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npj Microgravity Article: Intrinsic cardiovascular autonomic regulatory system of astronauts exposed long-term to microgravity in space: observational study
This article by Kuniaki Otsuka, Yutaka Kubo, Mitsutoshi Hayashi, Naomune Yamamoto and Koichi Shibata (Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Tokyo, Japan), Germaine Cornelissen (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA), Tatsuya Aiba, Satoshi Furukawa, Hiroshi Ohshima and Chiaki Mukai (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Tokyo, Japan) was published online by npj Microgravity on November 30, 2015.
This article by Brian Crucian and Duane Pierson (NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, USA), Raymond P Stowe (Microgen Laboratories, La Marque, TX, USA), Satish Mehta (Enterprise Advisory Services, Inc., Houston, TX, USA), Heather Quiriarte (JES Tech, Houston, TX, USA) and Clarence Sams (Space and Clinical Operations Division, Houston, TX, USA) was published online by npj Microgravity on September 3, 2015.
npj Microgravity Article: Growth of InxGa1−xSb alloy semiconductor at the International Space Station (ISS) and comparison with terrestrial experiments
npj Microgravity Article: Observational study: microgravity testing of a phase-change reference on the International Space Station
This article by T Shane Topham, Gail E Bingham and Harri Latvakoski (Utah State University Research Foundation, North Logan, UT, USA), Igor Podolski and Vladimir S Sychev (Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SSCRF-IBMP RAS), Moscow, Russia) and Andre Burdakin (Russian Scientific Research Institute for Optical and Physical Measurements (VNIIOFI), Moscow, Russia) was published online by npj Microgravity on August 20, 2015.
npj Microgravity Article: Effects of angular frequency during clinorotation on mesenchymal stem cell morphology and migration
This article by Carlos Luna and Adam H Hsieh (University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA) and Alvin G Yew (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA) was published online by npj Microgravity on 30 July, 2015.
npj Microgravity Article: Skin physiology in microgravity: a 3-month stay aboard ISS induces dermal atrophy and affects cutaneous muscle and hair follicles cycling in mice