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November 2016
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Path to Publish - Giving thanks in the monthly AJP newsletter

The American Journal of Pathology has a lot to be thankful for.  With a team of over 130 editorial board members, 24 Associate Editors, 2 Senior Editors all assisting the Editor-in-Chief, there is an abundance of expertise being utilized to evaluate and publish the high quality work that appears in AJP.  In 2016 thus far, AJP has been fortunate to receive submissions from lead authors in 36 different countries and utilized reviewers from 27 nations.  AJP staff, with over 50 years of combined editorial experience, is grateful to everyone that participates in the process from submission all the way through to publication.


Manuscript Prep
Numerical order is key!  When citing tables, figures, and references, be sure they are all first mentioned in numerical order.  References first cited within a table should be numbered according to that table’s first mention in the body of the text.
Editor's Choice
Cellular Prion Protein Mediates Pancreatic Cancer Cell Survival and Invasion through Association with and Enhanced Signaling of Notch1
 
Discoidin Domain Receptor 2 as a Potential Therapeutic Targer for Development of Disease-Modifying Osteoarthritis Drug
AJP in the News
New Findings Show Promise for Treatment of Graves’ Disease and Other Ocular Disorders, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology
The Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor and Its Ligands Inhibit Myofibroblast Formation and Activation
Updates
The American Journal of Pathology will soon be changing manuscript submission and peer review systems!  Manuscripts and reviews should now be submitted via Elsevier’s EVISE platform.  The Editorial office will be issuing further information and instructions as they become available.
Social Media
Many of the articles listed in this newsletter are free for all readers and have been highlighted on AJP’s social media pages.  Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and feel free to share the posts with your colleagues.

Did you know…

Based on social media interaction so far, the most popular article from the current issue of AJP is the following review highlighting the need for divergent modes of therapy based on different models of lupus nephritis by Rekvig et al.

 

Future Perspectives on Pathogenesis of Lupus Nephritis: Facts, Problems, and Potential Causal Therapy Modalities

 

Review articles are always free to all readers and can be found on the AJP website in the special collections: Reviews section.

 

If you have a proposal for a future Review article topic, please send an outline and a copy of your CV to the editorial office (ajp@asip.org) for evaluation.  Instructions on how to format your Review or Mini-Review article are available online in the AJP Instructions to Authors.


November 2016

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