Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Zelle und Ihrer Lebenserscheinungen

  title={Beitr{\"a}ge zur Kenntniss der Zelle und Ihrer Lebenserscheinungen},
  author={Walther Flemming},
  journal={Archiv f{\"u}r mikroskopische Anatomie},
  • W. Flemming
  • Published 1 December 1880
  • Biology
  • Archiv für mikroskopische Anatomie
Cajal's second great battle for the neuron doctrine: the nature and function of neurofibrils
  • E. Frixione
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain Research Reviews
  • 2009
His comprehensive reply, published in 1908, meant the effective end of the renewed reticularist campaign against the neuron doctrine and a visionary and today almost forgotten chapter in the history of the cytoskeleton was written. Expand
Scientific traditions in conflict: the Rusconi–von Baer controversy on the embryology of frogs and the development of the cell theory
The theoretical reasons behind the divergent interpretations of cleavage and the whole embryonic development are analyzed and their implications for the development of the cell theory and the conceptions of life are focused on. Expand
Chromatin affinity purification coupled with mass spectrometry indetifies novel histone ubiquitylation interactors
Histone ubiquitylation is the post-translational covalent attachment of ubiquitin to histones. Ubiquitylation of histones regulates chromatin-templated processes through a combination of structuralExpand
Nucleolus and chromatin
This review will attempt to summarize the current understanding of mammalian nucleolar chromatin organization as seen from a microscopist’s perspective. Expand
Theoria Generationis: the ancient roots of modern developmental biology
  • E. Capanna
  • Biology
  • Rendiconti Lincei. Scienze Fisiche e Naturali
  • 2018
The debate between to be and to become that opposed Parmenides and Heraclitus became converted, over the subsequent two millennia, into the dilemmas between preformation and epigenesis, and betweenExpand
Introduction to Chromosome
The development of understanding of structure, chemical composition, and functions of different segments of chromosomes is intimately related with the refinement of techniques used for studying chromosomes. Expand
The Power of Xenopus Egg Extract for Reconstitution of Centromere and Kinetochore Function.
Advances made in Xenopus egg extract are given special emphasis, which provides a unique, biochemically tractable in vitro system that affords the complexity of cytoplasm and nucleoplasm to permit reconstitution of the dynamic, cell cycle-regulated functions of the centromere and kinetochore. Expand
The cohesin ring uses its hinge to organize DNA using non-topological as well as topological mechanisms
It is suggested that loading and translocation are mediated by conformational changes in cohesin’s hinge driven by cycles of ATP hydrolysis. Expand
Centromere inactivation on a neo-Y fusion chromosome in threespine stickleback fish
The data suggest that there have been genetic changes to this centromere in the two million years since the formation of the neo-Y chromosome, but it remains unclear whether these genetic changes are a cause or consequence of centromeres inactivation. Expand


Observations on the Microphone
WITH regard to an explanation of the action of the microphone I observed a fact which, though it was already known from some anterior experiments with strong galvanic currents, has not been remarked,Expand