His name is associated with the discovery of Plexus myentericus Auerbachi, or Auerbach's plexus, a layer of ganglion cells which provide muscular movement of the gastro-intestinal system. He was also one of the first physicians to diagnose the nervous system using histological staining methods. He published several papers on neuropathology and muscle-related diseases.
Reports on Veterinary Medicine Findings from Hannover Veterinary & Medical University Provide New Insights.(Report)
Dec 19, 2011; "Neurohistological and immunohistochemical examinations of the feline enteric nervous system (ENS) were performed by using...