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The Neurolab Spacelab mission : neuroscience research in space : results from the STS-90, Neurolab Spacelab mission

Author: Jay C Buckey; Jerry L Homick
Publisher: Houston, Tex. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, [2003?]
Series: NASA SP (Series), no. 535.
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The aim of this book is to provide a general overview of the 1998 Neurolab space shuttle mission, to enable both generalists and experts to understand the mission and receive the information they need. The book is divided into three sections. The first contains scientific reports from the individual investigator teams, in which experiments and results are presented. The reports are divided into five major research  Read more...
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Neurolab Spacelab mission.
Houston, Tex. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center ; [Washington, D.C.? : Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O., distributor, 2003?]
(OCoLC)605962283
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jay C Buckey; Jerry L Homick
ISBN: 0972533907 9780972533904 0160513227 9780160513220
OCLC Number: 51461180
Notes: "NASA SP-2003-535."
Description: x, 333 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Dave Williams --
Preface / Jay C. Buckey, Jr., Jerry L. Homick --
Scientific reports --
The balance system --
Perception of the spatial vertical during centrifugation and static tilt / Gilles Clément [and others] --
Ocular counter-rolling during centrifugation and static tilt / Steven Moore [and others] --
The effect of spaceflight on the ultrastructure of the cerebellum / Gay R. Holstein, Giorgio P. Martinelli --
Gene expression in the rat brain during spaceflight / Ottavio Pompeiano --
Ribbon synaptic plasticity in gravity sensors of rats flown on Neurolab / Muriel D. Ross, Joseph Varelas --
Neural re-adaptation to Earth's gravity following return from space / Richard Boyle [and others]. Sensory integration and navigation --
The brain as a predictor: on catching fly balls in zero-g / Joseph McIntyre [and others] --
Ensemble neural coding of place in zero-g / James J. Knierim, Gina R. Poe, Bruce L. McNaughton --
The role of visual cues in microgravity spatial orientation / Charles M. Oman [and others] --
Visual-motor coordination during spaceflight / Otmar Bock [and others] --
Nervous system development in weightlessness --
Motor system development depends on experience: a microgravity study of rats / Kerry D. Walton [and others] --
Neuromuscular development is altered by spaceflight / Danny A. Riley, Margaret T.T. Wong-Riley --
Gravity plays an important role in muscle development and the differentiation of contractile protein phenotype / Gregory R. Adams, Fadia Haddad, Kenneth M. Baldwin --
Early development of gravity-sensing organs in microgravity / Michael L. Wiederhold [and others]. The development of an insect gravity sensory system in space CRISP (crickets in space) / Eberhard R. Horn, Günter Kämper, Jürgen Neubert --
Development of the vestibular system in microgravity / Jacqueline Raymond [and others] --
Development of the aortic baroreflex in microgravity / Tsuyoshi Shimizu [and others] --
Neural development under conditions of spaceflight / Meredith D. Temple [and others] --
The effect of weightlessness on the developing nervous system / Richard S. Nowakowski --
Blood pressure control --
Neural control of the cardiovascular system in space / Benjamin D. Levine [and others] --
Influence of microgravity on arterial baroreflex responses triggered by Valsalva's maneuver / James F. Cox [and others] --
The human sympathetic nervous system response to spaceflight / Andrew C. Ertl [and others] --
Blood pooling and plasma filtration in the thigh in microgravity / Friedhelm J. Baisch. Circadian rhythms, sleep, and respiration --
Sleep Circadian rhythms, and performance during Space Shuttle missions / Derk-Jan Dijk [and others] --
Sleep and respiration in microgravity / G. Kim Prisk [and others] --
The effects of spaceflight on the rat Circadian timing system / Charles A. Fuller [and others] --
Technical reports --
Measurement of place cell firing in the hippocampus in space / James J. Knierim [and others] --
Portable sleep monitoring system / Derk-Jan Dijk [and others] --
Neurolab virtual environment generator / Charles M. Oman --
Inflight central nervous system tissue fixation for ultrastructural studies / Gay R. Holstein, Giorgio P. Martinelli --
Biotelemetry for studying Circadian rhythms / Jay C. Buckey, Jr., Charles A. Fuller --
Microneurography system for spaceflight use / Andrew C. Ertl [and others]. Chronic recording of regenerating VIIIth nerve axons with a sieve electrode / Stephen M. Highstein [and others] --
Surgery and recovery in space / Jay C. Buckey, Jr., Dafydd R. Williams, Danny A. Riley --
Adaptation to linear acceleration in space (atlas) experiments: equipment and procedures / Bernard Cohen [and others] --
Visual-motor coordination facility (VCF) / Otmar Bock [and others] --
Perspectives from Neurolab --
Crew perspectives from Neurolab --
Animal care on Neurolab / Jay C. Buckey, Jr., Richard Linnehan, Alexander W. Dunlap.
Series Title: NASA SP (Series), no. 535.
Responsibility: edited by Jay C. Buckey Jr., Jerry L. Homick.

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The aim of this book is to provide a general overview of the 1998 Neurolab space shuttle mission, to enable both generalists and experts to understand the mission and receive the information they need. The book is divided into three sections. The first contains scientific reports from the individual investigator teams, in which experiments and results are presented. The reports are divided into five major research areas: the balance system; sensory integration and navigation; nervous system development in weightlessness; blood pressure control; and circadian rhythms, sleep, and respiration. The second section provides technical reports of descriptions of procedures or hardware developed specifically for the flight. The last section offers crewmember perspectives on the mission, including discussion of problems that arose during flight and how they may be corrected in the future.

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