The giant ganglion cells in the spinal cord of ctenolabrus adspersus (Walb.-Goode)

Porter E. Sargent
1898 Journal of Comparative Neurology  
During the winter of '97-'98 while engaged in the study of Golgi preparations of the central nervous system of the common cunner, Ctenolabrus adspersus, my attention was attracted to large bodies lying in the median dorsal fissure of the spinal cord. A little study showed them to be nerve cells of gigantic proportions, giving off a ventral process. The following preliminary paper is a summary of studies made during the spring of 1898. No attempt at a critical discussion of the subject will be
more » ... e subject will be attempted in this paper, that being reserved for the final article. I wish here to express my obligations to Prof. E. L. Mark for kindly advice and assistance,
doi:10.1002/cne.910080310 fatcat:xurx3w4refdvbajbyyjh7lpfdq