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(Ramón y Cajal) (kah-hahl', rah-mōn' ē ka-hal'),
Santiago, Spanish histologist and 1906 Nobel laureate, 1852-1934. See: Cajal cell, horizontal cell of Cajal, Cajal astrocyte stain, interstitial nucleus of Cajal.
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Ten large magnification areas were counted in the same specimen from each case, and the number of Cajal cells was quantitatively determined.
Impresiones de un arterioesclerotico--, sino tambien en la obra Cuando era nino: La infancia de Ramon y Cajal contada por el mismo, con la que intenta insuflar en la poblacion infantil su concepto, tan entusiasta como severo, de patriotismo.
Histogenesis, structure and relationships of interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC): from morphology to functional interpretation.
Gastrointestinal pacemaker cell tumor (GIPACT): gastrointestinal stromal tumors show phenotypic characteristics of the interstitial cells of Cajal.
In addition to leaving a legacy of outstanding scientific research, Cajal published a book, Advice for a Young Investigator (1916), that sought to educate the novice scientist about how science was done and how Cajal believed it should be done.
Partes de este articulo han podido ser posible gracias a la ayuda del Programa Ramon y Cajal RYC2005-93 del Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovacion al primer autor y del Instituto Nacional de Salud (National Institute of Health) al Dr.
Doctors at Madrid's Ramon and Cajal hospital decided not to remove a polyp from the 25-year-old's vocal chord during the two-hour surgery.
In the later image, there is a greater sense of perspective because Cajal introduced several artistic tricks to indicate that the cells were at several different levels.
An additional biopsy specimen from the small bowel, as well as a serosal nodule in the distal jejunum, showed a microscopic area of interstitial cell of Cajal (ICC) hyperplasia, an early GIST tumor.
What became known as Golgi's method was later used by Spanish neuroanatomist Santiago Ramon y Cajal to reveal much about the organization of the nervous system.
Fabian Docagne and colleagues at the Instituto Ramon y Cajal, found that the use of the synthetic cannabinoid HU210 reduced axonal (or nerve fiber) damage in mice.
The interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC) are mesenchymal cells arranged in a characteristic manner in close relation to the nerves and smooth muscle cells in the outer muscular coat of the GI tract4.