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    Modern Pathology(月刊),创刊于1988年,出版国家为美国。Modern Pathology是美国和加拿大病理学院(USCAP)的官方杂志。杂志的主要重点是报道了人类疾病病理学中的创新临床和翻译研究的原创性论文。
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    Author Guidelines

     

    Modern Pathology is an official Journal of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology and offers a recognized forum for publication of advances in the understanding of pathological processes. This journal serves as the practical complement to Laboratory Investigation, providing authoritative and clinically oriented articles selected to keep clinical pathologists informed regarding the latest developments in human diagnostic pathology. A thorough selection and review process ensures that the journal publishes the best papers from across the spectrum of applied pathology.

    TYPES OF ARTICLES:

    Original Research Articles:Research Articles must describe in detail a significant advance in human diagnostic pathology. Most submissions are in the range of 15-25 pages when prepared as described below.

    Letters to the Editor: The letter must be focused on a paper previously published in Modern Pathology.

    Reviews: Review Articles require prior approval by the Editor. Review articles must be of general interest to pathologists and contain original, in-depth analysis of the chosen topic.

    Modern Pathology DOES NOT publish Case Reports. 

    Format of Papers

     

    Cover letter: In the cover letter, provide full contact information for corresponding author, verify that each author approves of the submitted version of the manuscript, state that the manuscript is not under consideration elsewhere, and declare any business relationships that might lead to a conflict of interest. Optional: Provide information about related submissions or publications, explain why your research is a good fit for the journal and what it adds to the field, and add anything else that the editors may find useful.

    Preparation of manuscripts

    You may submit only ONE article/manuscript file with ALL of the material from the title page through the figure legends. Do not submit any of these elements as separate files. Do not number the subsections. Do not embed any tables or figures. Do not include any supplemental material in the manuscript file. The only acceptable file format is Word. Submissions should be double-spaced throughout with ample margins. All pages should be sequentially numbered. Papers not conforming to journal style may be returned without review. Use American English, not British English.

    Manuscripts should be organized according to the following style:

    (1) Title page. Include a concise title of about 150 characters, all authors’ FULL names and institutional affiliations, a short running title of not more than 40 characters, and the name, address and contact information of author(s) to whom correspondence and proofs should be sent. Be certain that all of this material is present and correct. The publisher uses this information, NOT WHAT IS ON THE SUBMISSION WEB SITE for preparing the page proofs. Be certain that all authors' names are correct. We will no longer publish corrigenda to correct authors' names that the corresponding author submitted incorrectly. 

    (2) Abstract. Present the abstract on a separate page in the article document. The abstract describes in about 300 words exactly what was done, the results obtained, and the conclusions drawn. Do not divide the abstract into sub-sections.

    (3) Introduction. Articles start with introductory material that describes the hypothesis, and this section has no heading.

    (4) Materials and Methods. This section should contain sufficient detail such that the experiments can be reproduced. Authors can reference more full descriptions in other publications, but should still try to describe them adequately in the main body of the text.

    (5) Results.This section should present the experimental data in text, tables, or figures. Tables and figures should not be extensively described in the text.

    (6) Discussion.This section should focus on interpretation and significance of the findings, with comments on the relation to other work in the field, conclusions, and further research directions.

    (7) Acknowledgments.These should be brief and include sources of support, such as sponsorship, and sources of material not commercially available.

    (8) Disclosure/Duality of Interest. All authors are responsible for recognizing and disclosing any duality of interest that could be perceived to bias their work, making known all financial support and any other personal connections. This includes, but is not limited to: funding, such as salaries, equipment, supplies, reimbursement for attending symposia, etc, from organizations that may gain or lose financially through the publication of the paper; personal financial interests, such as stocks and shares in companies that may gain or lose financially from publication, consultation fees or forms of remuneration from organizations that may gain or lose financially, or patent and patent applications whose value may be affected; and, employment, whether recent, present or anticipated, by an organization that may gain or lose from publication of the paper. If you have no duality of interest to declare, please state so in this section.

    (9) References. References are numbered in the order of citation within the text, and are listed in numeric order on separate pages at the end of the article. Citations in the main text should appear as Arabic numerals in parentheses or as superscript. The reference style is a modified Vancouver format as shown below. Use the journal abbreviations found on Pub Med or in Web of Science. List only the first three authors and add "et al" if there are four or more authors. When you look at Modern Pathology papers online, you will note that journal titles appear in plain text in print and in italics in HTML format. Submitted references may follow either style). Do not depend on EndNote or other reference management software to provide the correct reference template. You will have to adjust the EndNote Modern Pathology template to remove the issue numbers and to use the correct journal abbreviations. It is the authors' responsibility to ensure that the references are properly formatted. 

     

    Submission of papers

     

    The first thing you need to do, if you have not done so already, is register for an account. After this, please consult the instructions below to enable you to submit your article through our secure server. Please be sure that your browser is set to accept cookies. Our tracking system requires cookies for proper operation.

    Important note: The material that is entered into the online manuscript tracking system is for the peer review process only. This information is NOT transmitted to the publisher when a manuscript is accepted. The title page of your manuscript MUST contain ALL of the information described above in section (1), above, because this is the ONLY information that the publisher uses. This means, for example, that if you enter an online profile for a co-author correctly, but spell his/her name wrong on your manuscript file, the misspelled name will be published.


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