Charles E. Fisher

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Adult rat offspring earlier exposed to maternally ingested caffeine during both gestation and lactation were observed in an open field following acute administration of diazepam or cyclohexyladenosine. While both drugs reduced measures of locomotion and emotional reactivity, caffeine-exposed rats showed evidence of greater sensitivity to cyclohexyladenosine(More)
Neisseria lactamica was recovered from the blood and cerebrospinal fluid of a 7-month-old girl with acute purulent meningitis. The isolate was identified initially as N meningitidis. However, additional biochemical testing at the Center for Disease Control showed that the organism fermented lactose and produced beta-D-galactosidase, thereby confirming its(More)
Building 149 is a lO-story 700,000 square foot reinforced concrete structure built during 1917-1919 for use as a naval warehouse and offices. It is located in the National Historic Landmark Boston Navy Yard, which was established in 1800 and which comprises approximately 130 acres and nearly 90 buildings associated with the naval shipyard operations .(More)
The Delaware Building was constructed shortly after the Chicago Fire of 1871 using pre-cast concrete panels on the outside. Originally six stories in height, the Italianate-style office building received an additional two floors around 1890 that were faced with sheet metal to resemble the appearance of the facade below. The lower two floors were originally(More)
What follows are situations that may not be encountered universally but are known to have occurred at our institution. Our aim is not to issue a set of rules concerning the limits that should be placed on statistical consulting because we are sure that at some institutions it is considered part of the function of the computing center. Rather, our emphasis(More)
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