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Experimentation with Animal Models in Space
 
 

Experimentation with Animal Models in Space, 1st Edition

 
Experimentation with Animal Models in Space, 1st Edition,Gerald Sonnenfeld,ISBN9780444519078
 
 
 

G Sonnenfeld   

Elsevier Science

9780444519078

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Key Features

* Includes unique insights into the mechanisms and the potential role of gravity, stress, radiation and other space flight environment factors on physiological systems
* A complete history back to the beginnings of space flight
* Discusses the development of countermeasures to prevent any damaging effects of the space flight environment on physiological systems

Description

Exposure to space flight has been shown to results in changes in many physiological systems, including the musculoskeletal system, the cardiovascular system, the immune system, and the neurovestibular system. These changes could negatively impact the ability of humans to undertake long-term habitation and exploration of space. However, there are limits to the studies that can be done with humans in space. Both ground-based and space flight animal model systems are currently used for these studies as an alternative. This volume covers the latest developments in the use of animal models to study the effects of the space flight environment on human physiological systems.

Readership

Space biology and medicine researchers, muscle and bone physiologists, individuals interested in space exploration

Gerald Sonnenfeld

Affiliations and Expertise

Binghamton University, State University of New York, Binghamton, NY, USA

Experimentation with Animal Models in Space, 1st Edition

Overview
The Hindlimb Unloading Rat Model
The International Collaboration on Russian Spacecraft and the Case for Free Flyer Biosatellites
Mouse Infection Models for Space Flight Immunology
Vestibular Experiments in Space
Effect of Space Flight on Circadian Rhythms
Development as Adaptation
The Use of Animal Models to Study Skeletal Effects of Space Flight
Responses Across the Gravity Continuum
Aquatic animals
Primates in Space flight
 
 
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