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The histological slides and drawings of Cajal

AuthorsGarcía-López, Pablo; García-Marín, Virginia ; Freire, Miguel
Issue Date2010
PublisherFrontiers Media
CitationFrontiers in neuroanatomy (2010)
AbstractRamon y Cajal's studies in the field of neuroscience provoked a radical change in the course of its history. For this reason he is considered as the father of modern neuroscience. Some of his original preparations are housed at the Cajal Museum (Cajal Institute, CSIC, Madrid, Spain). In this article, we catalogue and analyse more than 4,500 of Cajal's histological preparations, the same preparations he used during his scientific career. Furthermore, we catalogued Cajal's original correspondence, both manuscripts and personal letters, drawings and plates. This is the first time anyone has compiled an account of Cajal's enormous scientific production, offering some curious insights into his work and his legacy. © 2010 Garcia-Lopez, Garcia-Marin and Freire.
Identifiersdoi: 10.3389/neuro.05.009.2010
issn: 1662-5129
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