Ramón y Cajal
[ rah-mawnee kah-hahl ]
/ rɑˈmɔn i kɑˈhɑl /
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San·tia·go [sahn-tyah-gaw], /sɑnˈtyɑ gɔ/, 1852–1934, Spanish histologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1906.
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How to use Ramón y Cajal in a sentence
Ramon y Cajal's theory enables us to understand this obstacle better, perhaps, than any other.
Ramon y Cajal has described and pictured a special kind of neuroglia cells for the gray and another for the white matter.