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June 2019
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As announced last month, The American Journal of Pathology, is still in the process of switching manuscript processing systems from EVISE to Editorial Manager.  Office staff continues to work with the migration team to set up and test the new system prior to launch.  Stay tuned for the official announcement that the switch has gone live!



Hepatitis C Virus Infection and Cholangiocarcinoma: An Insight into Epidemiologic Evidences and Hypothetical Mechanisms of Oncogenesis.  

This Review article is coauthored by ASIP members Shannon Glaser and Gianfranco Alpini.

Plexiform Arteriopathy in Rodent Models of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
An Overview of the Derivation and Function of Multinucleated Giant Cells and Their Role in Pathologic Processes
Understanding the Similarities and Differences between Hepatic and Pulmonary Veno-Occlusive Disease
ASIP Member Submissions

Polyploid Hepatocytes Facilitate Adaptation and Regeneration to Chronic Liver Injury

AJP in the News
Biomarker may help identify men with prostate cancer at greater risk of tumor metastasis

Syntaphilin Is a Novel Biphasic Biomarker of Aggressive Prostate Cancer and a Metastasis Predictor


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

Did you know…

We are halfway through 2019 and The American Journal of Pathology has already published an equal number of Reviews and Mini-Reviews as we had for the full year in 2018!


All of our Review article content is free for all readers and can easily be accessed on one place online.  Check the Collections menu from the AJP homepage to quickly access a list of the Review and Mini-Review articles.


The rest of 2019 will continue to have robust Review article content, thanks to a strong response to Editor in Chief  Martha Furie’s call to the membership back in April.  As a reminder, the parameters for a Review or Mini Review can be found online in the Instructions to Authors.  Proposals should be sent into the Editorial Office, along with a copy of the lead author’s CV for consideration.



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June 2019

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