1873. Golgi staining

Gogli stain was discovered by an Italian physician: Camillo Golgi (born in Corteno, in the province of Brescia.
He won Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1906 with Cajal for his studies of the nervous system.
Thanks to his stain it is possible to see clearly and separately neurons with their axons and dendrites.
It has been one of the most effective techniques for studying both the normal and abnormal morphology of neurons as well as glia.

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