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Janice L. Walker, PhD

Contact Dr. Walker

1020 Locust Street
Jefferson Alumni Hall, Suite 571
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5903

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. A central role for vimentin in regulating repair function during healing of the lens epithelium
  2. Regional-specific alterations in cell-cell junctions, cytoskeletal networks and myosin-mediated mechanical cues coordinate collectivity of movement of epithelial cells in response to injury
  3. The hippo signaling pathway is required for salivary gland development and its dysregulation is associated with sjogren's syndrome
  4. Unique precursors for the mesenchymal cells involved in injury response and fibrosis
  5. Hypoglycosylated E-cadherin promotes the assembly of tight junctions through the recruitment of PP2A to adherens junctions
  6. Overexpression of DPAGT1 leads to aberrant N-glycosylation of E-cadherin and cellular discohesion in oral cancer
  7. Integrins in lens development and disease
  8. Diverse roles of E-cadherin in the morphogenesis of the submandibular gland: Insights into the formation of acinar and ductal structures
  9. γ-Secretase activation of notch signaling regulates the balance of proximal and distal fates in progenitor cells of the developing lung
  10. A Skp2 autoinduction loop and restriction point control
  11. Activation of Src kinases signals induction of posterior capsule opacification
  12. ERK activity and G1 phase progression: Identifying dispensable versus essential activities and primary versus secondary targets
  13. Post-transcriptional destabilization of p21cip1 by protein kinase C in fibroblasts
  14. Integrin-dependent signal transduction regulating cyclin D1 expression and G1 phase cell cycle progression
  15. Regulation of growth factor signaling and cell cycle progression by cell adhesion and adhesion-dependent changes in cellular tension
  16. A signaling role for the uncleaved form of 36 integrin in differentiating lens fiber cells
  17. Transition between proliferation and differentiation for lens epithelial cells is regulated by Src family kinases
  18. Role for α6 integrin during lens development: Evidence for signaling through IGF-1R and ERK
  19. α6 Integrin is regulated with lens cell differentiation by linkage to the cytoskeleton and isoform switching
  20. Integrins and development: How might these receptors regulate differentiation of the lens
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