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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Conclusion: Expression of Interstitial cells of Cajal in outer muscular layer of colorectum of Hirschsprung's disease was significantly reduced.
Cajal was born in Petilla de Aragon, a small village in northeastern Spain.
Cavanaugh concentrates on two of the most influential and important of these, biologist and Nobel Laureate Ramon Santiago y Cajal, and biologist Pio del Rio-Hortega.
The finding that Cajal cells express c-kit (CD117), a tyrosine kinase, is a considerable development.
"Telomerase uses this RNA in order to add the sequences onto the end, and this complex is assembled or modified in some way in these Cajal bodies," said Wright.
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.
Los Recuerdos de mi vida (1901-1923) de Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934) constituyen un ciclo autobiografico de largo aliento.
Indeed, herein we report a malignant stromal tumor of the gallbladder with CD117 expression--a phenotype of interstitial cells of Cajal.