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 (gōl′jē), Camillo 1843-1926.
Italian histologist. He shared a 1906 Nobel Prize for investigating the structure of the nervous system by means of a novel staining technique.
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(Italian ˈɡɔldʒi)
(Biography) Camillo (kaˈmillo). 1844–1926, Italian neurologist and histologist, noted for his work on the central nervous system and his discovery in animal cells of the bodies known by his name: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1906
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(ˈgɔl dʒi)

Camillo, 1843?–1926, Italian histologist.
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Noun1.Golgi - Italian histologist noted for work on the structure of the nervous system and for his discovery of Golgi bodies (1844-1926)
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Dr Malik had also been awarded the prestigious Camillo Golgi Prize which is awarded by the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) and recognizes investigators who have published research papers in internationally recognized scientific journals over the last five years.
Professor of Medicine Dr Rayaz Malik, a Weill Cornell Medicine -- Qatar (WCM-Q) researcher has been listed among the UK's most influential diabetes researchers and also has won Camillo Golgi Prize.
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In 1873 the Italian physician Camillo Golgi published the first images of nerve cells made using his new silver-chromate technique.
It is associated with endoplasmic reticulum, ribosome, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, mitochondria, multiple vesicles that are supposed to be arranged on the dynamic cytoskeleton.
The proteins mainly distributed in the membrane, cytoskeleton, Golgi apparatus, vacuole, nucleus, cell-substrate junctions, neuron projection and ribonucleoprotein complex (Table II).
The ELM showed CLV_NDR_NDR_1 motifs matched sequence with amino acid residues RRT (878-880), a functional motif of N-Arg dibasic convertase (nardilysine) cleavage site (Xaa-I-Arg-Lys or Arg-I-Arg-Xaa) in the extracellular Golgi apparatus and cell surface.
Nader said that the VLDLR protein associates intracellularly with the mPR protein and assures its transport from a part of the cell called the Golgi body, which serves as a delivery depot, to the plasma membrane.
Antibodies from patients with autoimmune disease react with a cytoplasmic antigen in the Golgi apparatus.
The function of SREBPs is dependent on proper protein trafficking from ER to Golgi. When cell does not require a supply of cholesterol, SREBPs are anchored to ER.