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Ramon y Cajal in TINS

GLENN HOLM karuzis at wccf.mit.edu
Fri Jul 17 19:52:00 EST 1992

For those interested in the historical, there's a cover article
in the recent Trends in Neurosciences about the facilities and
research methods used by Santiago Ramon y Cajal before the turn 
of the century studying the architecture of the nervous system 
using the Golgi method.  And as a followup, some people have used
confocal microscopy on his original slides to get three-
dimensional images.

|Glenn Holm                         Internet:karuzis at wccf.mit.edu|
|M.I.T Dept. of Brain + Cog. Sci.   Bitnet:karuzis at mitwccf       |
|Cambridge, MA 02139       "Real Neuroscientists don't do gels!" |

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