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March 2019
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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter

The American Journal of Pathology is gearing up for Experimental Biology 2019!  Free copies of AJP will be available at the ASIP booth in the exhibit hall, stop by and see us in booth 323!  Managing Editor Emily Essex will be on hand at the booth to answer questions about publishing your work in the Journal as well as how membership to ASIP can benefit you in your career path.  Registration for EB2019 is still open, so there is still time if you haven't made your travel plans.  We hope to see you in Orlando!


Editor's Choice

Heparan Sulfate Proteoglycan Synthesis Is Dysregulated in Human Osteoarthritic Cartilage

ASIP Member Review
Mammalian Target of Rapamycin: A Metabolic Rheostat for Regulating Adipose Tissue Function and Cardiovascular Health
ASIP Member Articles
Loss of Wnt Secretion by Macrophages Promotes Hepatobiliary Injury after Administration of 3,5-Diethoxycarbonyl-1, 4-Dihydrocollidine Diet
Leptin Receptor as a Potential Target to Inhibit Human Testicular Seminoma Growth
AJP in the News
New diagnostic technique reveals a protein biomarker that accurately differentiates bladder cancer from benign inflammation

Integrated Fourier Transform Infrared Imaging and Proteomics for Identification of a Candidate Histochemical Biomarker in Bladder Cancer


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

Manuscript Prep
Save yourself some time down the line and put some time into formatting prior to submission. Details may change depending on the Journal, so check the Instructions to Authors when preparing your files for submission.  At AJP, figures and tables shouldn't be embedded in your main text file- submit those individually!

Did you know…

The American Journal of Pathology has a way for authors to track their manuscript's online presence.  When viewing a manuscript on, look for the PlumX plumbprint after the author list:


The five prongs on the PlumX logo represent the five metrics the tool monitors:


Usage: clicks, views, and downloads.


Captures: bookmarks, favorites, reference manager saves.


Mentions: Wikipedia, comments, blog posts.


Social Media: Tweets, likes, shares, +1's.


Citations: citation indexes, as well as patent, clinical, and policy citations.


Check your PlumX records and see how your article has been received, and interact with readers who have shared your work on their own social media platforms.


Submit your work to AJP today!





March 2019

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