Santiago Ramon y Cajal

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Spanish histologist noted for his work on the structure of the nervous system (1852-1934)

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As with other similar studies, the permission to use the data for this research was granted by the Deputy Managing Director of the Ramon y Cajal University Hospital.
The finding that Cajal cells express c-kit (CD117), a tyrosine kinase, is a considerable development.
Sosa-Velasco son claros: se trata de estudiar las "representaciones metaforicas de la enfermedad [o, para ser mas precisos, del cuerpo enfermo] en los medicos y escritores Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934), Pio Baroja (1872-1956), Gregorio Maranon (1887-1960) y Antonio Vallejo Nagera (1888-1960).
La meme source, qui s'appuie sur les resultats des travaux de deux de ses membres exercant aux hopitaux Ramon y Cajal et 12 Octobre de Madrid, observe qu'il y aura une augmentation du chiffre des personnes infectees par le VIH qui pourra atteindre, uniquement au cours de la premiere annee, de 20% de l'actuelle population immigrante en situation irreguliere affectee et sous traitement dont le nombre oscille entre 2.
Whatever, the mobile art gallery - which had originally crashed with no fatalities and been discovered by Spanish sculptor and designer Eduardo Cajal in a scrapyard in 1992 - parked outside Llandudno's Venue Cymru is a talking point.
The fuselage, which was dis-covered in a scrap yard in 1992 by Spanish sculptor and designer Eduardo Cajal, was pulled into location in Swansea on Sunday.
the smooth muscle cells, a network of interstitial cells of Cajal (which generate pacemaker potentials) located near myenteric plexus, and a largely inhibitory innervation which is concentrated on the interstitial cells of Cajal (Huizinga et al.
It is proposed that the origin of GISTs is from the interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC) given their CD117 and CD34 expression and histologic similarities to this cell.
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.
Histologically, it is classified into neuropathies, mesenchymopathies and myopathies, according to the predominant involvement of enteric neurons, interstitial cells of Cajal or smooth-muscle cells, respectively.
Summary: Madrid - The setting up of a "State" in the Sahara under Algeria's supervision goes against Spain's interest, former Spanish diplomat Maximo Cajal said.
Commentary by Carmen Guillen-Ponce and Alfredo Carrato Medical Oncology Department, Ramon y Cajal University Hospital, Madrid, Spain
1) It is involved in the development and maintenance of erythrocytes, mast cells, melanocytes, germ cells, and interstitial cells of Cajal.
Storch (NIMH 1R01MH078594-01 and L40 MH081950-02) and the Ramon and Cajal Programme RYC2005-93 under the Spanish Ministry of Higher Education (Spain) to the first author.