Vera S. Deiters and R.W. Guillery Otto Friedrich Karl Deiters (1834–1863) Journal of Comparative Neurology 521
A bright, socially inept just qualified medical student, serving in the Prussian army in Berlin, heard Virchow, Romberg, and J. Müller lecture. He was stimulated to begin painstaking microscopic studies that, before he died at 29, revealed a strikingly new view of neurons. A summary of the work and short, sad life of Otto Deiters is presented.
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