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May 2018
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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter
The American Journal of Pathology
continues to enjoy an uptick in the number of new submissions received.  Thank you to all our authors!  Spread the word- submission to AJP is free for all article types, so there’s no risk in sending your paper to us for evaluation.  Suggest AJP to colleagues!


Editor’s Choice

Protein S Exacerbates Chronic Liver Injury and Fibrosis

 
Visualization of Proliferative Vascular Endothelial Cells in Tumors in Vivo by Imaging Their Partner of Sld5-1 Promoter Activity
 
ASIP Member Submissions
Microbiota-Derived Indole Metabolites Promote Human and Murine Intestinal Homeostasis through Regulation of Interleukin-10 Receptor
 
Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor-1 Reduces Tissue-Type Plasminogen Activator–Dependent Fibrinolysis and Intrahepatic Hemorrhage in Experimental Acetaminophen Overdose
 
Galectin-9 Is Critical for Mucosal Adaptive Immunity through the T Helper 17–IgA Axis
 
AJP in the News
Biomarker helps identify “window of opportunity” for cancer chemotherapy timing
Visualization of Proliferative Vascular Endothelial Cells in Tumors in Vivo by Imaging Their Partner of Sld5-1 Promoter Activity
 

Manuscript Prep

Thinking about preparing a Short Communication for submission to AJP? Manuscripts in this category may be more descriptive and less mechanistic than Regular Articles, and must not exceed 12 double-spaced typed pages (excluding references and legends) and can include a maximum of 4 pieces of additional data (tables, figures, supplemental data). This total of 4 additional data pieces is cumulative, includes both main and supplemental files.

Did you know…

The American Society for Investigative Pathology recently had over 250 poster presenters from all over the world display their work at the 2018 ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology in San Diego, CA.  Poster presenters are encouraged to consider submitting to AJP once their work evolves into a full manuscript.

 

ASIP is also currently accepting abstract submissions for our 2018 PISA meeting this fall.  If you are interested in submitting an abstract to present this October in Ann Arbor, MI, first check the submission instructions and when you’re ready, submit here.  Abstracts from the PISA meeting will appear in the October issue of AJP, both in print and online.

 

 

May 2018

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