Tracy L. Kress, Nevan J. Krogan, and Christine Guthrie (2008). A single SR-like protein, Npl3, promotes pre-mRNA splicing in budding yeast. Mol. Cell, 32 (5): 727–734.

Gwendolyn M. Wilmes1*, Megan Bergkessel1*, Sourav Bandyopadhyay2, Anna Chan3, Hannes Braberg3, Michael Shales3, Gregg B. Whitworth1, Tracy L. Kress1, Sean R. Collins3,4, Jonathan S. Weissman3,4, Trey Ideker2, Christine Guthrie1, Nevan J. Krogan (2008). An RNA Processing Genetic Interaction Map Reveals Links Between Sem1/Dss1-Containing Complexes and mRNA Export and Spicing. Mol. Cell, 32 (5): 735-746.

Mette K. Lund, Tracy L. Kress, and Christine Guthrie (2008).  Autoregulation of Npl3p, a yeast SR protein, requires a novel downstream region and serine-phosphorylation.  Mol. Cell. Biol., 28 (11): 3873-8.

Tracy L. Kress and Christine Guthrie (2006). Molecular Biology. Accurate RNA Siting and Splicing Gets Help from a DEK-Hand. Science 312 (5782): 1886-1887

Tracy L. Kress, Young J. Yoon, and Kimberly L. Mowry (2004). Nuclear RNP Complex Assembly Initiates Cytoplasmic RNA Localization.  J. Cell. Biol., 165 (2): 203-211

Raymond A. Lewis, Tracy L. Kress, Colette A. Cote, Denise Gautreau, Megan M. Rokop, and Kimberly L. Mowry (2004).  Conserved and clustered RNA recognition sequences are critical features of signals directing RNA localization in Xenopus oocytes.  Mech. Dev., 121 (1): 101-109

Jiuyoung Xie, Ji-Ann Lee, Tracy L. Kress, Kimberly L. Mowry, and Douglas L. Black (2003). Protein Kinase A modulates Transport of the Polypyrimidine Tract-Binding Protein. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA., 100 (15):8776-8781.

Mikhail Bubunenko*, Tracy L. Kress*, Uma Devi Vempati, Kimberly L. Mowry, and Mary Lou King (2002). A Consensus RNA Signal That Directs Germ Layer Determinants To The Vegetal Cortex Of Xenopus Oocytes.  Dev. Biol., 248 (1): 82-92

*equal contribution

Colette A. Cote, Denise Gautreau, James M. Denegre, Tracy L. Kress, Natalie A. Terry, and Kimberly L. Mowry. (1999). A Xenopus Protein Related to hnRNP I Has a Role in Cytoplasmic RNA Localization. Mol. Cell, 4: 431-437