Nikolai Konstantinovich Kulchitsky (1856–1925)

  title={Nikolai Konstantinovich Kulchitsky (1856–1925)},
  author={Ignat Drozdov and Irvin Mark Modlin and Mark Kidd and Victor V Goloubinov},
  journal={Journal of Medical Biography},
  pages={47 - 54}
Nikolai Kulchitsky is best remembered for his identification of the Kulchitsky (enterochromaffin) cell. His life spanned a teaching and scientific career at Kharkov University, employment as the Imperial Minister of Education for all Russia, work in a soap factory and flight from the Russian Revolution to London, and a position at the University College with Elliot Smith. His subsequent contributions to the anatomic delineation of dual nerve-endings in the muscle were highly regarded, although… 
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