John Russell Lane

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Endhost path selection---the ability for endhosts to specify the paths which their packets should traverse---has been proposed as a promising means for meeting next-generation Internet goals such as high availability and application-tailored routing. However, current proposals have serious shortcomings. First, they typically <i>allow only limited path(More)
A ligation of the common bile duct (BDL) produces cholestasis and hypotension and increases the daily ingestion of sodium chloride solutions in rats. Low-dose captopril (CAP) treatment also modifies the ingestion of water and sodium in naive rats, and may do so in cholestatic rats. This study examined whether the elevated ingestion of saline by Long-Evans(More)
The authors tested whether the level of hydration after furosemide diuresis and 22 hr of sodium depletion affects the amount of water or 0.3 M NaCl solution consumed by rats with intact brains or with lesions of the subfornical organ (SFO). Rats received 2 (underhydrated) or 10 (euhydrated) ml/kg water by gavage as the only fluid input 2, 4, and 20 hr after(More)
We examined whether a learned aversion to saline could account for the reduction in saline intake produced by bile duct ligation (BDL) in rats and whether increased saline intake by BDL rats was associated with hypotension. In three experiments, rats were given continuous access to water in choice with saline after surgery. In Experiment 1, rats were(More)
The effect of a ligation of the common bile duct (BDL) on the chronic free-selection intake of ethanol was investigated. Rats were given a choice between water and a solution of either 6% (v/v) ethanol, 0.06% (w/v) sodium saccharin, or a mixture of both ethanol and saccharin. In different experiments, solutions were first presented either 3 weeks before(More)
The authors investigated whether a depletion of sodium with furosemide enhanced the water and 0.3 M NaCl intakes of rats with experimental cholestasis, portal hypertension or congestive heart failure. These were induced, respectively, by bile duct ligation (BDL), portal vein constriction or vena cava constriction. BDL alone increased daily saline intake. In(More)
Most medium to large organizations are now utilizing the economies of scale created by the booming home personal computer (PC) market to fill desktop workstation spaces for their employees. By in large, however, these PCs come, as standard equipment, accoutred with enormously large hard disks. Most of these organizations , are utilizing some form of(More)
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