February 2013 eNewsletter
Compiled and annotated by Philip Coates, Senior Editor
The Journal of Pathology has published a variety of research papers, commentaries and reviews in this field that contribute to our understanding of the role of the microenvironment in cancer.
This Virtual Issue highlights some of these recent publications. These papers are now freely available online through this Virtual Issue. In addition, there is a series of questions that can be used within the Royal College of Pathologists Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme.
Read the first Virtual Issue in 2013 from The Journal of Pathology, available only online.
Yet another blog? Read these engaging and timely posts from Editor-in-Chief Peter Hall including:
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"Cellular senescence is a key process that limits cancer development. The basics of our current understanding of the process are presented, including the genetic and epigenetic events that lead to the senescent phenotype. In addition to limiting replicative lifespan, senescence appears to act as a potent signal to activate immune clearance and alter the microenvironment. Finally, senescence induction is an area for anti-cancer therapeutic development, but will require the development of appropriate assays to identify the relevant target(s) in individual tumours."
Read the first of these new mini-reviews free online.
Eric S. White & Alberto R. Mantovani
This 2013 Annual Review Issue of The Journal of Pathology offers an up-to-date glimpse of ongoing research in the fields of inflammation, wound healing, and tissue fibrosis, and highlights novel pathways and mechanisms that may be exploited to provide newer, more effective treatments to patients worldwide suffering from these conditions.
Download all the articles from the 2013 Annual Review Issue for free
Access all past Annual Review Issues from The Journal of Pathology here.
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US and Canadian Academy of Pathology*
March 2 - 8, 2013
Baltimore, MD, USA
- Stop by the Wiley Booth #1426 for a limited edition USB flash drive from The Journal of Pathology!
American Association for Cancer Research*
April 6 - 10, 2013
Washington, DC, USA
54th Japanese Society of Neuropathology Annual Meeting
April 24 - 26, 2013
Edinburgh Pathology 2013*
7th Joint Meeting of the British Division of the IAP and The Pathological Society
June 18 - 21, 2013
* Coming opportunities to meet the Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Pathology. Discuss possible submission, learn about the Journal and its review process, and much more.
FEATURED ARTICLES THIS MONTH
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Pre-tumour clones, periodic selection and clonal interference in the origin and progression of gastrointestinal cancer: potential for biomarker development
Autophagy in clear cell ovarian cancer, a potential marker for hypoxia and poor prognosis?
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