Marilyn M. Lindstrom

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JSC Mars-1 is a Martian regolith simulant specifically developed to support scientific research, engineering studies and education. The simulant is the <1 mm fraction of weathered volcanic ash from Pu’u Nene, a cinder cone on the Island of Hawaii. Weathered ash from Pu’u Nene has been repeatedly cited as a close spectral analog to the bright regions of Mars(More)
RT-PCR was used to obtain rat small intestinal cDNAs for two peptide transporters, showing conclusively for the first time that both are present in normal intestinal mucosa. Sequencing of these cDNAs showed them to be highly homologous and similar to two different types of peptide transport proteins from either colorectal carcinoma cells (Caco-2) or human(More)
A clast of spinel troctolite containing 8 percent cordierite (Mg(2)Al(4)Si(5)O(18)) has been identified among the constituents of Apollo 15 regolith breccia 15295. The cordierite and associated anorthite, forsteritic olivine, and pleonaste spinel represent a new, Mg-rich lunar highlands lithology that formed by metamorphism of an igneous spinel cumulate.(More)
Brownlee, M. M. Lindstrom and D. Britt, Center for Space and Planetary Science, Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701 (dsears@uark.edu), Dept of Earth & Planetary Science, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912, Dept of Astronomy, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, SN2, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058. Department of Geological(More)
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