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Scholarship available to attend international pulmonary meeting in Germany: Nominations Due
WIN A SCHOLARSHIP TO ATTEND ONE OF THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS
PULMONARY MEETINGS IN THE WORLD  Nominations due by June 21, 2017 Editor in Chief elect of AJP-Lung, Dr. Rory Morty, heads
the International Graduate Programme in Molecular Biology and Medicine of the
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APS Select May 2017
We would like to congratulate Dr. O'Neill and his colleagues for having their most recent paper recognized by APS to be one of the best recently published articles in physiological research, this month. You can read their work here: The circadian protein BM...

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Congratulations to the 2016 Paper of the Year Award Winners
It is with great pleasure that we announce the 2016 winners of AJP-Lung's Paper of the Year.  Each will receive $500 and Certificate. Best Research Paper by a Junior Investigator     Dr.
Roman Grothausmann   Am
J Physiol Lung
Cell Mol Physiol. 2017 Feb 1;31...

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AJP-Lung Highlights of 2016 Presentation
Please see the updated PowerPoint Presentation below, We are proud of our accomplishments made in the past year at AJP-Lung... Matalon PPTX Experimental Bio 2017 to Be Posted in Web[1] by ajplung on Scribd

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AJP-Lung welcomes our new Editor in Chief, January 1, 2018


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AJP-Lung first quarter submissions are up!
We just received our first quarter numbers for 2017 and are pleased to tell you that AJP-Lung had a 7% increase in submissions over our 1st quarter 2016 (which was our banner year).  Please keep submitting your best work to us!

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AJP-Lung Highlights of 2016
Dr. Matalon presented the following highlights of AJP-Lung at the Publications meeting in March 2017.  We are very proud to share them with you. AJP-Lung Matalon 3-21-2017 by ajplung on Scribd

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APS Select March2017


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Heterogeneity of airway wall dimensions in humans: a critical determinant of lung function in asthmatics and non-asthmatics
Airway remodeling is a cardinal feature of diseases such as asthma. Previous measurements and modeling of the airways of non-asthmatics vs. asthmatics have shown that increased airway smooth muscle contributes substantially to remodeling and the resultant n...

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Dysregulated Nox4 ubiquitination contributes to redox imbalance and age- 2 related severity of acute lung injury
Why do we age?  In a previous paper, Dr. Hecker demonstrated that imbalance among reactive species, contributed by NOX4 and antioxidant defenses, is a major factor in aging.  In this paper, Dr. Hecker demonstrated that aged mice develop more severe lung inj...
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