Shareen M. Lacy

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Human exposure to microgravity is considered the major environmental factor of space flight that affects cells and tissues causing adverse effects to human health. Ground-based gravity-simulation experiments at the cellular and molecular levels have gained some insight into the underlying molecular and cellular alterations induced by microgravity. However,(More)
Simulated microgravity (SMG) bioreactors and DNA microarray technology are powerful tools to identify "space genes" that play key roles in cellular response to microgravity. We applied these biotechnology tools to investigate SMG and post-SMG recovery effects on human epidermal keratinocytes by exposing cells to SMG for 3, 4, 9, and 10 d using the high(More)
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