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Professor Judie R Walton

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Papers

  • Walton JR.(2014) Chronic aluminum intake causes Alzheimer's disease -- applying Sir Austin Bradford Hill's causality criteria. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 40:765-838.
  • Walton JR. (2013) Aluminum's involvement in the progression of Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 35:7-43.
  • Walton, JR. (2012) Aluminum disruption of calcium homeostasis and signal transduction resembles change that occurs in aging and Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 29:255-273.
  • Walton, JR. (2012) Cognitive deterioration and associated pathology induced by chronic low-level aluminum ingestion in a translational rat model provides an explanation of Alzheimer's disease, tests for susceptibility and avenues for treatment. International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease doi:10.1155/2012/914947 17 pp
  • Walton J, Murrell GAC. (2012) Clinical tests diagnostic for rotator cuff repair. Techn Should Elbow Surg 13:17-21.
  • Walton JR, Murrell GAC. (2012) Effects of operative time on outcomes of rotator cuff repair Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 13:23-27.
  • Walton J, Murrell GAC. (2012) A two-year clinical outcomes study of 400 patients, comparing open surgery and arthroscopy for rotator cuff repair Bone and Joint Research (2012) 1:210-217.
  • Walton JR (2012) Evidence that ingested aluminum additives contained in processed foods and alum-treated drinking water are a major risk factor for Alzheimer's disease. Curr Inorg Chem 2012, 2, 19-39
  • Walton JR (2010)  Evidence for participation of aluminum in neurofibrillary tangle formation and growth in Alzheimer's disease.  Accepted for publication.  J Alzheimer Dis 30:1059-1069.
  • Walton JR (2012)  Evidence that ageing increases human vulnerability to aluminium neurotoxicity and Alzheimer's disease.  In: Aging and Vulnerability to Environmental Chemicals. Weiss, BJ (ed.).
  • Walton JR, Murrell GAC (2012)  Effects of operative time on outcomes of rotator cuff repair. Techn Should Elbow Surg. 13:23-27.
  • Walton JR, Murrell GAC (2012)  Clinical tests diagnostic for rotator cuff tear.  Techn Should Elbow Surg. 13:17-22.
  • Walton JR, Murrell GAC (2012).  A two-year clinical outcomes study of 400 patients, comparing open surgery and arthroscopy for rotator cuff repair.  J Bone Joint Surg (Br) (submitted).
  • Walton JR (2012) Aluminium disruption of calcium homeostasis and signalling resembles change that occurs in ageing and Alzheimer's disease.  J Alzheimer's Disease 29:255-273.
  • Walsh MJ, Walsh NA, Walton JR. (2011) Surgical Repair of the Gluteal Tendons. A report of 72 cases.  J. Arthroplasty 26(8) 1514-1519.
  • Khatib Y, Isaacs JD, Walsh NA, Walton J, Molnar RB (2011).  Hip fracture surgery and clopidogrel: Is it safe to operate without delay?  J. Orthopaedics 8(1)e9.
  • Walton JR (2011) Bioavailable aluminum: Its metabolism and effects on the environment.  In: Nriagu JO (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, volume 1, pp. 331–342 Burlington: Elsevier.
  • Walton JR (2011) Bioavailable aluminum: Its effects on human health. In: Nriagu JO (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, volume 1, pp. 331–342 Burlington: Elsevier.
  • Walton JR. (2010)  Evidence for participation of aluminum in neurofibrillary tangle formation and growth in Alzheimer's disease.  Accepted for publication.  J Alzheimer Dis 30:1059-1069.
  • Giza E, Sullivan M, Ocel D, Lundeen G, Mitchell M, Veris L, Walton J.  (2010). Matrix induced Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation of Talus Articular Defects: Two Year Prospective Study.  Foot Ankle Int.  31:147
  • Sein, ML, Walton J.R., Linklater, J., Appleyard R., Kirkbride B., Kuah D, Murrell G.A.C. (2010).  Shoulder Pain in Elite Swimmers: Primarily Due to Swim-volume-induced Supraspinatus Tendinopathy.  Brit J Sports Med 44:105-113.
  • Walton JR, Wang M-X. (2009). APP expression, distribution and accumulation are altered by aluminum in a rodent model for Alzheimer's disease.   J Inorg Biochem 103:1548-1554.
  • Walton J.R. (2009).  Brain lesions comprised of aluminum-rich cells that lack microtubules may be associated with the cognitive deficit of Alzheimer's disease.  Neurotoxicology 30:1059-69.
  • Walton JR. (2009). Functional impairment in aged rats chronically exposed to human range dietary aluminum equivalents.  Neurotoxicology 30:182-193.
  • Walton JR. (2007).  An Aluminum-based rat model for Alzheimer's disease exhibits oxidative damage, inhibition of PP2A activity, hyperphosphorylated tau, and granulovacuolar degeneration.  J Inorg Biochem
  • Sein ML, Appleyard R, Walton JR, Linklater J, Murrell GAC. (2007).  Reliability of a new shoulder laxometer to assess inferior glenohumeral joint translation. Br J Sports Med. 42: 178-182.117.
  • Walton JR.  Diamond TH, Kumar A, Murrell GAC. (2007).  A sensitive stain for aluminum in undecalcified cancellous bone.  J Inorg Biochem. 101 (9): 1285-90.
  • Sein ML, Walton JR, Linklater J, Murrell GAC. (2007).  Reliability of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Assessment of Supraspinatus Tendinopathy.  Brit J Sports Med 41 (8) Issue: 8.
  • Walton JR, Bowman N, Khatib Y, Linklater J, Murrell GAC. (2007).  The Restore® Orthobiological Implant is not recommended for augmentation of rotator cuff repairs.  J Bone Joint Surg 89:786-791.
  • Walton JR. A longitudinal study of rats chronically exposed to aluminum at human dietary levels.  Neuroscience Letters 2007;412: 29-33.
  • Yiasemides E., Walton J., Marr P., Villanueva EV., Murrell DF. (2006). A comparative study between transmission electron microscopy and immunofluorescence mapping in the diagnosis of epidermolysis bullosa. American Journal of Dermatopathology. 28:387-94.
  • Paxinos A., Walton J., Rutten S., Muller M., Murrell GA. (2006). Arthroscopic stabilization of superior labral (SLAP) tears with biodegradable tack: outcomes to 2 years. Arthroscopy. 22:627-34.
  • Walton JR. (2006). Aluminum in hippocampal neurons from humans with Alzheimer's disease.  Neurotoxicology 27:385-94.
  • Sein ML, Walton J, Appleyard R, Linklater J and Murrell GAC. (2005). Supraspinatus tendinosis and elite swimming training.  Am. Org. Sports Sciences and Medicine.   Keystone, Colorado.
  •  Harris I, Hatfield A, Walton J. (2005).  Assessing leg length discrepancy after femoral fracture: clinical examination or computed tomography?  ANZ Journal of Surgery. 75(5):319-321.
  • Walton J, Mahajan S, Paxinos C, Marshall J, Bryant C, Snier R, Quinn R, Murrell GAC. (2005).  Tests for acromioclavicular joint pain and their diagnostic value.  ICCS Proceedings. In press, 2005.
  • Chen S, Haen PS, Walton J and Murrell GAC. (2005). The effects of thermal capsular shrinkage on the outcomes of arthroscopic stabilization for primary anterior shoulder instability.  Amer. J. Sports Med. 33:705-11.
  • Trennery, K, Walton JR and Murrell GAC. (2005).  Prevention of shoulder stiffness after rotator cuff repair.  Clin. Orthop. 430, 94-99.
  • Sein ML, Walton J, Appleyard R, Linklater J and Murrell GAC. (2004). Supraspinatus tendinosis and elite swimming training.  Aust. Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport.  Alice Springs, NT.
  • Walton J, Cummins C, Marshall J, Murrell GAC. (2004).  Rotator cuff repair patients: Their temporal pain and function outcomes over two years. 70th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons, San Francisco.
  • Walton JR, Cummins CA, Marshall JM, Murrell GAC.  (2004). Rotator cuff repair: How patient perceptions and measurements of shoulder condition change during 2-year follow-up. Proceedings of 50th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco.
  • Walton JR. (2004). A bright field/fluorescent stain for aluminum: its specificity, validation, and staining characteristics.  Biotech. Histochem. 79:169-176.
  • Walton J, Mahajan S, Paxinos C, Marshall J, Bryant C, Snier R, Quinn R, Murrell GAC. (2004).  Diagnostic values of tests for acromioclavicular joint pain. J Bone Joint Surg 86-A, 807-812.
  • Hayes K, Ginn KA, Walton JR, Szomor ZL and Murrell GAC. (2004).  A randomised clinical trial evaluating the efficacy of physiotherapy after rotator cuff repair.  Aust. J. Physiotherapy 50, 77-83.
  • Harris I, Hatfield A, Donald G, and Walton J. (2003).  Outcome after intramedullary nailing of femoral shaft fractures.  ANZ J Surg 73:387-89.
  • Murrell GAC, Dorji S, Walton J. (2002).  The ability of a hand held dynamometer to diagnose a rotator cuff tear and estimate the size of a rotator cuff tear. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Melbourne.
  • Walton J, Paxinos A, Murrell GAC. (2002).  Identification of predictive factors for workers' compensation patients with poor self-assessed outcomes following SLAP stabilization. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Melbourne.
  • Walton J,Murrell GAC. (2002). Clinical shoulder tests and their ability to predict the size of rotator cuff tears. 69th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society . J. Science & Medicine in Sport 5 (2002): S63.   
  • Walton J, Paxinos A, Tzannes A, Callanan M, Hayes K, Murrell GAC. (2002).  The unstable shoulder in the adolescent athlete.  Am J Sports Med (Current Concepts) 30:758-767.
  • Walton J and Murrell GAC. (2002).  Shoulder tests and their ability to predict the size of rotator cuff tears.  Presented to the Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 10-12 February 2002, Dallas, TX, USA.
  • Hayes K, Callanan M, Walton J, Tzannes A, Paxinos A, and Murrell G. (2002).  Shoulder instability: management and rehabilitation.  J Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 32, 497-509.
  • Hayes K, Walton J,Szomor Z,Ginn K,Murrell G. A. (2001). A randomized prospective controlled clinical trial evaluating the efficacy of physical therapy in post-operative rotator cuff repair outcomes. 27th Annual Meeting American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Keystone, Colorado. 
  • Walton J,Murrell GAC. (2001).  Predicting rotator cuff tear size from clinical tests. 27th Annual Meeting American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Keystone, Colorado. 
  • Paxinos A, Walton J,Rutten S,Murrell GAC. (2001).  Temporal outcomes of arthroscopic stabilization of superior labral (SLAP) tears with a biodegradable tac. Australian Rheumatology Association and Rheumatology Health Professionals Association Conference, Adelaide, Australia. 
  • Hayes K, Walton J,Szomor ZL,Murrell GAC. (2001).  The reliability of five range of motion and three muscle strength measures for shoulder joint assessment. 47th Annual Meeting Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, California. 
  • Paxinos A, Walton J, Rutten Sjoerd, Murrell GA. (2001).  Temporal outcomes of arthroscopic stabilisation of superior labral (SLAP) tears with biodegradable tac.  Presented at the 27th Annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Keystone, CO, USA, 28 June to 1 July 2001.
  • Walton JR and Murrell GAC. (2001).  Predicting rotator cuff tear size from clinical tests.  Presented at the 27th Annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Keystone, CO, USA.
  • Walton J and Murrell GAC. (2001).  Assessment and validation of clinical tests effective for diagnosing rotator cuff tears, Presented to the Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Walton J and Murrell GAC. (2001).  The predictive value of clinical tests for shoulder instability, Presented to the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Paxinos A, Walton J, Tzannes A, Callanan M, Hayes K and Murrell GAC. (2001). Advances in the Management of Traumatic Anterior and Atraumatic Multidirectional Shoulder Instability, Sports Medicine, 31, 819-828.
  • Walton J, Tzannes A, and Murrell GAC. (2001).  The predictive value of clinical tests for shoulder instability.  Presented at the Orthopaedic Research Society and 68th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, San Francisco, California.
  • Murrell GAC and Walton, JR. (2001).  Diagnosis of rotator cuff tears.  The Lancet 357:769-770.
  • Callanan M, Tzannes A, Hayes K, Paxinos A, Walton J, Murrell GAC. (2001).   Shoulder instability.  Diagnosis and management.  Aust Family Physician 30, 655-661.
  • Walton J, Murrell GAC. (2000). The predictive value of 23 clinical tests for rotator cuff pathology.  Presented to the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine and the American Shoulder and Elbow Society, 18 March 2000, Orlando, FL.
  • Hayes K, Walton JR, Szomor ZL, and Murrell GAC. (2002).  Reliability of three methods for assessing shoulder strength.  J. Shoulder Elbow Surg. 11, 33-39.
  • Hayes K, Walton JR, Szomor ZL, and Murrell GAC. (2001).  Reliability of five methods for assessing shoulder range of motion, Aust J Physiother 47:289-294.
  • Walton J and Murrell GAC. (1999).  Predictive value of clinical examinations for shoulder pathology.  Fifth IOC (International Olympic Committee) World Congress on Sports Medicine, Sydney (November 1999).
  • Walton, J.R.  (1998). Absorption of aluminium and its effects on brain cells.  In: Aluminium.  Eds. Imray P, Moore MR, Callan W, Lock W.  National Environmental Health Monographs. Metals Series No. 1,Adelaide SA: National Environmental Health Forum, pp. 22-36.
  • Walton, J. (1997).  Handwriting changes due to aging and Parkinson's syndrome, Forensic Science International 88:197-214.
  • Walton, J. (1996).  Amyloid, aluminium and Alzheimer's disease (letter).  Med. J. Aust., 164: 18 March 1996, pp. 382-383.
  • Walton J (1995).  Aluminum bioavailability debated.  J Am Water Works Assoc 87:4.
  • Walton, J.  (1995) Drinking water and aluminium.  Private Health Choice.  pp. 14-16.
  • Walton, J and Bryson-Taylor, D (1995).  Aluminium: A neurochemical cause of Alzheimer's disease?  Chemistry in Australia 62:37-38.
  • Walton, J, Tuniz, C. Fink, D,  Jacobsen, G and Wilcox, D (1995).  Uptake of trace amounts of aluminum into the brain from drinking water.  Neurotoxicology 17:187-190.
  • Fink, D., Walton, J., Tuniz, C. et al. (1994).  First 26Al analysis at the ANTARES AMS Centre: Uptake via oral ingestion of 26Al in rats.  Nucl Instr Meth B92:473-477.
  • Walton, J., Wilcox, D. and Hams, G. (1994).  Bioavailability of aluminium from drinking water: co-exposure with foods and beverages, Research Report #83.  Melbourne: Urban Water Research Association of Australia.
  • Bond, N. and Walton, J. (1993).  Alleviating memory impairments following hippocampal lesions in the rat: the role of neural grafting.  Proc. Aust. Assoc. Gerontol., Adelaide, SA.
  • Walton, J. (1993).  The role of cell lineages in aging.  J. Computer-Assisted Electron Microscopy, 5, 127-130.
  • Scaramuzzi, R.J., Nancarrow, C.D., Murray, J.D. and Walton, J.R. (1992).  Reproductive wastage in the androstenedione-immune ewe.  J. Reproduc.  Fertil. 67:782-789,
  • Duck, C., Walton, J., Bond, N. and Ryan, A. (1991).  Physiological and behavioural comparison of aged food-restricted and freely-fed rats.  Proc. Aust. Assoc. Gerontol., Sydney, NSW.
  • Duck, C., Walton, J. and Bond, N. (1991).  Neurological age changes and memory loss in rodents.  Proc. 4th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Walton, J. (1991).  Cell differentiation and the ageing process.  Proc. 4th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Walton, J. (1990).  The cell biology of ageing.  Proc. First Asian-Pacific Congress for Cell Biology, Shanghai, China P.R.
  • Bond, N.W., Walton, J. and J. Pruss (1989).  Restoration of memory following hippocampal grafts: a possible treatment for Alzheimer's disease.  Biological Psychol: special issue on the Psychobiology of Health, 28:67-87.
  • Walton, J. (1989).  Aluminium and Alzheimer's disease.  Proc. Australasian Soc. Exp. Pathol., Sydney.
  • Walton, J., Pruss, J. and N.W. Bond (1989).  Fetal neural grafts as a possible treatment for Alzheimer's disease.  In:  The Challenge of Dementia. Proceedings of the IVth Alzheimer's Disease International Meeting, Brisbane)  pp. 66-67.
  • Walton, J., Pruss, J. and N.W. Bond (1988).  Embryonic neural grafts as a possible treatment for Alzheimer's disease.  Proc. IV Alzheimer's Disease Int. Meeting, Brisbane, p. 85.
  • Walton, J., Pruss, J. and Bond, N. (1988).  Embryonic neural grafts for the treatment of memory deficiency in rats (1988).  Aust. Socs. Exp. Biol. and Aust. N.Z. Soc. Cell Biol., Canberra.
  • Bond, N.W., A.V. Everitt, and J. Walton (1989).  Effects of dietary restriction on radial-arm maze performance and flavor memory in aged rats.  Neurobiol. Ageing 10:27-30.
  • Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R. (Eds.). (1988).  Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing.  Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology, Basle, S. Karger.
  • Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R. (1988).  Regulation of ageing along the hypothalamic-pituitary-endocrine axis.  Chapter in: Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing.  Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology (Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R., eds.).  Basle, S. Karger, pp. 1-8.
  • Walton, J.R. and Everitt, A.V. (1988).  Hypothalamic-pituitary function in ageing man.   Chapter in: Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing.  Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology (Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R., eds.).  Basle, S. Karger, pp. 37-59.
  • Walton, J., Pruss, J., and Everitt, A.V. (1988).  Adrenocortical cell turnover  and ageing in growth-retarded rats.  Chapter in:  Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing.  Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology  (Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R., eds.).  Basle, S. Karger, pp. 74-80.
  • Walton J., Murray, J.D., Marshall, J.T., and Nancarrow C.W. (1987).  Zygote viability in gene transfer experiments.  Biol. Reproduc. 37, 957-967.
  • Walton, J. (1987).  Ultrastructure-function studies in cells.  6th Ann.  Meeting Aust. N.Z. Soc. Cell Biol., Auckland.
  • Walton, J. (1986).  The pathobiology of ageing.  Proc. 9th Aust. Conf. Electron Microscopy and 8th Nat. Sympos. Microscop. Soc. Aust., Sydney, 1986, p. 63.
  • Pruss, J. and Walton, J. (1986).  Skeletal development in the sheep embryo.  Proc. 9th Aust. Conf. Electron Microscopy and 8th Nat. Sympos. Microscop. Soc. Aust., Sydney 1986, p. 77.
  • Walton, J., Pruss, J. and Bond, N. (1986).  Mosaic brains:  interspecific neural grafts into the adult rat hippocampus.  5th Ann. Meeting Aust. N.Z. Soc. Cell Biol., Sydney.
  • Walton, J. (1985).  Ageing and cell biology.  Proc. Aust. Assoc. Gerontol. pp. 11-13.
  • Walton, J., Nancarrow, C.W. and Murray, J. (1985)  Membrane damage hampers gene transfer experiments.  Aust. N. Z. Soc. Cell Biol. Meeting, Adelaide.
  • McAvoy, J.W., Campbell, M.T., and Walton, J. (1985).  Influence of neural retina on lens fibre differentiation in rats.  Aust. J. Opthalmol., 13, 103-111.
  • Walton, J. and McAvoy, J.W. (1984).  Sequential structural response of lens epithelium to retina conditioned medium.  Exp. Eye Res. 39, 217-229.
  • Walton, J. and McAvoy, J. (1984).  Sequence of ultrastructural events during lens differentiation.  Aust. Soc. Cell Biol. Meeting, Melbourne.
  • McAvoy, J.W., Campbell, M., and Walton, J. (1983).  Control mechanisms in lens morphogenesis and differentiation.  Aust. Soc. Cell Biol. Meeting, Sydney.
  • Walton, J. and McAvoy, J. (1983).  In vitro differentiation.  Aust. Soc. Cell Biol. Meeting, Sydney.
  • McAvoy, J., Campbell, M. and Walton, J. (1983).  Influence of bovine retina conditioned medium on rat lens fibre differentiation in vitro. ARVO (Assoc. Res. Vision Opthalmology) meeting.
  • Segall, P.E., Timmiras, P.S., and Walton, J.R. (1983).  Chronic tryptophan restriction delays reproductive aging.  Mech. Age. Dev., 245-252.
  • Walton, J.R. (1983).  Limited cell replication:  a clue to the aging process. Chapter in:  The Cellular Pathobiology of Human Disease (Trump, B.F., Jones, R.T. and Laufer, A., eds.).  New York and Stuttgart, Fischer Verlag, pp. 369-412.
  • Ingraham, J.A., Walton, J., Pruneda, C.O. and Morgan, R.J. (1983).  Scanning electron microscopy study of argon plasma-treated and untreated peel test Kevlar 49/epoxy laminate.  U.S. Dept. of Energy UCID-19607.
  • Walton, J. (1982).  The role of limited cell replicative capacity in pathological age change:  a review.  Mech. Age.  Dev. 19, 217-244.
  • Walton, J. (1982).  Lead toxicity traced to mitochondria [interview].  Med. J. Aust. 2, 443-445.
  • Segall, P.E., Walton J.R. and Timiras P.S. (1982).  Low tryptophan diets delay reproductive aging.  Gerontologist 22, 166.
  • Segall, P.E., and Walton, J.R. (1982).  Delayed reproductive ageing.  Age 7, 136-137.
  • Walton, J., Vanderlaan, M. and Yoshiyama, J.M. (1982).  Ultrastructure of the rat urothelium in en face section.  J. Submicroscop.  Cytol. 14, 1-19.
  • Walton, J., Yoshiyama, J.M. and Packer, L. (1981).  The existence of mitochondrial networks in rat skeletal muscle.  J. Cell Biol. 91, 285a.
  • Yoshiyama, J.M., Goff, D. and Walton, J. (1981).  Variations in sample preparation that affect contrast enhancement by lead aspartate.  Proc. Electron Microscop. Soc. Amer. (EMSA), Vol. II, 67.
  • Walton, J., Yoshiyama, J., King, E. and Vanderlaan, M. (1980).  Early neoplastic changes in BBN-exposed rat urothelium.  Investigators Workshop of the National Bladder Cancer Project.  Sarasota, Florida, Jan. 6-9, 1980.
  • Walton, J.R. and Packer, L. (1980).  Environmental free radical damage and protection:  relation to ageing and cancer.  Chapter in: Vitamin E (Machlin, L.J., ed.).  Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York.
  • Smith, H.S., Hackett, A.J., Riggs, J.L., Mosesson, M.W., Walton, J.R. and Stampfer, M.R. (1979).  Properties of epithelial cells cultured from human carcinomas and nonmalignant tissues.  J. Supramolec.  Structure 11, 147-166.
  • Walton, J.R. (1979).  Lead aspartate, an en bloc contrast stain particularly useful for ultrastructural enzymology.  J. Histochem.  Cytochem. 27, 1337-1342.  UCRL-81618.
  • Segall, P. and Walton, J. (1979).  Chronic tryptophan restriction and aging.  32nd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society.  Washington, D.C., Nov. 25-29, 1979.  J. Gerontol.  19, 143.
  • Vanderlaan, M., King, E.B., Kromhout, L., Hara, P., Barrett, D. and Walton, J. (1979).  Use of rat bladder tumors as a model system for development of new methods in urinary cytology.  27th Annual Meeting of the Amer. Soc. Cytol., San Francisco, CA, Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1979, p. 59.
  • Walton, J.R. Eiselein, J. and Biggs, M.W. (1979).  Host cell and viral interactions in oncolysis.  Cancer Res. 20, 169.
  • Vanderlaan, M. and Walton, J. (1978).  Cytochemical studies on rat urothelial cells. Investigators Workshop of the National Bladder Cancer Project.  Sarasota, Florida, Dec. 13-15, (1978), p. 13.
  • Palzer, R.J. and Walton, J.R. (1978).  Properties of microspheres (latex beads) influence their binding and uptake into cultured cells.  In Vitro 14, 336.
  • Eiselein, J.E., Biggs, M.S. and Walton, J.R. (1978).  Treatment of transplanted murine tumors with an oncolytic virus and cyclophosphamide.  Cancer Research 38, 3817-3822.
  • Walton, J.R. (1978).  Lead aspartate:  a new en bloc stain for electron microscopy. Proc.  9th Int'l Congress for Electron Microscopy, II, 34-35.
  • Packer, L. and Walton, J.R. (1977).  Antioxidant versus aging.  Chem. Tech. 7, 276-281.
  • Walton, J.R. and Buckley, I.K. (1977).  The lead-poisoned cell:  a fine structural study using cultured kidney cells.   Exp. Molec.  Pathol. 27, 167-182.
  • Palzer, R.J. and Walton, J.R. (1977).  Fluorescent microsphere techniques for studying early events in cell hybridization.  J. Cell Biol. 75, 3831a.
  • Walton, J.R. and Palzer, R.J. (1977).  Ultrastructural characteristics of Chinese hamster cells in different phases of the cell cycle.  J. Cell Biol. 75, 6a.
  • Walton, J.R. (1977).  A comparison of in vitro and in vivo changes in cell ultrastructure by toxins.  J. Electron Microscop. 26, 169.
  • Walton, J.R. (1976).  The interpretation of abnormal ultrastructure.  J. Cell Biol. 70, 147a.
  • Kinns, H.R. and Walton, J.R. (1976).  Computer analysis in the electron microscopic assessment of cellular injury.  Comput. Biol. Med. 6, 53-60.
  • Walton, J.R. and Buckley, I.K. (1975).  Cell models in the study of mechanisms of toxicity.  Agents and Actions 6, 69-88.
  • Walton, J.R. (1974).  Computer-aided assessment of pathological changes observed by electron microscopy.  Proc. 8th Int. Congress Electron Microsc., Vol. II, pp. 540-541.
  • Walton, J.R. (1974).  Ultrastructural changes in cells arising from metabolic inhibitors.  Proc. Aust. Biochem. Soc. 7, 63.
  • Walton, J.R. (1974).  The Systematic Appraisal of Cellular injury.  Agents and Actions 5; 394-400.
  • Buckley, I.K. and Walton, J.R. (1974).  A simple method for culturing chick embryo liver and kidney parenchymal cells for microscopic studies.  Tissue and Cell 6; 641-652.
  • Walton, J.R. (1974).  Intranuclear inclusions in the lead-poisoned cultured kidney cell.  J. Pathol.  112, 213-215.
  • Walton, J.R. (1974).  Ultrastructural Changes Induced in Cultured Cells by Metabolic Inhibitors and Other Agents. Doctoral dissertation. The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia
  • Walton, J.R. (1973).  Granules containing lead in isolated mitochondria.  Nature 243, 100-101.

Books

  • Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R. (Eds.). (1988). Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing. Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology, Basle, S. Karger.
  • Walton, J.R. (1974). Ultrastructural Changes Induced in Cultured Cells by Metabolic Inhibitors and Other Agents. Doctoral dissertation. The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Book Chapters and Encyclopaedia Entries

  • Walton JR (2013) Cognitive deterioration and related neuropathology in older people with Alzheimer's disease could result from life-long exposure to aluminum compounds Aging and Vulnerability to Environmental Chemicals. Weiss B (ed.). Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp 31-82.
  • Walton JR (2011) Bioavailable aluminium: its metabolism and effects on the environment. Encyclopedia of Environmental Health. Nriagu JO (ed.). Burlington: Elsevier Science (2011) 1:331-342
  • Walton JR (2011) Bioavailable aluminum: Its effects on human health. Encyclopedia of Environmental Health. Nriagu JO (ed.). Burlington, Elsevier Science. (2011) 1:343-352.
  • Walton JR. (1998) Absorption of aluminium and its effects on brain cells. In: Aluminium. Eds. Imray P, Moore MR, Callan W, Lock W. National Environmental Health Monographs. Metals Series No. 1,Adelaide SA: National Environmental Health Forum, pp. 22-36.
  • Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R. (1988). Regulation of ageing along the hypothalamic-pituitary-endocrine axis. Chapter in: Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing. Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology (Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R., eds.). Basle, S. Karger, pp. 1-8.
  • Walton, J.R. and Everitt, A.V. (1988). Hypothalamic-pituitary function in ageing man. Chapter in: Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing. Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology (Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R., eds.). Basle, S. Karger, pp. 37-59.
  • Walton, J., Pruss, J., and Everitt, A.V. (1988). Adrenocortical cell turnover and ageing in growth-retarded rats. Chapter in: Regulation of Neuroendocrine Ageing. Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology (Everitt, A.V. and Walton, J.R., eds.). Basle, S. Karger, pp. 74-80.
  • Walton, J.R. (1983). Limited cell replication: a clue to the aging process. Chapter in: The Cellular Pathobiology of Human Disease (Trump, B.F., Jones, R.T. and Laufer, A., eds.). New York and Stuttgart, Fischer Verlag, pp. 369-412.
  • Walton, J.R. and Packer, L. (1980). Environmental free radical damage and protection: relation to ageing and cancer. Chapter in: Vitamin E (Machlin, L.J., ed.). Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York.