IP Archives of Cytology and Histopathology Research

About Journal

Archives of Cytology and Histopathology Research (ACHR) are open access, double-blind peer-review journal publishing quarterly since 2016. The full text of the journal is available online at https://www.innovativepublication.com/journals/ACHR/archive ACHR is proclaimed by Innovative Education and Scientific Research Foundation, print and published by Innovative Publication. It has an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN 2581-5725 eISSN 2456-9267). ACHR permits authors to self-archive final approval of the articles on any OAI-compliant institutional/subject-based repository.

Aim and Scope

ACHR focusing on observations and interpretations in the field of cytology and histopathology research. It devoted to increasing the existing medical knowledge which will be beneficial for the whole medical fraternity. The principle interest of the journal is cytological aspects like gynecological and non-gynecological cytology, FNA cytology, screening practices regarding cytopathology, newer inventions in cytology, various histochemical studies, and histopathological studies with novel and definite conclusions. The scope is, therefore, huge covering almost all streams of cytology histopathology research starting from original research articles, review articles, short communications, and clinical cases as well as studies covering clinical, experimental and applied topics on cytology and histopathology research on above subjective areas. The scope of the journal isn't restricted to those subjects however it's the broader coverage of all the newest updates and specialties.


The Journal is index with Index Copernicus (Poland), Google Scholar, J-gate, EBSCO (USA) database, Academia.edu, CrossRef, ROAD, InfoBase Index, GENAMIC, etc.


Precancerous Cervical, Cervical Cancer, Cytocentrifugation, Exfoliative Cytology, Pleural Cavity, Peritoneal Cavity, Bronchoscope, Trachea, Liquid-Based Cytology, Sediment Cytology, Imprint Cytology, Biopsy, Molecular Pathology, Immunohistochemistry, Microtome, Cryostat, Pigments, Hematoxylin and Eosin, Cytoplasm, Hemochromatosis, Myocardial Infarction.