Biochemical Status of Humans in Long Duration Space Flight (Biotest) - 01.09.14

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Experiment Details

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Principal Investigator(s)

  • V B. Noskov, Institute for Biomedical Problems, Moscow, Russia
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    Developer(s)
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    Sponsoring Space Agency
    Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)

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    Research Benefits
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    ISS Expedition Duration:
    August 2001 - April 2005

    Expeditions Assigned
    3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

    Previous ISS Missions
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    Experiment Description

    Research Overview
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    Description
    Systematic and integrated biochemical examination of the human organism state in zero-gravity conditions to study metabolism adaptation to long-duration space flight conditions.

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    Applications

    Space Applications
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    Operations

    Operational Requirements
    KV-03 container, Set of Plasma-03 consumables, Reflotron-4 pouch, Reflotron-4 set of accessories, Plasma-03 centrifuge, Plasma-03 set of accessories, Minicentrifuge M1100.

    Operational Protocols
    Taking blood samples for a study of biochemical regulation of body homeostasis during adaptation to weightless environment; a study of the role of hormonal mechanisms in the variations in the water-salt, lipid, and protein exchange; and for the selection of informative biochemical indicators to evaluate cosmonaut's health.

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    Results/More Information
    The received information on the metabolism state makes possible assessment of the cosmonauts' physical state throughout long-duration space flights and will be used as the basis for development and improvement of diagnostic and prophylaxis tools.

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    Imagery

    image Reflectron 4. Image courtesy of FSA.
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    image Plasma 03 centrifuge. Image courtesy of FSA.
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