Golgi

[gawl-jee]
noun
  1. Ca·mil·lo [kah-meel-law] /kɑˈmil lɔ/, 1843?–1926, Italian physician and histologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1906.
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Golgi

noun
  1. Camillo (kaˈmillo). 1844–1926, Italian neurologist and histologist, noted for his work on the central nervous system and his discovery in animal cells of the bodies known by his name: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1906
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Golgi

[gôljē]Camillo 1844?-1926
  1. Italian histologist. He shared a 1906 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of the nervous system.
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