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June 2017
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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter

Happy Birthday to Path to Publish!  The first issue of Path to Publish was released in June of 2016.  We have been happy to bring you the highlights from each issue, tips for submission of new manuscripts, and tidbits regarding the Journal.  In the coming months, keep an eye out for information regarding the next Editor-in-Chief, new theme issues, and the abstracts from the upcoming PISA meeting.

Editor's Choice
miR-24-3p Is Overexpressed in Hodgkin Lymphoma and Protects Hodgkin and Reed-Sternberg Cells from Apoptosis 
Tau Antibody–Targeting Pathological Species Block Neuronal Uptake and Interneuron Propagation of Tau in Vitro  

RNA-Binding Proteins in Female Reproductive Pathologies

**This article has been popular on social media- be sure to check it out!**

Boosting Inflammation-Resolution in Atherosclerosis- the Next Frontier for Therapy
AJP in the News
Tamoxifen Protects Against Obesity-Related Metabolic Disorders

Selective Activation of Estrogen Receptor α Activation Function-1 Is Sufficient to Prevent Obesity, Steatosis, and Insulin Resistance in Mouse  

Submission Tip
Have questions about format, file types, or publication charges?  Check the Instructions to Authors for an answer to your question.  Still stumped?  Contact the editorial office, we're happy to help!

Did you know…

We may have the word 'American' in the title, but The American Journal of Pathology receives and publishes articles from authors all over the world.  So far in 2017, we have received submissions from over 30 countries across 6 continents. We encourage all ASIP members to consider submission- especially our international colleagues!


International manuscripts account for almost 45% of initial submissions, and 40% of the accepted content that appears in the Journal.  Currently, most of our international content comes from researchers in Japan, followed closely by Germany and France. This year we are pleased to have received submissions from countries new to AJP, including Tanzania, Morocco, and Tunisia.

June 2017

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