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    • Camillo Golgi (1843–1926) 

      Mishqat, Isra
      Camillo Golgi studied the central nervous system during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in Italy, and he developed a staining technique to visualize brain cells. Called the black reaction, Golgi’s staining ...
    • Camillo Golgi's Black Reaction for Staining Neurons 

      Mishqat, Isra
      In 1873 Italy, Camillo Golgi created the black reaction technique, which enabled scientists to stain and view the structure of neurons, the specialized cells that compose the nervous system. During the nineteenth century, ...
    • The Formation of Reticular Theory 

      Mishqat, Isra
      In the nineteenth century, reticular theory aimed to describe the properties of neurons, the specialized cells which make up the nervous system, but was later disconfirmed by evidence. Reticular theory stated that the ...
    • The Neuron Doctrine (1860-1895) 

      Mishqat, Isra
      The neuron doctrine is a concept formed during the turn of the twentieth century that describes the properties of neurons, the specialized cells that compose the nervous system. The neuron doctrine was one of two major ...