The Neuron and the Glial Cell.  

Author Ramón y Cajal, Santiago / de la Torre, Jack; Gibson, William C. [Trs.]
Place of Publication Springfield, Illinois
Publication Name Charles C. Thomas
Year 1984
Language(s) English
RARE English translation of Ramón y Cajal`s pioneering work in neurohistology. Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934) was an eminent Spanish neuroscientist and pathologist, winner of the Noble Prize (together with Camillo Golgi) in Physiology or Medicine in 1906, thereby becoming the first person of Spanish origin to win a scientific Nobel Prize. Contains many b&w figures. 235x160mm. VIII+355 pages. Dark-blue cloth Hardcover with dust-jacket. Jacket edges/hinges and spine yellowing. Jacket spine slightly stained. Spine slightly bumped. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare de-luxe limited edition of lectures on the nervous system and nerve cells by one of the pioneers of modern neuroscience is in very good condition
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Catalog Index Number MA 03 34

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