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August 2016

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Data Prep

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Editor's Choice

Cardiomyocyte-Specific Human Bcl2-Associated Anthanogene 3 P209L Expression Induces Mitochondrial Fragmentation, Bcl2-Associated Anthanogene Q2 3 Haploinsufficiency, and Activates p38 Signaling

Spleen Tyrosine Kinase Signaling Promotes Myeloid Cell Recruitment and Kidney Damage after Renal Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury

AJP in the News

Diabetes Reversal After Bypass Surgery Linked to Changes in Gut Microorganisms

Gastic Bypass Surgery Reverses Diabetic Phenotypes in Bdnf-Deficient Mice, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology


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Social Media

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Did you know…
Social media for scientists includes the growing number of scholarly collaboration networks (SCNs)? More than "friend" sites, SNs like ResearchGate and Mendeley allow researchers to form connections and engage in new collaborations. "The sharing of journal articles is a practice that dates back to when the scholarly journal was invented 350 years ago, only the ease and methods of sharing have changed," writes H. Frederick Dylla (Executive Director Emeritus, American Institute of Physics).
For more information on SCNs and how they are impacting publishing, read "Article sharing on scholarly collaborations networks."


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