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What is the full name of E. G. Gray?
E. G. Gray is Neuro scientist who found and described first the two major morphologically defined synapse types (Gray Type I (asymmetric) and II (symmetric)) in his work E G Gray (Oct. 1959). ...
Sep 25 '13 at 16:30
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