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Considered by many as the father of modern neuroscience
One of many images compiled in Javier DeFelipe's book, Cajal's Butterflies of the Soul. DeFelipe is a research professor at the Instituto Cajal (CSIC) located in his hometown, Madrid, Spain. His expertise is microanatomy of the cerebral cortex.
Drawing of principal neurons of the hippocampus by Ramon y Cajal (1894)
On the cutting edge: Proteins can be tagged with fluorescent markers to identify neurons and glial cells.