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October 2016
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The October issue of The American Journal of Pathology features a series of Review articles that focus on Lung Ontogeny and Injury, which stem from a symposium at the 2015 American Society for Investigative Pathology Annual Meeting on Experimental Biology. This featured topic is the most recent in a series of themed issues from AJP that have previously featured review articles covering regenerative medicine, neurobiology, liver disease, breast cancer, and infectious diseases. All of these theme issue articles, as well as other review articles, are all available for free online.

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Editor's Choice
High-Molecular-Weight Paired Helical Filaments from Alzheimer Brain Induces Seeding of Wild-Type Mouse Tau into an Argyrophilic 4R Tau Pathology in Vivo
Mini Review 
Stem Cells in Lung Injury and Repair
AJP in the News
New Study Questions the Safety of Caspase Inhibitors for the Treatment of Liver Disease, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology
Caspase Inhibition Prevents Tumor Necrosis Factor-α –Induced Apoptosis and Promotes Necrotic Cell Death in Mouse Hepatocytes in Vivo and in Vitro
The homepage for The American Journal of Pathology has gotten an update! Click over to see the new look that highlights the monthly Editor's Choice articles, a featured video clip, links to the current press release, as well as the new addition of the AJP Twitter feed.

Did you know…
The American Journal of Pathology and The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics will soon be switching electronic peer review platforms, and joining the other Elsevier published titles in using the EVISE editorial management system. AJP and JMD look forward to using system, which incorporates a reviewer database that is shared across all EVISE journals, automatic reference verification using integration with Scopus, and an internal journal-to-journal transfer system. Look for the official announcement, and updated instructions for authors and reviewers coming soon!


October 2016

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