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Journal of Pathology

an official journal of the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland


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The journal of pathology and bacteriology

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The Journal of Pathology aims to serve as a bridge between basic biomedical science and clinical medicine with particular emphasis on morphologically based studies. The main interests of the Journal lie in understanding the pathophysiological and pathogenetic mechanisms of human disease.

The Journal welcomes investigative studies on human tissues, experimental studies in vitro and in vivo , and investigations based on animal models with a clear relevance to human disease, including transgenic systems. In general, studies that appropriately employ multiple investigative techniques are preferred over those that rely on a single methodology. As well as original research papers, the Journal seeks to provide rapid publication in a variety of other formats, including editorials, review articles and other features, both contributed and solicited. Papers covering significant developments in teaching methods and in the practice of pathology may be acceptable if they are of international scope and relevance. Purely descriptive papers on diagnostic pathology are not considered central to the Journal’s purpose. Correspondence relating to papers published in the Journal will be considered, if of general interest.

In determining content, the primary considerations are excellence, relevance and novelty. As the journal of The Pathological Society, it seeks to reflect the broad scientific interests of the Society’s membership but its ethos, authorship, content and purpose are those expected of a leading publication in the international scientific literature.

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