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EXPERIMENT INFORMATION

Biochemical Status of Humans in Long Duration Space Flight (Biotest)
Principal Investigator
Research Area:
Metabolism and nutrition
Species Studied
Scientific Name: Homo sapiens Species: Human

Description
OBJECTIVES:
The objectives was to perform a systematic and integrated biochemical exmination of the human state in microgravity conditions to study metabolic adaptation to long-duration space flight conditions.


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Publications
Grigor'ev AI, Noskov VB, Popova IA, Vetrova EG, Markin AA, and Strogonova LB. Effects of a long-term space flight on human biochemical status. Klin Lab Diagn. 1994; (1):19-22. [pubmed.gov]

Keywords
Hormones
Glucose
Proteins/metabolism
Energy metabolism

Data Information
Data Availability
Archive is complete. No data sets are available for this experiment. Please Contact LSDA if you know of available data for this investigation.

Parameters
Cholesterol
Glucose
Hormones
Lactate
Protein total
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Mission/Study Information
Mission Launch/Start Date Landing/End Date Duration
Expedition 10 10/13/2004 04/24/2005 193 days
Expedition 3 08/10/2001 12/17/2001 129 days
Expedition 4 12/05/2001 06/19/2002 196 days
Expedition 5 06/05/2002 12/07/2002 185 days
Expedition 6 11/23/2002 05/03/2003 161 days
Expedition 7 04/25/2003 10/27/2003 185 days
Expedition 8 10/18/2003 04/29/2004 195 days
Expedition 9 04/18/2004 10/23/2004 188 days

Additional Information
Managing NASA Center
Johnson Space Center (JSC)
Responsible NASA Representative
Johnson Space Center LSDA Office
Project Manager: Pamela A. Bieri
Institutional Support
Russian Space Agency (RSA)
Proposal Date
08/10/2000