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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter

The American Journal of Pathology defines authorship as 1) substantial contributions to conception and design, or acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data; 2) drafting the manuscript or revising it critically for important intellectual content; and 3) final approval of the version to be published. Authors listed on the title page of the manuscript should meet all three conditions. Individuals involved with the production of a manuscript that do not meet all three can be recognized for their assistance in the Acknowledgements section at the end of the manuscript.

 
 

Editor's Choice

Antibiotic Perturbation of Gut Microbiota Dysregulates Osteoimmune Cross Talk in Postpubertal Skeletal Development

 

This article also features a related Commentary: A Link between the Gut and Bone: Bone Health Impacted by Changes in Gut Microbiota

 
 
Mini Review
Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum as a Paradigm of Heritable Ectopic Mineralization Disorders: Pathomechanisms and Treatment Development  
 
 
ASIP Member Submissions
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Mice Beneficially Alters Lung NK1R and Structural Protein Expression to Enhance Survival after Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infection  
 
 
CCNA2 Ablation in Aged Mice Results in Abnormal rRNA Granule Accumulation in Hippocampus  
 
 
 
AJP in the News
Protective effects of ADM-RAMP2 system make it a new therapeutic target for retinal vein occlusion
   
   

Development of a Novel Model of Central Retinal Vascular Occlusion and the Therapeutic Potential of the Adrenomedullin–Receptor Activity–Modifying Protein 2 System  

 

This article is also an Editor's Choice selection for February and is therefore FREE online to all readers!

 

Did you know…

The American Journal of Pathology has updated their topic categories in conjunction with expanding the scope last month.  The old “Biophysical Imaging and Computational Biology” category is being replaced with “Machine Learning, Computational Pathology, and Biophysical Imaging”.

If you missed last month’s scope update announcement, AJP is now considering foundational, disease-related studies that incorporate deep learning and artificial intelligence.  The January issue featured a new Editorial from Editor-in-Chief Martha Furie, along with new Associate Editor Stanley Cohen, which contains further information: Artificial Intelligence and Pathobiology Join Forces in The American Journal of Pathology.

 

Also as a result of this scope expansion, AJP is glad to welcome new members to the Editorial Board: John Tomaszewsi (University of Buffalo), Liron Pantanowitz (UPMC Shadyside), Richard Levenson (UC Davis), Joel Saltz (Stony Brook University), Benjamin Mitchell (Villanova University), Thomas Fuchs (Memorial Sloan Kettering) and Lee Cooper (Emory University).

 

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February 2019

 
   
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