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When was the Golgi apparatus discovered?

The Golgi body was identified by a physician in Italy, in 1897, named Camillo Golgi. Subsequently, this entity was named after him.

Italian scientist who discovered the Golgi complex in 1898?

Camillo Golg discoverd golgi complex. He was a physician

Who discovered inert gases?

It was discovered in 1894 and it was Argon. In 1785 Henry Cavendish, an English chemist and physicist, found that air contains a small proportion (slightly less than 1 percent) of a substance that is chemically less active than nitrogen. A century later Lord Rayleigh, an English physicist, isolated from the air a gas that he thought was pure nitrogen, but he found that it was denser than nitrogen that had been prepared by liberating it from its compounds. He reasoned that his aerial nitrogen must contain a small amount of a denser gas. In 1894, Sir William Ramsay, a Scottish chemist, collaborated with Rayleigh in isolating this gas, which proved to be a new element---argon.

What do kupfer cells secrete?

Kupffer cells, also known as Browicz-Kupffer cells, are specialized macrophages located in the liver that form part of the reticuloendothelial system (aka: mononuclear phagocyte system). The cells were first observed by Karl Wilhelm von Kupffer in 1876.[1] The scientist called them "sternzellen" (star cells or stellate cells) but thought, falsely, that they were an integral part of the endothelium of the liver blood vessels and that they originated from it. In 1898, after several years of research, Tadeusz Browicz, a Polish scientist, identified them, correctly, as macrophages. [2][3] Their development begins in the bone marrow with the genesis of promonocytes and monoblasts into monocytes, and then on to peripheral blood monocytes, completing their differentiation into Kupffer cells.[4] The red blood cell is broken down by phagocytic action, and the hemoglobin molecule is split. The globin chains are reutilized, while the iron-containing portion or heme is further broken down into iron, which is reutilized and bilirubin, which is conjugated with glucuronic acid within hepatocytes and secreted into the bile. Helmy et al. identified a receptor present in Kupffer cells, the complement receptor of the immunoglobulin family (CRIg). Mice without CRIg could not clear complement system-coated pathogens. CRIg is conserved in mice and humans and is a critical component of the innate immune system.[5] Kupffer cells activation are responsible for early ethanol-induced liver injury, common in chronic alcoholics. Chronic alcoholism and liver injury deal with a two hit system. The second hit is characterized by an activation of the Toll-like receptor 4 (TLR) and CD14, receptors on the Kupffer cell that internalize endotoxin (LPS). This activates the transcription of pro-inflammatory cytokines (TNF alpha) and production of superoxides (a pro-oxidant). TNFalpha will then enter the stellate cell in the liver, leading to collagen synthesis and fibrosis. Fibrosis will eventually cause cirrhosis, or loss of function of the liver

Who coined the term virus?

There had been theories that there were infectious agents smaller than bacteria but it had not been proven until the first plant virus was discovered in 1898, tobacco mosaic virus, by the Martinus Beijerinck. The experiments continued, and animal viruses, as well as plant viruses, were grown in labs on eggs and animal tissues by several scientists. Cow pox was one of the early animal viruses isolated. Then in 1913, E. Steinhardt, C. Israeli and R. A. Lambert were able to isolate and grow the vaccinia virus, a virus that was a human poxvirus. This was the first virus used to create a vaccine and was how small pox was eradicated (the first human disease that scientists were able to eliminate). Vaccines and vaccinations get their names from this work with the vaccinia virus. It was an extension of their work that also enabled the vaccines for poliovirus to be developed in the 1950's. The first time a human virus was actually seen, was when electron microscopy was invented and used in 1931 by two German engineers, Ernst Ruska and Max Knoll, to make the first ever images of viruses.

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Discovery of polonium?

Polonium was diacovered in 1898 by Marie and Pierre Curie.

When was Cape Nome Mining District Discovery Sites created?

Cape Nome Mining District Discovery Sites was created in 1898.

What was Marie Curies greatest contribution?

The discovery of radium and polonium in July and December of 1898.

On 26th December 1898 Marie and Pierre Curie announced the discovery of which element?

26 December, in collaboration with Gustave Bémont, they announced the discovery of radium.

When was the discovery of radium?

Radium was discovered by Marie Curie, Pierre Curie and Gustave Bemont in 1898.

How did the wars of 1898 and their impact on the US?

Guantanamo Bay and the Philippines were both acquired as a result of the Spanish-American War of 1898.

When was the discovery date of the element neon?

Neon was discovered in 1898 by William Ramsay and Morris Travers in England.

Who did Spain battle in 1898?

Spain and the United States, April to August 1898, as a result of the American intervention in the Cuban War if Independence

How Puerto Rico become part of US?

Puerto Rico came under the control of the United States in 1898 as a result of the Spanish-American War.

When did Puerto Rico become independent?

Puerto Rico is not independent. It is a United States territory because it was ceded by Spain to the US in 1898.

What was the place of discovery of radium?

Radium was discovered by Marie Curie, Pierre Curie and Gustave Bemont in 1898 - Paris, France.