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Stainforth R, Vuong N, Adam N, Kuo B, Wilkins R C, Yauk C, Beheshti B, et al, (2022). Benchmark dose modeling of transcriptional data: a systematic approach to identify best practices for study designs used in radiation research, International Journal of Radiation Biology.
Locatelli L, Castiglioni S, Maier J A M, (2022). From Cultured Vascular Cells to Vessels: The Cellular and Molecular Basis of Vascular Dysfunction in Space, Front Bioeng Biotechnol. doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2022.862059
Cao X, Weil M M, Wu J C, (2022). Clinical trial in a dish for space radiation countermeasure discovery, Life Sci Space Res.
Cope H, Willis C R G, MacKay M J, Rutter L A, Toh L S, Williams P M, Herranz R, et al, (2022). Routine omics collection is a golden opportunity for European human research in space and analog environments, Patterns.
Castano P, (2022). Data Processing as Sharing Practice: Making Space Plant Biology at NASA GeneLab, The 9th biennial conference of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice, pg 64-65.
DiCarlo A L, Carnell L S, Rios C I, Prasanna P G, (2022). Inter-agency perspective: Translating advances in biomarker discovery and medical countermeasures development between terrestrial and space radiation environments, Life Sciences in Space Research.
Henrich M, Ha P, Wang Y, Ting K, Stodieck L, Soo C, Adams J S, et al (2022). Alternative splicing diversifies the skeletal muscle transcriptome during prolonged spaceflight, Skeletal Muscle.

Henrich M, Ha P, Wang Y, Ting K, Stodieck L, Soo C, AdamsJ S, et al, (2022). Alternative splicing diversifes the skeletal muscle transcriptome during prolonged spacefight, Skeletal Muscle.


Brittena R A, Sanford L D, Guo M L, Krishnan B, Emmett M R, Laiakis E C, (2022). A Sankofian appraisal on how to maximize translatability of rodent space radiation/CNS  studies to astronauts,” The Health Risks of Extraterrestrial Environments (THREE).

Mapstone L J, Leite M N, Purton S, Crawford I A, Dartnell L, (2021). Cyanobacteria and microalgae in supporting human habitation on Mars, Biotechnology Advances.

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