Ramón y Cajal
[ rah-mawn ee kah-hahl ]
/ rɑˈmɔn i kɑˈhɑl /
San·tia·go [sahn-tyah-gaw] /sɑnˈtyɑ gɔ/, 1852–1934, Spanish histologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1906.
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Ramòn y Cajal
[ rä-môn′ ē kä-häl′ ]
Spanish histologist. He shared a 1906 Nobel Prize for research on the nervous system.
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