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Salomon Stricker

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Salomon Stricker (1 January 1834 – 2 April 1898) was a pathologist and histologist from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Career Stricker was born in Waag-Neustadtl (Hungarian: Vágújhely, now Nové Mesto nad Váhom in Slovakia). He studied at the University of Vienna, and subsequently became a research assistant at the Institute of Physiology under Ernst Wilhelm von Brücke. Later he became head of the Institute of General and Experimental Pathology in Vienna. Stricker is remembered for his extensive studies in the fields of histology and experimental pathology, and is credited with making discoveries involving the diapedesis of erythrocytes and the contractility of vascular walls. He also made contributions in his research of cell division in vivo, on the histology of the cornea, and on the relationship of cells to the extracellular matrix. Among his written works is the Handbuch der Lehre von den Geweben des Menschen und der Thiere, a two-volume textbook that contains Stricker's
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