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April 2017
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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter

Announcement!  Editor-in Chief of The American Journal of Pathology, Dr. Kevin A. Roth, will be doing an in person meet and greet at the ASIP booth during the upcoming Experimental Biology meeting in Chicago.  Stop by booth #1535 Sunday April 23rd from noon to 1PM or Tuesday April 25th from 10AM-11AM to chat about the Journal.

Editor's Choice
Epigenetic and Transcriptomic Regulation of Lung Repair during Recovery from Influenza Infection
Human Striatal Dopaminergic and Regional Serotonergic Synaptic Degeneration with Lewy Body Disease and Inheritance of APOE ε4
ASIP member Publications
High Glucose–Induced Hypomethylation Promotes Binding of Sp-1 to Myo-Inositol Oxygenase
The Neuropeptide Galanin Is Up-Regulated during Cholestasis and Contributes to Cholangiocyte Proliferation
AJP in the News
Study Indicates Promising New Approach to Prevent and Treat Cholesterol Gallstones
Activation of Constitutive Androstane Receptor Prevents Cholesterol Gallstone Formation  

Did you know…

The American Journal of Pathology provides detailed instructions and information for authors regarding everything about the submission and review process?  The Instructions for Authors page at AJP online has everything you’re looking for when preparing a new manuscript for submission.  Starting with the scope of the Journal, and moving through article types and categories, authorship requirements, what to expect from the review process, all the way to publication and production details, the Instructions page has the information you're looking for. You can also find answers and assistance regarding how to prepare figures, tables, and references according to Journal style.  All things that will make the revision process more streamlined!


The Instructions for Authors page also includes information regarding AJP's Open Access program, embargo policy, reprint and proof protocols, as well as the information regarding editorial communications that fall outside the range of original research submissions.


AJP is always looking to receive high quality submissions involving the Discoveries in Basic and Translational Pathobiology, and we cover a wide range of general pathology topics.


We hope to see your work submitted in the future!



April 2017

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