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February 2017
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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter
The American Journal of Pathology
is appreciative of all the authors that have been submitting their work via our new manuscript processing platform, EVISE.  Submissions to AJP showed a significant increase last month compared to January of last year.  While we are still ironing out some of the wrinkles in the process, we are glad that authors have continued to choose AJP. If you have questions or suggestions regarding the new system, please feel free to contact the editorial office (ajp@asip.org).


Open Access Article

Progressive Structural Defects in Canine Centronuclear Myopathy Indicate a Role for HACD1 in Maintaining Skeletal Muscle Membrane Systems

 

Editor's Choice

Activating Transcription Factor 3 Is Essential for Cigarette Smoke-Induced Mucin Expression via Interaction with Activator Protein-1

 
Critical Role of the CXCL10/C-X-C Chemokine Receptor 3 Axis in Promoting Leukocyte Recruitment and Neuronal Injury during Traumatic Optic Neuropathy Induced by Optic Nerve Crush

 

AJP in the News

Scientists Pave the way for Enhanced Detection and Treatment of Vascular Graft Infections

A Novel Mouse Model of Staphylococcus aureus Vascular Graft Infection

 

Updates

AJP is no longer requiring the $50 submission fee for new manuscripts.  Tell your colleagues and coauthors to consider submitting today!  Click to access EVISE.

Did you know…

The American Journal of Pathology is offering a new member benefit for Regular members of The American Society for Investigative Pathology.  When you publish in AJP, your coauthors can benefit!  ASIP Regular members who serve as the  corresponding author on a manuscript that gets accepted for publication earn their coauthors the opportunity to become Next-Generation Scientist, Trainee, or Associate members at a discounted rate.*  Publish articles and advance career development for your staff and colleagues at the same time.  Please see the ASIP member benefits page for more information.  *Restrictions and qualifications still apply.

 


February 2017

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