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Welcome to Path to Publish – the new monthly newsletter from The American Journal of Pathology!

We know you're busy writing papers and reviewing manuscripts. So we're bringing the latest information directly to you. What's cutting edge in the new issue of the Journal? What are best practices for preparing manuscript figures? How can authors increase citations?

We've got you covered! Each month we highlight AJP papers, announce new features, and provide tips to enhance the quality and impact of your article.

Manuscript Prep

11 steps to structuring a science paper editors will take seriously

Editor's Choice

Runx2 Controls Bone Resorption through the Down-Regulation of the Wnt Pathway in Osteoblasts

Transient Receptor Potential Channel 4 Encodes a Vascular Permeability Defect and High-Frequency Ca2+Transients in Severe Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension.

AJP in the News

Intraocular Therapy Prevents or Reverses Diabetic Retinopathy in Mice

Agent leads to overexpression of angiotensin converting enzyme-2, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology.


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June 2016

Did you know…
Research articles with shorter titles may capture more total citations than those with lengthy titles? "My working theory is that perhaps shorter paper titles are easier to read and easier to understand," says lead author Adrian Letchford (University of Warwick, Coventry, UK) after assessing 140,000 published articles.

The results may be an oversimplification, but aiming for concise and precise language is always good practice.


June 2016

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