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Some New Features in the Intimate Structure of the Human Cerebral Cortex

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2 Hill, Alex., ‘Anatomy of Central Nervous Organs,’ 2nd Edit., p. 155.
3 Ramon, y Cajal, , ‘Las Espinas Colaterales de las células del Cerebro Teñidas por el Azul de Metileno,’ Revista Trimestral Micrográficn,’ Madrid, vol. 1, fasc 2 y 3; Agosto, 1896, pp. 123136.
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6 Barker, L. F., Ibid, pp. 14 and 15.
7 Nissl, F., ‘Nerven zellen und graue Substanz’, Münch. med. Wchn.-schr., Bd. 45, s. 988, 1023, 1060. (My account is taken from Barker, ‘The Nervous System,’ pages 96 to 99.)
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