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Camillo Golgi - Wikipedia

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Camillo Golgi was an Italian physician, biologist, pathologist, scientist, and Nobel laureate. ... Using his staining technique, Golgi identified the intracellular reticular ... In 1900 he was named...

Life and Discoveries of Camillo Golgi - Nobelprize.org

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Apr 20, 1998 ... Camillo Golgi was born in July 1843 in Corteno, a village in the mountains ... which is still in use nowadays and is named after him (Golgi staining or Golgi ... and 'Golgi type II', with axons ramifying in the vicinity of the cell body ...

The Hidden Structure: A Scientific Biography of Camillo Golgi ...

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... Home & Kitchen, Industrial & Scientific, Kindle Store, Luggage & Travel Gear, Luxury ..... Either type of discovery can bring scientific fame. ... Camillo Golgi ( 1843-1925) did his utmost to be more than the inventor of a ... Sadly enough, Golgi chose to use his official lecture for another desperate attack on the neuron...

Imagining the brain cell: the neuron in visual culture: Nature ...

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Their work might also be used by artists, who are always searching for new resources. .... the application of Golgi's black reaction to various higher vertebrate species. .... Did Cajal's genius in recognizing the commonality behind the myriad forms ... techniques that have superseded the rather austere camera lucida pen and ...

1898: The Golgi apparatus emerges from nerve cells: Trends in ...

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Time-Delay, CCD-Camera Imaging .... A century ago, Camillo Golgi discovered in neurons an intracellular network of ... Using the rapid variant of his chromoargentic impregnation, Golgi had already ... Original drawings by Camillo Golgi. .... of the Golgi apparatus with secretory processes supported this, but did not explain ...

Nobel Prizes with Microscopes from Carl Zeiss

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Santiago Ramón y Cajal and Camillo Golgi, Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, 1906 ... Cajal used advanced devices of its time, inter alia a Carl Zeiss microscope. ... He invented the ultramicroscope in 1903, and two types of membrane filters in .... and non-stick insulation for electrical wires and cooking equipment.

Fridjof Nansen and neuroscience | NANSENNEURO

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It is less known that Nansen did not only explore the Arctic, but also the ... but Nansen was dissatisfied with the equipment: He wanted a state-of-the-art microscope. ... The young Nansen knew how to make full use of his new microscope: He ... been developed by the Italian anatomist (and later Nobel laureate) Camillo Golgi.

Optimising Golgi–Cox staining for use with perfusion-fixed brain ...

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Oct 13, 2015 ... Camillo Golgi discovered a basic method for visualising neurons in the ... Thus depending on the type of salt used, Golgi staining is ..... However, overall, the zQ175 mice did demonstrate a decrease from wild-type levels in the density .... be cut with a microtome eliminating the need for expensive equipment; ...

The Nobel Prize of 1906 | Infectious Diseases | JAMA ...

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Abstract; NEURON THEORY; RAMON Y CAJAL'S USE OF THE RETINA ... A section of mammalian retina in Golgi preparation as drawn by Ramon y Cajal in 1893. .... central nervous system (CNS), Camillo Golgi and Santiago Ramon y Cajal. ... Most cells and fibers failed to stain at all, but those few that did stained black ...

Guest editorial - Perception

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A century ago, Camillo Golgi (figure 1) and Santiago Ramo¨n y Cajal (figure 2) were ... was extensively used by Golgi and by his students. ... he did not see the tree-like structure that was exposed to the gaze of both Golgi and Cajal ... schoolboy, he thought he had discovered the `camera obscura': `There, in the darkness.

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Camillo Golgi facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about Camillo Golgi at Encyclopedia.com. ... his systematic observations, using his new technique, on the fine anatomy of the ... (3) There are two types of nerve cells, differing according to the characteristics of ... then in Pavia, between 1885 and 1893, he did important research on malaria, ...

Santiago Ramón y Cajal and Camillo Golgi - Visionlearning

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Along with the advent of better microscopes, Camillo Golgi's and Santiago Ramón y ... cells was not widely accepted among biologists, nor did cell theory even include the basic .... Essentially, the researcher had to be a human camera. .... Using his modification of Golgi's technique, Santiago Ramón y Cajal discovered that ...

From Galen to Golgi: birth of the life sciences in Italy : Article : Nature ...

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So how, when and where did research into the life sciences begin? .... society, the 'lincei' or 'lynxes' (Box 4), and his instrument became their most important piece of equipment. .... with different metals and found stronger or weaker reactions depending on the types of metal used. ... Figure 1 | Camillo Golgi (1843 –1...