Ultrastructure of the yellow pigment of human nerve cells
That human nerve cells contain so-called yellow pigment has been known since the end of the 19th century. It was found by light microscopical examination of human nerve tissue that the cells contained a substance deposited in the form of small granules having a pale yellow colour.
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