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Editorial Board

Aims and Scope Archives of Oral Biology is an international journal which aims to publish papers of the highest scientific quality in the oral and craniofacial sciences. The journal is particularly interested in research which advances knowledge in the mechanisms of craniofacial development and disease, including cell and molecular biology, genetics, immunology, pathogenesis, cellular microbiology, tissue engineering, embryology, syndromology and forensic dentistry. The aim is to be inclusive and multidisciplinary and papers are also welcome in the fields of structure and function of craniofacial tissues over the whole range of vertebrates including studies concerned with palaeontology and comparative anatomy. Archives of Oral Biology will also publish expert reviews and articles concerned with advancement in relevant methodologies. The journal will only consider clinical papers where they make a significant contribution to the understanding of a disease process. Editors-in-Chief Paul M. Speight Department of Oral Pathology School of Clinical Dentistry University of Sheffield Claremont Crescent Sheffield S10 2TA, UK Tel.: +44 (0) 114 271 7960 Fax: +44 (0) 114 271 7894 E-mail: p.speight@sheffield.ac.uk G.R. Holland Department of Cariology Restorative Sciences and Endodontics School of Dentistry The University of Michigan 1011 N. University Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1078, USA Tel.: +1 (734) 763 3703 Fax: +1 (734) 936 1597 E-mail: rholland@umich.edu Associate Editors S.W. Cadden University of Dundee, Dundee, UK T.Takata Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan International Editorial Advisory Board W.H. Bowen (Rochester, USA) N. Capra (Maryland, USA) R.M. Carvalho (Bauru, Brazil) M. Cole (Georgetown, USA) B. Dale-Crunk (Seattle, USA) C. Dawes (Manitoba, Canada) M.J. Dixon (Manchester, UK) C.W.I. Douglas (Sheffield, UK) J.A. Garlick (Stony Brook, USA) D. Grenier (Quebec, Canada) S. Herring (Seattle, USA) C.F. Hinrichsen (Hobart, Australia) T. Itota (Himeji City, Japan) M. Jontell (Goteberg, Sweden) R. Jordan (San Francisco, USA) H. Larjava (Vancouver, Canada) S. Marshall (San Francisco, USA) J.R. Martinez (Bethesda, USA) C. Martinez Alvarez (Madrid, Spain) C.P. McArthur (Kansas City, USA) C. McCulloch (Toronto, Canada) M. McCullough (Melbourne, Australia) M. MacDougall (San Antonio, USA) M. McKee (Montreal, Canada) J.E. Melvin (Rochester, USA) A.M. Moursi (Columbus, USA) G. Murray (Sydney, Australia) M. Narhi (Kuopio, Finland) L. Olgart (Stockholm, Sweden) G. Proctor (London, UK) J. Richman (Vancouver, Canada) C. Robinson (Leeds, UK) T. Salo (Oulu, Finland) L.P. Samaranayake (Hong Kong) B. Sessle (Toronto, Canada) P.T. Sharpe (London, UK) A.J. Smith (Birmingham, UK) P. Stashenko (Boston, USA) D. Steinberg (Jerusalem, Israel) H. Suda (Tokyo, Japan) A.L. Symons (Brisbane, Australia) T. Takata (Hiroshima, Japan) S. Tanase (Asahi, Japan) K. Tanne (Hiroshima, Japan) H.W. van der Glas (Utrecht, The Netherlands) L. Villanueva (Paris, France) L.J. Walsh (Brisbane, Australia) T. Wright (North Carolina, USA) T. Zelles (Budapest, Hungary) Editor Emeritus David B. Ferguson The cover image is recoloured from an original image supplied by John F Marshall (Richard Dimbleby/Cancer Research UK Laboratory, St Thomas Hospital London) and Gareth J Thomas (Eastman Dental Institute, London). The micrograph shows oral squamous cell carcinoma cells grown in vitro and triple labelled for actin, integrin avb6 and MMP9. The original image and further details can be seen on the AOB website at: http://www.intl.elsevierhealth.com/journals/arob http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Oral Biology Elsevier

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