Andrew Ferko

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Cocaine hydrochloride, in doses of 0.5, 1.0, 2.0 and 4.0 mg/kg, iv, was administered to male Sprague-Dawley rats. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) was collected from the cisterna magna over a 20 min period and blood samples were obtained at 20 min after cocaine administration. In addition, blood samples for the 1 mg/kg dose of cocaine were collected at 2, 10, 20(More)
0740-7475/02/$17.00 © 2002 IEEE September–October 2002 SCAN-BASED LOGIC TESTING using automatic test-pattern generation (ATPG) has been highly successful for testing large, complex ASICs. The shipped quality of these ASICs is a testament to our industry’s acceptance of practical DFT methodologies. As chip gate counts continue to increase, the industry will(More)
  • A P Ferko
  • Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior
  • 1987
In male Swiss-Webster mice sleep time (hypnosis) was used as an index of ethanol-induced central nervous system depression. Ethanol (4 g/kg, IP) was administered to animals and the onset to sleep time (loss of the righting reflex) and the duration of sleep time were recorded. At the end of the ethanol-induced sleep time, taurine (7.5, 15 or 25 mumol/kg,(More)
The interaction between ethanol and glycine in the central nervous system was investigated in male Swiss-Webster mice. The loss of the righting reflex (LORR) was used as a measure of central nervous system depression. Mice were injected with ethanol (4.0 g/kg, IP), causing an ethanol-induced LORR. Immediately after the animals regained the righting reflex(More)
Delay testing has become increasingly essential as chip geometries shrink [1,2,3]. Low overhead or cost effective delay test methodology is successful when it results in a minimal number of effective tests and eases the demands on an already burdened IC design and test staff. This paper describes one successful method in use by IBM ASICs that resulted in a(More)