Lester D. Taylor

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Madden and Simpspn (1997). With the aggressive marketing of cable modems and ADSL service, a growing number of residential households in the U.S. now have a choice regarding how they access the Internet. The choice set available, however, is not uniform. In some areas, the only form of access is through dial-up modem, while in other areas various forms of(More)
This article provides new empirical results regarding the demand for and supply of title, the impact of title on land value, and its effects on agricultural investment on Brazilian frontiers. We present survey data from 1992 and 1993 from the state of Para on the characteristics of the settlers, land tenure, land agencies involved, land values, and(More)
Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome (GTS) is a genetic disorder characterized by multiple motor and vocal tics, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and attention-deficit disorder. Family studies support the presence of an autosomal dominant gene; however, to date, an assignment for the GTS locus has not been made. We present the case of a boy with GTS and a(More)
Between 1978 and 1988, 20 children with medulloblastoma (MB) of the brain were treated postoperatively with MOPP (nitrogen mustard, vincristine, prednisone, and procarbazine). All but one received post-operative radiation prior to MOPP. Eight of 20 patients remained in continuous complete remission from MB, two of whom eventually developed myelodysplastic(More)
In contrast to the well known effects of prenatal ethanol exposure on the central nervous system, data about its peripheral effects are scarce. Here, Sprague Dawley rats were fed a liquid diet (gestational days 0-20) containing 36% ethanol-derived calories (EDCs, group H) or were pair-fed with 18% EDCs (group L) or 0% EDCs (group C). On postnatal day 20,(More)