|Some of Dr. Waltz's recent publications include:|
Hess, K.A.; Waltz, S.E.; Toney-Earley, K. and Degen, S.J.F. The receptor tyrosine kinase Ron is expressed in the mouse ovary and modulates iNOS levels and Ovulation. In Press, Fertility and Sterility.
Hess, K.A.; Waltz, S.E.; Chan, E.L. and Degen, S.J.F. The receptor tyrosine kinase Ron is expressed in mouse reproductive tissues during embryonic implantation and is important in trophoblast cell function. Biology of Reproduction, Print version: 2003.
Editorial on article #13 by Neil Kaplowitz on "After Ron is Gone" in Hepatology Highlights, Hepatology 36(5):1037-1038, 2002.
Leonis, M.A.; Toney-Early, K.; Degen S.J.F. and Waltz, S.E. Deletion of the tyrosine kinase domain of the Ron tyrosine kinase receptor leads to marked protection in a murine model of endotoxin-mediated acute liver failure. Hepatology 36(5):1053-1060, 2002.
McDowell, S.A.; Mallakin, A.; Toney-Early, K.; Bruno, T.; Prows, D.R.; Bachurski, C.J.; Kaestner, K.H.; Witte, D.P.; Melin-Aldana, H.; Degen, S.J.F.; Leikauf, G.D. and Waltz, S.E. The role of the receptor tyrosine kinase Ron in nickel-induced acute lung injury. Am. J. Respir. Cell Mol. Biol. 26:99-104, 2002.
Peace, B.E.; Hughes, M.J.; Degen, S.J.F. and Waltz, S.E. Point Mutations and overexpression of Ron induce transformation, tumor formation, and metastasis. Oncogene 20:6142-6151, 2001.