of Microbiology. Aug 4. doi: 10.1146/annurev-micro-060321-045510.
6. Liu L#, He G#, Chen L#, Zheng J, Chen Y, Shen L, Tian X, Li E, Yang E, Liao G, Wang L* (2018) Genetic basis for coordination of meiosis and sexual structure maturation in Cryptococcus neoformans. Elife. Oct 3;7. doi: 10.7554/eLife.38683. (eLife editor digest article; recommended by Faculty Opinions，“Top 0.5% in Microbiology”)
7. Tian X#, He G#, Hu P#, Chen L, Tao C, Cui YL, Shen L, Ke W, Xu H, Zhao Y, Xu Q, Bai F, Wu B, Yang E, Lin X, Wang L* （2018）Cryptococcus neoformans sexual reproduction is controlled by a quorum sensing peptide. Nature Microbiology. May 21. doi: 10.1038/s41564-018-0160-4.（Featured research article selected by Nature Microbiology, recommended by Faculty Opinions, “Top 0.2% in Microbiology”）