Cajal On The Cerebral Cortex

Author: Santiago Ramón y Cajal
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The first English-language publication of the complete works of the great Spanish neurohistologist, Santiago Ramon y Cajal, on the cerebral cortex.

Texture Of The Nervous System Of Man And The Vertebrates

Author: Santiago R.y Cajal
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... spinal cord (Golgi, Cajal, Lenhossék, Van Gehuchten, Kölliker, Retzius, etc.).
Weshall study laterinmore detailthe phenomenon ofavalanche when dealing
withthe dynamic interpretation ofthecerebral cortical structure.It is necessary,
however, nottoexaggerate theextent of the avalanche, because theunit of
sensationnever reachessuch a diffusion asto make it impossible the localization
of sensory images in defined regions of the cerebral cortex. Footnotes extremely
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Cajal S Neuronal Forest

Author: Javier DeFelipe
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This book is a gem in any library, whether serving as a medical history or a gallery of stunning sketches.

Perceptual Neuroscience

Author: Vernon B. Mountcastle
Publisher: Harvard University Press
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This monumental work by one of the world's greatest living neuroscientists does nothing short of creating a new subdiscipline in the field: perceptual neuroscience.

The Major Discoveries Of Cajal And His Disciples Consolidated Milestones For The Neuroscience Of The Xxist Century

Author: Fernando de Castro
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
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Cajal on the Cerebral Cortex. An Annotated Translation of the Complete Writings.
New York: Oxford University Press. DeFelipe, J., and Jones, E. G. (1992).
Santiago Ramon y Cajal and methods in neurohistology. Trends Neurosci. 15,
237–246. doi:10.1016/0166-2236(92) 90057-F del Rio, J. A., Martinez, A.,
Fonseca, M., Auladell, C., and Soriano, E. (1995). Glutamate-like
immunoreactivity and fate of Cajal-Retzius cells in the murine cortex as identified
with calretinin antibody. Cereb.

Wiring Principles Of Cerebral Cortex

Author: Julian Budd
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This is particularly timely because new automated techniques may soon yield huge datasets in need of explanation.

Cajal S Degeneration And Regeneration Of The Nervous System

Author: Santiago Ramón y Cajal
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The final part of volume II occupies more than 100 pages and is devoted to the
responses of the cerebral cortex to traumatic and infective insults. These chapters
derive in large part from a series of papers published in 1910 and 1911 (Cajal
1910e, 1911b,c,d). In them, a modern reader will find much of interest. Cajal
observes that the cerebral cortex is far more responsive in terms of its capacity for
the display of regenerative phenomena than the cerebellar cortex but less
reactive than ...

Cerebral Cortex

Author: Alan Peters
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These cells are common in monkey and human visual cortex (Ramón y Cajal,
1899a, Kisvárday et al., 1986, 1990). Chandelier cells are distinguished by their
axons which terminate in vertical rows of boutons resembling candlesticks in the
visual and other cortical areas. The axonal fields have variable shapes. They
usually form a plexus close to the parent soma but occasionally a displaced
axonal field is seen (Lund et al., 1979; Fairén and Valverde, 1980; Freund et al.,
1983).