Wei, X., Kundrát, M., Xu, L., Ma, W., Wu, Y., Chang, H., Zhang, J., Zhou, X. 2022. A new subadult specimen of oviraptorid Yulong mini (Theropoda: Oviraptorosauria) from the Late Cretaceous Qiupa Formation of Luanchuan, central China. Cretaceous Research. In review.  

Wang, X., Cau, A., Luo, X., Kundrát, M., Wu, W., Ju, S., Guo, Z., Liu, Y., Ji, Q. 2022. A new bohaiornithid-like bird from the Lower Cretaceous of China fills a gap in enantiornithine disparity. Journal of Paleontology. In minor review.  

Shen, C., Pêgas, R. V., Gao, C., Kundrát, M., Zhang, L., Wei, X., Zhou, X. 2021. A new specimen of Sinopterus dongi (Pterosauria, Tapejaridae) from the Jiufotang Formation (Early Cretaceous, China). PeerJ. 9:e12360.  
IF: 2.379 / Q2 

Monfroy, Q., Kundrát, M., O´Connor, J., You, H-L., Marone, F., Stampanoni, M., Šmajda, B.  2021. Synchrotron microtomography-based osteohistology of Gansus yumenensis: new data on the evolution of uninterrupted bone deposition in basal birds. Acta Zoologica. Eraly online. DOI: 10.1111/azo.12402. 
IF: 1.375 / Q2 

Kundrát, M., Cruickshank, A. R. I. 2021. New information on multispherulitic dinosaur eggs: Faveoloolithidae and Dendroolithidae. Historical Biology. Early online. DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2021.1961764.   
IF: 2.023 / Q1 

Agnolin, F., Lü, J. C., Kundrát, M., Xu, L. 2021. Alvarezsaurid osteology: new data on cranial anatomy. Historical Biology. Early online. DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2021.1929203  
IF: 2.023 / Q1 

Monfroy, Q., Kundrát, M., Uesugi, K., Hoshino, M. 2021. Dichotomy in formation and growth of bones of Yanornis martini (Pygostylia, Euornithes): study of thermal régime in an extinct Euornithes. Historical Biology. Accepted. DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2021.1961764. 
IF: 2.023 / Q1 

Kundrát, M. 2021. Earliest migratory cephalic NC cells are potent to differentiate into dental ectomesenchyme of the two lungfish dentitions: tetrapodomorph ancestral condition of unconstrained capability of mesencephalic NC cells to form oral teeth. The Science of Nature 108(5): 37.  
IF: 2.090 / Q2 

Monfroy, Q., Kundrát, M. 2021. The osteohistological variability in the evolution of basal avialans. Acta Zoologica. Early online. DOI: 10.1111/azo.123!16
IF: 1.375  / Q2 

Bahrami A, Yazdi M, Vaziri Moghaddam H, Ghobadi A, Murray AM, Brinkman D, Parvaneh-Nejad Shirazi M, Mirzaie Ataabadi M, Kundrát, M. 2021. Early Cretaceous vertebrate and invertebrate fossils from Dariyan Formation, southern Iran. Historical Biology 33(3): 387-402. 
IF: 2.023 / Q1 

Poropat, S. F., Kundrát, M., Mannion, P. D., Upchurch, P., Tischler, T. R., Elliott, D. A. 2021. Second specimen of the Upper Cretaceous Australian dinosaur Diamantinasaurus matildae provides new anatomical information on the skull and neck of early titanosaurs. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 1-65, Oxford University Press. 
IF: 2.824 / Q1 

Kundrát, M., Coria RA, Manning TW, Chiappe, LM, Snitting D, Nudds J, Ahlberg PE. 2020. Specialized craniofacial anatomy of a titanosaurian embryo from Argentina. Current Biology  30: 1-7.   
IF: 9.123 / Q1 

Rich, T. H., Trusler, P. Kool, L., Pickering, D., Alistair, E., Siu, K., Maksimenko, A., Kundrát, M., Gostling, N. J., Morton, S., Vickers-Rich, P. 2020. A third, remarkably small, tribosphenic mammal from the Mesozoic of Australia. In Biological Consequences of Plate Tectonics: New Perspectives on Post-Gondwana Break-up – A tribute to Ashok Sahni, Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology Series (eds. G. V. R. Prasad and R. Patnaik), 67-75, Springer Nature Switzerland. 

Wang J, Hao X, Kundrát M, Liu Z, Uesugi K, Jurašeková Z, Guo B, Hoshino M, Li Y,  Monfroy Q, Zhou B, Fabriciová G, Kang A, Wang M, Si Y, Gao J, Xu G, Li Z. 2021. Bone tissue histology of the Early Cretaceous bird Yanornis: evidence for a diphyletic origin of modern avian growth strategies within Ornithuromorpha. Historical Biology 32(10): 1422-1434. 
IF: 1.489 / Q1 

Wang X,  Huangm J., Kundrát, M., Cau, A., Liu, X., Wang, Y. 2020. A new jeholornithiform exhibits the earlier appearance of the fused sternum and pelvis in the evolution of avialan dinosaurs. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 199: 104401.  
IF: 2.990 / Q1 

Wang X, Cau, A, Kundrát, M., Chiappe, L. M., Ji, Q., Wang, Y., Li, T., Wu, W. 2020. A new advanced ornithuromorph bird from Inner Mongolia documents the northernmost geographic distribution of Jehol paleornithofauna in China. Historical Biology, early online. DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2020.1731805  
IF: 2.023 / Q1 

Kundrát, M., Xing, X., Hančová, M., Gajdoš, A., Guo, Y., Chen, D. 2020. Evolutionary disparity in the endoneurocranial configuration between small and gigantic tyrannosauroids. Historical Biology 32(5): 620-634.  
IF: 1.249 / Q1 

Kundrát, M., Rich TH, Lindgren J, Sjövall P, Vickers-Rich P, Chiappe LM, Kear BP. 2020. A polar dinosaur feather assemblage from Australia. Gondwana Research 80: 1-11.
IF: 6.174 / Q1 

Kundrát, M., Nudds, J., Kear, B., Lü, J., Ahlberg, P. 2019. The first specimen of Archaeopteryx from the Upper Jurassic Mörnsheim Formation of Germany. Historical Biology 1: 3-63, Taylor & Francis. 
IF: 1.249 / Q2 

Schwarz, D., Kundrát, M., Tischlinger, H., Dyke, G., Carney, R. M. 2019. Ultraviolet light illustrates the presence of a notarium-like structure in the Berlin Archaeopteryx skeleton. Scientific Reports 9: 6518. 
IF: 4.122 / Q1 

Shen, C., Lü, J., Gao, C-L., Hoshino, M., Uesugi, K., Kundrát, M. 2019. Forearm bone histology of a small-size theropod Daliansaurus liaoningensis (Paraves: Troodontidae) from the Yixian Formation in Liaoning, China. Historical Biology 31(2): 253-261.  
IF: 2.059 / Q2 

Kvasilova, A., Gregorovičová, M., Kundrát, M., Sedmera, D. 2019. HNK-1 in morphological study of the development of the cardiac conduction system in selected group vertebrates. The Anatomical Record 302(1): 69-82.  
IF: 1.431 / Q2 

Varricchio, D., Kundrát, M., Hogan, J. 2018. Intermediate incubation period in a theropod dinosaur consistent with primitive brooding. Scientific Reports 8:12454. 
IF: 4.609 / Q1 

Zanolli, C., Lei, P., Dumoncel, J., Kullmer, O., Kundrát, M., Wu, L., Macchiarelli, R., Mancini, L., Schenk, F., Tuniz, C. 2018. Inner tooth morphology of Homo erectus from Zhoukoudian. New evidence from an old collection housed at Uppsala University, Sweden. Journal of Human Evolution 116: 1-13. 
IF: 3.932 / Q1 

Lü, J., Li, G., Kundrát, M., Lee Y-N., Sun, Z., Kobayashi, Y., Shen, C., Teng, F., Liu, H. 2017. High diversity of the Ganzhou Oviraptorid Fauna increased by a new “cassowary-like” crested species. Scientific Reports 7: 6393.   
IF: 4.259 / Q1 

Pu, H., Currie, P. J., Lü, J., Zelenitsky, D. K., Carpenter, K., Li, X., Koppelhus, E. B., Jia, S., Xiao, L., Chuang, H., Li, T., Kundrát, M., Shen, C. 2017. Perinate and eggs of a giant caenagnathid dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of central China. Nature Communications 8: 14952. 
IF: 11.329 / Q1 

Shen, C., Lü, J. , Liu, S., Kundrát, M., Brusatte, S. L., Gao, H. 2017. A new troodontid dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Liaoning Province, China. Acta Geologica Sinica 91(3): 763-780. 
IF: 1.996 / Q3 

Shen, C., Zhao, B., Gao, C-L., Lü, J., Kundrát, M. 2017. A new troodontid dinosaur, Liaoningraptor curriei gen. et sp. nov., from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Western Liaoning, China. Acta Geoscientica Sinica 38(3): 1-13. 
IF: 1.596 / Q3 

Kear, B., Larrson, D., Lindgren, J., Kundrát, M. 2017. Exceptionally prolonged tooth formation in elasmosaurid plesiosaurians. Plos ONE 12(2): e0172759. 
IF: 3.540 / Q1 

Lü, J., Kundrát, M., Shen, C. 2016. A reappraisal of the morphology, histology, and systematic position of the pterosaur Gladocephaloideus from the Early Cretaceous of Liaoning Province, China. Plos ONE 11(6): e0154888. 
IF: 3.540 / Q1 

Poropat, S. F., Mannion, P. D., Upchurch, P., Hocknull, S. A., Kear, B. P., Kundrát, M., Tischler, T. R., Sloan, T., Sinapius, G. H. K., Elliot, J. A., Elliott, D. A. 2016. New Australian sauropod dinosaurs elucidate Cretaceous biogeography. Scientific Reports 6: 34467. 
IF: 5.228 / Q1 

Abbassi, N., Kundrát, M., Ataabadi, M. M., Ahlberg, P. E. 2016. Avian ichnia and other vertebrate fossils from the Neogene Red Beds of Tarom valley in northwestern Iran. Historical Biology 28(8): 1075-1089. 
IF: 1.489 / Q1