American Journal of Pathology

The American Journal of Pathology, (AJP) is a subscription journal of peer-reviewed research publication under the auspices of the American Society for Investigative Pathology. The Society seeks to publish high quality, original papers on the cellular and molecular biology of disease. AJP is highly selective in accepting papers for publications, only 30-percent of all submitted manuscripts are eventually published. ALP offers open use of published articles, six months from the date of publication. ALP offers abstracts and news updates of current relevant pathology research.

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Morphine blocks tumor growth

Current research suggests that taking morphine can block new blood vessel and tumor growth. The related report by Koodie et al, "Morphine suppresses tumor angiogenesis through a HIF1α/p38MAPK pathway," appears in the ...

dateJul 28, 2010 in Cancer
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Tuberculosis -- hiding in plain sight

Current research suggests that Mycobacterium tuberculosis can evade the immune response. The related report by Rahman et al, "Compartmentalization of immune responses in human tuberculosis: few CD8+ effector T cells but elevated ...

dateMay 22, 2009 in Medical research
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When helper cells aren't helpful

Current research suggests that T helper-type 1 (Th1) cells, previously thought to mediate autoimmunity, may actual inhibit the development of experimental immune encephalomyelitis (EAE), a mouse model of multiple sclerosis ...

dateMay 24, 2010 in Medical research
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New diagnostic test for bladder cancer

Researchers from the Danish Cancer Society and the Herlev University Hospital of Copenhagen have developed a novel assay to test for multiple tumor markers in bladder cancer. The related report by Serizawa et al, "Custom-designed ...

dateJun 25, 2010 in Cancer
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Self-help -- tumors promote their own metastasis

Current research suggests that tumor-secreted exosomes inhibit the immune response, enhancing tumor metastasis. The related report by Liu et al, "Contribution of MyD88 to the tumor exosome-mediated induction of myeloid derived ...

dateApr 30, 2010 in Cancer
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