|Nomination for Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine|
|Number:||76 - 8|
|Name:||Santiago Ramon y Cajàl|
|Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1906|
|Motivation:||Work on the structure of the nervous system (see comment 1).|
|Profession:||Professor of the medical faculty|
|Comments:||1. Special mention of the publication "Textura del sistemo nervioso del hombre y de los vertebrados" (Texture of the human and vertebrate nervous systems). Additional nominators are: José M. Machi, Juan Bartual, Jésus Bartrina, R. Mollà, Const. Gomez y Reig, Franco Orts y Orts, E. Slocker, V. Peset, P. Garin, M. Candelay, J. Magraner, Enrique Lopez, F. Moliner, R. Gómez Ferrer, all professors of the medical faculty in Valencia, ES. See entries 86-0 and 86-1. See also entries 76-0 and 76-1 (one letter, divided into two entries) which contained only notification from the professors of the medical faculty in Valencia that they had sent the nomination (entries 86-0 and 86-1; also one letter, divided into two entries).|
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