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Cytology Test 1

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Hans & Zacharias Jansen 1590-1600. Built the first microscope
Robert Hooke 1665. Micrographia. Use the word "cell"
Anthony van Leeuwenhoek 1677. Published descriptions of bacteria, protozoa, red blood cells and sperm. First to stain slide.
Marcello Malpighi 1665. Described RBCs. Studied fine structures of plants and animals
Morgagni 1761. Pointed out importance of post mortem examination. Father of "modern pathologic anatomy"
Schleiden and Schwann 1838-39. Developed cell theory; basic unit of living matter is the cell. Birth of "cytology"
William Perkin 1856. Introduced aniline dye
Gerlach 1858. Introduce staining as laboratory procedure
Virchow 1858. Father of Anatomic Pathology. Wrote Cellular Pathology. "All cell comes from cell" Disease as cellular reaction to condition. Tumors as new cellular growth. "Leukemia"
Paul Ehrlich 1877.Differentiated white corpuscle with acid and basic dye. Described neutrophils, basophils, eosinophils
Hanau 1889.Successfuly transplanted tumors in rats
Peyton Rous 1910. Discovered viral etiology of chicken sarcoma.
George Papanicolaou 1928. "New Cancer Diagnosis." 1939. Noticed nuclear changes in malignant cells. 1941. "Diagnostic Value of Vaginal Smears in Uterus Carcinoma". 1944. "Atlas of Exfoliative Cytology". 1950 Cytology is a routine lab procedure.
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