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May 2017
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Accepted abstracts from the upcoming PISA meeting will be published in The American Journal of Pathology later this fall.  Abstract submission is now open!  Get your work submitted, and if it's accepted, you will see it both on display at the meeting and then in print with the meeting abstracts.

Editor's Choice
Pathological Active mTOR Mutation in Brain Malformation with Intractable Epilepsy Leads to Cell-Autonomous Migration Delay
Hypoxia-Mediated Mechanisms Associated with Antiangiogenic Treatment Resistance in Glioblastomas
ASIP Member Publications
Hyaluronan-Binding Protein Involved in Hyaluronan Depolymerization Controls Endochondral Ossification through Hyaluronan Metabolism
Transforming Growth Factors α and β Are Essential for Modeling Cholangiocarcinoma Desmoplasia and Progression in a Three-Dimensional Organotypic Culture Model
Nicotine Promotes Cholangiocarcinoma Growth in Xenograft Mice
AJP in the News

Study Identifies a Genetic Link to Susceptibility and Resistance to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Overexpression of the Cd14 gene offers protection against IBD in mice, suggesting a new therapeutic approach, according to a report in the May issue of AJP.

CD14 Plays a Protective Role in Experimental Inflammatory Bowel Disease by Enhancing Intestinal Barrier Function

Did you know…

If you submit to AJP and your manuscript receives the option to revise and resubmit- do it!  Articles that are revised and resubmitted to AJP have an eventual acceptance rate of over 90%!



In Memoriam


The staff and editors at The American Journal of Pathology recognize the service and dedication of Associate Editor Dr. Andrew Lackner, who passed away unexpectedly earlier this year after a brief illness.  Dr. Lackner was a longtime member of ASIP and served as an AJP Associate Editor for almost 15 years, handling manuscript related to HIV and AIDS, infectious disease, virology, neuroimmunology, neuropathology, and the central nervous system.


Dr. Lackner also served as the director of the Tulane National Primate Research Center.




May 2017

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