Cajal


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Cajal

(Spanish kaˈxal)
n
(Biography) Santiago Ramon y. 1852–1934, Spanish histologist, a pioneer of modern neurophysiology: shared the Nobel prize for medicine 1906.
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Interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC) acts as pacemaker and their alteration has been proposed to occur in HD.
Rather, this striking image is one among the thousands of scientific images created by Santiago Ramon y Cajal, one of the most influential neuroscientists of all time.
It has been hypothesized that interstitial cells of Cajal could be found in the prostate and lead to EGISTs.
El parte medico del Hospital Ramon y Cajal de Madrid, donde le tratan, dice que <<presenta una alteracion para la emision del lenguaje como consecuencia de una enfermedad desmielinizante de origen inmunologico>>.
Interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC) were first described as "neuron-like cells" at the motor neuron endings.
Mas alla de sus notables descubrimientos cientificos, un dato que sorprende es que Santiago Ramon y Cajal haya nacido en una pequena villa aragonesa que en los albores del siglo xx contaba con 2500 habitantes.
Researchers also discovered that structures in cells called Cajal bodies help process telomerase during chromosome-repair activity.
Researchers from the Hospital Ramon y Cajal in Madrid administered blood-sugar tests to 808 patients over the age of 60 who were admitted to hospitals in Spain and Italy.
Spanish physician and Nobel laureate Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934) made important contributions to science.
El embajador Maximo Cajal aporta informacion y lo hace anadiendo matizaciones valiosas al recuento de sus experiencias diplomaticas.
Idiopathic megacolon has been associated with defects in Collagen III and enteric smooth muscle hypertrophy, (6, 7) as well as phenotypic alteration in the regulatory intestinal cells of Cajal (ICC).