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APPLIED IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR MORPHOLOGY(研究方向:解剖学与形态学医学实验室技术) (官网投稿)

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APPLIED IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR MORPHOLOGY出版国家是美国。应用免疫组织化学和分子形态学是应用免疫组织化学学会的官方杂志(SAI)。本刊涵盖了新开发的鉴定和检测技术,以及它们在应用免疫组织化学和分子形态学的研究和诊断中的应用。
本刊为:SCI期刊(2015-2016), SCIE期刊(2015-2016), 外文期刊,
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Applied Immunohistochemistry & Molecular Morphology

Online Submission and Review System

SCOPE

Applied Immunohistochemistry & Molecular Morphology is a peer reviewed, multidisciplinary journal directed to an audience of applied immunohistochemists and molecular morphologists. The journal publishes original articles in the form of clinical and basic research, scientific advances, and selected abstracts from international journals.

 

 

Instructions for Authors (this page)

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Manuscript Submission

All manuscripts should be submitted on-line through the new Web site at http://aimm.edmgr.com. See submission instructions under “On-line manuscript submission.”

 

First-time users: Please click the Register button from the main menu and enter the requested information. On successful registration, you will be sent an e-mail indicating your user name and password. Print a copy of this information for future reference. Note: If you have received an e-mail from us with an assigned user ID and password, or if you are a repeat user, do not register again. Just log in. Once you have an assigned ID and password, re-registration is unnecessary, even if your status changes (that is, author, reviewer, or editor). Authors: Please click the login button from the menu at the top of the page and log in to the system as an Author. Submit your manuscript according to the author instructions. You will be able to track the progress of your manuscript through the system. If you experience any problems, contact: Susan Taylor, Managing Editor; Fax 626-799-1643; E-mail: AIMMJOURNAL@aol.com.

Ethical/Legal Considerations

A submitted manuscript must be an original contribution not previously published (except as an abstract or a preliminary report), must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere, and, if accepted, must not be published elsewhere in similar form, in any language, without the consent of Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Each person listed as an author is expected to have participated in the study to a significant extent. Although the editors and referees make every effort to ensure the validity of published manuscripts, the final responsibility rests with the authors, not with the Journal, its editors, or the publisher.

 

Patient anonymity and informed consent: It is the author's responsibility to ensure that a patient's anonymity be carefully protected and to verify that any experimental investigation with human subjects reported in the manuscript was performed with informed consent and following all the guidelines for experimental investigation with human subjects required by the institution(s) with which all the authors are affiliated. Authors should mask patients' eyes and remove patients' names from figures unless they obtain written consent from the patients and submit written consent with the manuscript.

 

Conflicts of interest: Authors must state all possible conflicts of interest in the manuscript, including financial, consultant, institutional and other relationships that might lead to bias or a conflict of interest. If there is no conflict of interest, this should also be explicitly stated as none declared. All sources of funding should be acknowledged in the manuscript. All relevant conflicts of interest and sources of funding should be included on the title page of the manuscript with the heading “Conflicts of Interest and Source of Funding:”. For example:

 

Conflicts of Interest and Source of Funding: A has received honoraria from Company Z. B is currently receiving a grant (#12345) from Organization Y, and is on the speaker’s bureau for Organization X – the CME organizers for Company A. For the remaining authors none were declared.

 

Copyright: In addition, each author must complete and submit the journal's copyright transfer agreement, which includes a section on the disclosure of potential conflicts of interest based on the recommendations of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals" (www.icmje.org/update.html).

 

A copy of the form is made available to the submitting author within the Editorial Manager submission process. Co-authors will automatically receive an Email with instructions on completing the form upon submission.

 

Article Types

Please review the following descriptions of manuscript types and the required article lengths, illustrations and table limits, and references counts. Manuscripts should be as succinct as possible.

 

Research Articles

Research articles contain original clinical or laboratory investigations. These articles should include a clearly-stated objective and hypothesis and information on study design and methodology, participation, interventions, outcome measurements, and study results. A discussion section should place the paper in context with related studies and the conclusions should be supported by the data presented. Research articles should include an unstructured abstract and are limited to 3,000 words with six tables/figures and 40 references.

 

Review Articles

Review articles provide a critical assessment of the literature pertaining to a specific topic and synthesize the data to provide an overview of our current understanding of the subject. Review articles should highlight areas of consensus as well as controversy. To minimize the risk of duplicating effort, prospective authors are encouraged to query to the editorial office before embarking on the composition of a review. Review articles should include an unstructured abstract and are limited to 5,000 words with eight tables/figures and 60 references.

 

Technical Articles

Technical articles are a brief communication describing a novel surgical technique. Text should not be more than 1500 words. Individual case reports should not be included in the text. No structured abstract required for Technical Articles.

 

Case Reports

Case Reports are narrative descriptions of an unusual or novel case that requires a different or challenging approach to diagnosis and/or management. It should reference similar previous cases and address the difference between the present case and the past cases. Case reports will be published as online-only articles.

 

Brief Reports

Brief Reports provide short descriptions of clinical or laboratory research observations that are not sufficiently developed to scientifically test hypotheses. Brief reports are presented as a shorter version of an original article (maximum 2,000 words with six tables/figures and 20 references), include a structured abstract, and typically provide observations that point to further study. These articles are not case reports – clinically-oriented Brief Reports should provide synthesized results rather than the narrative description of unusual cases.

 

Letters to the Editor

Letters submitted to the Editor should contain a brief and thoughtful analysis of an original article. Please note that selected letters will be published at the Editor's discretion. References, if appropriate, can be provided. Letters to the Editor should be no longer than 500 words. Letters to the Editor will be published online only.

 

Open access

Authors of accepted peer-reviewed articles have the choice to pay a fee to allow perpetual unrestricted online access to their published article to readers globally, immediately upon publication. Authors may take advantage of the open access option at the point of acceptance to ensure that this choice has no influence on the peer review and acceptance process. These articles are subject to the journal's standard peer-review process and will be accepted or rejected based on their own merit.

 

The article processing charge (APC) is charged on acceptance of the article and should be paid within 30 days by the author, funding agency or institution. Payment must be processed for the article to be published open access. For a list of journals and pricing please visit our Wolters Kluwer Open Health Journals page.

 

Authors retain copyright

Authors retain their copyright for all articles they opt to publish open access. Authors grant Wolters Kluwer an exclusive license to publish the article and the article is made available under the terms of a Creative Commons user license. Please visit our Open Access Publication Process page for more information.

 

Creative Commons license

Open access articles are freely available to read, download and share from the time of publication under the terms of the Creative Commons License Attribution-NonCommerical No Derivative (CC BY-NC-ND) license. This license does not permit reuse for any commercial purposes nor does it cover the reuse or modification of individual elements of the work (such as figures, tables, etc.) in the creation of derivative works without specific permission.

 

Compliance with funder mandated open access policies

An author whose work is funded by an organization that mandates the use of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license is able to meet that requirement through the available open access license for approved funders. Information about the approved funders can be found here: http://www.wkopenhealth.com/inst-fund.php

 

FAQ for open access

http://www.wkopenhealth.com/openaccessfaq.php

 

Permissions: Authors must submit written permission from the copyright owner (usually the publisher) to use direct quotations, tables, or illustrations that have appeared in copyrighted form elsewhere, along with complete details about the source. Any permissions fees that might be required by the copyright owner are the responsibility of the authors requesting use of the borrowed material, not the responsibility of Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

 

Preparation of Manuscript

General format: Submit manuscripts in English with at least a 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin on all sides. Double space all copy, including legends, footnotes, tables, and references.

 

Title page: Include on the title page (a) complete manuscript title; (b) authors' full names, highest academic degrees, and affiliations; (c) name and address for correspondence, including fax number, telephone number, and e-mail address; (d) address for reprints if different from that of corresponding author; (e) two reviewers who are experts in the area of your study and their email addresses; and (f) sources of support that require acknowledgment.

The title page must also include disclosure of funding received for this work from any of the following organizations: National Institutes of Health (NIH); Wellcome Trust; Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI); and other(s).

 

Unstructured abstract and key words: Limit the abstract to 250 words. It must be factual and comprehensive. Limit the use of abbreviations and acronyms, and avoid general statements (e.g., "the significance of the results is discussed"). List three to five key words or phrases.

 

Text: Organize the manuscript into four main headings: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, and Discussion. Define abbreviations at first mention in text and in each table and figure. If a brand name is cited, supply the manufacturer's name and address (city and state/country). Acknowledge all forms of support, including pharmaceutical and industry support, in an Acknowledgments paragraph.

 

Abbreviations: For a list of standard abbreviations, consult the Council of Biology Editors Style Guide (available from the Council of Science Editors, 9650 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20814) or other standard sources. Write out the full term for each abbreviation at its first use unless it is a standard unit of measure.

 

References: The authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references. Key the references (double-spaced) at the end of the manuscript. Cite the references in text in the order of appearance. Cite unpublished data, such as papers submitted but not yet accepted for publication or personal communications, in parentheses in the text. If there are more than three authors, name only the first three authors and then use et al. Refer to the List of Journals Indexed in Index Medicus for abbreviations of journal names, or access the list at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/tsd/serials/lji.html. Sample references are given below:

 

Journal article

1. Grabau DA, Nielson O, Hansen S, et al. Influence of storage temperature and high-temperature antigen retrieval buffers on results of immunohistochemical staining in sections stored for long periods. Appl Immunohistochem 1998;6:209 213.

 

Book chapter

2. Stehman FB, Perez CA, Kurman RJ, et al. Uterine cervix. In: Hoskins WJ, Perez CA, Young RC, eds. Principles and practice of gynecologic oncology, 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1997:785-857.

 

Entire book

3. Kellman RM, Marentette LJ. Atlas of craniomaxillofacial fixation. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999.

 

Software

4. Epi Info [computer program]. Version 6. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 1994.

 

Online journals

5. Friedman SA. Preeclampsia: a review of the role of prostaglandins. Obstet Gynecol [serial online]. January 1988;71:22 37. Available from: BRS Information Technologies, McLean, VA. Accessed December 15, 1990.

 

Database

6. CANCERNET-PDQ [database online]. Bethesda, MD: National Cancer Institute; 1996. Updated March 29, 1996.

 

World Wide Web

7. Gostin LO. Drug use and HIV/AIDS [JAMA HIV/AIDS web site]. June 1, 1996. Available at: http://www.ama-assn.org/special/hiv/ethics. Accessed June 26, 1997.

 

Figures & Artwork

 

A) Creating Digital Artwork

 

Learn about the publication requirements for Digital Artwork: http://links.lww.com/ES/A42

Create, Scan and Save your artwork and compare your final figure to the Digital Artwork Guideline Checklist (below).

Upload each figure to Editorial Manager in conjunction with your manuscript text and tables.

B) Digital Artwork Guideline Checklist

Here are the basics to have in place before submitting your digital artwork:

 

Artwork should be saved as TIFF, EPS, or MS Office (DOC, PPT, XLS) files. High resolution PDF files are also acceptable.

Crop out any white or black space surrounding the image.

Diagrams, drawings, graphs, and other line art must be vector or saved at a resolution of at least 1200 dpi. If created in an MS Office program, send the native (DOC, PPT, XLS) file.

Photographs, radiographs and other halftone images must be saved at a resolution of at least 300 dpi.

Photographs and radiographs with text must be saved as postscript or at a resolution of at least 600 dpi.

Each figure must be saved and submitted as a separate file. Figures should not be embedded in the manuscript text file.

Remember:

 

Cite figures consecutively in your manuscript.

Number figures in the figure legend in the order in which they are discussed.

Upload figures consecutively to the Editorial Manager web site and enter figure numbers consecutively in the Description field when uploading the files.

When submitting single-column width figures, the editor strongly recommends that these be oriented vertically to allow larger image size. The orientation of the figures in the electronic submission will be interpreted by the production staff as the desired orientation in the final publication. Therefore, authors should submit single-column figures oriented vertically if at all possible.

Figure legends: Legends must be submitted for all figures. They should be brief and specific, and they should appear on a separate manuscript page after the references. Use scale markers in the image for electron micrographs, and indicate the type of stain used.

 

Color Figures

The journal accepts for publication color figures that will enhance an article. The first color figure per article is free. The charge for the second color figure is $500. The charge for each additional color figure is $150.

 

Online-Only Color Figures

Authors may choose to have color figures published online-only and converted to black and white for print publication at no charge. In this case, figure captions of the black-and-white images in the print journal will alert readers to the existence of 4-color online.

 

Tables: Group all tables at the end of the manuscript, or supply them together in a separate file. Cite tables consecutively in the text and number them in that order. Key each on a separate sheet, and include the table title, appropriate column heads, and explanatory legends (including definitions of any abbreviations used). Do not embed tables within the body of the manuscript. They should be self-explanatory and should supplement, rather than duplicate, the material in the text.

 

Supplemental Digital Content

Supplemental Digital Content (SDC): Authors may submit SDC via Editorial Manager to LWW journals that enhance their article's text to be considered for online posting. SDC may include standard media such as text documents, graphs, audio, video, etc. On the Attach Files page of the submission process, please select Supplemental Audio, Video, or Data for your uploaded file as the Submission Item. If an article with SDC is accepted, our production staff will create a URL with the SDC file. The URL will be placed in the call-out within the article. SDC files are not copy-edited by LWW staff, they will be presented digitally as submitted. For a list of all available file types and detailed instructions, please visit http://links.lww.com/A142.

 

SDC Call-outs

Supplemental Digital Content must be cited consecutively in the text of the submitted manuscript. Citations should include the type of material submitted (Audio, Figure, Table, etc.), be clearly labeled as "Supplemental Digital Content," include the sequential list number, and provide a description of the supplemental content. All descriptive text should be included in the call-out as it will not appear elsewhere in the article.

Example:

We performed many tests on the degrees of flexibility in the elbow (see Video, Supplemental Digital Content 1, which demonstrates elbow flexibility) and found our results inconclusive.

 

List of Supplemental Digital Content

A listing of Supplemental Digital Content must be submitted at the end of the manuscript file. Include the SDC number and file type of the Supplemental Digital Content. This text will be removed by our production staff and not be published.

Example:

Supplemental Digital Content 1. wmv

 

SDC File Requirements

All acceptable file types are permissible up to 10 MBs. For audio or video files greater than 10 MBs, authors should first query the journal office for approval. For a list of all available file types and detailed instructions, please visit http://links.lww.com/A142.

 

Style: Pattern manuscript style after the American Medical Association Manual of Style (9th edition). Stedman's Medical Dictionary (27th edition) and Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (10th edition) should be used as standard references. Refer to drugs and therapeutic agents by their accepted generic or chemical names, and do not abbreviate them. Use code numbers only when a generic name is not yet available. In that case, supply the chemical name and a figure giving the chemical structure of the drug is required. Copyright or trade names of drugs should be capitalized and placed in parentheses after the name of the drug. Names and locations (city and state in USA; city and country outside USA) of manufacturers of drugs, supplies, or equipment cited in a manuscript are required to comply with trademark law and should be provided in parentheses. Units of measure should be expressed in the metric system, and temperatures should be expressed in degrees Celsius. Conventional units should be written as SI units as appropriate.

 

After Acceptance

Electronic files should be submitted in a standard word processing format; Microsoft Word is preferred. Although conversions can be made from other word processing formats, the vagaries of the conversion process may introduce errors. Do not submit ASCII text files. Do not use automatic numbering or footnotes for references. The journal does not assume responsibility for errors in the conversion of customized software, newly released software, and special characters. Authors preparing manuscripts on Macintosh computers should not use the Fast Save option.

 

Page proofs and corrections: Corresponding authors will receive electronic page proofs to check the copyedited and typeset article before publication. Portable document format (PDF) files of the typeset pages and support documents (eg, reprint order form) will be sent to the corresponding author via e-mail. Complete instructions will be provided with the e-mail for downloading and printing the files and for faxing the corrected pages to the publisher. Those authors without an e-mail address will receive traditional page proofs.

 

It is the author's responsibility to ensure that there are no errors in the proofs. Changes that have been made to conform to journal style should be allowed to stand if they do not alter the authors' meaning. Authors may be charged for alterations to the proofs beyond those required to correct errors or to answer queries. Proofs must be checked carefully and corrections faxed within 24 to 48 hours of receipt, as requested in the cover letter accompanying the page proofs.

 

Reprints: Authors will receive a reprint order form and a price list with the page proofs. Reprint requests should be faxed with the corrected proofs, if possible. Reprints are normally shipped 6 to 8 weeks after publication of the issue in which the item appears. For any questions regarding reprints or publication fees, contact the Reprint Department by mail at Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 351 West Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 21201; by phone at 1-800-341-2258; by fax at 410-528-4434; or by e-mail at: reprints@wolterskluwer.com.

 

Publisher's contact: Fax corrected page proofs and any other related materials to Proof Manager, Applied Immunohistochemistry & Molecular Morphology, 1-866-978-5767.

 

Manuscript Checklist (before submission)

 

Completed manuscript

Clearly labeled figures

Cover letter

Title page

Abstract

References double-spaced in AMA style

Corresponding author designated, and full mailing address included, in cover letter and on title page

E-mail address of corresponding author included in cover letter and on title page

Permission to reproduce copyrighted materials or signed patient consent forms

Acknowledgments listed for grants and technical support

Manuscript Authorship Responsibility, Financial Disclosure, and Copyright Transfer form signed by each author


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